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Secured Web Addressability Network

Secured Web Addressability Network (SWAN) Demo

Demo of SWAN, SWIFT and OWID implemented in Go.

Quick Start

To get you up and running quickly on a local machine using JSON for storage.

Prerequisites

  • Local Go version 1.17 or greater installation sufficient to run the Go command line.

Steps

  1. Clone the repository and navigate to the demo root directory:

    git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/SWAN-community/swan-demo-go
    cd swan-demo-go
  2. Install dependencies

    git submodule update --init 
  3. Copy Dockerfile.rename:

    cp Dockerfile.rename Dockerfile 
  4. Build the swan-demo server - if using VSCode then skip this step:

    • Linux: Run ./build.sh in a terminal.
    • Windows: Run go build -o .\application.exe .\src\server.go
  5. Configure hosts file, when running locally the demo requires that a lot of host names be redirected to localhost - the following scripts will append the contents of hosts-sample to your hosts file. Please review these scripts before executing or update your hosts file manually.

    • Linux: Run sudo ./setup-hosts.sh in a terminal.
    • Windows: Run .\setup-hosts.ps1 in an elevated Powershell terminal.
  6. Set environment variables:

    • If using Visual Studio Code, then a launch file is provided for convenience. Rename .vscode\launch.json.rename to .vscode\launch.json
    • OR, set the following environment variables:

    Linux

    export PORT=80
    export OWID_FILE="swan/creators.json"
    export SWIFT_FILE="swan/swiftnodes.json"

    Windows - CMD

    setx PORT=80
    setx OWID_FILE="swan/creators.json"
    setx SWIFT_FILE="swan/swiftnodes.json"

    Windows - Powershell

    $Env:PORT=80
    $Env:OWID_FILE="swan/creators.json"
    $Env:SWIFT_FILE="swan/swiftnodes.json"
  7. Run the Demo Server:

    • VSCode If using Visual Studio Code, then the .vscode\launch.json.rename file contains all the necessary settings to run and debug the demo.
    • Linux: Run ./application appsettings.dev.json in a terminal.
    • Windows: Run .\application.exe .\appsettings.dev.json in a Powershell window.
    • GoLand: Right click server.go and choose "Modify Run Configuration...". Add appsettings.dev.json to Program arguments. Run the configuration
  8. Navigate to http://new-pork-limes.uk in your preferred browser.

SWAN Concepts

The SWAN demo implements the concepts explained in SWAN

The deployment guide later on in this readme shows you how to set up example with multiple SWIFT nodes, publishers and marketers but every SWAN needs at least the following:

  • 5x SWIFT Nodes
  • 1x SWAN Node
  • 1x Publisher
  • 1x Marketer

An example of nodes and members with example domain names:

             +-----------+  +-----------+  +-----------+
Swift        |           |  |           |  |           |
Storage      | 1.51da.uk |  | 2.51da.uk |  | 3.51da.uk |  ... etc
Nodes        |           |  |           |  |           |
             +-----------+  +-----------+  +-----------+

             +---------+  +---------+
Swan Nodes & |         |  |         |
Swift Access | 51da.uk |  | 51db.uk | ... etc
Nodes        |         |  |         |
             +---------+  +---------+

             +-------------------+  +----------------+
             |                   |  |                |
Publisher    | new-pork-limes.uk |  | current-bun.uk | ... etc
             |                   |  |                |
             +-------------------+  +----------------+

             +--------------+  +---------------+  +----------------+
             |              |  |               |  |                |
Marketer     | cool-cars.uk |  | cool-bikes.uk |  | cool-creams.uk | ... etc
             |              |  |               |  |                |
             +--------------+  +---------------+  +----------------+

Files

Procfile : needed by AWS Elastic Beanstalk to indicate the application executable for web services.

build.ps1 : builds AWS or Azure packages on Windows ready for manual deployment.

build.sh : builds AWS or Azure packages on Linux ready for manual deployment.

cert.ps1 : Creates self signed certificates to run the demo using the https scheme. You will need openssl available in your path environment variable.

dep.ps1 : gets SWAN demo dependencies on Windows.

Dockerfile.rename : A sample dockerfile which can be used to build a Docker container suitable for use with Azure App Services.

appsettings.json : application settings for production.

appsettings.dev.json : application settings for development.

