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Create utility to generate encrypted password in the same manner as AVZDRATH
Currently, AVZDRATH has the ability to take in an encrypted password as input, however there are no other utilities available to generate the encrypted password outside of AVZDRATH. Since our DVM support team will be responsible for managing the global variables, we need the utility to accept a password that has already been encrypted by the owner of the credentials. Clear text passwords that allow access to enterprise data should not be shared with the DVM support team.
Integrating the utility with DVM Studio would be great for developers, but we also need it as a stand-alone utility that can be used by owners of application/process id/passwords.
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