So, I am a very new user to rclone and may have made a large mistake. Now to start out, I will explain I have created an rclone google drive and have NOTHING on the drive. However, I gave out perhaps the most sensitive rclone information there is (to my understanding): the entire config file for my drive, including access token information. There is nothing on the google drive when looked at through rclone browser, but I do not understand if there are other security implications at play here or what I can do to protect myself.
I do not have any other drives made in rclone, but I am concerned about someone being able to access my local data (on my computer, not on the web) or getting into other things. I was trying to obtain a large volume of documents for a graduate program I am working on and someone offered to push me the data by getting my rclone config file. This individual I somewhat trust, but I know they have a much better understanding of computers and code than I do.
Please, if you know much about this program, and I see a lot of you do, please tell me what might be at stake. It has been about ten hours since I gave the information out.