And you’ll see it in the quote.. Just grab it from there and run it.
Ah, I see. Nice catch. You can enclose code segments in marks like this@ so the filter system doesn’t modify it.
Gotcha. I’m not use to Drupal. I tried enclosing it in [CODE] and [/CODE] tags, which didn’t work..
I updated the original post so that it’s correct for historical reference.
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But @@ works.. kinda. Didnt quite work on the admins post scaru quoted.
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The thing is, many of our users like to do beamshots with mouseover comparisons, which would also be eliminated.
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Oh, in that case (I use them to) maybe just block "foxlingo" to atleast stop these ads.
Looks like you did the update to example.com… How long did that update query take to run? How many records modified? Just curious..
Worked great, thanks! 25 records were modified.
So, after the two affected users are notified, I would like to remove the whole script. How can I do that with an SQL query? I’m sure many of those characters need to be escaped somehow. Here’s the original offending code: http://pastebin.com/FGNr0dZH
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My pleasure sb,
Removing the entire offending code is a little more complex. I’d have to see exactly how it looks in the actual SQL return.
If it’s pointing to example.com now, it’s really pretty harmless.. I’m not sure I’d even waste the time cleaning up those 25 posts..
Whats more interesting to me is that you have 15 BLF tabs open :bigsmile:
Wow, 15 BLF tabs open.. So YOURE the reason I keep getting the DRUPAL error…
LMAO! Very disturbing indeed!
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GREAT, GREAT investigation PilotPTK!!!
May I humbly add:
devman’s prior post got me looking at adnxs.com
This resolved to http://www.appnexus.com… they claim (CAPS are in their original text) weebay, faceb00k and others as their clients
as well as
Going through their site, seems legitimate business but they’re really f&%$#round and – in our situation – way too oppressive.
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