PHPSecInfo v0.2 now available

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The newest version of PHPSecInfo, version 0.2, is now available. Here are the major changes:

  • Added link to “more info” in output. These lead to pages on the site giving more details on the test and what to do if you have a problem
  • Modified CSS to improve readability and avoid license issue with PHP (the old CSS was derived from the output of phpinfo())
  • New test: PhpSecInfo_Test_Session_Save_Path
  • Added display of “current” and “recommended” settings in test result output
  • Various minor changes and bug fixes; see the CHANGELOG for details

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[tags]php, phpsecinfo, infosec, audit, tool, security[/tags]

  • AB
    03/01/2007 08:09:58 PM

    Just a notice your suite does not work out of the box on my build. I get require_once() errors which means the relative paths are wrong.

    PHP 5.2.1, Lighttpd 1.4.13. I figure these should not make a difference so the soltuion might be to sniff the real path and use that in the requires.

  • Ed
    03/01/2007 08:40:56 PM

    That’s the first time I’ve heard of such a problem. I’d have to investigate further… but I’d bet that something is goofy with your include path — maybe it’s missing “./”