We just released new versions of XAMPP for all platforms with latest PHP versions: 5.5.19 and 5.6.3. We simplified the versioning for XAMPP releases and we now base the version number on the bundled PHP version, so you can more easily tell what is in the stack."
Motivated wrote:I went here:
And I saw this error message:
"You are connected as 'root' with no password, which corresponds to the default MySQL privileged account. Your MySQL server is running with this default, is open to intrusion, and you really should fix this security hole by setting a password for user 'root'."
Motivated wrote:The FAQ says "The easiest way is to use the security console, which you can access at http://localhost/security/ This console creates a password for the MySQL user root and adjusts the phpMyAdmin configuration."
But that URL returns "Object not found".
Motivated wrote:The FAQ alternatively advises running the following in cmd, which I did in Xampp/Mysql/bin:Motivated wrote:mysqladmin.exe -u root password secret
On my test environment, this is working. But as already set there is no need to set a password for user root.Motivated wrote:But when I return to phpmyadmin, I still see the same error message, indicating that my MySQL server does not have a secure password.
Maybe you need to set the command "flush-priviled" with mysqladmin after that. Restarting MySQL and clearing all browser cookies could also help.Motivated wrote:Can someone please tell me how to set a secure password for my MySQL server in the new version of Xampp?
[FGA] Setting MySQL root passwordMotivated wrote:I really miss the simplicity of the old Xampp security system. Anyway, I got this working for Xampp, I think. ]
RJScout wrote:What exactly is involved to update Xampp from v3.2.1 to the lates versions listed below
RJScout wrote:Sure would appreciate knowing how to execute the update without too much fuss...
RJScout wrote:and is it necessary?
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