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from io import BytesIO
from itertools import chain
from urllib.parse import urlencode
from django.core.exceptions import DisallowedHost
from django.core.handlers.wsgi import LimitedStream, WSGIRequest
from django.http import HttpRequest, RawPostDataException, UnreadablePostError
from django.http.request import split_domain_port
from django.test import RequestFactory, SimpleTestCase, override_settings
from django.test.client import FakePayload
class RequestsTests(SimpleTestCase):
def test_httprequest(self):
request = HttpRequest()
self.assertEqual(list(request.GET), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.POST), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.COOKIES), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.META), [])
# .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'), [])
self.assertIsNone(request.content_type)
self.assertIsNone(request.content_params)
def test_httprequest_full_path(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = '/;some/?awful/=path/foo:bar/'
request.path_info = '/prefix' + request.path
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)
self.assertEqual(request.get_full_path_info(), '/prefix' + expected)
def test_httprequest_full_path_with_query_string_and_fragment(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = '/foo#bar'
request.path_info = '/prefix' + request.path
request.META['QUERY_STRING'] = 'baz#quux'
self.assertEqual(request.get_full_path(), '/foo%23bar?baz#quux')
self.assertEqual(request.get_full_path_info(), '/prefix/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), "<HttpRequest: GET '/somepath/'>")
def test_httprequest_repr_invalid_method_and_path(self):
request = HttpRequest()
self.assertEqual(repr(request), "<HttpRequest>")
request = HttpRequest()
request.method = "GET"
self.assertEqual(repr(request), "<HttpRequest>")
request = HttpRequest()
request.path = ""
self.assertEqual(repr(request), "<HttpRequest>")
def test_wsgirequest(self):
request = WSGIRequest({
'PATH_INFO': 'bogus',
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'bogus',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'text/html; charset=utf8',
'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b''),
})
self.assertEqual(list(request.GET), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.POST), [])
self.assertEqual(list(request.COOKIES), [])
self.assertEqual(
set(request.META),
{'PATH_INFO', 'REQUEST_METHOD', 'SCRIPT_NAME', 'CONTENT_TYPE', 'wsgi.input'}
)
self.assertEqual(request.META['PATH_INFO'], 'bogus')
self.assertEqual(request.META['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'bogus')
self.assertEqual(request.META['SCRIPT_NAME'], '')
self.assertEqual(request.content_type, 'text/html')
self.assertEqual(request.content_params, {'charset': 'utf8'})
def test_wsgirequest_with_script_name(self):
"""
The request's path is correctly assembled, regardless of whether or
not the SCRIPT_NAME has a trailing slash (#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_script_url_double_slashes(self):
"""
WSGI squashes multiple successive slashes in PATH_INFO, WSGIRequest
should take that into account when populating request.path and
request.META['SCRIPT_NAME'] (#17133).
"""
request = WSGIRequest({
'SCRIPT_URL': '/mst/milestones//accounts/login//help',
'PATH_INFO': '/milestones/accounts/login/help',
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get',
'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b''),
})
self.assertEqual(request.path, '/mst/milestones/accounts/login/help')
self.assertEqual(request.META['SCRIPT_NAME'], '/mst')
def test_wsgirequest_with_force_script_name(self):
"""
The FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME setting takes precedence over the request's
SCRIPT_NAME environment parameter (#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):
"""
The request's path is correctly assembled, regardless of whether or not
the FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME setting has a trailing slash (#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), "<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), "<WSGIRequest: GET '/somepath/'>")
def test_wsgirequest_path_info(self):
def wsgi_str(path_info, encoding='utf-8'):
path_info = path_info.encode(encoding) # Actual URL sent by the browser (bytestring)
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/")
# The URL may be incorrectly encoded in a non-UTF-8 encoding (#26971)
request = WSGIRequest({
'PATH_INFO': wsgi_str("/café/", encoding='iso-8859-1'),
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'get',
'wsgi.input': BytesIO(b''),
})
# Since it's impossible to decide the (wrong) encoding of the URL, it's
# left percent-encoded in the path.
self.assertEqual(request.path, "/caf%E9/")
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')
with self.assertRaises(RawPostDataException):
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(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']})
with self.assertRaises(RawPostDataException):
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_immutable_for_mutipart(self):
"""
MultiPartParser.parse() leaves request.POST immutable.
