If you want restrict access to your ezVIS, add an access key containing login and plain or sha1 subkeys.

Using plain will bypass sha1 value.

login is a username.

plain is plain password.

sha1 is the SHA-1 hash of the password (so that it will not be stored in the settings).

Example for a pwd value of the password:

  "access": {
    "login": "user",
    "sha1" : "37fa265330ad83eaa879efb1e2db6380896cf639"

Warning: when you access the ezVIS report from the same machine as the one running the server, you will not be asked for your identity. This is to allow local:/// protocol to work, even when not knowing the password (see corpusFields).

Tip: to generate a SHA1, either use a Linux commande like sha1sum or shasum (be careful: don't integrate any carriage return, use ^D at the end of plain password), or online services like SHA-1 online