author Raymond Lee <raymond@raysquare.com>
Mon, 16 Aug 2010 12:46:22 +0800
changeset 50675 a15f73b8d43181b393586d97ec74dbd156830175
parent 30473 02ff5f05a1a66d2b2bc015bf7fefd04790ec0a3e
child 77199 a73f7a3b85a5b1b2e3e4e19ee7e90bdbf7d9001e
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 586693 - Do we still need to marshal browser events? [r=dolske a=blocking2.0] * Removed some timeouts and fixed some broken user interactions that fixes various other bugs and test failures. Bug 587029 - Tab Candy : closing last tab of a group leads to an isolated tab Bug 586552 - GroupItem.newTab feedback should be immediate * Init TabItems before handling firstrun tab grouping * Removed _stopZoomPreparation related code since we are not using it anymore. * Fixed the issue related to using move to other group feature. The moved tab is still visible in the tab bar after moving it to other group.

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#include "nsContentBlocker.h"
#include "nsIDocument.h"
#include "nsIContent.h"
#include "nsIURI.h"
#include "nsIServiceManager.h"
#include "nsIDocShellTreeItem.h"
#include "nsIPrefService.h"
#include "nsIPrefBranch.h"
#include "nsIDocShell.h"
#include "nsString.h"
#include "nsContentPolicyUtils.h"
#include "nsIObjectLoadingContent.h"

// Possible behavior pref values
// Those map to the nsIPermissionManager values where possible
#define BEHAVIOR_ACCEPT nsIPermissionManager::ALLOW_ACTION
#define BEHAVIOR_REJECT nsIPermissionManager::DENY_ACTION

// From nsIContentPolicy
static const char *kTypeString[NUMBER_OF_TYPES] = {"other", 


  memset(mBehaviorPref, BEHAVIOR_ACCEPT, NUMBER_OF_TYPES);

  nsresult rv;
  mPermissionManager = do_GetService(NS_PERMISSIONMANAGER_CONTRACTID, &rv);

  nsCOMPtr<nsIPrefService> prefService = do_GetService(NS_PREFSERVICE_CONTRACTID, &rv);

  nsCOMPtr<nsIPrefBranch> prefBranch;
  rv = prefService->GetBranch("permissions.default.", getter_AddRefs(prefBranch));

  // Migrate old image blocker pref
  nsCOMPtr<nsIPrefBranch> oldPrefBranch;
  oldPrefBranch = do_QueryInterface(prefService);
  PRInt32 oldPref;
  rv = oldPrefBranch->GetIntPref("network.image.imageBehavior", &oldPref);
  if (NS_SUCCEEDED(rv) && oldPref) {
    PRInt32 newPref;
    switch (oldPref) {
        newPref = BEHAVIOR_ACCEPT;
      case 1:
        newPref = BEHAVIOR_NOFOREIGN;
      case 2:
        newPref = BEHAVIOR_REJECT;
    prefBranch->SetIntPref("image", newPref);

  // The branch is not a copy of the prefservice, but a new object, because
  // it is a non-default branch. Adding obeservers to it will only work if
  // we make sure that the object doesn't die. So, keep a reference to it.
  mPrefBranchInternal = do_QueryInterface(prefBranch, &rv);

  rv = mPrefBranchInternal->AddObserver("", this, PR_TRUE);
  PrefChanged(prefBranch, nsnull);

  return rv;

#undef  LIMIT
#define LIMIT(x, low, high, default) ((x) >= (low) && (x) <= (high) ? (x) : (default))

nsContentBlocker::PrefChanged(nsIPrefBranch *aPrefBranch,
                              const char    *aPref)
  PRInt32 val;

#define PREF_CHANGED(_P) (!aPref || !strcmp(aPref, _P))

  for(PRUint32 i = 0; i < NUMBER_OF_TYPES; ++i) {
    if (PREF_CHANGED(kTypeString[i]) &&
        NS_SUCCEEDED(aPrefBranch->GetIntPref(kTypeString[i], &val)))
      mBehaviorPref[i] = LIMIT(val, 1, 3, 1);


// nsIContentPolicy Implementation
nsContentBlocker::ShouldLoad(PRUint32          aContentType,
                             nsIURI           *aContentLocation,
                             nsIURI           *aRequestingLocation,
                             nsISupports      *aRequestingContext,
                             const nsACString &aMimeGuess,
                             nsISupports      *aExtra,
                             PRInt16          *aDecision)
  *aDecision = nsIContentPolicy::ACCEPT;
  nsresult rv;

  // Ony support NUMBER_OF_TYPES content types. that all there is at the
  // moment, but you never know...
  if (aContentType > NUMBER_OF_TYPES)
    return NS_OK;
  // we can't do anything without this
  if (!aContentLocation)
    return NS_OK;

  // we only want to check http, https, ftp
  // for chrome:// and resources and others, no need to check.
  nsCAutoString scheme;
  if (!scheme.LowerCaseEqualsLiteral("ftp") &&
      !scheme.LowerCaseEqualsLiteral("http") &&
    return NS_OK;

  PRBool shouldLoad, fromPrefs;
  rv = TestPermission(aContentLocation, aRequestingLocation, aContentType,
                      &shouldLoad, &fromPrefs);
  if (!shouldLoad) {
    if (fromPrefs) {
      *aDecision = nsIContentPolicy::REJECT_TYPE;
    } else {
      *aDecision = nsIContentPolicy::REJECT_SERVER;
  if (aContentType != nsIContentPolicy::TYPE_OBJECT || aMimeGuess.IsEmpty())
    return NS_OK;

