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phpMyAdmin 2.10.3-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.10.3, a bugfix-only version (but containing a major update for the Russian language, a team work from users of

Go PHP 5


"" -- helping speed the transition to PHP 5.2"

The phpMyAdmin project is part of the GoPHP5 initiative and invites PHP projects and web hosts worldwide to join!

Final voting phase for the SourceForge Awards


Thanks to all who have nominated phpMyAdmin in these two categories:
Best Tool or Utility for SysAdmins
Best Tool or Utility for Developers

Now it's time to submit your final votes at

Marc Delisle, for the team

phpMyAdmin 2.10.2 is released


Welcome to phpMyAdmin 2.10.2, a bugfix-only release.

phpMyAdmin 2.10.2-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.10.2, a bugfix-only version.

Nominate phpMyAdmin!


The 2007 Community Choice Awards are now accepting nominations and I invite you to nominate phpMyAdmin in each category you feel our project belongs.

Thanks for you encouragement!
Marc Delisle, for the team.

phpMyAdmin 2.10.1 is released


Welcome to phpMyAdmin 2.10.1, a bugfix-only release. Please note that this version also fixes some security issues. More details will appear on our Security page of

phpMyAdmin 2.10.1-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.10.1, a bugfix-only version. issues


There are issues with the script. If you have a version previous to 2.9.2, it can't be used due to download files naming changes. Also, if you are running 2.9.2 or more recent, you will have to use the --force option because version comparison fails.

phpMyAdmin is released


The "Month Of PHP Bugs" reveals some PHP vulnerabilities. MOPB-02-2007
(PHP Executor Deep Recursion Stack Overflow) uses phpMyAdmin as an example
to show a recursion vulnerability in PHP, for which a workaround is provided
in version
More details will follow on, Security section, PMASA-2007-3.