[Fedora-directory-users] boot time startup requires password
bkjones at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 15:42:17 UTC 2005
Can I make a feature request to whoever sees this that is way better
at Java/C than me to at least make the stored password crypted in
something stronger than rot13?
On 7/8/05, Kevin Myer <kevin_myer at iu13.org> wrote:
> NB: you trade the ease of startup with a security risk, in that your
> is stored in a file cleartext.
> Quoting Brian Jones <bkjones at gmail.com>:
> > Hi all.
> > I hit a snag yesterday when I rebooted my directory server box
> > (running RHEL 4). The problem is that I'm using SSL/TLS, and that
> > means that every time I restart the directory server I have to provide
> > the password for the certificate database. Now, I *know* that this
> > would never stand in a large production environment, so I can only
> > imagine that I missed some essential piece of documentation on how I
> > can use SSL/TLS, but not be forced to provide a password every time
> > the server starts.
> > Could someone provide a link to the doc that addresses this, or does
> > someone have some clue they could provide for my feeble brain?
> > Thanks.
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