I’ve been tasked with ensuring that our app doesn’t fall foul of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements that come into force for anybody storing EU citizens data after May 2018.
We basically need to ensure that we don’t store any user identifiable information otherwise among other things, we would need procedures in place for users to be able to request or delete the data we have stored about them.
I’ve seen the data-scrubbers option but I’m not sure whether it will be enough for these purposes.
Part of the issue is that we can get Node exceptions and they can often include paths, and paths often contain usernames:
The Node SDK automatically stores the
server_name which in the case of Electron apps is the machine name which can often be a name or a company
The new minidump endpoint lists all the modules loaded and some of these also show paths with usernames:
Do the Sentry team have any plans to help with this?