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iap_local_receipt 0.1.1

A library for local verification of Apple in-app receipts.

## Description


`iap_local_receipt` is a Python library that supports Apple Local In-App Purchase
(IAP) receipt processing.

The library provides functions and classes to do the following.

* Verify the receipt signature against the Apple Root CA certificate and return the receipt as a binary ASN.1 blob.
* Extract the receipt and its (possibly multiple) in-app receipts from the binary ASN.1 blob.
The receipt is returned as a Python dictionary.
* Validate that the in-app receipts contain at least one receipt matching a given product id.
It can also optionally validate any or all of the bundle id, application version, and SHA-1 hash.

## Installation

To install `iap_local_receipt` you need:

* Python 2.5 or later in the 2.x line (earlier than 2.5 not tested).
* `swig` and the gcc compiler to compile `M2Crypto`.

If you have the dependencies, you have multiple options for installation:

* With pip (preferred), do `pip install iap_local_receipt`.
* With setuptools, do `easy_install iap_local_receipt`.
* To install the source, download it from
https://github.com/SilentCircle/iap-local-receipt
and run `python setup.py install`.

## Usage

The simplest possible usage is:

from iap_local_receipt import IAPReceiptVerifier

pkcs7_der = get_der_from_somewhere()
(
IAPReceiptVerifier(ca_cert_filename)
.verify_and_parse(pkcs7_der)
.validate('MY_AWESOME_PRODUCT')
)

To do a full validation:

from iap_local_receipt import IAPReceiptVerifier

pkcs7_der = get_der_from_somewhere()
(
IAPReceiptVerifier(ca_cert_filename)
.verify_and_parse(pkcs7_der)
.validate('MY_AWESOME_PRODUCT',
bundle_id='com.example.AwesomeApp',
application_version='0',
guid='urn:uuid:'
'12345678-1234-5678-1234-567812345678')
)

Note that the hex-format GUID provided _must_ be prefixed with `urn:uuid` if it contains dashes.
Alternatively, if the dashes are stripped out, the GUID may be used as-is.

If validating a high volume of receipts, you may wish to instantiate the validator separately:

from iap_local_receipt import IAPReceiptVerifier

verifier = IAPReceiptVerifier(ca_cert_filename)

for pkcs7_der in lots_of_ders:
(
verifier.verify_and_parse(pkcs7_der)
.validate('MY_AWESOME_PRODUCT',
bundle_id='com.example.AwesomeApp',
application_version='0',
guid='urn:uuid:'
'12345678-1234-5678-1234-567812345678')
)

If something went wrong with the validation, you can get the receipt and raw data from the verifier using the `last_receipt()` and `last_receipt_der()` member functions respectively.

Note that these may return `None` depending on where the failure occurred.

You can also choose to use the `PKCS7Verifier`, `IAPReceiptParser`, and `IAPReceipt` classes individually:

from iap_local_receipt import PKCS7Verifier, IAPReceiptParser, IAPReceipt

pkcs7_verifier = PKCS7Verifier(ca_cert_filename)
receipt_parser = IAPReceiptParser()

pkcs7_der = get_der_from_somewhere()

receipt_der = pkcs7_verifier.verify_data(pkcs7_der)
iap_receipt = receipt_parser.parse_app_receipt(receipt_der)
iap_receipt.validate('MY_AWESOME_PRODUCT',
bundle_id='com.example.AwesomeApp',
application_version='0',
guid='urn:uuid:'
'12345678-1234-5678-1234-567812345678')

## License

`iap_local_receipt` is distributed under the BSD license.
 
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