phpBB
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phpBB 2.0.16
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
PHP & MySQL Server
License
Open Source
Release Date
27 June, 2005 (16 years ago )

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phpBB 2.0.16 (659.61 KB)

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System Requirements of phpBB 2.0.16
Additional Requirements
  • A webserver or web hosting account running on any major Operating System
  • A SQL database system, one of:
    • MySQL (3.22 or higher)
    • PostgreSQL 7.0.3 or higher (preferably 7.1.x or 7.2.x)
    • MS SQL Server (7 or 2000) directly or via ODBC
    • MS Access (2000 or XP) via ODBC
  • PHP (3.0.9 and above or preferably a recent 4.x) with support for the database you intend to use above
Program Information of phpBB 2.0.16
Version Name:
phpBB 2.0.16

File Size:
659.61 KB

Released Date:
27 June, 2005 (16 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
2ba5660273882832cce2892927b84be0

SHA1 Checksum:
E977872EEF545C27BFFF279ADBBFF744ADD75DEA

Version History of phpBB 2.0.16
  • Added extra checks to the deletion code in privmsg.php - reported by party_fan
  • Fixed XSS issue in IE using the url BBCode
  • Fixed admin activation so that you must have administrator rights to activate accounts in this mode -…

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About phpBB

phpBB is a high powered, fully scalable, and highly customizable Open Source bulletin board package. phpBB has a user-friendly interface, simple and straightforward administration panel, and helpful FAQ. Based on the powerful PHP server language and your choice of MySQL, MS-SQL, PostgreSQL or Access/ODBC database servers, phpBB is the ideal free community solution for all web sites.

phpBB Features

  • Supports popular database servers
  • Unlimited forums and posts
  • Multiple language interface
  • Private or public forums
  • Powerful search utility
  • Private messaging system
  • Complete customisation with templates

Updates : phpBB Updates

Did You Know?

phpBB was first started by a guy named James Atkinson as a simple UBB-like forum for his own website on June of the year 2000. Nathan Codding and John Abela joined the development team after phpBB's CVS repository was moved to SourceForge.net, and work on 1.0.0 began.