Git credential fingerprint should be a standard hash value

christopher.wellington
christopher.wellington Member, Administrator, Domino Posts: 20 admin

Right now it's not useful because the fingerprint is base 64 encoded. However, if it were visible as an MD5 hash value (or SHA256 or some other standard) we could verify the key we added to Domino by comparing the fingerprint hash values. We could do this to make sure we added the correct private key to Domino, or that our private key fingerprint matches with the public key fingerprint wherever we're trying to connect.

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  • zach.ingraham
    zach.ingraham Member, Administrator, Moderator, Domino Posts: 53 admin

    Does that mean, as a workaround, we can just decode the fingerprint from base 64 and it will match a standard format?

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