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Calculates Pseudorandom SHA1 as defined in http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5246 (5. HMAC and the Pseudorandom Function)

This algorithm is used for signing XML documents when the RequestedProofToken is either http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-sx/ws-trust/200512/CK/PSHA1 or http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/02/trust/CK/PSHA1.

Thanks to Leandro Boffi (http://leandrob.com/) for the nodejs version and a great blog.


    use Digest::PSHA1;
    use MIME::Base64;

    # Extract base64'd binary secret of a RequestSecurityToken request and a
    # RequestSecurityTokenResponse, like from such a structure:
    # <Entropy>
    #     <BinarySecret Type="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/02/trust/Nonce">
    #         grrlUUfhuNwlvQzQ4bV6TT3wA8ieZPltIf4+H7nIvCE=
    #     </BinarySecret>
    # </Entropy>

    # Obtain the decoded versions
    my $client-secret = MIME::Base64.decode-str($client-binary-secret);
    my $server-secret = MIME::Base64.decode-str($server-binary-secret);

    # Build the key to sign an XML document
    my $key     = psha1($client-secret, $server-secret);
    my $key-b64 = MIME::Base64.encode($key, :oneline);
    #  ^--- you usually do not need the Base64 version of the key

    # To actually use this key to sign a document, do something like this
    use Digest::HMAC;
    use Digest;

    my $canonicalized-data  = '<SignedInfo xmlns="...">...</SignedInfo>';
    #  ^--- use the correct c14n version according to your XML document
    my $signature-value     = hmac($key, $canonicalized-data, &sha1);
    my $signature-value-b64 = MIME::Base64.encode($signature-value, :oneline);
    #  ^--- this is what you would add to your XML document