The phpMyAdmin project is pleased to announce the release of phpMyAdmin versions 4.6.5 (including bug and security fixes), 188.8.131.52 (security fixes), and 184.108.40.206 (security fixes). We recommend all users update their phpMyAdmin installations.
Aside from the security improvements, many bugs have been fixed in version 4.6.5 including:
- Fix for expanding in navigation pane
- Reintroduced a simplified version of PmaAbsoluteUri directive (needed with
- Fix editing of ENUM/SET/DECIMAL field structures
- Improvements to the parser
Please note that this is expected to be the final release of the 4.4 branch, which ended security support on October 1, 2016.
@maintainer(s): after the bump, in case we need to stabilize the package, please let us know if it is ready for the stabilization or not.
PMASA-2016-57 aka CVE-2016-4412
A vulnerability was discovered where a user can be tricked in to following a link leading to phpMyAdmin, which after authentication redirects to another malicious site.
The attacker must sniff the user's valid phpMyAdmin token.
PMASA-2016-58 aka ???
When the user does not specify a blowfish_secret key for encrypting cookies, phpMyAdmin generates one at runtime. A vulnerability was reported where the way this value is created using a weak algorithm.
This could allow an attacker to determine the user's blowfish_secret and potentially decrypt their cookies.
PMASA-2016-59 aka ???
phpinfo (phpinfo.php) shows PHP information including values of HttpOnly cookies.
PMASA-2016-60 aka ???
It is possible to bypass AllowRoot restriction ($cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowRoot']) and deny rules for username by using Null Byte in the username.
PMASA-2016-61 aka ???
A vulnerability in username matching for the allow/deny rules may result in wrong matches and detection of the username in the rule due to non-constant execution time.
PMASA-2016-62 aka ???
With a crafted request parameter value it is possible to bypass the logout timeout.
PMASA-2016-63 aka ???
By calling some scripts that are part of phpMyAdmin in an unexpected way, it is possible to trigger phpMyAdmin to display a PHP error message which contains the full path of the directory where phpMyAdmin is installed. During an execution timeout in the export functionality, the errors containing the full path of the directory of phpMyAdmin is written to the export file.
PMASA-2016-64 aka ???
PMASA-2016-65 aka ???
With a crafted request parameter value it is possible to initiate a denial of service attack in saved searches feature.
With a crafted request parameter value it is possible to initiate a denial of service attack in import feature.
An unauthenticated user can execute a denial of service attack when phpMyAdmin is running with $cfg['AllowArbitraryServer']=true;.
PMASA-2016-66 aka ???
Due to the limitation in URL matching, it was possible to bypass the URL white-list protection.
PMASA-2016-67 aka ???
With a crafted login request it is possible to inject BBCode in the login page.
PMASA-2016-68 aka ???
With a very large request to table partitioning function, it is possible to invoke a Denial of Service (DOS) attack.
PMASA-2016-69 aka ???
With a crafted username or a table name, it was possible to inject SQL statements in the tracking functionality that would run with the privileges of the control user. This gives read and write access to the tables of the configuration storage database, and if the control user has the necessary privileges, read access to some tables of the mysql database.
PMASA-2016-70 aka ???
Due to a bug in serialized string parsing, it was possible to bypass the protection offered by PMA_safeUnserialize() function.
PMASA-2016-71 aka ???
When the arg_separator is different from its default value of &, the token was not properly stripped from the return URL of the preference import action.
Highest rated vulnerability is PMASA-2016-69.
13:15 < gentoovcs> jmbsvicetto → repo/gentoo (dev-db/phpmyadmin/) dev-db/phpmyadmin: dev-db/phpmyadmin: Security bump - bug 600814
13:15 < gentoovcs> jmbsvicetto → repo/gentoo (dev-db/phpmyadmin/) dev-db/phpmyadmin: Drop vulnerable versions, but keep the last stable versions.
13:15 < willikins> gentoovcs: https://bugs.gentoo.org/600814 "dev-db/phpmyadmin: multiple vulnerabilities"; Gentoo Security, Vulnerabilities; IN_P; whissi:security
please test and mark stable =dev-db/phpmyadmin-220.127.116.11
The 4.4 branch has reached the end of its security supported life and so we should move to the 4.6 branch.
Stable targets: "alpha amd64 hppa ppc ppc64 sparc x86"
Stable on alpha.
Stable for HPPA.
New GLSA request filed.
@ Maintainer(s): Please cleanup and drop <dev-db/phpmyadmin-18.104.22.168!
This issue was resolved and addressed in
GLSA 201701-32 at https://security.gentoo.org/glsa/201701-32
by GLSA coordinator Aaron Bauman (b-man).
reopened for cleanup.
(In reply to Aaron Bauman from comment #12)
> reopened for cleanup.
I've removed the affected versions and the complete 4.4 series since it's no longer supported and was removed from upstream's download page.
 - https://www.phpmyadmin.net/downloads/
The export functionality is commpletely broken in 22.214.171.124, it is fixed in 126.96.36.199
Because the stable is 188.8.131.52 in Gentoo, this causes headache to many users.
(In reply to László Szalma from comment #14)
> The export functionality is commpletely broken in 184.108.40.206, it is fixed in
> Because the stable is 220.127.116.11 in Gentoo, this causes headache to many users.
This is a regression that can be handled on its own bug.
Also, 18.104.22.168 has been in the tree since December 7th.