Python implementation of the HTTP Origin-Bound Auth (HOBA) scheme
PYTHON HTTP ORIGIN-BOUND AUTHENTICATION SCHEME
Provides utilities for handling HOBA authentication header exchange. See RFC7486 for details.
NOTE: At the time of writing this module, the only two signature algorithm codes defined by IANA are RSA-SHA256 and RSA-SHA1 (see RFC section9.3). However, this module was initially written as part of a HOBA implementation for the ethereum/bitcoin secp256k1 signature algorithm. The value "42" is arbitrarily selected for this algorithm, but it by no means pretends to be authoritative.
The module is very simple. Refer to the test to see how it works. You'll want to read the RFC too.
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