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Bharat_Kumar
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Backups are stripped of sensitive information (such as usernames/passwords/preshared keys)

 

Are checkpoint backups stripped of sensitive information (such as usernames/passwords/preshared keys) when created ? 

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Lesley
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It uses a hash to encrypt passwords, so nothing is stripped. To see what hash was used:

 show password-controls password-hash-type

To see PSK hash:

vpn dump_psk

To see Smartconsole password from mgmt:

psql_client cpm postgres -c "select fwset from dleobjectderef_data where name='<UserName>';" | grep internal_password

To see hash local GAIA users

show configuration user

I also assume you are fully updated and not running versions with known issues (like old CPinfo version). 

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Lesley
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It uses a hash to encrypt passwords, so nothing is stripped. To see what hash was used:

 show password-controls password-hash-type

To see PSK hash:

vpn dump_psk

To see Smartconsole password from mgmt:

psql_client cpm postgres -c "select fwset from dleobjectderef_data where name='<UserName>';" | grep internal_password

To see hash local GAIA users

show configuration user

I also assume you are fully updated and not running versions with known issues (like old CPinfo version). 

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Bharat_Kumar
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@Lesley Thanks for your response and clarification, yes it's fully updated, and a new Maestro build running at R81.20. 

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