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require 'active_support/base64'
require 'active_support/core_ext/object/blank'
module ActionController
module HttpAuthentication
# Makes it dead easy to do HTTP \Basic and \Digest authentication.
#
# === Simple \Basic example
#
# class PostsController < ApplicationController
# http_basic_authenticate_with :name => "dhh", :password => "secret", :except => :index
#
# def index
# render :text => "Everyone can see me!"
# end
#
# def edit
# render :text => "I'm only accessible if you know the password"
# end
# end
#
# === Advanced \Basic example
#
# Here is a more advanced \Basic example where only Atom feeds and the XML API is protected by HTTP authentication,
# the regular HTML interface is protected by a session approach:
#
# class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
# before_filter :set_account, :authenticate
#
# protected
# def set_account
# @account = Account.find_by_url_name(request.subdomains.first)
# end
#
# def authenticate
# case request.format
# when Mime::XML, Mime::ATOM
# if user = authenticate_with_http_basic { |u, p| @account.users.authenticate(u, p) }
# @current_user = user
# else
# request_http_basic_authentication
# end
# else
# if session_authenticated?
# @current_user = @account.users.find(session[:authenticated][:user_id])
# else
# redirect_to(login_url) and return false
# end
# end
# end
# end
#
# In your integration tests, you can do something like this:
#
# def test_access_granted_from_xml
# get(
# "/notes/1.xml", nil,
# 'HTTP_AUTHORIZATION' => ActionController::HttpAuthentication::Basic.encode_credentials(users(:dhh).name, users(:dhh).password)
# )
#
# assert_equal 200, status
# end
#
# === Simple \Digest example
#
# require 'digest/md5'
# class PostsController < ApplicationController
# REALM = "SuperSecret"
# USERS = {"dhh" => "secret", #plain text password
# "dap" => Digest::MD5.hexdigest(["dap",REALM,"secret"].join(":")) #ha1 digest password
#
# before_filter :authenticate, :except => [:index]
#
# def index
# render :text => "Everyone can see me!"
# end
#
# def edit
# render :text => "I'm only accessible if you know the password"
# end
#
# private
# def authenticate
# authenticate_or_request_with_http_digest(REALM) do |username|
# USERS[username]
# end
# end
# end
#
# === Notes
#
# The +authenticate_or_request_with_http_digest+ block must return the user's password
# or the ha1 digest hash so the framework can appropriately hash to check the user's
# credentials. Returning +nil+ will cause authentication to fail.
#
# Storing the ha1 hash: MD5(username:realm:password), is better than storing a plain password. If
# the password file or database is compromised, the attacker would be able to use the ha1 hash to
# authenticate as the user at this +realm+, but would not have the user's password to try using at
# other sites.
#
# In rare instances, web servers or front proxies strip authorization headers before
# they reach your application. You can debug this situation by logging all environment
# variables, and check for HTTP_AUTHORIZATION, amongst others.
module Basic
extend self
module ControllerMethods
extend ActiveSupport::Concern
module ClassMethods
def http_basic_authenticate_with(options = {})
before_filter(options.except(:name, :password, :realm)) do
authenticate_or_request_with_http_basic(options[:realm] || "Application") do |name, password|
name == options[:name] && password == options[:password]
end
end
end
end
def authenticate_or_request_with_http_basic(realm = "Application", &login_procedure)
authenticate_with_http_basic(&login_procedure) || request_http_basic_authentication(realm)
end
def authenticate_with_http_basic(&login_procedure)
HttpAuthentication::Basic.authenticate(request, &login_procedure)
end
def request_http_basic_authentication(realm = "Application")
HttpAuthentication::Basic.authentication_request(self, realm)
end
end
def authenticate(request, &login_procedure)
unless request.authorization.blank?
login_procedure.call(*user_name_and_password(request))
end
end
def user_name_and_password(request)
decode_credentials(request).split(/:/, 2)
end
def decode_credentials(request)
ActiveSupport::Base64.decode64(request.authorization.split(' ', 2).last || '')
end
def encode_credentials(user_name, password)
"Basic #{ActiveSupport::Base64.encode64s("#{user_name}:#{password}")}"
end
def authentication_request(controller, realm)
controller.headers["WWW-Authenticate"] = %(Basic realm="#{realm.gsub(/"/, "")}")
controller.response_body = "HTTP Basic: Access denied.\n"
controller.status = 401
end
end
module Digest
extend self
module ControllerMethods
def authenticate_or_request_with_http_digest(realm = "Application", &password_procedure)
authenticate_with_http_digest(realm, &password_procedure) || request_http_digest_authentication(realm)
end
# Authenticate with HTTP Digest, returns true or false
def authenticate_with_http_digest(realm = "Application", &password_procedure)
HttpAuthentication::Digest.authenticate(request, realm, &password_procedure)
end
# Render output including the HTTP Digest authentication header
def request_http_digest_authentication(realm = "Application", message = nil)
HttpAuthentication::Digest.authentication_request(self, realm, message)
end
end
# Returns false on a valid response, true otherwise
def authenticate(request, realm, &password_procedure)
request.authorization && validate_digest_response(request, realm, &password_procedure)
