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    Some android google apps send unencrypted authentication token, so they could be potentially be read in unsecure wifi and be used to login those google services.

    Does anybody know this is done in webOS?

    Catching authTokens in the wild - Universität Ulm

    Android apps send unencrypted authentication token - The H Open Source: News and Features
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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo21 View Post
    Some android google apps send unencrypted authentication token, so they could be potentially be read in unsecure wifi and be used to login those google services.

    Does anybody know this is done in webOS?

    Catching authTokens in the wild*-*Universität Ulm

    Android apps send unencrypted authentication token - The H Open Source: News and Features
    I think there are no authTokens libraries for webOS yet, but webOS encrypts its transmissions with Google with TLS.

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