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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-24287

EnvInject exposes password hashes


      Currently, if a user without configuration access to a job can read the job they have access to the link "Environment variables". This allows the non-privileged user to see the password hashes.

      If they have Config access to a different folder on the same master, they can use this password hash to expose the password and take control of the account by using the CLI to directly change the job config.xml

      I propose that this link or at least the password hashes be restricted to only users with job config access.

            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev
            walterk82 Walter Kacynski
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