Protecting sensitive data with Ansible vault
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Welcome to the Ansible vault documentation. Ansible vault provides a way to encrypt and manage sensitive data such as passwords. This guide introduces you to Ansible vault and covers the following topics:
Managing vault passwords.
Encrypting content and files with Ansible vault.
Using encrypted variables and files.
- Ansible Vault
- Managing vault passwords
- Encrypting content with Ansible Vault
- Using encrypted variables and files
- Configuring defaults for using encrypted content
- When are encrypted files made visible?
- Format of files encrypted with Ansible Vault