end
# Returns false unless the request credentials response value matches the expected value.
# First try the password as a ha1 digest password. If this fails, then try it as a plain
# text password.
def validate_digest_response(request, realm, &password_procedure)
secret_key = secret_token(request)
credentials = decode_credentials_header(request)
valid_nonce = validate_nonce(secret_key, request, credentials[:nonce])
if valid_nonce && realm == credentials[:realm] && opaque(secret_key) == credentials[:opaque]
password = password_procedure.call(credentials[:username])
return false unless password
method = request.env['rack.methodoverride.original_method'] || request.env['REQUEST_METHOD']
uri = credentials[:uri][0,1] == '/' ? request.original_fullpath : request.original_url
[true, false].any? do |trailing_question_mark|
[true, false].any? do |password_is_ha1|
_uri = trailing_question_mark ? uri + "?" : uri
expected = expected_response(method, _uri, credentials, password, password_is_ha1)
expected == credentials[:response]
end
end
end
end
# Returns the expected response for a request of +http_method+ to +uri+ with the decoded +credentials+ and the expected +password+
# Optional parameter +password_is_ha1+ is set to +true+ by default, since best practice is to store ha1 digest instead
# of a plain-text password.
def expected_response(http_method, uri, credentials, password, password_is_ha1=true)
ha1 = password_is_ha1 ? password : ha1(credentials, password)
ha2 = ::Digest::MD5.hexdigest([http_method.to_s.upcase, uri].join(':'))
::Digest::MD5.hexdigest([ha1, credentials[:nonce], credentials[:nc], credentials[:cnonce], credentials[:qop], ha2].join(':'))
end
def ha1(credentials, password)
::Digest::MD5.hexdigest([credentials[:username], credentials[:realm], password].join(':'))
end
def encode_credentials(http_method, credentials, password, password_is_ha1)
credentials[:response] = expected_response(http_method, credentials[:uri], credentials, password, password_is_ha1)
"Digest " + credentials.sort_by {|x| x[0].to_s }.map {|v| "#{v[0]}='#{v[1]}'" }.join(', ')
end
def decode_credentials_header(request)
decode_credentials(request.authorization)
end
def decode_credentials(header)
HashWithIndifferentAccess[header.to_s.gsub(/^Digest\s+/,'').split(',').map do |pair|
key, value = pair.split('=', 2)
[key.strip, value.to_s.gsub(/^"|"$/,'').delete('\'')]
end]
end
def authentication_header(controller, realm)
secret_key = secret_token(controller.request)
nonce = self.nonce(secret_key)
opaque = opaque(secret_key)
controller.headers["WWW-Authenticate"] = %(Digest realm="#{realm}", qop="auth", algorithm=MD5, nonce="#{nonce}", opaque="#{opaque}")
end
def authentication_request(controller, realm, message = nil)
message ||= "HTTP Digest: Access denied.\n"
authentication_header(controller, realm)
controller.response_body = message
controller.status = 401
end
def secret_token(request)
secret = request.env["action_dispatch.secret_token"]
raise "You must set config.secret_token in your app's config" if secret.blank?
secret
end
# Uses an MD5 digest based on time to generate a value to be used only once.
#
# A server-specified data string which should be uniquely generated each time a 401 response is made.
# It is recommended that this string be base64 or hexadecimal data.
# Specifically, since the string is passed in the header lines as a quoted string, the double-quote character is not allowed.
#
# The contents of the nonce are implementation dependent.
# The quality of the implementation depends on a good choice.
# A nonce might, for example, be constructed as the base 64 encoding of
#
# => time-stamp H(time-stamp ":" ETag ":" private-key)
#
# where time-stamp is a server-generated time or other non-repeating value,
# ETag is the value of the HTTP ETag header associated with the requested entity,
# and private-key is data known only to the server.
# With a nonce of this form a server would recalculate the hash portion after receiving the client authentication header and
# reject the request if it did not match the nonce from that header or
# if the time-stamp value is not recent enough. In this way the server can limit the time of the nonce's validity.
# The inclusion of the ETag prevents a replay request for an updated version of the resource.
# (Note: including the IP address of the client in the nonce would appear to offer the server the ability
# to limit the reuse of the nonce to the same client that originally got it.
# However, that would break proxy farms, where requests from a single user often go through different proxies in the farm.
