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HTTP 400 using Web API tie.setReputations



Trying to use the Web API to set reputation override for some files and am having issues getting to work properly.

The command I'm using is:




I Base64 encoded both the SHA1 and MD5 hashes (actual hashes according to the TIE File reputation Information page in ePO):


SHA1=A0FCF466184684064B08C54DAF2AA44356F26483 -- BASE64: QTBGQ0Y0NjYxODQ2ODQwNjRCMDhDNTREQUYyQUE0NDM1NkYyNjQ4Mw== (this is what I use in the URL)

MD5=B3ED7CE6A73041A873E6DFE43419817C --  BASE64: QjNFRDdDRTZBNzMwNDFBODczRTZERkU0MzQxOTgxN0M= (this is what I use in the URL)


When I run the command I keep getting HTTP 400 (bad request) but fail to see what I'm doing wrong in the command?

Any help is appreciated.

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Re: HTTP 400 using Web API tie.setReputations

Turns out that the command has to be encoded (not just when using a browser but even when using a tool like curl), in the following fashion:

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