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# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals
import time
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from io import BytesIO
from itertools import chain
from django.core.exceptions import SuspiciousOperation
from django.core.handlers.wsgi import LimitedStream, WSGIRequest
from django.http import (
HttpRequest, HttpResponse, RawPostDataException, UnreadablePostError,
build_request_repr, parse_cookie,
)
from django.test import RequestFactory, SimpleTestCase, override_settings
from django.test.client import FakePayload
from django.test.utils import str_prefix
from django.utils import six
from django.utils.encoding import force_str
from django.utils.http import cookie_date, urlencode
from django.utils.six.moves import http_cookies
from django.utils.six.moves.urllib.parse import urlencode as original_urlencode
from django.utils.timezone import utc
class RequestsTests(SimpleTestCase):
def test_httprequest(self):
request = HttpRequest()
self.assertEqual(list(request.GET.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.POST.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.COOKIES.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.META.keys()), [])
# .GET and .POST should be QueryDicts
self.assertEqual(request.GET.urlencode(), '')
self.assertEqual(request.POST.urlencode(), '')
# and FILES should be MultiValueDict
self.assertEqual(request.FILES.getlist('foo'), [])
def test_httprequest_full_path(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = request.path_info = '/;some/?awful/=path/foo:bar/'
request.META['QUERY_STRING'] = ';some=query&+query=string'
expected = '/%3Bsome/%3Fawful/%3Dpath/foo:bar/?;some=query&+query=string'
self.assertEqual(request.get_full_path(), expected)
def test_httprequest_full_path_with_query_string_and_fragment(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = request.path_info = '/foo#bar'
request.META['QUERY_STRING'] = 'baz#quux'
self.assertEqual(request.get_full_path(), '/foo%23bar?baz#quux')
def test_httprequest_repr(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = '/somepath/'
request.method = 'GET'
request.GET = {'get-key': 'get-value'}
request.POST = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
request.COOKIES = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
request.META = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<HttpRequest: GET '/somepath/'>"))
self.assertEqual(build_request_repr(request), str_prefix("<HttpRequest\npath:/somepath/,\nGET:{%(_)s'get-key': %(_)s'get-value'},\nPOST:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'},\nCOOKIES:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'},\nMETA:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'}>"))
self.assertEqual(build_request_repr(request, path_override='/otherpath/', GET_override={'a': 'b'}, POST_override={'c': 'd'}, COOKIES_override={'e': 'f'}, META_override={'g': 'h'}),
str_prefix("<HttpRequest\npath:/otherpath/,\nGET:{%(_)s'a': %(_)s'b'},\nPOST:{%(_)s'c': %(_)s'd'},\nCOOKIES:{%(_)s'e': %(_)s'f'},\nMETA:{%(_)s'g': %(_)s'h'}>"))
def test_httprequest_repr_invalid_method_and_path(self):
request = HttpRequest()
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<HttpRequest>"))
request = HttpRequest()
request.method = "GET"
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<HttpRequest>"))
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = ""
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<HttpRequest>"))
def test_bad_httprequest_repr(self):
"""
If an exception occurs when parsing GET, POST, COOKIES, or META, the
repr of the request should show it.
"""
class Bomb(object):
"""An object that raises an exception when printed out."""
def __repr__(self):
raise Exception('boom!')
bomb = Bomb()
for attr in ['GET', 'POST', 'COOKIES', 'META']:
request = HttpRequest()
setattr(request, attr, {'bomb': bomb})
self.assertIn('%s:<could not parse>' % attr, build_request_repr(request))
def test_wsgirequest(self):
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': 'bogus', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'bogus', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(list(request.GET.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.POST.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.COOKIES.keys()), [])
self.assertEqual(set(request.META.keys()), {'PATH_INFO', 'REQUEST_METHOD', 'SCRIPT_NAME', 'wsgi.input'})
self.assertEqual(request.META['PATH_INFO'], 'bogus')
self.assertEqual(request.META['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'bogus')
self.assertEqual(request.META['SCRIPT_NAME'], '')
def test_wsgirequest_with_script_name(self):
"""
Ensure that the request's path is correctly assembled, regardless of
whether or not the SCRIPT_NAME has a trailing slash.
