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Security for butler Http Request

Is there a good/standard way to ensure the http post request made with the trello butler automation can be validated by the receiver of the request?

 

For example a rule such as: "if a card is added -> send an http request to receiver A with content X. How does the receiver know the content was not manipulated and is save to use?

 

My Idea was to use a custom header to verify the integrity.

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Cody C_
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Jan 30, 2023 • edited

Hi Felix - I don't think we necessarily have a recommended or standard way to validate those requests, but you could definitely add a custom header if you're thinking that would work best for you!

Adding a custom header can be done in JSON format, for example:

 {"customHeader":"sample"}

We also have a developer forum where you may be able to get into a bit more depth on this topic, here's a link to that forum: https://community.developer.atlassian.com/c/trello/42

And a bit more on issuing https requests here, as a reference: https://support.atlassian.com/trello/docs/issuing-http-requests/

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