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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 "net/http/transport_security_state.h"
#include <memory>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include "base/base64.h"
#include "base/build_time.h"
#include "base/containers/span.h"
#include "base/json/json_writer.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/metrics/field_trial.h"
#include "base/metrics/field_trial_params.h"
#include "base/metrics/histogram_functions.h"
#include "base/metrics/histogram_macros.h"
#include "base/stl_util.h"
#include "base/strings/string_number_conversions.h"
#include "base/strings/string_util.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/time/time.h"
#include "base/time/time_to_iso8601.h"
#include "base/values.h"
#include "build/build_config.h"
#include "crypto/sha2.h"
#include "net/base/hash_value.h"
#include "net/base/host_port_pair.h"
#include "net/cert/ct_policy_status.h"
#include "net/cert/symantec_certs.h"
#include "net/cert/x509_cert_types.h"
#include "net/cert/x509_certificate.h"
#include "net/dns/dns_util.h"
#include "net/extras/preload_data/decoder.h"
#include "net/http/http_security_headers.h"
#include "net/net_buildflags.h"
#include "net/ssl/ssl_info.h"
namespace net {
namespace {
#include "net/http/transport_security_state_ct_policies.inc"
#if BUILDFLAG(INCLUDE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY_STATE_PRELOAD_LIST)
#include "net/http/transport_security_state_static.h" // nogncheck
// Points to the active transport security state source.
const TransportSecurityStateSource* const kDefaultHSTSSource = &kHSTSSource;
#else
const TransportSecurityStateSource* const kDefaultHSTSSource = nullptr;
#endif
const TransportSecurityStateSource* g_hsts_source = kDefaultHSTSSource;
// Parameters for remembering sent HPKP and Expect-CT reports.
const size_t kMaxReportCacheEntries = 50;
const int kTimeToRememberReportsMins = 60;
const size_t kReportCacheKeyLength = 16;
// Override for CheckCTRequirements() for unit tests. Possible values:
// -1: Unless a delegate says otherwise, do not require CT.
// 0: Use the default implementation (e.g. production)
// 1: Unless a delegate says otherwise, require CT.
int g_ct_required_for_testing = 0;
// Controls whether or not Certificate Transparency should be enforced for
// newly-issued certificates.
const base::Feature kEnforceCTForNewCerts{"EnforceCTForNewCerts",
base::FEATURE_DISABLED_BY_DEFAULT};
// The date (as the number of seconds since the Unix Epoch) to enforce CT for
// new certificates.
constexpr base::FeatureParam<int> kEnforceCTForNewCertsDate{
&kEnforceCTForNewCerts, "date", 0};
bool IsDynamicExpectCTEnabled() {
return base::FeatureList::IsEnabled(
TransportSecurityState::kDynamicExpectCTFeature);
}
void RecordUMAForHPKPReportFailure(const GURL& report_uri,
int net_error,
int http_response_code) {
base::UmaHistogramSparse("Net.PublicKeyPinReportSendingFailure2", -net_error);
}
std::unique_ptr<base::ListValue> GetPEMEncodedChainAsList(
const net::X509Certificate* cert_chain) {
if (!cert_chain)
return std::make_unique<base::ListValue>();
std::unique_ptr<base::ListValue> result(new base::ListValue());
std::vector<std::string> pem_encoded_chain;
cert_chain->GetPEMEncodedChain(&pem_encoded_chain);
for (const std::string& cert : pem_encoded_chain)
result->Append(std::make_unique<base::Value>(cert));
return result;
}
bool HashReportForCache(const base::DictionaryValue& report,
const GURL& report_uri,
std::string* cache_key) {
char hashed[crypto::kSHA256Length];
std::string to_hash;
if (!base::JSONWriter::Write(report, &to_hash))
return false;
to_hash += "," + report_uri.spec();
crypto::SHA256HashString(to_hash, hashed, sizeof(hashed));
static_assert(kReportCacheKeyLength <= sizeof(hashed),
"HPKP report cache key size is larger than hash size.");
*cache_key = std::string(hashed, kReportCacheKeyLength);
return true;
}
bool GetHPKPReport(const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
const TransportSecurityState::PKPState& pkp_state,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
std::string* serialized_report,
std::string* cache_key) {
if (pkp_state.report_uri.is_empty())
return false;
base::DictionaryValue report;
base::Time now = base::Time::Now();
report.SetString("hostname", host_port_pair.host());
report.SetInteger("port", host_port_pair.port());
report.SetBoolean("include-subdomains", pkp_state.include_subdomains);
report.SetString("noted-hostname", pkp_state.domain);
std::unique_ptr<base::ListValue> served_certificate_chain_list =
GetPEMEncodedChainAsList(served_certificate_chain);
std::unique_ptr<base::ListValue> validated_certificate_chain_list =
GetPEMEncodedChainAsList(validated_certificate_chain);
report.Set("served-certificate-chain",
std::move(served_certificate_chain_list));
report.Set("validated-certificate-chain",
std::move(validated_certificate_chain_list));
std::unique_ptr<base::ListValue> known_pin_list(new base::ListValue());
for (const auto& hash_value : pkp_state.spki_hashes) {
std::string known_pin;
switch (hash_value.tag()) {
case HASH_VALUE_SHA256:
known_pin += "pin-sha256=";
break;
default:
// Don't bother reporting about hash types we don't support. SHA-256 is
// the only standardized hash function for HPKP anyway.
continue;
}
std::string base64_value;
base::Base64Encode(
base::StringPiece(reinterpret_cast<const char*>(hash_value.data()),
hash_value.size()),
&base64_value);
known_pin += "\"" + base64_value + "\"";
known_pin_list->Append(
std::unique_ptr<base::Value>(new base::Value(known_pin)));
}
report.Set("known-pins", std::move(known_pin_list));
// For the sent reports cache, do not include the effective expiration
// date. The expiration date will likely change every time the user
// visits the site, so it would prevent reports from being effectively
// deduplicated.
