Skip to content. This commit was signed with a verified signature. Unified Split. Showing 2 changed files with 95 additions and 30 deletions. Getting started The proxy is shipped using [ Erlang escript ] escript and pre-build images for Docker. Easiest way to run a standalone instance is with the Docker container. You create your team key pair 2. Give public key to all customers 3. Store private key on a private server that runs a proxy.
The access to this server has to be limited to yourself 4. Take public key from your support personnel 5. Upload them on that proxy server 6. Now your support stuff can login to customer server unless you revoke this access Use the proxy to control access of your engineering team to cloud servers with similar workflow 1. Use the console to generate key pair s for your environment. Upload the private key to a ssh-proxy server. Take public key from your engineers e.
Upload public keys on that proxy server. Store private key on a private server where only you can login 4. Take public key from your support guy 5. Upload it on that private server 6. Name the file after the users name. User's access is revoked if you delete this key from the proxy. Please note that proxy has a special syntax to identify private servers. A following scripts helps you to attach ssh stdio to any local port.
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Duo Auth API
Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Key features. Getting started. The proxy is shipped using [ Erlang escript ] escript and pre-build images for Docker. SSH proxy is a daemon that helps you to control access of your support team to customers servers with following workflow:.This section is for client developers interested in learning about the API client authentication protocol specification for signing HTTP request messages.
The specification below outlines how to implement a custom HTTP request signing function in your client code. Reference implementations of the API client authentication protocol are provided as open source on GitHub. We strongly encourage you to use the existing libraries listed on the OPEN Source Clients page rather than writing your own, as those have been tested and verified, and are available in most modern programming languages.
The service consumer domain is the base URL. The Authorization header starts with the signing algorithm moniker name of the algorithm used to sign the request. Must be assigned the UTC time when the request is signed. Ensure that the system your client runs on is synchronized with a Stratum 2 or better time source.
Must be assigned a nonce number used once for the request. It is a random string used to detect replayed request messages. A GUID is recommended.
The signing key is derived from the client secret. The signing key is computed as the base64 encoding of the SHA— HMAC of the timestamp string the field value included in the HTTP authorization header described above with the client secret as the key. The data to sign includes the information from the HTTP request that is relevant to ensuring that the request is authentic.
This data set comprised of the request data combined with the authorization header value excluding the signature field, but including the ; right before the signature field. The relative URL is the part of the URL that starts from the root path and includes the query string, with the handling of following special cases:. The protocol does not support multiple request headers with the same header name. Otherwise, EdgeGrid will not produce the intended results by rejecting such requests or removing all but one duplicated headers.
For each entry in the list of headers designated by the service provider to include in the signature in the specified order, the canonicalization of the request header is done as follows:. NOTE : The canonicalized data is used for creating the signature only, as this step might alter the header value.
If a header in the list is not present in the request, or the header value is empty, nothing for that header, neither the name nor the tab separator, may be included. For example, a request with the following sample headers.
NOTE : The x-ax-cx-b headers are included as reference but are not required. The tab is chosen as it is illegal in all the fields see rfc except the headers where our canonicalization will remove any tabs. For any other request methods, this field is empty.
The size of the POST body must be less than or equal to the value specified by the service. Toggle navigation. Signing Key The signing key is derived from the client secret.
Data to Sign The data to sign includes the information from the HTTP request that is relevant to ensuring that the request is authentic.Duo Security is now a part of Cisco.
About Cisco. Click Protect to the far-right to configure the application and get your integration keysecret keyand API hostname. You'll need this information to complete your setup. See Protecting Applications for more information about protecting applications in Duo and additional application options.
The security of your Duo application is tied to the security of your secret key skey. Secure it as you would any sensitive credential. Don't share it with unauthorized individuals or email it to anyone under any circumstances!
Adding Duo requires some understanding of your application's language and authentication process. Documented properties will not be removed within a stable version of the API. Once a given API endpoint is documented to return a given property, a property with that name will always appear although certain properties may only appear under certain conditions, like if the customer is using a specific edition.
Properties that enumerate choices may gain new values at any time, e. Duo will update our API documentation with new values in a timely fashion. New, undocumented properties may also appear at any time.
For instance, Duo may make available a beta feature involving extra information returned by an API endpoint. Until the property is documented here its format may change or it may even be entirely removed from our API.
