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=====
CAS Server
=====
==========
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CAS Server is a Django app implementing the `CAS Protocol 3.0 Specification
<https://jasig.github.io/cas/development/protocol/CAS-Protocol-Specification.html>`_.
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The defaut login/logout template use `django-bootstrap3 <https://github.com/dyve/django-bootstrap3>`_
but you can use your own templates using the CAS_LOGIN_TEMPLATE,
CAS_LOGGED_TEMPLATE, CAS_WARN_TEMPLATE and CAS_LOGOUT_TEMPLATEsetting variables.
CAS_LOGGED_TEMPLATE, CAS_WARN_TEMPLATE and CAS_LOGOUT_TEMPLATE setting variables.
Quick start
-----------
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(you'll need the Admin app enabled).
5. Visit http://127.0.0.1:8000/cas/ to login with your django users.
Settings
--------
All settings are optional. Add them to ``settings.py`` to customize ``django-cas-server``:
Template settings:
* ``CAS_LOGIN_TEMPLATE``: Path to the template showed on ``/login`` then the user
is not autenticated. The default is ``"cas_server/login.html"``.
* ``CAS_WARN_TEMPLATE``: Path to the template showed on ``/login?service=…`` then
the user is authenticated and has asked to be warned before beeing connected
to a service. The default is ``"cas_server/warn.html"``.
* ``CAS_LOGGED_TEMPLATE``: Path to the template showed on ``/login`` then to user is
authenticated. The default is ``"cas_server/logged.html"``.
* ``CAS_LOGOUT_TEMPLATE``: Path to the template showed on ``/logout`` then to user
is being disconnected. The default is ``"cas_server/logout.html"``
* ``CAS_REDIRECT_TO_LOGIN_AFTER_LOGOUT``: Should we redirect users to `/login` after they
logged out instead of displaying ``CAS_LOGOUT_TEMPLATE``. The default is ``False``.
Authentication settings:
* ``CAS_AUTH_CLASS``: A dotted paths to a class implementing ``cas_server.auth.AuthUser``.
The default is ``"cas_server.auth.DjangoAuthUser"``
* ``CAS_PROXY_CA_CERTIFICATE_PATH``: Path to certificates authority file. Usually on linux
the local CAs are in ``/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt``. The default is ``True`` which
tell requests to use its internal certificat authorities. Settings it to ``False`` should
disable all x509 certificates validation and MUST not be done in production.
x509 certificate validation is perform upon PGT issuance.
* ``CAS_SLO_MAX_PARALLEL_REQUESTS``: Maximum number of parallel single log out requests send.
If more requests need to be send, there are queued. The default is ``10``.
Tickets validity settings:
* ``CAS_TICKET_VALIDITY``: Number of seconds the service tickets and proxy tickets are valid.
This is the maximal time between ticket issuance by the CAS and ticket validation by an
application. The default is ``60``.
* ``CAS_PGT_VALIDITY``: Number of seconds the proxy granting tickets are valid.
The default is ``3600`` (1 hour).
* ``CAS_TICKET_TIMEOUT``: Number of seconds a ticket is kept is the database before sending
Single Log Out request and being cleared. The default is ``86400`` (24 hours).
Tickets miscellaneous settings:
* ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``: Default ticket length. All CAS implementation MUST support ST and PT
up to 32 chars, PGT and PGTIOU up to 64 chars and it is RECOMMENDED that all tickets up
to 256 chars are supports. Here the default is ``64``.
* ``CAS_LT_LEN``: Length of the login tickets. Login tickets are only processed by ``django-cas-server``
thus there is no length restriction on it. The default is ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``.
* ``CAS_ST_LEN``: Length of the service tickets. The default is ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``.
You may need to lower is to ``32`` if you use some old clients.
* ``CAS_PT_LEN``: Length of the proxy tickets. The default is ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``.
This length should be the same as ``CAS_ST_LEN``. You may need to lower is to ``32``
if you use some old clients.
* ``CAS_PGT_LEN``: Length of the proxy granting tickets. The default is ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``.
