WWDC Keynote: HTML5 wide open for On-Rev & revServer
rman at free.fr
Tue Jun 8 11:19:40 CDT 2010
HTML5 local storage seems to present some security issues. At least raise
some serious ethical questions about how to use it and what for.
I think basically users will eventually get .. (censored) unless one build a
specific control interface to give that power back to users.
For Rodéo apps, if each user shares a space on a common shared server, than
all the local datas of user X are accessible to all different rodeo apps, So
far I understood. Not reassuring!
Though, it's not clear to me if the key is the domain name or the actual
server : if I open a site with domainNameY.com and the site is actually
hosted on host.com, what will be the local storage named?
What I understood is : host.com will be the "primary" key for all local
storage. And using sub folders will not allow to restrict the scope.
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