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I am OJS 2.3.4 for a scientific journal. Recently, when I browse through the site, my IP address is blocked by the web host. I could find out from the logs that the problem occurs when the file jquery.cookie.js is accessed. The problem appears to be due to a mod_security firewall rule which thinks that this is a scripting attack. My webhost has not heeded to my requests to change the firewall rule.
A similar error occurs in Drupal and there is a workaround suggested. Is there a similar workaround in OJS?http://drupal.org/node/522646
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