NAME

Net::SAML2::Protocol::Assertion

VERSION

version 0.25

SYNOPSIS

  my $assertion = Net::SAML2::Protocol::Assertion->new_from_xml(
    xml => decode_base64($SAMLResponse)
  );

NAME

Net::SAML2::Protocol::Assertion - SAML2 assertion object

METHODS

new_from_xml( ... )

Constructor. Creates an instance of the Assertion object, parsing the given XML to find the attributes, session and nameid.

Arguments:

xml

XML data

name( )

Returns the CN attribute, if provided.

valid( $audience, $in_response_to )

Returns true if this Assertion is currently valid for the given audience.

Also accepts $in_response_to which it checks against the returned Assertion. This is very important for security as it helps ensure that the assertion that was received was for the request that was made.

Checks the audience matches, and that the current time is within the Assertions validity period as specified in its Conditions element.

AUTHOR

Original Author: Chris Andrews <chrisa@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2020 by Chris Andrews and Others; in detail:

  Copyright 2010-2011  Chris Andrews
            2012       Peter Marschall
            2015       Mike Wisener
            2016       Jeff Fearn
            2017       Alessandro Ranellucci
            2019-2020  Timothy Legge

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.