Perl module for creating a global password file for DB passwords
Don't you hate keeping track of database passwords and such throughout your scripts? How about the problem of changing those passwords on a mass scale? DBIx::Password is one possible solution.
It keeps track of all your virtual users, databases, password, etc. in one central file.
20 March 2013
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20 March 2013
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