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  • melonhead616

    (@melonhead616)


    I get this error when I try to edit information about the items in my media gallery and add them to a post as well as when I try to edit my theme from within WordPress:

    Security rules violation. Your IP has been logged. Please report this incidence with your IP address of this browser session to the site owner or server administrator if this is a false-positive.

    I originally had the same problem with uploading that it seems many others have had (HTTP Error), but thankfully I got that resolved. I don’t know if this is related or not.

    A Google search of this error message didn’t really help at all. I assume this is a WordPress error and not a server issue, but I’m no expert. Any ideas or help from the WP community would be appreciated.

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  • melonhead616

    (@melonhead616)

    Any ideas? Any help? I’d love to get this figured out. Thanks all!

    Len

    (@lenk)

    WordPress doesn’t generate any such message that I’m aware of. Sounds like a plugin. Are you using Bad Behaviour by any chance?

    meifong16

    (@meifong16)

    i’m having the same problem too and i do not use bad behaviour plugin at all. any idea what’s causing this? i cant upload any images and i’ve just upgraded to the latest wp.

    melonhead616

    (@melonhead616)

    I have Bad Behavior, but it is deactivated. It was causing me some other problems, so I decided to stop using it. Would it do any good to delete it altogether?

    StrangeAttractor

    (@strangeattractor)

    dear strangeattractor, the problem that users on that particular thread is different to ours. I’ve installed the no flash plugin and i still get the same error message:

    Security rules violation. Your IP has been logged. Please report this incidence with your IP address of this browser session to the site owner or server administrator if this is a false-positive.

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