Command encryption

Command Line, SSH, Kerberized SSH, Telnet, Windows Command, and PowerShell adapters can use an encryption-type attribute with the <command> element. The valid values for encryption-type are Base64 (or base64) or Plain (or plain). If no encryption-type is specified, the value is considered to be unencrypted (Plain).

The following figure shows an XML sample of a command using the Base64 option with an encrypted password.

XML sample of a command using the Base64 option

...
<commands>
  <command encryption-type="base64">bHM=</command>
</commands>
... ... 
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