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keystone/keystone/tests/test_v3_auth.py

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# Copyright 2012 OpenStack Foundation
#
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# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
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import copy
import datetime
import operator
from testtools import testcase
import uuid
from keystoneclient.common import cms
from keystone import auth
from keystone.common import dependency
from keystone import config
from keystone import exception
from keystone.openstack.common import timeutils
from keystone import tests
from keystone.tests import test_v3
CONF = config.CONF
class TestAuthInfo(test_v3.AuthTestMixin, testcase.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(TestAuthInfo, self).setUp()
auth.controllers.load_auth_methods()
def test_missing_auth_methods(self):
auth_data = {'identity': {}}
auth_data['identity']['token'] = {'id': uuid.uuid4().hex}
self.assertRaises(exception.ValidationError,
auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create,
None,
auth_data)
def test_unsupported_auth_method(self):
auth_data = {'methods': ['abc']}
auth_data['abc'] = {'test': 'test'}
auth_data = {'identity': auth_data}
self.assertRaises(exception.AuthMethodNotSupported,
auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create,
None,
auth_data)
def test_missing_auth_method_data(self):
auth_data = {'methods': ['password']}
auth_data = {'identity': auth_data}
self.assertRaises(exception.ValidationError,
auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create,
None,
auth_data)
def test_project_name_no_domain(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username='test',
password='test',
project_name='abc')['auth']
self.assertRaises(exception.ValidationError,
auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create,
None,
auth_data)
def test_both_project_and_domain_in_scope(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id='test',
password='test',
project_name='test',
domain_name='test')['auth']
self.assertRaises(exception.ValidationError,
auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create,
None,
auth_data)
def test_get_method_names_duplicates(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
token='test',
user_id='test',
password='test')['auth']
auth_data['identity']['methods'] = ['password', 'token',
'password', 'password']
context = None
auth_info = auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create(context, auth_data)
self.assertEqual(auth_info.get_method_names(),
['password', 'token'])
def test_get_method_data_invalid_method(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id='test',
password='test')['auth']
context = None
auth_info = auth.controllers.AuthInfo.create(context, auth_data)
method_name = uuid.uuid4().hex
self.assertRaises(exception.ValidationError,
auth_info.get_method_data,
method_name)
class TokenAPITests(object):
# Why is this not just setUP? Because TokenAPITests is not a test class
# itself. If TokenAPITests became a subclass of the testcase, it would get
# called by the enumerate-tests-in-file code. The way the functions get
# resolved in Python for multiple inheritance means that a setUp in this
# would get skipped by the testrunner.
def doSetUp(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=self.domain_id,
password=self.user['password'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.token_data = resp.result
self.token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.headers = {'X-Subject-Token': resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')}
def test_default_fixture_scope_token(self):
self.assertIsNotNone(self.get_scoped_token())
def sign_token(self, resp):
return cms.cms_sign_token(resp.body,
CONF.signing.certfile,
CONF.signing.keyfile)
def test_v3_token_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token_data = resp.result
token_id = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.assertIn('expires_at', token_data['token'])
expected_token_id = self.sign_token(resp)
self.assertEqual(expected_token_id, token_id)
# should be able to validate hash PKI token as well
hash_token_id = cms.cms_hash_token(token_id)
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': hash_token_id}
resp = self.get('/auth/tokens', headers=headers)
expected_token_data = resp.result
self.assertDictEqual(expected_token_data, token_data)
def test_v3_v2_intermix_non_default_domain_failed(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# now validate the v3 token with v2 API
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET',
expected_status=401)
def test_v3_v2_intermix_new_default_domain(self):
# If the default_domain_id config option is changed, then should be
# able to validate a v3 token with user in the new domain.
# 1) Create a new domain for the user.
new_domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
new_domain = {
'description': uuid.uuid4().hex,
'enabled': True,
'id': new_domain_id,
'name': uuid.uuid4().hex,
}
self.assignment_api.create_domain(new_domain_id, new_domain)
# 2) Create user in new domain.
new_user_password = uuid.uuid4().hex
new_user = {
'name': uuid.uuid4().hex,
'domain_id': new_domain_id,
'password': new_user_password,
'email': uuid.uuid4().hex,
}
new_user = self.identity_api.create_user(new_user)
# 3) Update the default_domain_id config option to the new domain
self.config_fixture.config(group='identity',
default_domain_id=new_domain_id)
# 4) Get a token using v3 api.
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=new_user['id'],
password=new_user_password)
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# 5) Authenticate token using v2 api.
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET')
def test_v3_v2_intermix_domain_scoped_token_failed(self):
# grant the domain role to user
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# now validate the v3 token with v2 API
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET',
expected_status=401)
def test_v3_v2_intermix_non_default_project_failed(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.default_domain_user['id'],
password=self.default_domain_user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# now validate the v3 token with v2 API
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET',
expected_status=401)
def test_v3_v2_unscoped_token_intermix(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.default_domain_user['id'],
password=self.default_domain_user['password'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token_data = resp.result
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# now validate the v3 token with v2 API
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET')
v2_token = resp.result
self.assertEqual(v2_token['access']['user']['id'],
token_data['token']['user']['id'])
# v2 token time has not fraction of second precision so
# just need to make sure the non fraction part agrees
self.assertIn(v2_token['access']['token']['expires'][:-1],
token_data['token']['expires_at'])
def test_v3_v2_token_intermix(self):
