Class KeyStoreLoginModule

java.lang.Object
com.sun.security.auth.module.KeyStoreLoginModule
All Implemented Interfaces:
LoginModule

public class KeyStoreLoginModule
extends Object
implements LoginModule
Provides a JAAS login module that prompts for a key store alias and populates the subject with the alias's principal and credentials. Stores an X500Principal for the subject distinguished name of the first certificate in the alias's credentials in the subject's principals, the alias's certificate path in the subject's public credentials, and a X500PrivateCredential whose certificate is the first certificate in the alias's certificate path and whose private key is the alias's private key in the subject's private credentials.

Recognizes the following options in the configuration file:

keyStoreURL
A URL that specifies the location of the key store. Defaults to a URL pointing to the .keystore file in the directory specified by the user.home system property. The input stream from this URL is passed to the KeyStore.load method. "NONE" may be specified if a null stream must be passed to the KeyStore.load method. "NONE" should be specified if the KeyStore resides on a hardware token device, for example.
keyStoreType
The key store type. If not specified, defaults to the result of calling KeyStore.getDefaultType(). If the type is "PKCS11", then keyStoreURL must be "NONE" and privateKeyPasswordURL must not be specified.
keyStoreProvider
The key store provider. If not specified, uses the standard search order to find the provider.
keyStoreAlias
The alias in the key store to login as. Required when no callback handler is provided. No default value.
keyStorePasswordURL
A URL that specifies the location of the key store password. Required when no callback handler is provided and protected is false. No default value.
privateKeyPasswordURL
A URL that specifies the location of the specific private key password needed to access the private key for this alias. The keystore password is used if this value is needed and not specified.
protected
This value should be set to "true" if the KeyStore has a separate, protected authentication path (for example, a dedicated PIN-pad attached to a smart card). Defaults to "false". If "true" keyStorePasswordURL and privateKeyPasswordURL must not be specified.

  • Constructor Details

    • KeyStoreLoginModule

      public KeyStoreLoginModule()
  • Method Details

    • initialize

      public void initialize​(Subject subject, CallbackHandler callbackHandler, Map<String,​?> sharedState, Map<String,​?> options)
      Initialize this LoginModule.
      Specified by:
      initialize in interface LoginModule
      Parameters:
      subject - the Subject to be authenticated.
      callbackHandler - a CallbackHandler for communicating with the end user (prompting for usernames and passwords, for example), which may be null.
      sharedState - shared LoginModule state.
      options - options specified in the login Configuration for this particular LoginModule.
    • login

      public boolean login() throws LoginException
      Authenticate the user.

      Get the Keystore alias and relevant passwords. Retrieve the alias's principal and credentials from the Keystore.

      Specified by:
      login in interface LoginModule
      Returns:
      true in all cases (this LoginModule should not be ignored).
      Throws:
      FailedLoginException - if the authentication fails.
      LoginException - if the authentication fails
    • commit

      public boolean commit() throws LoginException
      Abstract method to commit the authentication process (phase 2).

      This method is called if the LoginContext's overall authentication succeeded (the relevant REQUIRED, REQUISITE, SUFFICIENT and OPTIONAL LoginModules succeeded).

      If this LoginModule's own authentication attempt succeeded (checked by retrieving the private state saved by the login method), then this method associates a X500Principal for the subject distinguished name of the first certificate in the alias's credentials in the subject's principals,the alias's certificate path in the subject's public credentials, and a X500PrivateCredential whose certificate is the first certificate in the alias's certificate path and whose private key is the alias's private key in the subject's private credentials. If this LoginModule's own authentication attempted failed, then this method removes any state that was originally saved.

      Specified by:
      commit in interface LoginModule
      Returns:
      true if this LoginModule's own login and commit attempts succeeded, or false otherwise.
      Throws:
      LoginException - if the commit fails
    • abort

      public boolean abort() throws LoginException
      This method is called if the LoginContext's overall authentication failed. (the relevant REQUIRED, REQUISITE, SUFFICIENT and OPTIONAL LoginModules did not succeed).

      If this LoginModule's own authentication attempt succeeded (checked by retrieving the private state saved by the login and commit methods), then this method cleans up any state that was originally saved.

      If the loaded KeyStore's provider extends java.security.AuthProvider, then the provider's logout method is invoked.

      Specified by:
      abort in interface LoginModule
      Returns:
      false if this LoginModule's own login and/or commit attempts failed, and true otherwise.
      Throws:
      LoginException - if the abort fails.
    • logout

      public boolean logout() throws LoginException
      Logout a user.

      This method removes the Principals, public credentials and the private credentials that were added by the commit method.

      If the loaded KeyStore's provider extends java.security.AuthProvider, then the provider's logout method is invoked.

      Specified by:
      logout in interface LoginModule
      Returns:
      true in all cases since this LoginModule should not be ignored.
      Throws:
      LoginException - if the logout fails.