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Old 06-18-20, 12:01 PM
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Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

IT, we seem to have a glitch in the Matrix. In Other Forum at the top, there is a repeating string of numbers - ["9","47","73","-1"]
In Forum Feedback and Support, it's - nullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnull

Old 06-18-20, 12:15 PM
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

It's all like really breaking down dude. Like the whole site.
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Yeah, main forum page is all code when viewed via Chrome. Other as well. Today's Posts is still working though!
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Originally Posted by Noonan View Post
Yeah, main forum page is all code when viewed via Chrome. Other as well. Today's Posts is still working though!
Can you post a screenshot of that? looks OK to me
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Originally Posted by E Unit View Post
It's all like really breaking down dude. Like the whole site.
Originally Posted by Noonan View Post
Yeah, main forum page is all code when viewed via Chrome. Other as well. Today's Posts is still working though!
OK, I see it. Bad ad. I will report immediately
Old 06-18-20, 12:33 PM
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Originally Posted by IBJoel View Post
OK, I see it. Bad ad. I will report immediately
It's not a bad ad. It's in the HTML, before any forum code is rendered. An ad issue would be client-side, but this is server-side. It's all information about me as a forum user (internal ID, signature, my usergroup, permissions I have, etc.), and an ad wouldn't have access to that.
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Originally Posted by Adam Tyner View Post
It's not a bad ad. It's in the HTML, before any forum code is rendered. An ad issue would be client-side, but this is server-side. It's all information about me as a forum user (internal ID, signature, my usergroup, permissions I have, etc.), and an ad wouldn't have access to that.
Yeah, I'm now seeing it's a larger issue. Working with tech
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Re: Codes busted Dude ["9","47","73","-1"]

Originally Posted by Adam Tyner View Post
It's not a bad ad. It's in the HTML, before any forum code is rendered. An ad issue would be client-side, but this is server-side. It's all information about me as a forum user (internal ID, signature, my usergroup, permissions I have, etc.), and an ad wouldn't have access to that.
For what it's worth, I believe it also showed hashed passwords. Technically not a major concern, depending on 'who' could see see individual's info and what they could do with the hashed string...

It would be nice to know exactly what details may have been exposed beyond what each user could see from their own profile.

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