Does SP3 not sign authn requests by default?
kwessel at illinois.edu
Sat Jul 21 12:28:19 EDT 2018
Well, obviously, yes. But since the SP admins didn't even seem to know about signing="true", I doubt they made this change. I could be wrong, though, and they could have forgotten. I've asked them to restore shibboleth2.xml from backups on Monday to see if it had explicit signing settings. An explicit signing setting is the only thing that would make sense, but if it is in the old shibboleth2.xml, that would also imply that the upgrade to 3.0 removed it, and I hope that the RPM wouldn't make that kind of modification to the configuration.
I'll also test the endpoint validation skipping on my SP sandbox on Monday which is still running 2.6.
If I learn anything interesting, I'll report back.
From: users <users-bounces at shibboleth.net> On Behalf Of Peter Schober
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2018 9:34 AM
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Subject: Re: Does SP3 not sign authn requests by default?
* Wessel, Keith <kwessel at illinois.edu> [2018-07-21 15:22]:
> It seems that adding signing="true" is a good fix, and not just a band
> aid, in 3.0. But it'd make me feel better if I could explain why this
> worked in 2.6 without that.
Then restore an old copy (or all available copies) of shibboleth2.xml from backup (or version control) and check for signing settings.
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