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Kloxo Server Module for 1.3 Reworked - AutoMod Module
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NOTICE:
This module comes PREINSTALLED with THT 1.3.5 Reworked! PLEASE do not install it on 1.3.5 Reworked. You don't need to.

Module: Kloxo Server Module for 1.3 Reworked
Module Version: 1.0
For THT Version: 1.3 Reworked
Author: Na'ven Enigma
Website: http://thelifemaster.com

DESCRIPTION:
This adds the ability to use THT with a Kloxo server backend. In addition, this module fixes the varchar(20) error where the username can only be 20 characters long in the servers section. Its now set to a reasonable 255 character limit.


PREREQUISITES:
AutoMod: http://thehostingtool.com/forum/thread-1754.html
AutoMod Patch 1: http://thehostingtool.com/forum/thread-1767.html


Attached Files
.zip   navens_kloxo.zip (Size: 21.36 KB / Downloads: 903)
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See my GitHub at https://github.com/cozylife
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#2
I found information inside 'Instructions.txt':
Quote:Kloxo is wierd when it comes to setting it up. (At least in comparison to WHM.) The commands are sent through the auxiliary account you set up in Kloxo. So, you'll need to set up an auxiliary username and password in Kloxo. On the main page when you log into Kloxo, click the Auxiliary Logins under Resources. Cleate the login on that page and you'll see the username is something like accountname_auxiliaryname.aux. You'll need the full accountname_auxiliaryname.aux to be used as the login, not the username you entered when you set up the login. Odd, but that's what Kloxo looks for. Your password stays the same of course, but your auxiliary name will be set to lower case.

But, I didn't found problem for setup THT without 'Auxiliary Login'. Just enough using 'admin'.
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While I agree that using 'admin' works, it's very unsafe to use. Who knows, a 0-day exploit might be found and could expose your password in plain-text.
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(09-16-2012, 03:20 AM)Liam D. Wrote: While I agree that using 'admin' works, it's very unsafe to use. Who knows, a 0-day exploit might be found and could expose your password in plain-text.

How about when using SSL?. Still 'very unsafe to use'?
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