Today I was browsing reddit.com/r/programmerhumor and came across this highly viewed post showing a website as an example of "How not to do user registration." I laughed at the post, then almost moved on...
But then, believe it or not, I found out the website in question was Webflow after reading a user comment who researched it further.
The good news is that the poor approach to user security was (apparently) quickly fixed after someone posted about the weakness on Webflow's Facebook page. That Facebook post is now deleted.
The bad news, and my question here for the Webflow team today, is how can I trust that Webflow is responsible enough to handle my personal information after this recent display of poor user registration?
I have credit cards and passwords hooked up to your services, Webflow, and I am shocked to see you took such a poor approach to user security. I am now worried about my privacy as a paying user of Webflow and would like some reassurance that my valuable information is in good hands. I am now worried and concerned that other parts of your website (beyond user registration) have major security flaws that put my private information at risk.