Commit ae4ca024 authored by Tyler Struyk's avatar Tyler Struyk
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ISTWCMS-3030: Saml files with symbolic links and saml.pem private key

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/modules
/themes
/libraries
/saml_config/cert/saml.pem
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
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<?php
$config = array(
'admin' => array(
'core:AdminPassword',
),
'default-sp' => array(
'saml:SP',
// You can get this from ADFS Federation file
// Contact your ADFS administrator
// to obtain this information.
'entityID' => 'urn:drupal:adfs-saml',
'idp' => 'http://adfstest.uwaterloo.ca/adfs/services/trust',
'NameIDPolicy' => null,
'redirect.sign' => true,
'assertion.encryption' => true,
'sign.logout' => true,
// Generate using openssl, @see example above.
// These are the certs from `/cert` directory.
'privatekey' => 'saml.pem',
'certificate' => 'saml.crt',
// Defaults to SHA1 (http://www.w3.org/2000/09/xmldsig#rsa-sha1)
'signature.algorithm' => 'http://www.w3.org/2001/04/xmldsig-more#rsa-sha256',
),
);
<?php
$app_root = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'];
$site_path = 'sites/default/';
require $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . 'sites/default/settings.php';
$host = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
$db = $databases['default']['default'];
// Put this at the top of the config.php file
if (!ini_get('session.save_handler')) {
ini_set('session.save_handler', 'file');
}
//$ps = json_decode($_SERVER['PRESSFLOW_SETTINGS'], TRUE);
/*
* The configuration of SimpleSAMLphp
*
*/
$config = [
/*******************************
| BASIC CONFIGURATION OPTIONS |
*******************************/
/*
* Setup the following parameters to match your installation.
* See the user manual for more details.
*/
/*
* baseurlpath is a *URL path* (not a filesystem path).
* A valid format for 'baseurlpath' is:
* [(http|https)://(hostname|fqdn)[:port]]/[path/to/simplesaml/]
*
* The full url format is useful if your SimpleSAMLphp setup is hosted behind
* a reverse proxy. In that case you can specify the external url here.
*
* Please note that SimpleSAMLphp will then redirect all queries to the
* external url, no matter where you come from (direct access or via the
* reverse proxy).
*/
//'baseurlpath' => 'simplesaml/',
// 'baseurlpath' => 'simplesaml/',
/*
* The 'application' configuration array groups a set configuration options
* relative to an application protected by SimpleSAMLphp.
*/
'application' => [
/*
* The 'baseURL' configuration option allows you to specify a protocol,
* host and optionally a port that serves as the canonical base for all
* your application's URLs. This is useful when the environment
* observed in the server differs from the one observed by end users,
* for example, when using a load balancer to offload TLS.
*
* Note that this configuration option does not allow setting a path as
* part of the URL. If your setup involves URL rewriting or any other
* tricks that would result in SimpleSAMLphp observing a URL for your
* application's scripts different than the canonical one, you will
* need to compute the right URLs yourself and pass them dynamically
* to SimpleSAMLphp's API.
*/
//'baseURL' => 'https://wcms.lndo.site',
'baseurlpath' => 'https://'. $host .'/simplesaml/',
],
/*
* The following settings are *filesystem paths* which define where
* SimpleSAMLphp can find or write the following things:
* - 'certdir': The base directory for certificate and key material.
* - 'loggingdir': Where to write logs.
* - 'datadir': Storage of general data.
* - 'tempdir': Saving temporary files. SimpleSAMLphp will attempt to create
* this directory if it doesn't exist.
* When specified as a relative path, this is relative to the SimpleSAMLphp
* root directory.
*/
'certdir' => 'cert/',
'loggingdir' => 'log/',
'datadir' => 'data/',
//'tempdir' => '/tmp/simplesaml',
// This if for pantheon 'tempdir' => '/srv/bindings/'. $drop_id . '/tmp/simplesaml',
/*
* Some information about the technical persons running this installation.
* The email address will be used as the recipient address for error reports, and
* also as the technical contact in generated metadata.
*/
'technicalcontact_name' => 'Administrator',
'technicalcontact_email' => 'tyler.struyk@uwaterloo.ca',
/*
* (Optional) The method by which email is delivered. Defaults to mail which utilizes the
* PHP mail() function.
*
* Valid options are: mail, sendmail and smtp.
*/
//'mail.transport.method' => 'smtp',
/*
* Set the transport options for the transport method specified. The valid settings are relative to the
* selected transport method.
