Hey guys I'm new on Ruby on Rails, I need to make a form for login and registration using RoR and for security reasons I can't store passwords without encryption, but I don't know how can I store passwords. Clarifying the question, how can I use SHA-1 for encrypting the passwords.
I want to use
assetlinks.json for appindexing.I am supposed to use a
SHA256 fingerprint, but when I print out the
signingReport in Android Studio, I only have SHA1.
Can I use
SHA1? If not, how can I get a SHA256 signed app?
Using Manish Jain's answer, I have managed to list only the debug keys, which is more than I could do by myself.
If I put my actual keystore path and jks file in the path:
keytool -list -v -keystore "C:\Users\myself\Keystores\android.jks" -alias mykey -storepass 1password -keypass 2password
A different set of keys come up, which I assume would be the release key set.
The BIG QUESTION is why Android Studio only lists the debug keys when I print out the
signingReport from Gradle and why it says
Variant: releaseUnitTest, Config: none? Any idea?
By the way, this question has nothing to do with the suggested duplicate.
Replying to a question from jyomin 2.I hope it helps others too.
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_25\bin(or wherever your jdk file is).
cmdin address bar in win explorer.
keytool -list -v -keystore "C:\Users\yourUserName\Keystores\android.jks" -alias yourAppName -storepass yourPasswordToKeystore -keypass yourPasswordToRequiredAppKey
If you have multiple keys in the keystore, it might not give you the correct matching one to the given app!!!
Either on the Developer Console or Firebase, you can find the related SHA256 key somewhere. I couldn't find it now, but if you keep looking, it is there somewhere.
I just found it on the Google Play Developer Console:
It will show you the SHA keys
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I've seen this post, and it mentions that Git uses a SHA-1 hash for the version that I am using. However, when I'm comparing the output of
git hash-object to the familiar
sha1sum, I get different results. For example:
$ git --versiongit version 2.17.1$ git hash-object data/letter.txt2e65efe2a145dda7ee51d1741299f848e5bf752e$ sha1sum data/letter.txt86f7e437faa5a7fce15d1ddcb9eaeaea377667b8 data/letter.txt
I am following this post. The file
letter.txt contains a single letter 'a'.
Why would these commands produce different results?
I have run into a strange problem with git and zip files. My build script takes a bunch of documentation html pages and zips them into a docs.zip I then check this file into git.
The problem I am having is that every time I re-run the build script and get a new zip file the new zip file has a different SHA1 than the previous run. My build script is calling the ant zip task. However manualy calling the macOSX zip from the Mac OS X shell gives me a different sha1 if I zip up the same directory twice.
zip foo.zip *openssl sha1 foo.zip rm foo.zip
zip foo.zip *openssl sha1 foo.zip
Run 1 and run2 give different SHA1 even though the content did not change between runs. In both cases zip prints out exactly the same files being zipped it does not indicate that any OS specific files like .DS_Store are being included in the zip file.
Is the zip algoritm deterministic? If run on the same content will it produce exactly the same bits? if not why not?
What are my choices for zipping the files in a deterministic way? There are thousands of them in the zipped up file, I don't expect those files to change much. I know that git will zip up any files you checkin but the motivation to zip them is to just keep the mass of them out of the way.
I tryna to go on the payment gatway page on secure ogone. And for be well loged as customers, i need to send a post request with all parameters. In this parameters i have to enter the shasign who is a unic code for every transaction.i'm tryna to get the SHAsign , with hashlib. it's a SHA1. Does I need to know the pass phrase ? or i get it without. Thanks. SECURE OGONE / INGENICO.https://payment-services.ingenico.com/ogone/support/~/media/kdb/integration%20guides/sha-in_params_24092019.ashx?la=en