I am using Confluence 4.1. I would like to store logins and passwords on a page in Confluence.
Outside of the normal security regarding who can get into Confluence and who can get to which space, is confluence secure enough to store loigns and passwords? I'd prefere to to that rather then passpack or lastpass.
Page contents are going to be unencrypted in the database so the security implications will revolve around
It's not a good idea to store passwords in Confluence in plain text, so the next best thing is to encrypt them and then store them in Confluence.
This plugin is looking promising:
There are some good add-ons in the Marketplace, however, these only work on the standalone versions. I've seen nothing to assist with this in cloud instances. I can vouch for Secure Content as I have prior experience with it.
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