passport-cloudfoundry

Cloud Foundry UAA OAuth2 authentication strategy for Passport.

Passport-CloudFoundry

Passport strategy for authenticating with Cloud Foundry open PaaS using the OAuth 2.0 API.

$ npm install passport-cloudfoundry

The CloudFoundry authentication strategy authenticates users using a CloudFoundry account and OAuth 2.0 tokens. The strategy requires a verify callback, which accepts these credentials and calls done providing a user, as well as options specifying a client ID, client secret, and callback URL.

 
var cfStrategy = new CloudFoundryStrategy({
    clientID: CF_CLIENT_ID,
    clientSecret: CF_CLIENT_SECRET,
    callbackURL: CF_CALLBACK_URL
}, function(accessTokenrefreshTokenprofiledone) { //verify callback 
    // asynchronous verification, for effect... 
    process.nextTick(function() {
 
        // To keep the example simple, the user's CloudFoundry profile is returned to 
        // represent the logged-in user.  In a typical application, you would want 
        // to associate the CloudFoundry account with a user record in your database, 
        // and return that user instead. 
        return done(null, profile);
    });
});
 
//**************************************** 
// Examples 2 (w/ 'state' parameter): 
//**************************************** 
 
var CloudFoundryStrategy = require('passport-cloudfoundry').Strategy;
var cfStrategy = new CloudFoundryStrategy({
    clientID: '123-456-789',
    clientSecret: 'shhh-its-a-secret'
    callbackURL: 'https://myapp.cloudfoundry.com/auth/cloudfoundry/callback',
    passReqToCallback: true //<---- Pass this to get req (as 1st param)from CF.com to callback 
  },
  function(reqaccessTokenrefreshTokenprofiledone) {
 
    //Verify things like 'state' in req.query (be sure to set: passReqToCallback=true) 
    if(req.query.state === 'stateValueIpreviouslySent') {
        User.findOrCreate(..., function (erruser) {
           done(err, user);
       });
    } else {
       done({error: 'state value didnt match.. possible CSRF?'});
    }
  });
 
 
 // Set a callback to generate 'state' value. 
 cfStrategy.setStateParamCallBack(generateState);
 
 Where.. 'generateState' generates new state and stores is somwhere
 and returns that random value back.
 
 // Temporarily store `state` ids 
 var states = {};
 
 // Generates a random value to be used as 'state' param during authorization 
  function generateStateParam() {
    var state = uuid.v4();
    states[state] = true;
    return state;
  }
 
 // Finally, in your 'finalCallback',check if that state exists 
 if(req.query.state && states[req.query.state]) {
   done(null, user);
   //delete it from memory 
   delete states[req.query.state];
 } else {
   done({"error": 'state value didn't match. possible CSRF?'})
 }
 
 // Pass the strategy
 passport.use(cfStrategy);
 

In Express apps, you need to add the below middlewares. Also make sure to add them after Express' session middleware

// Initialize Passport!  Also use passport.session() middleware, to support 
// persistent login sessions (recommended). 
    app.use(passport.initialize());
    app.use(passport.session());

For passport to work, you need to add two routes.

  1. app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry'… to start OAuth
  2. app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry/callback'… to receive OAuth callback back from Cloud Foundry.
* NOTE: This must match your callback url's path that you used to register the app.

For example, as route middleware in an Express application:

 
    app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry',
      passport.authenticate('cloudfoundry'),
      function(reqres){
        // The request will be redirected to CloudFoundry for authentication, so 
        // this function will not be called. 
      });
 
    app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry/callback',
      passport.authenticate('cloudfoundry', { failureRedirect: '/login' }),
      function(reqres) {
        // Successful authentication, redirect home. 
        res.redirect('/');
      });
 
      w/ 'state' parameter (& verify/match it in the main callback to ensure no CSRF)
      app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry',
      passport.authenticate('cloudfoundry', {state: 'generateSomeRandomStateString'}),
      function(reqres){
        // The request will be redirected to CloudFoundry for authentication, so 
        // this function will not be called. 
      });

To logout, call req.logout() AND cfStrategy.reset() like below:

app.get('/', function(reqres) {
    if(!req.user) {
        req.session.destroy();
        req.logout();
        cfStrategy.reset(); //required! 
 
        return res.redirect('/login');
    }
    res.render('index', {
        user: req.user
    });
});

The example app is located in the /examples folder. But here are the details.

  • Git clone this repo to passport-cloudfoundry folder (note npm install won't download examples, docs etc).
  • cd passport-cloudfoundry/examples/login
  • npm install
  • Open login/app.js and set CF_CLIENT_ID, CF_CLIENT_SECRET & CF_CALLBACK_URL
    • You will get these info when you register your app (see below).
 
//Set Cloud Foundry app's clientID
var CF_CLIENT_ID = '--insert-cloudfoundry-client-id-here--';
 
//Set Cloud Foundry app's clientSecret
var CF_CLIENT_SECRET = '--insert-cloudfoundry-client-secret-here--';
 
// Note: You should have a app.get(..) for this callback to receive callback from Cloud Foundry
// For example: If your callback url is: https://myKoolapp.cloudfoundry.com/auth/cloudfoundry/callback
// then, you should have a HTTP GET endpoint like: app.get('/auth/cloudfoundry/callback', callback))
//
var CF_CALLBACK_URL = '--insert-cloudfoundry--url--/auth/cloudfoundry/callback';
  • node app.js to run app on localhost:3000
    • PS: You should run this app at a pre-registered location that you provided during registering your app.
  • Open up browser & open the app.
  1. Register your app at Cloud Foundry at: http://support.cloudfoundry.com/
  2. Provide your app name. e.g. MyCoolApp
  3. Provide a app's server domain for callback. e.g. mycoolapp.cloudfoundry.com

Once the app is up and running, here is how it works:

####2. Your browser will be redirected to https://login.cloudfoundry.com/login (default auth url): ####

####3. If you Sign-in using your cloudfoundry.com account, you will see ####


$ npm install --dev
$ make test

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