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New security flaw in Google

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:pinch: oh well hope google will fix this asap

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This is good for me if I can find out how, so I can get the passwrod back from my old acount, which is teh same password for an old s/n i cant get onto.

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I always used pricegrabber or pricewatch but it still sucks.

OT: nice sig APLardi

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Oh wow!
I am definetly curious how a simple javascript can cause exposure of gmail accounts.

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[quote name='figgy' date='Jan 14 2005, 05:19']Oh wow!
I am definetly curious how a simple javascript can cause exposure of gmail accounts.
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Gmail is written fully in JavaScript

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hope google fixes this soon. i just used froogle earlier too. :(

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[quote name='Coolme' date='Jan 14 2005, 00:37']Gmail is written fully in JavaScript
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Not entirely, the interface uses a lot of JavaScript. You can't make a webmail with 100% client-side code.

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:/

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Yikes. Hoping they fix it ASAP.

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well, now we know why gmail is still officially beta
:laugh:

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[quote]well, now we know why gmail is still officially beta[/quote]
Just to clarify, the problem isn't in Gmail, it's in Froogle.

The problem isn't just spread to Gmail either, but I guess in all their services sharing data under the google.com cookie.

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[quote name='Jugalator' date='Jan 15 2005, 00:14']Just to clarify, the problem isn't in Gmail, it's in Froogle.

The problem isn't just spread to Gmail either, but I guess in all their services sharing data under the google.com cookie.
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Ok then...now we know why Froogle is still in Beta.

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[quote name='the_snitch' date='Jan 14 2005, 20:23']Ok then...now we know why Froogle is still in Beta.
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:p

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how do I do this ive lost my passowrd to my other gmail account :s

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This is not bad, because I dont use Froogle!

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Like... thats EVIL :p

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sh** happens :p

:D

Anyway, this kind of bug is not a big deal, there is a lot of php freescript with this kind of bug, it was (and sometimes it IS) relly easy to steal a cookie from forum or anything else. And the problem is not only in the free script, but also in forum like vbulletim etc...
I sure that froggle will corect this bug very soon... It's a matter of time.


*** sorry for my crappy english.

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Good that I don't use froogle..

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i like froogle but ive been using the yahoo shopping search more and more lately. to me, the interface just seems more intuitive. my 2 cents

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I use both Froogle and Gmail, hope they would get it fixed soon.

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[quote name='FaX' date='Jan 14 2005, 13:26']how do I do this ive lost my passowrd to my other gmail account :s
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Start searching on Google ... :shifty:

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same for me cant find it tho

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[quote name='Jugalator' date='Jan 14 2005, 12:14']Just to clarify, the problem isn't in Gmail, it's in Froogle.[/quote]

Actually, it's both.

The idea is to create secure products. That includes making it secure to any other programs (or scripts) installed on the system and from other users on the system.

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Google will fix it asap, hopefully.

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