# FIXME(gyee): PKI tokens are not interchangeable because token
# data is baked into the token itself.
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.default_domain_user['id'],
password=self.default_domain_user['password'],
project_id=self.default_domain_project['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token_data = resp.result
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# now validate the v3 token with v2 API
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET')
v2_token = resp.result
self.assertEqual(v2_token['access']['user']['id'],
token_data['token']['user']['id'])
# v2 token time has not fraction of second precision so
# just need to make sure the non fraction part agrees
self.assertIn(v2_token['access']['token']['expires'][:-1],
token_data['token']['expires_at'])
self.assertEqual(v2_token['access']['user']['roles'][0]['id'],
token_data['token']['roles'][0]['id'])
def test_v3_v2_hashed_pki_token_intermix(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.default_domain_user['id'],
password=self.default_domain_user['password'],
project_id=self.default_domain_project['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token_data = resp.result
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# should be able to validate a hash PKI token in v2 too
token = cms.cms_hash_token(token)
path = '/v2.0/tokens/%s' % (token)
resp = self.admin_request(path=path,
token='ADMIN',
method='GET')
v2_token = resp.result
self.assertEqual(v2_token['access']['user']['id'],
token_data['token']['user']['id'])
# v2 token time has not fraction of second precision so
# just need to make sure the non fraction part agrees
self.assertIn(v2_token['access']['token']['expires'][:-1],
token_data['token']['expires_at'])
self.assertEqual(v2_token['access']['user']['roles'][0]['id'],
token_data['token']['roles'][0]['id'])
def test_v2_v3_unscoped_token_intermix(self):
body = {
'auth': {
'passwordCredentials': {
'userId': self.user['id'],
'password': self.user['password']
}
}}
resp = self.admin_request(path='/v2.0/tokens',
method='POST',
body=body)
v2_token_data = resp.result
v2_token = v2_token_data['access']['token']['id']
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': v2_token}
resp = self.get('/auth/tokens', headers=headers)
token_data = resp.result
self.assertEqual(v2_token_data['access']['user']['id'],
token_data['token']['user']['id'])
# v2 token time has not fraction of second precision so
# just need to make sure the non fraction part agrees
self.assertIn(v2_token_data['access']['token']['expires'][-1],
token_data['token']['expires_at'])
def test_v2_v3_token_intermix(self):
body = {
'auth': {
'passwordCredentials': {
'userId': self.user['id'],
'password': self.user['password']
},
'tenantId': self.project['id']
}}
resp = self.admin_request(path='/v2.0/tokens',
method='POST',
body=body)
v2_token_data = resp.result
v2_token = v2_token_data['access']['token']['id']
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': v2_token}
resp = self.get('/auth/tokens', headers=headers)
token_data = resp.result
self.assertEqual(v2_token_data['access']['user']['id'],
token_data['token']['user']['id'])
# v2 token time has not fraction of second precision so
# just need to make sure the non fraction part agrees
self.assertIn(v2_token_data['access']['token']['expires'][-1],
token_data['token']['expires_at'])
self.assertEqual(v2_token_data['access']['user']['roles'][0]['name'],
token_data['token']['roles'][0]['name'])
v2_issued_at = timeutils.parse_isotime(
v2_token_data['access']['token']['issued_at'])
v3_issued_at = timeutils.parse_isotime(
token_data['token']['issued_at'])
# FIXME(blk-u): the following should be assertEqual, see bug 1348820
self.assertNotEqual(v2_issued_at, v3_issued_at)
def test_rescoping_token(self):
expires = self.token_data['token']['expires_at']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
token=self.token,
project_id=self.project_id)
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
# make sure expires stayed the same
self.assertEqual(expires, r.result['token']['expires_at'])
def test_check_token(self):
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=self.headers, expected_status=200)
def test_validate_token(self):
r = self.get('/auth/tokens', headers=self.headers)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_validate_token_nocatalog(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')}
r = self.get('/auth/tokens?nocatalog', headers=headers)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r, require_catalog=False)
class TestPKITokenAPIs(test_v3.RestfulTestCase, TokenAPITests):
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestPKITokenAPIs, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='keystone.token.providers.pki.Provider')
def setUp(self):
super(TestPKITokenAPIs, self).setUp()
self.doSetUp()
class TestPKIZTokenAPIs(test_v3.RestfulTestCase, TokenAPITests):
def sign_token(self, resp):
return cms.pkiz_sign(resp.body,
CONF.signing.certfile,
CONF.signing.keyfile)
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestPKIZTokenAPIs, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='keystone.token.providers.pkiz.Provider')
def setUp(self):
super(TestPKIZTokenAPIs, self).setUp()
self.doSetUp()
class TestUUIDTokenAPIs(test_v3.RestfulTestCase, TokenAPITests):
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestUUIDTokenAPIs, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='keystone.token.providers.uuid.Provider')
def setUp(self):
super(TestUUIDTokenAPIs, self).setUp()
self.doSetUp()
def test_v3_token_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token_data = resp.result
token_id = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.assertIn('expires_at', token_data['token'])
self.assertFalse(cms.is_asn1_token(token_id))
def test_v3_v2_hashed_pki_token_intermix(self):
# this test is only applicable for PKI tokens
# skipping it for UUID tokens
pass
class TestTokenRevokeSelfAndAdmin(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
"""Test token revoke using v3 Identity API by token owner and admin."""
def load_sample_data(self):
"""Load Sample Data for Test Cases.
