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Linus explains his point of view on this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZ017D_JOPY

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Markdown support would be nice :)

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There's a premium version [1].

1: https://www.dashlane.com/premium

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Disclaimer: I work there We don't use any APIs, we just get in there with a headless browser (phantom) and mimic the user actions to change his password.

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Won't you get targeted by anti-bot systems pretty quickly? Are you doing these changes on the user's computer or in the cloud?

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>> Are you doing these changes on the user's computer or in the cloud?

I'm surprised this wasn't covered in the blog or FAQ. Seems like an important detail that security-minded customers would care about.

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Thanks, sums it up pretty good.

And somehow makes it even more magical than when you read the docs.

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Thanks, very nice little software.

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From what I understand, this is basically the same idea as OP, technically speaking.

Except the UX is sexier.

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This seems long dead, also didn't find a link to the source code.

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Source code: https://github.com/servalproject

Activity: (1) https://github.com/servalproject/batphone/commits/developmen... (2) http://developer.servalproject.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=cont...

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Shodan[1] does just this. I guess script kiddies all around the world are abusing it.

[1]:http://shodanhq.com/search?q=cgi

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems that on Debian (7 at least) /bin/sh is a symbolic link to /bin/dash.

The issue is so wide spread because usually /bin/sh links to /bin/bash...

I don't know if Debian and Ubuntu are the only *nixes using Dash instead of Bash.

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