Digest and digest seeds (Java)

Posted on 2010-08-23
Last Modified: 2013-11-16

I am trying to make a program that connects to an undocumented server. The problem is that I get this response:

### Digest seed: xxxxxxx

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I got a username and password for this server, but how do I apply it to a digest? Thanks!
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Sorry for answering so late :(

It's not that easy as I have to include both digest, username and password in it. As I see, there isn't any standard available, so I'll close this question.

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