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    Succuri incorrectly tuned

    I couldn't post this code because of the restrictions of the succuri firewall.
    I had to insert an underscore in line 1 to let it pass:
    Can someone ignite the 'technicians' ?

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    Re: Succuri incorrectly tuned

    I have pushed this to the TT
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    Re: Succuri incorrectly tuned

    Ive got a corker here, it wont let me post the following because of "HTML code" but for the life of me I cant find the offending part (ive marked the data as CODE in this post but its just a standard post in the thread.

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    EDIT: Sussed it, it was the On_Click without an underscore.
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    Succuri incorrectly tuned. Hello snb.

    This appears to be the offending character combination:

    exec("cm

    I am using the “Black Character” trick to post it here, to do that this is an example of what you can write in the Editor Widow to get the combination to appear normally after posting and by passing the Succuri HTML problem

    ex[COLOR="#000000"]e[/COLOR]c("cm

    Alan

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    I do not see any problem with

    onClick

    or

    OnClick
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    Re: Succuri incorrectly tuned

    Sucuri is weird. I had problems again with posting. It took me 2 hours to post a Post. So I had another quick play about

    These are the results of that:

    This is OK:

    exec("c
    _.. but only as the very last entry in a post !!

    These all cause the sucuri Paddy
    exec("c g
    Exec(e
    exec(“h
    exec(“&
    exec(""
    exec(
    exec(g
    exec("gm
    exec("ct
    exec("hm
    exec("cw
    exec(“j
    exec (
    exec
    Exec
    eXec

    so it is indeed mainly the exec which is the main problem here . It is just an exception which caught me out that , .. this:

    exec("c

    strangely works, but only as the very last thing in a post !!!

    So I should have said in Post #4:

    Exec ( case insensitive : eXec exEc ) is a problem string for sucuri.
    An exception is

    exec("c

    on its own line as the last entry in a post.


    This following character string __ exec("c __ is still not accepted by sucuri because things come after it,

    exec("c
    h KJHN Dk
    hfksfhh


    The following would be accepted by sucurri, as long as nothing comes after it !! Not even blank spaces are allowed after it !!! It must be the very last thing in the Post

    exec("c
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