I have two questions:
1. Can anyone find a way to let user alter the their own password,
instead of altered by database super user? I use 'password' option in
'pg_hba.conf', then I find the pg_shadow table is only altered by super
user 'postgres'. Then I tried 'password pg_passwd.txt', but the
executable 'pg_passwd' could only be executed by 'postgres' or 'root'.
2. I understand that an ODBC client send the username/password in clear
text via network for authentication, am I wrong? How can be secured?
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