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What I am doing wrong with S3 PUT request using AWS Signature Version 4


What I am doing wrong with S3 PUT request using AWS Signature Version 4

By : Ster.Stack
Date : October 18 2020, 01:08 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , Your StringToSign is incorrect. Specifically the HashedCanonicalRequest is incorrect.
The Amazon error response will show you the exact StringToSign. This will help you figure out what is wrong.
code :
from collections import OrderedDict
from dateutil import parser
import datetime
import hashlib
import hmac
import requests

key_id = ""
secret = "/N6VFTasQCJic3CqL9tj80UGB6Ba1B"
region = ""
bucket_name = ""
service = "s3"

def hashb16(message):
    return hashlib.sha256(message).hexdigest()

def HMAC(key, message):
    return hmac.new(key, message, hashlib.sha256)

current_time = datetime.datetime.utcnow()

url = "https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/{}/sometest.txt".format(bucket_name)
payload = "Welcome to Amazon S3."
headers = {
    'date': current_time.strftime("%a, %d %b %Y %H:%m:%S GMT"),
    'host': "s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com",
    'x-amz-content-sha256': 'UNSIGNED-PAYLOAD',
    'x-amz-date': current_time.strftime('%Y%m%dT%H%M%SZ'),
    'x-amz-storage-class': 'REDUCED_REDUNDANCY'
}
sorted_headers = sorted([k for k in headers])

# step 1
HTTPRequestMethod = "PUT"
CanonicalURI = "/{}/sometest.txt".format(bucket_name)
CanonicalQueryString = ""
CanonicalHeaders = ""
for key in sorted_headers:
    CanonicalHeaders += "{}:{}\n".format(key.lower(), headers[key])
SignedHeaders = "{}".format(";".join(sorted_headers))
HexEncondeHashRequestPayload = hashb16(payload)
CanonicalRequest = "{}\n{}\n{}\n{}\n{}\n{}".format(HTTPRequestMethod, CanonicalURI, CanonicalQueryString, CanonicalHeaders, SignedHeaders, 'UNSIGNED-PAYLOAD')

# step 2
Algorithm = "AWS4-HMAC-SHA256"
RequestDateTime = current_time.strftime('%Y%m%dT%H%M%SZ')
CredentialScope = "{}/{}/{}/{}".format(current_time.strftime("%Y%m%d"), region, service, "aws4_request")
HashedCanonicalRequest = hashb16(CanonicalRequest)
StringToSign = "{}\n{}\n{}\n{}".format(Algorithm, RequestDateTime, CredentialScope, HashedCanonicalRequest)

#step 3
kDate = HMAC("AWS4" + secret,     current_time.strftime("%Y%m%d")).digest()
kRegion = HMAC(kDate, region).digest()
kService = HMAC(kRegion, service).digest()
kSigning = HMAC(kService, "aws4_request").digest()
signature = HMAC(kSigning, StringToSign).hexdigest()

#step 4
Authorization = "AWS4-HMAC-SHA256 Credential={}/{},SignedHeaders={},Signature={}".format(key_id, CredentialScope, ";".join(sorted_headers), signature)
headers["Authorization"] = Authorization

response = requests.request("PUT", url, headers=headers)

print response.status_code
print response.text


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Ivona Request Signing Issue - signature does not match (AWS Signature Version 4)

Ivona Request Signing Issue - signature does not match (AWS Signature Version 4)


By : David Shanna Bouthie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Solved! Actually there is an issue in documentation example. So the code works fine.
cURL request getting wrong request version in Google App Engine

cURL request getting wrong request version in Google App Engine


By : Virginia Solomin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I have a cURL request in my code which works fine when running locally: , From the ipinfo.io documentation:
code :
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, array('Accept: application/json'));
ScalaTest I get error while loading Suite, Scala signature Suite has wrong version

ScalaTest I get error while loading Suite, Scala signature Suite has wrong version


By : Trần Kingj
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue The problem was fixed by updaing the scala specs dependency in my pom
from
code :
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.specs</groupId>
        <artifactId>specs</artifactId>
        <version>1.6.2.2_1.5.0</version>
        <scope>test</scope>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.scala-tools.testing</groupId>
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How to translate AWS Task 1: Create a Canonical Request for Signature Version 4

How to translate AWS Task 1: Create a Canonical Request for Signature Version 4


By : JD Townsend
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Below is a cfscript implementation of Task 1: Create a Canonical Request for Signature Version 4
Result:
code :
f536975d06c0309214f805bb90ccff089219ecd68b2577efef23edd43b7e1a59
requestMethod = "GET";
writeOutput("<br>requestMethod: <code>"& requestMethod &"</code>");
originalURI = "";
// If the absolute path is empty, use a forward slash (/)
originalURI  = len(trim(originalURI)) ? originalURI : "/"& originalURI;
// Encode URI and preserve forward slashes 
canonicalURI = replace( encodeRFC3986( originalURI ), "%2F", "/", "all");
writeOutput("<br>canonicalURI: <code>"& canonicalURI &"</code>");
queryParams = { "Action"="ListUsers", "Version"="2010-05-08" };

// a) Encode parameter names and values 
encodedParams = {};
structEach( queryParams, function(key, value) {
    encodedParams[ encodeRFC3986(arguments.key) ] = encodeRFC3986( arguments.value);
});

// b) Sort the encoded parameter in ascending order (ASCII order)
encodedKeyNames = structKeyArray( encodedParams );
arraySort( encodedKeyNames, "text" );

