sorry im a noob i don´t know what you mean.
Blockquote You login and then you generate a API key and add it to the app
i did that but that doesnt explain (at least not for me) why the android app is not asking me for a password.
does that mean the API key acts like a permit?
i find this a bit confusing. i thought the API key is just some identification (like a device ID)?
then why having the options for passwords in the PRINTOID app if that is not used?
i want octoprint always to ask me for a password before someone is able to control the printer.
when i connect to octoprint via chrome or firefox i get the login screen.
with the android app... no login screen. the app immediately lets everyone control the printer.
i thought linux is so secure. but this seems like a very unsecure default behavior.
that´s what i hear from my linux freak friend who always tells me to try linux.
linux is always written with security in mind is what he constantly tells me.