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Post by NFLD.Republic »

Would it be possible to add a login for the MX settings so that they cannot be edited so easily?

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Post by mcrossley »

In theory I could, but it would still be over http so any password would be sniffable.

The sledgehammer option for now is to just rename the files in the /interface folder.

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