  // For TYPE_OBJECT we should check what aMimeGuess might tell us
  // about what sort of object it is.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIObjectLoadingContent> objectLoader =
  if (!objectLoader)
    return NS_OK;

  PRUint32 contentType;
  rv = objectLoader->GetContentTypeForMIMEType(aMimeGuess, &contentType);
  if (NS_FAILED(rv))
    return rv;
  switch (contentType) {
  case nsIObjectLoadingContent::TYPE_IMAGE:
    aContentType = nsIContentPolicy::TYPE_IMAGE;
  case nsIObjectLoadingContent::TYPE_DOCUMENT:
    aContentType = nsIContentPolicy::TYPE_SUBDOCUMENT;
    return NS_OK;

  NS_ASSERTION(aContentType != nsIContentPolicy::TYPE_OBJECT,
	       "Shouldn't happen.  Infinite loops are bad!");

  // Found a type that tells us more about what we're loading.  Try
  // the permissions check again!
  return ShouldLoad(aContentType, aContentLocation, aRequestingLocation,
		    aRequestingContext, aMimeGuess, aExtra, aDecision);

nsContentBlocker::ShouldProcess(PRUint32          aContentType,
                                nsIURI           *aContentLocation,
                                nsIURI           *aRequestingLocation,
                                nsISupports      *aRequestingContext,
                                const nsACString &aMimeGuess,
                                nsISupports      *aExtra,
                                PRInt16          *aDecision)
  // For loads where aRequestingContext is chrome, we should just
  // accept.  Those are most likely toplevel loads in windows, and
  // chrome generally knows what it's doing anyway.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIDocShellTreeItem> item =

  if (item) {
    PRInt32 type;
    if (type == nsIDocShellTreeItem::typeChrome) {
      *aDecision = nsIContentPolicy::ACCEPT;
      return NS_OK;

  // This isn't a load from chrome.  Just do a ShouldLoad() check --
  // we want the same answer here
  return ShouldLoad(aContentType, aContentLocation, aRequestingLocation,
                    aRequestingContext, aMimeGuess, aExtra, aDecision);

nsContentBlocker::TestPermission(nsIURI *aCurrentURI,
                                 nsIURI *aFirstURI,
                                 PRInt32 aContentType,
                                 PRBool *aPermission,
                                 PRBool *aFromPrefs)
  *aFromPrefs = PR_FALSE;
  // This default will also get used if there is an unknown value in the
  // permission list, or if the permission manager returns unknown values.
  *aPermission = PR_TRUE;

  // check the permission list first; if we find an entry, it overrides
  // default prefs.
  // Don't forget the aContentType ranges from 1..8, while the
  // array is indexed 0..7
  PRUint32 permission;
  nsresult rv = mPermissionManager->TestPermission(aCurrentURI, 
                                                   kTypeString[aContentType - 1],

  // If there is nothing on the list, use the default.
  if (!permission) {
    permission = mBehaviorPref[aContentType - 1];
    *aFromPrefs = PR_TRUE;

  // Use the fact that the nsIPermissionManager values map to 
  // the BEHAVIOR_* values above.
  switch (permission) {
    *aPermission = PR_TRUE;
    *aPermission = PR_FALSE;

    // Third party checking

    // Need a requesting uri for third party checks to work.
    if (!aFirstURI)
      return NS_OK;

    PRBool trustedSource = PR_FALSE;
    rv = aFirstURI->SchemeIs("chrome", &trustedSource);
    if (!trustedSource) {
      rv = aFirstURI->SchemeIs("resource", &trustedSource);
    if (trustedSource)
      return NS_OK;

    // compare tails of names checking to see if they have a common domain
    // we do this by comparing the tails of both names where each tail 
    // includes at least one dot
    // A more generic method somewhere would be nice

    nsCAutoString currentHost;
    rv = aCurrentURI->GetAsciiHost(currentHost);
    NS_ENSURE_SUCCESS(rv, rv);

    // Search for two dots, starting at the end.
    // If there are no two dots found, ++dot will turn to zero,
    // that will return the entire string.
    PRInt32 dot = currentHost.RFindChar('.');
    dot = currentHost.RFindChar('.', dot-1);

    // Get the domain, ie the last part of the host (www.domain.com -> domain.com)
    // This will break on co.uk
    const nsCSubstring &tail =
      Substring(currentHost, dot, currentHost.Length() - dot);

    nsCAutoString firstHost;
    rv = aFirstURI->GetAsciiHost(firstHost);
    NS_ENSURE_SUCCESS(rv, rv);

    // If the tail is longer then the whole firstHost, it will never match
    if (firstHost.Length() < tail.Length()) {
      *aPermission = PR_FALSE;
      return NS_OK;
    // Get the last part of the firstUri with the same length as |tail|
    const nsCSubstring &firstTail = 
      Substring(firstHost, firstHost.Length() - tail.Length(), tail.Length());

    // Check that both tails are the same, and that just before the tail in
    // |firstUri| there is a dot. That means both url are in the same domain
    if ((firstHost.Length() > tail.Length() && 
         firstHost.CharAt(firstHost.Length() - tail.Length() - 1) != '.') || 
        !tail.Equals(firstTail)) {
      *aPermission = PR_FALSE;
  return NS_OK;

nsContentBlocker::Observe(nsISupports     *aSubject,
                          const char      *aTopic,
                          const PRUnichar *aData)
               "unexpected topic - we only deal with pref changes!");

  if (mPrefBranchInternal)
    PrefChanged(mPrefBranchInternal, NS_LossyConvertUTF16toASCII(aData).get());
  return NS_OK;