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I've noticed this also. Depending upon DST here in the US I should be either -5 or -4, but when I hit auto detect it puts zero in instead of -5 or -4. Yes my computers clock is right and also for some strange reason -5 or -4 don't give me the correct time for my time zone.
[sarcastic] Maybe they support (Can't think of the persons username.).[/sarcastic]
Posted: January 24th, 2012, 02:35 AM
Re Mybb logo: this?
lol, what's it supposed to mean? That they target the Man on the Moon? What about us Earthlings?
@Nao The only thing that I can say is so far I like all the logo designs so far. To me even a pile of coal would look great compared to the stuff I'd ever throw together.
I have the feeling that they might be back up sometime in the future. http://blogs.wsj.com/tech-europe/2012/01/20/spanish-anger-at-fbi-megaupload-closure/
- Removed MegaVideo from Aeva's video site list. In case you didn't hear on the news, it would seem that they're gone for good... (Subs-Aeva-Sites.php)
« on January 14th, 2012, 01:56 PM »
My ISP's DNS resolver's suck I can't even visit my own website without having to use the IP address or use the hosts file to resolve it myself. I never got around to check to see if I could get it to resolve using a third party DNS service though.
Though I do have an other idea besides SHA256 and SHA512. During the install have it set so that the person can choose which hashing algorithm they want to use setting SHA1 as default and provide a note that states if converting from something like SMF 2.0 that they should use SHA1. Though if you still see fit not to change it at this point in time I can make the changes myself when wedge comes out.
I should also note that if we made anything above SHA1 default, that's *even more* users who will have to go through password-upgrading on conversion, a factor that won't exactly endear convertees to Wedge, though it will be entirely accurate in that it will indeed upgrade security.
The only reason that I can think of is that at the age that sha-1 is how much longer is it before it becomes like md5 cryptographically un-secure.
For what reason, though? There are also side consequences, like performance and compatibility to contend with.
Ah okay. Something I had planned to use was either sha256 or sha512.
None at this time. SHA1 of lowercase username and password should be enough for now, and the password upgraded accepts plenty more types...
If you're thinking to something else, what and why?