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#61
Add this to .htaccess

AddType application/x-httpd-php .tpl
#62
sixthcrusifix,

The code would be:
RewriteRule ^pages/([A-Za-z0-9-]+/?$  pages/?user_name=$1 [L]

However, Mod Rewrite is not enabled if i'm correct, submit a request via the contact from for mod rewrite ;)

L8r,
Gordon
#63
Support Requests / Re: Encrypt and . . . DECRYPT!??!
December 19, 2005, 02:40:40 AM
There is a cracked version, but... only real hackers use them ;)... I tested the, what I call, Pissant version, its the version of all the little pissants out there that don't know how to hack, but they are trying to get a password ;)
#64
Support Requests / Re: Encrypt and . . . DECRYPT!??!
December 19, 2005, 01:41:37 AM
The cracking method that people are using is basicly taking commen words, such as pizza, book, door, window, ect, and creating a directory. then making a script or program to compare the hash provide to those hashes, which is why the more unique passwords are your best best, for example
FrMwbTaC55
would be
freepgs rocks my world becaluse they are cool 55
;) Your not using and commen words, yet its easy to remember, and the added 55 makes it even more secure ;)
#65
Support Requests / Re: Encrypt and . . . DECRYPT!??!
December 19, 2005, 01:05:29 AM
Quote from: gordon on December 19, 2005, 12:57:51 AM
I stand corrected, There is ways to crack a MD5 encrtyped code, the longer, or more sentive codes are how ever, hard to crack ;)

I would show you guys an example, but I don't think I could ever forgive my self for giving people a md5 cracker, It is not advanced, but it cracked my md5 hash, which scared me.

Safety Tips:
1. Never use commen words (Example: Pizza, Computer, Windows, Door)
2. Always, if possiable, make your password case sentive (Example: Instead of password make it PasSwOrD)
3. If you have the abity to add difrent chars, do so (Example: (", ', !, @, #, $, %, ^ ECT.)
4. NEVER EVER EVER share your password, even if its your best friend!
5. Scan your computer for spyware, some spyware logs passwords, and other information such as creditcard numbers
6. NEVER respond or click on an email that looks funny, always check the url before submiting information,
it could be email attack: (Example: I got an email for paypal saying I needed to update my creditcard number, I click the link, it looked like paypal, but the added was something like http://12.345.356.32/update.html)

Hope this helps, and sorry I can't show you a demo, but.. lets put it this way, I hashed the word pizza, case sentive, and it cracked it
n 5 secs ;)...
#66
Support Requests / Re: Encrypt and . . . DECRYPT!??!
December 19, 2005, 12:57:51 AM
I stand corrected, There is ways to crack a MD5 encrtyped code, the longer, or more sentive codes are how ever, hard to crack ;)
#67
Support Requests / Re: Encrypt and . . . DECRYPT!??!
December 18, 2005, 11:12:46 PM
Not really. What they do is plug in a brute fource attack, which basicly puts millions of passwords in your forum which is why you should "ALWAYS" put a humancheck on inportant forums such as login and registration forums, and protect against SQL Injection.

As far as I know, it is impossiable to crack a MD5 encrypyion, but, it is possiable to brute fource your script
#68
Support Requests / Re: plesk downtime
December 14, 2005, 08:16:50 AM
The plesk software is very unreliable and locks up.. it has nothing to do with server load, the script has a bug that plesk has yet to fix.
It seems every plesk release the software gets more worse IMO!

It reboots when the server http server is not responding, the most downtime you will get from this is 30 mins at a time..

I recomend you move to the freepgs.com platform, I have only seen one downtime so far, and that was not out fault ;)..

L8r,
Gordon
#70
Quote from: dujl on November 21, 2005, 04:23:40 PM
Hi, everything seems Ok.
Just what about secondary FTP account and PPHlogger ? will they be back ?
thank you,
Mike
DUJL

PPHLogger is currently Undesided... We will let you know!
#71
Support Requests / Re: my email is not working
November 01, 2005, 06:13:16 PM
My pop email went down, but when I clicked "This Server Requires SSL Connection" it worked again.
You can do this in Outlook Express Under the Advanced Settings in your email account
#72
Support Requests / Re: FTP problems
October 30, 2005, 03:40:09 AM
Topic Closed, It is a releaf to see its back online!
#73
Support Requests / Re: FTP problems
October 30, 2005, 03:09:15 AM
As of this moment our system admin is not online, therefore we can not pinpoint what is going on,
If you still need to work on your site you can do so in your plesk panel under file manager..

Thank you,
FreePgs.com Tech Support
#74
Alright guys, Since this just happened to me, I guess I need to post about it.
PHP Error display is currently disabled on the server which means, if you forget a ;, you will prob get a blank page.

To fix this create a .htaccess in your htdocs folder, in this .htaccess put the following line, as is, do not change it

php_value display_errors 1

This will turn on your error display for php so no more blank screen and that pretty error screen..
If your like me, when I figered out what I did wrong, and got over feeling stupid, I'm glad to have that error screen back,
it would have penpointed that error!!

L8r,
Gordon