I noticed that when I upgraded to 2.3.3 I was no longer able to login to my blog due to the ‘cookie’ error. Though easily bypassed by temporarily renaming /plugins to /plugin via FTP, logging in, re-renaming the plugins folder back to /plugins, going into the plugins admin, deactivating all, and then bringing them back one by one to see what messes up… I’ve found that the only one that errors out is the WordPress.com Stats plugin. Everything else works great, and even if it’s the only plugin activated it starts tossing header errors, blank admin pages, and prevents logging into wp-admin due to ‘blocked cookies’.
Anyone else getting this issue or have a suggestion for a fix?
Yeah, I have had a similar issue. My browser (Firefox 22.214.171.124) would prompt me to open with/save as index.php or another php file. WordPress became completely inaccessible to me via both Firefox & IE. I had to remove the stats plug-in folder in order to login again. Had no problems before installing the plugin, and none since removing it. Too bad though, it could have been a very handy stats tracker…
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