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Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

Thread began 10/07/2013 7:52 pm by GerhardC | Last modified 5/19/2014 11:35 am by Jason Byrnes | 1711 views | 19 replies |

GerhardC

Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

I activated PM on the server and it worked fine on all accounts, including the Security Code. Thus, no permission issues. I had to delete and upload it again following which I re-activated PM. All is working fine, seemingly, except the Security code on the Users_Registrations.php page.

Reading from other threads I have sought the WAVT_CaptchaSecurityImages.php file which is said to be generating the security code, but I could not find it amongst the downloaded PM files. Thus, I do not know how to fix this problem.

Upon replying to this question please assume 'baby steps'. Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Please post a link where i can seethe problem.

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GerhardC

Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

I have used Dreamweaver in addition to Windows in addition to FileZila to upload the downloaded PowerMessanger files to my Host.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

See PM

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GerhardC

Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

Thank you Jason.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This was a permissions issue.

The permissions for the {Power Messenger folder where set to 600, I changed the permission to 755 to correct the problem.

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GerhardC

Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

Okay, thanks Jason.

Just so I won't have to bug you with this question again, how did you go about in resetting the permissions from 600 to 755 (where is that done?)?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I used a third party FTP Program, File Zila to access the site, in File Zila, one of the tools available is to see a files permissions and to edit them.

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GerhardC

Security code not showing in PowerMessanger

Thanks Jason, very kind.

To those who search for answers through this thread, this link explains how that is done (permissions are changed in File Zila): http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-change-file-permissions-using-filezilla-on-.html

I assume every file that needs to be publically displayed needs to be changed to 755?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Depends on the host really, some hosts prefer that files use 644 and folders use 755.

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