After the reports of the huge security flaws in Cisco's Webex browser plugins, I've uninstalled all of their browser plugins and would rather run it directly from the command line.
I've figured out that the following seems to work for me but it's really brittle:
"$HOME/Library/Application Support/WebEx Folder/T31_TC/Training Center.app/Contents/MacOS/Training Center"
The big question is how the browser plugins injects the name of the conference or how my authentication information into the WebEx application.
- It doesn't seem to be through environmental variables at least.
- I can't get dtruss to work with it to see what files it is opening.
Anyone figured this out? Thanks much if so.
Aha. I see the following file that seems to hold a bunch of params.
"$HOME/Library/Application Support/WebEx Folder/T31_TC/webexparameters.txt"
I see the following entries there:
- Plaintext password (not really _secret). More Cisco security prowess:
- The conference name in many, many places. One is:
- Plaintext email address in many places.
Anyone else gotten farther than I?