Why is my output sometimes replaced with - Ansible

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Sometimes, actually a lot of times my output gets is replaced with ****. Why does that happen?
Feb 1, 2019 in Ansible by Neha
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Any string marked no-log, including passwords, are replaced with ****. This is merely to protect your sensitive data. Ansible replaces every single string that matches with the password string with an asterisk. Try not to use a very common name as your password, it might be irritating. 

answered Feb 1, 2019 by Anisha

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