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How do I reset the BIOS for Elitebook 6000 G2. And then how do I set the new password. Jul 1, 2020 Password Recovery – ResetProbookPassword | HPP Q: POST request with file upload in body I am trying to POST a file using python requests library. I have tried the following: import requests url = "" headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json" } data = {"username": "Test", "password": "Test"} # Set the request headers r = requests.post(url, data=data, files={'file': '@file.txt'}, headers=headers, verify=False) # Grab the response and print the data. print(r.text) I am able to do the requests.post using postman but not sure how to do it using python. Could anyone please help. A: You shouldn't use the @file.txt in the filename, it is a shortcut to files to make more likely to be used by the user. What you should use is the multipart/form-data. import requests url = "" headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json" } data = {"username": "Test", "password": "Test"} # Set the request headers r = requests.post(url, data=data, files={'file': ('@file.txt', open('file.txt','rb')), }, headers=headers, verify=False) # Grab the response and print the data. print(r.text) The general rule of thumb is, if you release your software into the wild, and it ends up in the depths of an infra-red image, it won't work. Well, that rule is alive and kicking after all, for a small time-frame that spans just 24 hours. Today, our colleagues at The Register told us about a new software flaw that affected the






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