Two domains, domainA and domainB
Two users in domainA, userNormalA and userAdminA
One user in domainB, userAdminB
"""
super(TestTokenRevokeSelfAndAdmin, self).load_sample_data()
# DomainA setup
self.domainA = self.new_domain_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_domain(self.domainA['id'], self.domainA)
self.userAdminA = self.new_user_ref(domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
password = self.userAdminA['password']
self.userAdminA = self.identity_api.create_user(self.userAdminA)
self.userAdminA['password'] = password
self.userNormalA = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
password = self.userNormalA['password']
self.userNormalA = self.identity_api.create_user(self.userNormalA)
self.userNormalA['password'] = password
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role['id'],
user_id=self.userAdminA['id'],
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
# Finally, switch to the v3 sample policy file
self.orig_policy_file = CONF.policy_file
from keystone.policy.backends import rules
rules.reset()
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestTokenRevokeSelfAndAdmin, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
policy_file=tests.dirs.etc('policy.v3cloudsample.json'))
def test_user_revokes_own_token(self):
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userNormalA['id'],
password=self.userNormalA['password'],
user_domain_id=self.domainA['id']))
user_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.assertNotEmpty(user_token)
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': user_token}
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userAdminA['id'],
password=self.userAdminA['password'],
domain_name=self.domainA['name']))
adminA_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200,
token=adminA_token)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200,
token=user_token)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204,
token=user_token)
# invalid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (401)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=401,
token=user_token)
# invalid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (401)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=401,
token=user_token)
# valid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (404)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404,
token=adminA_token)
# valid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (404)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404,
token=adminA_token)
def test_adminA_revokes_userA_token(self):
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userNormalA['id'],
password=self.userNormalA['password'],
user_domain_id=self.domainA['id']))
user_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.assertNotEmpty(user_token)
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': user_token}
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userAdminA['id'],
password=self.userAdminA['password'],
domain_name=self.domainA['name']))
adminA_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200,
token=adminA_token)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200,
token=user_token)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204,
token=adminA_token)
# invalid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (401)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=401,
token=user_token)
# valid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (404)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404,
token=adminA_token)
# valid X-Auth-Token and invalid X-Subject-Token (404)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404,
token=adminA_token)
def test_adminB_fails_revoking_userA_token(self):
# DomainB setup
self.domainB = self.new_domain_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_domain(self.domainB['id'], self.domainB)
self.userAdminB = self.new_user_ref(domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
password = self.userAdminB['password']
self.userAdminB = self.identity_api.create_user(self.userAdminB)
self.userAdminB['password'] = password
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role['id'],
user_id=self.userAdminB['id'],
domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userNormalA['id'],
password=self.userNormalA['password'],
user_domain_id=self.domainA['id']))
user_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': user_token}
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.userAdminB['id'],
password=self.userAdminB['password'],
domain_name=self.domainB['name']))
adminB_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=403,
token=adminB_token)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=403,
token=adminB_token)
@dependency.requires('revoke_api')
class TestTokenRevokeById(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
"""Test token revocation on the v3 Identity API."""
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestTokenRevokeById, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='revoke',
driver='keystone.contrib.revoke.backends.kvs.Revoke')
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='keystone.token.providers.pki.Provider',
revoke_by_id=False)
def setUp(self):
"""Setup for Token Revoking Test Cases.
As well as the usual housekeeping, create a set of domains,
users, groups, roles and projects for the subsequent tests:
- Two domains: A & B
- Three users (1, 2 and 3)
- Three groups (1, 2 and 3)
- Two roles (1 and 2)
- DomainA owns user1, domainB owns user2 and user3
- DomainA owns group1 and group2, domainB owns group3
- User1 and user2 are members of group1
- User3 is a member of group2
- Two projects: A & B, both in domainA
- Group1 has role1 on Project A and B, meaning that user1 and user2
will get these roles by virtue of membership
- User1, 2 and 3 have role1 assigned to projectA
- Group1 has role1 on Project A and B, meaning that user1 and user2
will get role1 (duplicated) by virtue of membership
- User1 has role2 assigned to domainA
"""
super(TestTokenRevokeById, self).setUp()
# Start by creating a couple of domains and projects
self.domainA = self.new_domain_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_domain(self.domainA['id'], self.domainA)
self.domainB = self.new_domain_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_domain(self.domainB['id'], self.domainB)
self.projectA = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_project(self.projectA['id'], self.projectA)
self.projectB = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_project(self.projectB['id'], self.projectB)
# Now create some users
self.user1 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
password = self.user1['password']
self.user1 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user1)
self.user1['password'] = password
self.user2 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
password = self.user2['password']
self.user2 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user2)
self.user2['password'] = password
self.user3 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
password = self.user3['password']
self.user3 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user3)
self.user3['password'] = password
self.group1 = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.group1 = self.identity_api.create_group(self.group1)
self.group2 = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.group2 = self.identity_api.create_group(self.group2)
self.group3 = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
self.group3 = self.identity_api.create_group(self.group3)
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(self.user1['id'],
self.group1['id'])
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(self.user2['id'],
self.group1['id'])
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(self.user3['id'],
self.group2['id'])
self.role1 = self.new_role_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_role(self.role1['id'], self.role1)
self.role2 = self.new_role_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_role(self.role2['id'], self.role2)
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role2['id'],
user_id=self.user1['id'],
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
user_id=self.user1['id'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
user_id=self.user2['id'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
user_id=self.user3['id'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
group_id=self.group1['id'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
def test_unscoped_token_remains_valid_after_role_assignment(self):
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password']))
unscoped_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
token=unscoped_token,
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
scoped_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# confirm both tokens are valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': unscoped_token},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token},
expected_status=200)
# create a new role
role = self.new_role_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_role(role['id'], role)
# assign a new role
self.put(
'/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'user_id': self.user1['id'],
'role_id': role['id']})
# both tokens should remain valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': unscoped_token},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token},
expected_status=200)
def test_deleting_user_grant_revokes_token(self):
"""Test deleting a user grant revokes token.
Test Plan:
- Get a token for user1, scoped to ProjectA
- Delete the grant user1 has on ProjectA
- Check token is no longer valid
"""
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm token is valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
# Delete the grant, which should invalidate the token
grant_url = (
'/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/'
'roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'user_id': self.user1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
self.delete(grant_url)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=404)
def role_data_fixtures(self):
self.projectC = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_project(self.projectC['id'], self.projectC)
self.user4 = self.new_user_ref(domain_id=self.domainB['id'])
password = self.user4['password']
self.user4 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user4)
self.user4['password'] = password
self.user5 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
password = self.user5['password']
self.user5 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user5)
self.user5['password'] = password
self.user6 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
password = self.user6['password']
self.user6 = self.identity_api.create_user(self.user6)
self.user6['password'] = password
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(self.user5['id'],
self.group1['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
group_id=self.group1['id'],
project_id=self.projectB['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role2['id'],
user_id=self.user4['id'],
project_id=self.projectC['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
user_id=self.user6['id'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(self.role1['id'],
user_id=self.user6['id'],
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
def test_deleting_role_revokes_token(self):
"""Test deleting a role revokes token.
