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Any client side restriction can be circumvented by an attacker. No client side restrictions should be relied upon to protect private data. These facts apply to all systems, and the fact that you are using Angular 8 doesn't change anything. In practice what this means is that your server should not return any data that the logged in user should not access. ...


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In Angular: Routing guards not provide security, however this still depends on the way that the full-stack of your application is built, we still need to be careful and not allow the api/application to load authenticated data for unauthenticated users. For example, if you guard a route, let's call it my-account in this case, by saying that only ...


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UPDATED I cannot answer for every ISP or even most of them. I'll look at what they could store and talk about reasons you'll never really know what they actually store. Bottom line: If this is a worry for you, then assume that yes. Your plaintext traffic is stored. And take measures to protect it. TL;DR What's an ISP Broadband provider Cell service ...


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Directly? No. By your scenario's definition, the "bug" is local to the computer and not a matter of a bug in its networking or communications (because it doesn't have that function). But if the computer is accessible by other means, then once access is gained, the bug can be exploited. That's why it is still very important to update applications even if ...


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