if (!HashReportForCache(report, pkp_state.report_uri, cache_key)) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Failed to compute cache key for HPKP violation report.";
return false;
}
report.SetString("date-time", base::TimeToISO8601(now));
report.SetString("effective-expiration-date",
base::TimeToISO8601(pkp_state.expiry));
if (!base::JSONWriter::Write(report, serialized_report)) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Failed to serialize HPKP violation report.";
return false;
}
return true;
}
// Do not send a report over HTTPS to the same host that set the
// pin. Such report URIs will result in loops. (A.com has a pinning
// violation which results in a report being sent to A.com, which
// results in a pinning violation which results in a report being sent
// to A.com, etc.)
bool IsReportUriValidForHost(const GURL& report_uri, const std::string& host) {
return (report_uri.host_piece() != host ||
!report_uri.SchemeIsCryptographic());
}
std::string HashesToBase64String(const HashValueVector& hashes) {
std::string str;
for (size_t i = 0; i != hashes.size(); ++i) {
if (i != 0)
str += ",";
str += hashes[i].ToString();
}
return str;
}
std::string HashHost(const std::string& canonicalized_host) {
char hashed[crypto::kSHA256Length];
crypto::SHA256HashString(canonicalized_host, hashed, sizeof(hashed));
return std::string(hashed, sizeof(hashed));
}
// Returns true if the intersection of |a| and |b| is not empty. If either
// |a| or |b| is empty, returns false.
bool HashesIntersect(const HashValueVector& a,
const HashValueVector& b) {
for (const auto& hash : a) {
if (base::ContainsValue(b, hash))
return true;
}
return false;
}
bool AddHash(const char* sha256_hash, HashValueVector* out) {
HashValue hash(HASH_VALUE_SHA256);
memcpy(hash.data(), sha256_hash, hash.size());
out->push_back(hash);
return true;
}
// Converts |hostname| from dotted form ("www.google.com") to the form
// used in DNS: "\x03www\x06google\x03com", lowercases that, and returns
// the result.
std::string CanonicalizeHost(const std::string& host) {
// We cannot perform the operations as detailed in the spec here as |host|
// has already undergone IDN processing before it reached us. Thus, we check
// that there are no invalid characters in the host and lowercase the result.
std::string new_host;
if (!DNSDomainFromDot(host, &new_host)) {
// DNSDomainFromDot can fail if any label is > 63 bytes or if the whole
// name is >255 bytes. However, search terms can have those properties.
return std::string();
}
for (size_t i = 0; new_host[i]; i += new_host[i] + 1) {
const unsigned label_length = static_cast<unsigned>(new_host[i]);
if (!label_length)
break;
for (size_t j = 0; j < label_length; ++j) {
new_host[i + 1 + j] = static_cast<char>(tolower(new_host[i + 1 + j]));
}
}
return new_host;
}
// PreloadResult is the result of resolving a specific name in the preloaded
// data.
struct PreloadResult {
uint32_t pinset_id = 0;
// hostname_offset contains the number of bytes from the start of the given
// hostname where the name of the matching entry starts.
size_t hostname_offset = 0;
bool sts_include_subdomains = false;
bool pkp_include_subdomains = false;
bool force_https = false;
bool has_pins = false;
bool expect_ct = false;
uint32_t expect_ct_report_uri_id = 0;
};
using net::extras::PreloadDecoder;
// Extracts the current PreloadResult entry from the given Huffman encoded trie.
// If an "end of string" matches a period in the hostname then the information
// is remembered because, if no more specific node is found, then that
// information applies to the hostname.
class HSTSPreloadDecoder : public net::extras::PreloadDecoder {
public:
using net::extras::PreloadDecoder::PreloadDecoder;
// net::extras::PreloadDecoder:
bool ReadEntry(net::extras::PreloadDecoder::BitReader* reader,
const std::string& search,
size_t current_search_offset,
bool* out_found) override {
bool is_simple_entry;
if (!reader->Next(&is_simple_entry)) {
return false;
}
PreloadResult tmp;
// Simple entries only configure HSTS with IncludeSubdomains and use a
// compact serialization format where the other policy flags are
// omitted. The omitted flags are assumed to be 0 and the associated
// policies are disabled.
if (is_simple_entry) {
tmp.force_https = true;
tmp.sts_include_subdomains = true;
} else {
if (!reader->Next(&tmp.sts_include_subdomains) ||
!reader->Next(&tmp.force_https) || !reader->Next(&tmp.has_pins)) {
return false;
}
tmp.pkp_include_subdomains = tmp.sts_include_subdomains;
if (tmp.has_pins) {
if (!reader->Read(4, &tmp.pinset_id) ||
(!tmp.sts_include_subdomains &&
!reader->Next(&tmp.pkp_include_subdomains))) {
return false;
}
}
if (!reader->Next(&tmp.expect_ct))
return false;
if (tmp.expect_ct) {
if (!reader->Read(4, &tmp.expect_ct_report_uri_id))
return false;
}
}
tmp.hostname_offset = current_search_offset;
if (current_search_offset == 0 ||
search[current_search_offset - 1] == '.') {
*out_found = tmp.sts_include_subdomains || tmp.pkp_include_subdomains;
result_ = tmp;
if (current_search_offset > 0) {
result_.force_https &= tmp.sts_include_subdomains;
} else {
*out_found = true;
return true;
}
}
return true;
}
PreloadResult result() const { return result_; }
private:
PreloadResult result_;
};
bool DecodeHSTSPreload(const std::string& search_hostname, PreloadResult* out) {
#if !BUILDFLAG(INCLUDE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY_STATE_PRELOAD_LIST)
if (g_hsts_source == nullptr)
return false;
#endif
bool found = false;
// Ensure that |search_hostname| is a valid hostname before
// processing.