Firewall configurations that restrict outbound access to Duo's service with rules using destination IP addresses or IP address ranges aren't recommended, since these may change over time to maintain our service's high availability. Unlike the other endpoints, this one does not have to be signed with the Authorization header. This endpoint is also suitable for use with Duo's Web SDK to verify that Duo's service is responding before initializing frame authentication.
This endpoint is also suitable for use with Duo's Web SDK to verify integration information before initializing frame authentication. It creates the user in Duo and returns a code as a QR code that Duo Mobile can scan with its built-in camera.
Scanning the QR code adds the user's account to the app so that they receive and respond to Duo Push login requests. Human-readable message describing the result. This string is intended for display to the user. This field will only be present if result is "auth". List of strings, each a factor that can be used with the device. Note that hardware tokens do not have any associated capabilities.Go to the Azure portal to register your application. Search for and select APP registrations.
When the Register an application page appears, enter your application's registration information:. On the app Overview page, find the Application client ID value and record it for later.
Record this value for later. Select the Add a scope button to display the Add a scope page. Then create a new scope that's supported by the API for example, Files.
Finally, select the Add scope button to create the scope. Repeat this step to add all scopes supported by your API. Under Add a client secretprovide a Description. Choose when the key should expire, and select Add. Now that you have registered two applications to represent the API and the Developer Console, you need to grant permissions to allow the client-app to call the backend-app.
Go to the Azure portal to grant permissions to your client application. Choose your client app. Then in the list of pages for the app, select API permissions. Under Delegated Permissionsselect the appropriate permissions to your backend-app, then select Add permissions. At this point, you have created your applications in Azure AD, and have granted proper permissions to allow the client-app to call the backend-app. In this example, the Developer Console is the client-app.
The following steps describe how to enable OAuth 2. The Client registration page URL points to a page that users can use to create and configure their own accounts for OAuth 2. In this example, users do not create and configure their own accounts, so you use a placeholder instead.
Retrieve these values from the Endpoints page in your Azure AD tenant. Browse to the App registrations page again, and select Endpoints. Copy the OAuth 2. You can use either v1 or v2 endpoints. However, depending on which version you choose, the below step will be different. We recommend using v2 endpoints. If you use v1 endpoints, add a body parameter named resource. For the value of this parameter, use Application ID of the back-end app.The process of working with a backend described in Authorization using a backend.
In addition, Flussonic Media Server has a built-in mechanism for a basic protection against embedding video players on other sites. More details about this protection you can read in the section Domain lock. More information about the scripting you can read in the article devoted to Lua scripts.How to implement User Agent to Source Input in Flussonic server 2018
Add the Flash Player or HTML video tag on your website or middleware, and use the path to a video with an authorization key token that is created on this website, in one of these forms:.
If your site or middleware does not use tokens in a video path, Flussonic Media Server will generate a token automatically. Upon receiving a request with a token, Flussonic Media Server tests whether the session is open stream is already broadcasted from the server to the client. Session identifier is a hash sum created as follows:. If the user changes his IP address, or switches to another stream, a new session will be created.
If there's no open sessions, then Flussonic Media Server makes a request to the auth backend, with the following parameters:. If the backend returns the HTTP status codethe session is opened or continued. If the backend returns the HTTP orthe session is closed. All other statuses and timeouts are interpreted as a lack of data and the query is repeated. If the backend allows opening of the session, by default Flussonic Media Server will re-check session every 3 minutes to determine that the session is still active.
X-AuthDuration is specified in seconds. After 3 minutes or other period of time, if it has been changed with X-AuthDuration request will be repeated. If the backend is not available or returns the HTTPFlussonic Media Server will keep previous status received from the backend, and will send the request again. If you change "auth" option in the config file ie added new auth urlthis option will be applied only for new sessions, already opened sessions remain intact.
If the backend banned the session, the information about this session will be cached on the server. If the user tries to open stream again with the same token, Flussonic Media Server will reject it without making new calls to the backend. The administrator can view any video in the Flussonic web interface without authorization.
That is, the authorization backend is not used in this case. Technically, this is implemented as follows: when the admin accesses video in the web interface, a special token "ADM-xxx" is generated, which is intercepted by Flussonic Media Server. Such a token is understood as permission to play video without authorization. You can prevent the administrator from viewing videos protected by the backend authorization mechanism.
The following PHP script will check whether a token in this file, and allow the opening of a session for existing tokens:. It's important to note that disconnected sessions remain in a memory of a server for some time, therefore clients with the same combinations of IP-address, stream name and token will not be able to access content.
