Username and Configuration Setting Encryption
uberAgent optionally encrypts user and domain names in the agent and has support to encrypt sensitive settings in its configuration.
User and domain names can be encrypted in the agent before being sent off to the backend. This can be useful for compliance with privacy regulations.
User and domain name encryption is disabled by default. If required, enable it via the configuration setting
With encryption enabled, user and domain names show up in the backend and in dashboards like this:
uberAgent’s download package comes with the command line-tool
uAEncrypt.exe, which can be used to decrypt usernames as shown in the following example:
uAEncrypt.exe -decrypt -keyId 101 -data <EncryptedDataHere>
Sensitive settings like passwords can be encrypted with the command-line tool
uAEncrypt.exe, which is available in the uberAgent download package. The syntax is viewable by running
Some settings to consider for encryption:
RESTTokenin the stanza
Passwordin the stanza
uAEncrypt.exe -encrypt -keyId 1 -data MySecretPassword
Decryption is possible with:
uAEncrypt.exe -decrypt -keyId 1 -data <EncryptedDataHere>