A critical remote code execution vulnerability in PHPMailer, one of the most widely used PHP email sending libraries, could put millions of websites at risk of hacking.
The flaw was found by a security researcher named Dawid Golunski and an initial fix was included in PHPMailer 5.2.18, which was released Saturday. However, it turns out that the patch was incomplete and can be bypassed.
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This open source self-check is a GNU licensed web application written in PHP. It uses John Wohler’s SIP2 php class to communicate with a library’s integrated library system (ILS). I have customized this for several libraries in IL and WI. It is a great starter for libraries looking to deploy open source self check.
This PHP class provides a method of communicating with an Integrated Library System using 3M’s SIP2 standard. Since the google code is coming offline soon I have decided to shadow copy the source.