Michael Thomas wrote:
Just the normal base 64 encoding of the 20 byte output of SHA1/SHA256 --
nothing different than normal, eg l= > 0.
Mike, not knowing what those values are offhand :)
According to some code of mine, sha256("") in hex is:
Anyone confirm that? (I've not checked what the code does, vs.
should do, with a null input.)
So we should have "l=0;bh=base64(that-hex-above)"
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