Support » Plugin: Honeypot Toolkit » Installed followed instructions, get white screen on Safari 503 on Chrome

  • Resolved RobWord

    (@robword)


    Hi
    I installed the plugin went through the set-up process. Not sure what the box for Honeypot path was for. That is blank. Added the script to my server, activated it, and added one of the html suggested links to a vulnerable page. Checked it was OK.
    Then when I refreshed, it went whites screen
    How can I get the plugin up again, as I disable it, to do the necessary checks and changes?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • RobWord

    (@robword)

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    RobWord

    (@robword)

    Reinstalled and added the path to the script on my server, still white screen, and
    This page isn’t working robsnow.eu is currently unable to handle this request.
    HTTP ERROR 503 on Chrome!

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    You got blocked. Look in the database table for the plugin and find your IP. The plugin returns the error code you select when someone is blocked. The default error code is 503.

    You should Whitelist your IP address before enabling the blocking feature to prevent yourself from getting blocked again.

    Here’s the documentation for the plugin.

    https://www.sterupdesign.com/dev/wordpress/plugins/honeypot-toolkit/

    RobWord

    (@robword)

    Super, added my IP to Whitelist and it seems to be working. Can I ask…How do you know if it’s actually working against scrapers?

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    There’s an activity and blocked list that will show you when bad activity is detected and when visitors are blocked.

    RobWord

    (@robword)

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    Make sure you’re adding the entire IP block for your IP if you are on an isp that changes your IP address from time to time. You can get the IP block by clicking your IP address in the Whitelist.

    RobWord

    (@robword)

    Not sure what you mean about the range by clicking the IP in the whitelist. I will contact the ISP to find out.

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    Go look at the Whitelist and click on your IP address. It takes you to a website that lists the starting and ending IP address for your isp. Then edit the entry for your IP address and enter those for the start and end.

    RobWord

    (@robword)

    OK, I think I found it
    Thanks

    Rob

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