key using Key.get_or_insert in google app
Hi everyone I'm beginner CTF player and I have same lake with python modules and I face following problem
i dump the file container the flag but it use python to generate it as a hash using this key
can same one help me to understand this code
key = Key.get_or_insert("key", namespace="default").secret.encode("utf-8")
secret = ndb.StringProperty()
logic has not changed, but so the code is easier to comment on
key = Key.get_or_insert('key', namespace='default') # if object exists retrieve it, otherwise create and retrieve it secret = key.secret # get value of secret field secret.encode('utf-8') # return an encoded version of the string as a bytes object.
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