What is this random IMTBuffer input I am getting?

I have this webhook triggered by a Google Form.

At random times, it receives a random input like this, even without anyone submitting the form.

What is this?

The IMTBuffer input you are getting appears to be a buffer object in binary format. Here’s a breakdown of the key components:

  • Buffer: This indicates that the data is stored in a binary format.
  • Length: The length of the buffer is 0, which means it doesn’t contain any data.
  • Codepage: Indicates the encoding used, which in this case is binary.
  • Checksum: A hash value (checksum) that verifies the integrity of the buffer data.

The buffer with a length of 0 means that the webhook you are using might not be sending any data or the data it is sending is empty. This can happen if the webhook request body is empty or if the webhook configuration is incorrect.

To resolve this issue, you should:

  1. Check the Webhook Configuration: Ensure that the webhook is correctly set up to send the necessary data.
  2. Verify the Data Source: Make sure that the source sending the data to the webhook is providing the correct and expected payload.
  3. Inspect the Webhook Request: Look at the raw request being sent to the webhook to ensure it includes the data you need.

If you need further help, please provide more details about how the webhook is set up and the context in which you are using it.