Posted 24 February 2017 - 03:44 PM
Just giving you a heads up. Cloudflare has had a major vulnerability and memory leak that gave way to data and such to possibly being accessed by hackers the past months. And has been found recently.
Make sure you change your passwords just to be safe on all things like Discord, here, the 3dxchat site itself and anything that use Cloudflare as a CDN that you're signed up to for service.
Just letting you guys know just in case. Its always best to be safe.
Thank you Ash, for your concern and warning, however I received an email today from Matthew Prince, CEO of Cloudflare because I have several websites using their services. He stated that about 150 Cloudflare customer was affected, That's not a whole lot. He also added that none of my websites were among them. While changing passwords regularly is a wise thing, I think it would be great to know if Gizmo got any emails from the same that 3dxchat in any way has been affected or not.
Posted 24 February 2017 - 10:35 PM
Hackers will hack our accounts and then be all like:
" What the fuck. This game has not even updated since the last time we hacked it, Give these poor saps back their damn accounts. They already get the shaft bad enough."
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Posted 25 February 2017 - 06:32 AM
So, after this thread appeared, I tried to change my password three times, but the change has not been saved. Has anyone else experienced this today or am I missing something as I am sometimes wont to do.
It sounds like you are doing Forgot Password rather than Change Password. Login to the Members Area and click Change Password. Forgot Password will just send you your current password.
Posted 25 February 2017 - 06:48 AM
That is what I have been doing. Logging on to the website, using the form shown in your screenshot, inputting the old password and a new password twice, and then clicking the Change Password button. I will try it again to see. Hold on.
OK, I just tried again. It does not work. Has anyone been able to change their password this way today. Usually I am not this obtuse, but something seems strange to me.
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