Security

Chproxy removes all the query params from input requests (except the user's params and listed here) before proxying them to ClickHouse nodes. This prevents from unsafe overriding of various ClickHouse settings.

Be careful when configuring limits, allowed networks, passwords etc. By default chproxy tries detecting the most obvious configuration errors such as allowed_networks: ["0.0.0.0/0"] or sending passwords via unencrypted HTTP.

Special option hack_me_please: true may be used for disabling all the security-related checks during config validation (if you are feeling lucky :) ).

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