Your logon is saved in a cookie on the machine that you are running on. If it did not do this, every time that you clicked a link in javaranch and it opened another browser window that required knowing your logon ID, you would have to logon AGAIN. That would be REALLY irritating.
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Do not use a password that you would be afraid to reveal to anyone.
Originally posted by G Vanin:
Am I stupid or what?
Where is the warning that my passwords are being saved in palin text on a client side?
What is the sense of password that someone wants to reveal to everybody?
Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Well. . . I COULD tamper with yours I suppose . . .
(no Cindy . . don't DO it, just don't do it . . .Cindy slaps her hand)
I already found Javaranch's cookie (it has the name email@example.com) and it contains in palin text my password and my user name!!!
If it is being done in such a way: users should be warned about it, do not you agree with me? Because saving people's passwords in public PC to publicly accessible shares without any warning is very-very unpleasant fact