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    rotblitz

    DNS-O-Matic credentials are the same as for OpenDNS. Your password must not contain special characters reserved for HTML encoding/escaping.

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    mcampbellsmith

    rotblitz perfect.  My issue was too many special characters that were reserved.  All good now once I've updated my OpenDNS password.

    There should really be a note about that when updating/changing passwords as OpenDNS allows all special characters.

    Thanks!

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    linfidel

    I use ddclient on linux (Mint), and got similar failures - bad authorization.  I tried everything, and finally removed the line "ssl=yes" from my script, causing it to use HTTP rather than ssl.  That fixed the problem.

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