Continuing the discussion from Using v-generate-api-key in Example code:
In this thread, you wrote that support for v-generate-api-key will soon be discontinued and we should not use it in our applications. While some billing systems offer server access hash authorization, I found your post and would like to clarify. Usually, in other systems, authorization by server access hash is many times faster, so developers try to use server access hash. Please tell me, is there a difference in the speed of the server response when authorization occurs by username and password, and when authorization occurs by server access hash in HestiaCP API?