[San-Diego-pm] PHP gone
Urivan Flores Saaib
urivan at saaib.net
Thu Oct 18 15:54:12 PDT 2018
If you're using PHP for free, you migrate your server to 7.X. If you're
paying support, your distribution will provide updates.
On 10/18/2018 06:06 AM, tim wrote:
> Can anyone tell me if this is important?
> Tim the Doc
>> *From: *"SIIA Software SmartBrief" <siia at smartbrief.com
>> <mailto:siia at smartbrief.com>>
>> *Date: *October 15, 2018 at 10:36:35 AM CDT
>> Report: Majority of sites running PHP won't receive security updates
>> in 2019
>> Nearly 79% of all internet sites still run on PHP, which will no
>> longer receive security support by 2019, according to W3Techs. The
>> study estimates that roughly 62% of sites running outdated PHP will
>> no longer receive updates, which could expose millions of websites to
>> potential security risks.
> According to statistics from W3Techs
> <https://w3techs.com/technologies/details/pl-php/5/all>, roughly 78.9
> percent of all Internet sites today run on PHP. But on December 31,
> 2018, security support for PHP 5.6.x will officially cease, marking
> the end of all support for any version of the ancient PHP 5.x branch.
> . . .
> PHP 7.2 will get a patch from the PHP team, for free, in a timely
> manner; PHP 5.6 will only get one if you're paying for ongoing support
> from your OS vendor.
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