phpMyAdmin updates patch critical holes

The phpMyAdmin developers have released versions 3.3.10.2 and 3.4.3.1 of their database administration tool; these are security updates that fix a total of four security holes. Rated as “highly critical” by Secunia, the vulnerabilities include a session manipulation bug in Swekey authentication that could be exploited to overwrite session variables, a possible code injection hole in the setup script and a regular expression quoting problem in Synchronize code.

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