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A simple python client for the Icelandic government authentication service Íslykill (www.islykill.is)

Project Description
A simple python client for the Icelandic government authentication service Íslykill (www.islykill.is)
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Usage
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Just remember to set the `username`, `password` and `service_id` as your own.
`service_id` is the ID you are given from the national registry of Iceland (www.skra.is), e.g. for
www.betraisland.is the id is `betraisland.is` and the Íslykill authentication url is
`https://innskraning.island.is/?id=betraisland.is`

>>> import islykill
>>> islykill.username = "Your-username-here"
>>> islykill.password = "Your-password-here"
>>> islykill.service_id = "dev.roddfolksins.is"
>>> token = 'Some-received-token' # the token received from island.is
>>> ip_address = '1.1.1.1' # remote user ip address
>>> result = islykill.generate_saml_from_token(token, ip_address)
>>> print result
{'ssn': '1234567890', 'ip_address': '1.1.1.1', 'name': u'Jon Jonsson'}

If an error occurs, the result from `generate_saml_from_token` will return a dictionary with the
key "error" with the body of the error as value, e.g.

>>> print result
{'error': 'HTTPError = 500'}

500 usually mean that you can make the request again immediately, just a glitch in the
webservice.

>>> print result
{'error': 'Unable to find SAML assertion from token.'}

"Unable to find SAML assertion from token" means that the token is invalid or expired somehow,
which means the user has to authenticate again.
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