I'm trying to pass my credential with os_username and os_password. However I did not find a way to secure my password. https://developer.atlassian.com/display/CONFDEV/Password+Hash+Algorithm does not seems to work for me.
How I can ensure security using a connection string like os_username=myuser&os_password=mypassword.
I'm getting these value from a kerberized Apache and point the login.url of seraph-config to my apache.
Depends on what you're trying to secure.
If you just don't want your uname password to show up in the access logs, you can do something like:
francois:curl twong$ curl --basic --user admin:admin 'http://localhost:8080/login.jsp?os_destination=%2Fsecure%2FDashboard.jspa&os_authType=basic'
That is, you can use os_authType=basic to move the os_username/password stuff to normal basic auth.
If you are trying to secure the transport, then use https for the TLS. If you're talking about plaintext passwords in the code, that's a different ballgame.
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