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trillium-forwarding

handler for trillium.rs that rewrites host/scheme from forwarded/x-forwarded headers

5 releases

0.2.3 Jan 2, 2024
0.2.2 Dec 20, 2023
0.2.1 Dec 3, 2021
0.2.0 Aug 27, 2021
0.1.0 Jul 16, 2021

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Used in 3 crates (via trillium-proxy)

MIT/Apache

93KB
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lib.rs:

Trillium handler for x-forwarded-* / forwarded

This simple handler rewrites the request's host, secure setting, and peer ip based on headers added by a trusted reverse proxy.

The specific headers that are understood by this handler are:

  • Forwarded
  • or some combination of the following

There are several ways of specifying when to trust a peer ip address, and the narrowest possible trust rules should be used for a given deployment so as to decrease the chance for a threat actor to generate a request with forwarded headers that we mistakenly trust.

Dependencies

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~191K SLoC