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BHW Problem

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by frazgta, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Sometimes this happens when i try to load BHW.

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    It usually returns to normal after a few minutes or so.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Beingakrant

    Beingakrant BANNED BANNED

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    I have never faced such a situation. Kinda muddling situation.
     
  3. Aaric

    Aaric Elite Member

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    Due to your slow connection in between you and bhw it seems.

    the text shown is from partially loaded page

    Is it taking much time to load?
     
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  4. ikstob

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    The pages look like that because the CSS Stylesheet is failing to load. If you look at the HTML code for BHW pages you can see that the CSS files come from "http://cdn.blackhat-static.com" which is an alias for NetDNA's Content Delivery Network.

    CDN's work by routing you to their nearest endpoint, meaning the server that gives you the CSS file is different to the one that gave it to me. On top of this the CDN uses short DNS-lookup expiry options (300 seconds), meaning every 5 minutes your computer will ask the CDN for the nearest endpoint.

    From experience I've found NetDNA's service to be a bit flakey, it could be connectivity issues between their endpoint and your ISP, another good idea is to clear your browsers cache. If it is an ISP <-> CDN issue these things tend to get cleared up quickly.
     
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  5. LBrown

    LBrown Senior Member

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    I've had it happen to me several time. It's usually gone when I refresh the page.

    I assumed it was because of chromium or maybe a glitch in my wifi.
     
  6. shailzrocks

    shailzrocks Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its the HTTPS.. Just remove the "s" and reload :)Happened to Me many times
     
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  7. wezzab

    wezzab Registered Member

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    Yes its loading speed/css as ikstop said above, it has happened to me, try and check you Upload speeds, not download as most people do

    Thnx
     
  8. allenpaul123

    allenpaul123 Regular Member

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    Just removed the https://www.blackhatworld.com/, actually its the problem with problem with firefox, it try to open some sites with secure connection, there might be some settings but I have no idea about it.

    EDIT: As mentioned by the above...i was checking posts as well :)
     
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    Have you tried using a different browser?
     
  10. tweakcoder

    tweakcoder Regular Member

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    yeah, agree with you, I use to do the same..
     
  11. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Removing s in https did the trick. Thanks Guys!