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Re: [Full-Disclosure] GMail logout (not sure if you could call it a vulnerability)
From: Nico Golde (niongmx.net)
Date: Tue Jun 22 2004 - 06:35:54 CDT
* QoDS ec <QoDSecgmail.com> [2004-06-22 13:22]:
> for example consider the following invite link:
> if you change it to the following:
> Any of the following digits
> could change
> you will be automatically logged out and as it seems you will have the
> login name of the email of the person who did the invitation.
> Not sure if there is anything evil you could do about it but just a
> minor bug that should be fixed.
i think this is not really evil.
if i remind correctly this email address is also in the invitation
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