Is there any way to put the password typed by user into a file (either in Unix or in expect). read -s -p "enter password" input echo $input > file Is the above code safe? I want to use that ...
Possible Duplicate: How to hide commands typed in a Linux shell? Reading passwords without showing on screen in Bash Scripts I would like to take a password as input, but I want user to ...
How can we write a shell script to become root? That is I donot want to input the password at prompt it should be within the script itself. I was trying to make but failed to do so.Is it possible, if ...
Looking for a way in a shell script to validate the password for for root on an (AIX) matches a standardized plain text password. This query is similar to another one on this site. I have access to ...
Application is for a multiple server standardization script Looking for a way in a shell script to check if the password for an OS account (AIX) matches a standardized plain text password. The ...
Basically I have a bash script that fetches data from my server to perform a backup. As it is now I have to start that script manually, enter the password, and then wait for it to finish. I would ...