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Ability to disable security tokens

Steven Carlson shared this idea 7 years ago
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I need the ability to disable security tokens. I understand the security implications, but I have a legacy system still running that does not work with the security tokens. Your forcing users to enable them without choice has completely shutdown my employee's backend system and effectly shutdown my business.

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You can disable security tokens by doing the following:


1. Add disable-security-tokens=1 to /var/cpanel/cpanel.config

2. Restart cpsrvd

Comments (4)

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I join. Security is cool, but it should not interfere with the work. Administrator able to independently decide whether he needs it or not.

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This change broke several scripts used in our company for multiserver administration. I really regret the decision of forcing this and no longer be and option.

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Same here. I limit access to my ip only and this is a huge inconvenience. I hate working in phpmyadmin for hours at a time and then I go to save a form and I lose my changes becuase o the fraking token.

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You can disable security tokens by doing the following:


1. Add disable-security-tokens=1 to /var/cpanel/cpanel.config

2. Restart cpsrvd

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