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    Hi,

    I want to know where is the file that contains the password of my sql database, that use HM to have acces to that database.

    And I wanted to know if you share my sql password with any poker site.

    Thank you.

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    Default postgresql password is postgrespass.
    We use postgrespass for EVERY installation.


    To change the password, the easiest thing to do is delete the postgres user:
    click on Start and go to Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt
    * If you are on Vista, rightclick and choose "Run as Administrator".
    A black box should appear. Type 'net user postgres /del' (without the quotes) and press enter.
    The user is now deleted and you can (re)install PostgreSQL.


    Or edit the pg_hba file in the SQL/data folder
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    That was not my point, sorry if i had not explained well.

    - Holdem manager uses an Sql database where is all the information.

    - When we create a database, with PostgreSql, we use superuser name and a password.

    - Every time that we open HM, HM access to the Sql database using that superuser name and password.

    What I wanted to know is where is saved and which is the name of the file that contain the information (encripted I supouse) that uses HM to acces to the database.

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    The file is config\holdemmanager.config

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    That file is not encripted, I opened it with notepad and it show me all the data about configuration, including user name and password about my Sql database.

    Why you did not encript that file??? I dont want that my sql data be so expose.

    Could you explain me why is not encripted??

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    Why would we encrypt a file--> when 99% of all HM users all use the username:
    postgres, password: postgrespass, port: 5432, server: 127.0.01

    And since it's a internal server, you can't connect to that server from any computer outside of your home network.
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