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 ====== First steps ====== ====== First steps ======
-The Unipi Gate is delivered with Linux Debian OS that already includes the [[en:​sw:​03-3rd-party:​nodered|Node-RED]] open-source SW platform - a programming tool for interconnecting hardware devices, various APIs or online services. This article assumes Unipi Gate is in factory settings and uses the OS with Node-RED. ​+<WRAP group> 
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 +The Unipi Gate is delivered with Linux Debian OS that already includes the [[en:​sw:​03-3rd-party:​nodered|Node-RED]] open-source SW platform - a programming tool for interconnecting hardware devices, various APIs or online services. This article assumes Unipi Gate is in factory settings and uses the OS with Node-RED. 
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 ===== Security in Node-RED ===== ===== Security in Node-RED =====
-Securing access to the programming and user interface in Node-RED is as important as securing the OS. If the SW is not secured, unauthorized personnel may gain access to the Unipi controller ​- this can lead to the same consequences as using an OS that was not secured according to [[#​securing_the_os_ssh|the description mentioned above]].+Securing access to the programming and user interface in Node-RED is as important as securing the OS. If the SW is not secured, unauthorized personnel may gain access to the Unipi unit - this can lead to the same consequences as using an OS that was not secured according to [[#​securing_the_os_ssh|the description mentioned above]].
  
 It is thus crucial to **have the Node-RED SW properly secured** each time a new project is created. ​ It is thus crucial to **have the Node-RED SW properly secured** each time a new project is created. ​
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-As the connection to the device is provided by the **SSH** ​protocol, it is necessary ​to [[en:​files:​software:​tools:​advanced-ip-scan-hidden|know an IP address]] or [[#​mdns_record|mDNS address]] of the device and to have SSH client installed on the user's PC or tablet. One of the most widely used clients for Windows OS is the PuTTY application - [[en:​files:​software:​tools:​putty-hidden|here,​ you can find a user guide and the default passwords]]. +Use the **SSH** ​connection ​to access ​the device and continue with [[https://​nodered.org/​docs/​user-guide/​runtime/​securing-node-red#​editor--admin-api-security|this guide]] on the Node-RED official webpage.
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-Further steps are available ​[[https://​nodered.org/​docs/​user-guide/​runtime/​securing-node-red#​editor--admin-api-security|in this guide]] on the Node-RED official webpage.+
  
 ===== Node-RED guides ===== ===== Node-RED guides =====