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Lightning Talk: “Using Cookies to Store Your Postman Secrets”

Lightning Talk: “Using Cookies to Store Your Postman Secrets”

Storing your secrets in Postman environments might not meet your security requirements. See how you can levarage Postman cookies instead.

Miguel Calles, Cybersecurity Engineer at VeriToll

Miguel A. Calles

Cybersecurity Engineer


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