Refs #20169.
"""
# With trailing slash
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'SCRIPT_NAME': '/PREFIX/', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/PREFIX/somepath/')
# Without trailing slash
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'SCRIPT_NAME': '/PREFIX', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/PREFIX/somepath/')
def test_wsgirequest_with_force_script_name(self):
"""
Ensure that the FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME setting takes precedence over the
request's SCRIPT_NAME environment parameter.
Refs #20169.
"""
with override_settings(FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME='/FORCED_PREFIX/'):
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'SCRIPT_NAME': '/PREFIX/', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/FORCED_PREFIX/somepath/')
def test_wsgirequest_path_with_force_script_name_trailing_slash(self):
"""
Ensure that the request's path is correctly assembled, regardless of
whether or not the FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME setting has a trailing slash.
Refs #20169.
"""
# With trailing slash
with override_settings(FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME='/FORCED_PREFIX/'):
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/FORCED_PREFIX/somepath/')
# Without trailing slash
with override_settings(FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME='/FORCED_PREFIX'):
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/FORCED_PREFIX/somepath/')
def test_wsgirequest_repr(self):
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<WSGIRequest: GET '/'>"))
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': '/somepath/', 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
request.GET = {'get-key': 'get-value'}
request.POST = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
request.COOKIES = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
request.META = {'post-key': 'post-value'}
self.assertEqual(repr(request), str_prefix("<WSGIRequest: GET '/somepath/'>"))
self.assertEqual(build_request_repr(request), str_prefix("<WSGIRequest\npath:/somepath/,\nGET:{%(_)s'get-key': %(_)s'get-value'},\nPOST:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'},\nCOOKIES:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'},\nMETA:{%(_)s'post-key': %(_)s'post-value'}>"))
self.assertEqual(build_request_repr(request, path_override='/otherpath/', GET_override={'a': 'b'}, POST_override={'c': 'd'}, COOKIES_override={'e': 'f'}, META_override={'g': 'h'}),
str_prefix("<WSGIRequest\npath:/otherpath/,\nGET:{%(_)s'a': %(_)s'b'},\nPOST:{%(_)s'c': %(_)s'd'},\nCOOKIES:{%(_)s'e': %(_)s'f'},\nMETA:{%(_)s'g': %(_)s'h'}>"))
def test_wsgirequest_path_info(self):
def wsgi_str(path_info):
path_info = path_info.encode('utf-8') # Actual URL sent by the browser (bytestring)
if six.PY3:
path_info = path_info.decode('iso-8859-1') # Value in the WSGI environ dict (native string)
return path_info
# Regression for #19468
request = WSGIRequest({'PATH_INFO': wsgi_str("/سلام/"), 'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b'')})
self.assertEqual(request.path, "/سلام/")
def test_parse_cookie(self):
self.assertEqual(parse_cookie('invalid@key=true'), {})
def test_httprequest_location(self):
request = HttpRequest()
self.assertEqual(request.build_absolute_uri(location="https://www.example.com/asdf"),
'https://www.example.com/asdf')
request.get_host = lambda: 'www.example.com'
request.path = ''
self.assertEqual(request.build_absolute_uri(location="/path/with:colons"),
'http://www.example.com/path/with:colons')
def test_near_expiration(self):
"Cookie will expire when an near expiration time is provided"
response = HttpResponse()
