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Hi,

When I connect to my site like http://www.mysite.com/store I get the following error:

Security Warning

Parsed array keys can not contain illegal characters! Script execution has been halted.

It may be possible to fix this error by deleting your browsers cookies and refresh this page.

I've had this ever since I visited the site after the install. I can get past this by using http://mysite.com/store but was wondering if I can fix the above error incase customers do come across it.

Thanks in advance. :dizzy:

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<?php

$glob['dbdatabase'] = 'store';

$glob['dbhost'] = 'localhost';

$glob['dbpassword'] = '-*-*-*-*';

$glob['dbprefix'] = '';

$glob['dbusername'] = 'store';

$glob['installed'] = '1';

$glob['rootDir'] = '/-*-*-*-*-/-*-*-*-/-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-/html/store';

$glob['rootRel'] = '/store/';

$glob['storeURL'] = 'http://clanshout.co.uk/store';

?>

Root dir information hidden and DB Pass.

EDIT : I'm also getting others saying that both http://www.clan..... and http://clan..... bring up the same error described in my first post.

EDIT AGAIN : The error is produced in both FireFox and IE. Even on my PSP :/

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Yes.

Can someone tell me what it means, or somehow disable it? I'm getting very frustrated with it and I've put a lot of work into modifiying it for my needs. Its annoying when you get an error like this.

And also, I've had people say that http://clanshout.co.uk/store brings the same error aswell as the www.

Thanks in advance.

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I get the error from multiple places. I own 2 computers and a laptop and they all get the same error.

Others only get the error if you remove the www. And others get the error both on www. and without www.

I've tested with 10 people and about 15 computers, all producing some sort of error.

If random people are getting this error, it could easily be a customer and I won't see them again.

Thanks.

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Someone must know what this error means at least. At the moment it makes no sense to me and I don't know what to do.

I've had this problem 3 days, any longer and my business will suffer.

Please help me find a solution.

Thanks in advance.

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Bump.

So no one here, not even the developers can tell me what the message means and what it means? They added it, so they must know what it does?

I'm getting quite annoyed with the software now. The support doesnt seem to be that good, even though staff are on all the time when i come to the site.

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Turtleman,

I can't thank you enough. The frustration I've had.. well.

For people who have come across this topic with the same problem, i will post what Al said in the topic Turtleman posted.

You can turn off that security function by opening /includes/ini.inc.php

Find:

CODE

$clean = new clean_all($data);

$_GET = $clean->clean_all($_GET);

$_POST = $clean->clean_all($_POST);

$_COOKIE = $clean->clean_all($_COOKIE);

$_REQUEST = $clean->clean_all($_REQUEST);

Replace with:

CODE

/*

$clean = new clean_all($data);

$_GET = $clean->clean_all($_GET);

$_POST = $clean->clean_all($_POST);

$_COOKIE = $clean->clean_all($_COOKIE);

$_REQUEST = $clean->clean_all($_REQUEST);

*/

The function is a hardening measure. This means that it is only an extra measure to prevent potential security issues. It is safe to trun off but we recommend having it on.

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