Sorry, but there is no way to run at elevated privileges from the client-side, and if there was a way, it would be roughly 0% secure.
Depending on what you're trying to achieve, there are some ways that you might be able to work around it.
For instance, if you can do it from a workflow, SharePoint 2010
workflows can do an impersonation step which runs as ...
You need to add custom script to hide the sections. Inspect all sections and get the class. Hide them using jQuery based on condition. You can do it using 2 ways:
Develop an extension which will hide the marked section if user do not have full control permission. This is best practice approach. Use below link to getting started with extension
Have you enabled HTTP Strict Transport Security on the web application? You can run below command to get the status (true mean enabled & false mean not)
$wa = Get-SPWebApplication https://sharepoint.example.com
If it is not enabled then you have to enable it on web application level. run the below ...
Implement SSL and on the SQL side, TDE. You can also encrypt the Azure disks (ADE). What you're asking for isn't feasible and better solved via other means that make your environment more secure as a whole.
Manage trust is only needed if you like to consume/connect two different/several SharePoint farms to be able to communicate or share some services between them. If you only have one farm, you don't need to bother with those settings in CA.
From Microsoft's official documentation:
In SharePoint Server, a farm can connect to and consume a service
The short answer is no. From the offical docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/planning-hub-sites
Hub sites do not alter an associated site's permissions.
For permission inheritance between hub site and associated sites, You can open a new post about it in userVoice.
It is very difficult to say what is wrong from your description you are not specifying what ssl error you are having.
Below you have option how to get to the detail of the error, but what I would suggest is to rebuild the OWA server.As you mentioned you inherited the farm and you are not familiar with the standard operations, this way you will be sure that ...
Even if it will be just usual site I guess that browsers will alert the users, that some part of content goes through http on https page, here is an example - [https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18327314/how-to-allow-http-content-within-an-iframe-on-a-https-site]. So even if MS allows this, its easier to just have this certificate, than without it, the ...
Our experience is that after setting the above suggested settings, users could still share and copy links to those without access and it broke permission inheritancce (even broke it when the recipients already had access).
We found that on top of disabling sharing you need to change all users from 'edit' permissions to 'contribute'.
The edit permissions ...
I am doing it in SharePoint 2016, maybe someone wanna know you can load only groups from current user.
using(ClientContext ctx = new ClientContext("http://MyServer/sites/MySiteCollection"))
var userGroups = ctx.Web.CurrentUser.Groups;
return userGroups.Select(a => a.Title).ToList();