Is long Adobe.com Login link safe?

New Here ,
Oct 17, 2014 Oct 17, 2014

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Sorry, I don't know what "community" to put this in, as it's about Adobe's website, not software.

I'll go ahead and paste here. FYI, I cleaned out cache and history, then open new website window for adobe.com, then click on LOGIN in upper right and noted the following URL in addr bar, and wonder if it's safe, and why it's so long?


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Most Valuable Participant , Oct 18, 2014 Oct 18, 2014
It's perfectly OK - due to the way the AdobeID single-sign-in operates, there's a bunch of parameters that are passed via HTTP GET instead of cookies or POST data, so the URI tends to be huge.

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LEGEND ,
Oct 17, 2014 Oct 17, 2014

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As long as the domain name is adobe.com I would assume that it's save.

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New Here ,
Oct 17, 2014 Oct 17, 2014

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Sorry, but that doesn't help what I want to know. I want to know why login isn't simple adobe.com addr, why all that extra is added and what it means.

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LEGEND ,
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Basically these parameters tell the login procedure where to redirect after a successful sign in.

But honestly I have never seen this, as I am always automatically signed in when going to http://www.adobe.com/

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Oct 18, 2014 Oct 18, 2014

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It's perfectly OK - due to the way the AdobeID single-sign-in operates, there's a bunch of parameters that are passed via HTTP GET instead of cookies or POST data, so the URI tends to be huge.

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