# There is a timing weakness in this test; The
# expected result for max-age requires that there be
# a very slight difference between the evaluated expiration
# time, and the time evaluated in set_cookie(). If this
# difference doesn't exist, the cookie time will be
# 1 second larger. To avoid the problem, put in a quick sleep,
# which guarantees that there will be a time difference.
expires = datetime.utcnow() + timedelta(seconds=10)
time.sleep(0.001)
response.set_cookie('datetime', expires=expires)
datetime_cookie = response.cookies['datetime']
self.assertEqual(datetime_cookie['max-age'], 10)
def test_aware_expiration(self):
"Cookie accepts an aware datetime as expiration time"
response = HttpResponse()
expires = (datetime.utcnow() + timedelta(seconds=10)).replace(tzinfo=utc)
time.sleep(0.001)
response.set_cookie('datetime', expires=expires)
datetime_cookie = response.cookies['datetime']
self.assertEqual(datetime_cookie['max-age'], 10)
def test_far_expiration(self):
"Cookie will expire when an distant expiration time is provided"
response = HttpResponse()
response.set_cookie('datetime', expires=datetime(2028, 1, 1, 4, 5, 6))
datetime_cookie = response.cookies['datetime']
self.assertIn(
datetime_cookie['expires'],
# Slight time dependency; refs #23450
('Sat, 01-Jan-2028 04:05:06 GMT', 'Sat, 01-Jan-2028 04:05:07 GMT')
)
def test_max_age_expiration(self):
"Cookie will expire if max_age is provided"
response = HttpResponse()
response.set_cookie('max_age', max_age=10)
max_age_cookie = response.cookies['max_age']
self.assertEqual(max_age_cookie['max-age'], 10)
self.assertEqual(max_age_cookie['expires'], cookie_date(time.time() + 10))
def test_httponly_cookie(self):
response = HttpResponse()
response.set_cookie('example', httponly=True)
example_cookie = response.cookies['example']
# A compat cookie may be in use -- check that it has worked
# both as an output string, and using the cookie attributes
self.assertIn('; %s' % http_cookies.Morsel._reserved['httponly'], str(example_cookie))
self.assertTrue(example_cookie['httponly'])
def test_unicode_cookie(self):
"Verify HttpResponse.set_cookie() works with unicode data."
response = HttpResponse()
cookie_value = '清風'
response.set_cookie('test', cookie_value)
self.assertEqual(force_str(cookie_value), response.cookies['test'].value)
def test_limited_stream(self):
# Read all of a limited stream
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'test'), 2)
self.assertEqual(stream.read(), b'te')
# Reading again returns nothing.
self.assertEqual(stream.read(), b'')
# Read a number of characters greater than the stream has to offer
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'test'), 2)
self.assertEqual(stream.read(5), b'te')
# Reading again returns nothing.
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(5), b'')
# Read sequentially from a stream
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'12345678'), 8)
self.assertEqual(stream.read(5), b'12345')
self.assertEqual(stream.read(5), b'678')
# Reading again returns nothing.
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(5), b'')
# Read lines from a stream
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'1234\n5678\nabcd\nefgh\nijkl'), 24)
# Read a full line, unconditionally
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(), b'1234\n')
# Read a number of characters less than a line
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(2), b'56')
# Read the rest of the partial line
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(), b'78\n')
# Read a full line, with a character limit greater than the line length
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(6), b'abcd\n')
# Read the next line, deliberately terminated at the line end
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(4), b'efgh')
# Read the next line... just the line end
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(), b'\n')
# Read everything else.
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(), b'ijkl')
# Regression for #15018
# If a stream contains a newline, but the provided length
# is less than the number of provided characters, the newline
# doesn't reset the available character count
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'1234\nabcdef'), 9)
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(10), b'1234\n')
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(3), b'abc')
# Now expire the available characters
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(3), b'd')
# Reading again returns nothing.
self.assertEqual(stream.readline(2), b'')
# Same test, but with read, not readline.
stream = LimitedStream(BytesIO(b'1234\nabcdef'), 9)
self.assertEqual(stream.read(6), b'1234\na')
self.assertEqual(stream.read(2), b'bc')
self.assertEqual(stream.read(2), b'd')
self.assertEqual(stream.read(2), b'')
self.assertEqual(stream.read(), b'')
def test_stream(self):
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.read(), b'name=value')
def test_read_after_value(self):
"""
Reading from request is allowed after accessing request contents as
POST or body.