.ebextensions/.config.rename : AWS Elastic Beanstalk .config template ready for additional SSL certificates.

hosts-sample : A sample hosts file containing all the domains used in the demo

setup-hosts.sh : Appends the contents of hosts-sample to the system hosts file (Linux).

setup-hosts.ps1 : Appends the contents of hosts-sample to the system hosts file (Windows).

setup-nodes.ps1 : Registers creators and set's up Swift access and storage nodes (Windows).

setup-nodes.sh : Registers creators and set's up Swift access and storage nodes (Linux).

.vscode/launch.json.rename : template Visual Studio Code launch settings including place holders for the storage environment variable values.

Note: .gitignore will ignore launch.json, and .ebextensions/.config to limit the risk of commits containing access keys.

Deployment

The demo currently supports the following environments:

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Azure App Service
  • Local Go SDK

And the following storage solutions:

  • AWS Dynamo DB
  • Azure Storage Tables
  • Google Firebase
  • Local JSON files.

Get the code

This demo uses submodules, to clone the repository and the submodules at the same time, run:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/SWAN-community/swan-demo-go

Local Installation

Prerequisites

  • Local Go version 1.15 or greater installation sufficient to run the Go command line.

  • Specify a storage solution, see Deployment for supported storage solutions.

Steps

Environments

AWS Elastic Beanstalk - without docker

Prerequisites

  • Local Go version 1.15 or greater installation sufficient to run the Go command line.

  • Familiar with the concepts associated with SWAN, SWIFT, and OWID.

  • AWS account with Elastic Beanstalk and DynamoDB administration privileges or Azure account with Storage and App Services.

AWS

  • Setup domains to use with the demo in AWS using Route 53. Domains are needed for the following roles.

    • SWAN access domain. For example 51da.uk.

    • Each of the SWIFT nodes that will support SWAN. At least two domains are needed. For the purposes of the demo they may be sub domains. For example 51da.uk and 51db.uk.

    • At least two different domains for publishers. For example new-pork-limes.uk and current-bun.uk.

    • At least two different domains for marketers. For example cool-bikes.uk and cool-creams.uk.

  • Setup SSL certificates in AWS using Certificate Manager for each of the domains.

Windows

  • Set powershell unrestricted execution policy to enable build.ps1 to execute. Use the following command with administrator privileges.

    Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Steps

  • Get all the dependencies needed by the Go application.

    go get -d ./...

    dep.ps1 can also be used in Powershell to explicitly get the dependencies for this Go application.

  • Add the demo domain names as folder names to the www folder. For example; the domain domain.com would appear as www/domain.com. Alter the config.json content in each folder to indicate the purpose of the domain. This aspect of the demo is changing and domain examples provided with the should be reviewed along with the demo source code and comments to understand how multiple domains are supported within a single demo application.

  • You may need to support multiple SSL certificates if the demo deployment should respond to five or more domains. See AWS documentation. Locate the ARN for each of the certificates that should be used with the demo.

  • Add SSL certificate ARNs to a copy of .ebextensions/.config. For example if you have the SSL ARNs A, B and C your .config file would contain the following entries.

    option_settings:
      aws:elbv2:listener:443:
        Protocol: HTTPS
        SSLCertificateArns: "A"
    Resources:
      SSLCert2:
        Type: "AWS::ElasticLoadBalancingV2::ListenerCertificate"
        Properties:
          ListenerArn:
            Ref : "AWSEBV2LoadBalancerListener443"
          Certificates:
            - CertificateArn: "B"
      SSLCert3:
        Type: "AWS::ElasticLoadBalancingV2::ListenerCertificate"
        Properties:
          ListenerArn:
            Ref : "AWSEBV2LoadBalancerListener443"
          Certificates:
            - CertificateArn: "C"
    
  • Run the build.ps1 (Windows) or build.sh (Linux) to create the aws-eb-swan-demo.zip bundle. The bundle should contain the application executable compiled for Linux 64 bit, Procfile to tell Elastic Beanstalk how to start the application, .ebextensions/.config to configure additional HTTPS listeners for additional domains and SSL certificates, and the www folder with directories for all the domains the demo will respond to. Note the SWIFT domains used for storage do not need to be present in the www folder.

  • Create a new Elastic Beanstalk Application and Environment using the AWS documentation.