if (CanonicalizeHost(search_hostname).empty()) {
return false;
}
// Normalize any trailing '.' used for DNS suffix searches.
std::string hostname = search_hostname;
size_t trailing_dot_found = hostname.find_last_not_of('.');
if (trailing_dot_found != std::string::npos) {
hostname.erase(trailing_dot_found + 1);
} else {
hostname.clear();
}
// |hostname| has already undergone IDN conversion, so should be
// entirely A-Labels. The preload data is entirely normalized to
// lower case.
hostname = base::ToLowerASCII(hostname);
if (hostname.empty()) {
return false;
}
HSTSPreloadDecoder decoder(
g_hsts_source->huffman_tree, g_hsts_source->huffman_tree_size,
g_hsts_source->preloaded_data, g_hsts_source->preloaded_bits,
g_hsts_source->root_position);
if (!decoder.Decode(hostname, &found)) {
DCHECK(false) << "Internal error in DecodeHSTSPreload for hostname "
<< hostname;
return false;
}
if (found)
*out = decoder.result();
return found;
}
} // namespace
// static
const base::Feature TransportSecurityState::kDynamicExpectCTFeature{
"DynamicExpectCT", base::FEATURE_ENABLED_BY_DEFAULT};
void SetTransportSecurityStateSourceForTesting(
const TransportSecurityStateSource* source) {
g_hsts_source = source ? source : kDefaultHSTSSource;
}
TransportSecurityState::TransportSecurityState()
: enable_static_pins_(true),
enable_static_expect_ct_(true),
enable_pkp_bypass_for_local_trust_anchors_(true),
sent_hpkp_reports_cache_(kMaxReportCacheEntries),
sent_expect_ct_reports_cache_(kMaxReportCacheEntries) {
// Static pinning is only enabled for official builds to make sure that
// others don't end up with pins that cannot be easily updated.
#if !defined(GOOGLE_CHROME_BUILD) || defined(OS_ANDROID) || defined(OS_IOS)
enable_static_pins_ = false;
enable_static_expect_ct_ = false;
#endif
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
}
// Both HSTS and HPKP cause fatal SSL errors, so return true if a
// host has either.
bool TransportSecurityState::ShouldSSLErrorsBeFatal(const std::string& host) {
STSState unused_sts;
PKPState unused_pkp;
return GetStaticDomainState(host, &unused_sts, &unused_pkp) ||
GetDynamicSTSState(host, &unused_sts) ||
GetDynamicPKPState(host, &unused_pkp);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::ShouldUpgradeToSSL(const std::string& host) {
STSState sts_state;
return GetSTSState(host, &sts_state) && sts_state.ShouldUpgradeToSSL();
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPStatus TransportSecurityState::CheckPublicKeyPins(
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
bool is_issued_by_known_root,
const HashValueVector& public_key_hashes,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
const PublicKeyPinReportStatus report_status,
std::string* pinning_failure_log) {
// Perform pin validation only if the server actually has public key pins.
if (!HasPublicKeyPins(host_port_pair.host())) {
return PKPStatus::OK;
}
PKPStatus pin_validity = CheckPublicKeyPinsImpl(
host_port_pair, is_issued_by_known_root, public_key_hashes,
served_certificate_chain, validated_certificate_chain, report_status,
pinning_failure_log);
// Don't track statistics when a local trust anchor would override the pinning
// anyway.
if (!is_issued_by_known_root)
return pin_validity;
UMA_HISTOGRAM_BOOLEAN("Net.PublicKeyPinSuccess",
pin_validity == PKPStatus::OK);
return pin_validity;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::HasPublicKeyPins(const std::string& host) {
PKPState pkp_state;
return GetPKPState(host, &pkp_state) && pkp_state.HasPublicKeyPins();
}
TransportSecurityState::CTRequirementsStatus
TransportSecurityState::CheckCTRequirements(
const net::HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
bool is_issued_by_known_root,
const HashValueVector& public_key_hashes,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const SignedCertificateTimestampAndStatusList&
signed_certificate_timestamps,
const ExpectCTReportStatus report_status,
ct::CTPolicyCompliance policy_compliance) {
using CTRequirementLevel = RequireCTDelegate::CTRequirementLevel;
std::string hostname = host_port_pair.host();
// CT is not required if the certificate does not chain to a publicly
// trusted root certificate. Testing can override this, as certain tests
// rely on using a non-publicly-trusted root.
if (!is_issued_by_known_root && g_ct_required_for_testing == 0)
return CT_NOT_REQUIRED;
// A connection is considered compliant if it has sufficient SCTs or if the
// build is outdated. Other statuses are not considered compliant; this
// includes COMPLIANCE_DETAILS_NOT_AVAILABLE because compliance must have been
// evaluated in order to determine that the connection is compliant.
bool complies =
(policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_COMPLIES_VIA_SCTS ||
policy_compliance == ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_BUILD_NOT_TIMELY);
// Check Expect-CT first so that other CT requirements do not prevent
// Expect-CT reports from being sent.
bool required_via_expect_ct = false;
ExpectCTState state;
if (IsDynamicExpectCTEnabled() && GetDynamicExpectCTState(hostname, &state)) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION(
"Net.ExpectCTHeader.PolicyComplianceOnConnectionSetup",
policy_compliance, ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_MAX);
if (!complies && expect_ct_reporter_ && !state.report_uri.is_empty() &&
report_status == ENABLE_EXPECT_CT_REPORTS) {
MaybeNotifyExpectCTFailed(host_port_pair, state.report_uri, state.expiry,
validated_certificate_chain,
served_certificate_chain,
signed_certificate_timestamps);
}
required_via_expect_ct = state.enforce;
}
CTRequirementLevel ct_required = CTRequirementLevel::DEFAULT;
if (require_ct_delegate_) {
// Allow the delegate to override the CT requirement state, including
// overriding any Expect-CT enforcement.
