You all have it wrong, technically he apologised.
Most, if not all, major web applications have implementation level protections against CSRF, such as random nonces in web forms that must be submitted along with any request. Those protection measures are effective against this new SSL man in the middle attack. Therefore, this vulnerability has minimal security impact for most websites and Internet users.
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you must be new here. half the stories on here end up like that
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It's called a Speak & Spell. See Wikipedia for more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speak_%26_Spell_(toy)