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ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#141 - 28. Aug 2014 08:08
Minor:

The return link after the contribution is submitted is pointing to id 63 instead of id 13 :D

Doesn't need to be fixed atm though.

Edit:
Other people please don't try it out, cuz you can submit 1 entry only :-D

Last changed: 28. August 2014 08:09
cZF
Style-Productions

, Germany
Joined: 14. Jul 2006
Posts: 699
#142 - 28. Aug 2014 08:28
Should be fixed now. Thanks!
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#143 - 11. Sep 2014 17:20
Only coders / admins will understand this maybe:

Referers containing b51<some-letter> or sex<some-letter> (case insensitive) are "evil", these will lead to 403 forbidden:


Example request:
GET / HTTP/1.0
Host:style-productions.net
Referer:http://somedomain.com/b51a



Example request:
GET / HTTP/1.0
Host:style-productions.net
Referer:http://somedomain.com/sexa


Real-life example referer containing SEx:
http://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDkQFjAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fstyle-productions.net%2Findex.php%3Fpage%3Dproject_info%26id%3D37&ei=VbERVKSqCYX4yQPz-YEw&usg=AFQjCNHKRSExaBifWpbpVAJ3OhPVqW2jpg&sig2=wGvim6pg4CJ3HvCdKW5WDg


You might want to check your .htaccess file(s), I hope it's just some REGEX gone wrong there and not some secret command and control interface to your Apache server :-D

Last changed: 11. September 2014 17:50
cristal
iceCake

Sundsvall, Japan
Joined: 19. Jul 2006
Posts: 398
#144 - 16. Sep 2014 20:33
eDITFST wrote:
Should be fixed now. Thanks!


I should've bought you flowers.
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#145 - 19. Sep 2014 14:45
Another example request:
GET / HTTP/1.0
Host:style-productions.net
Referer:http://somedomain.com/4ua


This should be really fixed, because it's the 3rd time I get 403 Forbidden when clicking a random link to style-productions.net on your Facebook page.

To sum it up so far:
Referers containing b51<some-letter> or sex<some-letter> or 4u<some-letter> (case insensitive) will lead to 403 forbidden.

Places to look for:
.htaccess file in your root folder
Your PHP code parsing any referers.

If you don't believe me I can put simple HTML files on my homepage that when clicking a link to style-proudctions.net lead to 403, just by naming them like the forbidden words!
(Let me know in case you need them).
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#146 - 19. Sep 2014 15:19
To make it easier for those that are too lazy to use netcat / telnet:
http://dominik.matrixstorm.com/s-p-403-examples/4u-.html
http://dominik.matrixstorm.com/s-p-403-examples/b51-.html
http://dominik.matrixstorm.com/s-p-403-examples/sex-.html

The problem is that referers on Google.com and Facebook.com tend to get long and thus it is statistically likely that one of the forbidden two or three letter words (plus any additional character that will do) is contained.

This month I had the problem 2-3 times from Facebook and 1-2 times from Google.

Last changed: 19. September 2014 15:19
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#147 - 19. Sep 2014 15:30
I think the problem lies in some .htacess file and not some .php file, because the files requested can be arbitrary and will lead to 403 under the conditions mentioned above.

Edit: Also your database is full:
database wrote:
Message: An exception occoured while trying to perform an SQL query.
Database Report: 1142: INSERT command denied to user 'sp_web'@'web2.ph.itpays.net' for table 'sp_forum_posts'

I already deleted hundreds of PMs from my Inbox, but that didn't help D:


Last changed: 20. September 2014 20:59
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#148 - 22. Sep 2014 17:59
test

Edit: Okay, the not being able to post anything bug seems to be fixed, thanks :-)

Last changed: 22. September 2014 17:59
r
Style-Productions

, Afghanistan
Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3365
#149 - 22. Sep 2014 18:17
Thanks RIPieces. Well look into this
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#150 - 22. Sep 2014 20:07
It has been fixed \o/
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#151 - 3. Oct 2014 15:46
As reported here.

The 2D Programs and 3D Programs sub-forums won't work currently.
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#152 - 3. Oct 2014 16:50
Fixed.
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#153 - 3. Oct 2014 17:31
Thank you very much.
-PANIq
Authentic-Pictures

Belchatow, Poland
Joined: 5. May 2010
Posts: 487
#154 - 11. Oct 2014 15:36
well, dunno if it's just me but I can't change the forum avatar image :D

edit: nevermind, seems like it just needed some time to get the changes to show

Last changed: 11. October 2014 16:45
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#155 - 17. Oct 2014 23:41
psh wrote:
This isn't a bug I guess but it's always been rather annoying that whenever there's a link in style it opens in the same window and not in a new window. Probably you have heard this before just wanted to put it out.

Will check if I can do something about it.
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#156 - 17. Oct 2014 23:44
Did annyone notice a performance boost in the forum? And are you able to use the Menu button for Forum without getting the Internal Server Error?
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#157 - 18. Oct 2014 07:51
Christian wrote:
psh wrote:
This isn't a bug I guess but it's always been rather annoying that whenever there's a link in style it opens in the same window and not in a new window. Probably you have heard this before just wanted to put it out.

Will check if I can do something about it.


I like it that way, I don't want it to open in a new window/tab.
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#158 - 18. Oct 2014 07:58
Christian wrote:
Did annyone notice a performance boost in the forum? And are you able to use the Menu button for Forum without getting the Internal Server Error?


I could click that button earlier without getting error 500. However when I clicked it 3 minutes ago the whole page (opening style-productions.net with other browser tabs) got unresponsive for me for about 3 minutes.
After that I could click it several times without it getting unresponsive.

Edit: After I posted the same thing happened again. Also some connections seem to be blocked until the connection that caused the block is terminated.

Edit: After editing the post it happened again, so every forum update will trigger that problem I guess. I never waited for the connection to time out or get a 500 error, because it took longer than 3 minutes and the other tabs started working again after 3 minutes.

Edit: I hate to say it, but it feels even worse than it used to be before you said you changed it. I am not sure what the reason is, since I don't know your code. But maybe you are running a database query that sorts every single post in the database by an non-indexed search key? Maybe the problem is somewhere else though.



Last changed: 18. October 2014 08:15
cZF
Style-Productions

, Germany
Joined: 14. Jul 2006
Posts: 699
#159 - 18. Oct 2014 08:31
Christian wrote:
psh wrote:
This isn't a bug I guess but it's always been rather annoying that whenever there's a link in style it opens in the same window and not in a new window. Probably you have heard this before just wanted to put it out.

Will check if I can do something about it.


Don't. That's what middle click is for.
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#160 - 18. Oct 2014 08:47
What #161 said

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