Add some additional test data, namely:
- A third project (project C)
- Three additional users - user4 owned by domainB and user5 and 6
owned by domainA (different domain ownership should not affect
the test results, just provided to broaden test coverage)
- User5 is a member of group1
- Group1 gets an additional assignment - role1 on projectB as
well as its existing role1 on projectA
- User4 has role2 on Project C
- User6 has role1 on projectA and domainA
- This allows us to create 5 tokens by virtue of different types
of role assignment:
- user1, scoped to ProjectA by virtue of user role1 assignment
- user5, scoped to ProjectB by virtue of group role1 assignment
- user4, scoped to ProjectC by virtue of user role2 assignment
- user6, scoped to ProjectA by virtue of user role1 assignment
- user6, scoped to DomainA by virtue of user role1 assignment
- role1 is then deleted
- Check the tokens on Project A and B, and DomainA are revoked,
but not the one for Project C
"""
self.role_data_fixtures()
# Now we are ready to start issuing requests
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
tokenA = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user5['id'],
password=self.user5['password'],
project_id=self.projectB['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
tokenB = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user4['id'],
password=self.user4['password'],
project_id=self.projectC['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
tokenC = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user6['id'],
password=self.user6['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
tokenD = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user6['id'],
password=self.user6['password'],
domain_id=self.domainA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
tokenE = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm tokens are valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenA},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenB},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenC},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenD},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenE},
expected_status=200)
# Delete the role, which should invalidate the tokens
role_url = '/roles/%s' % self.role1['id']
self.delete(role_url)
# Check the tokens that used role1 is invalid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenA},
expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenB},
expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenD},
expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenE},
expected_status=404)
# ...but the one using role2 is still valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': tokenC},
expected_status=200)
def test_domain_user_role_assignment_maintains_token(self):
"""Test user-domain role assignment maintains existing token.
Test Plan:
- Get a token for user1, scoped to ProjectA
- Create a grant for user1 on DomainB
- Check token is still valid
"""
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm token is valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
# Assign a role, which should not affect the token
grant_url = (
'/domains/%(domain_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/'
'roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'domain_id': self.domainB['id'],
'user_id': self.user1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
self.put(grant_url)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
def test_disabling_project_revokes_token(self):
resp = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# confirm token is valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
# disable the project, which should invalidate the token
self.patch(
'/projects/%(project_id)s' % {'project_id': self.projectA['id']},
body={'project': {'enabled': False}})
# user should no longer have access to the project
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=404)
resp = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']),
expected_status=401)
def test_deleting_project_revokes_token(self):
resp = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# confirm token is valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
# delete the project, which should invalidate the token
self.delete(
'/projects/%(project_id)s' % {'project_id': self.projectA['id']})
# user should no longer have access to the project
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=404)
resp = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']),
expected_status=401)
def test_deleting_group_grant_revokes_tokens(self):
"""Test deleting a group grant revokes tokens.
Test Plan:
- Get a token for user1, scoped to ProjectA
- Get a token for user2, scoped to ProjectA
- Get a token for user3, scoped to ProjectA
- Delete the grant group1 has on ProjectA
- Check tokens for user1 & user2 are no longer valid,
since user1 and user2 are members of group1
- Check token for user3 is still valid
"""
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token1 = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user2['id'],
password=self.user2['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token2 = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token3 = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm tokens are valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token1},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token2},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token3},
expected_status=200)
# Delete the group grant, which should invalidate the
# tokens for user1 and user2
grant_url = (
'/projects/%(project_id)s/groups/%(group_id)s/'
'roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'group_id': self.group1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
self.delete(grant_url)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token1},
expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token2},
expected_status=404)
# But user3's token should still be valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token3},
expected_status=200)
def test_domain_group_role_assignment_maintains_token(self):
"""Test domain-group role assignment maintains existing token.
Test Plan:
- Get a token for user1, scoped to ProjectA
- Create a grant for group1 on DomainB
- Check token is still longer valid
"""
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm token is valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
# Delete the grant, which should invalidate the token
grant_url = (
'/domains/%(domain_id)s/groups/%(group_id)s/'
'roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'domain_id': self.domainB['id'],
'group_id': self.group1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
self.put(grant_url)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200)
def test_group_membership_changes_revokes_token(self):
"""Test add/removal to/from group revokes token.
Test Plan:
- Get a token for user1, scoped to ProjectA
- Get a token for user2, scoped to ProjectA
- Remove user1 from group1
- Check token for user1 is no longer valid
- Check token for user2 is still valid, even though
user2 is also part of group1
- Add user2 to group2
- Check token for user2 is now no longer valid
"""
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token1 = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user2['id'],
password=self.user2['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id'])
resp = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token2 = resp.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# Confirm tokens are valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token1},
expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token2},
expected_status=200)
# Remove user1 from group1, which should invalidate
# the token
self.delete('/groups/%(group_id)s/users/%(user_id)s' % {
'group_id': self.group1['id'],
'user_id': self.user1['id']})
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token1},
expected_status=404)
# But user2's token should still be valid
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token2},
expected_status=200)
# Adding user2 to a group should not invalidate token
self.put('/groups/%(group_id)s/users/%(user_id)s' % {
'group_id': self.group2['id'],
'user_id': self.user2['id']})
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token2},
expected_status=200)
def test_removing_role_assignment_does_not_affect_other_users(self):
"""Revoking a role from one user should not affect other users."""
