Secure the Data Stored Within Your Application

Secure Your Node.js Web Application — by Karl Düüna (67 / 78)

👈 Securely Transfer Data in Your Application | TOC | Wrapping Up 👉

In the previous sections we looked at how to protect the data when the application collects it in the browser and when the application transfers it to the server. These steps focus on short-term protection because the data is present only for a short time. In this section, let’s look at how to protect your data for the long term. If you’re saving it in…

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