* ``CAS_PGTIOU_LEN``: Length of the proxy granting tickets IOU. The default is ``CAS_TICKET_LEN``.
* ``CAS_LOGIN_TICKET_PREFIX``: Prefix of login tickets. The default is ``"LT"``.
* ``CAS_SERVICE_TICKET_PREFIX``: Prefix of service tickets. The default is ``"ST"``.
The CAS specification mandate that service tickets MUST begin with the characters ST
so you should not change this.
* ``CAS_PROXY_TICKET_PREFIX``: Prefix of proxy ticket. The default is ``"ST"``.
* ``CAS_PROXY_GRANTING_TICKET_PREFIX``: Prefix of proxy granting ticket. The default is ``"PGT"``.
* ``CAS_PROXY_GRANTING_TICKET_IOU_PREFIX``: Prefix of proxy granting ticket IOU. The default is ``"PGTIOU"``.
Mysql backend settings. Only usefull is you use the mysql authentication backend:
* ``CAS_SQL_HOST``: Host for the SQL server. The default is ``"localhost"``.
* ``CAS_SQL_USERNAME``: Username for connecting to the SQL server.
* ``CAS_SQL_PASSWORD``: Password for connecting to the SQL server.
* ``CAS_SQL_DBNAME``: Database name.
* ``CAS_SQL_DBCHARSET``: Database charset. The default is ``"utf8"``
* ``CAS_SQL_USER_QUERY``: The query performed upon user authentication.
The username must be in field ``username``, the password in ``password``,
additional fields are used as the user attributs.
The default is ``"SELECT user AS usersame, pass AS password, users.* FROM users WHERE user = %s"``
* ``CAS_SQL_PASSWORD_CHECK``: The method used to check the user password. Must be
``"crypt"`` or ``"plain``". The default is ``"crypt"``.
Authentication backend
----------------------
``django-cas-server`` comes with some authentication backends:
* dummy backend ``cas_server.auth.DummyAuthUser``: all authentication attempt fails.
* test backend ``cas_server.auth.TestAuthUser``: username is ``test`` and password is ``test``
the returned attributs for the user are: ``{'nom': 'Nymous', 'prenom': 'Ano', 'email': 'anonymous@example.net'}``
* django backend ``cas_server.auth.DjangoAuthUser``: Users are anthenticated agains django users system.
This is the default backend. The returned attributs are the fields available on the user model.
* mysql backend ``cas_server.auth.MysqlAuthUser``: see the 'Mysql backend settings' section.
The returned attributs are those return by sql query ``CAS_SQL_USER_QUERY``.
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# (c) 2015 Valentin Samir
"""Some authentication classes for the CAS"""
from django.conf import settings
from django.contrib.auth.models import User
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model
try:
import MySQLdb
import MySQLdb.cursors
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MySQLdb = None
class DummyAuthUser(object):
class AuthUser(object):
def __init__(self, username):
self.username = username
def test_password(self, password):
"""test `password` agains the user"""
raise NotImplemented()
def attributs(self):
"""return a dict of user attributes"""
raise NotImplemented()
class DummyAuthUser(AuthUser):
"""A Dummy authentication class"""
def __init__(self, username):
self.username = username
super(DummyAuthUser, self).__init__(username)
def test_password(self, password):
"""test `password` agains the user"""
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return {}
class TestAuthUser(DummyAuthUser):
class TestAuthUser(AuthUser):
"""A test authentication class with one user test having
alose test as password and some attributes"""
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return {'nom': 'Nymous', 'prenom': 'Ano', 'email': 'anonymous@example.net'}
class MysqlAuthUser(DummyAuthUser):
class MysqlAuthUser(AuthUser):
"""A mysql auth class: authentication user agains a mysql database"""
user = None
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return self.user
class DjangoAuthUser(DummyAuthUser):
class DjangoAuthUser(AuthUser):
"""A django auth class: authenticate user agains django internal users"""
user = None
def __init__(self, username):
User = get_user_model()
try:
self.user = User.objects.get(username=username)
except User.DoesNotExist:
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