Security update for mod_php4 and mod_php4-core
(Last modified: 14NOV2002)
solutions Security update for mod_php4 and mod_php4-core SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (fb21e984d99afdde9e84b4f09026e674)
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operating in "safe mode" and for wrong handling of control characters
and for CRLF injection bug related to php functions header(), fopen(),
file() and some others. This update also fixes a bug in module mm so
that distinct users can use php (session lock file name now contains
sapi module name and effective user id).
rcapache stop rpm -Fvh mod_php4.rpm mod_php4-core.rpm SuSEconfig rcapache start
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