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ivy

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Registered: 25/11/04
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Location:Tokyo Japan
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This hack is only for Geeklog 1.7.0 and PHP 5.

https://twitter.com/apps

* Application Type: Select 'Browser'
* Callback URL: Input URL same as Website
* Default Access type: Select 'Read & Write'
* Use Twitter for login: Check!

Callback URL is right?


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HackDefendr

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Registered: 26/05/10
Posts: 19
Location:Atlanta, GA

@HackDefender:
On my system "php -i | grep OpenSSL" doesn't mean much. It will return 'enabled' even when apache2 (and openssl) is down.

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roccivic@roccivic-pc:~$ sudo /opt/lampp/lampp stop
[sudo] password for roccivic:
#Stopping XAMPP for Linux 1.7.3a...
XAMPP: Stopping Apache with SSL...
XAMPP: Stopping MySQL...
XAMPP: Stopping ProFTPD...
XAMPP stopped.
roccivic@roccivic-pc:~$ php -i | grep OpenSSL
OpenSSL support => enabled
OpenSSL Library Version => OpenSSL 0.9.8k 25 Mar 2009
OpenSSL Header Version => OpenSSL 0.9.8k 25 Mar 2009
OpenSSL support => enabled
 


I didn't get a chance to test my LinkedIn login as I have reached my maximum of failed login attempts.

All you have to do to remove all speed limits in MySQL is:
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TRUNCATE TABLE `speedlimit`

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Um...Enabled means enabled. Apache being up or down doesn't change the status of enabled modules. When Apache is up and running you have OpenSSL support should you choose to use it. The speed limit thing doesn't really apply to my issues.

Anyhoo...

UPDATE: My issues are resolved. After meticulously tracking back all dependancies and to which ver PHP they were built for/against. Rebuilt every single one of them. Installed an Alpha release of the Oauth PEAR module. And one more rebuild of PHP with SimpleXML added. Both Twitter and LinkedIn are confirmed to work as expected now...including creating basic user profiles. Its perfect for someone who wishes to run an SSL only website and secure all aspects of the user base.
-- J. Singleton, BS Information Security HackDefendr Security Cyber Security, Vulnerability, & Social Behavior Research
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I am glad you got things working.
One of the Geeklog Core Developers.
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