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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <string>
#include <utility>
#include "base/strings/string_split.h"
#include "net/cookies/cookie_util.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
namespace net {
namespace {
struct RequestCookieParsingTest {
std::string str;
base::StringPairs parsed;
};
cookie_util::ParsedRequestCookies MakeParsedRequestCookies(
const base::StringPairs& data) {
cookie_util::ParsedRequestCookies parsed;
for (size_t i = 0; i < data.size(); i++) {
parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(base::StringPiece(data[i].first),
base::StringPiece(data[i].second)));
}
return parsed;
}
void CheckParse(const std::string& str,
const base::StringPairs& parsed_expected) {
cookie_util::ParsedRequestCookies parsed;
cookie_util::ParseRequestCookieLine(str, &parsed);
EXPECT_EQ(MakeParsedRequestCookies(parsed_expected), parsed);
}
void CheckSerialize(const base::StringPairs& parsed,
const std::string& str_expected) {
cookie_util::ParsedRequestCookies prc = MakeParsedRequestCookies(parsed);
EXPECT_EQ(str_expected, cookie_util::SerializeRequestCookieLine(prc));
}
TEST(CookieUtilTest, TestDomainIsHostOnly) {
const struct {
const char* str;
const bool is_host_only;
} tests[] = {
{ "", true },
{ "www.google.com", true },
{ ".google.com", false }
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(tests); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(tests[i].is_host_only,
cookie_util::DomainIsHostOnly(tests[i].str));
}
}
TEST(CookieUtilTest, TestCookieDateParsing) {
const struct {
const char* str;
const bool valid;
const time_t epoch;
} tests[] = {
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT", true, 1492290082},
{"Thu, 19-Apr-2007 16:00:00 GMT", true, 1176998400},
{"Wed, 25 Apr 2007 21:02:13 GMT", true, 1177534933},
{"Thu, 19/Apr\\2007 16:00:00 GMT", true, 1176998400},
{"Fri, 1 Jan 2010 01:01:50 GMT", true, 1262307710},
{"Wednesday, 1-Jan-2003 00:00:00 GMT", true, 1041379200},
{", 1-Jan-2003 00:00:00 GMT", true, 1041379200},
{" 1-Jan-2003 00:00:00 GMT", true, 1041379200},
{"1-Jan-2003 00:00:00 GMT", true, 1041379200},
{"Wed,18-Apr-07 22:50:12 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"WillyWonka , 18-Apr-07 22:50:12 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"WillyWonka , 18-Apr-07 22:50:12", true, 1176936612},
{"WillyWonka , 18-apr-07 22:50:12", true, 1176936612},
{"Mon, 18-Apr-1977 22:50:13 GMT", true, 230251813},
{"Mon, 18-Apr-77 22:50:13 GMT", true, 230251813},
// If the cookie came in with the expiration quoted (which in terms of
// the RFC you shouldn't do), we will get string quoted. Bug 1261605.
{"\"Sat, 15-Apr-17\\\"21:01:22\\\"GMT\"", true, 1492290082},
// Test with full month names and partial names.
{"Partyday, 18- April-07 22:50:12", true, 1176936612},
{"Partyday, 18 - Apri-07 22:50:12", true, 1176936612},
{"Wednes, 1-Januar-2003 00:00:00 GMT", true, 1041379200},
// Test that we always take GMT even with other time zones or bogus
// values. The RFC says everything should be GMT, and in the worst case
// we are 24 hours off because of zone issues.
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT-2", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT BLAH", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT-0400", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT-0400 (EDT)", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 DST", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 -0400", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 (hello there)", true, 1492290082},
// Test that if we encounter multiple : fields, that we take the first
// that correctly parses.
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 11:22:33", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 ::00 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 boink:z 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
// We take the first, which in this case is invalid.
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 91:22:33 21:01:22", false, 0},
// amazon.com formats their cookie expiration like this.
{"Thu Apr 18 22:50:12 2007 GMT", true, 1176936612},
// Test that hh:mm:ss can occur anywhere.
{"22:50:12 Thu Apr 18 2007 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"Thu 22:50:12 Apr 18 2007 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"Thu Apr 22:50:12 18 2007 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"Thu Apr 18 22:50:12 2007 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"Thu Apr 18 2007 22:50:12 GMT", true, 1176936612},
{"Thu Apr 18 2007 GMT 22:50:12", true, 1176936612},
// Test that the day and year can be anywhere if they are unambigious.
