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02/01/2016 12:07:03 AM (6 years ago)
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mattheweppelsheimer
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  • Ticket #21022, comment 72

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    11>  I don't think a user would intentionally switch to another host which runs  PHP 5.2, however someone who maintains WordPress sites might move a site  onto their infrastructure, and run into that problem. I don't see this  being an issue to that segment of users though.
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    3 Agreed, but I just want to point out that "intentionally" is a key word. Over the years we've had a few clients move away from our management to cut costs, then call us in a panic when their cheapskate new host's older PHP version breaks things. Anecdotal but this makes me think it's small sites like these, run by people clueless about PHP versions, who are most likely to git bit.
     3Agreed, but I just want to point out that "intentionally" is a key word. Over the years we've had a few clients move away from our management to cut costs, then call us in a panic when their cheapskate new host's older PHP version breaks things. Anecdotal but this makes me think it's small sites like these, run by people clueless about PHP versions, who are most likely to get bit.
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    55However we implement better hashing, +1 to @dd32's suggestion (or something similar):