testing/web-platform/tests/trusted-types/trusted-types-eval-reporting.tentative.html
author Razvan Maries <rmaries@mozilla.com>
Thu, 26 Nov 2020 07:56:23 +0200
changeset 558457 7184fb5a42fbdd37b1d4863045bea812223ffd41
parent 531924 e07cf3d4936f99965d8d52afab0560b7cbfd7975
permissions -rw-r--r--
Backed out changeset 646459eb4a35 (bug 1459118) as per Henrik's request. CLOSED TREE

<!DOCTYPE html>
<head>
  <script nonce="123" src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
  <script nonce="123" src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
  <script nonce="123">
  // CSP insists the "trusted-types: ..." directives are deliverd as headers
  // (rather than as "<meta http-equiv" tags). This test assumes the following
  // headers are set in the .headers file:
  //
  //   Content-Security-Policy: script-src 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval'; report-uri ...
  //   Content-Security-Policy: plugin-types bla/blubb
  //   Content-Security-Policy: require-trusted-types-for 'script'
  //
  // The last rule is there so we can provoke a CSP violation report at will.
  // The intent is that in order to test that a violation has *not* been thrown
  // (and without resorting to abominations like timeouts), we force a *another*
  // CSP violation (by violating the img-src rule) and when that event is
  // processed we can we sure that an earlier event - if it indeed occurred -
  // must have already been processed.

  // Return function that returns a promise that resolves on the given
  // violation report.
  function promise_violation(filter_arg) {
    return _ => new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
      function handler(e) {
        let matches = e.originalPolicy.includes(filter_arg);
        if (matches) {
          document.removeEventListener("securitypolicyviolation", handler);
          e.stopPropagation();
          resolve(e);
        }
      }
      document.addEventListener("securitypolicyviolation", handler);
    });
  }

  // Like assert_throws_*, but we don't care about the exact error. We just want
  // to run the code and continue.
  function expect_throws(fn) {
    try { fn(); assert_unreached(); } catch (err) { /* ignore */ }
  }

  // A sample policy we use to test trustedTypes.createPolicy behaviour.
  const id = x => x;
  const a_policy = {
    createHTML: id,
    createScriptURL: id,
    createURL: id,
    createScript: id,
  };
  const scriptyPolicy = trustedTypes.createPolicy('allowEval', a_policy);

  // Provoke/wait for a CSP violation, in order to be sure that all previous
  // CSP violations have been delivered.
  function promise_flush() {
    return promise_violation("plugin-types bla/blubb");
  }
  function flush() {
   expect_throws(_ => {
      var o = document.createElement('object');
      o.type = "application/x-shockwave-flash";
      document.body.appendChild(o);
    });
  }

  promise_test(t => {
    let beacon = 'never_overwritten';
    let p = Promise.resolve()
        .then(promise_violation("require-trusted-types-for 'script'"))
        .then(promise_flush());
    assert_throws_js(EvalError,
                     _ => eval('beacon="should not run"'));
    assert_equals(beacon, 'never_overwritten');
    flush();
    return p;
  }, "Trusted Type violation report: evaluating a string.");

  promise_test(t => {
    let beacon = 'never_overwritten2';
    let p = promise_flush()();
    eval(scriptyPolicy.createScript('beacon="i ran"'));
    assert_equals(beacon, 'i ran');
    flush();
    return p;
  }, "Trusted Type violation report: evaluating a Trusted Script.");

  promise_test(t => {
    let beacon = 'never_overwritten';
    trustedTypes.createPolicy('default', {
      createScript: s => s.replace('payload', 'default policy'),
    }, true);
    let p = promise_flush()();
    eval('beacon="payload"');
    assert_equals(beacon, 'default policy');
    flush();
    return p;
  }, "Trusted Type violation report: default policy transforms the script before CSP checks runs.");

  </script>
</body>