On 01/18/2021 11:21, Bruce Bowman
On Mon, Jan 18,
2021 at 01:59 PM, Glenn Glazer wrote:
Help me out here, because I'm not sure how your
recommendation solves the problem you state. Let's say there are
separate links in the email as you recommend. Let us then say I
forward my email to Joe. Joe clicks the link and votes without
logging in. That's the same result as in Mark's recommendation.
Yes, this person clicking on a vote in a forwarded message has
cast a proxy vote in your name, which is bad (and which I already
But it's not nearly as bad as having him remain logged in, so
that he could subsequently change your subscription options,
unsubscribe you from groups, post spam, or any other number of
nasty things -- with your name attached to it.
Aha, gotcha. Yes, continued impersonation of the authorization would
PG&E Delenda Est