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I have an issue.

When a user logs in and copies the url in the browser, then emails it
to a *friend* who opens it up in a new browser. The *friend* is
logged into the system as the user who sent the email!!

Hiding the URL is is good because ofcourse you can right click and
grap the url from the propoerties page, and I want a better fix than
this (pls dont suggest disabling the right mouse button).

In the jsp session I am passing a UserWebModel object which is holding
all the important details.

How can I check a different browser is being used?
Is there some browser id like a session id?

Thanks
James
Jul 17 '05 #1
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JayC wrote:
I have an issue.

When a user logs in and copies the url in the browser, then emails it
to a *friend* who opens it up in a new browser. The *friend* is
logged into the system as the user who sent the email!!

Hiding the URL is is good because ofcourse you can right click and
grap the url from the propoerties page, and I want a better fix than
this (pls dont suggest disabling the right mouse button).

In the jsp session I am passing a UserWebModel object which is holding
all the important details.

How can I check a different browser is being used?
Is there some browser id like a session id?

Thanks
James


Jul 17 '05 #2

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