PHP is one of the most common scripting languages, but versions 5.6 and 7.0 have begun to reach end-of-life and will no longer be supported. That means websites using these versions will be left extremely vulnerable to cyberattacks and data exposure from hackers.
Is PHP a significant flaw in your attack surface?
Avoid becoming the next victim. Download RiskIQ’s latest infographic to find out just how prevalent PHP 5 is based on data collected over the past year of crawling the web, as well as how many sites may not be vulnerable.