I never have understood very well, the different kinds of errors that show up in the SMF Error Log. But I've got one critical error which has me worried. It looks like maybe someone tried to hack into TP. At least that's my newbie interpretation. (Newbie as far as the error log.)
I apologize if this is really an SMF problem. I'm not sure how to tell. But since TPortal.php is the affected file, it makes me think it's about TP.
Here's the info you request:Link to my site: https://forum.inkscapecommunity.com/index.phpSMF version:
2.0.13 (I just noticed there's an upgrade, but it gives me some errors on installation, and I need to try and fix those. I used to have help with that, but not anymore. So it will take me a little time to sort it out.)TP version:
1.2Default Forum Language:
EnglishTheme name and version:
Aqua Style 2.0Browser Name and Version:
Firefox 53.02 (32-bit, although I'm not sure why it's not 64-bit...I'll have to investigate)Mods installed:
around 40 mods, could make a list if really necessaryRelated Error messages:
not sure which part you need, see below for whole thing
The user shown is Guest, with an IP address.
-- May 16, 2017, 08:32:55 AM
-- Type of error: Critical
-- Wrong value type sent to the database. Integer expected. (start)
-- File: /home/brynn/public_html/forum/Sources/TPortal.php
-- Line: 1039
Is that something I need to be worried about? Is there something I should do about it?
Thank you very much