*/
// // smtp mail transport options
// 'mail.transport.options' => [
// 'host' => 'mail.example.org', // required
// 'port' => 25, // optional
// 'username' => 'user@example.org', // optional: if set, enables smtp authentication
// 'password' => 'password', // optional: if set, enables smtp authentication
// 'security' => 'tls', // optional: defaults to no smtp security
// ],
// // sendmail mail transport options
// 'mail.transport.options' => [
// 'path' => '/usr/sbin/sendmail' // optional: defaults to php.ini path
// ],
/*
* The envelope from address for outgoing emails.
* This should be in a domain that has your application's IP addresses in its SPF record
* to prevent it from being rejected by mail filters.
*/
//'sendmail_from' => 'no-reply@example.org',
/*
* The timezone of the server. This option should be set to the timezone you want
* SimpleSAMLphp to report the time in. The default is to guess the timezone based
* on your system timezone.
*
* See this page for a list of valid timezones: http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php
*/
'timezone' => 'america/toronto',
/**********************************
| SECURITY CONFIGURATION OPTIONS |
**********************************/
/*
* This is a secret salt used by SimpleSAMLphp when it needs to generate a secure hash
* of a value. It must be changed from its default value to a secret value. The value of
* 'secretsalt' can be any valid string of any length.
*
* A possible way to generate a random salt is by running the following command from a unix shell:
* LC_CTYPE=C tr -c -d '0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz' </dev/urandom | dd bs=32 count=1 2>/dev/null;echo
*/
'secretsalt' => '5198884567defaultsecretsalt',
/*
* This password must be kept secret, and modified from the default value 123.
* This password will give access to the installation page of SimpleSAMLphp with
* metadata listing and diagnostics pages.
* You can also put a hash here; run "bin/pwgen.php" to generate one.
*/
'auth.adminpassword' => 'wcmsadmin',
/*
* Set this options to true if you want to require administrator password to access the web interface
* or the metadata pages, respectively.
*/
'admin.protectindexpage' => true,
'admin.protectmetadata' => false,
/*
* Set this option to false if you don't want SimpleSAMLphp to check for new stable releases when
* visiting the configuration tab in the web interface.
*/
'admin.checkforupdates' => true,
/*
* Array of domains that are allowed when generating links or redirects
* to URLs. SimpleSAMLphp will use this option to determine whether to
* to consider a given URL valid or not, but you should always validate
* URLs obtained from the input on your own (i.e. ReturnTo or RelayState
* parameters obtained from the $_REQUEST array).
*
* SimpleSAMLphp will automatically add your own domain (either by checking
* it dynamically, or by using the domain defined in the 'baseurlpath'
* directive, the latter having precedence) to the list of trusted domains,
* in case this option is NOT set to NULL. In that case, you are explicitly
* telling SimpleSAMLphp to verify URLs.
*
* Set to an empty array to disallow ALL redirects or links pointing to
* an external URL other than your own domain. This is the default behaviour.
*
* Set to NULL to disable checking of URLs. DO NOT DO THIS UNLESS YOU KNOW
* WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
*
* Example:
* 'trusted.url.domains' => ['sp.example.com', 'app.example.com'],
*/
'trusted.url.domains' => ['.lndo.site$'],
/*
* Enable regular expression matching of trusted.url.domains.
*
* Set to true to treat the values in trusted.url.domains as regular
* expressions. Set to false to do exact string matching.
*
* If enabled, the start and end delimiters ('^' and '$') will be added to
* all regular expressions in trusted.url.domains.
*/
'trusted.url.regex' => TRUE,
/*
* Enable secure POST from HTTPS to HTTP.
*
* If you have some SP's on HTTP and IdP is normally on HTTPS, this option
* enables secure POSTing to HTTP endpoint without warning from browser.
*
* For this to work, module.php/core/postredirect.php must be accessible
* also via HTTP on IdP, e.g. if your IdP is on
* https://idp.example.org/ssp/, then
* http://idp.example.org/ssp/module.php/core/postredirect.php must be accessible.
*/
'enable.http_post' => false,
/*
* Set the allowed clock skew between encrypting/decrypting assertions
*
* If you have an server that is constantly out of sync, this option
* allows you to adjust the allowed clock-skew.
*
* Allowed range: 180 - 300
* Defaults to 180.
*/
'assertion.allowed_clock_skew' => 180,
/************************
| ERRORS AND DEBUGGING |
************************/
/*
* The 'debug' option allows you to control how SimpleSAMLphp behaves in certain
* situations where further action may be taken
*
* It can be left unset, in which case, debugging is switched off for all actions.
* If set, it MUST be an array containing the actions that you want to enable, or
* alternatively a hashed array where the keys are the actions and their
* corresponding values are booleans enabling or disabling each particular action.
