To authenticate API requests, you can use secret keys instead of credentials.
This topic describes how to create and manage secret keys using the
secret_key CLI utility.
You can also create and manage secret keys via Plesk XML API.
Note: For security reasons, Plesk does not store secret keys. It stores only their hashes.
secret_key <command> [ <option_1> [<param>] [<option_2> [<param>]] ]
The following command creates a secret key assigned to the IP address 192.0.2.1:
plesk bin secret_key -c -ip-address 192.0.2.1
Note: Once you have created a secret key, copy it and keep it safe.
For security reasons, secret keys are shown only when they are created.
secret_key CLI utility will not show them after that.
Creates a secret key assigning it to the specified IP address (if any)
Can be used with the
Once you have created a secret key, copy it and keep it safe.
To create a secret key assigned to the…