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
user1_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
r = self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
user3_token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# delete relationships between user1 and projectA from setUp
self.delete(
'/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'user_id': self.user1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
self.delete(
'/projects/%(project_id)s/groups/%(group_id)s/roles/%(role_id)s' %
{'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'group_id': self.group1['id'],
'role_id': self.role1['id']})
# authorization for the first user should now fail
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': user1_token},
expected_status=404)
self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user1['id'],
password=self.user1['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']),
expected_status=401)
# authorization for the second user should still succeed
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': user3_token},
expected_status=200)
self.post(
'/auth/tokens',
body=self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user3['id'],
password=self.user3['password'],
project_id=self.projectA['id']))
def test_deleting_project_deletes_grants(self):
# This is to make it a little bit more pretty with PEP8
role_path = ('/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/'
'roles/%(role_id)s')
role_path = role_path % {'user_id': self.user['id'],
'project_id': self.projectA['id'],
'role_id': self.role['id']}
# grant the user a role on the project
self.put(role_path)
# delete the project, which should remove the roles
self.delete(
'/projects/%(project_id)s' % {'project_id': self.projectA['id']})
# Make sure that we get a NotFound(404) when heading that role.
self.head(role_path, expected_status=404)
def get_v2_token(self):
body = {
'auth': {
'passwordCredentials': {
'username': self.default_domain_user['name'],
'password': self.default_domain_user['password'],
}
},
}
r = self.admin_request(method='POST', path='/v2.0/tokens', body=body)
return r.json_body['access']['token']['id']
def test_revoke_v2_token_no_check(self):
# Test that a V2 token can be revoked without validating it first.
# NOTE(blk-u): This doesn't work right. The token should be invalid
# after being revoked but it's not. See bug 1348820.
token = self.get_v2_token()
self.delete('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=204)
self.head('/auth/tokens',
headers={'X-Subject-Token': token},
expected_status=200) # FIXME(blk-u): This should be 404
@dependency.requires('revoke_api')
class TestTokenRevokeApi(TestTokenRevokeById):
EXTENSION_NAME = 'revoke'
EXTENSION_TO_ADD = 'revoke_extension'
"""Test token revocation on the v3 Identity API."""
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestTokenRevokeApi, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='revoke',
driver='keystone.contrib.revoke.backends.kvs.Revoke')
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='keystone.token.providers.pki.Provider',
revoke_by_id=False)
def assertValidDeletedProjectResponse(self, events_response, project_id):
events = events_response['events']
self.assertEqual(1, len(events))
self.assertEqual(project_id, events[0]['project_id'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events[0]['issued_before'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events_response['links'])
del (events_response['events'][0]['issued_before'])
del (events_response['links'])
expected_response = {'events': [{'project_id': project_id}]}
self.assertEqual(expected_response, events_response)
def assertDomainInList(self, events_response, domain_id):
events = events_response['events']
self.assertEqual(1, len(events))
self.assertEqual(domain_id, events[0]['domain_id'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events[0]['issued_before'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events_response['links'])
del (events_response['events'][0]['issued_before'])
del (events_response['links'])
expected_response = {'events': [{'domain_id': domain_id}]}
self.assertEqual(expected_response, events_response)
def assertValidRevokedTokenResponse(self, events_response, user_id):
events = events_response['events']
self.assertEqual(1, len(events))
self.assertEqual(user_id, events[0]['user_id'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events[0]['expires_at'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events[0]['issued_before'])
self.assertIsNotNone(events_response['links'])
del (events_response['events'][0]['expires_at'])
del (events_response['events'][0]['issued_before'])
del (events_response['links'])
expected_response = {'events': [{'user_id': user_id}]}
self.assertEqual(expected_response, events_response)
def test_revoke_token(self):
scoped_token = self.get_scoped_token()
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token}
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404)
events_response = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body
self.assertValidRevokedTokenResponse(events_response, self.user['id'])
def test_revoke_v2_token(self):
token = self.get_v2_token()
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': token}
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404)
events_response = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body
self.assertValidRevokedTokenResponse(events_response,
self.default_domain_user['id'])
def test_revoke_by_id_false_410(self):
self.get('/auth/tokens/OS-PKI/revoked', expected_status=410)
def test_list_delete_project_shows_in_event_list(self):
self.role_data_fixtures()
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual([], events)
self.delete(
'/projects/%(project_id)s' % {'project_id': self.projectA['id']})
events_response = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body
self.assertValidDeletedProjectResponse(events_response,
self.projectA['id'])
def test_disable_domain_shows_in_event_list(self):
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual([], events)
disable_body = {'domain': {'enabled': False}}
self.patch(
'/domains/%(project_id)s' % {'project_id': self.domainA['id']},
body=disable_body)
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body
self.assertDomainInList(events, self.domainA['id'])
def assertUserAndExpiryInList(self, events, user_id, expires_at):
found = False
for e in events:
if e['user_id'] == user_id and e['expires_at'] == expires_at:
found = True
self.assertTrue(found,
'event with correct user_id %s and expires_at value '
'not in list' % user_id)
def test_list_delete_token_shows_in_event_list(self):
