View Revisions: Issue #3164

Summary 0003164: Logbook stores SMTP credentials as plain text
Revision 2019-02-20 00:08 by WA9PIE
Steps To Reproduce 0) if you already have a password-protected SMTP alarm configured, go to step #6.

1) Start up the logbook
2) Make sure the "DX Cluster" pane is visible
3) Click the "Alarms" button to reveal the "Manager" command in a dropdown menu
3) In the resulting "DX Cluster Alarms" dialog, activate the "Alarms: E-Mail" tab
4) enter a user name and password in the "SMTP server account / password" fields
5) Press OK to save and close the dialog.

6) Look for the LogbookUserSettings.xml in the "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\HRDLLC\HRD Logbook" directory. This file contains the username and password entered at Step #4, in plain text.

Revision 2019-02-06 11:08 by K7ZCZ
Steps To Reproduce
0) if you already have a password-protected SMTP alarm configured, go to step #6.

1) Start up the logbook
2) Make sure the "DX Cluster" pane is visible
3) Click the "Alarms" button to reveal the "Manager" command in a dropdown menu
3) In the resulting "DX Cluster Alarms" dialog, activate the "Alarms: E-Mail" tab
4) enter a user name and password in the "SMTP server account / password" fields
5) Press OK to save and close the dialog.

6) Look for the LogbookUserSettings.xml in the "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\HRDLLC\HRD Logbook" directory. This file contains the username and password entered at Step #4, in plain text.