Gatekeeper should indeed always update the refresh token with the latest
obtained from Keycloak after refreshing tokens. There's at least 3 reasons
* Key rotation - as a realm rotates its keys it will issue new refersh
tokens with the new keys on token refresh
* Max re-use - refresh tokens can be single-use as you mentioned
* Other updates - refresh tokens are opaque and the authorization server
can use it for whatever purpose it wants. We don't currently do any updates
to the claims within, but we could in the future and other authorization
servers may already do so
So, yes this is a bug in Gatekeeper
On Thu, 27 Jun 2019 at 20:18, Bruno Oliveira <bruno(a)abstractj.org> wrote:
Thank you Pedro, that helps. Now it's clear what is expected from
Token Max Reuse" when 0 is set.
On 2019-06-27, Pedro Igor Silva wrote:
> It seems to be a bug. The first time you refresh, refresh count is 0, the
> second time is 1, which is expected to fail. You should be able to
> refreshing tokens if you are using the last RT obtained from the server.
> If you look docs, this is basically a security layer to deal with
> compromised RTs.
> On Thu, Jun 27, 2019 at 1:58 PM Bruno Oliveira <bruno(a)abstractj.org>
> > Some time ago we got a bug report for Gatekeeper related with refresh
> > token revocation. Here are the steps to reproduce:
> > "In keycloak, menu Tokens, set "revoke refresh token" to ON with
> > set to 0. This means refresh token can be used only once.
> > Gain access with a session through keycloak-gatekeeper, wait token
> > expiry, try calling a resource: this works. Now wait again for a
> > token expiry. try calling a resource: failure - the refresh token has
> > expired"
> > >From my perspective, it looks like the expected behavior and not a
> > If the access token has expired in the first time, the refresh token
> > used to obtain a new one and request access to the resource. So in the
> > second request, failure should be expected.
> > So it's better to ask. What is the expected behavior when "revoke
> > refresh token" is set to 0 from the adapters? I tried to look at our
> > but couldn't find anything.
> >  - https://issues.jboss.org/browse/KEYCLOAK-9870
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