Perhaps that in most cases, people only know about Pre-Compromise Security which involves hiring tons of security experts to guard a server/network but it's not that effective against insider or skilled malicious hacker as data protection law or non disclosure agreement is likely not going to have a restraining effect on them.
When people talk about post-compromise security, perhaps the first impression that people have in mind is that it's something based on cryptography. That's too narrow in my perspective.
(For example, we if talk on WhatsApp and the server gets hacked, our messages is still secure as WhatsApp can't read the messages. In general this is what people commonly think about when talking about Post-Compromise Security)
Now, let's have a look at what post-compromise security really is. After reading, people might feel that such security model is essentially a model that only "criminals" will use but that's up to people to debate and decide.
The listed approach in Post-Compromise Security is what I can came up with at current time. As time goes on, the approach will increase as well if I have the ability to further educate myself.
Google Form is a great tool to create forms quickly but, styling and customizing the form may be very limited. Thus, I decided to create a wrapper around the Google Form API by reversing the network. You can find it here Custom GForm - NPM. (Pssttt: It's only 13.7 kB in size)
Here's a sample of how you can redesign your form with CSS.
This library is meant for you if you:
- want to create a form in your website but do not want to host a database just for this purpose.
- embedded google form in your website but want to redesign it to match your theme/brand look.
Tutorial can be found at Github or NPM
Let me know if you need help or find this useful! 😃