I was going to post this comment:
I really hope everything goes well for you. I think this could be a very useful post to many people, but I also think there might be enough information/context on this page to maybe compromise your security if it's seen by eyes that must not see it. It has received a lot of attention in just 2 days, and that's double-edged. Maybe I'm just paranoid, but I'd recommend deleting it, and someone else creating a more anonymized version of it later (give it 6-8 weeks). Good luck!
The OP couldn't delete her question if she wanted. Seeking for guidance she did the right thing and found a very supportive community here (kudos to all of you!), and all those votes and reputation points and badges awarded are warranted, but worthless.
Now that the rest is in the OP's hands, this post with 37K+ views and a trace on Twitter has become somewhat dangerous.
The post could be edited-anonymized, but the edit history would remain publicly available. Comments could be deleted but they still technically exist.
I have flagged this post with a custom flag that says just about what the unposted comment says.
Is there any other option?
I clicked this post in the Hot Questions bar, I'm normally a Code Review critter. I created an account here just to flag the post for attention, because maybe the OP hadn't considered the possibility that the post becomes so popular that eyes that must not see it are forwarded a link to it, be it in two months or in two years.
Again, maybe I'm just being paranoid, but if that post ends up seriously backfiring on the OP, ...we won't let that happen. Right?
I'm deliberately not linking to that question. With the amount of views it has, you know which post I'm talking about.
PS - Nice site, I might hang around and spend some votes ;)