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Copyright 2016 The Kubernetes Authors.
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you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package authentication
import (
metav1 ""
const (
// ImpersonateUserHeader is used to impersonate a particular user during an API server request
ImpersonateUserHeader = "Impersonate-User"
// ImpersonateGroupHeader is used to impersonate a particular group during an API server request.
// It can be repeated multiplied times for multiple groups.
ImpersonateGroupHeader = "Impersonate-Group"
// ImpersonateUserExtraHeaderPrefix is a prefix for any header used to impersonate an entry in the
// extra map[string][]string for user.Info. The key will be every after the prefix.
// It can be repeated multiplied times for multiple map keys and the same key can be repeated multiple
// times to have multiple elements in the slice under a single key
ImpersonateUserExtraHeaderPrefix = "Impersonate-Extra-"
// TokenReview attempts to authenticate a token to a known user.
type TokenReview struct {
// ObjectMeta fulfills the metav1.ObjectMetaAccessor interface so that the stock
// REST handler paths work
// Spec holds information about the request being evaluated
Spec TokenReviewSpec
// Status is filled in by the server and indicates whether the request can be authenticated.
Status TokenReviewStatus
// TokenReviewSpec is a description of the token authentication request.
type TokenReviewSpec struct {
// Token is the opaque bearer token.
Token string `datapolicy:"token"`
// Audiences is a list of the identifiers that the resource server presented
// with the token identifies as. Audience-aware token authenticators will
// verify that the token was intended for at least one of the audiences in
// this list. If no audiences are provided, the audience will default to the
// audience of the Kubernetes apiserver.
Audiences []string
// TokenReviewStatus is the result of the token authentication request.
// This type mirrors the authentication.Token interface
type TokenReviewStatus struct {
// Authenticated indicates that the token was associated with a known user.
Authenticated bool
// User is the UserInfo associated with the provided token.
User UserInfo
// Audiences are audience identifiers chosen by the authenticator that are
// compatible with both the TokenReview and token. An identifier is any
// identifier in the intersection of the TokenReviewSpec audiences and the
// token's audiences. A client of the TokenReview API that sets the
// spec.audiences field should validate that a compatible audience identifier
// is returned in the status.audiences field to ensure that the TokenReview
// server is audience aware. If a TokenReview returns an empty
// status.audience field where status.authenticated is "true", the token is
// valid against the audience of the Kubernetes API server.
Audiences []string
// Error indicates that the token couldn't be checked
Error string
// UserInfo holds the information about the user needed to implement the
// user.Info interface.
type UserInfo struct {
// The name that uniquely identifies this user among all active users.
Username string
// A unique value that identifies this user across time. If this user is
// deleted and another user by the same name is added, they will have
// different UIDs.
UID string
// The names of groups this user is a part of.
Groups []string
// Any additional information provided by the authenticator.
Extra map[string]ExtraValue
// ExtraValue masks the value so protobuf can generate
type ExtraValue []string
// TokenRequest requests a token for a given service account.
type TokenRequest struct {
// ObjectMeta fulfills the metav1.ObjectMetaAccessor interface so that the stock
// REST handler paths work
Spec TokenRequestSpec
Status TokenRequestStatus
// TokenRequestSpec contains client provided parameters of a token request.
type TokenRequestSpec struct {
// Audiences are the intendend audiences of the token. A recipient of a
// token must identify themself with an identifier in the list of
// audiences of the token, and otherwise should reject the token. A
// token issued for multiple audiences may be used to authenticate
// against any of the audiences listed but implies a high degree of
// trust between the target audiences.
Audiences []string
// ExpirationSeconds is the requested duration of validity of the request. The
// token issuer may return a token with a different validity duration so a
// client needs to check the 'expiration' field in a response.
ExpirationSeconds int64
// BoundObjectRef is a reference to an object that the token will be bound to.
// The token will only be valid for as long as the bound object exists.
// NOTE: The API server's TokenReview endpoint will validate the
// BoundObjectRef, but other audiences may not. Keep ExpirationSeconds
// small if you want prompt revocation.
BoundObjectRef *BoundObjectReference
// TokenRequestStatus is the result of a token request.
type TokenRequestStatus struct {
// Token is the opaque bearer token.
Token string `datapolicy:"token"`
// ExpirationTimestamp is the time of expiration of the returned token.
ExpirationTimestamp metav1.Time
// BoundObjectReference is a reference to an object that a token is bound to.
type BoundObjectReference struct {
// Kind of the referent. Valid kinds are 'Pod' and 'Secret'.
Kind string
// API version of the referent.
APIVersion string
// Name of the referent.
Name string
// UID of the referent.
UID types.UID