Users don't understand what these OBF values translate to.
Users don't understand they can simply type plain text passwords there.
Users don't understand how to obfuscate passwords even if they want to obfuscate passwords.
- change the default values in that file to literally
'changeit'password - which is the default password of the of the cacerts truststore file - this will make it work if the user starts with a copy of that filethis is simply the plain text version of the OBF value that customers may already be using - this avoids any potential regressions if they are using the default value
- clarify in the documentation examples ( if any )
the use of 'changeit' instead of some other value
- clarify in the documentation how to generate an OBF password if needed, using the files that ship with Nexus