Even if every one can holds the token, he cannot tempored the payload due to the signature with the Secret Key.
I’m going to build a Token-based Authentication Server using ASP. Net Core Web API and Entity Framework Core So lets create a new ASP.
(No Open Iddict issue) One question remains: As far as i understand Open Iddict was created to get Identity Server to play nice with ASP. Microsoft is providing samples and support for that.
Net 5, now that Identity Server4 was announced it would be nice if you guys (@Pinpoint Townes, @leastprivilege) could ellaborate a bit what your future plans are. As far as i understand Open Iddict was created to get Identity Server to play nice with ASP. I've tried the following to protect my Web API using the following code: And it seems to work (with the exception of a few bugs that might be related to B2C being in preview) If I can figure out how to get the JWT authentication working in my Web API project, would I do something similar to check specific policies and/or roles?
I will also explore how to configure your application to return proper response types to both Redirect To Login and Redirect To Access Denied events when using ASP. For more information on configuration options check out Jwt Bearer Options Class.
Based on "order of operation" concerns in regards to how you pull in middleware into your pipeline, I made a conscious decision to add Identity after the Jwt Bearer Middleware middleware.
In my previous tutorial Angular JS Token-based Authentication using Identity and web API I have build an authentication server using an o Auth Bearer Token. Create a Role model that inherits from Identity Role and extend it with additional properties such as Role Description Create an Indentity Context that inherits from Identity Db Context and add the following to configure our Security Context to point to Security Connection witch point to sql database configured in App file Configure Asp.
In this tutorial, I will use JSON Web Token (JWT) , for more information about JWT please take a look at https://jwt.io/ JWT enable us to securely transfer data between server and client . Net Core Indentity to use our custom user and role ( My User and My Role) Locate Configure method and add app.
First up is the API endpoint, of which is accessed by making a POST request against the api/account/token route.A JWT Token is composed of 3 parts base64 encoded separated by a dot(.) : a header, a payload and a signature : header.payload.signature JWT therefore allows to exchange content for an authenticated user due to the secret key used in the signature. Use Identity in middleware Open Package Manager Console.The signature also ensures the integrity of the content. The generated database looks like this Register User Test Register user I use a google extensions Postman to test api Get Ressources Here , I log the user , if the user is authenticated with its credentials (email and password), I get the user claims , add additionnal claims related to JWT, Create Security Token and return it Locate Configure method and app.I'm trying to work out if I can use the Identity o Auth bearer token auth bits, but plug it all into my existing database, so that I can't work out if this is going to be possible, or if I should give up and use a standard HTTP handler approach.Here's my fairly standard code so far, which just issues standard tokens, not the existing ones I want to work with.