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I'm working on Sitecore 10.0 graphQL and trying to secure the endpoint by enabling PublicService using Authentication and Sc_api key. While applying security hardening I came across allowed controllers in system-> services-> api key. What is the purpose of Allowed Controllers and what is a best practice for graphQL to have this value. Is it fine to keep All (*) or we need specific controller to be added here as shown in below screenshot.enter image description here

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You can refer to the official documentation for more detail but the long and short of it is you can create a safelist of controllers. You can use * however it is best practice to explicitly add your controllers to the list. If you have multiple controllers, you can add them to a new line and end the line with a ; character like so:

Sitecore.LayoutService.Mvc.Controllers.LayoutServiceController; 
Sitecore.JavaScriptServices.Globalization.Controllers.DictionaryServiceController; 
Sitecore.Services.GraphQL.Hosting.Mvc.GraphQLController;
GraphQL:/api/yourappname

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