psession

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Published: Aug 26, 2022 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 6 Imported by: 0

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type ActiveDirectorySessionData

type ActiveDirectorySessionData struct {
	UserDN                 string            `json:"userDN"`
	ExtraRefreshAttributes map[string]string `json:"extraRefreshAttributes,omitempty"`
}

ActiveDirectorySessionData is the additional data needed by Pinniped when the upstream IDP is an Active Directory provider.

type CustomSessionData

type CustomSessionData struct {
	// The Kubernetes resource UID of the identity provider CRD for the upstream IDP used to start this session.
	// This should be validated again upon downstream refresh to make sure that we are not refreshing against
	// a different identity provider CRD which just happens to have the same name.
	// This implies that when a user deletes an identity provider CRD, then the sessions that were started
	// using that identity provider will not be able to perform any more downstream refreshes.
	ProviderUID types.UID `json:"providerUID"`

	// The Kubernetes resource name of the identity provider CRD for the upstream IDP used to start this session.
	// Used during a downstream refresh to decide which upstream to refresh.
	// Also used to decide which of the pointer types below should be used.
	ProviderName string `json:"providerName"`

	// The type of the identity provider for the upstream IDP used to start this session.
	// Used during a downstream refresh to decide which upstream to refresh.
	ProviderType ProviderType `json:"providerType"`

	// Warnings that were encountered at some point during login that should be emitted to the client.
	// These will be RFC 2616-formatted errors with error code 299.
	Warnings []string `json:"warnings"`

	// Only used when ProviderType == "oidc".
	OIDC *OIDCSessionData `json:"oidc,omitempty"`

	LDAP *LDAPSessionData `json:"ldap,omitempty"`

	ActiveDirectory *ActiveDirectorySessionData `json:"activedirectory,omitempty"`
}

CustomSessionData is the custom session data needed by Pinniped. It should be treated as a union type, where the value of ProviderType decides which other fields to use.

type LDAPSessionData

type LDAPSessionData struct {
	UserDN                 string            `json:"userDN"`
	ExtraRefreshAttributes map[string]string `json:"extraRefreshAttributes,omitempty"`
}

LDAPSessionData is the additional data needed by Pinniped when the upstream IDP is an LDAP provider.

type OIDCSessionData

type OIDCSessionData struct {
	// UpstreamRefreshToken will contain the refresh token from the upstream OIDC provider, if the upstream provider
	// returned a refresh token during initial authorization. Otherwise, this field should be empty
	// and the UpstreamAccessToken should be non-empty. We may not get a refresh token from the upstream provider,
	// but we should always get an access token. However, when we do get a refresh token there is no need to
	// also store the access token, since storing unnecessary tokens makes it possible for them to be leaked and
	// creates more upstream revocation HTTP requests when it comes time to revoke the stored tokens.
	UpstreamRefreshToken string `json:"upstreamRefreshToken"`

	// UpstreamAccessToken will contain the access token returned by the upstream OIDC provider during initial
	// authorization, but only when the provider did not also return a refresh token. When UpstreamRefreshToken is
	// non-empty, then this field should be empty, indicating that we should use the upstream refresh token during
	// downstream refresh.
	UpstreamAccessToken string `json:"upstreamAccessToken"`

	// UpstreamSubject is the "sub" claim from the upstream identity provider from the user's initial login. We store this
	// so that we can validate that it does not change upon refresh.
	UpstreamSubject string `json:"upstreamSubject"`

	// UpstreamIssuer is the "iss" claim from the upstream identity provider from the user's initial login. We store this
	// so that we can validate that it does not change upon refresh.
	UpstreamIssuer string `json:"upstreamIssuer"`
}

OIDCSessionData is the additional data needed by Pinniped when the upstream IDP is an OIDC provider.

type PinnipedSession

type PinnipedSession struct {
	// Delegate most things to the standard fosite OpenID JWT session.
	Fosite *openid.DefaultSession `json:"fosite,omitempty"`

	// Custom Pinniped extensions to the session data.
	Custom *CustomSessionData `json:"custom,omitempty"`
}

PinnipedSession is a session container which includes the fosite standard stuff plus custom Pinniped stuff.

func NewPinnipedSession

func NewPinnipedSession() *PinnipedSession

NewPinnipedSession returns a new empty session.

func (*PinnipedSession) Clone

func (s *PinnipedSession) Clone() fosite.Session

func (*PinnipedSession) GetExpiresAt

func (s *PinnipedSession) GetExpiresAt(key fosite.TokenType) time.Time

func (*PinnipedSession) GetSubject

func (s *PinnipedSession) GetSubject() string

func (*PinnipedSession) GetUsername

func (s *PinnipedSession) GetUsername() string

func (*PinnipedSession) IDTokenClaims

func (s *PinnipedSession) IDTokenClaims() *jwt.IDTokenClaims

func (*PinnipedSession) IDTokenHeaders

func (s *PinnipedSession) IDTokenHeaders() *jwt.Headers

func (*PinnipedSession) SetExpiresAt

func (s *PinnipedSession) SetExpiresAt(key fosite.TokenType, exp time.Time)

func (*PinnipedSession) SetSubject

func (s *PinnipedSession) SetSubject(subject string)

type ProviderType

type ProviderType string
const (
	ProviderTypeOIDC            ProviderType = "oidc"
	ProviderTypeLDAP            ProviderType = "ldap"
	ProviderTypeActiveDirectory ProviderType = "activedirectory"
)

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