What steps will reproduce the problem?
- Visit http://beta.void-star.net/wp-login.php
- Log in with another OpenID provider.
- Redirects to provider site, asks for confirmation.
- Returns to site, error message:
The same occurs when attempting to post comments with an OpenID or associate OpenIDs with user accounts.
What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
I expect to be able to authenticate with an OpenID provider, however the process fails with the error
What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
[INFO] PHP version: 5.2.5
[INFO] PHP memory limit: 32M
[INFO] Include Path:
[INFO] WordPress version: 2.7.1
[INFO] PHP OpenID Library Version: 2.1.2
[INFO] MySQL version: 5.0.51a
[INFO] WordPress’ table prefix: xxxx_
[OK] Curl Support: Version 7.18.1. SSL: OpenSSL/0.9.7a. zlib: 1.2.3. Supports: tftp, ftp, telnet, dict, ldap, http, file, https, ftps.
[OK] Big Integer support: BCMath is installed (though GMP is preferred).
[INFO] Plugin Revision: 519
[INFO] Plugin Database Revision: 24426
[INFO] XRDS-Simple: XRDS-Simple plugin is installed.
[OK] Overall Plugin Status
Please provide any additional information below.
The workaround detailed here does not help.
I’ve also successfully used the plugin on a standalone, local install of WordPress, while it fails on other domains hosted on the same provider as void-star.net (Surpass Hosting).
I was originally blocking all requests made with empty browser agents via
.htaccess(the error logs were throwing 403s on the verification check), however this has now been removed and the Apache logs look “normal”.
Downgrading to the previous version of the plugin didn’t help, nor has uninstalling it, clearing the cache, et cetera.
Authentication against a LiveJournal OpenID worked once, however I’ve never been able to replicate the behaviour.
Any and all assistance is appreciated.
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