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From "Chance BJ (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (CXF-5056) EndorsingSupportingTokens with both transport security and message layer security applied
Date Wed, 05 Jun 2013 16:02:20 GMT
Chance BJ created CXF-5056:
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             Summary: EndorsingSupportingTokens with both transport security and message layer
security applied
                 Key: CXF-5056
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-5056
             Project: CXF
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: WS-* Components
    Affects Versions: 2.6.2
            Reporter: Chance BJ


According to WS-SecurityPolicy, EndorsingSupportingTokens signs timestamp if using transport
security, and sign main message signature if using message layer security. 

In CXF WS-Security,   if TLS is used (regardless of Transport policy applied or not), it always
requires timestamp be signed, without checking if message layer security is configured and
main message signature is endorsed.

AbstractSupportingTokenPolicyValidator.java

    /**
     * Check the endorsing supporting token policy. If we're using the Transport Binding then
     * check that the Timestamp is signed. Otherwise, check that the signature is signed.
     * 
     * @return true if the endorsed supporting token policy is correct
     */
    private boolean checkEndorsed(List<WSSecurityEngineResult> tokenResults) {
        if (isTLSInUse()) {
            return checkTimestampIsSigned(tokenResults);
        }
        return checkSignatureIsSigned(tokenResults);
    }


Say  we have a ws-security policy which requires main message signature be endorsed, timestamp
itself is not signed by endorsing token, and transport policy is not applied/attached.
If we run the test case over plain HTTP, the test case passes.
If we run the test case over HTTPS, the test case fails.

This raises following questions:
1. If you have both transport security and message layer security, which one to check? or
which one first? or both?
2. When enforcing EndorsingSupportingToken, does "Transport security" in EndorsingSupportingToken
means "Transport Policy Applied" or  "SSL applied regardless of  Transport policy applied".

I just want to bring this up for discussion first. If we have a conclusion on how it should
work, I will submit a patch.

Thanks


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