Webhook signatures provide additional security to webhooks emitted by Rutter by verifying that the webhook wasn't sent from an unknown or malicious entity. To do this, Rutter signs each webhook payload with a secret. The resulting signature is included in the header of the request, which you can then use to verify that the webhook received is from Rutter, guaranteeing the validity of the webhook.
Every webhook sent by Rutter contains a header called
X-Rutter-Signature whose value is the prefix
sha256= followed by a
HMAC-SHA256 hash of the webhook payload, where the secret used to generate the hash is your organization's client secret.
Updated 7 days ago