Artifakt allows you to restrict your private or development environments by IP filtering or by password protection.
To apply restrictions to environments, you must first create IP address groups from Project → Settings → Security. This allows you to quickly target a logical set of IP addresses when configuring your environments, for example, the IP addresses of your office or those of your employees' homes when they work remotely.
Creating an IP address group
For added security, you have the ability to open or close access to your environments to specific IP addresses. To apply these restrictions, go to Environment → Settings → Security.
Deny and Allow lists
The allow list lets you filter access to the servers powering your environment. Only the IP addresses of the selected groups will be allowed to access the environment. All other IP addresses will be blocked and won't be able to access the environment.
The deny list lets you to do the opposite of the allow list. The IP addresses of the selected groups won't be allowed to access the servers. All other IP addresses will be allowed.
Due to the nature of the rules on IP filtering, filtering the traffic on APEX domains overrides the configuration of other subdomains.
It is also possible to protect access to your environment by using a password. To enable this feature, go to Environment → Settings → Security, click on
Add Password Restrictionthen fill the form with a login, password and the path you want to restrict.
Adding a password restriction