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Re: SSL just not working

SSL may have strange effects on javascript which is not specifically written to work in a secure environment. Worse, the requirements which need to be met there have changed quite a bit lately. Look at the PHP settings for the httponly and secure cookie flags....

David

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  • Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:18 pm
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Re: View order details=Invalid token session. Please login a

This may be server or account related. Check to make sure your file storage doesn't exceed your account limits. If it does, upgrade the account. If not, check with your host and ask them to make sure that the /tmp folder is not full. You may be able to work around the issue by creating your own temp...

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  • Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:14 pm
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Re: WEB HOSTING TYPES - which to choose?

I would never recommend a shared host that offers "Unlimited" features. If you want a good host: Go to Webhostingtalk.com and look at offers there. Do not go with an EIG host. (Search for "EIG owned hosts") Agreed. Many of those are only unlimited for storage space, email accounts and bandwidth - b...

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  • Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:08 pm
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Re: OpenCart Transactional (aka InnoDB support)

Normalization should be applied within systems, not across them. Nor is normalization an excuse for neglecting system redundancy where it is appropriate. Historical data is certainly such a case. Every Open Source cart I've seen follows the practice of making the order table system a historical syst...

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  • Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:25 am
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Re: Good ideas for Website security

if you want to secure the admin with .htaccess and you have a fixed ip address create a .htaccess file like below <Files *.*> Order Deny,Allow Deny from all allow from "put your ip address here" </Files> But this means the folder is still visible and accessible, right? Could it be like: Order Deny,...

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  • Mon Jul 09, 2012 5:09 am
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Re: PCI Compliance?

Provided Control Scan meets the requirements to remain an ASV (Approved Scanning Vendor), they are covering two scanning requirements that directly impact (and check) the Open Cart installation. The first is that the ASV will scan every web server in the provided IP range(s). The second is that they...

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  • Wed May 23, 2012 12:14 am
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Re: OpenCart 1.5.2 Released

I wonder if opencart one day will have some kind of "plugins like" feature, as people have in wordpress, that you can install and uninstall pieces of code without major issues. That'd be good for the payment gateways which codes are often changed by the gateway providers.. Also, I dream one day tem...

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  • Tue May 22, 2012 10:56 pm
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Re: Good ideas for Website security

if you want to secure the admin with .htaccess and you have a fixed ip address create a .htaccess file like below <Files *.*> Order Deny,Allow Deny from all allow from "put your ip address here" </Files> then put your .htaccess in your admin or renamed admins folder if you have renamed it you will ...

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  • Tue May 22, 2012 10:40 pm
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Re: Good ideas for Website security

[ This is interesting.. we've been looking for a better way to handle that cookie domain issue so I will look into this Maybe this help also. In OC 1.5.2.2 cookies are incorrectly handled. Cookies are not set if HTTP_HOST contains port or is virtual host. Instead setcookie like setcookie('language'...

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  • Tue May 22, 2012 10:36 pm
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Re: OpenCart 1.5.2 Released

Q, I liked your idea of doing the update from within the admin panel, hopefully you will find time to implement it in the future. Yea it is still in the works.. The basic stuff is done by I was trying to look into improving the process with autobackup and stuff for easy recovery. I myself do NOT li...

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  • Tue May 22, 2012 10:00 pm
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Re: General feedback and suggenstions about OpenCart

Well, I myself am rather glad it IS still here. Maybe this thread is not a shining example of polite discourse from beginning to end, but it is something else - a good example of mature conversation, honestly conducted in the real world where we may all have our off days. It also includes some excel...

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  • Tue May 22, 2012 12:33 am
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Re: PCI Compliance?

What Scanreg is referring to is a cart's listing in the PCA-DSS certification list. Significant things to note when looking at that list is that the PCI standards org requires you to accept a disclaimer that includes the following statement: PCI SSC makes no endorsement or recommendation of applicat...

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  • Fri May 11, 2012 7:03 pm
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Re: PCI Compliance?

To clarify: The question "Is Open Cart PCI compliant" (or "AnyCartYouWantToName" for that matter) is far from the end of the matter. While it is am important part of PCI compliance overall, there are many areas in which one can fail to be compliant. The scope of PCI includes, but may not be limited ...

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  • Thu May 10, 2012 1:21 am
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Re: Good ideas for Website security

Hi guys, I am trying to implement some of the suggestions on my site and have question. There is line in config.php file from the root directory: define('HTTP_ADMIN', 'http://localhost/example.com/admin/'); should I make changes to this line too? to make it look like this: define('HTTP_NEW_ADMIN', ...

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  • Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:08 am
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Re: Good ideas for Website security

Hi, I have 1.5.2.1 After this discussion and the first and second posts, is there a definitive htaccess file for the root category directory and/or any other directories which we should use? Also noticed a htaccess to use in the image folders Thank you. oz The short answer is no. Many of the techni...

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  • Sat Apr 28, 2012 11:55 pm
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Re: Paypal Payments Pro - PCI SSL

First, SSL is an essential for serious sellers no matter what payment method you use. If nothing else, it helps secure your admin from prying eyes. It does boost buyer confidence and I regularly see it increase conversion rates. Its also dirt cheap. Second, whether Paypal provides formal seller prot...

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  • Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:25 pm
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Re: What are some other causes for super slow page load time

i picked up the theme on themeforest i was kinda worried after i picked it up when i saw all the files but it was smooth so i didn't think nothing of it and started customizing it from the base theme. I'm a bit worried that it is the theme so i contacted the author and he said it may be he said he ...

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  • Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:02 am
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Re: What are some other causes for super slow page load time

Don't bother. It's not database, it's template. Grade F on Make fewer HTTP requests This page has 15 external Javascript scripts. Try combining them into one. This page has 12 external stylesheets. Try combining them into one. This page has 17 external background images. Try combining them with CSS ...

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  • Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:22 am
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Re: New cookie law UK

Actually, there are pretty much thousands of services around the world which will plant tracking cookies via websites, 'free' browser plugins and applications and sell the data to 'sharp' business persons.... So, the law may not be all that stupid. Seems like an opportunity for Open Cart store owner...

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  • Sat Apr 21, 2012 4:21 am
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Re: How to fix google base feed

The "google product category" is also known as the Google taxonomy category.

Enter a valid selection from the Google Taxonomy in the appropriate feed in the product editor and this should start to resolve.

David

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  • Tue Apr 10, 2012 2:35 am
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