You can encrypt user and password information stored in MaxL scripts.
The following MaxL Shell invocation generates a public-private key pair that you can use to encrypt a MaxL script.
The following MaxL Shell invocation encrypts the input MaxL script, obscuring user name and password, and changing the file extension to .mxls.
essmsh -E scriptname.mxl PUBLIC-KEY
Nested scripts are also encrypted. To avoid this and encrypt only the base script, use -Em.
The following MaxL Shell invocation decrypts and executes the MaxL script.
essmsh -D scriptname.mxls PRIVATE-KEY
The following invocation encrypts input data and returns it in encrypted form. This is useful if there is a need to manually prepare secure scripts.
essmsh -ep DATA PUBLIC-KEY
The following invocation enables you to encrypt the base script while saving any nested scripts for manual encryption.
essmsh –Em scriptname.mxl PUBLIC-KEY