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PHP 7.1.12 and 7.0.26 Released

The PHP development team have announced the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.12 and 7.0.26, two bugfix releases that all respective users encouraged to upgrade, including this official repository where all images has several critical vulnerabilities. The 7.2 official release should be available in the next days (November 30th), after the latest release...

Infection PHP 0.6.2 Released

Infection PHP is an AST based (Abstract Syntax Tree) PHP Mutation Testing Framework. From the documentation “Mutation Testing is a fault-based testing technique which provides a testing criterion called the Mutation Score Indicator (MSI). The MSI can be used to measure the effectiveness of a test set in terms of its ability to detect faults.” The framework...

Latest Release Candidate of PHP 7.2.0 Released

PHP.net team announced the availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC6 and the FINAL release candidate in this branch. GA should be available by 30 November 2017. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. This release will be marked by some new features and improvements...

Snuffleupagus, Experimental Security module for php7

Snuffleupagus is a PHP7 module designed to drastically raise the cost of attacks against websites. This is achieved by killing entire bug classes and providing a powerful virtual-patching system, allowing the administrator to fix specific vulnerabilities without having to touch the PHP code. The library is still in its alpha stages, however it’s getting...

Happy Birthday PHPMagazine.net

I am thrilled to announce that PHPMagazine.net is turning 12 years old today! I would like to thank everyone who sent us messages yesterday. Thanks to all our readers and followers. Thanks to all our partners, sponsors, and friends who helped maintain this service alive during all these years. Thank you so much ! All the best, — Hatem Editor,...

PHP for IoT and Embedded Systems

HHVM is now fully-functional on ARM hardware! Announced Max Wang in a blog post.The blog post which is deeply technical, explains in detail how HHVM ARM port have been implemented. You should guess that it’s not only about PHP for embedded systems, as PHP build for arm already exists for many years, however HHVM the HipHop Virtual Machine, just support...

Flickr Introduces Similarity Search: A Brand New Way to Search and Discover Photos

March 08, 2017 – Yahoo today announced a new feature on Flickr – ‘Similarity Search’ to make finding photos easier. With billions of photos on Flickr, finding the ones users want by searching based on tags and descriptions only gets them so far. The new search uses advanced technology to allow users to discover visually similar photos without much work...

Webinar : Protecting Web Apps with Secure Components

GlobalPlatform is hosting a free webinar to outline the privacy and security benefits that secure elements bring for the protection of web apps. This webinar will offer insight into its new Web API to access Secure Elements. Simplicity, convenience, security and privacy are key considerations for users of digital services. Service providers and device...

PHP ZipArchive Extension now Support Encryption

In a recent blog post, Remi Collet pointed to the latest development of the ZipArchive PHP extension which now support encryption. New features are still experimental and might change, so it’s not yet ready for production. The new feature implementation is based on libzip library new version 1.2.0, and will be shipped with Zip extension version 1.14.0...

PHP’s long standing security issue with OPCache leaking sensitive data Fixed

A very serious security issue that has been long standing with PHP have been quietly fixed without being noticed until it was submitted to the OSS security mailing list. The vulnerability is related to PHP with Zend OPCache code permission/sensitive data protection : To briefly summarize, in PHP SAPI’s where PHP interpreters share a common parent...

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