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    Thumbs up Auto-Approve on ProxyWhereabouts.com

    Just want to announce that ProxyWhereabouts.com has finished implementing Auto-Approve feature. So, instead of waiting for me to manually check each of every submissions which I admit taking quite a long time, you can now have your site listed automatically upon validating backlinks.

    Several changes are in progress and will be made known to public once it available.

    Thanks and hoping that you keep on submitting your proxies there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redz85 View Post
    aaaaah great, but how the heck you tell us GTFO when you find no backlink in our proxies ??!!!!!

    What browser are you using? It shouldn't say any such thing.I'm the one who reprogrammed his excahnge.php file to allow auto submissions.
    You should see if you have no backlink.:
    "We could connect to your site but could not find a backlink. Please read our rules."
    edit:

    oh it says that in Internet explorer!
    I.E is probably adding Whitespace to the category post variable so its generating the "Category doesn't exist error" when checking it against the array of existing categories...(In Proxylistscript is possible to inject SQL injection or fake categories via that input if your crafty enough. I thought I fixed this, and it works in Firefox. I.E will forever be a pain in my ass a web developer. -.-


    Edit: Yeah I was right.

    Code:
    POST: url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.datelookup.info&category=PHP%0D%0A&email=someemail@example.com&strvercode=EUTF
    wtf is that? in Firefox it does,
    Code:
    POST: url=http://www.datelookup.info&category=PHP&email=someemail@example.com&strvercode=EUTF
    huh, that browser is piece of garbage.

    Keldorn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keldorn View Post
    What browser are you using? It shouldn't say any such thing.I'm the one who reprogrammed his excahnge.php file to allow auto submissions.
    You should see if you have no backlink.:
    "We could connect to your site but could not find a backlink. Please read our rules."
    edit:

    oh it says that in Internet explorer!
    I.E is probably adding Whitespace to the category post variable so its generating the "Category doesn't exist error" when checking it against the array of existing categories...(In Proxylistscript is possible to inject SQL injection or fake categories via that input if your crafty enough. I thought I fixed this, and it works in Firefox. I.E will forever be a pain in my ass a web developer. -.-


    Edit: Yeah I was right.

    Code:
    POST: url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.datelookup.info&category=PHP%0D%0A&email=someemail@example.com&strvercode=EUTF
    wtf is that? in Firefox it does,
    Code:
    POST: url=http://www.datelookup.info&category=PHP&email=someemail@example.com&strvercode=EUTF
    huh, that browser is piece of garbage.

    Keldorn.

    Actually, do not blame the browser. IE is doing it correctly, firefox is not.

    In your HTML:
    PHP Code:
    <select name="category" style="width: 350px; height: 20px; background-color:#DDDDCB" >
            <
    option value="PHP
    "
    >PHP
    </option>        <option value="Glype
    "
    >Glype
    </option
    So value = "PHP
    " (It includes the newline)
    And that is what %0D%0A is, some sort of encoded new line feed.

    You can fix this by either formating your HTML correctly, but you should really just use better input validation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogle View Post
    Actually, do not blame the browser. IE is doing it correctly, firefox is not.

    In your HTML:
    PHP Code:
    <select name="category" style="width: 350px; height: 20px; background-color:#DDDDCB" >
            <
    option value="PHP
    "
    >PHP
    </option>        <option value="Glype
    "
    >Glype
    </option
    So value = "PHP
    " (It includes the newline)
    And that is what %0D%0A is, some sort of encoded new line feed.

    You can fix this by either formating your HTML correctly, but you should really just use better input validation

    I was already aware of that, of course I had to debug the file to figure it out that I.E was adding garbage output becuase of the new line. I'm not the who coded that part. It is put onto the page with a foreach & echo. But for some reason its adding another line. Firefox is still the better one, that kind of tabbed line %0D%0A wouldn't be valid even if you wanted it too. Firefox is smart to remove it.
    I.E is just being technical and thats why I gets on my nerves.
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    I'm using Firefox and it says:
    We could connect to your site but could not find a backlink. Please read our rules.

    Edit: Ah, missed your post edit there, Keldorn ^ Yeah, IE is worthless. Don't waste your time with it.
    Last edited by Kovich; 8 October, 2009 at 08:31 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redz85 View Post
    aaaaah great, but how the heck you tell us GTFO when you find no backlink in our proxies ??!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    I'm using Firefox and it says:
    We could connect to your site but could not find a backlink. Please read our rules.

    Edit: Ah, missed your post edit there, Keldorn ^ Yeah, IE is worthless. Don't waste your time with it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Redz85 View Post
    AHA OH sorry its : " That category doesn't exist, gtfo! "

    lol i was on opera, since about 6 hours . btw the default category is just PHP which says this, not choosing white space.

    @Keldorn well done man, i believe in ur skills

    Sorry guys, like Keldorn said, he will look into this issue. He is the coder afterall.


    Quote Originally Posted by geeknb View Post
    I hope you should accept co.cc domains
    I got too much spam sites originating from .co.cc and other free domains . So, I guess I won't accept .co.cc. Try investing a bit more in buying domains.
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    The website isn't loading for me in Belgium, have you blocked countries or not?
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Sorry Aquarezz, there seems to be something wrong with the code. Keldorn is currently fixing this issue. Should be back working in no time..
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    lol thats not fair to blame it on me, the problem is your mysql is being slow.
    You might need to increase your mysql connection limits or find the culprit on your server hogging the connections. (Probably wordpress install getting hammered with traffic?). If wordpress, install a caching plugin for your site.

    Btw your site is fixed. It was whitespace. Nothing Trim(); couldn't solve.

    Quote Originally Posted by proxywhereabouts View Post
    Sorry Aquarezz, there seems to be something wrong with the code. Keldorn is currently fixing this issue. Should be back working in no time..
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