ct_required = require_ct_delegate_->IsCTRequiredForHost(
hostname, validated_certificate_chain, public_key_hashes);
}
switch (ct_required) {
case CTRequirementLevel::REQUIRED:
return complies ? CT_REQUIREMENTS_MET : CT_REQUIREMENTS_NOT_MET;
case CTRequirementLevel::NOT_REQUIRED:
return CT_NOT_REQUIRED;
case CTRequirementLevel::DEFAULT:
if (required_via_expect_ct) {
// If Expect-CT is set, short-circuit checking additional policies,
// since they will only enable CT requirement, not exclude from it.
return complies ? CT_REQUIREMENTS_MET : CT_REQUIREMENTS_NOT_MET;
}
break;
}
// Allow unittests to override the default result.
if (g_ct_required_for_testing)
return (g_ct_required_for_testing == 1
? (complies ? CT_REQUIREMENTS_MET : CT_REQUIREMENTS_NOT_MET)
: CT_NOT_REQUIRED);
// This is provided as a means for CAs to test their own issuance practices
// prior to Certificate Transparency becoming mandatory. A parameterized
// Feature/FieldTrial is provided, with a single parameter, "date", that
// allows a CA to simulate an enforcement date. The expected use case is
// that a CA will simulate a date of today/yesterday to see if their newly
// issued certificates comply.
if (base::FeatureList::IsEnabled(kEnforceCTForNewCerts)) {
base::Time enforcement_date =
base::Time::UnixEpoch() +
base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(kEnforceCTForNewCertsDate.Get());
if (enforcement_date > base::Time::UnixEpoch() &&
validated_certificate_chain->valid_start() > enforcement_date) {
return complies ? CT_REQUIREMENTS_MET : CT_REQUIREMENTS_NOT_MET;
}
}
const base::Time epoch = base::Time::UnixEpoch();
const CTRequiredPolicies& ct_required_policies = GetCTRequiredPolicies();
bool found = false;
for (const auto& restricted_ca : ct_required_policies) {
if (!restricted_ca.effective_date.is_zero() &&
(epoch + restricted_ca.effective_date >
validated_certificate_chain->valid_start())) {
// The candidate cert is not subject to the CT policy, because it
// was issued before the effective CT date.
continue;
}
if (!IsAnySHA256HashInSortedArray(
public_key_hashes,
base::make_span(restricted_ca.roots, restricted_ca.roots_length))) {
// No match for this set of restricted roots.
continue;
}
// Found a match, indicating this certificate is potentially
// restricted. Determine if any of the hashes are on the exclusion
// list as exempt from the CT requirement.
if (restricted_ca.exceptions &&
IsAnySHA256HashInSortedArray(
public_key_hashes,
base::make_span(restricted_ca.exceptions,
restricted_ca.exceptions_length))) {
// Found an excluded sub-CA; CT is not required.
continue;
}
// No exception found. This certificate must conform to the CT policy. The
// compliance state is treated as additive - it must comply with all
// stated policies.
found = true;
}
if (found)
return complies ? CT_REQUIREMENTS_MET : CT_REQUIREMENTS_NOT_MET;
return CT_NOT_REQUIRED;
}
void TransportSecurityState::SetDelegate(
TransportSecurityState::Delegate* delegate) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
delegate_ = delegate;
}
void TransportSecurityState::SetReportSender(
TransportSecurityState::ReportSenderInterface* report_sender) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
report_sender_ = report_sender;
}
void TransportSecurityState::SetExpectCTReporter(
ExpectCTReporter* expect_ct_reporter) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
expect_ct_reporter_ = expect_ct_reporter;
}
void TransportSecurityState::SetRequireCTDelegate(RequireCTDelegate* delegate) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
require_ct_delegate_ = delegate;
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddHSTSInternal(
const std::string& host,
TransportSecurityState::STSState::UpgradeMode upgrade_mode,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool include_subdomains) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
STSState sts_state;
sts_state.last_observed = base::Time::Now();
sts_state.include_subdomains = include_subdomains;
sts_state.expiry = expiry;
sts_state.upgrade_mode = upgrade_mode;
EnableSTSHost(host, sts_state);
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddHPKPInternal(const std::string& host,
const base::Time& last_observed,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool include_subdomains,
const HashValueVector& hashes,
const GURL& report_uri) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
PKPState pkp_state;
pkp_state.last_observed = last_observed;
pkp_state.expiry = expiry;
pkp_state.include_subdomains = include_subdomains;
pkp_state.spki_hashes = hashes;
pkp_state.report_uri = report_uri;
EnablePKPHost(host, pkp_state);
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddExpectCTInternal(
const std::string& host,
const base::Time& last_observed,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool enforce,
const GURL& report_uri) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
ExpectCTState expect_ct_state;
expect_ct_state.last_observed = last_observed;
expect_ct_state.expiry = expiry;
expect_ct_state.enforce = enforce;
expect_ct_state.report_uri = report_uri;
EnableExpectCTHost(host, expect_ct_state);
}
void TransportSecurityState::
SetEnablePublicKeyPinningBypassForLocalTrustAnchors(bool value) {
enable_pkp_bypass_for_local_trust_anchors_ = value;
}
void TransportSecurityState::EnableSTSHost(const std::string& host,
const STSState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return;
// Only store new state when HSTS is explicitly enabled. If it is
// disabled, remove the state from the enabled hosts.
if (state.ShouldUpgradeToSSL()) {
STSState sts_state(state);
// No need to store this value since it is redundant. (|canonicalized_host|
// is the map key.)
