For PyCon we have our crash messages go to a mailman group so that people working on the site would be aware of issues. This saved us many times. But sensitive information would some times come up such as login passwords and fields we did not want going on the list.
the solution was to mask these POST fields when an exception occurs and is being handled. This is simple drop-in code which will mask the values of POST arguments which contain keywords (such as 'password', 'protected', and 'private').
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from django.core import signals from django.dispatch import dispatcher ## Case Sensitive!!! MASK_IN_EXCEPTION_EMAIL= ['password', 'protected', 'private' ] def clean_request_for_exception(signal=None, sender=None, request=None): masked = False if not request or not request.POST: return False mutable = request.POST._mutable request.POST._mutable = True for name in request.POST: for mask in MASK_IN_EXCEPTION_EMAIL: if mask in name: request.POST[name]=u'xxHIDDENxx' masked=True break request.POST._mutable = mutable return masked dispatcher.connect(clean_request_for_exception, signal=signals.got_request_exception)
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