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REST Second Factor

This plugin can be used to append a second factor authentication device like SMS or OTP. It uses an external web service to submit and validate the second factor.

Configuration

All parameters are set in “General Parameters » Portal Parameters » Second Factors » REST 2nd Factor”.

  • Activation
  • Init URL (optional): REST URL to initialize dialog (send OTP). Leave it blank if your API doesn't need any initialization
  • Init arguments: list of arguments to send (see below)
  • Verify URL (required): REST URL to verify code
  • Verify arguments: list of arguments to send (see below)
  • Authentication Level: if you want to overwrite the value sent by your authentication module, you can define here a new authentication level. Example: 5
  • Logo (optional): logo file (in static/<skin> directory)

Arguments

Arguments are a list of key/value. Key is the name of JSON entry, value is attribute or macro name.

For Verify URL, you should send $code at least

REST Dialog

REST web services have just to reply with a “result” key in a JSON file. Auth/UserDB can add an “info” array. It will be stored in session data (without reading “Exported variables”).

URL Query Response
Init URL JSON file: {“user”:$user,…} JSON file: {“result”:true/false}
Verify URL JSON file: {“user”:$user,“code”:“$code”,…} JSON file: {“result”:true/false}