[HackerNews] Preventing your Cloud ‘Secrets’ from Public Exposure: An IDE plugin solution

I’m sure you would agree that, in today’s digital world, the majority of applications we work on require some type of credentials – to connect to a database with a username/password, to access computer programs via authorized tokens, or API keys to invoke services for authentication.
Credentials, or sometimes just referred to as ‘Secrets,’ are pieces of user or system-level confidential

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