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5 months 3 weeks ago #8940 by Timeforsmilin
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Hi Jose,
I don't really like just marking all files as safe, as I usually look to make sure they are part of something I updated or installed. I do this 50 or 100 files at a time, and this time I got a new message, but I didn't get locked out! I've attached it below.

I have 4 files with suspicious patterns, so I ran them against Oopswat; what do I do with them now? My only choice is to mark them as an exception, even though they are safe.

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Louis
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5 months 3 weeks ago - 5 months 3 weeks ago #8941 by Jose
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Hi Louis,

 Is there something that populates the white column that I see below the Add Exception button? 

Don't know what is causing this. Will do some further investigation.
EDITED: I have been checking your website and I don't get the white column,even changing resolution...

and this time I got a new message, but I didn't get locked out! I've attached it below.

This message belongs to a server security module named mod_security. There is something in the query launching a rule but only your hosting provider knows what is. You must contact them.

I have 4 files with suspicious patterns, so I ran them against Oopswat; what do I do with them now? My only choice is to mark them as an exception, even though they are safe.

Yes, you must add them as exception. This way will be excluded from next scans.

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Jose
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5 months 3 weeks ago #8944 by Timeforsmilin
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Hi Jose,
It's a Chrome problem! Firefox displays the page correctly without having to collapse both left menus. Here are inspect captures from both browsers, and another with the white column of Chrome.

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5 months 2 weeks ago #8945 by Jose
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Hi Louis,

I think I know what' happening: tables are too close to the "div" where buttons are allocated and this causes the blank square in Chrome:
 

Please, try the following: using the inspector select the table and change this
<div class="table-responsive overflow-x-auto margin-top-10">
to this
<div class="table-responsive overflow-x-auto margin-top-30">

This should give the table enough space to fill the entire div, not showing the blank square. Confirm this solves your issue; anyway I will add this fix to the next version.

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Jose
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5 months 2 weeks ago #8953 by Timeforsmilin
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Hi Jose,
Sorry for the delay in testing this.
As soon as I open the inspector, the button is relocated correctly. Changing to 30, works after closing the inspector, but naturally reverts on reloading the page.
I hope this helps!
Cheers,
Louis

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5 months 2 weeks ago #8954 by Jose
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Perfect Louis!

This will be added in the next version :)

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Jose

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