OpenID has warned of bugs in its authentication technology that create a possible means for hackers to modify data sent between sites. The flaw is noteworthy because many high-profile sites – including Google, Yahoo! and Flickr – use the technology so that once users have logged into one site, they aren't constantly prompted for …
Blakes 7 not Doctor Who first
Didn't that craven coward and master thief Vila do something similar once - turned a rejection into an acceptance - to open a gate. "i work quicker when I'm scared"
OpenID credits security researchers Rui Wang, Shuo Chen and XiaoFeng Wang with discovering the flaw.
You mean that OpenID didn't sue them to kingdom come. What sort of organization are they running here :-)
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