kandi X-RAY | yubikey-val Summary
kandi X-RAY | yubikey-val Summary
YubiKey OTP validation server in PHP
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- Re - sync the server .
- Synchronize multiple requests
- Sanitize fields .
- Find rows by multiple values
- Saves data to a table
- Short description of method updateBy
- Delete by multiple records
- Write to the log
- Add a new field .
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I'm a little bit confused by what I need to do here for Python, but from the Yubikey API documentation for verifying Yubikeys that have YubiOTP the HMAC signature needs to be generated a specific way - from their documentation:
The protocol uses HMAC-SHA-1 signatures. The HMAC key to use is the client API key.
Generate the signature over the parameters in the message. Each message contains a set of key/value pairs, and the signature is always over the entire set (excluding the signature itself), and sorted in alphabetical order of the keys. More precisely, to generate a message signature do:
Alphabetically sort the set of key/value pairs by key order.
Construct a single line with each ordered key/value pair concatenated using &, and each key and value contatenated with
=. Do not add any linebreaks. Do not add whitespace. For example:
Apply the HMAC-SHA-1 algorithm on the line as an octet string using the API key as key (remember to base64decode the API key obtained from Yubico).
Base 64 encode the resulting value according to RFC 4648, for example,
Append the value under key h to the message.
Now my understanding of their API from their documentation states the following valid request parameters:
id- the Client ID from Yubico API
otp- the YubiOTP value from the YubiOTP component of a yubikey.
h- the HMAC-SHA1 signature for the request
timestamp- empty does nothing,
1includes the timestamp in the reply from the server
nonce- A 16 to 40 character long string with random unique data.
sl- a value of 0 to 100 indicating percentage of syncing required by client, or strings "fast" or "Secure" to use server values; if nonexistent server decides
timeout- # of seconds to wait for sync responses; let server decide if absent.
I have a total of two functions I'm trying to use to try and handle all these things and generate the URL. Namely, we the HMAC support function and the
verify_url_generate which generates the URL (and
API_KEY is statically coded - my API Secret Key from Yubico):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 05:35
Can you try using standard_b64encode and then using urllib.parse.quote(url) in your final URL?
I ask because this page says that "As such, all parameters must be properly URL encoded. In particular, some base64 characters (such as "+") in the value fields needs to be escaped." which means it is expecting +(or %2B) in the args and does a unquote and then normal decode.
I'm building a UI using PHP and jquery that will allow someone to type in a string and it will search
What i want to do is separate (using php) the
the architecture just after the
/ and the
description of the package just below the line of the package and architecture so i can push this data into a JSON collection and return it to jQuery.
I'm doing the following command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-15 at 17:10
Here is a couple of ways to do it.
One is using explode with array_map (you could use normal foreach instead) and the other way using regex.
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PHP requires the Visual C runtime (CRT). The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2019 is suitable for all these PHP versions, see visualstudio.microsoft.com. You MUST download the x86 CRT for PHP x86 builds and the x64 CRT for PHP x64 builds. The CRT installer supports the /quiet and /norestart command-line switches, so you can also script it.
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