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  1. I'm interested in producing a set of SQL queries for a few standard operations, like showing the total impressions for a given date range etc. Anyone done this (to save reinventing the wheel) or got some pointers please - starting with that example ;-) ???
  2. Today, I discovered another hack of my adserver. I'd had version 3.1, with the usual precautions, file permissions, etc. The new hack appended a Javascript to the text in the "htmlcache" field. There was nothing in the "append" or "prepend" fields. The script was tacked onto the intended text. It put an iframe (calling an undesired URL) at an absolute position, did something with cookies (?), and then put another absolute-position iframe with another undesired different URL. I've forwarded specific details to the proper e-mail address for this issue; I haven't yet heard back. I have been unable to locate any other instances of this particular hack, either here on through Google in general. I know that details, etc, are not to be posted here, but I wanted to post something, so people would be aware of the issue. If you've got unintended ads being served up on your site, and if you can't find anything in the "prepend" or "append" fields, check in "banners" for coding in "htmlcache" that doesn't match what you'd intended. Eliz.
  3. I have been advised to change the password on my SQL database, in hopes of securing it (in case the hacker managed to snag that information). However, I can't seem to get the password to update. I've gone into phpMyAdmin inside my cPanel, and tried setting a new password. Then I changed the password in the config.php file. But I can't log in with the new password; however, the old password continues to work. I've tried setting up a new user with a new password, while removing the old user. After updating the config file, I couldn't log in with the new info, but I could still log in with the old info. I tried deleting the old user completely. After updating the config file, I still couldn't log in with the new info, but I could still log in with the old info. I tried importing the old database into a new database (with a new name), and creating a new user with a new password for the new database. After updating the config file, I couldn't log in with the new info, but I could still log in with the old info. What the frick am I doing wrong? Thank you. Eliz.
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