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George Koniaris

Software Engineer. Amateur Photographer. Writing about what I find interesting.

Education

Bsc Computer Science

Work

Software Engineer at Guestflip

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What Should You Clarify Before Accepting A Job Offer

I also like to ask for any obligations/penalties I may have i...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hi there, Thank you for commenting! The way you proposed to...

Why I am unable to assert that an email has been sent from a laravel job?

Not sure about this, but try to set the email subject in your...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hi again! I think that EBS storage can be mounted to another...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hi again, If you deploy the new docker containers along with...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hey sciepsilon, Thanks for providing a so detailed descripti...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hey Jebin, First of all, it's possible to upgrade all server...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

I now see that the word "never" is a little bit absolute. In ...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hi Charles, That's exactly what I am trying to explain in th...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hey David, I see it more like storing a copy of your valuabl...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hey John, Thanks for commenting. I would not rewrite a piece...

Why you should never use sticky sessions

Hi Daniel, Thanks for commenting!! Sharable services can be ...

validate error using joi

I think the correct syntax is: return schema.validate(data)

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

Sounds very interesting. I will definitely give it a try.

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

Thanks Adnan, I usually store only backend logs on Sentry. I...

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

What I like really about bunyan, although I usually use win...

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

Just a comment about something that I forgot to mention in ...

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

Thanks, Antonio I am really glad that you liked it!!!

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hi Raphael, Thanks for mentioning this issue. It may not s...

NodeJS logging, from beginner to expert.

Thank you Jaime!!!

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hey Thibault, Thanks for sharing all this info. All these th...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hey Milebroke, Not sure which comment you wanted to leave ...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Yes, that's correct. I think it's useful when the client wa...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hi David, this is specific to sessionStorage. If you mean t...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Yes, it has been mentioned in other comments too. It’s a ni...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hi there, If you store data in a cookie, as JSON for example...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Nice approach

How to securely store JWT tokens.

So you suggest serving external js from another domain and ...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Also a small comment, I personally think that the endpoints t...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Nothing is 100% secure, but that would require that the att...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hello Lucas. I agree that this way you would be protected b...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

If it follows the oauth2 flow, you could redirect to the ba...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

OK, so I guess that backend was also making a request to ke...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Thank you very much. That's a very clever approach!!! I wil...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Can you give a specific example of how you authenticate (th...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

If your frontend is on the same domain as your API (or a fi...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

If you store the cookie with HttpOnly flag, Secure flat and...

How to securely store JWT tokens.

Hello there, Thanks for commenting. Cookies are XSS vulnerab...

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