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A Gmail exploit which might be abused to allow domain hijacking has reared its ugly head once more. The reported vulnerability revolves around the potential ability for hackers to create a malicious filter without needing to obtain the login credentials for a Gmail account. A flaw of this type hit web designer David Airey back …

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I didn't think

anyone who valued privacy was stupid enough to use gmail for anything but the most trivial and insensitive of communications. I guess equating ignorance with stupidity could be seen as a bit severe. Whatever, the result is the same.

Don't use web based email services for private and sensitive communications.

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Anonymous Coward

a title shouldn't be required

As far as I'm aware (and I could well be wrong), gmail is still in beta.

Anyone using a beta product for something that is important to them is pretty stupid.

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Paris Hilton

@adnim

as opposed to receiving email through the post?

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@AC (Paris)

No, silly. As opposed IMAP or POP3. Please remember, the web is not the internet.

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Go

Oh well..............

may as well ditch gmail, its obviously no good. In fact I don't think I'll bother wit t'internet anymore - back to paper and pen...if only I could find a post office. Ha!

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@Paul

Thank you for educating AC. I just couldn't be bothered.

But even with IMAP and POP3 although less susceptible to 3rd party snooping and thus more secure, If the email is not encrypted...

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