*
* SimpleSAMLphp provides some pre-defined actiones, though modules could add new
* actions here. Refer to the documentation of every module to learn if they
* allow you to set any more debugging actions.
*
* The pre-defined actions are:
*
* - 'saml': this action controls the logging of SAML messages exchanged with other
* entities. When enabled ('saml' is present in this option, or set to true), all
* SAML messages will be logged, including plaintext versions of encrypted
* messages.
*
* - 'backtraces': this action controls the logging of error backtraces. If you
* want to log backtraces so that you can debug any possible errors happening in
* SimpleSAMLphp, enable this action (add it to the array or set it to true).
*
* - 'validatexml': this action allows you to validate SAML documents against all
* the relevant XML schemas. SAML 1.1 messages or SAML metadata parsed with
* the XML to SimpleSAMLphp metadata converter or the metaedit module will
* validate the SAML documents if this option is enabled.
*
* If you want to disable debugging completely, unset this option or set it to an
* empty array.
*/
'debug' => [
'saml' => true,
'backtraces' => true,
'validatexml' => true,
],
/*
* When 'showerrors' is enabled, all error messages and stack traces will be output
* to the browser.
*
* When 'errorreporting' is enabled, a form will be presented for the user to report
* the error to 'technicalcontact_email'.
*/
'showerrors' => true,
'errorreporting' => true,
/*
* Custom error show function called from SimpleSAML\Error\Error::show.
* See docs/simplesamlphp-errorhandling.txt for function code example.
*
* Example:
* 'errors.show_function' => ['SimpleSAML\Module\example\Error', 'show'],
*/
/**************************
| LOGGING AND STATISTICS |
**************************/
/*
* Define the minimum log level to log. Available levels:
* - SimpleSAML\Logger::ERR No statistics, only errors
* - SimpleSAML\Logger::WARNING No statistics, only warnings/errors
* - SimpleSAML\Logger::NOTICE Statistics and errors
* - SimpleSAML\Logger::INFO Verbose logs
* - SimpleSAML\Logger::DEBUG Full debug logs - not recommended for production
*
* Choose logging handler.
*
* Options: [syslog,file,errorlog,stderr]
*
*/
'logging.level' => SimpleSAML\Logger::NOTICE,
'logging.handler' => 'syslog',
/*
* Specify the format of the logs. Its use varies depending on the log handler used (for instance, you cannot
* control here how dates are displayed when using the syslog or errorlog handlers), but in general the options
* are:
*
* - %date{<format>}: the date and time, with its format specified inside the brackets. See the PHP documentation
* of the strftime() function for more information on the format. If the brackets are omitted, the standard
* format is applied. This can be useful if you just want to control the placement of the date, but don't care
* about the format.
*
* - %process: the name of the SimpleSAMLphp process. Remember you can configure this in the 'logging.processname'
* option below.
*
* - %level: the log level (name or number depending on the handler used).
*
* - %stat: if the log entry is intended for statistical purposes, it will print the string 'STAT ' (bear in mind
* the trailing space).
*
* - %trackid: the track ID, an identifier that allows you to track a single session.
*
* - %srcip: the IP address of the client. If you are behind a proxy, make sure to modify the
* $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] variable on your code accordingly to the X-Forwarded-For header.
*
* - %msg: the message to be logged.
*
*/
//'logging.format' => '%date{%b %d %H:%M:%S} %process %level %stat[%trackid] %msg',
/*
* Choose which facility should be used when logging with syslog.
*
* These can be used for filtering the syslog output from SimpleSAMLphp into its
* own file by configuring the syslog daemon.
*
* See the documentation for openlog (http://php.net/manual/en/function.openlog.php) for available
* facilities. Note that only LOG_USER is valid on windows.
*
* The default is to use LOG_LOCAL5 if available, and fall back to LOG_USER if not.
*/
'logging.facility' => defined('LOG_LOCAL5') ? constant('LOG_LOCAL5') : LOG_USER,
/*
* The process name that should be used when logging to syslog.
* The value is also written out by the other logging handlers.
*/
'logging.processname' => 'simplesamlphp',
/*
* Logging: file - Logfilename in the loggingdir from above.
*/
'logging.logfile' => 'simplesamlphp.log',
/*
* This is an array of outputs. Each output has at least a 'class' option, which
* selects the output.
*/
'statistics.out' => [// Log statistics to the normal log.
/*
[
'class' => 'core:Log',
'level' => 'notice',
],
*/
// Log statistics to files in a directory. One file per day.
/*
[
'class' => 'core:File',
'directory' => '/var/log/stats',
],
*/
],
/***********************
| PROXY CONFIGURATION |
***********************/
/*
* Proxy to use for retrieving URLs.
