DOS stands for Disk Operating System. Most e-commerce stores are running on this computing platform.

All e-commerce stores running on DOS more often face security issues. The operating system may crash, an event that will lead to inconveniences to the customers and the business itself. The more crashes the business faces, the lower its productivity will be. Security issues will have negative impact on your online business. Customer loyalty may fade with time and more often, it leads to loss of business. It is for this reason that business owners are constantly on the search for professionals who will handle and maintain DOS on which their business relies.

Qualified DOS professionals are those who will ensure proper maintenance of the client's operating systems, thus providing reliable security to the business. Their expertise and experience should allow timely response to the clients' needs. Freelancers on Freelancer.com who satisfy and meets the clients' needs will always find work waiting for them. Clients are always searching for those professionals and you can be sure that you will get constant work from different clients for your valuable service. All you need is to prove that you are the DOS professional that clients are searching for.

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    Jenkins Getting Password 13 hours left
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    OK - here is what I am doing; prompting the user for their credentials user/pass and will be doing operations with them on their behalf in the Jenkins file I need to pass the password to a shell command, thoughts?

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    ok here is the think, I am calling to shell out the git command and the git command has a password on it, what innovative idea do you have that would "mask" or protect the password ? (have to do it this was as the repo is not allowing keys or tokens)>????

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