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Overview

Package auth provides authentication and authorization capability

Index

Constants

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const (
	// BearerScheme used for Authorization header
	BearerScheme = "Bearer "
	// ScopePublic is the scope applied to a rule to allow access to the public
	ScopePublic = ""
	// ScopeAccount is the scope applied to a rule to limit to users with any valid account
	ScopeAccount = "*"
)

Variables

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var (
	// ErrInvalidToken is when the token provided is not valid
	ErrInvalidToken = errors.New("invalid token provided")
	// ErrForbidden is when a user does not have the necessary scope to access a resource
	ErrForbidden = errors.New("resource forbidden")
)
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var (
	DefaultAuth = NewAuth()
)

Functions

func ContextWithAccount

func ContextWithAccount(ctx context.Context, account *Account) context.Context

ContextWithAccount sets the account in the context

Types

type Access

type Access int

Access defines the type of access a rule grants

const (
	// AccessGranted to a resource
	AccessGranted Access = iota
	// AccessDenied to a resource
	AccessDenied
)

type Account

type Account struct {
	// ID of the account e.g. email
	ID string `json:"id"`
	// Type of the account, e.g. service
	Type string `json:"type"`
	// Issuer of the account
	Issuer string `json:"issuer"`
	// Any other associated metadata
	Metadata map[string]string `json:"metadata"`
	// Scopes the account has access to
	Scopes []string `json:"scopes"`
	// Secret for the account, e.g. the password
	Secret string `json:"secret"`
}

Account provided by an auth provider

func AccountFromContext

func AccountFromContext(ctx context.Context) (*Account, bool)

AccountFromContext gets the account from the context, which is set by the auth wrapper at the start of a call. If the account is not set, a nil account will be returned. The error is only returned when there was a problem retrieving an account

type Auth

type Auth interface {
	// Init the auth
	Init(opts ...Option)
	// Options set for auth
	Options() Options
	// Generate a new account
	Generate(id string, opts ...GenerateOption) (*Account, error)
	// Verify an account has access to a resource using the rules
	Verify(acc *Account, res *Resource, opts ...VerifyOption) error
	// Inspect a token
	Inspect(token string) (*Account, error)
	// Token generated using refresh token or credentials
	Token(opts ...TokenOption) (*Token, error)
	// Grant access to a resource
	Grant(rule *Rule) error
	// Revoke access to a resource
	Revoke(rule *Rule) error
	// Rules returns all the rules used to verify requests
	Rules(...RulesOption) ([]*Rule, error)
	// String returns the name of the implementation
	String() string
}

Auth provides authentication and authorization

func NewAuth

func NewAuth(opts ...Option) Auth

type GenerateOption

type GenerateOption func(o *GenerateOptions)

func WithMetadata

func WithMetadata(md map[string]string) GenerateOption

WithMetadata for the generated account

func WithProvider

func WithProvider(p string) GenerateOption

WithProvider for the generated account

func WithScopes

func WithScopes(s ...string) GenerateOption

WithScopes for the generated account

func WithSecret

func WithSecret(s string) GenerateOption

WithSecret for the generated account

func WithType

func WithType(t string) GenerateOption

WithType for the generated account

type GenerateOptions

type GenerateOptions struct {
	// Metadata associated with the account
	Metadata map[string]string
	// Scopes the account has access too
	Scopes []string
	// Provider of the account, e.g. oauth
	Provider string
	// Type of the account, e.g. user
	Type string
	// Secret used to authenticate the account
	Secret string
}

func NewGenerateOptions

func NewGenerateOptions(opts ...GenerateOption) GenerateOptions

NewGenerateOptions from a slice of options

type Option

type Option func(o *Options)

