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Python utility functions and Django/Flask middlewares for validating JWT tokens from Google's Identity-Aware Proxy

Project description

Validating JWT tokens from the Google Identity-Aware Proxy as middleware.

Install

pip install -e git+git@github.com:newsdev/nyt-pyiap.git

Usage

Django

Add to settings

Update your settings.py file to add the Django middleware.

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = [
  ...
  'pyiap.django.VerifyJWTMiddleware',
  ...
]

The request object in views.py will have two new attributes added: - request.jwt_user_id: The Google internal ID of the user who has been verified by IAP. - request.jwt_user_email: The email address and email type of the user who has been verified by IAP.

Flask

Update your Flask app.py to wrap your instantiated Flask() application’s wsgi_app with the VerifyJWTMiddleware.

app = Flask(__name__)
app.wsgi_app = VerifyJWTMiddleware(app.wsgi_app)

The request.environ object in app.py will have two new attributes added: - request.environ['jwt_user_id']: The Google internal ID of the user who has been verified by IAP. - request.environ['jwt_user_email']: The email address and email type of the user who has been verified by IAP.

Contributing

TBD.

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