Secure the GraphQL Endpoint
To make sure that your GraphQL endpoint and the Hasura Console are not publicly accessible, you need to configure an admin secret key.
Depending on your deployment method, follow one of these guides to configure an admin secret key, and prevent public access to your GraphQL endpoint and the Hasura Console:
- Hasura Cloud projects have a randomly generated admin secret added by default at the time of creation.
- For Docker
- For Kubernetes
- For DigitalOcean
If you're looking at adding access control rules for your data to your GraphQL API then head to Authentication / access control. You can also find more information about Hasura security in general here and best practices here.