CVS pserver password decoder and encoder
This service allows you to recover CVS pserver passwords or create encoded CVS pserver passwords to be used in the .cvspass file.
If you setup a central CVS repository and want to access it from remote workstations you can use the pserver protocol. The CVS system stores often used server password in the users .cvspass file so the next time you could just do "cvs login" without specifying the password.
If you connect to 3 CVS servers, your .cvspass file will have 3 entries, one for each server, for example:
:pserver:[email protected]:/home/cvs A%aZdh d,
:pserver:[email protected]:/home/cvspublic Ay=0=h<Z
:pserver:[email protected]:/cvs AIbdZ,
The first part is the CVSROOT, the second part is the password.
The CVS pserver passwords in the .cvspass file always starts with the letter A.
The generated CVS pserver passwords are extremely unsecure. The passwords are created by scrambling the plain password using the CVS pserver password scramble schema.
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