Passport strategy for authenticating with PingFederate using the OpenToken API.

This is a work in progress, but usable.

Install

npm install passport-opentoken

Usage

Create a login redirect to your PingFederate / OpenToken server, with a URL containing PartnerSpId and TargetResource parameters, a login callback route and a logout route.

app.get('/login/opentoken', function (req, res) {
  res.redirect("https://localhost:9031/idp/startSSO.ping" +
    "?PartnerSpId=PF-DEMO" +
    "&TargetResource=https://localhost:3000/login/opentoken/callback");
});

app.get('/login/opentoken/callback', passport.authenticate('opentoken'), function (req, res) {
  res.redirect('/dashboard.html'); // or whatever your landing page is
});

app.all('/logout/opentoken', function (req, res) {
  req.session.destroy();
  res.redirect('https://localhost:9031/quickstart-app-idp/go?action=logout');
});

Configuration

Before the above will work, you need to configure passport to use the opentoken strategy. Create a verify callback and instantiate an OpenTokenStrategy object for passport to use.

function verifyCallback(username, done) {
  // see http://passportjs.org/guide/configure/ for an example
  // of a verify callback.
});

var otkOptions = {
  tokenName: 'mytoken',
  password: 'blahblah',
  cipherSuite: 2
};

passport.use(new OpenTokenStrategy(otkOptions, verifyCallback));

If using sessions, you'll need passport.serializeUser and passport.deserializeUser functions as per the passport documentation.

CipherSuites are defined in the node-opentoken module:

0 = no encryption
1 = aes-256-cbc
2 = aes-128-cbc
3 = 3des
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