[Openid-specs-ab] Potential ambiguity with how nonce is handled on refresh
wdenniss at google.com
Sat Apr 21 06:34:39 UTC 2018
Ok, I have:
I proposed some text as well.
On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 7:53 PM, n-sakimura <n-sakimura at nri.co.jp> wrote:
> Good catch. Please put it in the issue tracker.
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> *Subject:* [Openid-specs-ab] Potential ambiguity with how nonce is
> handled on refresh
> Currently the OpenID Specification in section 12.2 documents how the ID
> Token processing differs when the ID Token is received during refresh.
> 'nonce' is not listed as one of the modified behaviors, thus the reader
> may think it falls under the catch all "otherwise, the same rules apply as
> apply when issuing an ID Token at the time of the original authentication."
> However, most token endpoints only return the 'nonce' in the ID Token
> issued in response to the authorization_code grant type (which makes sense).
> The definition of nonce in Section 2 clearly associates it with the
> Authorization Request but it may leave some ambiguity along the lines of
> "do the nonce rules apply to the token response when if the authorization
> request had a 'nonce', with is true for several other ID Token claims?)
> Should we explicitly document in section 12.2 that 'nonce' is not expected
> to be present in ID Tokens returned for the refresh_token grant type?
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