Query regarding the HttpContext.Items usage to store sensitive information

I am currently looking at writing a middleware to help with a multitenant app and split data between a databases per tenancy. I been doing some reading and looking at examples online and I see a lot of people use the HttpContext Items to hold data. Such as a DBContext or tenant information.

Is using the httpContext items for that purpose a correct usage? In terms of the items in httpContext, are they “viewable” to the end user in some manor or is anything you add in is only accessible by server?


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