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Fedora Core 3 Update: php-4.3.11-2.4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update includes the latest stable release of PHP 4.3, including a number of security fixes to the exif extension (CVE CAN-2005-1042 and CAN-2005-1043) and the getimagesize() function (CVE CAN-2005-0524), along with many bug fixes.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-315
2005-04-15
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Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : php
Version     : 4.3.11                      
Release     : 2.4                  
Summary     : The PHP HTML-embedded scripting language. (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor)
Description :
PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. PHP attempts to make it
easy for developers to write dynamically generated webpages. PHP also
offers built-in database integration for several commercial and
non-commercial database management systems, so writing a
database-enabled webpage with PHP is fairly simple. The most common
use of PHP coding is probably as a replacement for CGI scripts. The
mod_php module enables the Apache Web server to understand and process
the embedded PHP language in Web pages.

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Update Information:

This update includes the latest stable release of PHP 4.3, including a
number of security fixes to the exif extension (CVE CAN-2005-1042 and
CAN-2005-1043) and the getimagesize() function (CVE CAN-2005-0524),
along with many bug fixes.

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* Wed Apr  6 2005 Joe Orton  4.3.11-2.4

- snmp: disable MSHUTDOWN function to prevent error_log noise

* Wed Apr  6 2005 Joe Orton  4.3.11-2.3

- really restore Net_SMTP from PEAR

* Wed Apr  6 2005 Joe Orton  4.3.11-2.2

- revert default php.ini changes since 4.3.10
- restore from PEAR: HTTP, Mail, XML_Parser, Net_Socket, Net_SMTP
- remove bundled PEAR packages HTML_Template_IT, Net_UserAgent_Detect

* Wed Apr  6 2005 Joe Orton  4.3.11-2.1

- update to 4.3.11 (CAN-2005-0524, #153141)
- revert Zend double->long conversion change (#143514)
- don't configure with --enable-safe-mode (#148969)
- install gd headers (#145891)
- bundle PEAR DB-1.7.5 (omitted from 4.3.11 tarball)


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/

37ba9891122583c69a5086c9d2fd2102  SRPMS/php-4.3.11-2.4.src.rpm
5f55d6dba7e02348783348b6759242f9  x86_64/php-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
6a78adae0f8f9bba54387847b100fd96  x86_64/php-devel-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
c078f4c78928558bac77a8b182cbabb2  x86_64/php-pear-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
e437dcd4b70e0df01febae880a5bc70f  x86_64/php-imap-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
1dbef89de378f779061e49e8cb2d0e94  x86_64/php-ldap-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
d5ae259075870e63d316229604957da8  x86_64/php-mysql-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
a451afd4a2349c35c423db1905a768c9  x86_64/php-pgsql-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
2e66b7cf8d2e933a069cec155c183f31  x86_64/php-odbc-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
cfe08c4c4f8d43a7818aa8b48325ecd1  x86_64/php-snmp-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
a51bfe897fae0a405ed2b6903cddcd50  x86_64/php-domxml-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
0716c2c04d3bba58731b32d3d65e6770  x86_64/php-xmlrpc-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
0eedc210d61bb40387b14061ead7d417  x86_64/php-mbstring-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
ef1b4ca7890d51e8d75a890b4fd7fe60  x86_64/php-ncurses-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
4dc74e7d7fd46e2ec241c12d25451c21  x86_64/php-gd-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
b5156d2cadc5fcd4bee9a86e7610b211  x86_64/debug/php-debuginfo-4.3.11-2.4.x86_64.rpm
bd225ddda74ef2431da1ee38eb85871b  i386/php-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
40a45386cd76b9386efd22e09be8467a  i386/php-devel-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
421d85b05c9aab1d1eba602f39f50c6a  i386/php-pear-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
3553b774daa0a991be9eaae9815c0ddb  i386/php-imap-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
d102699b4264c735af2cfa0a305c9cca  i386/php-ldap-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
326bb7af88a83aeff7937601fbe35835  i386/php-mysql-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
d917f68f2c53192eec915854c11432b8  i386/php-pgsql-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
9721e9f984e8e56cdad453f5ab03182e  i386/php-odbc-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
8853467943485b20226e82cffb1dd321  i386/php-snmp-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
c414f1735ae0fa589f20db0a8dfa88e0  i386/php-domxml-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
ecfbcbb670aa6e764bd3d4c4d1a51a3c  i386/php-xmlrpc-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
a5d78f1be3481e3f08e634bee8141f0f  i386/php-mbstring-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
8a89a49c4e7e9b94067885eaa0953bb8  i386/php-ncurses-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
ce51c0cda3d383b2feb27082fbfe06be  i386/php-gd-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm
54b1730c9ce4b17df7a8f3531f27cc83  i386/debug/php-debuginfo-4.3.11-2.4.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  
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