.gradle/X.X.X/taskArtifacts/taskArtifacts.binJust search for the word password and if you're lucky like me you'll find the strings, separately recorded as keyPassword and storePassword. Sounds like a security hole to me, but boy it came in handy today.
Monday, 21 December 2015
I'm pretty good with passwords - I keep a Keepass file on everything I do, and it's backed up immediately to the cloud. But something went wrong recently, and a password to a keystore and key did not get saved to my Keepass file. After some mild panic I learned that you can probably find your passwords in clear text in one of your gradle logfiles, this one to be precise:
Friday, 18 December 2015
I found myself doing this today, and it didn't go without some problems. I thought I'd document the outcome. Here's the data we're sending to the API: and here's the rendering logic in the email:
[*FOREACH item IN transaction.items*]
[*FOREACH subitem IN item.value*]