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Build your own multi-user password manager using open source software - Michael Vieau, Kevin Bong Derbycon 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Build your own multi-user password manager using open source software
Michael Vieau, Kevin Bong
Derbycon 2019

One of the biggest challenges for our penetration testing team is securely sharing passwords to systems. We all know we should use a password manger, but many password managers impede automated processes or run into issues if multiple users apply an update at the same time. If you?re like me and don?t enjoy the idea of putting passwords in the ?cloud? and would rather keep them in house, this talk is for you.

Michael is a Managing Consultant with Sikich. Michael takes great pride in furthering his education to maximize his value to clients. Kevin Bong - Kevin is the Director of penetration testing at Sikich focusing on information security and compliance issues.

@Michael_Vieau

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