Changes for page Security

Last modified by Simon Urli on 2023/12/26

From version 5.1
edited by Silvia Macovei
on 2010/03/03
Change comment: Document converted from syntax xwiki/1.0 to syntax xwiki/2.0
To version 5.2
edited by Silvia Macovei
on 2010/03/03
Change comment: Fixed Title; Changed TOC

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4 -**Contents**
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11 -= Security =
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13 13  It's important you spend some time understanding the different settings you can modify to protected your wiki.
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15 -== Admin password ==
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17 17  Make sure you either change its password or remove that user.
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19 -== Superadmin account ==
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21 21  XWiki provides a superadmin account. It is special, because:
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34 34  Using this superadmin account is useful when you cannot log in anymore, for example when you forgot your admin user password, if you messed up some rights or if you have deleted your admin user by mistake.
35 35  {{/info}}
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37 -== Cookie Encryption Keys ==
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39 39  When a user chooses to be remembered when he logs in, a cookie is saved on his machine. The cookie is encrypted so that nobody having access to it can see the username/password. This encryption is done using 2 configuration parameters located in the //xwiki.cfg// configuration file. This file is located in //WEB-INF/// in the XWiki WAR (see the [[Installation>>AdminGuide.Installation]] for where it's installed).
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