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How to fetch user passwords using jira python?

Hi , I want to validate a user in in between a transition.

For that I have created 2 custom fields : User name and Password.
I will get these fields in a webhook that's backend is written in python.
Now I want to validate that the user name provided exists or not and If it exists then If password matches with that account. Can someone please help how can I retrieve all user passwords in jira (Or if it is not possible?).

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Chris Buzon Community Leader Apr 13, 2021

You don't do this.  You should not have any form of access to passwords for your team, even if you're IT.   This is a security nightmare just waiting to happen.




HI Chris, Thanks for the answer and I agree.. But I just want to validate the password. So If I can get them in hashed form, I can compare that with the hashed form of the password entered by user.

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