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I don't know if this is due to a device bug (i dont think so), or due to Vodafone IN ( maybe) or due to some evil spirit residing in my phone (hmm..) ...
the thing is that each time i visit the google homepage, im randomly logged into someone elses google account. it happened when i:

logged in from fennec and from microB, and when i tried after logging into my own account as well as out of it.
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Does this happen when you're connected via Wi-Fi, GPRS or both?
 
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anyone interestings? (Possibley some vodafone/router cache?) - kinda cary though!
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Does this happen when you're connected via Wi-Fi, GPRS or both?
I've noticed it only during gprs usage recently, haven't got access to wifi for a long time.
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Originally Posted by noobmonkey View Post
anyone interestings? (Possibley some vodafone/router cache?) - kinda cary though!
The accounts that I've come across until now are mostly those of Indian users from what i gather by their names. So i guess they're Vodafone users in India.
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Presumably in that case Vodafone are maintaining a proxy cache that's also storing session cookies itself, which is a horribly huge security flaw. I'd contact them about it immediately.
 

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...And then contact the media and put Vodafone to shame!
 

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Post it to slashdot - they love that stuff!
 
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Definitely scary.
 
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