By default you have 3 attempts to log into Dradis before your account is locked, to prevent brute-force attacks on your Dradis instance. Depending on your team, Dradis deployment type, and your workflow, you may want to increase or decrease the maximum login attempts allowed by Dradis before an account is locked. To change the max login attempt count:
If a user exceeds the allowed number of login attempts to Dradis, their account will be locked. In that case, to unlock the account, the account password will need to be reset. This can be done by the user themselves using the Forgot my Password! option on the Dradis login page, or by an Admin by editing the account.
Reminder: local changes will be overwritten the next time you upgrade. If you make any local changes, make sure to re-apply them every time you upgrade Dradis.
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