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From ashish sood <ashishso...@gmail.com>
Subject Using encrypted distributed worker file
Date Mon, 01 Jun 2020 23:42:11 GMT
Hi All,

I am running a distributed worker that connects to a Kafka infrastructure
over TLS and Scram authentication. In addition to this, the RESTAPI
interface is also secured with userid/password authentication. Hence my
config has a a lot of passwords (keystore,trust store , jaas config etc)

Currently, I am storing the distributed worker config file in encrypted
mode on server and have configured a script to decrypt the file and start
the worker process.Post starting the process the decrypted file is deleted.

Is there a more cleaner way of doing this? A better way of running
distributed worker while ensuring the distributed worker config file does
not expose the sensitive passwords

Regards
Ashish Sood

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