self.role_data_fixtures()
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual([], events)
scoped_token = self.get_scoped_token()
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token}
auth_req = self.build_authentication_request(token=scoped_token)
response = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_req)
token2 = response.json_body['token']
headers2 = {'X-Subject-Token': response.headers['X-Subject-Token']}
response = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_req)
response.json_body['token']
headers3 = {'X-Subject-Token': response.headers['X-Subject-Token']}
scoped_token = self.get_scoped_token()
headers_unrevoked = {'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token}
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers2, expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers3, expected_status=200)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers_unrevoked,
expected_status=200)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204)
# NOTE(ayoung): not deleting token3, as it should be deleted
# by previous
events_response = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body
events = events_response['events']
self.assertEqual(1, len(events))
self.assertUserAndExpiryInList(events,
token2['user']['id'],
token2['expires_at'])
self.assertValidRevokedTokenResponse(events_response, self.user['id'])
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers2, expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers3, expected_status=404)
self.head('/auth/tokens', headers=headers_unrevoked,
expected_status=200)
def test_list_with_filter(self):
self.role_data_fixtures()
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual(0, len(events))
scoped_token = self.get_scoped_token()
headers = {'X-Subject-Token': scoped_token}
auth = self.build_authentication_request(token=scoped_token)
response = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth)
headers2 = {'X-Subject-Token': response.headers['X-Subject-Token']}
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers, expected_status=204)
self.delete('/auth/tokens', headers=headers2, expected_status=204)
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events',
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual(2, len(events))
future = timeutils.isotime(timeutils.utcnow() +
datetime.timedelta(seconds=1000))
events = self.get('/OS-REVOKE/events?since=%s' % (future),
expected_status=200).json_body['events']
self.assertEqual(0, len(events))
class TestAuthExternalDisabled(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestAuthExternalDisabled, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='auth',
methods=['keystone.auth.plugins.password.Password',
'keystone.auth.plugins.token.Token'])
def test_remote_user_disabled(self):
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
remote_user = '%s@%s' % (self.user['name'], self.domain['name'])
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
remote_user)
self.assertRaises(exception.Unauthorized,
api.authenticate,
context,
auth_info,
auth_context)
class TestAuthExternalLegacyDefaultDomain(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
content_type = 'json'
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestAuthExternalLegacyDefaultDomain, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='auth',
methods=['keystone.auth.plugins.external.LegacyDefaultDomain',
'keystone.auth.plugins.password.Password',
'keystone.auth.plugins.token.Token'])
def test_remote_user_no_realm(self):
CONF.auth.methods = 'external'
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
self.default_domain_user['name'])
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'],
self.default_domain_user['id'])
def test_remote_user_no_domain(self):
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
self.user['name'])
self.assertRaises(exception.Unauthorized,
api.authenticate,
context,
auth_info,
auth_context)
class TestAuthExternalLegacyDomain(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
content_type = 'json'
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestAuthExternalLegacyDomain, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='auth',
methods=['keystone.auth.plugins.external.LegacyDomain',
'keystone.auth.plugins.password.Password',
'keystone.auth.plugins.token.Token'])
def test_remote_user_with_realm(self):
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
remote_user = '%s@%s' % (self.user['name'], self.domain['name'])
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
remote_user)
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'], self.user['id'])
# Now test to make sure the user name can, itself, contain the
# '@' character.
user = {'name': 'myname@mydivision'}
self.identity_api.update_user(self.user['id'], user)
remote_user = '%s@%s' % (user['name'], self.domain['name'])
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
remote_user)
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'], self.user['id'])
def test_project_id_scoped_with_remote_user(self):
CONF.token.bind = ['kerberos']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
project_id=self.project['id'])
remote_user = '%s@%s' % (self.user['name'], self.domain['name'])
self.admin_app.extra_environ.update({'REMOTE_USER': remote_user,
'AUTH_TYPE': 'Negotiate'})
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
self.assertEqual(token['bind']['kerberos'], self.user['name'])
def test_unscoped_bind_with_remote_user(self):
CONF.token.bind = ['kerberos']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request()
remote_user = '%s@%s' % (self.user['name'], self.domain['name'])
self.admin_app.extra_environ.update({'REMOTE_USER': remote_user,
'AUTH_TYPE': 'Negotiate'})
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
self.assertEqual(token['bind']['kerberos'], self.user['name'])
class TestAuthExternalDomain(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
content_type = 'json'
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestAuthExternalDomain, self).config_overrides()
self.kerberos = False
self.config_fixture.config(
group='auth',
methods=['keystone.auth.plugins.external.Domain',
'keystone.auth.plugins.password.Password',
'keystone.auth.plugins.token.Token'])
def test_remote_user_with_realm(self):
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
remote_user = self.user['name']
remote_domain = self.domain['name']
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
remote_user, remote_domain=remote_domain, kerberos=self.kerberos)
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'], self.user['id'])
