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Re: Registry key ConfigDir doesn't work

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 17:41:50 +0200

Karsonito wrote:
>>>> You don't have to put your passwords in the config file in the original location.
>>> Nevertheless, TortoiseSVN still can't find passwords (auth/svn.simple)
>>> moved to safe place.
>> Well, the setting is for the *config file*, not the authentication data.
>> I assumed you had some passwords in your config file for you proxy.
> Can I set a path for saving auth data?

No. sorry.

>>> It asks me for password, saving one to default place (security hole).
>> No, that's not a security hole. You can search the Subversion mailing
>> list for "passwords" "in plain text" and you will find all the
>> information you need.
> I'm not talking about saving in plain text or hash. I want to keep my
> auth data (in any format) in the safe place.

If it's encrypted with your windows login, I'd say it's safe enough.

Stefan

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Received on 2008-07-17 17:42:11 CEST

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