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package csrf
import (
"net/http"
)
// Option describes a functional option for configuring the CSRF handler.
type Option func(*csrf)
// MaxAge sets the maximum age (in seconds) of a CSRF token's underlying cookie.
// Defaults to 12 hours. Call csrf.MaxAge(0) to explicitly set session-only
// cookies.
func MaxAge(age int) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.MaxAge = age
}
}
// Domain sets the cookie domain. Defaults to the current domain of the request
// only (recommended).
//
// This should be a hostname and not a URL. If set, the domain is treated as
// being prefixed with a '.' - e.g. "example.com" becomes ".example.com" and
// matches "www.example.com" and "secure.example.com".
func Domain(domain string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.Domain = domain
}
}
// Path sets the cookie path. Defaults to the path the cookie was issued from
// (recommended).
//
// This instructs clients to only respond with cookie for that path and its
// subpaths - i.e. a cookie issued from "/register" would be included in requests
// to "/register/step2" and "/register/submit".
func Path(p string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.Path = p
}
}
// Secure sets the 'Secure' flag on the cookie. Defaults to true (recommended).
// Set this to 'false' in your development environment otherwise the cookie won't
// be sent over an insecure channel. Setting this via the presence of a 'DEV'
// environmental variable is a good way of making sure this won't make it to a
// production environment.
func Secure(s bool) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.Secure = s
}
}
// HttpOnly sets the 'HttpOnly' flag on the cookie. Defaults to true (recommended).
func HttpOnly(h bool) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
// Note that the function and field names match the case of the
// related http.Cookie field instead of the "correct" HTTPOnly name
// that golint suggests.
cs.opts.HttpOnly = h
}
}
// SameSite sets the cookie SameSite attribute. Defaults to blank to maintain
// backwards compatibility, however, Strict is recommended.
//
// SameSite(SameSiteStrictMode) will prevent the cookie from being sent by the
// browser to the target site in all cross-site browsing context, even when
// following a regular link (GET request).
//
// SameSite(SameSiteLaxMode) provides a reasonable balance between security and
// usability for websites that want to maintain user's logged-in session after
// the user arrives from an external link. The session cookie would be allowed
// when following a regular link from an external website while blocking it in
// CSRF-prone request methods (e.g. POST).
//
// This option is only available for go 1.11+.
func SameSite(s SameSiteMode) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.SameSite = s
}
}
// ErrorHandler allows you to change the handler called when CSRF request
// processing encounters an invalid token or request. A typical use would be to
// provide a handler that returns a static HTML file with a HTTP 403 status. By
// default a HTTP 403 status and a plain text CSRF failure reason are served.
//
// Note that a custom error handler can also access the csrf.FailureReason(r)
// function to retrieve the CSRF validation reason from the request context.
func ErrorHandler(h http.Handler) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.ErrorHandler = h
}
}
// RequestHeader allows you to change the request header the CSRF middleware
// inspects. The default is X-CSRF-Token.
func RequestHeader(header string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.RequestHeader = header
}
}
// FieldName allows you to change the name attribute of the hidden <input> field
// inspected by this package. The default is 'gorilla.csrf.Token'.
func FieldName(name string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.FieldName = name
}
}
// CookieName changes the name of the CSRF cookie issued to clients.
//
// Note that cookie names should not contain whitespace, commas, semicolons,
// backslashes or control characters as per RFC6265.
func CookieName(name string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.CookieName = name
}
}
// TrustedOrigins configures a set of origins (Referers) that are considered as trusted.
// This will allow cross-domain CSRF use-cases - e.g. where the front-end is served
// from a different domain than the API server - to correctly pass a CSRF check.
//
// You should only provide origins you own or have full control over.
func TrustedOrigins(origins []string) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.opts.TrustedOrigins = origins
}
}
// setStore sets the store used by the CSRF middleware.
// Note: this is private (for now) to allow for internal API changes.
func setStore(s store) Option {
return func(cs *csrf) {
cs.st = s
}
}
// parseOptions parses the supplied options functions and returns a configured
// csrf handler.
func parseOptions(h http.Handler, opts ...Option) *csrf {
// Set the handler to call after processing.
cs := &csrf{
h: h,
}
// Default to true. See Secure & HttpOnly function comments for rationale.
// Set here to allow package users to override the default.
cs.opts.Secure = true
cs.opts.HttpOnly = true
// Set SameSite=Lax by default, allowing the CSRF cookie to only be sent on
// top-level navigations.
cs.opts.SameSite = SameSiteLaxMode
// Default; only override this if the package user explicitly calls MaxAge(0)
cs.opts.MaxAge = defaultAge
// Range over each options function and apply it
// to our csrf type to configure it. Options functions are
// applied in order, with any conflicting options overriding
// earlier calls.
for _, option := range opts {
option(cs)
}
return cs
}