sts_state.domain.clear();
enabled_sts_hosts_[HashHost(canonicalized_host)] = sts_state;
} else {
const std::string hashed_host = HashHost(canonicalized_host);
enabled_sts_hosts_.erase(hashed_host);
}
DirtyNotify();
}
void TransportSecurityState::EnablePKPHost(const std::string& host,
const PKPState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return;
// Only store new state when HPKP is explicitly enabled. If it is
// disabled, remove the state from the enabled hosts.
if (state.HasPublicKeyPins()) {
PKPState pkp_state(state);
// No need to store this value since it is redundant. (|canonicalized_host|
// is the map key.)
pkp_state.domain.clear();
enabled_pkp_hosts_[HashHost(canonicalized_host)] = pkp_state;
} else {
const std::string hashed_host = HashHost(canonicalized_host);
enabled_pkp_hosts_.erase(hashed_host);
}
DirtyNotify();
}
void TransportSecurityState::EnableExpectCTHost(const std::string& host,
const ExpectCTState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
if (!IsDynamicExpectCTEnabled())
return;
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return;
// Only store new state when Expect-CT is explicitly enabled. If it is
// disabled, remove the state from the enabled hosts.
if (state.enforce || !state.report_uri.is_empty()) {
ExpectCTState expect_ct_state(state);
// No need to store this value since it is redundant. (|canonicalized_host|
// is the map key.)
expect_ct_state.domain.clear();
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_[HashHost(canonicalized_host)] = expect_ct_state;
} else {
const std::string hashed_host = HashHost(canonicalized_host);
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.erase(hashed_host);
}
DirtyNotify();
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPStatus
TransportSecurityState::CheckPinsAndMaybeSendReport(
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
bool is_issued_by_known_root,
const TransportSecurityState::PKPState& pkp_state,
const HashValueVector& hashes,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
const TransportSecurityState::PublicKeyPinReportStatus report_status,
std::string* failure_log) {
if (pkp_state.CheckPublicKeyPins(hashes, failure_log))
return PKPStatus::OK;
// Don't report violations for certificates that chain to local roots.
if (!is_issued_by_known_root && enable_pkp_bypass_for_local_trust_anchors_)
return PKPStatus::BYPASSED;
if (!report_sender_ ||
report_status != TransportSecurityState::ENABLE_PIN_REPORTS ||
pkp_state.report_uri.is_empty()) {
return PKPStatus::VIOLATED;
}
DCHECK(pkp_state.report_uri.is_valid());
// Report URIs should not be used if they are the same host as the pin
// and are HTTPS, to avoid going into a report-sending loop.
if (!IsReportUriValidForHost(pkp_state.report_uri, host_port_pair.host()))
return PKPStatus::VIOLATED;
std::string serialized_report;
std::string report_cache_key;
if (!GetHPKPReport(host_port_pair, pkp_state, served_certificate_chain,
validated_certificate_chain, &serialized_report,
&report_cache_key)) {
return PKPStatus::VIOLATED;
}
// Limit the rate at which duplicate reports are sent to the same
// report URI. The same report will not be sent within
// |kTimeToRememberReportsMins|, which reduces load on servers and
// also prevents accidental loops (a.com triggers a report to b.com
// which triggers a report to a.com). See section 2.1.4 of RFC 7469.
if (sent_hpkp_reports_cache_.Get(report_cache_key, base::TimeTicks::Now()))
return PKPStatus::VIOLATED;
sent_hpkp_reports_cache_.Put(
report_cache_key, true, base::TimeTicks::Now(),
base::TimeTicks::Now() +
base::TimeDelta::FromMinutes(kTimeToRememberReportsMins));
report_sender_->Send(pkp_state.report_uri, "application/json; charset=utf-8",
serialized_report, base::Callback<void()>(),
base::Bind(RecordUMAForHPKPReportFailure));
return PKPStatus::VIOLATED;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetStaticExpectCTState(
const std::string& host,
ExpectCTState* expect_ct_state) const {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
if (!IsBuildTimely())
return false;
PreloadResult result;
if (!DecodeHSTSPreload(host, &result))
return false;
if (!enable_static_expect_ct_ || !result.expect_ct)
return false;
expect_ct_state->domain = host.substr(result.hostname_offset);
expect_ct_state->report_uri = GURL(
g_hsts_source->expect_ct_report_uris[result.expect_ct_report_uri_id]);
return true;
}
void TransportSecurityState::MaybeNotifyExpectCTFailed(
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
const GURL& report_uri,
base::Time expiration,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const SignedCertificateTimestampAndStatusList&
signed_certificate_timestamps) {
// Do not send repeated reports to the same host/port pair within
// |kTimeToRememberReportsMins|. Theoretically, there could be scenarios in
// which the same host/port generates different reports and it would be useful
// to the server operator to receive those different reports, but such
// scenarios are not expected to arise very often in practice.
