Article ID: 2688, created on Oct 29, 2007, last review on Apr 17, 2012

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Knowledge ID 1917
Product : EnsimPro on Linux(Fedora)
Version : 4.0.1
Topic : Hot Fixes

Hot Fix : For PHP Security Vulnerability

Fix for PHP Security Vulnerability



Product: Ensim Pro and Basic for Linux.

Version: 4.0.1

Operating System: Fedora Core 1 only.

Date: 30 December 2004.

Hot Fix Description: Fixes PHP Security Vulnerability.

Please Note: This hot fix is to be applied only after setting Apache 2.0 as Production Server.

Download :


php-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 144fa21bd5eb1de533f780b8b1122aa1)

php-devel-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 0ebf49a04d8945d8e377289af819c04f)

php-domxml-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 249a2fe30d1366f3c9dfec9947ac6ac4)

php-gd-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 3519dd4fe10f3cbd790873634b3b8dab)

php-imap-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 78acf10ec5e111a59e0ce043cf53cca4)

php-ldap-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 0b4452caa93e048b8432c4a7336210dc)

php-mbstring-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 11284cca4f3defd820f4a83fa8c05b4a)

php-mysql-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: cb2e0dd911efe20d301371b323ecbd5d)

php-ncurses-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 750b5dc1327a3eb7cc83655bf4966294)

php-odbc-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 4149ffeb164319d574a8aff89c07eaad)

php-pear-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 984e0dcc2fe1029a940941291d696584)

php-pgsql-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: 783c1305471325e5d3d104eaddb587f5)

php-snmp-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: d81f31306e05338ea5364da319ca5e7f)

php-xmlrpc-4.3.10-0.os.1.fc1.1.i386.rpm (MD5: ad1ffc21032d78911fe343a94203c3a9)

      virtualhosting-fst-apache-4.0.1-2000.i386.rpm (MD5: b20ac7843fbae53000848fce511988b2)


Installation Instructions:

1. Download all the above RPMs into a temporary directory.

2. Change the path to that temporary directory and run command "rpm –Uvh *.rpm".

3. Download the additional file for the installed version of LWP as pointed above.

4. Upgrade to this downloaded newer "virtualhosting-fst-apache" rpm with the command "rpm –Uvh <version specific rpm>"

5. Run the following set of commands:

   1. set_pre_maintenance

   2. set_maintenance

   3. set_post_maintenance

   4. service webppliance restart


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