TortoiseSVN Cache Authentication

I mentioned previously over on the Linux Wiki how to remove cached SVN authentication details from your linux shell account. So after reading about how the Apache Foundation Ubuntu’s servers were compromised by hackers and how cached svn authentication details were used, this got me thinking further.

I use TortiseSVN on my Windows Box and it had my svn authentication details saved/cached (albeit it md5’d). Now I wanted to delete it. Here is how:

Delete: C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Subversion\auth\svn.simple\*
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