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The daemon is listening by default on a non-networked unix socket so if you're exposing listening on the network, you're already out of the default behavior (which is totally normal but that means that you've started regarding the instructions/doc on how to do so, and our doc page on this matter also includes security guidelines to enforce TLS verification/whitelisting daemon-side).

There is currently no "superduper-safe-mode" that enforces `--tls-verify` at the daemon-level to prevent lack of client verification/whitelisting. This can be discussed, the issue obviously being the UX (that means getting proper certs, specifying them in the config etc..).




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