Ok, thanks. Still i don’t want to expose jitsi to public; even apache has an option to hide itself for the security sake and i don’t believe that such huge amount of various configuration info is not potencially vulnareble somehow. But anyway; i need to protect jitsi with basic/digest authentication, because i don’t want anonymous users kidding around my server trying to connect, explore. BTW: anonymous users try to join new rooms (i disabled anonymous access and they fail to authenticate) and see those rooms they were trying to create in a recent room list. Is that normal too? It’s offtopic, but actually i was looking for a way to protect jitsi with standard web authentication and not to break jitsi meet mobile.