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Why the downvote? This is extremely relevant. There is no 100% security, there is no reason to store sensitive information (even "encrypted").

Had this been a session token the problem would have been less severe (session tokens won't be reused on the user's Gmail account for instance), easier to detect, and easier to mitigate once discovered.




> Why the downvote?

Probably because of this:

> Hmm. Seems on par with the security of pretty much every angularjs site i've seen. Moving on.




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