Alows you to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web

phpMyAdmin for Mac

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Download phpMyAdmin 4.5.4

  -  10.01 MB  -  Freeware

What's new in this version:

- live data edit of big sets is not working
- Table list not saved in db QBE bookmarked search
- While 'changing a column', query fails with a syntax error after the 'CHARSET=' keyword
- Avoid syntax error in javascript messages on invalid PHP setting for max_input_vars
- Properly handle errors in upacking zip archive
- Set PHP's internal encoding to UTF-8
- Fixed Kanji encoding in some specific cases
- Check whether iconv works before using it
- Avoid conversion of MySQL error messages
- Undefined index: parameters
- Undefined index: field_name_orig
- Undefined index: host
- 'Add to central columns' (per column button) does nothing
- SQL duplicate entry error trying to INSERT in designer_settings table
- Fix handling of databases with dot in a name
- Fix hiding of page content behind menu
- FROM clause not generated after loading search bookmark
- Fix creating/editing VIEW with DEFINER containing special chars
- Do not invoke FLUSH PRIVILEGES when server in --skip-grant-tables
- Misleading message for configuration storage
- Table pagination does nothing when session expired
- Index comments not working properly
- Better handle local storage errors
- Improve detection of privileges for privilege adjusting
- Undefined property: stdClass::$releases at version check when disabled in config
- SQL comment and variable stripped from bookmark on save
- Gracefully handle errors in regex based javascript search
- [Security] Multiple full path disclosure vulnerabilities, see PMASA-2016-1
- [Security] Unsafe generation of CSRF token, see PMASA-2016-2
- [Security] Multiple XSS vulnerabilities, see PMASA-2016-3
- [Security] Insecure password generation in JavaScript, see PMASA-2016-4
- [Security] Unsafe comparison of CSRF token, see PMASA-2016-5
- [Security] Multiple full path disclosure vulnerabilities, see PMASA-2016-6
- [Security] XSS vulnerability in normalization page, see PMASA-2016-7
- [Security] Full path disclosure vulnerability in SQL parser, see PMASA-2016-8
- [Security] XSS vulnerability in SQL editor, see PMASA-2016-9

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