+1 Even I keep hitting this issue.Hope twitter guys make oauth
registration solid.

On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 8:48 AM, Bill Kocik<bko...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> I've seen this same (I believe) bug manifested in different ways, and
> it's come up on this list before. Twitter are apparently storing some
> sort of "return_to" URL or similar in your session, and sending you to
> it at inopportune times.
>
> A great way to see it in action is to click on the "Block this user"
> link when you get a new follower email; after confirming the block,
> you wind up at some random page you visited in the past (well, not
> completely random, it'll generally be the most recent page you visited
> besides the block page).
>
>
> On Jul 15, 9:52 am, Scott Carter <scarter28m-goo...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I believe that I have discovered a reproducible OAuth related bug.
>>
>> 1. Sign out of your Twitter account (from Twitter.com).
>> 2. Authenticate an app using OAuth (haven't tried authorize flow with
>> this issue).
>> 3. Go to Twitter.com and login to a different account than used in
>> step 2.
>>
>> I see the message:
>>
>> "Woah there!
>>
>> This page requires some information that was not provided. Please
>> return to the site that sent you to this page and try again … it was
>> probably an honest mistake."
>>
>> with the page URL showing:  https://twitter.com/oauth/authenticate
>>
>> When I revisit twitter.com, I am logged into the account from step 3.
>>
>> - Scott
>> @scott_carter



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