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Ninjakreborn

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  • Birthday 12/05/1983

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  1. I agree. With proper details a lot of things are possible. Someone would be able to help you get a solution once the big picture is provided. Having a database with the original text and the encrypted almost defeats the purpose of encryption in the first place though. It's not very secure for any purpose.
  2. I have a client who wanted some assistance getitng his feed to get accepted into Itunes. When I first started it was throwing an error message. I spent some time and debugged it. It was because his image wasn't 1400*1400 or bigger. I fixed that and a few other small issues and got the error messages to go away. Now it's throwing a generic error instead. His feed can be found here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/feedburner/WXsXr At first the issue was the image not being the right size (1400*1400). So I fixed that nad now it's just giving me a generic error message. Can’t download episodes from your feed. It's pulling down the feed information, logo and other details and it's trying to load the one episode that's on the feed (which actually as an audio file) but it' snot showing it having any audio. Any advice on what else I need to edit and fix to get this working?
  3. You, my friend, are a saint. I tried that when I first started (reformatted the file). I didn't think about that. Thanks, that worked.
  4. A: Code is as follows: <?php/** * Jetpack Compatibility File * Add theme support for Infinite Scroll. * See: http://jetpack.me/support/infinite-scroll/ */function zerif_jetpack_setup() { add_theme_support( 'infinite-scroll', array( 'container' => 'main', 'footer' => 'page', ) );}add_action( 'after_setup_theme', 'zerif_jetpack_setup' ); ?> I also tried reformatting and redownloading the latest copy of the file. Same issue. B) Yes, that was off PHP Info. At the top: PHP Version 5.4.45 -- Thanks!
  5. A client of mine finished up a new website for himself and needed some assistance taking it live. At first I thought it would be a standard site move. It didn't work out. I moved the files and database over and setup the URL's and everything. Then when I took it live I got the dreaded 500 server error. I spent some time debugging and checked the error log and ran into these errors: [08-May-2017 22:46:21 UTC] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'function' (T_FUNCTION) in /home/###/public_html/wp-content/themes/zerif-lite/inc/jetpack.php on line 1 [08-May-2017 22:46:27 UTC] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'function' (T_FUNCTION) in /home/###/public_html/wp-content/themes/zerif-lite/inc/jetpack.php on line 1 I removed the duplicates. I did a lot of digging regarding this issue and so far everything I've tried came up empty. If anyone has any advice or feedback I'd appreciate it. It's using PHP Version 5.4.45. If you need any further information, let me know.
  6. Fire FTP is my favorite for Binary (dreamweavers ftp doesn't support that), other than that I love Dreamweaver built in FTP support.
  7. The code you gave me is amazing. THis is something I Fought with on another project that took me about 2 weeks and still didn't finish. I was wondering,w hat about this code makes it work for any situation. Can you reput the code (anyone) and comment it as best you can to help me fully understand the code, so I can understand it and study it some? Thanks again for the help.
  8. Hmm, thanks a lot for finding that. I just happened to come back and check this post. I will go ahead and relay the message to him, I am having him call me, I will explain how and why that is an issue. Get him to set some stuff in place to fix it. Thank you for the feedback.
  9. Thank you for the advice. based on all the advice I have recieved here, and thanks to all the inspiriation I was able to create a pretty good list. I am pretty sure this will greatly limit the vunerabilities that exist on the site. If some admin, could be so kind as to just eliminate that url that is listed in this above. I want to remove all entries to the site, I just wanted it up there temporarily to get some help. Again thank you all for the wonderful advice. I think I have enough to get this as secured as I can. SOLVED
  10. So should this be the time when I pick up where I left off with Mcrypt. i was trying to understand the keys awhile back, is this going to be the situation where I need to start using it again. Or is there something lighter I can trust more for a site that is going to have someone tryign there hardest to hack it. He has already gotten pretty drastic with it at this point. I am sure he would do anything to try and get access to anything on the site he wasn't suppose to, so the utmost security has to be set in place. I am preparing a list of things that need to be done and presenting them to the client. This is a list of what I have, from here I am going to expand on the list and present it. Hopefully this will be everything almost.
  11. Yes, they are encrypted through md5 However I did notice when you sign up it sends you an email with the password in plain text, should this be taken out?
  12. Ok, I turned off directory access. I am going to follow all advice on here and heavily work on securing that login. 1. Making accounts validate the email 2. Building login captcha 3. Do the recording/restrictions that were altered here 4. Clean variables (critical areas, it's a huge site) Hopefully once these issues are spoken out, and fixed, this will remove the hacking. He has also mentioned about shutting the site down, so I hope he doesn't have high level access I was not aware of.
  13. Perfect, both of those will be fixed. However there is one thing happened that is causing this. THere is one user that has gotten into the site. One user that got into the site, that caused a problem He has been getting into other people's accounts and transferring money from there account to his. Based on what the admin says he has gotten into a total of 8 accounts so far. He will continue unless I figure out what he is putting in there.
  14. Thanks for the advice. However I have not asked many questions, at most I am limiting it to 2 questions open at any one time. I also have made sure I mark each one, as answered and set them to solved. I have been doing so, based off the advice from other's. thanks for all the advice however, based on teh suggestions I have an idea, thanks. SOLVED
  15. Ok, any more really hard tests would be appreciated. I understand the issue with variables (sitewide) not being cleaned, and I intend to fix that, but there are a lot of variables and a lot of celaning to do. Most of them are passed straight into queries. If anyone else want's to do what they can, it's appreciated. I told him there would be multiple testers going through the site, trying to find security issues, so anything that anyone can uncover wuold help a lot. Thanks so far.
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