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package jwt
import (
"bytes"
"encoding/json"
"fmt"
"strings"
)
type Parser struct {
ValidMethods []string // If populated, only these methods will be considered valid
UseJSONNumber bool // Use JSON Number format in JSON decoder
SkipClaimsValidation bool // Skip claims validation during token parsing
}
// Parse, validate, and return a token.
// keyFunc will receive the parsed token and should return the key for validating.
// If everything is kosher, err will be nil
func (p *Parser) Parse(tokenString string, keyFunc Keyfunc) (*Token, error) {
return p.ParseWithClaims(tokenString, MapClaims{}, keyFunc)
}
func (p *Parser) ParseWithClaims(tokenString string, claims Claims, keyFunc Keyfunc) (*Token, error) {
token, parts, err := p.ParseUnverified(tokenString, claims)
if err != nil {
return token, err
}
// Verify signing method is in the required set
if p.ValidMethods != nil {
var signingMethodValid = false
var alg = token.Method.Alg()
for _, m := range p.ValidMethods {
if m == alg {
signingMethodValid = true
break
}
}
if !signingMethodValid {
// signing method is not in the listed set
return token, NewValidationError(fmt.Sprintf("signing method %v is invalid", alg), ValidationErrorSignatureInvalid)
}
}
// Lookup key
var key interface{}
if keyFunc == nil {
// keyFunc was not provided. short circuiting validation
return token, NewValidationError("no Keyfunc was provided.", ValidationErrorUnverifiable)
}
if key, err = keyFunc(token); err != nil {
// keyFunc returned an error
if ve, ok := err.(*ValidationError); ok {
return token, ve
}
return token, &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorUnverifiable}
}
vErr := &ValidationError{}
// Validate Claims
if !p.SkipClaimsValidation {
if err := token.Claims.Valid(); err != nil {
// If the Claims Valid returned an error, check if it is a validation error,
// If it was another error type, create a ValidationError with a generic ClaimsInvalid flag set
if e, ok := err.(*ValidationError); !ok {
vErr = &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorClaimsInvalid}
} else {
vErr = e
}
}
}
// Perform validation
token.Signature = parts[2]
if err = token.Method.Verify(strings.Join(parts[0:2], "."), token.Signature, key); err != nil {
vErr.Inner = err
vErr.Errors |= ValidationErrorSignatureInvalid
}
if vErr.valid() {
token.Valid = true
return token, nil
}
return token, vErr
}
// WARNING: Don't use this method unless you know what you're doing
//
// This method parses the token but doesn't validate the signature. It's only
// ever useful in cases where you know the signature is valid (because it has
// been checked previously in the stack) and you want to extract values from
// it.
func (p *Parser) ParseUnverified(tokenString string, claims Claims) (token *Token, parts []string, err error) {
parts = strings.Split(tokenString, ".")
if len(parts) != 3 {
return nil, parts, NewValidationError("token contains an invalid number of segments", ValidationErrorMalformed)
}
token = &Token{Raw: tokenString}
// parse Header
var headerBytes []byte
if headerBytes, err = DecodeSegment(parts[0]); err != nil {
if strings.HasPrefix(strings.ToLower(tokenString), "bearer ") {
return token, parts, NewValidationError("tokenstring should not contain 'bearer '", ValidationErrorMalformed)
}
return token, parts, &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorMalformed}
}
if err = json.Unmarshal(headerBytes, &token.Header); err != nil {
return token, parts, &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorMalformed}
}
// parse Claims
var claimBytes []byte
token.Claims = claims
if claimBytes, err = DecodeSegment(parts[1]); err != nil {
return token, parts, &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorMalformed}
}
dec := json.NewDecoder(bytes.NewBuffer(claimBytes))
if p.UseJSONNumber {
dec.UseNumber()
}
// JSON Decode. Special case for map type to avoid weird pointer behavior
if c, ok := token.Claims.(MapClaims); ok {
err = dec.Decode(&c)
} else {
err = dec.Decode(&claims)
}
// Handle decode error
if err != nil {
return token, parts, &ValidationError{Inner: err, Errors: ValidationErrorMalformed}
}
// Lookup signature method
if method, ok := token.Header["alg"].(string); ok {
if token.Method = GetSigningMethod(method); token.Method == nil {
return token, parts, NewValidationError("signing method (alg) is unavailable.", ValidationErrorUnverifiable)
}
} else {
return token, parts, NewValidationError("signing method (alg) is unspecified.", ValidationErrorUnverifiable)
}
return token, parts, nil
}
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