Hello, I know that this subject has been discussed in this other thread (76160), unfortunately I don't seem to be allowed to reply there (You have insufficient privileges to reply here), and I cannot insert links either that's why I only inserted a reference to the thread Since the subject has not evolved since April, and since I am facing the exact problem that is described (modern browsers do not allow iframes passing login credentials in the URL anymore), I was wondering if a workaround was possible. The Monit configuration on the system is working correctly allowing access to https : // my.server.ip:2812, which is password protected... I saw the workaround for Munin was to symlink the Munin directory as a sub-directory inside ISPConfig's root directory. Code: ln -s /var/cache/munin/www /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/munin This works because Munin is generating "real" html files that can be accessed using this workaround (although the graph zoom feature is broken). Monit being a "standalone" application generating its content on the fly and not using apache (or nginx) to serve its pages, I guess a workaround is much harder, or even impossible, to find? As @till replied in April in this other thread that a workaround might be presented in a future release, and since I think there have been 5 (minor) releases since then, I was wondering if any of the bright guys behind ISPConfig could figure out a solution to this problem?