  • On your new Elastic Beanstalk instance set the following environment variables:

    • AWS_ENABLED - true
    • PORT - 5000
  • Give the Elastic Beanstalk Environment permissions to create and read DynamoDB tables:

    • For the Elastic Beanstalk Environment role (default: aws-elasticbeanstal-ec2-role), attach the AmazonDynamoDBFullAccess permission policy.
  • Upload the aws-eb-swan-demo.zip bundle to the environment.

  • Add an A record for each of the domains to direct traffic to the Elastic Beanstalk environment following the AWS documentation.

  • The SWAN access domain will be used to sign all the outgoing Open Web IDs and also to capture people's preferences. Register this domain with the following URL and entering any of the details requested. This will create a record in the owidcreators table for the domain which will contain randomly generated public and private signing keys.

    https://swan-access-domain/owid/register
    
  • For each of the storage nodes that will be used for the SWIFT component of the demo register these using the following URL. Enter the network as "swan" (no quotes) to match the value provided in the appsettings.json in the swanNetwork field. Leave the others as default.

    https://swift-node-domain/swift/register
    
  • At least one SWIFT access node is required. Repeat the previous process but select the "Access Node" option rather than the default "Storage Node". The records from these steps will be visible in the swiftnodes and swiftsecrets tables.

  • Verify the demo is working by navigating to the publisher domain. The first request from a web browser will result in the progress circle as SWIFT nodes are navigated between before the preference capture page from the SWAN domain is displayed.

Azure App Service - with Docker

Azure App Services do not support the Go runtime natively so for deployment, Docker containers are used.

Azure can be used to host docker containers using Azure Container Registries. These can then be referenced by an App Service to pull containers from.

Pre-requisites

  • Local Go version 1.15 or greater installation sufficient to run the Go command line.

  • Familiar with the concepts associated with SWAN, SWIFT, and OWID.

  • Docker Engine - https://docs.docker.com/get-docker/

  • Azure subscription with the ability to create App Services, Container Registries, DNS Zones and SSL Certificates

Azure

  • Setup Azure container registry to push the demo Docker container to.

  • Setup domains to use with the demo in Azure using App Service Domains. Domains are needed for the following roles.

    • SWAN access domain. For example 51da.uk.

    • Each of the SWIFT nodes that will support SWAN. At least two domains are needed. For the purposes of the demo they may be sub domains. For example 51da.uk and 51db.uk.

    • At least two different domains for publishers. For example new-pork-limes.uk and current-bun.uk.

    • At least two different domains for marketers. For example cool-bikes.uk and cool-creams.uk.

    • A domain for SSPs, Exchanges, DPSs and CMPs. For the purposes of the demo they can be sub domains. For example dsp.swan-demo.uk and cmp.swan-demo.uk

  • Setup SSL certificates in Azure using App Service Certificates for each of the domains.

  • Create a place to store SWAN demo data using a Storage Account

Windows

  • Set powershell unrestricted execution policy to enable build.ps1 to execute. Use the following command with administrator privileges.

    Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Steps

  • Get all the dependencies needed by the Go application.

    go get -d ./...

    dep.ps1 can also be used in Powershell to explicitly get the dependencies for this Go application.

  • Add the demo domain names as folder names to the www folder. For example; the domain domain.com would appear as www/domain.com. Alter the config.json content in each folder to indicate the purpose of the domain. This aspect of the demo is changing and domain examples provided with the should be reviewed along with the demo source code and comments to understand how multiple domains are supported within a single demo application.

  • You may need to support multiple SSL certificates if the demo deployment should respond to five or more domains. See Azure documentation.

  • Copy or rename /Dockerfile.rename to /Dockerfile and modify the ENV values for your environment.

  • Run the build.ps1 (Windows) or build.sh (Linux) to create the Docker image. The image should contain the application executable compiled for Linux 64 bit, the appsetings.json file and the www folder with directories for all the domains the demo will respond to. Note the SWIFT domains used for storage do not need to be present in the www folder.

  • Before you can push the image to your Azure Container Registry (ACR) you will need to tag the image using the docker tag command. Replace with the login server name of your ACR instance.

    docker tag swan-community/swan-demo-go <login-server>/swan-demo-go:latest
    
  • Push the container to the ACR instance.

    docker push <login-server>/swan-demo-go:latest
    
  • Create a new App Service - see Deploy and run a containerized web app with Azure App Service

    • Go to the Azure portal and select Create a resource.

