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From: dramacrat (yirimyahgmail.com)
Date: Thu Sep 10 2009 - 22:17:57 CDT
2009/9/11 Dan Kaminsky <dandoxpara.com>
> Beyond that, most web applications that do use SSL, still forget to set
> their cookies to secure (see
> http://fscked.org/blog/incomplete-list-alleged-vulnerable-sites ). Not to
> mention the hordes of sites that have SSL logins off HTTP pages. Even the
> oft-repeated "well, the attacker won't get the plaintext password" claim
> falls to the attacker who inserts some screen or keyboard sniffing JS into
> the login page.
> That being said, there probably is some class of attacker that can only do
> passive monitoring as opposed to active interception. But it's not exactly
> a quantization to hang one's hat on.
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 5:36 PM, awf awf <lol-wut-hurrlive.com> wrote:
>> And? Every web application sends passwords as plain text unless they
>> are using SSL. Pretty much any "encryption" that they may do client side
>> that isn't SSL is meaningless. I hardly see how being able to sniff
>> passwords from a site that isn't using SSL is big news.
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