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fastify-basic-auth

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A simple basic auth plugin for Fastify.

Install

npm i fastify-basic-auth

Usage

This plugin decorates the fastify instance with a basicAuth function, which you can use inside any hook before your route handler, or with fastify-auth.

const fastify = require('fastify')()
const authenticate = {realm: 'Westeros'}
fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), { validate, authenticate })
// `this` inside validate is `fastify`
function validate (username, password, req, reply, done) {
  if (username === 'Tyrion' && password === 'wine') {
    done()
  } else {
    done(new Error('Winter is coming'))
  }
}

fastify.after(() => {
  fastify.addHook('onRequest', fastify.basicAuth)

  fastify.get('/', (req, reply) => {
    reply.send({ hello: 'world' })
  })
})

Promises and async/await are supported as well!

const fastify = require('fastify')()
const authenticate = {realm: 'Westeros'}
fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), { validate, authenticate })
async function validate (username, password, req, reply) {
  if (username !== 'Tyrion' || password !== 'wine') {
    return new Error('Winter is coming')
  }
}

Use with onRequest:

const fastify = require('fastify')()
const authenticate = {realm: 'Westeros'}
fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), { validate, authenticate })
async function validate (username, password, req, reply) {
  if (username !== 'Tyrion' || password !== 'wine') {
    return new Error('Winter is coming')
  }
}

fastify.after(() => {
  fastify.route({
    method: 'GET',
    url: '/',
    onRequest: fastify.basicAuth,
    handler: async (req, reply) => {
      return { hello: 'world' }
    }
  })
})

Use with fastify-auth:

const fastify = require('fastify')()
const authenticate = {realm: 'Westeros'}
fastify.register(require('fastify-auth'))
fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), { validate, authenticate })
async function validate (username, password, req, reply) {
  if (username !== 'Tyrion' || password !== 'wine') {
    return new Error('Winter is coming')
  }
}

fastify.after(() => {
  // use preHandler to authenticate all the routes
  fastify.addHook('preHandler', fastify.auth([fastify.basicAuth]))

  fastify.route({
    method: 'GET',
    url: '/',
    // use onRequest to authenticate just this one
    onRequest: fastify.auth([fastify.basicAuth]),
    handler: async (req, reply) => {
      return { hello: 'world' }
    }
  })
})

Custom error handler

On failed authentication, fastify-basic-auth will call the Fastify generic error handler with an error. fastify-basic-auth sets the err.statusCode property to 401.

In order to properly 401 errors:

fastify.setErrorHandler(function (err, req, reply) {
  if (err.statusCode === 401) {
    // this was unauthorized! Display the correct page/message.
    reply.code(401).send({ was: 'unauthorized' })
    return
  }
  reply.send(err)
})

Options

validate (required)

The validate function is called on each request made, and is passed the username, password, req and reply parameters in that order. An optional fifth parameter, done may be used to signify a valid request when called with no arguments, or an invalid request when called with an Error object. Alternatively, the validate function may return a promise, resolving for valid requests and rejecting for invalid. This can also be achieved using an async/await function, and throwing for invalid requests.

See code above for examples.

authenticate <Boolean|Object> (optional, default: false)

When supplied, the authenticate option will cause the WWW-Authenticate header to be added. It may also be used to set the realm value.

This can be useful in situations where we want to trigger client-side authentication interfaces - for instance the browser authentication dialog.

As a boolean setting authenticate to true will set a header like so: WWW-Authenticate: Basic. When false, no header is added. This is the default.

fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), {
  validate,
  authenticate: true // WWW-Authenticate: Basic
})

fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), {
  validate,
  authenticate: false // no authenticate header, same as omitting authenticate option
})

When supplied as an object the authenticate option may have a realm key.

If the realm key is supplied, it will be appended to the header value:

fastify.register(require('fastify-basic-auth'), {
  validate,
  authenticate: {realm: 'example'} // WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm="example"
})

License

Licensed under MIT.