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AWS signature verification routines

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This library provides signature verification for requests made to an AWS service. Typically, this is used to provide mock interfaces for AWS services or to rewrite AWS requests through a proxy host.

The current source tree can be found on GitHub.

Documentation is available on pythonhosted.

Currently only SigV4 is supported.

Example Usage

>>> import awssig
>>> access_key = "AKIDEXAMPLE"
>>> secret_key = "wJalrXUtnFEMI/K7MDENG+bPxRfiCYEXAMPLEKEY"
>>> key_mapping = { access_key: secret_key }
>>> v = awssig.AWSSigV4Verifier(
...     request_method="GET",
...     uri_path="/",
...     query_string="a=foo&b=foo",
...     headers={
...         "Date": "Mon, 09 Sep 2011 23:36:00 GMT",
...         "Host": "host.foo.com",
...         "Authorization": (
...             "AWS4-HMAC-SHA256 "
...             "Credential=AKIDEXAMPLE/20110909/us-east-1/host/aws4_request, "
...             "SignedHeaders=date;host, "
...             "Signature=0dc122f3b28b831ab48ba65cb47300de53fbe91b577fe113edac383730254a3b"),
...    },
...    body=b"",
...    region="us-east-1",
...    service="host",
...    key_mapping=key_mapping,
...    timestamp_mismatch=None)
>>> try:
...     v.verify()
...     print("ok")
... except awssig.InvalidSignatureError as e:
...     print("error: %s" % e)
ok

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