phpMyAdmin devel team - 10.3 MB ( Freeware)
phpMyAdmin is one of the most known software tools for the MySQL database administration.
phpMyAdmin is an open source database management system for MySql databases. phpMyAdmin has an intuitive and customizable interface that allows to create, copy, and move any database, edit the tables and fields, execute a SQL query, manage keys and privileges or to easily and ergonomically . It is a clear, simple and above all functional interface that allows beginners to manage virtual database (inserts, updates, and any other changes to databases).
phpMyAdmin supports the formulation of queries directly in SQL saving precious time. It also allows the management of MySQL users and privileges and the stored procedures and triggers.Export data to various formats like CSV, SQL, XML, PDF, ISO/IEC 26300 - OpenDocument Text and Spreadsheet, Word, Excel, LATEX and others can be easily made being a very useful feature.
The security fixes involve:
Local file inclusion (https://www.phpmyadmin.net/security/PMASA-2018-6/).
XSRF/CSRF vulnerabilities allowing a specially-crafted URL to perform harmful operations (https://www.phpmyadmin.net/security/PMASA-2018-7/), and an XSS vulnerability in the navigation tree (https://www.phpmyadmin.net/security/PMASA-2018-8/).
In addition to the security fixes, this release also includes these bug fixes and more as part of our regular release cycle:
Issue with changing theme
Ensure that database names with a dot ('.') are handled properly when DisableIS is true.
Fix for message "Error while copying database (pma__column_info)".
Move operation causes "SELECT * FROM `undefined`" error.
When logging with $cfg['AuthLog'] to syslog, successful login messages were not logged when $cfg['AuthLogSuccess'] was true.
Multiple errors and regressions with Designer.
And several more. Complete notes are in the ChangeLog file included with this release.
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