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package jwt

import "gopkg.in/square/go-jose.v2/jwt"

Package jwt provides an implementation of the JSON Web Token standard.

Index

Examples

Package Files

builder.go claims.go doc.go errors.go jwt.go validation.go

Constants

const (
    // DefaultLeeway defines the default leeway for matching NotBefore/Expiry claims.
    DefaultLeeway = 1.0 * time.Minute
)

Variables

var ErrExpired = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, token is expired (exp)")

ErrExpired indicates that token is used after expiry time indicated in exp claim.

var ErrInvalidAudience = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, invalid audience claim (aud)")

ErrInvalidAudience indicated invalid aud claim.

var ErrInvalidClaims = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: expected claims to be value convertible into JSON object")

ErrInvalidClaims indicates that given claims have invalid type.

var ErrInvalidContentType = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: expected content type to be JWT (cty header)")

ErrInvalidContentType indicates that token requires JWT cty header.

var ErrInvalidID = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, invalid ID claim (jti)")

ErrInvalidID indicates invalid jti claim.

var ErrInvalidIssuer = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, invalid issuer claim (iss)")

ErrInvalidIssuer indicates invalid iss claim.

var ErrInvalidSubject = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, invalid subject claim (sub)")

ErrInvalidSubject indicates invalid sub claim.

var ErrIssuedInTheFuture = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation field, token issued in the future (iat)")

ErrIssuedInTheFuture indicates that the iat field is in the future.

var ErrNotValidYet = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: validation failed, token not valid yet (nbf)")

ErrNotValidYet indicates that token is used before time indicated in nbf claim.

var ErrUnmarshalAudience = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: expected string or array value to unmarshal to Audience")

ErrUnmarshalAudience indicates that aud claim could not be unmarshalled.

var ErrUnmarshalNumericDate = errors.New("square/go-jose/jwt: expected number value to unmarshal NumericDate")

ErrUnmarshalNumericDate indicates that JWT NumericDate could not be unmarshalled.

type Audience Uses

type Audience []string

Audience represents the recipents that the token is intended for.

func (Audience) Contains Uses

func (s Audience) Contains(v string) bool

func (*Audience) UnmarshalJSON Uses

func (s *Audience) UnmarshalJSON(b []byte) error

UnmarshalJSON reads an audience from its JSON representation.

type Builder Uses

type Builder interface {
    // Claims encodes claims into JWE/JWS form. Multiple calls will merge claims
    // into single JSON object. If you are passing private claims, make sure to set
    // struct field tags to specify the name for the JSON key to be used when
    // serializing.
    Claims(i interface{}) Builder
    // Token builds a JSONWebToken from provided data.
    Token() (*JSONWebToken, error)
    // FullSerialize serializes a token using the full serialization format.
    FullSerialize() (string, error)
    // CompactSerialize serializes a token using the compact serialization format.
    CompactSerialize() (string, error)
}

Builder is a utility for making JSON Web Tokens. Calls can be chained, and errors are accumulated until the final call to CompactSerialize/FullSerialize.

func Encrypted Uses

func Encrypted(enc jose.Encrypter) Builder

Encrypted creates builder for encrypted tokens.

Code:

enc, err := jose.NewEncrypter(
    jose.A128GCM,
    jose.Recipient{Algorithm: jose.DIRECT, Key: sharedEncryptionKey},
    (&jose.EncrypterOptions{}).WithType("JWT"),
)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

cl := jwt.Claims{
    Subject: "subject",
    Issuer:  "issuer",
}
raw, err := jwt.Encrypted(enc).Claims(cl).CompactSerialize()
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println(raw)

func Signed Uses

func Signed(sig jose.Signer) Builder

Signed creates builder for signed tokens.

Code:

key := []byte("secret")
sig, err := jose.NewSigner(jose.SigningKey{Algorithm: jose.HS256, Key: key}, (&jose.SignerOptions{}).WithType("JWT"))
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

cl := jwt.Claims{
    Subject:   "subject",
    Issuer:    "issuer",
    NotBefore: jwt.NewNumericDate(time.Date(2016, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, time.UTC)),
    Audience:  jwt.Audience{"leela", "fry"},
}
raw, err := jwt.Signed(sig).Claims(cl).CompactSerialize()
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println(raw)

Output:

eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJhdWQiOlsibGVlbGEiLCJmcnkiXSwiaXNzIjoiaXNzdWVyIiwibmJmIjoxNDUxNjA2NDAwLCJzdWIiOiJzdWJqZWN0In0.4PgCj0VO-uG_cb1mNA38NjJyp0N-NdGIDLoYelEkciw

