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answered What are your recommendations on storing passwords for configuration management?
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comment Is there a way to get Apache to blank sensitive data from logs?
Actually - I'll accept & call this off now. Already asked & answered over on SO: stackoverflow.com/questions/9467405/…
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accepted Is there a way to get Apache to blank sensitive data from logs?
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comment Is there a way to get Apache to blank sensitive data from logs?
Pipe to sed sounds like it would work if there's no native Apache solution.
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comment Is there a way to get Apache to blank sensitive data from logs?
I meant to imply that in the "despite our attempts to block" statement. This is meant to be an additional layer for any external parties that are still attempting to use old mechanisms so that we can say "we don't have your password on file". Kinda like how 'ps' removes passwords from known applications despite the fact that you shouldn't be entering passwords in plaintext on the CLI.
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revised Returning “200 OK” in Apache on HTTP OPTIONS requests
Exoteric means exactly the opposite of the posters intention. Other edits are filler to get around the 6 char limit.
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