Presented by:

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Michael Krotscheck (krotscheck@gmail.com)

from VMware

Michael is a crusty old veteran who's been building user interfaces since Netscape was popular. He's energetic, whimsical, and frequently grumpy about other people's code. After all, his code is perfect.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

While in general it's a bad idea to add passwords and other secrets to your version control system, it's a reasonably common practice in the world of "Infrastructure as Code". This talk will provide a brief introduction to Gnu Privacy Guard (gpg), and how it can be used to safely encrypt secrets only shared with a select audience.

Whether you choose to commit those secrets to your version control is up to you.

Date:
2018 November 10 - 13:00
Duration:
20 min
Room:
Room 3183
Conference:
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2018
Language:
Track:
Security, Information Security
Difficulty:
No experience required

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