The Security page allows you to configure the security aspects of your environment such as
Basic Auth or
This page is divided into two major sections.
To protect your environment from unauthorized access you can enable and configure
Basic Auth settings on this card. This will limit access to your website to those visitors that have the correct
To add configuration for Basic Auth (login and password) click the
Add button on the right side of the card, as shown below:
This will open a modal with inputs corresponding to values for your Basic Auth configurations such as
password. Once you are happy with the values, press the
Save button. That will close the modal and enable the Basic Auth for all incoming traffic.
Apart from enabling the Basic Auth globally, you can also add IP addresses that will be whitelisted, which means that they will not need to provide basic login and password. To add them, click
Add IP Address button, as shown below:
You can allow an IP Address to bypass Basic Auth by adding it to either the IP Whitelist. Clicking the button will open a modal that will ask you to provide the IP Address you wish to whitelist from checking the Basic Auth, as shown below:
A newly added IP address will be added to the
Basic Access Authentication section just below the label
List of IP's and can be later modified or deleted.
The IP Whitelist allows you to restrict access to the environment to only defined IP addresses. After configuring it, only the IP addresses listed here will be able to view and use the deployed environment.
To add a new IP address to the list of whitelisted IP's, click the
Add IP Address button as shown below:
This will open a modal that will ask you to provide the IP Address that you want to whitelist.
After adding a new IP Address, it will appear in the list as shown below:
From here, you can modify or delete that IP Address by clicking the
Edit button on the right side of the IP Address element.