Code:

c := &jwt.Claims{
    Subject: "subject",
    Issuer:  "issuer",
}
c2 := struct {
    Scopes []string
}{
    []string{"foo", "bar"},
}
raw, err := jwt.Signed(signer).Claims(c).Claims(c2).CompactSerialize()
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println(raw)

Output:

eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJTY29wZXMiOlsiZm9vIiwiYmFyIl0sImlzcyI6Imlzc3VlciIsInN1YiI6InN1YmplY3QifQ.esKOIsmwkudr_gnfnB4SngxIr-7pspd5XzG3PImfQ6Y

Code:

key := []byte("secret")
sig, err := jose.NewSigner(jose.SigningKey{Algorithm: jose.HS256, Key: key}, (&jose.SignerOptions{}).WithType("JWT"))
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

cl := jwt.Claims{
    Subject:   "subject",
    Issuer:    "issuer",
    NotBefore: jwt.NewNumericDate(time.Date(2016, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, time.UTC)),
    Audience:  jwt.Audience{"leela", "fry"},
}

// When setting private claims, make sure to add struct tags
// to specify how to serialize the field. The naming behavior
// should match the encoding/json package otherwise.
privateCl := struct {
    CustomClaim string `json:"custom"`
}{
    "custom claim value",
}

raw, err := jwt.Signed(sig).Claims(cl).Claims(privateCl).CompactSerialize()
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println(raw)
// Ouput: eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJhdWQiOlsibGVlbGEiLCJmcnkiXSwiY3VzdG9tIjoiY3VzdG9tIGNsYWltIHZhbHVlIiwiaXNzIjoiaXNzdWVyIiwibmJmIjoxNDUxNjA2NDAwLCJzdWIiOiJzdWJqZWN0In0.knXH3ReNJToS5XI7BMCkk80ugpCup3tOy53xq-ga47o

type Claims Uses

type Claims struct {
    Issuer    string       `json:"iss,omitempty"`
    Subject   string       `json:"sub,omitempty"`
    Audience  Audience     `json:"aud,omitempty"`
    Expiry    *NumericDate `json:"exp,omitempty"`
    NotBefore *NumericDate `json:"nbf,omitempty"`
    IssuedAt  *NumericDate `json:"iat,omitempty"`
    ID        string       `json:"jti,omitempty"`
}

Claims represents public claim values (as specified in RFC 7519).

func (Claims) Validate Uses

func (c Claims) Validate(e Expected) error

Validate checks claims in a token against expected values. A default leeway value of one minute is used to compare time values.

The default leeway will cause the token to be deemed valid until one minute after the expiration time. If you're a server application that wants to give an extra minute to client tokens, use this function. If you're a client application wondering if the server will accept your token, use ValidateWithLeeway with a leeway <=0, otherwise this function might make you think a token is valid when it is not.

Code:

cl := jwt.Claims{
    Subject:   "subject",
    Issuer:    "issuer",
    NotBefore: jwt.NewNumericDate(time.Date(2016, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, time.UTC)),
    Expiry:    jwt.NewNumericDate(time.Date(2016, 1, 1, 0, 15, 0, 0, time.UTC)),
    Audience:  jwt.Audience{"leela", "fry"},
}

err := cl.Validate(jwt.Expected{
    Issuer: "issuer",
    Time:   time.Date(2016, 1, 1, 0, 10, 0, 0, time.UTC),
})
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Printf("valid!")

Output:

valid!

Code:

raw := `eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJpc3MiOiJpc3N1ZXIiLCJzdWIiOiJzdWJqZWN0In0.gpHyA1B1H6X4a4Edm9wo7D3X2v3aLSDBDG2_5BzXYe0`
tok, err := jwt.ParseSigned(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

cl := jwt.Claims{}
if err := tok.Claims(sharedKey, &cl); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

err = cl.Validate(jwt.Expected{
    Issuer:  "issuer",
    Subject: "subject",
})
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Printf("valid!")

Output:

valid!

func (Claims) ValidateWithLeeway Uses

func (c Claims) ValidateWithLeeway(e Expected, leeway time.Duration) error

ValidateWithLeeway checks claims in a token against expected values. A custom leeway may be specified for comparing time values. You may pass a zero value to check time values with no leeway, but you should not that numeric date values are rounded to the nearest second and sub-second precision is not supported.

