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Posted on 12-03-08 03:19
Okay, I was busy one day downloading a bunch of stuff for my firefox browser, right? Well I downloaded a referer spoofing application and now every time I try to log into HBH I get a 'Malformed Request" error.

The exact wording is:

Malformed Request

Please check that no referer spoofing applications are active and try again.
<address>Apache Server at www.hellboundhackers.org Port 80</address>

So I uninstalled the referer spoof program, restart my whole computer, and restart firefox. What hapens? The same malformed error shows up :/ What happened? It was working fine until I downloaded this application, but it's gone now, yet the error persists...

Please help, I hate IE....


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Posted on 12-03-08 03:23
Wat version of firefox are you using?
latest upgrade?


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Posted on 12-03-08 03:25
Yes, why?




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Posted on 12-03-08 06:48
Hmm, try downloading the ref spoofer again and removing all settings from it. Perhaps the old ones weren't removed when you uninstalled ^^ otherwise you could try reinstalling firefox.


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Posted on 12-03-08 07:58
uninstall the referrer first.

to do this go to: tools -> add-ons, click on it, select the offending add-on and choose uninstall


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Posted on 12-03-08 09:58
Okay, so far:

1. I've re-installed the referer spoof program, disabled everything and uninstalled it.

That failed...

2. I uninstalled firefox and re-installed it.

That failed...

3. I've rebooted!

Still failed -.-

I've tried everything...any other ideas? :/ What exactly IS a malform request error anyway?? Dx


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Posted on 12-03-08 10:45
what OS?

delete either

~/.mozilla
or %user%\AppData\Mozilla



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Posted on 12-03-08 17:57
I'm using Vista currently (I know, don't worry, I has Linux xD)

~/.mozilla
or %user%\AppData\Mozilla


Where would I find those? o.o




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Posted on 12-03-08 20:50
sircx wrote:
What exactly IS a malform request error anyway?? Dx


HBH uses this method as protection against CSRF attacks run from other sites ^^

You could also try removing ALL entries containing "firefox" from the registry Wink


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