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On 2 July 2011 22:20, JD <email@example.com> wrote:
> I understand that the browser is supposed to be able to display your files
> with the file:/// URL.
> to access my files. And my concern is that any web site can issue a
> are capable of doing.
I don't think you understand. Your browser can access your local
files. It is doing so via a file:/// URL. This is not a problem with
type in "file:///" into your browsers address bar manually and you
will see that there is no difference in the behaviour. I repeat, this
It is not a security risk because it is showing you the files you have
with it apart from sending *you* to the URL.
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