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ObjectDB Explorer Exposes Username and Password

#1
2017-02-06 12:13

How can I prevent my embedded database's username and password from being exposed by ObjectDB Explorer?

billdotnet
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#2
2017-02-06 12:43

See url-history setting and the user and password attributes.

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#3
2017-02-06 14:24

If I understand correctly, if someone were to remove the configuration file, the username and password would again be exposed. My ultimate question is, under any circumstances, how do I prevent anyone from accessing my embedded database without knowing the username and password?

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#4
2017-02-07 09:10

Note that the username and password are for client-server mode. In embedded mode databases are accessible with no username and password.

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