This setting can be located in your “Account Settings” under the “Status Pages” tab:

If enabled, this setting will cause all your public Blacklist and Uptime reports to inherit the password protection from any password-protected Status Pages they belong to. So, when such a Blacklist/Uptime report is accessed via its direct public link, it will ask for a password to allow the users to view its content.

To read more about how you can protect your status pages with a password, please see:

Please note:

  • If a Blacklist or Uptime report belongs to more than one password-protected status page, any of the passwords that unlock those status pages it belongs to will unlock the Blacklist/Uptime report.
  • If a Blacklist or Uptime report belongs to at least one password-protected status page, then this Blacklist/Uptime report can’t be publicly accessed without a password.
  • If this setting is disabled, then just the status page is password-protected, but the individual Blacklist or Uptime reports from that status page are not password-protected.