The phpMyAdmin project announces the release of phpMyAdmin versions
18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, and 4.6.3. All versions feature many security fixes
that are announced as PMASA-2016-17 through PMASA-2016-28 which are
posted at https://www.phpmyadmin.net/security/
Furthermore, version 4.6.3 includes the regularly scheduled maintenance
improvements and bug fixes. In addition to bugs affecting particular
version combinations, some of the other bugs fixed include:
* Fixing cookie path on Windows
* Fix MySQL SSL connections with some PHP versions
* Fix listing of routines for non-privileged user
As well as several more. Complete details are available in the ChangeLog.
We highly recommend updating all affected versions immediately.
Downloads are available at https://www.phpmyadmin.net/downloads
We thank the security researchers who found and reported these flaws.
The phpMyAdmin team
The phpMyAdmin Project is looking for a full-time or part-time developer
to assist in development, including bug fixing and refactoring.
The ideal candidate will dynamically balance their workload based on
outstanding issues and priority, but is anticipated to break down to
these percentages (in priority order of what's most important to least
Security maintenance (5%)
Bug fixing and issue assessment (45%)
Code base improvement like refactoring and writing unit tests (45%)
Implementation of new features (5%)
The Developer shall publish a weekly blog post about his/her work to
the phpMyAdmin community.
The Developer shall send a monthly invoice to the Software Freedom
Conservancy for the work done during that month.
All work produced by the Developer is to be licensed under "GPLv2 or
This is an independent contractor position: the Developer will be
responsible for his/her own equipment and expenses.
The candidate will be able to demonstrate a very good knowledge of
phpMyAdmin's code base. In addition, we expect excellent skills in all
CSS, MySQL) and excellent communication skills.
Candidates should submit their proposal (including their CV,
availability, and financial terms) to: pmadeveloper(a)sfconservancy.org.
The deadline for this initial round of proposals is 2016-06-30.