"""
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['value']})
self.assertEqual(request.body, b'name=value')
self.assertEqual(request.read(), b'name=value')
def test_value_after_read(self):
"""
Construction of POST or body is not allowed after reading
from request.
"""
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.read(2), b'na')
self.assertRaises(RawPostDataException, lambda: request.body)
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {})
def test_non_ascii_POST(self):
payload = FakePayload(urlencode({'key': 'España'}))
request = WSGIRequest({
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'wsgi.input': payload,
})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'key': ['España']})
def test_alternate_charset_POST(self):
"""
Test a POST with non-utf-8 payload encoding.
"""
payload = FakePayload(original_urlencode({'key': 'España'.encode('latin-1')}))
request = WSGIRequest({
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=iso-8859-1',
'wsgi.input': payload,
})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'key': ['España']})
def test_body_after_POST_multipart_form_data(self):
"""
Reading body after parsing multipart/form-data is not allowed
"""
# Because multipart is used for large amounts of data i.e. file uploads,
# we don't want the data held in memory twice, and we don't want to
# silence the error by setting body = '' either.
payload = FakePayload("\r\n".join([
'--boundary',
'Content-Disposition: form-data; name="name"',
'',
'value',
'--boundary--'
'']))
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'multipart/form-data; boundary=boundary',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['value']})
self.assertRaises(RawPostDataException, lambda: request.body)
def test_body_after_POST_multipart_related(self):
"""
Reading body after parsing multipart that isn't form-data is allowed
"""
# Ticket #9054
# There are cases in which the multipart data is related instead of
# being a binary upload, in which case it should still be accessible
# via body.
payload_data = b"\r\n".join([
b'--boundary',
b'Content-ID: id; name="name"',
b'',
b'value',
b'--boundary--'
b''])
payload = FakePayload(payload_data)
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'multipart/related; boundary=boundary',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {})
self.assertEqual(request.body, payload_data)
def test_POST_multipart_with_content_length_zero(self):
"""
Multipart POST requests with Content-Length >= 0 are valid and need to be handled.
"""
# According to:
# http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec14.html#sec14.13
# Every request.POST with Content-Length >= 0 is a valid request,
# this test ensures that we handle Content-Length == 0.
payload = FakePayload("\r\n".join([
'--boundary',
'Content-Disposition: form-data; name="name"',
'',
'value',
'--boundary--'
'']))
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'multipart/form-data; boundary=boundary',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': 0,
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {})
def test_POST_binary_only(self):
payload = b'\r\n\x01\x00\x00\x00ab\x00\x00\xcd\xcc,@'
environ = {'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/octet-stream',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': BytesIO(payload)}
request = WSGIRequest(environ)
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {})
self.assertEqual(request.FILES, {})
self.assertEqual(request.body, payload)
# Same test without specifying content-type
environ.update({'CONTENT_TYPE': '', 'wsgi.input': BytesIO(payload)})
request = WSGIRequest(environ)
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {})
self.assertEqual(request.FILES, {})
self.assertEqual(request.body, payload)
def test_read_by_lines(self):
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
self.assertEqual(list(request), [b'name=value'])
def test_POST_after_body_read(self):
"""
POST should be populated even if body is read first
"""
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
request.body # evaluate
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['value']})
def test_POST_after_body_read_and_stream_read(self):
"""
POST should be populated even if body is read first, and then
the stream is read second.
"""
payload = FakePayload('name=value')
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
request.body # evaluate
self.assertEqual(request.read(1), b'n')
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['value']})
def test_POST_after_body_read_and_stream_read_multipart(self):
"""
POST should be populated even if body is read first, and then
the stream is read second. Using multipart/form-data instead of urlencoded.