"""
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.assertFalse(request.POST._mutable)
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_set_encoding_clears_POST(self):
payload = FakePayload('name=Hello Günter')
request = WSGIRequest({
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST',
'CONTENT_TYPE': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
'CONTENT_LENGTH': len(payload),
'wsgi.input': payload,
})
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['Hello Günter']})
request.encoding = 'iso-8859-16'
self.assertEqual(request.POST, {'name': ['Hello GĂŒnter']})
def test_set_encoding_clears_GET(self):
request = WSGIRequest({
'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET',
'wsgi.input': '',
'QUERY_STRING': 'name=Hello%20G%C3%BCnter',
})
self.assertEqual(request.GET, {'name': ['Hello Günter']})
request.encoding = 'iso-8859-16'
self.assertEqual(request.GET, {'name': ['Hello G\u0102\u0152nter']})
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
@override_settings(ALLOWED_HOSTS=['example.com'])
def test_get_raw_uri(self):
factory = RequestFactory(HTTP_HOST='evil.com')
request = factory.get('////absolute-uri')
self.assertEqual(request.get_raw_uri(), 'http://evil.com//absolute-uri')
request = factory.get('/?foo=bar')
self.assertEqual(request.get_raw_uri(), 'http://evil.com/?foo=bar')
request = factory.get('/path/with:colons')
self.assertEqual(request.get_raw_uri(), 'http://evil.com/path/with:colons')
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', '[::ffff:169.254.169.254]',
])
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', # Punycode for öäü.com
'anything.multitenant.com',
'multitenant.com',
'insensitive.com',
'example.com.',
'example.com.:80',
'[::ffff:169.254.169.254]',
]
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(DisallowedHost):
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', # Punycode 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(DisallowedHost):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'HTTP_HOST': host,
}
request.get_host()
@override_settings(USE_X_FORWARDED_PORT=False)
def test_get_port(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_PORT': '8080',
'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PORT': '80',
}
# Shouldn't use the X-Forwarded-Port header
self.assertEqual(request.get_port(), '8080')
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_PORT': '8080',
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_port(), '8080')
@override_settings(USE_X_FORWARDED_PORT=True)
def test_get_port_with_x_forwarded_port(self):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_PORT': '8080',
'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PORT': '80',
}
# Should use the X-Forwarded-Port header
self.assertEqual(request.get_port(), '80')
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {
'SERVER_PORT': '8080',
}
self.assertEqual(request.get_port(), '8080')
@override_settings(DEBUG=True, ALLOWED_HOSTS=[])
def test_host_validation_in_debug_mode(self):
"""
If ALLOWED_HOSTS is empty and DEBUG is True, variants of localhost are
allowed.
"""
valid_hosts = ['localhost', '127.0.0.1', '[::1]']
for host in valid_hosts:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
self.assertEqual(request.get_host(), host)
# Other hostnames raise a DisallowedHost.
with self.assertRaises(DisallowedHost):
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': 'example.com'}
request.get_host()
@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', # Punycode for öäü.com
]:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
with self.assertRaisesMessage(DisallowedHost, 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}
with self.assertRaisesMessage(DisallowedHost, msg_suggestion % (host, domain)):
request.get_host()
for host in self.poisoned_hosts:
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': host}
with self.assertRaisesMessage(DisallowedHost, msg_invalid_host % host):
request.get_host()
request = HttpRequest()
request.META = {'HTTP_HOST': "invalid_hostname.com"}
with self.assertRaisesMessage(DisallowedHost, msg_suggestion2 % "invalid_hostname.com"):
request.get_host()
def test_split_domain_port_removes_trailing_dot(self):
domain, port = split_domain_port('example.com.:8080')
self.assertEqual(domain, 'example.com')
self.assertEqual(port, '8080')
class BuildAbsoluteURITests(SimpleTestCase):
factory = RequestFactory()
def test_absolute_url(self):
request = HttpRequest()
url = 'https://www.example.com/asdf'
self.assertEqual(request.build_absolute_uri(location=url), url)
def test_host_retrieval(self):
request = HttpRequest()
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_request_path_begins_with_two_slashes(self):
# //// creates a request with a path beginning with //
request = self.factory.get('////absolute-uri')
tests = (
# location isn't provided
(None, 'http://testserver//absolute-uri'),
# An absolute URL
('http://example.com/?foo=bar', 'http://example.com/?foo=bar'),
# A schema-relative URL
('//example.com/?foo=bar', 'http://example.com/?foo=bar'),
# Relative URLs
('/foo/bar/', 'http://testserver/foo/bar/'),
('/foo/./bar/', 'http://testserver/foo/bar/'),
('/foo/../bar/', 'http://testserver/bar/'),
('///foo/bar/', 'http://testserver/foo/bar/'),
)
for location, expected_url in tests:
with self.subTest(location=location):
self.assertEqual(request.build_absolute_uri(location=location), expected_url)