Is it possible to create an X-Verify-Credentials-Authorization header using the data available in the twttr object?


I’d like to connect to a third party from a Twitter client that uses @Anywhere. The third party uses OAuth Echo to connect to Twitter.

To do this, I need to construct an X-Verify-Credentials-Authorization header to pass to the third party.

Is this possible using data in the twttr object (or using anything else in @Anywhere) without exposing my consumer secret? If so, are there any code samples along these lines?



OAuth Echo and @Anywhere are going to be mutually exclusive for these purposes – @Anywhere uses a different form of authorization.