node-red-contrib-securedhttp 1.0.10

Node-RED node to create secured http endpoint

npm install node-red-contrib-securedhttp

Node-RED nodes similar to http in and http out from the default installation but with security built into it. If secured field is set to false, it has the same features as http in in the default installation. It uses a predefined OAuth endpoint to validate the token in authorization header in a request and to check if the user with the token has privilege to access this node.


Install from npm

npm install node-red-contrib-securedhttp


This package contains two nodes similar to the default http in and http out nodes but securedhttp in node must be authenticated with a token in Authorization header or access_token query string for privileged user to access it if the "Secured" field is set to true. When "Secured" field is set to true, user will need to have the privilege specified in "Privileges" field. If the "Privileges" is not set but "Secured" field is set to true, an access token will need to be validated. The OAuth user endpoint will need to specify in the settting.js file with "oauth2UserUrl" key. For example,

oauth2UserUrl: "https://localhost:8080/oauth/user",

SecuredHttp In node usage:

You will need to fill in the following fields:

-- Ignore the "Start" field.

-- Secured field is set to true to enable security. False to disable.

-- User will need to have privilege to access this endpoint even if the token is valid if this field is set to non-empty string. Multiple privileges can be specified with comma delimiters but user will need to have one of thoese specified privilege to access this endpoint.


Node Info

Version: 1.0.10
Updated 6 months, 2 weeks ago
License: Apache


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