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Started by newtoallthis, March 24, 2011, 03:46:01 PM

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newtoallthis

SMF 2 RC5


Today, our host placed the server into SuPHP mode and removed a number of malware files from my site.

I then tried to logon to site and got the following error- An Error Has Occurred!
You were unable to login. Please check your cookie settings.

Our host suggested that I clear all cookies and temp files which i did in my Opera Browser, Tools>Delete Private Data.

Still couldn't logon. Same error.

The host has changed the cookie name and still I cannot log on. Same error.

Help required, please.
SMF 2.0.11
Simple Portal 2.3.3
Aeva Media 1.4c
MediaWiki 1.24.0

tumbleweed

I don't believe it was the suphp install. I sorta think I had removed something from a source file while removing the bad code in other files. I am just not sure what files control the login process.
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newtoallthis

Doubt if it's significant, but I'm getting the following error when trying to access my test forum on the same server Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSEIF in /home/leighlan/public_html/smf_test/Sources/Aeva-Embed.php on line 417
SMF 2.0.11
Simple Portal 2.3.3
Aeva Media 1.4c
MediaWiki 1.24.0

tumbleweed

lets not worry about that and just concentrate on gaining access to the "Live" forum.
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tumbleweed

This has been fixed. I had to replace some source files that got scrubbed out for some reason. OP if you have any other issues please raise a support ticket. There might be a few other files that might have to be replaced.

Thanks
Frank
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newtoallthis

Thanks Frank. I'll see what I find.
SMF 2.0.11
Simple Portal 2.3.3
Aeva Media 1.4c
MediaWiki 1.24.0

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