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Make encrypted connection to access server with chcclp without reading tls.properties
We have an environment where encrypted communication is mandatory.
When users want to execute chcclp scripts on the access server, they need to read the tls.properties file of the access server to find the location of the trust store.
But in the tls.properties, the passwords of the key and trust store are visible. So if we give read access to tls.properties, they immediatly have the passwords of the trust and key store.
Can this be solved by: - adding a parameter to chcclp with the path of the trust store? - put the passwords of the key and trust store encrypted in tls.properties? - do not put the passwords of the key and trust store in tls.properties? - check for a variable that is set with the location to the trust store? - ... ?
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