#666 esniper doesn't recognize "Reset your password" page

v1.0 (example)
closed-fixed
nobody
None
1
2014-05-27
2014-05-25
vicvic42
No
    Automated esniper bug report.
    esniper version 2.29.0
    libcurl/7.32.0 OpenSSL/1.0.1g zlib/1.2.8 libidn/1.25 libssh2/1.4.3
    Error encountered in function ebayLogin in auction.c line 487
    auction = 151305765356, price = 28, remain = 0
    latency = 0, result = -1, error = 19
    buf = 0x1d25b70, size = 6397, read = 0x1d25b70
    time = 1401034785, offset = 0
    pagename = "Reset your password", pageid = "(null)", srcid = "(null)"
    specified options or config values:
      2 x username(u) = ***
      2 x password() = ***
      2 x seconds(s) = 5
      2 x quantity(q) = 1
      1 x (f) = "esniper.auctions"
      2 x reduce() = 1
      2 x bid() = 1
      2 x debug(d) = 1
      2 x batch(b) = 0
      2 x logdir(l) = "~vic/esniperlogs"
    unknown pageinfo

Discussion

  • vicvic42

    vicvic42 - 2014-05-25

    Hmm this is a false positive it seems, password reset request due to ebay breach.

    Please cancel this ticket.

     
    Last edit: vicvic42 2014-05-25
  • Bodo

    Bodo - 2014-05-26
    • summary: Ebay changed the Login page again, it seems :( --> esniper doesn't recognize "Reset your password" page
    • status: open --> open-postponed
     
  • Bodo

    Bodo - 2014-05-26

    Please attach the file esniper.*.html as instructed by the bug report.
    I don't have the time now, but it may be possible to recognize this page and print a normal error message instead of a bug report.

     
  • vicvic42

    vicvic42 - 2014-05-26

    The html file is attached

    but I suggest to close this ticket because this is a one-time problem

     
  • Bodo

    Bodo - 2014-05-27
    • status: open-postponed --> closed-fixed
     
  • Bodo

    Bodo - 2014-05-27

    fixed in 2.31.0 (to avoid more duplicate bug reports)

     
    Last edit: Bodo 2014-05-27

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