    • Search for and select Web App.

    • On the Basics tab, configure the values. The following values are for guidance:

      Setting Value
      Resource Group Select the resource group to use or create a new one.
      Name e.g. swan-demo-go-app
      Publish Docker Container
      OS Linux
      Region Select the same location that is close to you from previous exercise.
      App Service Plan Use the default.
    • Select Next: Docker >.

    • On the Docker tab, use the following values as a guide for each setting.

      Setting Value
      Options Single Container
      Image Source Azure Container Registry
      Registry Select your registry.
      Image swan-community/swan-demo-go
      Tag latest
      Startup Command Leave this setting empty.
    • Select Review and create, and then select Create.

  • Map each of the domains to direct traffic to the App Service following the Azure documentation.

  • The SWAN access domain will be used to sign all the outgoing Open Web IDs and also to capture people's preferences. Register this domain with the following URL and entering any of the details requested. This will create a record in the owidcreators table for the domain which will contain randomly generated public and private signing keys. Do this for each SWAN access node and SWAN participant.

    https://swan-access-domain/owid/register
    
  • For each of the storage nodes that will be used for the SWIFT component of the demo register these using the following URL. Enter the network as "swan" (no quotes) to match the value provided in the appsettings.json in the swanNetwork field. Leave the others as default.

    https://swift-node-domain/swift/register
    
  • At least one SWIFT access node is required. Repeat the previous process but select the "Access Node" option rather than the default "Storage Node". The records from these steps will be visible in the swiftnodes and swiftsecrets tables.

  • Verify the demo is working by navigating to a publisher domain. The first request from a web browser will result in the progress circle as SWIFT nodes are navigated between before the preference capture page from the SWAN domain is displayed.

Google Cloud Platform

WIP - prerequisites and steps to set up the demo on GCP environment

Pre-requisites

  • Local Go version 1.15 or greater installation sufficient to run the Go command line.

  • Familiar with the concepts associated with SWAN, SWIFT, and OWID.

  • Firebase project with the ability to manage Cloud Firestore.

Google Firebase

See the Cloud FireStore Quick Start

If you are running the SWAN demo locally, then follow the steps to initialize on your own server, otherwise, follow the steps to initialize on google cloud platform.

Steps

  • Set the GCP_PROJECT environment variable value as your Firebase Project ID
  • If running the SWAN demo locally then follow the steps to generate a new service account:
    • Create a new service account.
    • Give the new service account the Firebase Admin SDK Administrator Service Agent role.
    • On the service account, generate a new key.
    • Set the GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environment variable to point to your key path.

Local

Hosts

This demo makes extensive use of multiple domains. For development purposes, setup the demo domains to resolve to localhost (127.0.0.1).

A sample hosts file is provided in the root of the project which contains all domains used by the demo mapped to localhost: hosts-sample.

Paths to system hosts files are below.

Windows

In an elevated command prompt:

notepad C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts

Linux

As root:

nano /etc/hosts

HTTPS

Some of the demo elements require HTTPS to function correctly. To enable HTTPS support on your local machine then you will need to add the swan demo certificate to your local store.

Windows

.\cert.ps1 script has been provided for convenience on windows, to run it you will need openssl available on your system path.

On windows, git usually comes packaged with a windows openssl binary. This can be found at %ProgramFiles%\Git\usr\bin\openssl.exe, otherwise openssl for windows can be obtained from https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/Binaries

Linux

openssl req -out uk.csr -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout uk.key -extensions req_ext -config openssl-csr.conf

openssl x509 -req -days 3650 -in uk.csr -signkey uk.key -out uk.crt -extensions req_ext -extfile openssl-csr.conf

Storage

The demo features a local storage option. Creators and Swift Nodes are stored locally in json files.

This is the default configuration of the demo. See .vscode\launch.json.rename The files are stored in a folder called .swan, the files are named consistently with the tables names when using cloud storage solutions.

  • Creators - .swan\creators.json
  • Swift Nodes - .swan\swiftnodes.json

These files are available in source control and contain pre-populated data. A script has been provided for convenience if you want to regenerate the data i.e. to use a different set of secrets.

