Users owning their own data is powerful, but now let’s move into the use case where we want to build an application that displays data from other users, using an Indexer like Radiks.
There is no real way to sanitize data? Users can modify their data on Gaia directly, disable any verification done on input from the client-side? So is the only protection cleaning data before displaying it? this seems very difficult to implement in practice without accidentally screwing up, considering a console log could screw this up.
Does Gaia have some type of cleaning that occurs at its application level? before retrieving or sending out? but considering that a malicious player could modify this out as well. What’s the best-proposed solution?
Having a middle man server inspect all strings? Is there a way to do this while maintaining privacy?