Questions tagged [encryption]

For questions about encryption, which is the process of transforming information into an unreadable format using an encryption algorithm combined with an encryption key.

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How to decrypt Jenkins passwords from credentials.xml?

I've taken over the project where a lot of Jenkins credentials has passwords or passphrase strings which I need to know in order to progress with the project, unfortunately these weren't documented ...
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How to storing encrypted secrets in code for a serverless.com project?

With serverless.com, the easiest way to expose a secret to an AWS Lambda function is to store it in the serverless.yml file (encrypted with KMS, for example). But committing encrypted secrets to Git ...
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Is Azure's confidential computing essentially encrypted RAM?

I'm trying to wrap my head around the Azure confidential computing offering. It appears that that AWS does not offer encryption at the application level (see diagram for what I mean by this:) My ...
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Encrypting docker images (end to end); transporting over offline channels

We are developing and building docker images in our intranet, and need to deploy them to several hosts belonging to us (developers, internal testing, external testing and so on). Some of these are in ...
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When your micro service in production needs a secret, where is the secret stored and retrieved from?

The context of the question is Secrets management. How do you manage storing and retrieving secrets for your micro service which is in production?
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How can I get a list of encrypted disks for instances that are running on the AWS CLI?

There is a great question here about how to get a list of encrypted disks. I'm currently using the describe-volumes command. For the record I'm currently using: aws ec2 describe-volumes --region us-...
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What options are available to encrypt the content of git repositories?

git-crypt, git secret were found. What is your personal preference and why? A couple of months ago, I have applied git-crypt. It was quite hard to set it up and the secrets are stored as binaries. I ...
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What is the simplest way to list which attached disks are encrypted (and which not) on AWS?

An auditor is asking for proof that we've encrypted all the disks on our AWS EC2 VPC. I'd like a way to list all the disks and whether they're encrypted or not. I know I can build a report with the ...
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Encrypted at rest persistent volume in kubernetes? [closed]

Is there a recommended approach to using encrypted file system for persistent volumes in kubernetes? Perhaps mounting a LUKS fs disk image file ?
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Git Files Encryption for Business

I am using git and have the following problem: In the company where I work you now want to protect the source code from theft. So if for some reason a developer lets the source code of a project go ...
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Vault `SSH-CA` Elliptic Curve rather than `RSA`

Is it possible to use ECDSA(Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm) or EdDSA( Edwards-curve Digital Signature Algorithm) instead of RSA when configuring SSH-CA on HashiCorp Vault?
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How do you know which secrets and credentials of your production services were used, and by whom/what?

The context of the question is Secrets management. As the title says, how do you know which secrets and credentials of your production services were used, and by whom/what?
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Is this a robust implementation of database encryption at rest? [closed]

I am looking forward to implement encryption at rest for two+ SQL database servers (Linux). My goal is (obviously) to avoid storing the clear encryption key on the server or store it in a well-known ...
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How do I use only an encrypted version of my AWS RDS password in my terraform code?

Is there a way to only have an encrypted version of my RDS password in my Terraform code and for AWS to decrypt it for RDS so you use the decrypted password to login to the RDS? So set my rds ...
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How do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?

The context of the question is Secrets management. As the title says, how do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?
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How do I setup an OpenShift route that will allow both 80 and 443 traffic to my app?

I'd like to setup a route that will pass both 80 and 443 traffic to the same service in OpenShift. When I try to create a second route it errors out. I want this to be in a yaml like would be used ...
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How to create unique GPG Keys for different environments / projects

After searching and reading various documents it remains unclear to me as to an effective/straightforward manner to create/maintain multiple sets of GPG Keys. I have a project that needs unique GPG ...
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How to check accepted cipher suites by an Azure App Service?

I am looking for a way to reliably check accepted cipher suites by an Azure App Service. On standard virtual machine I just remote to it and execute PowerShell command: Get-TlsCipherSuite which ...
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Security practice for storing private keys for use by Java Applications [closed]

We have a multi-tiered application hosted on Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets composed of: Websites (Sprint Boot) API (Sprint Boot) ForgeRock Access Management (Tomcat) ForgeRock Identity ...
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Securely saving AZURE_STORAGE_KEY and storage account name in Linux systems

The Azure CLI official documentation states that environmental variables can be used inside bash scripts to store AZURE_STORAGE_ACCOUNT and AZURE_STORAGE_KEY, like this: Compared to AWS CLI this ...