Protecting Neo4J password when using neovis


(Tony Panza) #1


After reading this intro to using the neovis library, it looks like anyone who has access to that page has to be a "trusted" user. This is because the neo4j server's password is exposed in plain text. Is this correct? Or is there a way to use the neovis library without exposing the password to the end users?

(Michael Hunger) #2

Either a trusted user in an internal environment. Or you have to provide a username/password form which is then used.
Or you need to proxy the backend and provide a HTTP server that neovis can use to query the data.