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You can use some Deployment management tool like Ansible ( my personal favourite, needs only python2, and public SSH keys added on server nodes ), Chef, Salt, and Puppet. The question is, is this good solution? I see the problem that when one ssh key gets compromised, than all our passwords are available. Is there some other more standard way to solve ...


The String, once created, exists in memory until a garbage collection is run. If anything has a reference to it, it isn't collected. Compare this to the code: char[] password = somedata; // test password; Arrays.fill(password, 0); While the character array may exist for some time, the values within the character array are gone once that Arrays.fill runs. ...

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