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  • Security and privacy are important, so we don't, and can't see your data, that is run on a websocket between your MQTT broker and your browser.

    @mkarliner, does this statemet imply that there is some secure layer in place (or shell arround the MQTT broker) that manages the communication between the display device - browser - and the MQTT broker and as well helps monitor and control the devices that (can successfully) talk to the MQTT broker?

    The communication between the browser and such a layer can be managed already now - becauyse the browser isn't as resource strapped as the sensor devices 'out there', but adding some of the same securing/privatising(encription) features to the devices creates quite a challenge.


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