Clickjack Protection in Salesforce

Clickjacking is a type of attack that tries to trick a user into clicking something, maybe a button or link, because they perceive they are clicking something safe. Instead, the button or link performs malicious actions on your site leading to data intrusion, unauthorized emails, changed credentials, or other site-specific actions. Web pages become clickjacked …

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Salesforce Security Health Check

It is always essential that checking our salesforce org's security health check to moniter. Based on percentage of security we can comment on how better we are compliant. A summary score shows how your org measures against a security baseline, like the Salesforce Baseline Standard. The Health Check score is calculated by a proprietary formula …

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Caching in Salesforce Lightning Components

Caching data at the client side can significantly reduce the number of server round-trips and improve the performance of your Lightning components. Using the Lightning Component Framework, you can access server data using either server actions or the Lightning Data Service. Server actions support optional client-side caching, and the Lightning Data Service is built on …

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