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  • How I can set UI user password?

    I have installed the standalone and I can't understand what is my password for the UI panel. In the integration.conf I have added following

    [paths]
    ui_path = /home/user/imunify360
    ui_owner = user:user

    [pam]
    service_name = system-auth

    [malware]
    basedir = /home
    pattern_to_watch = ^/home/user/.+?/(public_html|public_ftp|private_html)(/.*)?$

    [web_server]
    server_type = nginx
    graceful_restart_script = /usr/sbin/nginx -s reload
    modsec_audit_log = /var/log/nginx/modsec_audit_log
    #modsec_audit_logdir = /opt/modsecurity/var/audit

    Do I need to add a user/password here?


  • #2
    Hi,

    Have you tried root and password for it? You may also try to generate a one-time auth link using guide from this article.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bogdan.sh View Post
      Hi,

      Have you tried root and password for it? You may also try to generate a one-time auth link using guide from this article.
      Hi, I am not using root password, using only the key and yes I am using one-time auth link but it is not a proper solution. There is no other way to set a password?

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      • #4
        No help from forum?

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        • #5
          Hello mi2,

          I hope you are doing well.

          According to this the default authentication method (command) of IM360 is login-pam (system-auth). A method that's being used in order to check the provided credentials and returns a token for USERNAME if PASSWORD is correct.

          That being said, on the stand-alone version we can either pass the list of administrators through the integration script or use root. But in both cases, the system passwords will be used for authorization.


          Indicatively,​

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          The possibility of setting hardcoded​ random credentials inside the configuration while expecting them to work, is not, currently, an option. As for that i would suggest reading this article.


          Kind Regards,

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