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###################################################################### +####### # This functions will store and retreive pass using crypt # Usage: =begin COMMENT $LocationOfTheScriptsDirectory='D:\InstallV3'; $passFile="$LocationOfTheScriptsDirectory\\as.txt"; $passEncrFile="$LocationOfTheScriptsDirectory\\ass.txt"; $key='test'; $pas='zest'; storePass($key,$pas,$passEncrFile,$passFile); $P=retreivePass($key,$passEncrFile); print $P; $WhoAmI=`whoami`; @SystemUserid=split(/\\/,$WhoAmI); $MyUserId=trim($SystemUserid[1]); #crypt -e myuserid < MyPass.txt > mpcr.txt $MP=`crypt -d $MyUserId < mpcr.txt`; $MyPassword=trim($MP); =end COMMENT =cut sub storePass #($Key,$Pass,$passEncrFile,$passFile) { my($Key,$Pass,$passEncrFile,$passFile)= @_; my($enc); open (OFH,">$passFile") || die "Can't open OFH file: \n"; print OFH $Pass; close OFH; #create $passEncrFile that will hold pass encrypted value $enc=`crypt -e $Key < $passFile > $passEncrFile`; #remove passFile unlink ($passFile); } sub retreivePass #($Key,$passEncrFile) { my($Key,$passEncrFile)= @_; my($cr,$myPassword); $cr=`crypt -d $Key < $passEncrFile`; $myPassword=trim($cr); return $myPassword; }
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