Re: Can a website grab your userID or email address from javascript or any such means?

From: those who know me have no need of my name (not-a-real-address@usa.net)
Date: 01/10/03


From: those who know me have no need of my name <not-a-real-address@usa.net>
Date: 10 Jan 2003 01:58:46 GMT

in comp.security.misc i read:

>I was amused by the fact that the securityfocus.com website (yes, the
>maintainers of Bugtraq) thought it was appropriate to require visitors to use
>Javascript, given the number of flaws they've reported associated with it.

i stopped visiting when that happened, haven't been back since. worse, as
i remember it had some msie specific crap too.

>[I don't know if they still do require javascript]

ditto.

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