(215) Bad Authentication data


#21

Seeing the same problem.


#22

My app is having the same problem publishing statues.

We are using twitteroauth library:

183: default:
return $this->http($request->get_normalized_http_url(), $method, $request->to_postdata());

to this

183: default:
return $this->http($request->to_url(), $method, $request->to_postdata());

This solved the problem temporarily.

Any official words from twitter?


#23

Sorry for the delay everyone. We’re currently working to roll back a change that is causing this behavior. I’ll follow up when that process is complete, but it should resolve the issue for you.


#24

Instead of 215 ‘Bad Authentication data’ I’m now seeing a ton of 32 ‘Could not authenticate you’ errors instead. Anyone else?


#25

Probably a bit superfluous as @compston says it’s being fixed but many of my members have been experiencing it today :confused:


#26

I concur.


#27

Could you 1) confirm that you’re still getting the new code 32 error, and 2) if so, paste in the full HTTP request / response?


#28

Here’s mine:

https://api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/update.json?oauth_consumer_key=xxxxxx&oauth_nonce=xxxxx&oauth_signature=xxxxx&oauth_signature_method=HMAC-SHA1&oauth_timestamp=xxxxx&oauth_token=xxxxx&oauth_version=1.0&status=Testing%20twitter%20publish%20from%20sandbox

Response:

{“errors”:[{“message”:“Could not authenticate you”,“code”:32}]}

Edit: nevermind, restoring the temporary fix would resolve the problem.


#29

i got the same error (32). You need to put the data in the POSTFIELDS. It worked for me.


#30

Working here.


#31

Undoing the workaround has everything back to normal.


#32

Thank you for your patience. This issue should be resolved. Please visit the OAuth section of the forum for further support. For any further inquiries regarding OAuth please open a new thread in the OAuth category https://twittercommunity.com/category/oauth

Thanks!


#33

Thanks for your help on this @Noonisms (and the rest of the twitter team). Everything is as you said working?

Is there anywhere we can look to see if things smaller changes like this one?


#34

Glad to hear that things are working again, and thank you again for your patience while we resolved the issue.

This is the best place to follow us for updates! :thumbsup: we announce major changes in the Announcements topic, or other topics more specific to a specific change; and we also of course tweet @twitterdev and @twitterapi