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Do I need to implement additional security measures for my self-hosted container web app?

You're not describing any security measures, except that you have long passwords and use HTTPS. This is a good starting point, but it's far from comprehensive protection against common attacks. Server ...
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Is it possible to protect browser credentials from malicious processes?

In general, no. Not only do you have to worry about attacks on the data storage (from privileged users or other processes running under the same user as the browser, never mind hardware), you also ...
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"Duplicate" of Chrome Tabs causes stale tokens

Security-wise, as long as you've got strong anti-CSRF protection, cookies (with Secure and HttpOnly, of course) are the way to go. They're simpler (less room for error), scale to arbitrary numbers of ...
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"Duplicate" of Chrome Tabs causes stale tokens

The first option (storing the tokens in HttpOnly cookies) is slightly more secure. The Web Storage API (consisting of localStorage and sessionStorage) gives any script that runs in a particular origin ...
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Why would an application I've never used show up on my NAT sessions?

The most likely way that snapchat shows up is, that some page you visited contains content from snapchat, e.g. https://www.snapchat.com/spotlight/W7_some_randow_characters. Note that if you use a ...
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