Noticed today, that when I click on my WP portfolio page it locks up, and won´t load the pictures, leaving my whole blog locked for several minutes. I´ve also noticed, that this takes another of my WP pages (completely different domain, hosting and WP setup) offine at the same time. I´m sure it´s some sort of malware, but I can´t find out exactly what it is.
Have people experienced this?
Also, what security plug-ins do people trust? What is the best one for searching and removing infections?
This is really annoying now. I´ve deleted all files, and started again with a new database. It seems any page with lots of pictures freezes the whole site (//visualoriginal.com/portfolio/)and also freezes my other site at centroeducativoguadiel.es…. Does anyone have any theories? Really need help with this.
Now, all I´m getting is….
You don’t have permission to access / on this server.
Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache Server at //www.visualoriginal.com Port 80_
I presume because of the number of requests on the server. Really have no idea what is going on!!
check with your host about any possible server issues they might see on their end, also try disabling your plugins and reenable one by one if things go back to normal. To have a better idea or clue of what might be happening i’d suggest installing a local copy of wordpress(MAMP if ur on a mac) and run your site there, then check your error logs for better clues //stackoverflow.com/questions/5214751/mamp-show-server-logging-in-terminal
I could really do with some help on this one, because I still haven´t found a solution. Godaddy say it´s a scripting or ISP issue. The guy who wrote the theme says he´s never seen a problem like it. I´ve removed deleted wordpress, deleted the database, and started again…still the same issue, in that on the portfolio page //visualoriginal.com/portfolio, it locks up, and also locks up my page at centroeducativoguadiel.es.
All plug ins have been deleted, so it´s not that.
I’m seeing long img sources referencing two HTTP sources…is that normal with WP?
Timthumb is not an “out of the box” feature with WordPress, so would assume that’s a plugin. Could as well be the source of the problem, cause when I load the page, the images don’t show. However when I go to straight to the URL of those images, they do show up.
@Orangeboy: even though you say all plugins have been disabled, I wonder where that Timthumb stuff comes from then? Maybe it’s part of the theme? Try activating another theme just to see if that loads your page at least.
I think it is definitely something to do with tim thumb. It´s really odd. If you go to visualoriginal.com/portfolio and inspect it, it gives out 500 and 504 errors, but if you post the image address into a browser it goes to the image!!!
Does anyone have any ideas. I´ve gone though so many fixes with Timthumb, that I don´t know what to do next.
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