Rotate Webhook Signatures
By updating one of your application's webhook signatures keys at a time you can rotate the keys without running into any conflicts.
When set up, Box will always sends two signatures with every webhook payload. Your application can trust a payload as long as at least one of its signatures is valid.
When updating one signature key at a time your application will always receive a payload with at least one valid signature.
These instructions assume that you have already created a primary and secondary key before and are ready to replace either of them.
By following these steps you can configure your application with two new keys without any conflicts.
- Change the primary key in the developer console of your application. Head to the webhooks section of your application configuration screen and click the "Reset" button for the primary key.
- Update your application with the new primary key. Your application might still receive notifications with the old primary key but your webhooks should still be processed correctly as the secondary key is still valid.
- Once you are confident that no webhooks with the old primary key are in-flight, you can update the secondary key with the same process.