confluence.rpc.auth.TokenAuthenticationInvocationHandler

Hi Everyone!,

I was reviewing my confluence.log file and found several entries on it that drew my attention.

 

The below line was repeated multiple times on the log.  Like in 1 second maybe 20 times, some of them with the same user and other with another user.

INFO [http-nio-8090-exec-2] [confluence.rpc.auth.TokenAuthenticationInvocationHandler] invokeAuthenticatedMethod Executing remote API method [ getPage ] as user [ s5989069 ]

Is this some kind of automatic action a confluence user is doing to access Confluence?

 

I searched this on the web and couldn't find anything.  If this is some kind of automatic way a user is trying to use to access confluence, i'd like to know if this can be restricted/avoided.  I would not want to have a user flooding my confluence instance with access requests.

 

Have anyone seen this before, or can explain what is this method?

Thanks.

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Jun 15, 2017

It looks like the remote API is being used. To disable it, go to Confluence Administration>Further Configuration as shown:

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