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Saved answers 4 years 8 months ago #71106

  • janokary
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Hi guys
I am confused with "saved answers".
I made a closed survey and a token (token=1).
So when I access my survey in this token lets say at
http://mydomain.com/index.php?sid=67725&lang=en&token=1

and leave the answer incomplete I can always see the answer for this token with this link.
  1. Is that a security issue;
  2. Why should I save my answeres in order to access them again if the above solves my problem (ok I would be transferd to the last ansered question)
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Saved answers 4 years 8 months ago #71116

  • DenisChenu
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Hello,

Did you activate "Token answer persistance" ?
Maybe you don't close your browser, then the answer are saved in cookies.

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Saved answers 4 years 8 months ago #71153

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Token answer persistance is activated
You are right, I am wrong

But.
If I run the same survey for the same token is an another machine (actually I did that in chrome's igognito window)
I get another blanc survey to fill.
So this will result two answers for the same token.
Is that right?
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