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Re: Any.Do sends passwords in plaintext
From: Peter Lustlos <peter.lustlos84 () yahoo com>
Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2013 16:24:28 -0700 (PDT)

As of recently this security hole has been silently fixed.

 From: Peter Lustlos <peter.lustlos84 () yahoo com>
To: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk 
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:57 PM
Subject: Any.Do sends passwords in plaintext

Any.Do transmits Passwords in plaintext.
== Some of you may be interested to know that the Task Management and TODO-list Application, Any.Do, happily transmits 
your password and just about everything else in plaintext. They were even so kind to include a README.md documenting 
exactly this "feature": >>> Login

* Right now, the only form encoding call done to the server is the login process.
* Only POST is supported.
* The parameter *_spring_security_remember_me* should always be specified.
* Password is not encoded/encrypted in the request.

Endpoint: /state-manager/j_spring_security_check

POST parameters:

            j_username: <email>,
            j_password: <password>,
            _spring_security_remember_me: "on"
    } Just to verify this is actually happening I made use of wireshark: 
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