const std::string report_cache_key(host_port_pair.ToString());
if (sent_expect_ct_reports_cache_.Get(report_cache_key,
base::TimeTicks::Now())) {
return;
}
sent_expect_ct_reports_cache_.Put(
report_cache_key, true, base::TimeTicks::Now(),
base::TimeTicks::Now() +
base::TimeDelta::FromMinutes(kTimeToRememberReportsMins));
expect_ct_reporter_->OnExpectCTFailed(
host_port_pair, report_uri, expiration, validated_certificate_chain,
served_certificate_chain, signed_certificate_timestamps);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::DeleteDynamicDataForHost(const std::string& host) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return false;
const std::string hashed_host = HashHost(canonicalized_host);
bool deleted = false;
STSStateMap::iterator sts_interator = enabled_sts_hosts_.find(hashed_host);
if (sts_interator != enabled_sts_hosts_.end()) {
enabled_sts_hosts_.erase(sts_interator);
deleted = true;
}
PKPStateMap::iterator pkp_iterator = enabled_pkp_hosts_.find(hashed_host);
if (pkp_iterator != enabled_pkp_hosts_.end()) {
enabled_pkp_hosts_.erase(pkp_iterator);
deleted = true;
}
ExpectCTStateMap::iterator expect_ct_iterator =
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.find(hashed_host);
if (expect_ct_iterator != enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.end()) {
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.erase(expect_ct_iterator);
deleted = true;
}
if (deleted)
DirtyNotify();
return deleted;
}
void TransportSecurityState::ClearDynamicData() {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
enabled_sts_hosts_.clear();
enabled_pkp_hosts_.clear();
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.clear();
}
void TransportSecurityState::DeleteAllDynamicDataSince(const base::Time& time) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
bool dirtied = false;
STSStateMap::iterator sts_iterator = enabled_sts_hosts_.begin();
while (sts_iterator != enabled_sts_hosts_.end()) {
if (sts_iterator->second.last_observed >= time) {
dirtied = true;
enabled_sts_hosts_.erase(sts_iterator++);
continue;
}
++sts_iterator;
}
PKPStateMap::iterator pkp_iterator = enabled_pkp_hosts_.begin();
while (pkp_iterator != enabled_pkp_hosts_.end()) {
if (pkp_iterator->second.last_observed >= time) {
dirtied = true;
enabled_pkp_hosts_.erase(pkp_iterator++);
continue;
}
++pkp_iterator;
}
ExpectCTStateMap::iterator expect_ct_iterator =
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.begin();
while (expect_ct_iterator != enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.end()) {
if (expect_ct_iterator->second.last_observed >= time) {
dirtied = true;
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.erase(expect_ct_iterator++);
continue;
}
++expect_ct_iterator;
}
if (dirtied)
DirtyNotify();
}
TransportSecurityState::~TransportSecurityState() {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
}
void TransportSecurityState::DirtyNotify() {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
if (delegate_)
delegate_->StateIsDirty(this);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::AddHSTSHeader(const std::string& host,
const std::string& value) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
base::Time now = base::Time::Now();
base::TimeDelta max_age;
bool include_subdomains;
if (!ParseHSTSHeader(value, &max_age, &include_subdomains)) {
return false;
}
// Handle max-age == 0.
STSState::UpgradeMode upgrade_mode;
if (max_age.InSeconds() == 0) {
upgrade_mode = STSState::MODE_DEFAULT;
} else {
upgrade_mode = STSState::MODE_FORCE_HTTPS;
}
AddHSTSInternal(host, upgrade_mode, now + max_age, include_subdomains);
return true;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::AddHPKPHeader(const std::string& host,
const std::string& value,
const SSLInfo& ssl_info) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
base::Time now = base::Time::Now();
base::TimeDelta max_age;
bool include_subdomains;
HashValueVector spki_hashes;
GURL report_uri;
if (!ParseHPKPHeader(value, ssl_info.public_key_hashes, &max_age,
&include_subdomains, &spki_hashes, &report_uri)) {
return false;
}
// Handle max-age == 0.
if (max_age.InSeconds() == 0)
spki_hashes.clear();
AddHPKPInternal(host, now, now + max_age, include_subdomains, spki_hashes,
report_uri);
return true;
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddHSTS(const std::string& host,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool include_subdomains) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
AddHSTSInternal(host, STSState::MODE_FORCE_HTTPS, expiry, include_subdomains);
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddHPKP(const std::string& host,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool include_subdomains,
const HashValueVector& hashes,
const GURL& report_uri) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
AddHPKPInternal(host, base::Time::Now(), expiry, include_subdomains, hashes,
report_uri);
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddExpectCT(const std::string& host,
const base::Time& expiry,
bool enforce,
const GURL& report_uri) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
AddExpectCTInternal(host, base::Time::Now(), expiry, enforce, report_uri);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::ProcessHPKPReportOnlyHeader(
const std::string& value,
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
const SSLInfo& ssl_info) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
base::Time now = base::Time::Now();
bool include_subdomains;
HashValueVector spki_hashes;
GURL report_uri;
std::string unused_failure_log;
if (!ParseHPKPReportOnlyHeader(value, &include_subdomains, &spki_hashes,
&report_uri) ||
!report_uri.is_valid() || report_uri.is_empty()) {
return false;
}
PKPState pkp_state;
pkp_state.last_observed = now;
pkp_state.expiry = now;
pkp_state.include_subdomains = include_subdomains;
pkp_state.spki_hashes = spki_hashes;
pkp_state.report_uri = report_uri;
pkp_state.domain = DNSDomainToString(CanonicalizeHost(host_port_pair.host()));
CheckPinsAndMaybeSendReport(
host_port_pair, ssl_info.is_issued_by_known_root, pkp_state,
ssl_info.public_key_hashes, ssl_info.unverified_cert.get(),
ssl_info.cert.get(), ENABLE_PIN_REPORTS, &unused_failure_log);
return true;
}
void TransportSecurityState::ProcessExpectCTHeader(
const std::string& value,
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
const SSLInfo& ssl_info) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
// If a site sends `Expect-CT: preload` and appears on the preload list, they
// are in the experimental preload-list-only, report-only version of
// Expect-CT.
if (value == "preload") {
if (!expect_ct_reporter_)
return;
if (!ssl_info.is_issued_by_known_root)
return;
if (ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::
CT_POLICY_COMPLIANCE_DETAILS_NOT_AVAILABLE ||
ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_COMPLIES_VIA_SCTS ||
ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_BUILD_NOT_TIMELY) {
return;
}
ExpectCTState state;
if (GetStaticExpectCTState(host_port_pair.host(), &state)) {
MaybeNotifyExpectCTFailed(host_port_pair, state.report_uri, base::Time(),
ssl_info.cert.get(),
ssl_info.unverified_cert.get(),
ssl_info.signed_certificate_timestamps);
}
return;
}
// Otherwise, see if the site has sent a valid Expect-CT header to dynamically
// turn on reporting and/or enforcement.
