Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library (787 Views)
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Venkatasastry N
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Registered: ‎02-20-2010
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How to encrypt Password in Script library

Hi,

 

I am calling  doSoap/doHTTP request in script libarary, is there any method to encrypt the password from script library.

 

Is there any othere way to achieve this? Please suggest me.

 

Regards,

Sastry

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anatt170407
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Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library

Try this,
Create an operator with user name and provide the password in the operator record. Query this operator for the user name and password in SL and assign the value to the variable and use the variable for authentication.

Let me know if it works.
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Venkatasastry N
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Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library

Hi Anatt,

 

Thanks for the reply, I tried this but  Operator's password is encrypted with some 16bit key which cannot be decrypted manually.

 

Finally I achieved this with JavaScript - Password Encryption mechanism, which is available in Service Manger Integration Manager Javascripts, same I modified for my reqs.

 

Regards,

Sastry

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Piku
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Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library

Hi Sastry,

can you please share the scripts?

thanks,
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Venkatasastry N
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Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library

Please find the attached

 

Regards,

Sastry

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Re: How to encrypt Password in Script library

Sastry...depending on the level of security needed, please note that encoding a password does not actually secure the data (in other words, it is not the same as encrypting a password)

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