To enable communication between your application and Fincra, you'll need your secret key. Fincra authenticates your API requests using your account’s Secret key.
Note: Your Secret Key should be kept confidential. It can perform any API request to Fincra without restriction.
-H "api-key: your_secret_key".
If you do not include your key when making an API request or use one that is incorrect, Fincra will return an error.
"message": "Invalid authentication credentials"
"message": "No API key found in request"
Every account comes with three sets of API keys : The Secret key used for making API requests, The Public key that identifies your account with Fincra, and the Webhook secret key that is used for validating webhooks. All API keys are available for Live and Test modes.
The instructions below will aid you in getting your API keys…
Login to your Fincra dashboard and navigate to Settings on the side menu.
Copy the API key you want from the API keys and webhook Configuration tab on the Settings page.
Your Secret Key should be kept confidential. Your account’s secret API key can perform any API request to Fincra without restriction.
The Public Key is meant solely to identify your account with Fincra. It can safely be published in places like your Frontend, or Mobile app.
The Encryption Key can be used for the following :
Updated 6 months ago