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IanRob
 
 
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Unable to login to forum - bitdefender

Post by IanRob » Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:13 pm

For some reason, Bitdefender is now stopping me from logging into this forum. The only way I can log in is to switch the firewall/virus protection off.

The error message is below. even if I click the "take me there anyway" it gives a blank page

If I click the Take me to the board administrator" it gives me the error "The board administrator contact page has been disabled."

The bitdefender error message is below:
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This page was blocked for your protection
ucp.php?mode=login

An attempt to send your password unencrypted, in plain text, was prevented on this page. View more details in the Notifications area of your Bitdefender security solution.

I understand the risks, take me there anyway
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Thanks

Ian

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Re: Unable to login to forum - bitdefender

Post by jerryco » Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:20 pm

Ya I thought this site was HTTPS but now it ain't. If you enter the https manually that works but should not be necessary.
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Re: Unable to login to forum - bitdefender

Post by Pablo » Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:52 pm


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Re: Unable to login to forum - bitdefender

Post by IanRob » Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:36 pm

Thank you Jerryco and Pablo

That solves the problem

What is odd is that with my own website, if you put in www or http or even a plain url without the prefix, it automatically changes to https in the url bar

On this forum site, it automatically changes to just www

I suspect it is something to do with the configuration on the webhosting side

Thanks again

Ian

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