Beta release of Security and Encryption Plugin for Confluence contains macros which:
- Allow storage of content that is viewable only by specific users and/or groups.
- Allow storage of content in encrypted format that needs a PGP key to decrypt.
Common usage of this includes:
- storing login passwords
- storing and presenting sensitive data that should only be accessible to or can be viewed by specific individuals and/or groups
- making information accessible to users who can access the content if they possess a specific password
The plugin is still in it's beta version so we are still polishing some stuff and readying the documentation and videos.
If you need assistance regarding the configuration and usage of the plugin, feel free to contact us directly.