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When you use federated login, google appengine is behaving as if request came from the same google assets. This is a major hole. However it is recommended you use following login method.
EDIT: Just reported the bug with appengine groups. http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine-python/brows...
>>> They rolled out a fix at 12:30PT. <<<
Ok will read up on that, thanks for confirming. We still cannot repro the exact issue, however.
Here are our repro steps:
- Inside an Incognito Window in Chrome, created a new Gmail account, signed out, signed in and checked "remember me".
- In another tab, visited wattvision. Clicking my house brings up "wattvision uses google accounts for sign in" log-in window which asks for password.
Thanks for your help and support here!
Incognito mode is not the one you should test with.
UPDATE: We definitely want to fix this, we do not want to surprise or inadvertently sign up users. That's not our intention and we're not that kind of company!
UPDATE 2: Ok it looks like Google has updated their "federated login" http://code.google.com/apis/accounts/docs/OpenID.html since we implemented our login system, so we'll check against that and see what's up?
If anyone from Google is reading this and can comment/help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- home page
I went to the last page because I was curious that you had to register _before_ buying.
At this last page I saw my gmail username pre-populated in the form automatically which freaked me out (I didn't even know grabbing a visitor's google account name was possible) and I closed the page, I did not submit (voluntarily) any info. Then within a couple of minutes I got in my gmail account a welcome email.
I think this is way worse than spam, fix asap.
(I didn't even know grabbing a visitor's google account
name was possible)
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I am not sure if you wanna do federated login on appengine.
Edit: As of 12:30PM PST, we are now rolling out the fix. This should be relatively instantaneous.
Seriously guys how have you managed to get around Google's protections here? ;)
I think this was just discussed on HN too. There may be better input on that thread.
I'm speculating, of course, but it seems like a real risk to me.
I can only imagine the look on my meter reader's face if he saw a device like that attached to the meter.
One would hope that Wattvision launched(s) an education campaign aimed at the power companies to let them know of this device.
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1) Do not know how large that particular candy bar is. It could be a tiny one or it could be a huge one.
2) I have no idea how large that Reddit toy is.
Wind chill is the effect of cool air passing by a warm object taking away it's heat energy more rapidly than stagnant cool air surrounding the object.
Wind does not cause an object to get colder than the air around it.
$239 for hardware sensor
$8.99/mo for historical data
This is a great product. I'm delighted for you that you've launched it as a shipable unit after what I'm sure was epic work. But you just cannot sell to consumers on a website that look like that. Your homepage consists of a graph, for crying out loud.