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## Project description

Provides functionality for working with the server side aspects of the U2F protocol. Currently supports version 0, as implicitly defined by the GnubbyPilot implementation, as well as v2, as defined in the 2014-02-09 draft specification, from: http://fidoalliance.org/specifications/download

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

==Installation==

u2flib-host is installable by running the following command:

$python setup.py install ==Example== See examples/u2f_server.py for a working example of a HTTP server for U2F enrollment and authentication. u2f_server.py can be run as a stand-alone server, and can be used to test a U2F client implementation, such as python-u2flib-host, using for example cURL. The examples below show cURL command to register a U2F device, and to authenticate it. ===Registration=== Registration is initiated by sending a request to the server:$ curl http://localhost:8081/enroll {“sessionId”: “”, “challenge”: “D2pzTPZa7bq69ABuiGQILo9zcsTURP26RLifTyCkilc”, “version”: “U2F_V2”, “app_id”: “http://localhost:8081/app-identity”}

The registration data is then fed to the U2F client, resulting in the response data, which is passed back to the server:

$curl http://localhost:8081/bind -d’data=[{“bd”: “eyJvcmlnaW4iOiAiaHR0cDovL2xvY2FsaG9zdDo4MDgxIiwgImNoYWxsZW5nZSI6ICJEMnB6VFBaYTdicTY5QUJ1aUdRSUxvOXpjc1RVUlAyNlJMaWZUeUNraWxjIiwgInR5cCI6ICJuYXZpZ2F0b3IuaWQuZmluaXNoRW5yb2xsbWVudCJ9”, “sessionId”: “”, “registrationData”: “BQSivQtJ6-lAgZ2qQ0aUGLEiJSRoLWUSGcmMO8C-GuibA0-xTvmuQfTqKyFJZWOUjGzEIgF4xV6gJ6itcagsyuUWQEQh9noDSu-WtzTOMhK_lKHxwHtQgJHCkzs4mukfpf310K5Dq9k6zBNtZ2RMBWgJhI7hJo4JiFn3k2GUNLwKZpwwggGHMIIBLqADAgECAgkAmb7osQyi7BwwCQYHKoZIzj0EATAhMR8wHQYDVQQDDBZZdWJpY28gVTJGIFNvZnQgRGV2aWNlMB4XDTEzMDcxNzE0MjEwM1oXDTE2MDcxNjE0MjEwM1owITEfMB0GA1UEAwwWWXViaWNvIFUyRiBTb2Z0IERldmljZTBZMBMGByqGSM49AgEGCCqGSM49AwEHA0IABDvhl91zfpg9n7DeCedcQ8gGXUnemiXoi-JEAxz-EIhkVsMPAyzhtJZ4V3CqMZ-MOUgICt2aMxacMX9cIa8dgS2jUDBOMB0GA1UdDgQWBBQNqL-TV04iaO6mS5tjGE6ShfexnjAfBgNVHSMEGDAWgBQNqL-TV04iaO6mS5tjGE6ShfexnjAMBgNVHRMEBTADAQH_MAkGByqGSM49BAEDSAAwRQIgXJWZdbvOWdhVaG7IJtn44o21Kmi8EHsDk4cAfnZ0r38CIQD6ZPi3Pl4lXxbY7BXFyrpkiOvCpdyNdLLYbSTbvIBQOTBFAiEA1uwJKNez6_BHdA2d-DPmRFJj19biYNkhN86SFH5Z_lYCICld2L3ZAVsm_uNFRt13_N9dlhGu50pb1ql8-_3_p5v1”}]’ true The result, “true”, indicates that registration was successful. ===Authentication=== Authentication for a previously enrolled device is done by sending a request to the server:$ curl http://localhost:8081/sign {“key_handle”: “RCH2egNK75a3NM4yEr-UofHAe1CAkcKTOzia6R-l_fXQrkOr2TrME21nZEwFaAmEjuEmjgmIWfeTYZQ0vApmnA”, “sessionId”: “”, “challenge”: “Ql05duFdQj6oc_mZf1Lt08PyXWJJxN5xe2SagdUGCxo”, “version”: “U2F_V2”, “app_id”: “http://localhost:8081/app-identity”}

The challenge data is then fed to the U2F client, resulting in the response data which is passed back to the server:

\$ curl http://localhost:8081/verify -d’data={“bd”: “eyJvcmlHR0cDovL2xvY2FsaG9zdDo4MDgxIiwgImNoYWxsZW5nZSI6ICJlNGtScWk3eTdmUHdtZGZ1RnJ5WkxyVUhYby1BdF91YUFwWHdxdkV2UmxzIiwgInR5cCI6ICJuYXZpZ2F0b3IuaWQuZ2V0QXNzZXJ0aW9uIn0”, “challenge”: “e4kRqi7y7fPwmdfuFryZLrUHXo-At_uaApXwqvEvRls”, “app_id”: “http://localhost:8081/app-identity”, “sessionId”: “”, “sign”: “AQAAAAIwRQIhAIyr0y4xg-pI8NhAUHJmaluGXwZ7yd5i0e7FQE4l9OaEAiB68JP-df7ro8ohxCcgyxfRiKrsY1J67kLcEuYb0MCrDg”}’ {“touch”: “u0001”, “counter”: 2}

The response indicates success, giving the U2F devices internal counter value, as well as the value of the user presence parameter.

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