Commit 4cc8b1dc authored by Ziirish's avatar Ziirish

extended ACL are disabled by default (fix #248)

parent 44951c63
......@@ -4,9 +4,9 @@ Changelog
Current
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- **BREAKING**: the *BASIC* `ACL` engine will now grant users on all agents if they are not explicitly defined
- **BREAKING**: the *BASIC* ``ACL`` engine will now grant users on all agents if they are not explicitly defined
- **BREAKING**: the *Burp1* and *Burp2* configuration sections have been merged into one single *Burp* section
- **BREAKING**: the *running* backups are now displayed in `green` instead of `blue`
- **BREAKING**: the *running* backups are now displayed in ``green`` instead of ``blue``
- Add: new plugins system to allow users to write their own modules
- Add: `Italian translation <https://git.ziirish.me/ziirish/burp-ui/merge_requests/74>`_ thanks to Enrico
- Add: `backups deletion <https://git.ziirish.me/ziirish/burp-ui/issues/203>`_
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......@@ -620,7 +620,7 @@ Now you can add *basic acl* specific options:
[BASIC:ACL]
# Backend priority. Higher is first
priority = 100
# Enable extended matching rules
# Enable extended matching rules (disabled by default)
# If the rule is a string like 'user1 = desk*', it will match any client that
# matches 'desk*' no mater what agent it is attached to.
# If it is a coma separated list of strings like 'user1 = desk*,laptop*' it
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......@@ -10,20 +10,20 @@ For a complete list of changes, you may refer to the
v0.6.0
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- **Breaking** - The *BASIC* `ACL` engine will now grant users on all agents if
they are not explicitly defined. It means that if you have a user called
`example1` with two agents (burp servers in multi-agent mode) on which you
have respectively two clients called `example1`, the user `example1` will be
granted on both clients on the two agents. You can disable this behavior with
the `legacy` option. See the `BASIC ACL <advanced_usage.html#basic-acl>`__
documentation for details.
- **Breaking** - The *BASIC* ``ACL`` engine will now grant users on all agents
if they are not explicitly defined. It means that if you have a user called
``example1`` with two agents (burp servers in multi-agent mode) on which you
have respectively two clients called ``example1``, the user ``example1`` will
be granted on both clients on the two agents. You can disable this behavior
with the ``legacy`` option. See the
`BASIC ACL <advanced_usage.html#basic-acl>`__ documentation for details.
- **Breaking** - The *Burp1* and *Burp2* configuration sections have been merged
into one single *Burp* section. See the
`Versions <advanced_usage.html#versions>`__ documentation for details.
- **Breaking** - The *running* backups are now displayed in `green` instead of
`blue`.
- **Breaking** - The *running* backups are now displayed in ``green`` instead of
``blue``.
- **New** - Plugin system to enhance ACL and Authentication backends. See the
`Plugins <plugins.html>`__ documentation for details.
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......@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ noserverrestore = false
#[BASIC:ACL]
## Backend priority. Higher is first
#priority = 100
## Enable extended matching rules
## Enable extended matching rules (disabled by default)
## If the rule is a string like 'user1 = desk*', it will match any client that
## matches 'desk*' no mater what agent it is attached to.
## If it is a coma separated list of strings like 'user1 = desk*,laptop*' it
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