When an accurev command fails, it displays the users' password in plain text. You can see below that the password is properly obscured (with asterisks) when the authentication takes place.
Unfortunately, the password is actually displayed in the fatal network error line. Note that I manually changed it to ^^^^ when I pasted the text into this bug report.
Started by user anonymous
Building remotely on TestReport in workspace D:\jenkins-slave\workspace\Test_Report_06_04_00_Budgeting_kvh223_WFOP_Macys_ora
Setting ACCUREV_HOME to "D:\jenkins-slave\workspace"
Authenticating with Accurev server...
[Test_Report_06_04_00_Budgeting_kvh223_WFOP_Macys_ora] $ "C:\Program Files (x86)\AccuRev\bin\accurev.exe" login -H engaccurev:5051 tim.johnston ********
FATAL: network error - Can't connect to engaccurev.kronos.com for accurev: The operation completed successfully.
Attempt to contact AccuRev server on engaccurev port 5051 failed.
AccuRev Error: 1
FATAL: login ("C:\Program Files (x86)\AccuRev\bin\accurev.exe" login -H engaccurev:5051 tim.johnston ^^^^^^^) failed with exit code 1
Recording test results
Notifying upstream projects of job completion