When I first signed up for CODA, I spent quite a bit of time on the community pages. One of the random posts I encountered (I believe it was written by @Paul_Danyliuk) described the way CODA docs are loaded into the client-side browser.
Over my head a bit, technically, but my understanding from the post was that any person who had view/comment access to a doc… could simply right-click the page,
inspect element and download your entire docs worth of data from the browser’s
Obfuscated or not, that kind of sucks.
Does this security update address that issue?
If it doesn’t, then that means CODA is still not secure enough for a lot of use cases where you would want to share some data and protect sensitive data within the same doc.
Please let me know if I’m completely off base here or not understanding CODA’s technology stack well enough. To me, that issue/feature/bug makes using CODA to work with outside/untrusted collaborators a definite no-no. Would be great to be wrong about this because I love CODA for all my personal and internal team stuff.