*
* Example:
* 'proxy' => 'tcp://proxy.example.com:5100'
*/
'proxy' => null,
/*
* Username/password authentication to proxy (Proxy-Authorization: Basic)
* Example:
* 'proxy.auth' = 'myuser:password'
*/
//'proxy.auth' => 'myuser:password',
/**************************
| DATABASE CONFIGURATION |
**************************/
/*
* This database configuration is optional. If you are not using
* core functionality or modules that require a database, you can
* skip this configuration.
*/
/*
* Database connection string.
* Ensure that you have the required PDO database driver installed
* for your connection string.
*/
'database.dsn' => 'mysql:host=localhost;dbname=saml',
/*
* SQL database credentials
*/
'database.username' => 'simplesamlphp',
'database.password' => 'secret',
'database.options' => [],
/*
* (Optional) Table prefix
*/
'database.prefix' => '',
/*
* (Optional) Driver options
*/
'database.driver_options' => [],
/*
* True or false if you would like a persistent database connection
*/
'database.persistent' => false,
/*
* Database slave configuration is optional as well. If you are only
* running a single database server, leave this blank. If you have
* a master/slave configuration, you can define as many slave servers
* as you want here. Slaves will be picked at random to be queried from.
*
* Configuration options in the slave array are exactly the same as the
* options for the master (shown above) with the exception of the table
* prefix and driver options.
*/
'database.slaves' => [
/*
[
'dsn' => 'mysql:host=myslave;dbname=saml',
'username' => 'simplesamlphp',
'password' => 'secret',
'persistent' => false,
],
*/
],
/*************
| PROTOCOLS |
*************/
/*
* Which functionality in SimpleSAMLphp do you want to enable. Normally you would enable only
* one of the functionalities below, but in some cases you could run multiple functionalities.
* In example when you are setting up a federation bridge.
*/
'enable.saml20-idp' => true,
'enable.shib13-idp' => false,
'enable.adfs-idp' => false,
/*
* Whether SimpleSAMLphp should sign the response or the assertion in SAML 1.1 authentication
* responses.
*
* The default is to sign the assertion element, but that can be overridden by setting this
* option to TRUE. It can also be overridden on a pr. SP basis by adding an option with the
* same name to the metadata of the SP.
*/
'shib13.signresponse' => true,
/***********
| MODULES |
***********/
/*
* Configuration to override module enabling/disabling.
*
* Example:
*
* 'module.enable' => [
* 'exampleauth' => true, // Setting to TRUE enables.
* 'consent' => false, // Setting to FALSE disables.
* 'core' => null, // Unset or NULL uses default.
* ],
*
*/
/*************************
| SESSION CONFIGURATION |
*************************/
/*
* This value is the duration of the session in seconds. Make sure that the time duration of
* cookies both at the SP and the IdP exceeds this duration.
*/
'session.duration' => 8 * (60 * 60), // 8 hours.
/*
* Sets the duration, in seconds, data should be stored in the datastore. As the data store is used for
* login and logout requests, this option will control the maximum time these operations can take.
* The default is 4 hours (4*60*60) seconds, which should be more than enough for these operations.
*/
'session.datastore.timeout' => (4 * 60 * 60), // 4 hours
/*
* Sets the duration, in seconds, auth state should be stored.
*/
'session.state.timeout' => (60 * 60), // 1 hour
/*
* Option to override the default settings for the session cookie name
*/
'session.cookie.name' => 'SimpleSAMLSessionID',
/*
* Expiration time for the session cookie, in seconds.
*
* Defaults to 0, which means that the cookie expires when the browser is closed.
*
* Example:
* 'session.cookie.lifetime' => 30*60,
*/
'session.cookie.lifetime' => 0,
/*
* Limit the path of the cookies.
*
* Can be used to limit the path of the cookies to a specific subdirectory.
*
* Example:
* 'session.cookie.path' => '/simplesaml/',
*/
'session.cookie.path' => '/',
/*
* Cookie domain.
*
* Can be used to make the session cookie available to several domains.
*
* Example:
* 'session.cookie.domain' => '.example.org',
*/
'session.cookie.domain' => null,
/*
* Set the secure flag in the cookie.
*
* Set this to TRUE if the user only accesses your service
* through https. If the user can access the service through
* both http and https, this must be set to FALSE.
*/
'session.cookie.secure' => false,
/*
* Set the SameSite attribute in the cookie.
*
* You can set this to the strings 'None', 'Lax', or 'Strict' to support
* the RFC6265bis SameSite cookie attribute. If set to null, no SameSite
* attribute will be sent.