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RE: Credentials held unencrypted in memory during runtime

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 15:29:40 -0400

> On Apr 12, 2011, at 2:05 PM, Ron Wilson wrote:
> > When the background process starts, a new session key should be
> > generated, then each new entry in the cache should use a salt or
> an
> > initialization vector. The salt or initialization vector for a
> given
> > entry can be stored with the entry. When an entry is needed, the
> > session key and the salt or the initialization vector are used
> > together to decrypt the entry.
> How is this supposed to work for the next session? I have these
> entries encrypted with a session key which no longer exists. How do
> I decrypt them now?

I think what he is saying is rather than store the cleartext password store it in memory encrypted for that session.

I still have to agree with a previous poster.. how did he find his password... did he search for his password? I'm not sure a hacker would be able to do that.



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