Command SSL to read your web mail
[1/9] from: jmalv:hot:mail at: 7-Mar-2002 18:32
Has anybody used SSL support to read email info in Yahoo or hotmail accounts ? I currently use Yodlee service but would like to help build or test a client based system so that one can consolidate multiple account info without having to login to each account manually. I found Yodlee limiting and Rebol would add great flexibility for this task. Anybody interested ? Jose
[2/9] from: gscottjones:mchsi at: 7-Mar-2002 13:02
From: "j m"
> Has anybody used SSL support to read email info in Yahoo or hotmail
[3/9] from: jmalv:h:otmail at: 7-Mar-2002 21:45
Yahoo provides both clear text and SSL authentication https://login.yahoo.com/config/login?.src=ym&.v=0&.u=dapanbku8fk7a&.last=&promo=&.intl=us&.bypass=&.partner=&.done Hotmail is SSL only http://lc3.law5.hotmail.passport.com/cgi-bin/login
[4/9] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 8-Mar-2002 10:35
[5/9] from: jmalv:h:otmail at: 8-Mar-2002 1:21
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[6/9] from: gscottjones:mchsi at: 7-Mar-2002 17:23
From: "Graham Chiu"
[7/9] from: webmaster::windsweptfarm::com at: 27-Feb-2002 20:19
For those that need a sniffer to ferret out network traffic... If you are looking for a free sniffer then perhaps you might try: http://www.ethereal.com/ I have been running it for quite a while and the only problemI have encountered is the scrolling sometimes gets lock in and will scroll the whole log before you can gain control of it again. Not a big issue when you consider that it works like a charm otherwise. Scott Jones Said:
[8/9] from: jmalv::hotmail::com at: 8-Mar-2002 17:41
Re: Command SSL to read your web mail (Any HTTP / SSL gurus ?)
Why is this not working ? Do you think is the redirect ? I get invalid port spec error !! (the html form below works ok) Thanks =============================================================================== pass: ask/hide "Password ? " str: reduce [ "curmbox=ACTIVE&js=yes&lang=EN&frames=no&login=" login &passwd pass "&submit=GO" ] page: read/custom https://lc1.law5.hotmail.passport.com/cgi-bin/dologin reduce ['post str ] write %test.html page ================================================================================ <html> <head> </head> <body> <form action=https://lc1.law5.hotmail.passport.com/cgi-bin/dologin method=post name=passwordform target=_new> <input name=curmbox type=hidden value=ACTIVE> <input name=js type=hidden value=yes> <input name=_lang type=hidden value=EN> <input name=frames type=hidden value=no> <input name="login" type=hidden value="YOUR-LOGIN"> <input type="password" name="passwd" size="15" maxlength="16"> <input type="submit" name="GO" value="GO"> </form> </body> </html>
[9/9] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 3-Apr-2002 0:07
On Fri, 08 Mar 2002 17:41:54 +0100 "j m" <[jmalv--hotmail--com]> wrote:
> Why is this not working ? Do you think is the redirect ? > > I get invalid port spec error !! (the html form below > works ok)
Hi, Did you get any further with this? It seems once you pass the login page, it returns 6 rather long cookies, and sends you a redirect address which, at least in rebol, is considered an error. I've been trying to do this using a mixture of a bat file, cURL to post to the https logon page, and Rebol to dynamically write out another bat file with the parsed redirect address. -- Graham Chiu
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