Simo Sorce wrote:
> On Tue, 07 Sep 2010 14:45:49 +0200
> Pavel Zuna <pz...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> Enough text. Waiting for comments. :)
> I have one question.
> Have you made any consideration wrt security ?
> For example you say that you can push a complete state in a URL so that
> you can bookmark it.
> How does this cope with authentication ?
> Is there any way to validate the state is legit server side, or does it
> mean we make it an easy target for XSS exploits ?
> Last thing I want to see is an admin clicking a link and finding out
> that link actually granted some permission to the malicious user that
> sent him an carefully crafted email ...
Currently each request is authenticated via GSSAPI but with some planned
changes we will switch to using cookies which would speed up things.
A forged URL will not help if you do not have the cookie. If you have
the cookie there is no URL you can't go to. You will be denied if you
submit something you are not allowed to submit. This is checked on the
Engineering Manager IPA project,
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