I cannot get pass the challenge. I am using azure cloud service and I am building a multi tenant application.
I am saving the key authorization on a storage table and then I am listening on the server requests. I get the request just fine and I am validating the request and it’s all good. I am sending the key back but I am getting this strange result:
“detail”: “Invalid response from http://*****/.well-known/acme-challenge/1Jp1LnlUvAGt-mVjUgZzHH1Dp4Q-LKKIlTL9rU4ZsK4: “1Jp1LnlUvAGt-mVjUgZzHH1Dp4Q-LKKIlTL9rU4ZsK4.tK4YZJZHoAUSjwQyNYRediFsjxTyGSqNJ6LgNNpSmTY1Jp1LnlUvAGt-mVjUgZzHH1Dp4Q-LKKIlTL9rU4Zs””,
The key is not the key that I am sending over, it looks like it starts over with the token.
This is the authorization key:
What ma I doing wrong?
From the ACME spec:
key-authz = token || ‘.’ || base64url(JWK_Thumbprint(accountKey))
As you point out, the
token appears to be repeated at the end of the valid
I don’t think that Boulder is mistaken about what it read off the HTTP response - it will read upto 128 bytes and then return the buffer in the error message.
Perhaps double check what you are sending in a packet capture, or curl, or post your entire HTTP handler code for us to take a look.
var key = await manager.ResolveChallenge(uri);
context.Response.ContentType = "text/plain";
context.Response.StatusCode = 500;
//log.WriteLine("Write: " + key);
context.Response.StatusCode = 200;
var requestData = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(key);
This is all that the http handler does. Just gets the key and sends it over, nothing more. If the request is not valid then the key is null. I tried to send over the key as string and I get nothing in return.
This is an example of key sent as string error:
“detail”: “The key authorization file from the server did not match this challenge [hdYJoWVKvzXUX_gh64Pa9Q19FKSVzKsCitufZQ2gs84.4PgYJQXO1VXgITBJUr2JRuzKCGdSbzCy9XHAZYiaDZ8] != ”,
Hmmm … works fine now … not sure what it was.
Thanks for your time!
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