{"Sat, 15-Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT", true, 1492290082},
{"15-Sat, Apr-17 21:01:22 GMT", true, 1492290082},
{"15-Sat, Apr 21:01:22 GMT 17", true, 1492290082},
{"15-Sat, Apr 21:01:22 GMT 2017", true, 1492290082},
{"15 Apr 21:01:22 2017", true, 1492290082},
{"15 17 Apr 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
{"Apr 15 17 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
{"Apr 15 21:01:22 17", true, 1492290082},
{"2017 April 15 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
{"15 April 2017 21:01:22", true, 1492290082},
// Some invalid dates
{"98 April 17 21:01:22", false, 0},
{"Thu, 012-Aug-2008 20:49:07 GMT", false, 0},
{"Thu, 12-Aug-9999999999 20:49:07 GMT", false, 0},
{"Thu, 999999999999-Aug-2007 20:49:07 GMT", false, 0},
{"Thu, 12-Aug-2007 20:61:99999999999 GMT", false, 0},
{"IAintNoDateFool", false, 0},
{"1600 April 33 21:01:22", false, 0},
{"1970 April 33 21:01:22", false, 0},
{"Thu, 33-Aug-31841 20:49:07 GMT", false, 0},
};
base::Time parsed_time;
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(tests); ++i) {
parsed_time = cookie_util::ParseCookieExpirationTime(tests[i].str);
if (!tests[i].valid) {
EXPECT_TRUE(parsed_time.is_null()) << tests[i].str;
continue;
}
EXPECT_TRUE(!parsed_time.is_null()) << tests[i].str;
EXPECT_EQ(tests[i].epoch, parsed_time.ToTimeT()) << tests[i].str;
}
}
// Tests parsing dates that are beyond 2038. 32-bit (non-Mac) POSIX systems are
// incapable of doing this, however the expectation is for cookie parsing to
// succeed anyway (and return the minimum value Time::FromUTCExploded() can
// parse on the current platform). Also checks a date outside the limit on
// Windows, which is year 30827.
TEST(CookieUtilTest, ParseCookieExpirationTimeBeyond2038) {
const char* kTests[] = {
"Thu, 12-Aug-31841 20:49:07 GMT", "2039 April 15 21:01:22",
"2039 April 15 21:01:22", "2038 April 15 21:01:22",
};
for (auto* test : kTests) {
base::Time parsed_time = cookie_util::ParseCookieExpirationTime(test);
EXPECT_FALSE(parsed_time.is_null());
// It should either have an exact value, or be base::Time::Max(). For
// simplicity just check that it is greater than an arbitray date.
base::Time almost_jan_2038 =
base::Time::UnixEpoch() + base::TimeDelta::FromDays(365 * 68);
EXPECT_LT(almost_jan_2038, parsed_time);
}
}
// Tests parsing dates that are prior to (or around) 1970. Non-Mac POSIX systems
// are incapable of doing this, however the expectation is for cookie parsing to
// succeed anyway (and return a minimal base::Time).
TEST(CookieUtilTest, ParseCookieExpirationTimeBefore1970) {
const char* kTests[] = {
// The unix epoch.
"1970 Jan 1 00:00:00",
// The windows epoch.
"1601 Jan 1 00:00:00",
// Other dates.
"1969 March 3 21:01:22", "1600 April 15 21:01:22",
};
for (auto* test : kTests) {
base::Time parsed_time = cookie_util::ParseCookieExpirationTime(test);
EXPECT_FALSE(parsed_time.is_null());
// It should either have an exact value, or should be base::Time(1)
// For simplicity just check that it is less than the unix epoch.
EXPECT_LE(parsed_time, base::Time::UnixEpoch());
}
}
TEST(CookieUtilTest, TestRequestCookieParsing) {
std::vector<RequestCookieParsingTest> tests;
// Simple case.
tests.push_back(RequestCookieParsingTest());
tests.back().str = "key=value";
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key"),
std::string("value")));
// Multiple key/value pairs.
tests.push_back(RequestCookieParsingTest());
tests.back().str = "key1=value1; key2=value2";
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key1"),
std::string("value1")));
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key2"),
std::string("value2")));
// Empty value.
tests.push_back(RequestCookieParsingTest());
tests.back().str = "key=; otherkey=1234";
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key"),
std::string()));
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("otherkey"),
std::string("1234")));
// Special characters (including equals signs) in value.
tests.push_back(RequestCookieParsingTest());
tests.back().str = "key=; a2=s=(./&t=:&u=a#$; a3=+~";
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key"),
std::string()));
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("a2"),
std::string("s=(./&t=:&u=a#$")));
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("a3"),
std::string("+~")));
// Quoted value.
tests.push_back(RequestCookieParsingTest());
tests.back().str = "key=\"abcdef\"; otherkey=1234";
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("key"),
std::string("\"abcdef\"")));
tests.back().parsed.push_back(std::make_pair(std::string("otherkey"),
std::string("1234")));
for (size_t i = 0; i < tests.size(); i++) {
SCOPED_TRACE(testing::Message() << "Test " << i);
CheckParse(tests[i].str, tests[i].parsed);
CheckSerialize(tests[i].parsed, tests[i].str);
}
}
TEST(CookieUtilTest, TestGetEffectiveDomain) {
// Note: registry_controlled_domains::GetDomainAndRegistry is tested in its
// own unittests.
EXPECT_EQ("example.com",
cookie_util::GetEffectiveDomain("http", "www.example.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("example.com",
cookie_util::GetEffectiveDomain("https", "www.example.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("example.com",
cookie_util::GetEffectiveDomain("ws", "www.example.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("example.com",
cookie_util::GetEffectiveDomain("wss", "www.example.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("www.example.com",
cookie_util::GetEffectiveDomain("ftp", "www.example.com"));
}
} // namespace
} // namespace net