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  1. The symptoms all point towards ProcessWireUpgrade. It does have a login hook for checking available updates, after all. I'd first check outgoing HTTP(S) connections and, if those work and are performant, possible DNS lookup hickups on the server. The message about SchedulePages is normal, as it's not listed in the module repository.
  2. It's the page of the hosting company where the (not linked) PW driven site runs. Strato is one of the oldest and biggest European hosters.
  3. Ah, sorry, I missed a hint in your screenshot. The module won't do anything applied to the file descriptions. You need to add the Textformatter to the textarea field that uses the images.
  4. Hi @Leftfield, I'm not sure what the reason could be, so I've added logging to the dev branch of the module. You can download it here. With debug mode on, it logs to "imgdatauri".
  5. Three possible solutions: Add a whitespace after the closing PHP tag Add an empty line after the closing PHP tag Output a real line break. In your example, you're putting a literal \n in the source, outside of PHP. Use <?= "\n" ?> instead.
  6. You need to expand the parent select and navigate to the assigned parent. When you hover on that, you should see the "unselect" button.
  7. You can use https://processwire.com/modules/fieldtype-runtime-markup/ for that.
  8. Can you try the latest release (0.2.0) and let me know if that fixed the issue?
  9. Published to GitHub and pending approval in the module directory.
  10. Here's a small module I wrote a few years ago and was asked to share in the module repo. TextformatterImgDataUri This Textformatter checks all images in the field's markup for images under a certain size and converts those from links to data URLs, i.e. it embeds the image data itself. This can be handy when you cache whole pages and want to cut down on the number of requests. Original post with the module code:
  11. The default URL would be http://yourwebsite.com/processwire/. If it was changed to something else at installation time, and you have access to the database, just look in the table "pages" for the row with the id "2". The value in the "name" column there equals the path to the admin page.
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    I wonder if @ryan was ever contacted about this. I've tried to come up with a scenario where the URL injection mentioned in the CVE can become exploitable, but I'm having a hard time. When you can intercept a communication to that level and modify the message body, you could just forge the necessary requests, supply them with the intercepted session information and use the built-in module upload functionality. That's why we have DANE, so the communication stays confidential even if you're routed through untrustworthy networks. I've sent a rejection request to MITRE with the following rationale:
  13. Comments.php isn't loaded automatically. It's only included when FieldtypeComments is loaded. The quickest way to access all the auxiliary classes for this fieldtype is to load the module by calling $modules->get('FieldtypeComments');
  14. When you use file_get_contents with the filename property, there won't be an extra http GET, as it will recognize the local path and use regular file system IO. It's only when the argument to file_get_contents starts with a protocol schema indicator (http(s):// etc.) that it uses the network wrapper.
  15. It worked, but it's a pretty roundabout way to go about it, as the server performs a http GET for the SVG to retrieve its contents. But my bad, path is the wrong property. Try "filename" instead.
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