The phpMyAdmin team announces the release of both phpMyAdmin versions 4.9.6 and 5.0.3.
Both versions contain several important security fixes:
In addition, 5.0.3 contains many bugfixes. Some of the highlights include:
There are many other bugs fixes, please see the ChangeLog file included with this release for full details.
Due to changes in the MySQL authentication method, PHP versions prior to 7.4 are unable to authenticate to a MySQL 8.0 or newer server (our tests show the problem actually began with MySQL 8.0.11). This relates to a PHP bug https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=76243. There is a workaround, that is to set your user account to use the current-style password hash method,
mysql_native_password. This unfortunate lack of coordination has caused the incompatibility to affect all PHP applications, not just phpMyAdmin. For more details, you can see our bug tracker item at https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/14220. We suggest upgrading your PHP installation to take advantage of the upgraded authentication methods.
Downloads are available now at https://phpmyadmin.net/downloads/