The leeway gives some extra time to the token from the server's point of view. That is, if the token is expired, ValidateWithLeeway will still accept the token for 'leeway' amount of time. This fails if you're using this function to check if a server will accept your token, because it will think the token is valid even after it expires. So if you're a client validating if the token is valid to be submitted to a server, use leeway <=0, if you're a server validation a token, use leeway >=0.

type Expected Uses

type Expected struct {
    // Issuer matches the "iss" claim exactly.
    Issuer string
    // Subject matches the "sub" claim exactly.
    Subject string
    // Audience matches the values in "aud" claim, regardless of their order.
    Audience Audience
    // ID matches the "jti" claim exactly.
    ID  string
    // Time matches the "exp" and "nbf" claims with leeway.
    Time time.Time
}

Expected defines values used for protected claims validation. If field has zero value then validation is skipped.

func (Expected) WithTime Uses

func (e Expected) WithTime(t time.Time) Expected

WithTime copies expectations with new time.

type JSONWebToken Uses

type JSONWebToken struct {
    Headers []jose.Header
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

JSONWebToken represents a JSON Web Token (as specified in RFC7519).

func ParseEncrypted Uses

func ParseEncrypted(s string) (*JSONWebToken, error)

ParseEncrypted parses token from JWE form.

Code:

key := []byte("itsa16bytesecret")
raw := `eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJBMTI4R0NNIn0..jg45D9nmr6-8awml.z-zglLlEw9MVkYHi-Znd9bSwc-oRGbqKzf9WjXqZxno.kqji2DiZHZmh-1bLF6ARPw`
tok, err := jwt.ParseEncrypted(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

out := jwt.Claims{}
if err := tok.Claims(key, &out); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Printf("iss: %s, sub: %s\n", out.Issuer, out.Subject)

Output:

iss: issuer, sub: subject

func ParseSigned Uses

func ParseSigned(s string) (*JSONWebToken, error)

ParseSigned parses token from JWS form.

Code:

raw := `eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJpc3MiOiJpc3N1ZXIiLCJzdWIiOiJzdWJqZWN0In0.gpHyA1B1H6X4a4Edm9wo7D3X2v3aLSDBDG2_5BzXYe0`
tok, err := jwt.ParseSigned(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

out := jwt.Claims{}
if err := tok.Claims(sharedKey, &out); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Printf("iss: %s, sub: %s\n", out.Issuer, out.Subject)

Output:

iss: issuer, sub: subject

func (*JSONWebToken) Claims Uses

func (t *JSONWebToken) Claims(key interface{}, dest ...interface{}) error

Claims deserializes a JSONWebToken into dest using the provided key.

Code:

raw := `eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJpc3MiOiJpc3N1ZXIiLCJzdWIiOiJzdWJqZWN0In0.gpHyA1B1H6X4a4Edm9wo7D3X2v3aLSDBDG2_5BzXYe0`
tok, err := jwt.ParseSigned(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

out := make(map[string]interface{})
if err := tok.Claims(sharedKey, &out); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Printf("iss: %s, sub: %s\n", out["iss"], out["sub"])

Output:

iss: issuer, sub: subject

Code:

raw := `eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJTY29wZXMiOlsiZm9vIiwiYmFyIl0sImlzcyI6Imlzc3VlciIsInN1YiI6InN1YmplY3QifQ.esKOIsmwkudr_gnfnB4SngxIr-7pspd5XzG3PImfQ6Y`
tok, err := jwt.ParseSigned(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

out := jwt.Claims{}
out2 := struct {
    Scopes []string
}{}
if err := tok.Claims(sharedKey, &out, &out2); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Printf("iss: %s, sub: %s, scopes: %s\n", out.Issuer, out.Subject, strings.Join(out2.Scopes, ","))

Output:

iss: issuer, sub: subject, scopes: foo,bar

func (*JSONWebToken) UnsafeClaimsWithoutVerification Uses

func (t *JSONWebToken) UnsafeClaimsWithoutVerification(dest ...interface{}) error

UnsafeClaimsWithoutVerification deserializes the claims of a JSONWebToken into the dests. For signed JWTs, the claims are not verified. This function won't work for encrypted JWTs.

