I've got a jQuery database application (but I think this is really a JS / html-dom type question) that loads up a page and does tons and tons of ajax calls to get data and what not...
The page is static - in that it does only the single GET upfront to load the page - then you stay on it.
I want to code up a LOG OUT button that clear up stuff - and not allow someone who might come upon that browser session to do a BACK or examine the SOURCE - or use FIREBUG (if it is installed) to examine the data (I guess GOOGLE CROME has a FIREBUG like tool installed in it by default...)
For example I've got a global array that holds all my SlickGrid's and the source...
How would I go about clearing something like this so that it cannot be "examined later".
var g_objGrid = ;
g_objGrid[intGO] = new Slick.Grid($(strPanel)
I'm not thinking that I can simply launch to a new page - I think I've got to clean up after myself when they click LOG OUT.
Some of my clients run this app against sensitive medical and/or financial data - I want to make sure I'm cleaning up as much as possible...