func Addrs

func Addrs(addrs ...string) Option

Addrs is the auth addresses to use

func ClientToken

func ClientToken(token *Token) Option

ClientToken sets the auth token to use when making requests

func Credentials

func Credentials(id, secret string) Option

Credentials sets the auth credentials

func LoginURL

func LoginURL(url string) Option

LoginURL sets the auth LoginURL

func Namespace

func Namespace(n string) Option

Namespace the service belongs to

func PrivateKey

func PrivateKey(key string) Option

PrivateKey is the JWT private key

func Provider

func Provider(p provider.Provider) Option

Provider set the auth provider

func PublicKey

func PublicKey(key string) Option

PublicKey is the JWT public key

func Store

func Store(s store.Store) Option

Store to back auth

func WithClient

func WithClient(c client.Client) Option

WithClient sets the client to use when making requests

type Options

type Options struct {
	// Namespace the service belongs to
	Namespace string
	// ID is the services auth ID
	ID string
	// Secret is used to authenticate the service
	Secret string
	// Token is the services token used to authenticate itself
	Token *Token
	// PublicKey for decoding JWTs
	PublicKey string
	// PrivateKey for encoding JWTs
	PrivateKey string
	// Provider is an auth provider
	Provider provider.Provider
	// LoginURL is the relative url path where a user can login
	LoginURL string
	// Store to back auth
	Store store.Store
	// Client to use for RPC
	Client client.Client
	// Addrs sets the addresses of auth
	Addrs []string
}

func NewOptions

func NewOptions(opts ...Option) Options

type Resource

type Resource struct {
	// Name of the resource, e.g. go.micro.service.notes
	Name string `json:"name"`
	// Type of resource, e.g. service
	Type string `json:"type"`
	// Endpoint resource e.g NotesService.Create
	Endpoint string `json:"endpoint"`
}

Resource is an entity such as a user or

type Rule

type Rule struct {
	// ID of the rule, e.g. "public"
	ID string
	// Scope the rule requires, a blank scope indicates open to the public and * indicates the rule
	// applies to any valid account
	Scope string
	// Resource the rule applies to
	Resource *Resource
	// Access determines if the rule grants or denies access to the resource
	Access Access
	// Priority the rule should take when verifying a request, the higher the value the sooner the
	// rule will be applied
	Priority int32
}

Rule is used to verify access to a resource

type RulesOption

type RulesOption func(o *RulesOptions)

func RulesContext

func RulesContext(ctx context.Context) RulesOption

type RulesOptions

type RulesOptions struct {
	Context context.Context
}

type Token

type Token struct {
	// The token to be used for accessing resources
	AccessToken string `json:"access_token"`
	// RefreshToken to be used to generate a new token
	RefreshToken string `json:"refresh_token"`
	// Time of token creation
	Created time.Time `json:"created"`
	// Time of token expiry
	Expiry time.Time `json:"expiry"`
}

Token can be short or long lived

func (*Token) Expired

func (t *Token) Expired() bool

Expired returns a boolean indicating if the token needs to be refreshed

type TokenOption

type TokenOption func(o *TokenOptions)

func WithCredentials

func WithCredentials(id, secret string) TokenOption

func WithExpiry

func WithExpiry(ex time.Duration) TokenOption

WithExpiry for the token

func WithToken

func WithToken(rt string) TokenOption

type TokenOptions

type TokenOptions struct {
	// ID for the account
	ID string
	// Secret for the account
	Secret string
	// RefreshToken is used to refesh a token
	RefreshToken string
	// Expiry is the time the token should live for
	Expiry time.Duration
}

func NewTokenOptions

func NewTokenOptions(opts ...TokenOption) TokenOptions

NewTokenOptions from a slice of options

type VerifyOption

type VerifyOption func(o *VerifyOptions)

func VerifyContext

func VerifyContext(ctx context.Context) VerifyOption

type VerifyOptions

type VerifyOptions struct {
	Context context.Context
}

Directories

Path Synopsis
jwt
provider Package provider is an external auth provider e.g oauth
provider/basic
provider/oauth
rules
service
service/proto
token
token/basic
token/jwt