[OT] gmail behaviour
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at comcast.net
Thu Feb 28 10:06:12 EST 2008
repeat the same process you WILL notice that the two pages are
ie. Switch to HTML
TYPE in the missing "s" after http so that it is now https://
I would stay in Standard View and let the JS handle the encryption OR
just type in the missing "s" and use the secure HTML View.
On Feb 28, 2008, at 9:57 AM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
> If you type the missing "s" after http in Mail it will take you to
> the https:// page BUT it is not secure!!!! It is heavily reliant on
> Look at the source code for each view and you will see they are both
> the SAME code. http:// & https:// source is identical.
> And they both point ONLY to the original http:// NOT to any
> https:// at all.
> From the source code view do a search for https and you will find
> nothing but just http will show the actual targets from within this
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