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Yahoo! Mail source code
[Yahoo!] Update [July 3rd]: It seems like many people are running into this page and when they search for it they find my site. Just for your information this is a problem with Yahoo servers and your account has not been hacked or anything. This is basically Yahoo source code showing up. You can try contacting Yahoo! support if you want it to be fixed.

I logged out of Yahoo! Mail and guess what showed up instead of the normal flashy ads. Yes, their PHP source code:



Posted to Programming by pooya at April 11, 2007 07:53 PM
Comments

Posted by: Ehsan at April 11, 2007 08:58 PM

WOW! Through yours I found another one on 8/31/2006 here: http://www.52301314.com/archives/?article-131.html

Diff says this:

< // This is a hack put in place so that persistancy files are
< // picked from the regular html directory.
< // yinst packaging didn't allow for the multiple links to be created
< // with one single command.
< if($tstname == "tst_pst") {
< $tstname = "";
< }
<


Posted by: doobdoob at July 2, 2007 11:42 AM

/ Adding support for .partner via PHP
// If both .src and .partner are present, and .src=ym, then .src takes
// precedence, else .partner takes precedence. - Aanchal, Bug #368481
// Please note that if in future, a more complicated pprecednce has to
// be added, the priorityMap array from propTemplate.inc.ros and
// header.inc.ros should be used.
// Disabling the src=ym precedence over the partner user as ym is not
// converted in intls like ca and cf and users end up seeing the older
// login_verify page for ym. It is better if we show them the partner
// branding. - bug # 652617
//else if(($src != null) && ($src != "") && ($src == "ym"))
//{
//$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${src}";
//$res=include("/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${src}/login/${data['DISPLAY_FORM']}");
//}
else if(($partner != null) && ($partner != ""))
{
$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${partner}";
$res=include("/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${partner}/login/${data['DISPLAY_FORM']}");
}
else if(($src != null) && ($src != ""))
{
$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${src}";
$res=include("/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}_${src}/login/${data['DISPLAY_FORM']}");
}
else
{
$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}";
$res=include("/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${tstname}/${intl}/login/${data['DISPLAY_FORM']}");
}

// This check is put in place to avoid showing a blank login page
// when some test is set in common_login.conf and that test package is not
// installed on the machine.
// Ideally this should not happen. - Aanchal, Feb 3, 2005
// Bug # 305858
if($res != '1')
{
if(!is_dir($data['.abs_path'])){
// reset abs_path only if it didn't exist before
// a temp fix for ym logout issue
// Bug 1146959
$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${intl}";
}
include("/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${intl}/login/${data['DISPLAY_FORM']}");
}
?>


Posted by: Paula at July 3, 2007 01:40 AM

Yes but what does this mean?


Posted by: Paula at July 3, 2007 01:41 AM

Yes but what does this mean?


Posted by: Paula at July 3, 2007 01:44 AM

Yes but what does this mean?


Posted by: Robin at July 3, 2007 01:16 PM

I am also getting this PHP Code, when clicking on mail in Yahoo ,can any one advise on how to remove this message , so that I can then access my emails
Thx


Posted by: pooya at July 3, 2007 03:11 PM

Well, I don't know. It is a problem with Yahoo servers. You should contact Yahoo support.


Posted by: Gabriel at July 4, 2007 09:42 AM

I´m also coming to this source code page when I try to get into Yahoo mail. What I find strange is that I have this problem only with firefox under macosx. Under windows it works perfectly. Any idea????? (please. answer to my email)




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