Navigate to the Access page within your project and then click on Continue.
Give your newAccess Grant a name.
Assignpermissions to the Access Grant.
However, if you are still reluctant to enter your passphrase into our web application, that's completely understandable, and you should select Continue in CLI and follow these instructions.
The instructions below assume you selected Continue in Browser.
Select a Passphrase type: Either create your own Encryption Passphrase or Generate a 12-Word Mnemonic Passphrase. Make sure you save your encryption passphrase as you'll not be able to reset this after it's created.
This passphrase is important! Encryption keys derived from it are used to encrypt your data at rest, and your data will have to be re-uploaded if you want it to change!
Importantly, if you want two access grants to have access to the same data, they must use the same passphrase. You won't be able to access your data if the passphrase in your access grant is different than the passphrase you uploaded the data with.
Please note that Storj does not know or store your encryption passphrase, so if you lose it, you will not be able to recover your files.
Access Grant is generated. The Access Grant will only display once. Save this information in a password manager or wherever you prefer to store sensitive information.