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How to pass sensitive data to new gcloud compute instances?

In AWS cloud formation I have some semblance of security in that when I provision a host with some credentials. (at least it appears as a bunch of asterices on the web console). But when I use a ...
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Jenkinsfile credential as paramter unable to use it

I am trying to use the credentials parameter for a git clone. But i am getting the error that the variables are not found Param definition credentials (credentialType: 'Username with password', ...
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Host credential manager and Docker runners

Imagine you have a GitLab Docker runner which you would like to pass credentials from a credential store. That is the CI/CD variable just designates the credentials profile name. Is there a way to ...
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git reflog is showing plain text password used

We are using Jenkins Freestyle Project to push the changes on the remote server. We are executing shell script on remote host using ssh for it. To pull the changes on remote host, we are using origin ...
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How do we encrypt credentials in Jenkins console output

I can see credentials in Jenkins console output. How can we encrypt them? The "Mask Passwords plugin" is considered as not safe in my case.
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AWS Credentials - What are multi region user/role management best practices?

In the past, I've usually had separate accounts for each region that I've worked in. These accounts had different IAM roles/etc, so there was very little chance I'd inadvertently mess up region A ...
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How do I expire users credentials for Kubernetes in Azure?

I am looking for information on how to forcefully expire users credentials in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). The reason is to better understand Security models and protecting Kubernetes deployments ...
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How to store credentials that are required by an application?

Everyone is saying that storing credentials in version control (git) is a bad thing. So there must be other ways to store credentials which are much better. An application must receive credentials ...
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