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Re: Proxy password in servers config file - any other way?

From: Mark Parker <mark_at_msdhub.com>
Date: 2005-01-13 17:47:34 CET

The plaintext-passwords-on-disk question has been debated to death here.
Search the archives if you want the reasoning. For another take, you can
read http://gaim.sourceforge.net/plaintextpasswords.txt on why the gaim
project feels the same way the svn project feels.


Alexey Boroday wrote:
> Hello.
> I use svn-win32-1.1.1 on Windows XP
> Internet is available over proxy with Windows Domain authentication. If I
> wrote password in the servers config file all works fine.
> Is there any way ask svn.exe to get password for proxy from OS or ask it
> before first connection?
> I don't like that my password is stored in the plain text file. First of
> all this is security threat. And I should change it every time my Windows
> domain password is changed.
> --
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