if (!IsDynamicExpectCTEnabled())
return;
base::Time now = base::Time::Now();
base::TimeDelta max_age;
bool enforce;
GURL report_uri;
bool parsed = ParseExpectCTHeader(value, &max_age, &enforce, &report_uri);
UMA_HISTOGRAM_BOOLEAN("Net.ExpectCTHeader.ParseSuccess", parsed);
if (!parsed)
return;
// Do not persist Expect-CT headers if the connection was not chained to a
// public root or did not comply with CT policy.
if (!ssl_info.is_issued_by_known_root)
return;
UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION(
"Net.ExpectCTHeader.PolicyComplianceOnHeaderProcessing",
ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance, ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_MAX);
if (ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance !=
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_COMPLIES_VIA_SCTS) {
// If an Expect-CT header is observed over a non-compliant connection, the
// site owner should be notified about the misconfiguration. If the site was
// already opted in to Expect-CT, this report would have been sent at
// connection setup time. If the host is not already a noted Expect-CT host,
// however, the lack of CT compliance would not have been evaluated/reported
// at connection setup time, so it needs to be reported here while
// processing the header.
if (ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::CT_POLICY_BUILD_NOT_TIMELY ||
ssl_info.ct_policy_compliance ==
ct::CTPolicyCompliance::
CT_POLICY_COMPLIANCE_DETAILS_NOT_AVAILABLE) {
// Only send reports for truly non-compliant connections, not those for
// which compliance wasn't checked.
return;
}
ExpectCTState state;
if (expect_ct_reporter_ && !report_uri.is_empty() &&
!GetDynamicExpectCTState(host_port_pair.host(), &state)) {
MaybeNotifyExpectCTFailed(host_port_pair, report_uri, base::Time(),
ssl_info.cert.get(),
ssl_info.unverified_cert.get(),
ssl_info.signed_certificate_timestamps);
}
return;
}
AddExpectCTInternal(host_port_pair.host(), now, now + max_age, enforce,
report_uri);
}
// static
void TransportSecurityState::SetShouldRequireCTForTesting(bool* required) {
if (!required) {
g_ct_required_for_testing = 0;
return;
}
g_ct_required_for_testing = *required ? 1 : -1;
}
void TransportSecurityState::ClearReportCachesForTesting() {
sent_hpkp_reports_cache_.Clear();
sent_expect_ct_reports_cache_.Clear();
}
// static
bool TransportSecurityState::IsBuildTimely() {
const base::Time build_time = base::GetBuildTime();
// We consider built-in information to be timely for 10 weeks.
return (base::Time::Now() - build_time).InDays() < 70 /* 10 weeks */;
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPStatus
TransportSecurityState::CheckPublicKeyPinsImpl(
const HostPortPair& host_port_pair,
bool is_issued_by_known_root,
const HashValueVector& hashes,
const X509Certificate* served_certificate_chain,
const X509Certificate* validated_certificate_chain,
const PublicKeyPinReportStatus report_status,
std::string* failure_log) {
PKPState pkp_state;
bool found_state = GetPKPState(host_port_pair.host(), &pkp_state);
// HasPublicKeyPins should have returned true in order for this method to have
// been called.
DCHECK(found_state);
return CheckPinsAndMaybeSendReport(
host_port_pair, is_issued_by_known_root, pkp_state, hashes,
served_certificate_chain, validated_certificate_chain, report_status,
failure_log);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetStaticDomainState(const std::string& host,
STSState* sts_result,
PKPState* pkp_result) const {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
if (!IsBuildTimely())
return false;
PreloadResult result;
if (!DecodeHSTSPreload(host, &result))
return false;
if (result.force_https) {
sts_result->domain = host.substr(result.hostname_offset);
sts_result->include_subdomains = result.sts_include_subdomains;
sts_result->last_observed = base::GetBuildTime();
sts_result->upgrade_mode = STSState::MODE_FORCE_HTTPS;
}
if (enable_static_pins_ && result.has_pins) {
if (result.pinset_id >= g_hsts_source->pinsets_count)
return false;
pkp_result->domain = host.substr(result.hostname_offset);
pkp_result->include_subdomains = result.pkp_include_subdomains;
pkp_result->last_observed = base::GetBuildTime();
const TransportSecurityStateSource::Pinset* pinset =
&g_hsts_source->pinsets[result.pinset_id];
if (pinset->report_uri != kNoReportURI)
pkp_result->report_uri = GURL(pinset->report_uri);
if (pinset->accepted_pins) {
const char* const* sha256_hash = pinset->accepted_pins;
while (*sha256_hash) {
AddHash(*sha256_hash, &pkp_result->spki_hashes);
sha256_hash++;
}
}
if (pinset->rejected_pins) {
const char* const* sha256_hash = pinset->rejected_pins;
while (*sha256_hash) {
AddHash(*sha256_hash, &pkp_result->bad_spki_hashes);
sha256_hash++;
}
}
}
return true;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetSTSState(const std::string& host,
STSState* result) {
PKPState unused;
return GetDynamicSTSState(host, result) ||
GetStaticDomainState(host, result, &unused);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetPKPState(const std::string& host,
PKPState* result) {
STSState unused;
return GetDynamicPKPState(host, result) ||
GetStaticDomainState(host, &unused, result);
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetDynamicSTSState(const std::string& host,
STSState* result) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return false;
base::Time current_time(base::Time::Now());
for (size_t i = 0; canonicalized_host[i]; i += canonicalized_host[i] + 1) {
std::string host_sub_chunk(&canonicalized_host[i],
canonicalized_host.size() - i);
STSStateMap::iterator j = enabled_sts_hosts_.find(HashHost(host_sub_chunk));
if (j == enabled_sts_hosts_.end())
continue;
// If the entry is invalid, drop it.
