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Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

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Hi there,

 

I have a Power Virtual Agent bot to read username and password. Is there any way to mask the password instead of showing it as plain text?

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  • ansri80 Profile Picture
    ansri80 10 on at
    Re: Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

    I am stuck with the same issue. Is there any option to do this?

  • renatoromao Profile Picture
    renatoromao 6,459 on at
    Re: Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

    @john_then ,

     

    Also, you can create an issue/topic here: Issues · microsoft/BotBuilder-Samples (github.com)

    It is a forum for Bot Framework Samples.

  • renatoromao Profile Picture
    renatoromao 6,459 on at
    Re: Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

    @john_then ,

     

    I don't think so.

    But I will escalate here to MS employees.

     

    cc: @mivakoc @peterswimm @heaher_italent 

  • john_then Profile Picture
    john_then 8 on at
    Re: Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

    Hi,

     

    Thanks for the reply. I have enable the AAD authentication for our bot. This login credential is for other Open API.

     

    Yes. It's an Adaptive card. According to the adaptivecards.io site, the TextInputStyle Password will added in version 1.5. Unfortunately, the supported Adaptive Card schema version on Bot Framework Web Chat is 1.4. I have tried it out but no luck. 😞

     

    Is there any better idea on how to secure the password input?

     

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/adaptive-cards/resources/partners

    https://adaptivecards.io/explorer/Input.Text.html

  • renatoromao Profile Picture
    renatoromao 6,459 on at
    Re: Power Virtual Agent - How to mask password input

    Hi @john_then ,

     

    Is it an adaptive card?

    If so, you can customize the login using this authentication mode: Add user authentication to chatbot topics - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs

     

    Otherwise, there is a way to hide the Password input with Adaptive Cards: Five new features enhancing Adaptive Cards in Microsoft Teams - Microsoft 365 Developer Blog

     

    From a PVA perspective, there is no way to hide sensitive information. 

    You can vote on my idea here: Information masking for Sensitive Infomation - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

     

    Anyway, let me know if these details above solve your problem.

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