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-====== Tabulify - Connection Vault ====== 
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-===== About ===== 
-The ''connection vault'' is a local file where all [[connection|connections]] are stored. 
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-===== Location ===== 
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-==== Tabli ==== 
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-The [[tabli:connection:start|Tabli DataStore module]] permits to manage this file. 
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-In every [[tabli:tabli|tabli action]], you can specify the location of this file with the ''datastore-vault'' option. 
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-The default path is 
-  * Windows: ''C:\Users\userName\.tabulify\datastores.ini'' 
-  * Linux: ''~/.tabulify/datastores.ini'' 
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-===== Format ===== 
-This file follows the same semantic than ODBC.ini file where each section is a database (ie DSN). 
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-===== Encrytion ===== 
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-==== Password  ==== 
-Every password in a database store is encrypted with the following characteristisc: 
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-  * An approved Encryption cipher: All cipher used are approved by the Computer security division of the USA department of commerce via the National Institute of Standard and Technology) and follows the [[https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-38a/final|SP800-38A recommendations]]. 
-  * Raw keyed encryption: Salts and Initialization Vectors (IV) have been randomized and are generated for every encryption. The same password leads even with the same [[#passphrase]] to another ciphertext. 
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-==== Passphrase ==== 
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-When a system connection needs a password, a ''passphrase'' is mandatory to secure the password. This passphrase should be unique by system vault file. 
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-You can provide this passphrase at the command line via l'option ''%%--passphrase%%'' 
  
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