[wp-testers] OT - Anyone else seeing porn here?
zamoose at gmail.com
Fri Nov 21 16:55:12 GMT 2008
Logged in and I see this (HIGHLY REDACTED, I took all the nasties out):
On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 11:47 AM, Kim Parsell <kparsell-wp at kpdesign.net>wrote:
> Hi Lloyd -
> The url I see this at is: http://groups.google.com/group/wp-testers
> I can see the porn whether I am logged into my Gmail account or not, so
> that's not having any effect. That Gmail address isn't on the membership
> list for the group.
> If you use Firefox and have the Web Developer toolbar, you can click "View
> Generated Source" and should be able to see it. I can see it just by click
> "View Source" from the WD toolbar.
> I can provide all of the HTML to you, but I'd rather not include it on the
> list. Is it okay to email you privately and send it?
> Lloyd Budd wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Kim Parsell <kparsell-wp at kpdesign.net>
>>> Yes Lynne, I'm able to see it too, and I was able to find it in the
>>> code as well. The links are to a subdomain on googlegroups.com, and the
>>> images you see are being hosted in imageshack.us. Tell Lloyd to look for
>>> following in the source code - it's the beginning of the table which
>>> all of the porn material:
>>> <div class="layout">
>>> <div class="layoutregion">
>>> <div id="g_body" style="overflow: auto;">
>>> <div align="center"><table style="border-top:1px solid rgb(128, 0,
>>> 0);border-left:1px solid rgb(128, 0, 0);border-right:1px solid rgb(128,
>>> 0);border-bottom:1px solid rgb(128, 0, 0)" cellpadding="8" width="900">
>>> Hope they're able to figure this out and get rid of it.
>> Thank you Kim, one of the 1st messages on the testing list that
>> actually helps test and resolve this issue. Unfortunately, I still
>> can't see it neither logged in, or out, with an account that is part
>> of the group or one that is not. Can someone provide a specific URL
>> where they see it? Are the logged in to Google? Part of the group?
>> Provide a bigger part of the HTML. (I'll probably end up having to
>> just report it to Google, hoping they can fix it.
>> What a cool problem to flex your problem identification skills
>> (unfortunate about the distasteful images) ;-)
>> Aside, the Google group is neither official nor unofficial. I use it
>> to ease searching the archive. Anyone can make a (public) archive of a
>> public mailing list -- there is a great tradition of this. Thankfully,
>> Google group does a better job then most tools of minimizing email
>> address harvesting.
>> Thank you,
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