type NestedBuilder Uses

type NestedBuilder interface {
    // Claims encodes claims into JWE/JWS form. Multiple calls will merge claims
    // into single JSON object. If you are passing private claims, make sure to set
    // struct field tags to specify the name for the JSON key to be used when
    // serializing.
    Claims(i interface{}) NestedBuilder
    // Token builds a NestedJSONWebToken from provided data.
    Token() (*NestedJSONWebToken, error)
    // FullSerialize serializes a token using the full serialization format.
    FullSerialize() (string, error)
    // CompactSerialize serializes a token using the compact serialization format.
    CompactSerialize() (string, error)
}

NestedBuilder is a utility for making Signed-Then-Encrypted JSON Web Tokens. Calls can be chained, and errors are accumulated until final call to CompactSerialize/FullSerialize.

func SignedAndEncrypted Uses

func SignedAndEncrypted(sig jose.Signer, enc jose.Encrypter) NestedBuilder

SignedAndEncrypted creates builder for signed-then-encrypted tokens. ErrInvalidContentType will be returned if encrypter doesn't have JWT content type.

Code:

enc, err := jose.NewEncrypter(
    jose.A128GCM,
    jose.Recipient{
        Algorithm: jose.DIRECT,
        Key:       sharedEncryptionKey,
    },
    (&jose.EncrypterOptions{}).WithType("JWT").WithContentType("JWT"))
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

cl := jwt.Claims{
    Subject: "subject",
    Issuer:  "issuer",
}
raw, err := jwt.SignedAndEncrypted(rsaSigner, enc).Claims(cl).CompactSerialize()
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println(raw)

type NestedJSONWebToken Uses

type NestedJSONWebToken struct {
    Headers []jose.Header
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func ParseSignedAndEncrypted Uses

func ParseSignedAndEncrypted(s string) (*NestedJSONWebToken, error)

ParseSignedAndEncrypted parses signed-then-encrypted token from JWE form.

Code:

raw := `eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJBMTI4R0NNIiwiY3R5IjoiSldUIn0..-keV-9YpsxotBEHw.yC9SHWgnkjykgJqXZGlzYC5Wg_EdWKO5TgfqeqsWWJYw7fX9zXQE3NtXmA3nAiUrYOr3H2s0AgTeAhTNbELLEHQu0blfRaPa_uKOAgFgmhJwbGe2iFLn9J0U72wk56318nI-pTLCV8FijoGpXvAxQlaKrPLKkl9yDQimPhb7UiDwLWYkJeoayciAXhR5f40E8ORGjCz8oawXRvjDaSjgRElUwy4kMGzvJy_difemEh4lfMSIwUNVEqJkEYaalRttSymMYuV6NvBVU0N0Jb6omdM4tW961OySB4KPWCWH9UJUX0XSEcqbW9WLxpg3ftx5R7xNiCnaVaCx_gJZfXJ9yFLqztIrKh2N05zHM0tddSOwCOnq7_1rJtaVz0nTXjSjf1RrVaxJya59p3K-e41QutiGFiJGzXG-L2OyLETIaVSU3ptvaCz4IxCF3GzeCvOgaICvXkpBY1-bv-fk1ilyjmcTDnLp2KivWIxcnoQmpN9xj06ZjagdG09AHUhS5WixADAg8mIdGcanNblALecnCWG-otjM9Kw.RZoaHtSgnzOin2od3D9tnA`
tok, err := jwt.ParseSignedAndEncrypted(raw)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

nested, err := tok.Decrypt(sharedEncryptionKey)
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

out := jwt.Claims{}
if err := nested.Claims(&rsaPrivKey.PublicKey, &out); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Printf("iss: %s, sub: %s\n", out.Issuer, out.Subject)

Output:

iss: issuer, sub: subject

func (*NestedJSONWebToken) Decrypt Uses

func (t *NestedJSONWebToken) Decrypt(decryptionKey interface{}) (*JSONWebToken, error)

type NumericDate Uses

type NumericDate int64

NumericDate represents date and time as the number of seconds since the epoch, including leap seconds. Non-integer values can be represented in the serialized format, but we round to the nearest second.

func NewNumericDate Uses

func NewNumericDate(t time.Time) *NumericDate

NewNumericDate constructs NumericDate from time.Time value.

func (NumericDate) MarshalJSON Uses

func (n NumericDate) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

MarshalJSON serializes the given NumericDate into its JSON representation.

func (*NumericDate) Time Uses

func (n *NumericDate) Time() time.Time

Time returns time.Time representation of NumericDate.

func (*NumericDate) UnmarshalJSON Uses

func (n *NumericDate) UnmarshalJSON(b []byte) error

UnmarshalJSON reads a date from its JSON representation.

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