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Re: Recent DDOS attacks

Please read the above posts about changing your DNS.

The IP shown is not your IP, it is a spoof site of opencart.com

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  • Fri Aug 22, 2014 8:21 pm
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Re: Recent DDOS attacks

kungmats wrote:Thank you

I did change to Googles DNS system an half an hour and that helped me
https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/?hl=sv

Glad to hear they are resolving correctly - I did force a cache refresh on those once it was resolved

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  • Fri Aug 22, 2014 4:14 pm
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Re: Recent DDOS attacks

I have the same problem. ipconfig /flushdns and PC restart didn't work... Try setting your local dns etc/host file to point opencart.com to 104.20.15.19 for the moment. It's weird, but I got an automatic password reset email for my opencart account telling me it might have been compromised. Daniel ...

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  • Fri Aug 22, 2014 4:09 pm
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Have an improvement suggestion?

So we now have an account with UserVoice, I have personally used them for a long time on another project and it is a great way of getting community ideas and seeing what the community thinks of them. Click here to see the OpenCart UserVoice site I would like to point out some very clear rules about ...

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  • Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:32 am
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Re: New EU legislation for webshops

By the way. A suggestion for Opencart 2.0. Just include the options for EU law because Opencart has more and more users in the EU. Would make things easier for many non-programmers. Being in the UK i agree an out of the box option of settings for EU law would be pretty awesome, but (you know the bu...

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  • Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:20 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

MichellePace wrote:Hi James,

May I ask that you please list the major difference between v1.5 and v2.0 - or even just post the release notes?

Thank-you, Michelle
Information on the new features will be published in a blog and news letter in the coming weeks

J

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  • Mon Aug 18, 2014 4:57 pm
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 and vQmod

I got introduced to composer about 6 months ago, never looked back.. It's amazing the tools we have now. Composer + Packigist for libraries, GitHub and Bitbucket for version control, PHPStorm and Netbeans for IDEs, the widespread adoption of unit testing. OpenCart was cutting edge when it came out ...

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  • Tue Aug 12, 2014 1:49 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 and vQmod

Could you just imagine.....

"composer update" - and everything is updated

We can always dream lol

I got introduced to composer about 6 months ago, never looked back..

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  • Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:53 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

Can one of the mods please split off the vqmod discussion to a new public thread under the 2.0 section...for some very strange reason Admins cannot do this!!

I know it is 2.0 alpha related but it has consumed the thread and think it deserves it's own discussion.

J

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  • Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:07 am
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Re: Recent DDOS attacks

Hi, Yes posting SQL statements in the message body will almost certainly trigger cloudflare to panic. Due to recent issues we've had to keep the security level high, unfortunately the 0.1% of genuine traffic will sometimes get issues like this. I do review the triggered events as often as possible a...

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  • Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:03 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

Think you may mean pardon mon French :) Didn't really want to start on this topic in detail for a few more days but I guess it's pretty much THE most important feature when it comes to revenue generation for OC and looking after the mod developers, so yeah lets get started on trying to resolve this....

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  • Fri Aug 08, 2014 4:52 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

LOL, don't worry this issue is on my list...there is no way that 4 different approaches is viable for developers (or maybe it is but I sure as hell don't want to make 4 versions of modules based on the user choice). I am coming around to this soon and will be asking for feedback and opinions on what...

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  • Thu Aug 07, 2014 11:00 pm
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

@villagedefrance - post these on the tracker please. Some of them are already there.

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  • Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:56 pm
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

Hold off on any dev with the ocmod - spoke with Daniel today and offset will be changing (so you can offset by X lines like vqmod was). One of my old staff created a PR that I am reviewing again later, very probably that it will be merged in now to offer the missing elements. https://github.com/open...

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  • Wed Aug 06, 2014 12:19 am
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Re: OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use o

helloyall wrote:Will it be compatible with NGINX-based server? I just discovered it and found out that it's much faster and efficient than Apache. I'd love to have OpenCart 2.0 to be compatible / native to Nginx ;D
It has not yet been tested on it, why not give it a try and report your results?

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  • Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:54 pm
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OpenCart 2.0 alpha release available - for testing use only!

OpenCart 2.0 has been released at alpha stage, please do not download this to use on a live store though! We are inviting developers and users of OpenCart to test the new software and help iron out any issues before the official 2.0 launch next month. You can download the latest master branch from G...

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  • Mon Aug 04, 2014 9:20 pm
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Re: Please read first

Are we ensuring there are no regressions? i.e bugs fixed in 1.5.x branch will stay fixed in 2.x? As much as possible - commit logs are being trawled through to try and ensure that any bugs are ported from the point of forking. 2.0 is going to go through an extended release cycle initially, external...

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  • Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:06 am
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Re: New EU legislation for webshops

@osworx if you have any spare time and would like to do a blog/rant/guidelines about EU regulations I'd be happy to put it up.

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  • Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:03 am
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