PHP 5.4, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, PHP 7.0, and PHP 7.3 reached EOL
Please be notified that, since PHP has released its latest version v8 and many bugs, vulnerabilities & security issues have been fixed in the latest release,
• We strongly recommend that you use a version that is still supported upstream.
• If you do continue to use it, you will be susceptible to any remaining bugs or security issues.
Currently Supported Versions
|Branch||Initial Release||Active Support Until||Security Support Until|
|7.4||28 Nov2019||2 years, 10 months ago||28 Nov 2021||10 months ago||28 Nov 2022||in 1 month|
|8.0||26 Nov 2020||1 year, 10 months ago||26 Nov 2022||in 1 month||26 Nov 2023||in 1 year, 1 month|
|8.1||25 Nov 2021||10 months ago||25 Nov 2023||in 1 year, 1 month||25 Nov 2024||in 2 years, 1 month|
Each release branch of PHP is fully supported for two years from its initial stable release. During this period, bugs and security issues that have been reported are fixed and are released in regular point releases. if you don't upgrade this accordingly to the latest recommended version of PHP, then the server & your website data will become highly vulnerable.
Due to this, we recommend you kindly upgrade your website code to the latest PHP version because soon we will have to apply updates on the server therefore you are requested to contact your developer or You can also contact our development team at email@example.com to review your code and help you to update your Code/CMS/Plugins.
Note: - please ignore this notification. If you are already using the upgraded PHP version for your website.
Tuesday, October 11, 2022