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Simple Confluence Macro to Store Passwords

Hugo Garcia Mar 02, 2014

Hello friends,

I think this will be a pretty awesome addition to confluence, by simple adding a macro that helps to encrypt/decrypt a password.

Here is my idea when editing:

{pass:HelloWorld}

When click on save that password will be encrypted and saved into the DB.

Here is my idea when viewing:

A link will be show that says: "click here to view protected data" (or something similar), and when click it will shows the password decrypted.

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I think this way we can safety save passwords in confluence and have all our client information in confluence at the same time.

Thanks and I hope you can help to vote this up and/or help with ideas.

I guess this feature can be as an add-on by default for on-demand instances.

Thanks

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Hugo Garcia Mar 02, 2014

We can add a limit of characters to encrypt, in order to avoid long text be encrypted.

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