Re: [blug-prog] Python for User Interface
- On Mon, 2 Aug 2004 15:08:57 -0500, girishan shanmugam <g4giri@...> wrote:
> This reminds me of a slashdot article that came up recently , I wonderAh, so it's been a known issue since 1999.  I wonder why they kept
> if y'awl caught a XUL spoofing vulnerability in Mozilla
it at status condidential until recently.
This issue is somewhat like saying that a trusted user-installed
native Windows or Linux application can spoof the Windows Control
Panel or the Nautilus, and get the user into a trap. Well, of course,
it can! So?
Just like the OS, the browser is a programming environment now. Sounds
scary? Use Lynx.
- --- a a <regn20032@...> wrote:
> Hi,Some corrections with respect to my previous mail.
> I have a requirement to get certain additional
> information when the user logs in to the Linux
> I implemented it using PAM conversation fucntions.
> They work with the login program. But they dont
> work with KDE and GNOME based login. It seems both
> and gdm haven't properly implemented PAM
> fucntionality and prompt for username and password
> before calling pam_authenticate(). Is there any work
> around for this problem?
The PAM conversation works properly with gdm. The
problem is only with kdm,xdm.
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