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unable to login to my own dashboard(www.trendsandresults.com/wp-admin/login.php) (3 posts)

  1. merosoft
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    How to solve this problem. I am even unable to login to my own dashboard(http://trendsandresults.com/wp-admin/login.php). This message appears every link I click.
    FoZend Optimizer not installed
    This file was encoded by the Zend Encoder / Zend SafeGuard Suite

    In order to run it, please install the freely available Zend Optimizer, version 2.1.0 or later.

    What is the Zend Optimizer?
    The Zend Optimizer is one of the most popular PHP plugins for performance-improvent, and has been freely available since the early days of PHP 4. It improves performance by taking PHP's intermediate code through multiple Optimization Passes, which replace inefficient code patterns with efficient code blocks. The replacement code blocks perform exactly the same operations as the original code, only faster.

    In addition to performance-improvement, the Zend Optimizer also enables PHP to transparently load files encoded by the Zend Encoder or Zend SafeGuard Suite.

    The Zend Optimizer is a freely-available product from Zend Technologies. Zend Technologies is the company that develops the scripting engine of PHP, also known as the Zend Engine.

  2. whooami
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    you have a plugin or a theme thats been encoded using Zend.

    Start by disabling all your plugins. if that doesnt cause that error to disappear than change to the default theme.

    One of those actions should solve the immediate problem, and then you ought to be able to determine which of the 2 was the problem.

    Zend is a reputable company and the Zend optimzer is a normal package to find along side most php installs, however, in the case of wordpress plugins and/or themes that use it -- bad idea, since you, the end user, dont really know what youre getting into. As a general rule, files that use any kind of encoding shouldnt be used with wordpress, even Zend. Especially, in cases where you cant identify which one is using it.

    The additional problem, here, is that zend hasnt been installed on the server you are hosted on, or, if has been, the file(s) looking for it, cant find the libraries.

  3. Nehemoth
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

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