How can I hide my Jira projects from being publicly visible?

It appears as though all of our projects are visible publicly (without being signed in).

Is there a configuration setting to change this?

Greg

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Make sure the "Browse permission" is available only to logged in users.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Managing+Project+Permissions

Thanks, Jobin. Turns out the browsing of projects and tickets is locked down correctly. It's the saved queries/filters that don't seem to follow this permission.

The following path is open...

https://domain.jira.com/secure/ManageFilters.jspa

I can confirm that but you don't can't do anything with those filters unless you log in. BTW I can only see those filters that have been shared with "Everyone".

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