Users on our site Jesse provide username and password and still can't
login. It has been like that all day. I feel your pain and wish we
could get back online quicker.

On Aug 6, 6:16 pm, Jesse Stay <jesses...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is also another nick against OAuth.  My users can't even log in right
> now because we're relying on OAuth for login.
> Jesse
>
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> On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 8:45 PM, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I have seen the same thing.
>
> > So, if you have white listed IPs that are still showing a rate limit
> > of 20,000, DO NOT use them right now.
>
> > After a few minutes of use their rate limits are cut down to 150 per
> > hour.
>
> > Dewald
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> > On Aug 6, 8:58 pm, Tinychat <tinycha...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > So, like everyone else I was receiving 408's from all our production
> > > servers. Wasnt sure what was causing it, but it turned out to be that
> > > twitter is blocking the IPs. Ok, must be related to the ddos stuff
> > > from earlier on- Must have gotten caught in the crossfire.
>
> > > So I go ahead and use some development servers to start sending
> > > requests- All is fine, for about a hour. They are blocked now. So to
> > > anyone out there, there is no point using a new IP- It will get
> > > blocked within a hour or so. I guess we have to wait for twitters host
> > > to fix it, or use actionscript/ajax to have the end user request the
> > > data himself (Which is what I am going to do) so its always a unique IP- 
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