# Also, IP address spoofing is not that hard.)
#
# An implementation might choose not to accept a previously used nonce or a previously used digest, in order to
# protect against a replay attack. Or, an implementation might choose to use one-time nonces or digests for
# POST or PUT requests and a time-stamp for GET requests. For more details on the issues involved see Section 4
# of this document.
#
# The nonce is opaque to the client. Composed of Time, and hash of Time with secret
# key from the Rails session secret generated upon creation of project. Ensures
# the time cannot be modified by client.
def nonce(secret_key, time = Time.now)
t = time.to_i
hashed = [t, secret_key]
digest = ::Digest::MD5.hexdigest(hashed.join(":"))
ActiveSupport::Base64.encode64("#{t}:#{digest}").gsub("\n", '')
end
# Might want a shorter timeout depending on whether the request
# is a PUT or POST, and if client is browser or web service.
# Can be much shorter if the Stale directive is implemented. This would
# allow a user to use new nonce without prompting user again for their
# username and password.
def validate_nonce(secret_key, request, value, seconds_to_timeout=5*60)
t = ActiveSupport::Base64.decode64(value).split(":").first.to_i
nonce(secret_key, t) == value && (t - Time.now.to_i).abs <= seconds_to_timeout
end
# Opaque based on random generation - but changing each request?
def opaque(secret_key)
::Digest::MD5.hexdigest(secret_key)
end
end
# Makes it dead easy to do HTTP Token authentication.
#
# Simple Token example:
#
# class PostsController < ApplicationController
# TOKEN = "secret"
#
# before_filter :authenticate, :except => [ :index ]
#
# def index
# render :text => "Everyone can see me!"
# end
#
# def edit
# render :text => "I'm only accessible if you know the password"
# end
#
# private
# def authenticate
# authenticate_or_request_with_http_token do |token, options|
# token == TOKEN
# end
# end
# end
#
#
# Here is a more advanced Token example where only Atom feeds and the XML API is protected by HTTP token authentication,
# the regular HTML interface is protected by a session approach:
#
# class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
# before_filter :set_account, :authenticate
#
# protected
# def set_account
# @account = Account.find_by_url_name(request.subdomains.first)
# end
#
# def authenticate
# case request.format
# when Mime::XML, Mime::ATOM
# if user = authenticate_with_http_token { |t, o| @account.users.authenticate(t, o) }
# @current_user = user
# else
# request_http_token_authentication
# end
# else
# if session_authenticated?
# @current_user = @account.users.find(session[:authenticated][:user_id])
# else
# redirect_to(login_url) and return false
# end
# end
# end
# end
#
#
# In your integration tests, you can do something like this:
#
# def test_access_granted_from_xml
# get(
# "/notes/1.xml", nil,
# :authorization => ActionController::HttpAuthentication::Token.encode_credentials(users(:dhh).token)
# )
#
# assert_equal 200, status
# end
#
#
# On shared hosts, Apache sometimes doesn't pass authentication headers to
# FCGI instances. If your environment matches this description and you cannot
# authenticate, try this rule in your Apache setup:
#
# RewriteRule ^(.*)$ dispatch.fcgi [E=X-HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%{HTTP:Authorization},QSA,L]
module Token
extend self
module ControllerMethods
def authenticate_or_request_with_http_token(realm = "Application", &login_procedure)
authenticate_with_http_token(&login_procedure) || request_http_token_authentication(realm)
end
def authenticate_with_http_token(&login_procedure)
Token.authenticate(self, &login_procedure)
end
def request_http_token_authentication(realm = "Application")
Token.authentication_request(self, realm)
end
end
# If token Authorization header is present, call the login procedure with
# the present token and options.
#
# controller - ActionController::Base instance for the current request.
# login_procedure - Proc to call if a token is present. The Proc should
# take 2 arguments:
# authenticate(controller) { |token, options| ... }
#
# Returns the return value of `&login_procedure` if a token is found.
# Returns nil if no token is found.
def authenticate(controller, &login_procedure)
token, options = token_and_options(controller.request)
unless token.blank?
login_procedure.call(token, options)
end
end
# Parses the token and options out of the token authorization header. If
# the header looks like this:
# Authorization: Token token="abc", nonce="def"
# Then the returned token is "abc", and the options is {:nonce => "def"}
#
# request - ActionDispatch::Request instance with the current headers.
#
# Returns an Array of [String, Hash] if a token is present.
# Returns nil if no token is found.
def token_and_options(request)
if request.authorization.to_s[/^Token (.*)/]
values = Hash[$1.split(',').map do |value|
value.strip! # remove any spaces between commas and values
key, value = value.split(/\=\"?/) # split key=value pairs
value.chomp!('"') # chomp trailing " in value
value.gsub!(/\\\"/, '"') # unescape remaining quotes
[key, value]
end]
[values.delete("token"), values.with_indifferent_access]
end
end
# Encodes the given token and options into an Authorization header value.
#
# token - String token.
# options - optional Hash of the options.
#
# Returns String.
def encode_credentials(token, options = {})
values = ["token=#{token.to_s.inspect}"] + options.map do |key, value|
"#{key}=#{value.to_s.inspect}"
end
"Token #{values * ", "}"
end
# Sets a WWW-Authenticate to let the client know a token is desired.
#
# controller - ActionController::Base instance for the outgoing response.
# realm - String realm to use in the header.
#
# Returns nothing.
def authentication_request(controller, realm)
controller.headers["WWW-Authenticate"] = %(Token realm="#{realm.gsub(/"/, "")}")
controller.__send__ :render, :text => "HTTP Token: Access denied.\n", :status => :unauthorized
end
end
end
end
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