Easy. If the Default or Anonymous entries in the Access Control List are set to Read, anyone can see the IDs that are attached to the person documents. This highlights the fact that Domino/Notes is a very secure system IF IT IS SET UP CORRECTLY. Leaving names.nsf wide open for reader access is a known problem, and smart hackers know to look for it.
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