blob: e4419e1f6755d26068cfb94f31cf9f7457f12434 [file] [log] [blame]
// Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <memory>
#include <set>
#include <string>
#include "net/base/auth.h"
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
#include "net/http/http_util.h"
template <class T> class scoped_refptr;
namespace net {
class HttpAuthHandler;
class HttpAuthHandlerFactory;
class HttpResponseHeaders;
class NetLogWithSource;
class SSLInfo;
// Utility class for http authentication.
// Http authentication can be done the the proxy server, origin server,
// or both. This enum tracks who the target is.
enum Target {
// We depend on the valid targets (!= AUTH_NONE) being usable as indexes
// in an array, so start from 0.
// What the HTTP WWW-Authenticate/Proxy-Authenticate headers indicate about
// the previous authorization attempt.
enum AuthorizationResult {
AUTHORIZATION_RESULT_ACCEPT, // The authorization attempt was accepted,
// although there still may be additional
// rounds of challenges.
AUTHORIZATION_RESULT_REJECT, // The authorization attempt was rejected.
AUTHORIZATION_RESULT_STALE, // (Digest) The nonce used in the
// authorization attempt is stale, but
// otherwise the attempt was valid.
AUTHORIZATION_RESULT_INVALID, // The authentication challenge headers are
// poorly formed (the authorization attempt
// itself may have been fine).
// attempt was rejected,
// but the realm associated
// with the new challenge
// is different from the
// previous attempt.
// Describes where the identity used for authentication came from.
enum IdentitySource {
// Came from nowhere -- the identity is not initialized.
// The identity came from the auth cache, by doing a path-based
// lookup (premptive authorization).
// The identity was extracted from a URL of the form:
// http://<username>:<password>@host:port
// The identity was retrieved from the auth cache, by doing a
// realm lookup.
// The identity was provided by RestartWithAuth -- it likely
// came from a prompt (or maybe the password manager).
// The identity used the default credentials for the computer,
// on schemes that support single sign-on.
// Identifier for auth scheme.
// The values are used for calculating UMA buckets. Add but don't remove or
// reuse.
enum Scheme {
AUTH_SCHEME_SPDYPROXY, // No longer used.
// Helper structure used by HttpNetworkTransaction to track
// the current identity being used for authorization.
struct Identity {
IdentitySource source;
bool invalid;
AuthCredentials credentials;
// Get the name of the header containing the auth challenge
// (either WWW-Authenticate or Proxy-Authenticate).
static std::string GetChallengeHeaderName(Target target);
// Get the name of the header where the credentials go
// (either Authorization or Proxy-Authorization).
static std::string GetAuthorizationHeaderName(Target target);
// Returns a string representation of a Target value that can be used in log
// messages.
static std::string GetAuthTargetString(Target target);
// Returns a string representation of an authentication Scheme.
static const char* SchemeToString(Scheme scheme);
// Iterate through |response_headers|, and pick the best one that we support.
// Obtains the implementation class for handling the challenge, and passes it
// back in |*handler|. If no supported challenge was found, |*handler| is set
// to NULL.
// |disabled_schemes| is the set of schemes that we should not use.
// |origin| is used by the NTLM and Negotiation authentication scheme to
// construct the service principal name. It is ignored by other schemes.
// |ssl_info| is passed through to the scheme specific authentication handlers
// to use as appropriate.
static void ChooseBestChallenge(
HttpAuthHandlerFactory* http_auth_handler_factory,
const HttpResponseHeaders& response_headers,
const SSLInfo& ssl_info,
Target target,
const GURL& origin,
const std::set<Scheme>& disabled_schemes,
const NetLogWithSource& net_log,
std::unique_ptr<HttpAuthHandler>* handler);
// Handle a 401/407 response from a server/proxy after a previous
// authentication attempt. For connection-based authentication schemes, the
// new response may be another round in a multi-round authentication sequence.
// For request-based schemes, a 401/407 response is typically treated like a
// rejection of the previous challenge, except in the Digest case when a
// "stale" attribute is present.
// |handler| must be non-NULL, and is the HttpAuthHandler from the previous
// authentication round.
// |response_headers| must contain the new HTTP response.
// |target| specifies whether the authentication challenge response came
// from a server or a proxy.
// |disabled_schemes| are the authentication schemes to ignore.
// |challenge_used| is the text of the authentication challenge used in
// support of the returned AuthorizationResult. If no headers were used for
// the result (for example, all headers have unknown authentication schemes),
// the value is cleared.
static AuthorizationResult HandleChallengeResponse(
HttpAuthHandler* handler,
const HttpResponseHeaders& response_headers,
Target target,
const std::set<Scheme>& disabled_schemes,
std::string* challenge_used);
} // namespace net