An example is the Revoke Refresh Token endpoint. This option is available only for confidential applications such as applications that are able to hold credentials in a secure way without exposing them to unauthorized parties. For public applications such as applications that cannot hold credentials securely, like SPAs or mobile appswe offer some endpoints that can be accessed using only the Client ID. An example is the Implicit Grant. For some endpoints, both options are available.
If it's the first time you use it, you have to install it using the dashboard. Once you do, you are ready to configure your app's settings and run your tests. If you are working with APIs, you are probably already familiar with Postmana development tool that enables you to configure and run API requests. We have preconfigured a collection that you can download.
You will have to configure some environment variables to customize the requests. When an error occurs, you will receive an error object. Most of these error objects contain an error code and an error description so that your applications can more efficiently identify the problem. If you get an 4xx HTTP response code, then you can assume that there is a bad request from your end. In this case, check the Standard Error Responses for more context.
If you exceed the provided rate limit for a given endpoint, you will receive the Too Many Requests response with the following message: Too many requests. Note that for database connections Auth0 limits certain types of repeat login attempts depending on the user account and IP address.
If you have problems or need help with your case, you can always reach out to our Support. Note that if you have a free subscription plan, and you are not in your day trial period, you will not be able to access or open tickets in the Support Center. In this case, you can seek support through the Auth0 Community. For more info on our support program, refer to Support Options. Use this endpoint to authenticate a user with a social provider.
It will return a redirect to the social provider specified in connection. Social connections only support browser-based passive authentication because most social providers don't allow a username and password to be entered into applications that they don't own.
Therefore, the user will be redirected to the provider's sign in page. Click on Install Debugger to go to the article that explains how you only have to do this once. At the Configuration tab, set the fields Application select the application you want to use for the test and Connection the name of the social connection to use. The sample auth0. If you are using auth0. Use this endpoint for browser based passive authentication.
It returns a redirect to the Auth0 Login Page that will show the Login Widget where the user can login with email and password. Use this endpoint for passive authentication.
Use this endpoint to logout a user. At the Other Flows tab, click Logoutor Logout Federated to log the user out of the identity provider as well.APIs use authorization to ensure that client requests access data securely.
This can involve authenticating the sender of a request and verifying that they have permission to access or manipulate the relevant data. If you're building an API, you can choose from a variety of auth models. You can pass auth details along with any request you send in Postman.
Auth data can be included in the header, body, or as parameters to a request. If you enter your auth details in the Authorization tab, Postman will automatically populate the relevant parts of the request for your chosen auth type. You can use variables and collections to define authorization details more safely and efficiently, letting you reuse the same information in multiple places. With a request open in Postman, use the Authorization tab Type dropdown to select an auth type.
Postman will prompt you to complete the relevant details for your selected type. The correct data values will be determined by your API at the server side—if you're using a third party API you will need to refer to the provider for any required auth details. When you select a type, Postman will indicate which parts of the request your details will be included in, for example the header, body, URL, or query parameters.
Postman will add your auth details to the relevant parts of the request as soon as you select or enter them, so you can see how your data will be sent before attempting to run the request.
Your auth data will appear in the relevant parts of the request, for example in the Headers tab. To show headers added automatically, click the hidden button. Hover over a header to see where it was added.
To change an auth header, navigate back to the Authorization tab and update your configuration. You cannot override headers added by your Authorization selections directly in the Headers tab.
If you need different auth headers from those auto-generated by Postman, alter your setup in Authorizationor remove your auth setup and add headers manually.
Your request auth can use environment, collection, and global variables. Postman does not save header data or query parameters to avoid exposing sensitive data such as API keys.
You can inspect a raw dump of the entire request including auth data in the Postman console after you send it. If you group your requests in collections and foldersyou can specify auth details to reuse throughout a group. Select a collection or folder in Collections on the left of the Postman app. Use the overflow button By default, requests inside the collection or folder will inherit auth from the parent, which means that they'll use the same auth that you've specified at the folder or collection level.
To change this for an individual request, make a different selection in the request Authorization tab. You can choose an authorization type upfront using the same technique when you first create a collection or folder.
Postman will not attempt to send authorization details with a request unless you specify an auth type. If your request does not require authorization, select No Auth from the Authorization tab Type dropdown list. Enter your key name and value, and select either Header or Query Params from the Add to dropdown.
You can store your values in variables for additional security.