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JcMagpie

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  1. JcMagpie

    Moving from HTTP to HTTPS

    You are using a custom template which is calling many of it's resources from http: sites. You can either go back to the person you got the template and ask for an update to a SSL version or edit all the files to replace http with https and if they all have https alternatives ( and they probably will) you should be fine.
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    Removing fake customers

    In my testing I could not get the code to break by simply removing data or messing data up in either the customer table , customer_info tabel or both.. The code just simply did not allow you to select the broken customer in admin/ customer So in Frozen which is what I did the testing the code is fine. Must be somthing else going on.
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    Removing fake customers

    Yes Jack provides the edits for 3 pages, But you can add code to other pages.
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    Moving from HTTP to HTTPS

    Sorry for second point you need to check and make sure your admin config seeting match your redirect. Or try stock redirect. RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off [OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\. [NC] # this makes it a permanent redirect RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [R=301,L]
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    Removing fake customers

    Happy to report installed @Jack_mcs HoneyPot yesterday and this morning problem site has seen a 90% reduction in spam. The stuff still getting in is geting past Google reCaptcha as well so I think the sod's are doing manual spamming as well. Still very happy with results. Thanks Jack
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    Moving from HTTP to HTTPS

    You have mixed content on your site. Use browser inspect tool to see it. Edit the relavent files and replace http: with https:
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    Removing fake customers

    I think that could be the case as I can not reproduce your error by removing data from a test account. You should take one or two of the emails and see if they are linked to any orders! As I said the emails look valid but names are jibrish as if they have been over writen by a script. I would also run a virus scan on your db and site.
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    Removing fake customers

    😊 it is what it is. I did a few checks on my test site and I was unable to produce the error you have by simply removing data from customers or customer_info tables or changing it. The only way I was able to brake customers deleat was by chnging a customer id so it did not match that in customer_info but all that did was stop that customer from beeing selected. So I would say somthing else is going on with your db.
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    Removing fake customers

    looking at your error codes you get, which would point to an issue in the data that is beeing merged posiably id's not matching up?
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    Removing fake customers

    That's not relavent if your using CE as they all say 2.3.4.1! But if you go to admin/tools/version checker it will show you somthing like this,
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    Removing fake customers

    ok that would explain that 😂
  12. JcMagpie

    Removing fake customers

    I'm not sure they are fake accounts! You bettter check first! Looking at some of the email used I would say it looks like your database has been comprmised and some data overwriten.
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    Removing fake customers

    ok it's odd but looks like the fake accounts have no dob set! Have you checked?
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    Removing fake customers

    No all you need to do is deleate from customer table.
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    Removing fake customers

    That data looks fine. I would simply back up your database and then deleat one of the bad accounts. Log back in and check if all is well tthen simply remove the others. compare it to stock data.
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