"""
payload = FakePayload("\r\n".join([
'--boundary',
'Content-Disposition: form-data; name="name"',
'',
'value',
'--boundary--'
'']))
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'multipart/form-data; boundary=boundary',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload})
request.body # evaluate
# Consume enough data to mess up the parsing:
self.assertEqual(request.read(13), b'--boundary\r\nC')
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['value']})
def test_POST_connection_error(self):
"""
If wsgi.input.read() raises an exception while trying to read() the
POST, the exception should be identifiable (not a generic IOError).
"""
class ExplodingBytesIO(BytesIO):
def read(self, len=0):
raise IOError("kaboom!")
payload = b'name=value'
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': ExplodingBytesIO(payload)})
with self.assertRaises(UnreadablePostError):
request.body
def test_FILES_connection_error(self):
"""
If wsgi.input.read() raises an exception while trying to read() the
FILES, the exception should be identifiable (not a generic IOError).
"""
class ExplodingBytesIO(BytesIO):
def read(self, len=0):
raise IOError("kaboom!")
payload = b'x'
request = WSGIRequest({'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'multipart/form-data; boundary=foo_',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': ExplodingBytesIO(payload)})
with self.assertRaises(UnreadablePostError):
request.FILES
class HostValidationTests(SimpleTestCase):
poisoned_hosts = [
'example.com@evil.tld',
'example.com:dr.frankenstein@evil.tld',
'example.com:dr.frankenstein@evil.tld:80',
'example.com:80/badpath',
'example.com: recovermypassword.com',
]
@override_settings(
USE_X_FORWARDED_HOST=False,
ALLOWED_HOSTS=[
'forward.com', 'example.com', 'internal.com', '12.34.56.78',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]', 'xn--4ca9at.com',
'.multitenant.com', 'INSENSITIVE.com',
])
def test_http_get_host(self):
# Check if X_FORWARDED_HOST is provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_HOST': 'forward.com',
'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com',
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
# X_FORWARDED_HOST is ignored.
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'example.com')
# Check if X_FORWARDED_HOST isn't provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com',
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'example.com')
# Check if HTTP_HOST isn't provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'internal.com')
# Check if HTTP_HOST isn't provided, and we're on a nonstandard port
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 8042,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'internal.com:8042')
legit_hosts = [
'example.com',
'example.com:80',
'12.34.56.78',
'12.34.56.78:443',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]:8080',
'xn--4ca9at.com', # Punnycode for öäü.com
'anything.multitenant.com',
'multitenant.com',
'insensitive.com',
'example.com.',
'example.com.:80',
]
for host in legit_hosts:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': host,
}
request.get_host()
# Poisoned host headers are rejected as suspicious
for host in chain(self.poisoned_hosts, ['other.com', 'example.com..']):
with self.assertRaises(SuspiciousOperation):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': host,
}
request.get_host()
@override_settings(USE_X_FORWARDED_HOST=True, ALLOWED_HOSTS=['*'])
def test_http_get_host_with_x_forwarded_host(self):
# Check if X_FORWARDED_HOST is provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_HOST': 'forward.com',
'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com',
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
# X_FORWARDED_HOST is obeyed.
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'forward.com')
# Check if X_FORWARDED_HOST isn't provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com',
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'example.com')
# Check if HTTP_HOST isn't provided.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 80,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'internal.com')
# Check if HTTP_HOST isn't provided, and we're on a nonstandard port
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_NAME': 'internal.com',
'SERVER_PORT': 8042,
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'internal.com:8042')
# Poisoned host headers are rejected as suspicious
legit_hosts = [
'example.com',
'example.com:80',
'12.34.56.78',
'12.34.56.78:443',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]:8080',
'xn--4ca9at.com', # Punnycode for öäü.com
]
for host in legit_hosts:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': host,
}
request.get_host()
for host in self.poisoned_hosts:
with self.assertRaises(SuspiciousOperation):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': host,
}
request.get_host()
@override_settings(DEBUG=True, ALLOWED_HOSTS=[])
def test_host_validation_disabled_in_debug_mode(self):
"""If ALLOWED_HOSTS is empty and DEBUG is True, all hosts pass."""