if (current_time > j->second.expiry) {
enabled_sts_hosts_.erase(j);
DirtyNotify();
continue;
}
// If this is the most specific STS match, add it to the result. Note: a STS
// entry at a more specific domain overrides a less specific domain whether
// or not |include_subdomains| is set.
if (current_time <= j->second.expiry) {
if (i == 0 || j->second.include_subdomains) {
*result = j->second;
result->domain = DNSDomainToString(host_sub_chunk);
return true;
}
break;
}
}
return false;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetDynamicPKPState(const std::string& host,
PKPState* result) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return false;
base::Time current_time(base::Time::Now());
for (size_t i = 0; canonicalized_host[i]; i += canonicalized_host[i] + 1) {
std::string host_sub_chunk(&canonicalized_host[i],
canonicalized_host.size() - i);
PKPStateMap::iterator j = enabled_pkp_hosts_.find(HashHost(host_sub_chunk));
if (j == enabled_pkp_hosts_.end())
continue;
// If the entry is invalid, drop it.
if (current_time > j->second.expiry) {
enabled_pkp_hosts_.erase(j);
DirtyNotify();
continue;
}
// If this is the most specific PKP match, add it to the result. Note: a PKP
// entry at a more specific domain overrides a less specific domain whether
// or not |include_subdomains| is set.
if (current_time <= j->second.expiry) {
if (i == 0 || j->second.include_subdomains) {
*result = j->second;
result->domain = DNSDomainToString(host_sub_chunk);
return true;
}
break;
}
}
return false;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::GetDynamicExpectCTState(const std::string& host,
ExpectCTState* result) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
const std::string canonicalized_host = CanonicalizeHost(host);
if (canonicalized_host.empty())
return false;
base::Time current_time(base::Time::Now());
ExpectCTStateMap::iterator j =
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.find(HashHost(canonicalized_host));
if (j == enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.end())
return false;
// If the entry is invalid, drop it.
if (current_time > j->second.expiry) {
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.erase(j);
DirtyNotify();
return false;
}
*result = j->second;
return true;
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddOrUpdateEnabledSTSHosts(
const std::string& hashed_host,
const STSState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
DCHECK(state.ShouldUpgradeToSSL());
enabled_sts_hosts_[hashed_host] = state;
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddOrUpdateEnabledPKPHosts(
const std::string& hashed_host,
const PKPState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
DCHECK(state.HasPublicKeyPins());
enabled_pkp_hosts_[hashed_host] = state;
}
void TransportSecurityState::AddOrUpdateEnabledExpectCTHosts(
const std::string& hashed_host,
const ExpectCTState& state) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_THREAD(thread_checker_);
DCHECK(state.enforce || !state.report_uri.is_empty());
enabled_expect_ct_hosts_[hashed_host] = state;
}
TransportSecurityState::STSState::STSState()
: upgrade_mode(MODE_DEFAULT), include_subdomains(false) {
}
TransportSecurityState::STSState::~STSState() = default;
bool TransportSecurityState::STSState::ShouldUpgradeToSSL() const {
return upgrade_mode == MODE_FORCE_HTTPS;
}
TransportSecurityState::STSStateIterator::STSStateIterator(
const TransportSecurityState& state)
: iterator_(state.enabled_sts_hosts_.begin()),
end_(state.enabled_sts_hosts_.end()) {
}
TransportSecurityState::STSStateIterator::~STSStateIterator() = default;
TransportSecurityState::PKPState::PKPState() : include_subdomains(false) {
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPState::PKPState(const PKPState& other) = default;
TransportSecurityState::PKPState::~PKPState() = default;
TransportSecurityState::ExpectCTState::ExpectCTState() : enforce(false) {}
TransportSecurityState::ExpectCTState::~ExpectCTState() = default;
TransportSecurityState::ExpectCTStateIterator::ExpectCTStateIterator(
const TransportSecurityState& state)
: iterator_(state.enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.begin()),
end_(state.enabled_expect_ct_hosts_.end()) {
state.AssertCalledOnValidThread();
}
TransportSecurityState::ExpectCTStateIterator::~ExpectCTStateIterator() =
default;
bool TransportSecurityState::PKPState::CheckPublicKeyPins(
const HashValueVector& hashes,
std::string* failure_log) const {
// Validate that hashes is not empty. By the time this code is called (in
// production), that should never happen, but it's good to be defensive.
// And, hashes *can* be empty in some test scenarios.
if (hashes.empty()) {
failure_log->append(
"Rejecting empty public key chain for public-key-pinned domains: " +
domain);
return false;
}
if (HashesIntersect(bad_spki_hashes, hashes)) {
failure_log->append("Rejecting public key chain for domain " + domain +
". Validated chain: " + HashesToBase64String(hashes) +
", matches one or more bad hashes: " +
HashesToBase64String(bad_spki_hashes));
return false;
}
// If there are no pins, then any valid chain is acceptable.
if (spki_hashes.empty())
return true;
if (HashesIntersect(spki_hashes, hashes)) {
return true;
}
failure_log->append("Rejecting public key chain for domain " + domain +
". Validated chain: " + HashesToBase64String(hashes) +
", expected: " + HashesToBase64String(spki_hashes));
return false;
}
bool TransportSecurityState::PKPState::HasPublicKeyPins() const {
return spki_hashes.size() > 0 || bad_spki_hashes.size() > 0;
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPStateIterator::PKPStateIterator(
const TransportSecurityState& state)
: iterator_(state.enabled_pkp_hosts_.begin()),
end_(state.enabled_pkp_hosts_.end()) {
}
TransportSecurityState::PKPStateIterator::~PKPStateIterator() = default;
} // namespace net