# Now test to make sure the user name can, itself, contain the
# '@' character.
user = {'name': 'myname@mydivision'}
self.identity_api.update_user(self.user['id'], user)
remote_user = user['name']
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
remote_user, remote_domain=remote_domain, kerberos=self.kerberos)
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'], self.user['id'])
def test_project_id_scoped_with_remote_user(self):
CONF.token.bind = ['kerberos']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
project_id=self.project['id'],
kerberos=self.kerberos)
remote_user = self.user['name']
remote_domain = self.domain['name']
self.admin_app.extra_environ.update({'REMOTE_USER': remote_user,
'REMOTE_DOMAIN': remote_domain,
'AUTH_TYPE': 'Negotiate'})
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
self.assertEqual(token['bind']['kerberos'], self.user['name'])
def test_unscoped_bind_with_remote_user(self):
CONF.token.bind = ['kerberos']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(kerberos=self.kerberos)
remote_user = self.user['name']
remote_domain = self.domain['name']
self.admin_app.extra_environ.update({'REMOTE_USER': remote_user,
'REMOTE_DOMAIN': remote_domain,
'AUTH_TYPE': 'Negotiate'})
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
self.assertEqual(token['bind']['kerberos'], self.user['name'])
class TestAuthKerberos(TestAuthExternalDomain):
def config_overrides(self):
super(TestAuthKerberos, self).config_overrides()
self.kerberos = True
self.config_fixture.config(
group='auth',
methods=['keystone.auth.plugins.external.KerberosDomain',
'keystone.auth.plugins.password.Password',
'keystone.auth.plugins.token.Token'])
class TestAuthJSON(test_v3.RestfulTestCase):
content_type = 'json'
def test_unscoped_token_with_user_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_unscoped_token_with_user_domain_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=self.domain['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_unscoped_token_with_user_domain_name(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_name=self.domain['name'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_default_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_id(self):
# create a second project to work with
ref = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domain_id)
r = self.post('/projects', body={'project': ref})
project = self.assertValidProjectResponse(r, ref)
# grant the user a role on the project
self.put(
'/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'user_id': self.user['id'],
'project_id': project['id'],
'role_id': self.role['id']})
# set the user's preferred project
body = {'user': {'default_project_id': project['id']}}
r = self.patch('/users/%(user_id)s' % {
'user_id': self.user['id']},
body=body)
self.assertValidUserResponse(r)
# attempt to authenticate without requesting a project
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
self.assertEqual(r.result['token']['project']['id'], project['id'])
def test_default_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_id_no_catalog(self):
# create a second project to work with
ref = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domain_id)
r = self.post('/projects', body={'project': ref})
project = self.assertValidProjectResponse(r, ref)
# grant the user a role on the project
self.put(
'/projects/%(project_id)s/users/%(user_id)s/roles/%(role_id)s' % {
'user_id': self.user['id'],
'project_id': project['id'],
'role_id': self.role['id']})
# set the user's preferred project
body = {'user': {'default_project_id': project['id']}}
r = self.patch('/users/%(user_id)s' % {
'user_id': self.user['id']},
body=body)
self.assertValidUserResponse(r)
# attempt to authenticate without requesting a project
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens?nocatalog', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r, require_catalog=False)
self.assertEqual(r.result['token']['project']['id'], project['id'])
def test_implicit_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_id_no_catalog(self):
# attempt to authenticate without requesting a project
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens?nocatalog', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r, require_catalog=False)
self.assertEqual(r.result['token']['project']['id'],
self.project['id'])
def test_auth_catalog_attributes(self):
if self.content_type == 'xml':
self.skipTest('XML catalog parsing is just broken')
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
catalog = r.result['token']['catalog']
self.assertEqual(1, len(catalog))
catalog = catalog[0]
self.assertEqual(self.service['id'], catalog['id'])
self.assertEqual(self.service['name'], catalog['name'])
self.assertEqual(self.service['type'], catalog['type'])
endpoint = catalog['endpoints']
self.assertEqual(1, len(endpoint))
endpoint = endpoint[0]
self.assertEqual(self.endpoint['id'], endpoint['id'])
self.assertEqual(self.endpoint['interface'], endpoint['interface'])
self.assertEqual(self.endpoint['region'], endpoint['region'])
self.assertEqual(self.endpoint['url'], endpoint['url'])
def _check_disabled_endpoint_result(self, catalog, disabled_endpoint_id):
endpoints = catalog[0]['endpoints']
endpoint_ids = [ep['id'] for ep in endpoints]
self.assertEqual([self.endpoint_id], endpoint_ids)
def test_auth_catalog_disabled_service(self):
"""On authenticate, get a catalog that excludes disabled services."""
# although the child endpoint is enabled, the service is disabled
self.assertTrue(self.endpoint['enabled'])
self.catalog_api.update_service(
self.endpoint['service_id'], {'enabled': False})
service = self.catalog_api.get_service(self.endpoint['service_id'])
self.assertFalse(service['enabled'])
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
# In JSON, this is an empty list. In XML, this is an empty string.
self.assertFalse(r.result['token']['catalog'])
def test_auth_catalog_disabled_endpoint(self):
"""On authenticate, get a catalog that excludes disabled endpoints."""
# Create a disabled endpoint that's like the enabled one.
disabled_endpoint_ref = copy.copy(self.endpoint)
disabled_endpoint_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
disabled_endpoint_ref.update({
'id': disabled_endpoint_id,
'enabled': False,
'interface': 'internal'
})
self.catalog_api.create_endpoint(disabled_endpoint_id,
disabled_endpoint_ref)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self._check_disabled_endpoint_result(r.result['token']['catalog'],
disabled_endpoint_id)
def test_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_id_401(self):
project_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
project = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=self.domain_id)
self.assignment_api.create_project(project_id, project)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=project['id'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_user_and_group_roles_scoped_token(self):
"""Test correct roles are returned in scoped token.