OWID Storage

If using multiple stores to simulate multiple stores for SWIFT, the store for OWID must be specified as OWID only supports one instance of store.

To specify the storage implementation to use, set the environment variable OWID_STORE to one of the following:

  • Azure Table Storage - azure
  • Google Firebase - gcp
  • Local Storage - local
  • AWS DynamoDB - aws

If the OWID_STORE environment is not set then the first configured store in the above order will be used instead.

See .vscode/launch.json.rename for a sample.

Steps:

  1. delete the local storage JSON files.
  2. Restart or start the SWAN demo.
  3. run .\setup-nodes.ps1

Notes

Azure CosmosDB / Table Storage

If you are using Azure Storage Tables, this demo requires your storage account name and key to be securely stored in environment variables local to the machine running the demo:

If configuring an Azure App Service then see: Configure an App Service app in the Azure portal

Visual Studio Code

Use the Command Palette (Ctrl + Shift + P) to running the Go: Install/Update Tools to install gopkgs, dlv and gopls.

Prebid

The publisher new-prebid-limes shows a demo of how SWAN data might transact in Prebid.js. To run the demo you will have to build Prebid.js:

cd www/prebid
npm install
gulp serve-fast

This demo uses a demo library new-prebid-limes.uk/swan.js which exists simply to collect any SWAN signatures returned to the page and format them when needed for a request to the CMP info page.

The included branch of Prebid.js includes a swanIdSystem module which reads the swanId of the page from window.swanId and exposes it to bidders (the publisher can control which bidders receive the swanId). In the demo it is exposed as an eid:

{
  "user": {
    "ext": {
      "eids": [
        {
          "source": "swan.io",
          "uids": [
            {
              "id": "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",
              "atype": 1
            }
          ]
        }
      ]
    }
  }
}

SWAN readers are required to return OWID signatures when they use SWAN data. The included swanBidAdapter shows how this might be done. In the example the bidder returns a tree of OWIDs using the BidResponse.ext.swan_owids field in OpenRTB. The BidResponse extension is used instead of Bid extension because SWAN data can be used without the submission of a bid. These OWIDs are then passed to swan.js in the page.

BidResponse
{
  "id": "swan-bid",
  "ext": {
    "swan_owids": [
      {
        "impid": "22600961cdf2dc",
        "owid": {
          "OWID": "Am5ldy1wcmViaWQtbGltZXMudWsAVnILAEYBAAABAW5ldy1wcmViaWQtbGltZXMudWsAEAAAAO+5CvBYC06tlwUMC7LNAqACNTFkYS51awAb/wkAEAAAAKLBNyHy5UE5kcN3KQkAvpdtkGrfd/KBl3Mk1r0f7MrQKmuCpmXZqjNHFJe9pJG0a7QPHShEvYHUorxiS7RKB2w9rzP0fnC0fzeox4zE69NFAmNtcC5zd2FuLWRlbW8udWsAkkULAAIAAABvbhXF8zuDcui52ZUJqx8i5/ZvkVtqRv1H2qyq/2ixzhJ5SPEvn6RVxVJo1dX0c04ds5i6ojRAH3YbIqCUDp5a4+kCNTFkYS51awBJcgsAAAAAACJblIVvjFskyW1leVSAyTvHOQalKCCrktEPjHp9/KQHaRjbAf8/foYvRtzvI8KQhnXZqI88fGZnFyxHEOe+jCNjb29sLWNhcnMudWsNAGbf7GSQpz/Y8M/abqvDEoH3XIIxbU3qoQnVtZcbOPwcpwYZBbxyBThZsrfj76OJXe1BxtXgxdTvPb8pYFxaNbQ=",
          "Children": [
            {
              "OWID": "AnB1Ym1hdGljLnN3YW4tZGVtby51awBWcgsAAgAAAAEDLMTHhj4R3CuSKdKJb09EHlhF1zqksgAgfX3MY5PTw7u+FfC4V8PJVtBF5N1T6WWH8+LATVitImD+2COXGp6tjw==",
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    ]
  }
}

The swan-demo package includes a prebid route in the OpenRTB controller which is used to return SWAN BidResponses for the demo. It is an OpenRTB interface around the existing demo advertising mechanism.

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