policy.xml and Apache/mod_php

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policy.xml and Apache/mod_php

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I've seen that the suggested workaround for the recent holes in ImageMagick is to set up a policy.xml as described in the announcement. To verify, users are instructed to use convert(1) on the CLI.

Does this policy configuration apply to php5-imagick (PHP ImageMagick extension) as well?

My specific setup is Apache + mod_php + php5-imagick. I've tried looking in phpinfo() output but there's nothing useful -- policies aren't listed.

Thanks for the help.
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