editable content admin yields chrome false positive about site password breach

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johnwayne
 
 
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editable content admin yields chrome false positive about site password breach

Post by johnwayne » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:10 pm

I set up editable content admin on a site, and using it yields a false positive warning from the chrome browser that the site's credentials had been breached. I separately went to google passwords and ran the scan provided there against my saved passwords, which includes that same domain and the report showed no listed breaches. I'm investigating further, but has anyone else experienced this? I would like for it to be simply a known issue vs chrome but I need to solidify that claim before I can make it to my clients.

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Re: editable content admin yields chrome false positive about site password breach

Post by Pablo » Thu Sep 10, 2020 6:16 am

It is difficult to say something meaningful about this without knowing exactly where the error is triggered by.
There are no known issues with the scripts otherwise they would already have been fixed.

Note the password is stored on the server and not sent to the browser.
But maybe you have not set the page extesions to PHP?

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