Being popular isn’t always great. PHP is often the target of many security breaches especially since almost 80% of the web runs on it.
Here’s a quick way to check if your Laravel includes have known security issues:
wget https://get.symfony.com/cli/installer -O - | bash
sudo mv /home/aryeh/.symfony/bin/symfony /usr/local/bin/symfony
symfony security:check --dir=/path/to/composer.lock
The path should just be the folder path (don’t include composer.lock in the path). You should see something like this:
Then, just edit your composer.json to the latest version for that package and do:
Usually this makes the issue go away.
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