Test Plan:
- Create a domain, with 1 project, 2 users (user1 and user2)
and 2 groups (group1 and group2)
- Make user1 a member of group1, user2 a member of group2
- Create 8 roles, assigning them to each of the 8 combinations
of users/groups on domain/project
- Get a project scoped token for user1, checking that the right
two roles are returned (one directly assigned, one by virtue
of group membership)
- Repeat this for a domain scoped token
- Make user1 also a member of group2
- Get another scoped token making sure the additional role
shows up
- User2 is just here as a spoiler, to make sure we don't get
any roles uniquely assigned to it returned in any of our
tokens
"""
domainA = self.new_domain_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_domain(domainA['id'], domainA)
projectA = self.new_project_ref(domain_id=domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_project(projectA['id'], projectA)
user1 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=domainA['id'])
password = user1['password']
user1 = self.identity_api.create_user(user1)
user1['password'] = password
user2 = self.new_user_ref(
domain_id=domainA['id'])
password = user2['password']
user2 = self.identity_api.create_user(user2)
user2['password'] = password
group1 = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=domainA['id'])
group1 = self.identity_api.create_group(group1)
group2 = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=domainA['id'])
group2 = self.identity_api.create_group(group2)
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user1['id'],
group1['id'])
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user2['id'],
group2['id'])
# Now create all the roles and assign them
role_list = []
for _ in range(8):
role = self.new_role_ref()
self.assignment_api.create_role(role['id'], role)
role_list.append(role)
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[0]['id'],
user_id=user1['id'],
domain_id=domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[1]['id'],
user_id=user1['id'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[2]['id'],
user_id=user2['id'],
domain_id=domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[3]['id'],
user_id=user2['id'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[4]['id'],
group_id=group1['id'],
domain_id=domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[5]['id'],
group_id=group1['id'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[6]['id'],
group_id=group2['id'],
domain_id=domainA['id'])
self.assignment_api.create_grant(role_list[7]['id'],
group_id=group2['id'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
# First, get a project scoped token - which should
# contain the direct user role and the one by virtue
# of group membership
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=user1['id'],
password=user1['password'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidScopedTokenResponse(r)
roles_ids = []
for ref in token['roles']:
roles_ids.append(ref['id'])
self.assertEqual(2, len(token['roles']))
self.assertIn(role_list[1]['id'], roles_ids)
self.assertIn(role_list[5]['id'], roles_ids)
# Now the same thing for a domain scoped token
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=user1['id'],
password=user1['password'],
domain_id=domainA['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidScopedTokenResponse(r)
roles_ids = []
for ref in token['roles']:
roles_ids.append(ref['id'])
self.assertEqual(2, len(token['roles']))
self.assertIn(role_list[0]['id'], roles_ids)
self.assertIn(role_list[4]['id'], roles_ids)
# Finally, add user1 to the 2nd group, and get a new
# scoped token - the extra role should now be included
# by virtue of the 2nd group
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user1['id'],
group2['id'])
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=user1['id'],
password=user1['password'],
project_id=projectA['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
token = self.assertValidScopedTokenResponse(r)
roles_ids = []
for ref in token['roles']:
roles_ids.append(ref['id'])
self.assertEqual(3, len(token['roles']))
self.assertIn(role_list[1]['id'], roles_ids)
self.assertIn(role_list[5]['id'], roles_ids)
self.assertIn(role_list[7]['id'], roles_ids)
def test_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_domain_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=self.domain['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_project_id_scoped_token_with_user_domain_name(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_name=self.domain['name'],
password=self.user['password'],
project_id=self.project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidProjectScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_id_scoped_token_with_user_id(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_id_scoped_token_with_user_domain_id(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=self.domain['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_id_scoped_token_with_user_domain_name(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_name=self.domain['name'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_name_scoped_token_with_user_id(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_name=self.domain['name'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_name_scoped_token_with_user_domain_id(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=self.domain['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_name=self.domain['name'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_name_scoped_token_with_user_domain_name(self):
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_name=self.domain['name'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_name=self.domain['name'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_scope_token_with_group_role(self):
group = self.new_group_ref(
domain_id=self.domain_id)
group = self.identity_api.create_group(group)
# add user to group
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(self.user['id'], group['id'])
# grant the domain role to group
path = '/domains/%s/groups/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], group['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
# now get a domain-scoped token
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_scope_token_with_name(self):
# grant the domain role to user
path = '/domains/%s/users/%s/roles/%s' % (
self.domain['id'], self.user['id'], self.role['id'])
self.put(path=path)
# now get a domain-scoped token
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_name=self.domain['name'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidDomainScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_domain_scope_failed(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'],
domain_id=self.domain['id'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_auth_with_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
token = r.headers.get('X-Subject-Token')
# test token auth
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(token=token)
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def get_v2_token(self, tenant_id=None):
body = {
'auth': {
'passwordCredentials': {
'username': self.default_domain_user['name'],
'password': self.default_domain_user['password'],
},
},
}
r = self.admin_request(method='POST', path='/v2.0/tokens', body=body)
return r
def test_validate_v2_unscoped_token_with_v3_api(self):
v2_token = self.get_v2_token().result['access']['token']['id']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(token=v2_token)
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidUnscopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_validate_v2_scoped_token_with_v3_api(self):
v2_response = self.get_v2_token(
tenant_id=self.default_domain_project['id'])
result = v2_response.result
v2_token = result['access']['token']['id']
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
token=v2_token,
project_id=self.default_domain_project['id'])
r = self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data)
self.assertValidScopedTokenResponse(r)
def test_invalid_user_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=uuid.uuid4().hex,
password=self.user['password'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_invalid_user_name(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=uuid.uuid4().hex,
user_domain_id=self.domain['id'],
password=self.user['password'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_invalid_domain_id(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_id=uuid.uuid4().hex,
password=self.user['password'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_invalid_domain_name(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
username=self.user['name'],
user_domain_name=uuid.uuid4().hex,
password=self.user['password'])
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_invalid_password(self):
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_id=self.user['id'],
password=uuid.uuid4().hex)
self.post('/auth/tokens', body=auth_data, expected_status=401)
def test_remote_user_no_realm(self):
CONF.auth.methods = 'external'
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
self.default_domain_user['name'])
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'],
self.default_domain_user['id'])
# Now test to make sure the user name can, itself, contain the
# '@' character.
user = {'name': 'myname@mydivision'}
self.identity_api.update_user(self.default_domain_user['id'], user)
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
user["name"])
api.authenticate(context, auth_info, auth_context)
self.assertEqual(auth_context['user_id'],
self.default_domain_user['id'])
def test_remote_user_no_domain(self):
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
context, auth_info, auth_context = self.build_external_auth_request(
self.user['name'])
self.assertRaises(exception.Unauthorized,
api.authenticate,
context,
auth_info,
auth_context)
def test_remote_user_and_password(self):
# both REMOTE_USER and password methods must pass.
# note that they do not have to match
api = auth.controllers.Auth()
auth_data = self.build_authentication_request(
user_domain_id=self.default_domain_user['domain_id'],
username=self.default_domain_user['name'],
password=self.default_domain_user['password'])['auth']