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This very much depends on what you mean by "security review". From the comments I guess this was handled by a general sys admin rather than a specialist in the past, so it's perhaps likely that what you need is just a relatively high-level review. The sorts of things you could check for relatively easily before sending out an update would be Malware. ...
so it could be that you've got an instance of a known rails bug as there was recently an XSS issue in internationalization. CVE-2013-4991 In the first instance, if you can, I'd recommend upgrading to a patched version or applying the workaround in the link above.
No it is not something to worry about. The network tab does not store anything. It's literally showing you the data that you are sending out over the network. As you can see, the network connection to Google is secured with HTTPS, so anyone sniffing on the network will only see encrypted data.
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