I am learning about microservice security and I wanted to see if Netflix really logs me out. While logged into Netflix, I opened
https://www.netflix.com/YourAccount and in inspector viewed headers I am sending.
After copying the headers, I logged out -> opened Postman and issued the same request with the copied headers. The result – I could see my account information so the tokens were not revoked.
Is it a standard to keep auth tokens hanging?
Doesn’t it make user of the site more prone to attack?
I have this problem with Netflix. please help me to solve. in German.
Fehler F7355 Auf Computern sehen Sie neben dem Fehlercode F7355 häufig auch die folgende Meldung:
Hoppla, da ist was schiefgelaufen … Netflix-Videoplayer nicht verfügbar Leider sind bei der Wiedergabe von Netflix in Ihrem Browser Probleme aufgetreten. Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie die offizielle Version von Firefox verwenden. Dies deutet meist auf ein Problem mit Ihrem Browser hin. Die Verwendung von nicht unterstützten Browsern kann zu Problemen mit dem Player führen, den Netflix zur Wiedergabe von Titeln verwendet. Befolgen Sie die Lösungsschritte unten, um das Problem zu beheben.
So I've been constantly seeing this trailer of a new Netflix documentary – American Factory and I would like to watch it, but unfortunately it's not on my Netflix, which means I have to switch libraries, does anyone know which library it is? Also, my friend said Surfshark works fine with Netflix, but that was like 4 months ago, maybe some of you have tried it recently? I'm considering buying their subscription so would be good to be sure before I commit. I know ExpressVPN and NordVPN…
American Factory – how to watch on Netflix
Recently my gf told me she was receiving errors when trying to go to netflix. I took a look and the certificate is super wierd saying it is self signed. Why could this be happening? She only uses the computer on our home wifi. She does not know how to self sign certificates so there is no way she did that herself either. I can’t for the life of me figure out the reason that is showing up and I’m concerned because that is a pretty bizarre thing to see… I don’t know if she has been MITM but I don’t see how that is possible when she is trying to access netflix through our home network. Our home network is a 15 character password. What are some reason’s this could be happening and what can I do to investigate this?
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Galera estou acostumado a usar o java com spring boot, e lá tem um oss da netflix muito bom para fazer uma boa arquitetura cloud de micro serviços com o eureca, ribbon, hystrix dentre muitos outros recursos.
Alguém sabe ou conhece algo equivalente a isso em NodeJS?
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I have 2 different ids working on my phone, the old one have subscription of 50Gb cloud data + netflix and the new one have apple music, please note both netflix and apple music are family subscirptions from my account hence 5 other members also have some data in their account, and i don’t want to get rid of anything from my account (Downloaded songs from apple music). Please help
This is something that happened to me a few months ago. I don’t know if it is a hack attempt, although I can’t think of any way that there could be any danger or any personal information gained.
I don’t have a Netflix account and never have done. I have a Gmail address which I have never used for public communication. Suddenly I started getting email to this Gmail address from Netflix – not a “Welcome to Netflix” email or one requesting address verification, but what looked like a monthly promo for an existing account. This was addressed to someone with a different real name, with that name not similar in any way to the Gmail name.
After a few of these messages I decided to investigate by going to Netflix and trying to log in with that email address. Using the “forgotten password” option I was able to get a password reset email, change the password and log in. The account appeared to be from Brazil, with some watch history but no other personal details stored and no payment information.
Soon the emails from Netflix started to ask me to update payment information. I didn’t, of course, and then they changed to “your account will be suspended” and then “your account has been suspended”. The “come back to Netflix” emails are still coming in occasionally.
I don’t see how this could possibly be a phishing attempt – I carefully checked that I was on the real Netflix site, used a throwaway password not used on any other sites, and did not enter any of my personal information. I also checked the headers of the emails carefully and they were sent by Netflix. So is this just a mistake on somebody’s part, mistyping an email address (although it’s surprising that Netflix accepted it with no verification), or something more sinister?
Allow administrators to limit the number of simultaneous sessions per user role.
Assuming the session limit is 1, if a user is logged in to a Drupal site from their work computer and they log in from their home computer, they would be forced to either log off the work computer session, or abort their new login from home.
I have used Session Limit module but its not working for drupal 8.
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