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  Reply # 990537 19-Feb-2014 15:12
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I've only used that on PCs, I didn't know they had a mobile client

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  Reply # 990541 19-Feb-2014 15:14
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lyonrouge: I've only used that on PCs, I didn't know they had a mobile client


You run it on your pc and filter the requests from your mobile device on the same wifi network.





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  Reply # 990542 19-Feb-2014 15:15
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ah, of course

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  Reply # 990544 19-Feb-2014 15:20
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lyonrouge: ah, of course


To answer the OP heading though; yes...

At the very least it's riddled with CSRF vulnerabilities which allows for some interesting exploits..





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  Reply # 990702 19-Feb-2014 19:38
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lyonrouge:
PaulBags: Would still appreciate secured logins & for https to not just redirect to http.

Oh well, I don't think much of trademe anyway. Been years since I bought anything there, and longer still since I sold anything.


They requested I login and update my address valuidation, but it's still unencrypted. I wonder if their mobile application is also unencrypted? Is their a way to tell?


I just tested the latest TM android app and it appears to do SSL properly. (It's doing proper SSL and I can't MITM it with a fake certificate)



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  Reply # 990833 19-Feb-2014 23:25
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Considering how much TM charges these days I would expect state of the art!





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