I have been thinking of ways to securely create and pass passwords in the CLI and I came across two options. The first is AES-256 Cipher for python and the second is XML serialization Clixml in PowerShell to securely store the passwords. It looks like an AES-256 Cipher would allow me to call another file in my PowerShell script and the XML serialization Clixml in PowerShell would allow me to store and call the password in an XML file that I can set environment variables to my computer and username.
Does anyone have any experience with either of these and or does anyone see any glaring security issues in using these methods?
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