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NANY 2018 Release (preliminary alpha-or-so): ymarks

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Tuxman:
It is not an option. It is more like a mandatory password protection so only you can access your server unless anyone wants to try up to INT_MAX numbers.  :)

I recommend to change the default PIN to a different number. Create a file named PIN.txt and write a number into it. Done.

skwire:
Create a file named PIN.txt and write a number into it.-Tuxman (September 10, 2018, 01:07 PM)
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That's the part I needed to know, thanks.  Did I miss that in the docs somewhere?

Tuxman:
Yup:

If you run the server locally and you haven't changed the port and PIN, the server runs on http://localhost:8888 and the PIN is 12345. The README mentioned above tells you how to change them if you feel like you should.
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From: https://ymarks.org/about

The linked README is here:

https://bitbucket.org/ymarks/ymarks-server/src/default/

It says:

(Optional) Place a file named PIN.txt in the same folder as the compiled binary is in order to change your PIN from "12345" to something else. It will have to be a number though.
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I should probably write a more obvious documentation, but I'm lazy. Mind to help me out?  :D

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