Title: Securing API Keys and Cookies in Web Development Tools and Practices

In this meeting, the participants discuss the issue of API key security and the importance of keeping sensitive information secure. They mention that anything sent to the front end, such as a web browser or app, should be assumed insecure and readable by malicious actors. They emphasize the need to store API keys securely, such as in a controlled vault or back end system like Xano. The participants also discuss the use of cookies or similar authentication methods to handle requests and ensure security. They mention that well-behaved e-commerce systems wait for the user to accept cookies before sending out data. The meeting ends with one participant expressing curiosity and gratitude for the helpful information provided.

(Source: Office Hours 2/23 )

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