// c) Build the canonical query string. Starting with first parameter, append encoded 
// parameter name, followed by character '=' (ASCII code 61), followed by the encoded value
encodedPairs  = [];
for (key in encodedKeyNames) {
    arrayAppend( encodedPairs, key &"="& encodedParams[ key ] ); 
}
// d) Append the character '&' (ASCII code 38) after each parameter value, except for the last value in the list. 
canonicalQueryString = arrayToList( encodedPairs, "&");
writeOutput("<br>canonicalQueryString: <code>"& canonicalQueryString &"</code>");
requestHeaders = { "Content-type"= "application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=utf-8"
                    , "Host" = "iam.amazonaws.com"
                    , "X-Amz-Date" = "20150830T123600Z"
                };

// a) Convert all header names to lowercase and remove leading spaces and trailing spaces. 
// Convert sequential spaces in the header value to a single space.         
cleanedHeaders = {};
structEach( requestHeaders, function(key, value) {
    headerName = reReplace( trim(arguments.key), "\s+", " ", "all");
    headerValue = reReplace( trim(arguments.value), "\s+", " ", "all");
    cleanedHeaders[ lcase(headerName) ] = headerValue;
});

// b) [sort] the (lowercase) headers by character code
sortedHeaderNames = structKeyArray( cleanedHeaders );
arraySort( sortedHeaderNames, "text" );

// c) Append the lowercase header name followed by a colon.
// Do not sort the values in headers that have multiple values.
cleanedPairs  = [];
for (key in sortedHeaderNames) {
    arrayAppend( cleanedPairs, key &":"& cleanedHeaders[ key ] ); 
}

// d) Append new line after each header pair. Should END WITH a new line
canonicalHeaderString = arrayToList( cleanedPairs, chr(10) ) & chr(10) ;
writeOutput("<br> canonicalHeaderString: <code>"& canonicalHeaderString &"</code>");
// To create the signed headers list, convert all header names to lowercase, 
// sort them by character code, and use a semicolon to separate the header names. 
// Note, we already have the sorted names from the canonical header logic (step 4)
signedHeaderString = arrayToList( sortedHeaderNames, ";" );
writeOutput("<br>signedHeaderString: <code>"& signedHeaderString &"</code>");
requestPayload = "";
payloadChecksum = lcase( hash( requestPayload , "SHA256" ) );
writeOutput("<br>payloadChecksum: <code>"& payloadChecksum &"</code>");
canonicalRequest = requestMethod & chr(10)
                    & canonicalURI & chr(10)
                    & canonicalQueryString & chr(10)
                    & canonicalHeaderString & chr(10)
                    & signedHeaderString & chr(10)
                    & payloadChecksum ;

writeOutput("<br>canonicalRequest: <pre>"& canonicalRequest &"</pre>");
requestDigest = lcase( hash( canonicalRequest , "SHA256" ) );
writeOutput("<br>requestDigest: <code>"& requestDigest &"</code>");
    /**
    * URI encoding per RFC 3986:
    *  <ul>
    *     <li>Unreserved characters that should not be escaped: ALPHA / DIGIT / "-" / "." / "_" / "~" </li>
    *     <li>Spaces should be encoded as %20 instead of +</li>
    *     <li>Reserved characters that should be escaped include:   ? ## [ ] @ ! $ & ' ( ) * + , ; =</li>
    *  </ul>
    *  
    * @text String to encode
    * @returns URI encoded text
    */
    public function encodeRFC3986(required string text) {
        // Requires CF10+
        Local.encoded = encodeForURL(arguments.text);

        // Undo encoding of tilde "~"
        Local.encoded = replace( Local.encoded, "%7E", "~", "all" );
        // Change space encoding from "+" to "%20"
        Local.encoded = replace( Local.encoded, "+", "%20", "all" );
        // URL encode asterisk "*" 
        Local.encoded = replace( Local.encoded, "*", "%2A", "all" );

        return Local.encoded;
    }
How to send gatling request with AWS Signature Version 4?

How to send gatling request with AWS Signature Version 4?


By : user2519377
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You need to generate X-Amz-Date and Authorization details and pass them along with the header. You can use the below class to extract this two information.
https://github.com/sandipperf/AWS_API_Request_Gatling/blob/master/RequestSigner.scala to extract AWS signature key by providing ASWAccessKey and AWSSecretKey.
code :
val AwsAccessKey = "XXXXXXXXXXXX"
val AwsSecretKey = "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
val signature = RequestSigner.sign(
        uriPath = "/Your/URL/HERE",

        method = "POST",
        //body = Some("""{ "hello": "foo" }"""),
        body = Some(requestBuildBody),
       //requestBuildBody = your actual request body you are going to pass along with post request 

        headers = Seq(("Host", List("XXXXXXXX.execute-api.us-XXXX-2.amazonaws.com"))),
        queryParameters = Seq.empty,
        credentials = new BasicAWSCredentials(AwsAccessKey, AwsSecretKey),
        region = "us-XXXX-2",
        service = "execute-api")


      val amzStamp = (signature.toString).substring(18, 34)
      val sign = (signature.toString).substring(35, 223)
      AmazonTimeDetails.append(amzStamp).toString
      SignatureDetails.append(sign).toString
    "Host" -> "XXXXXX.execute-api.us-XXXX-X.amazonaws.com",
    "Content-Type" -> "application/json",
    "X-Amz-Date" -> "${amazonTimeDetails}",
    "Authorization" -> "${signatureDetails}")
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