[Pharo-dev] Bloc: Safe to Store SSH Passphrase in Pharo?

Norbert Hartl norbert at hartl.name
Thu Aug 31 07:44:16 EDT 2017

> Am 31.08.2017 um 12:52 schrieb Peter Uhnák <i.uhnak at gmail.com>:
> So you do not put passphrases on your ssh keys?
> Not always.
> Because you don't give the private key away why protect it? So imagine you have development process that includes a jenkins that needs to build the source and therefor needs access to the repository. What do you do?
> I give it a password-less ssh key, encrypted in some manner. (I do not know what Jenkins offers, but both Travis and GitLab(Runner) support file/data encryption.)
> Adding the build server a password on top of the key would make no difference. If you have access to one, you have the access to the other.
So deal with it outside of the image. It is the same situation as a sandbox and key chain access. Exactly what I was meaning.


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