I cant find how to decode string encoded in sha1. I'm suprised that i can't find simple function in python docs or google doing sha1 decoding. I give up. I need help..
I am trying to use the OAuth of a website, which requires the signature method to be 'HMAC-SHA1' only.
I am wondering how to implement this in Python?
When I try to create Client ID with my Android game's fingerprint and package, it throws a Server Error (with Tracking number: undefined). With any other fingerprint and package combination, it works fine. Could Google fix it somehow? Seems like my fingerprint and package is broken, but my game is already published, so I must use them.
Server error, tracking number: undefined
You uploaded an APK that is signed with a different certificate to your previous APKs. You must use the same certificate. Your existing APKs are signed with the certificate(s) with fingerprint(s):
[ SHA1: 9E:DF:7F:E1:2E:D2:A2:47:2F:B0:7D:F1:E3:98:D1:03:9B:9D:2F:5D ]and the certificate(s) used to sign the APK you uploaded have fingerprint(s):[ SHA1: DC:38:7D:1A:C0:DF:1A:CF:70:98:0A:28:12:07:55:DE:B7:Hello,F ]
I have this problem, I create app whit Seattle could and now this is closed and all my app now no function .... I created a new APK for the android studio, but do I get this error .... how can I solve it?
What would actually happen if I had a hash collision while using git?
E.g. I manage to commit two files with the same sha1 checksum,would git notice it or corrupt one of the files?
Could git be improved to live with that, or would I have to change to a new hash algorithm?
(Please do not deflect this question by discussing how unlikely that is - Thanks)