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com',
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), 'example.com')
# Invalid hostnames would normally raise a SuspiciousOperation,
# but we have DEBUG=True, so this check is disabled.
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': "invalid_hostname.com",
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), "invalid_hostname.com")
@override_settings(ALLOWED_HOSTS=[])
def test_get_host_suggestion_of_allowed_host(self):
"""get_host() makes helpful suggestions if a valid-looking host is not in ALLOWED_HOSTS."""
msg_invalid_host = "Invalid HTTP_HOST header: %r."
msg_suggestion = msg_invalid_host + " You may need to add %r to ALLOWED_HOSTS."
msg_suggestion2 = msg_invalid_host + " The domain name provided is not valid according to RFC 1034/1035"
for host in [ # Valid-looking hosts
'example.com',
'12.34.56.78',
'[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]',
'xn--4ca9at.com', # Punnycode for öäü.com
]:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
self.assertRaisesMessage(
SuspiciousOperation,
msg_suggestion % (host, host),
request.get_host
)
for domain, port in [ # Valid-looking hosts with a port number
('example.com', 80),
('12.34.56.78', 443),
('[2001:19f0:feee::dead:beef:cafe]', 8080),
]:
host = '%s:%s' % (domain, port)
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
self.assertRaisesMessage(
SuspiciousOperation,
msg_suggestion % (host, domain),
request.get_host
)
for host in self.poisoned_hosts:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
self.assertRaisesMessage(
SuspiciousOperation,
msg_invalid_host % host,
request.get_host
)
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': "invalid_hostname.com"}
self.assertRaisesMessage(
SuspiciousOperation,
msg_suggestion2 % "invalid_hostname.com",
request.get_host
)
class BuildAbsoluteURITestCase(SimpleTestCase):
"""
Regression tests for ticket #18314.
"""
def setUp(self):
self.factory = RequestFactory()
def test_build_absolute_uri_no_location(self):
"""
Ensures that ``request.build_absolute_uri()`` returns the proper value
when the ``location`` argument is not provided, and ``request.path``
begins with //.
"""
# //// is needed to create a request with a path beginning with //
request = self.factory.get('////absolute-uri')
self.assertEqual(
request.build_absolute_uri(),
'http://testserver//absolute-uri'
)
def test_build_absolute_uri_absolute_location(self):
"""
Ensures that ``request.build_absolute_uri()`` returns the proper value
when an absolute URL ``location`` argument is provided, and
``request.path`` begins with //.
"""
# //// is needed to create a request with a path beginning with //
request = self.factory.get('////absolute-uri')
self.assertEqual(
request.build_absolute_uri(location='http://example.com/?foo=bar'),
'http://example.com/?foo=bar'
)
def test_build_absolute_uri_schema_relative_location(self):
"""
Ensures that ``request.build_absolute_uri()`` returns the proper value
when a schema-relative URL ``location`` argument is provided, and
``request.path`` begins with //.
"""
# //// is needed to create a request with a path beginning with //
request = self.factory.get('////absolute-uri')
self.assertEqual(
request.build_absolute_uri(location='//example.com/?foo=bar'),
'http://example.com/?foo=bar'
)
def test_build_absolute_uri_relative_location(self):
"""
Ensures that ``request.build_absolute_uri()`` returns the proper value
when a relative URL ``location`` argument is provided, and
``request.path`` begins with //.
"""
# //// is needed to create a request with a path beginning with //
request = self.factory.get('////absolute-uri')
self.assertEqual(
request.build_absolute_uri(location='/foo/bar/'),
'http://testserver/foo/bar/'
)
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