Accessing secrets from the command line
Step 1: Create a Service Account
Service accounts allow documentation or systems to access secrets. Create a service account and give it a name.
Step 2: Attach the service account to a vault
Step 3: Access their service accounts private key
Cut and paste the service account private key into a file called cloak.pem in the folder from which you will use the cloak cli.
Step 4: View your secrets with Cloak cli.
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