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  1. Hello, Seeking advise on what I am trying to accomplish. Thankful for the recent addition of HIBP and the value it provides moving forward but I am looking at: Running a report to list all accounts that have a "bad" password and is already stored in the DB Searching all accounts by password. For example, if we found out that Password123 is "weak"...how do I search for all accounts with the password "Password123" so they can be addressed? Thanks!
  2. Hey Guys, When we connect to passwordstate via the mobile url the passwords are not masked, is it possible to turn this on ? Also can the reason field be enabled on the passwords for mobile access also ? Thanks Alan
  3. Hello, I am able to pull passwords from passwordstate using powershell put am unable to pull via curl. Can someone please help me convert this? This Works in powershell: $PasswordstateUrl = 'https://passwordstate.example.com/api/passwords/1111' Invoke-Restmethod -Method GET -Uri $PasswordstateUrl -Header @{ "APIKey" = "fdafdasfqewfsdfsd6" } Thanks,
  4. Hello everyone, I'm wondering about the intended behavior of the "Validate Password for Oracle Account" script. The script requires that it receive a $ServiceName variable to connect to the database, but there doesn't seem to be any part of the password entry that allows it to receive this information. Is there a field I need to enable somewhere to get this to work? I could work around this issue by copying the inbuilt script for verifying oracle account passwords and hardcoding the service name, but I feel like I'm missing something. Thanks for any insight
  5. Hi, I've been working with passwordstate and powershell to create an automated password management script. I've so far been able to create, retrieve, and delete passwords from our server, but am unable to update an existing password. I've been using the following code: $JSONSTRING = @{ "PasswordID"=$PWD_ID "PasswordListID"=$PWD_LIST_ID "GenericField2"="Active" } Invoke-Restmethod -Uri "$PASSWORDSTATE_SERVER/api/passwords" -Method PUT -ContentType "application/json" -Header @{"APIKey"=$APIKEY} -Body $JSONSTRING This syntax works for all the other password methods, but for this method gives me the following error: "Invalid API call - No compatible API route found, "Please check for valid request URLS, parameters, and http verbs." To my knowledge, this code should work, as I'm following the tutorial set in the passwordstate api documentation, and again it works for other methods. Does anyone see something I'm missing? Thanks!
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