Roy, I will quote from
"We support responsible disclosure
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/responsible_disclosure> and we hope that
anyone who finds a potential security issue in our ecosystem acts with
discretion and forbearance"
For everyone else, yes protecting the secrets that you place in your tools
account is a good idea.
On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 7:53 PM Roy Smith <roy(a)panix.com> wrote:
I was poking around in /data/project/ just now,
looking for examples of
how other tools set up their django apps. I was surprised (well, only a
little) to discover that there's a few world-readable app.py files that
have their django_secrets embedded in them.
That's not a good idea folks. Secrets should not be stored anyplace
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