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Security Issues & Announcements - 8

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884 posts | Last Activity on 29-11-2019 23:35 by Falk
Falk
Falk 29-11-2019 23:35, 6 months ago
Re: about phpfusion 7 Please use v8 since we deprecated v7.
PHP-Fusion 8 has full v7 Themes and Addons support.
v8 is a v7 Core with a lot of improvements and support for later PHP & MySQL versions.
It is safe and stable to use https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/php_fusi...nloads.php
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ofigustavo 29-11-2019 22:10, 6 months ago
Re: about phpfusion 7 Hello. I like very much version 7, but do not have support. It is safe using this version?
afoster
afoster 17-06-2018 18:57, 2 years ago
Re: Admin Login Issue I am running php-fusion version 7.02.07 on a shared webhost and lately, I can log in as the admin but when I click on the admin panel link, it logs me out and takes me back to the home page. What is causing this and what can I do to fix it? BTW, I am running another php-fusion site (same version) on the same webhost with no problems. Thanks.
RobiNN
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. .htaccess does not work on Windows Server because is only for servers based on Apache. You must convert .htaccess to Web.config.
Harlekin
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. 1. .htaccess do not work on Windows Server, what can i do
2 . i found no .htaccess in PHP Fusion 7.02.07
Kvido
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. Writing in my .htaccess works. OK.
Wanabo
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. Double check with browser cache emptied! Initially I didn't notice because css was cached, after flushing cache I noticed.
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Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. My htaccess with ForceType application / octet-stream and my site is OK. Css working.
Wanabo
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. With ForceType application/octet-stream in .htaccess it seems to block css. Site looks like no css is loaded.
Without ForceType application/octet-stream site is OK.

Does the rest of the htaccess work correctly without ForceType application/octet-stream in htaccess?
RobiNN
Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. Without this code
Code
ForceType application/octet-stream



Only this
Code


    ForceType image/jpeg


    ForceType image/gif


    ForceType image/png

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Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. Chan - Thanks for the advice.
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Re: PHP-Fusion 9 and 7 Security Announcements regarding ImageMime Exploits. I'm strongly advising all sites on Fusion 7 and 9 to immediately update on these values to your .htaccess file soonest possible.
Code

ForceType application/octet-stream

    ForceType image/jpeg


    ForceType image/gif


    ForceType image/png


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carmatec 23-11-2016 08:33, 4 years ago
Re: Error on PHP-Fusion Site A reboot is required to fix this type of error.
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element 25-10-2016 09:14, 4 years ago
Re: How to delete sha256 encryption? Thank you. smile
douwe_yntema
douwe_yntema 24-10-2016 21:54, 4 years ago
Re: How to delete sha256 encryption? This one:

http://www.php-fusion.co.uk/forum/vie...ost_198931
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element 23-10-2016 13:20, 4 years ago
Re: How to delete sha256 encryption? Hello,

im making little school project. I have my Java app and PHP Fusion website. I would like to remotely connect to MySQL database, but i want to delete sha256 encryption because my program has a login panel that reads username and his password. I dont want to compare one string to second one, just want cleary see his password in my database. Its nothing big as I said its just a school project but decrypting sha256 would help me a lot. If anyone know how to solve it I would be grateful
Falk
Falk 04-05-2016 08:05, 4 years ago
Re: Redirection to google Seems to me that you banned your own IP, clear the ban table via phpmyadmin or similar.
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pete2009 03-05-2016 17:34, 4 years ago
Re: Redirection to google Hi
I have got another problem with my CMS. My website is running on PHP Fusion 7.02.07. From this morning every time I try to enter my website I am being redirected to google site. I have tried from two different laptops.
I guess is has been hacked but how can I fix it ? Would it work to upgrade it to v9 ? But still, I can not acces admin section :/
My website www.elektroinstalacje.info
Falk
Falk 21-10-2015 07:30, 5 years ago
Re: Error on PHP-Fusion Site Sometimes it takes a little of both to get it spinning again smile
tngweb
tngweb 21-10-2015 01:31, 5 years ago
Re: Error on PHP-Fusion Site A reboot or just a plain old STEEL-toe boot into the hard drive? :p
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