[logback-dev] QOS.CH Jira username is your email address
ceki at qos.ch
Wed Jan 18 06:40:16 CET 2017
Unless I am mistaken, you are not registered with QOS.CH Jira. The email
below was sent to all Jira users where username=email_address.
The default assigned user for logback issues is user named
"logback-dev at qos.ch" which happens to be the email address of this list.
Anyway, you can safely ignore my previous email below.
On 1/18/2017 1:04, Scott Babcock wrote:
> Thanks for looking out for me! Where is my user name set to my email
> *From:* logback-dev <logback-dev-bounces at qos.ch> on behalf of Ceki Gulcu
> <ceki at qos.ch>
> *Sent:* Thursday, January 12, 2017 4:35 PM
> *To:* logback-dev at qos.ch
> *Subject:* [logback-dev] QOS.CH Jira username is your email address
> Dear Logback dev list ,
> On the QOS.CH Jira instance issues can be browsed by anonymous users,
> that is without logging in. The Jira web-page for a given issue will
> contain the user name of the reporter as well as the user names for
> all those who commented on the issue.
> Thus, web-crawlers will be able to see user names on our Jira
> instance. This is acceptable as long as user names do not contain
> sensitive data.
> However, given that your user name matches your email address on the
> QOS.CH Jira instance, we fear that your email address may leak to
> anonymous web-crawlers (who can see your Jira user name).
> Please note that many other publicly accessible Jira installations
> suffer from the exact same problem.
> Modifying your user name so as to make it different than your email
> address should stop the aforementioned data leakage. Unfortunately,
> you cannot change your user name on your own. Only the Jira
> administrator can change it.
> In light of the above, if you decide to change your Jira user name,
> please let me know the user name of your choice by replying to this
> Best regards,
> Ceki Gülcü
> logback-dev mailing list
> logback-dev at qos.ch
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