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MySQL 5.6 credentials securely stored ?
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MySQL 5.6 has introduced a set of new features related to security (default randomised root password at install, password Validation Plugin …). MySQL now also provides a method for storing authentication credentials securely in an option file named .mylogin.cnf. This new feature has been introduced to avoid exposing password when running MySQL scripts. Its behaviour [...]

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