Are they hashed before storing them in the config files? By the looks of them, it seems like the PAN appliance is storing them in an encrypted format. If so, can they be decrypted?
For example, an OSPF key is stored as follows
This pattern can be observed in almost all of the keys/passwords stored in the XML config. Is there a way to decrypt these keys. I am particularly interested in the OSPF MD5 keys as I need to add new routers to our network but I don't know the key.
Has anyone successfully decrypted a PAN key?
Given that PA recently got approved for various security oriented certificates I sure do hope this has been fixed or at least noted in these tests:
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