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omar_almudaries says

I tried today several time to sign in to enter Graphicriver website through Google chrome browser but I couldn’t. but I can sign in through Firefox and Internet Explorer normally.

I sign in successfully from Videhohive from Google chrome but when I switched to Graphicriver take me out (Sign out automatically)

Please advise

Thanks to all

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purethemes says

I tried today several time to sign in to enter Graphicriver website through Google chrome browser but I couldn’t. but I can sign in through Firefox and Internet Explorer normally.

I sign in successfully from Videhohive from Google chrome but when I switched to Graphicriver take me out (Sign out automatically)

Please advise

Thanks to all

I have the same thing – I try to login in Chrome and it just takes me back to homepage :/ I’ve cleaned all cookies etc. Firefox is ok.

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TylerQuinn says

Still cannot log into any of the marketplaces using Chrome.

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mordauk says

Hey infuse01,

So you can’t currently log in to any of the marketplaces using chrome?

Mark :)

I can’t login with Chrome at all on one of my computers. The other works fine. I’ve cleared all caches and cookies.

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KingDog Staff says

Anyone want to drop me one of their Support ticket numbers?

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aaranmcguire says

I HATE to bring this up, but…

I’ve just been logged out, and had to re log in, and then asked to change my password.

How exactly does it know that my password is weak? Is this based on time since it was last updated, or by actual strength of the password. If it’s by the strength of the password, how can it know it’s weak without 2 way encryption or storing of plain text passwords?

You have a good point there, unless it does a one off check on login.

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notahat Dev says


I HATE to bring this up, but…

I’ve just been logged out, and had to re log in, and then asked to change my password.

How exactly does it know that my password is weak? Is this based on time since it was last updated, or by actual strength of the password. If it’s by the strength of the password, how can it know it’s weak without 2 way encryption or storing of plain text passwords?

You have a good point there, unless it does a one off check on login.

That’s exactly what it does. We store passwords hashed, so we can’t decrypt them.

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phpdude says



I HATE to bring this up, but…

I’ve just been logged out, and had to re log in, and then asked to change my password.

How exactly does it know that my password is weak? Is this based on time since it was last updated, or by actual strength of the password. If it’s by the strength of the password, how can it know it’s weak without 2 way encryption or storing of plain text passwords?

You have a good point there, unless it does a one off check on login.
That’s exactly what it does. We store passwords hashed, so we can’t decrypt them.

Perfect, just thought I’d doubley make sure :)

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