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Test Info: Warnings

  • This test gets skipped with pattern: xorigin
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<title>Test for Content Security Policy Frame Ancestors directive</title>
<script src="/tests/SimpleTest/SimpleTest.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/tests/SimpleTest/test.css" />
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<body>
<p id="display"></p>
<div id="content" style="display: none">
</div>
<iframe style="width:100%;height:300px;" id='cspframe'></iframe>
<script class="testbody" type="text/javascript">
// These are test results: -1 means it hasn't run,
// true/false is the pass/fail result.
var framesThatShouldLoad = {
aa_allow: -1, /* innermost frame allows a *
//aa_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies a */
ab_allow: -1, /* innermost frame allows a */
//ab_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies a */
aba_allow: -1, /* innermost frame allows b,a */
//aba_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies b */
//aba2_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies a */
abb_allow: -1, /* innermost frame allows b,a */
//abb_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies b */
//abb2_block: -1, /* innermost frame denies a */
};
// we normally expect _6_ violations (6 test cases that cause blocks), but many
// of the cases cause violations due to the // origin of the test harness (same
// as 'a'). When the violation is cross-origin, the URI passed to the observers
// is null (see bug 846978). This means we can't tell if it's part of the test
// case or if it is the test harness frame (also origin 'a').
// As a result, we'll get an extra violation for the following cases:
// ab_block "frame-ancestors 'none'" (outer frame and test harness)
// aba2_block "frame-ancestors b" (outer frame and test harness)
// abb2_block "frame-ancestors b" (outer frame and test harness)
//
// and while we can detect the test harness check for this one case since
// the violations are not cross-origin and we get the URI:
// aba2_block "frame-ancestors b" (outer frame and test harness)
//
// we can't for these other ones:
// ab_block "frame-ancestors 'none'" (outer frame and test harness)
// abb2_block "frame-ancestors b" (outer frame and test harness)
//
// so that results in 2 extra violation notifications due to the test harness.
// expected = 6, total = 8
//
// Number of tests that pass for this file should be 12 (8 violations 4 loads)
var expectedViolationsLeft = 8;
// CSP frame-ancestor checks happen in the parent, hence we have to
// proxy the csp violation notifications.
SpecialPowers.registerObservers("csp-on-violate-policy");
// This is used to watch the blocked data bounce off CSP and allowed data
// get sent out to the wire.
function examiner() {
SpecialPowers.addObserver(this, "specialpowers-csp-on-violate-policy");
}
examiner.prototype = {
observe(subject, topic, data) {
// subject should be an nsURI... though could be null since CSP
// prohibits cross-origin URI reporting during frame ancestors checks.
if (subject && !SpecialPowers.can_QI(subject))
return;
var asciiSpec = subject;
try {
asciiSpec = SpecialPowers.getPrivilegedProps(
SpecialPowers.do_QueryInterface(subject, "nsIURI"),
"asciiSpec");
// skip checks on the test harness -- can't do this skipping for
// cross-origin blocking since the observer doesn't get the URI. This
// can cause this test to over-succeed (but only in specific cases).
if (asciiSpec.includes("test_frameancestors.html")) {
return;
}
} catch (ex) {
// was not an nsIURI, so it was probably a cross-origin report.
}
if (topic === "specialpowers-csp-on-violate-policy") {
//these were blocked... record that they were blocked
window.frameBlocked(asciiSpec, data);
}
},
// must eventually call this to remove the listener,
// or mochitests might get borked.
remove() {
SpecialPowers.removeObserver(this, "specialpowers-csp-on-violate-policy");
}
}
// called when a frame is loaded
// -- if it's not enumerated above, it should not load!
var frameLoaded = function(testname, uri) {
//test already complete.... forget it... remember the first result.
if (window.framesThatShouldLoad[testname] != -1)
return;
if (typeof window.framesThatShouldLoad[testname] === 'undefined') {
// uh-oh, we're not expecting this frame to load!
ok(false, testname + ' framed site should not have loaded: ' + uri);
} else {
framesThatShouldLoad[testname] = true;
ok(true, testname + ' framed site when allowed by csp (' + uri + ')');
}
checkTestResults();
}
// called when a frame is blocked
// -- we can't determine *which* frame was blocked, but at least we can count them
var frameBlocked = function(uri, policy) {
ok(true, 'a CSP policy blocked frame from being loaded: ' + policy);
expectedViolationsLeft--;
checkTestResults();
}
// Check to see if all the tests have run
var checkTestResults = function() {
// if any test is incomplete, keep waiting
for (var v in framesThatShouldLoad)
if(window.framesThatShouldLoad[v] == -1)
return;
if (window.expectedViolationsLeft > 0)
return;
// ... otherwise, finish
window.examiner.remove();
SimpleTest.finish();
}
window.addEventListener("message", receiveMessage);
function receiveMessage(event) {
if (event.data.call && event.data.call == 'frameLoaded')
frameLoaded(event.data.testname, event.data.uri);
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// set up and go
window.examiner = new examiner();
SimpleTest.waitForExplicitFinish();
// save this for last so that our listeners are registered.
// ... this loads the testbed of good and bad requests.
document.getElementById('cspframe').src = 'file_frameancestors_main.html';
</script>
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