Re: Privacy of crash reports
> For those who are concerned about the security and privacy of their
> code, it would pay to think twice before submitting a crash report
> from TortoiseSVN. I did submit one, and found that that report was
> publicly available and downloadable on the Internet for a time. I have
> a screen shot of the offending page at markmail.org if any of the
> TortoiseSVN developers want to confirm this.
> Hopefully a developer will be able to let me know how access to these
> reports is controlled and what data is collected.
Alredy mentioned before and fixed:
btw: that was not our fault - tigris gave them access to all mailing
list archives, but they didn't check the privacy settings of the lists.
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Received on 2008-11-10 21:38:34 CET
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