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// Copyright 2013 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 "base/files/file_path.h"
#include "chrome/common/safe_browsing/download_file_types.pb.h"
#include "components/download/public/common/download_danger_type.h"
#include "components/download/public/common/download_interrupt_reasons.h"
#include "components/download/public/common/download_item.h"
struct DownloadTargetInfo {
// Final full target path of the download. Must be non-empty for the remaining
// fields to be considered valid. The path is a local file system path. Any
// existing file at this path should be overwritten.
base::FilePath target_path;
// Disposition. This will be TARGET_DISPOSITION_PROMPT if the user was
// prompted during the process of determining the download target. Otherwise
// TODO(asanka): This should be has_user_confirmation or somesuch that
// indicates that the user has seen and confirmed the download path.
download::DownloadItem::TargetDisposition target_disposition;
// Danger type of the download.
download::DownloadDangerType danger_type;
// The danger type of the download could be set to MAYBE_DANGEROUS_CONTENT if
// the file type is handled by SafeBrowsing. However, if the SafeBrowsing
// service is unable to verify whether the file is safe or not, we are on our
// own. The value of |danger_level| indicates whether the download should be
// considered dangerous if SafeBrowsing returns an unknown verdict.
// Note that some downloads (e.g. "Save link as" on a link to a binary) would
// not be considered 'Dangerous' even if SafeBrowsing came back with an
// unknown verdict. So we can't always show a warning when SafeBrowsing fails.
// The value of |danger_level| should be interpreted as follows:
// NOT_DANGEROUS : Unless flagged by SafeBrowsing, the file should be
// considered safe.
// ALLOW_ON_USER_GESTURE : If SafeBrowsing claims the file is safe, then the
// file is safe. An UNKOWN verdict results in the file being marked as
// DANGEROUS : This type of file shouldn't be allowed to download witout any
// user action. Hence, if SafeBrowsing marks the file as SAFE, or
// UNKONWN, the file will still be conisdered a DANGEROUS_FILE. However,
// SafeBrowsing may flag the file as being malicious, in which case the
// malicious classification should take precedence.
safe_browsing::DownloadFileType::DangerLevel danger_level;
// Suggested intermediate path. The downloaded bytes should be written to this
// path until all the bytes are available and the user has accepted a
// dangerous download. At that point, the download can be renamed to
// |target_path|.
base::FilePath intermediate_path;
// MIME type based on the file type of the download. This may be different
// from DownloadItem::GetMimeType() since the latter is based on the server
// response, and this one is based on the filename.
std::string mime_type;
// Whether the |target_path| would be handled safely by the browser if it were
// to be opened with a file:// URL. This can be used later to decide how file
// opens should be handled. The file is considered to be handled safely if the
// filetype is supported by the renderer or a sandboxed plugin.
bool is_filetype_handled_safely;
// Result of the download target determination.
download::DownloadInterruptReason result;