Starting with StresStimulus v5.7, passwords in authentication datasets can be obfuscated to provide additional test script security. The passwords can be encrypted when saving the authentication datasets. The following section describes how to enable password encryption depending on the authentication method.
By default, the passwords in authentication datasets are saved in plain text when saving the test. This may lead to security vulnerabilities if the test files are stolen or the test is given to 3-rd party testers for execution.
Passwords can be encrypted when saving the test by enabling password obfuscation.
Disable password encryption
To disable password encryption, perform the following steps:
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