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Hi! I Am Setting Up Clearml Server With Web Authentication. As Far As I Understand, Users Use Logins And Passwords Specified In Config/Apiserver.Conf To Access Webserver Ui And Key/Secret Key From Their Local ~/Clearml.Conf To Access Apiserver. What Is Th

Hi! I am setting up ClearML server with web authentication. As far as I understand, users use logins and passwords specified in config/apiserver.conf to access webserver UI and key/secret key from their local ~/clearml.conf to access apiserver. What is the use of all other security keys (CLEARML__SECURE__HTTP__SESSION_SECRET__APISERVER, CLEARML__SECURE__AUTH__TOKEN_SECRET, CLEARML__SECURE__CREDENTIALS__APISERVER__USER_KEY, CLEARML__SECURE__CREDENTIALS__TESTS__USER_KEY)?

  
  
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Aha! That makes sense. Thanks a lot guys!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

UnevenHorse85 , these are used by the server when generating security tokens for the browser sessions, and tokens issued to the clients who identify using their credentials.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

When are those keys used?

They are the default keys for internal access, basically just make up something, otherwise someoune could access the server with the default keys

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hmm, not sure. I guess i lack web security knowledge. When are those keys used?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Oh I see, these are to secure your server (basically we recommend you replace the default key/secret 🙂 )
Make sense ?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

I'm assuming you mean for the clients, right?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Correct 🙂

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Thanks! It means all of these are redundant if I use clearml.conf?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi UnevenHorse85

As far as I understand, users use logins and passwords specified in config/apiserver.conf to access webserver UI and key/secret key from their local ~/clearml.conf to access apiserver.

Correct 🙂

access apiserver. What is the use of all other security keys

To be able to configure the SDK client (i.e. clearml package) from OS environment and not clearml.conf file

  
  
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