WSFed error: The expiration time is before or equal to the creation time.

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Version Affected:  9.0.2, 9.1, 9.2

Description:  

When setting a non integer value for "SAML Valid Hours" on a WSFed realm (e.g. 0.25 for 15 minutes)

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the realm will produce this error on post authentication

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and the following can be observed in the debug log:

LogChannel="SA_DEBUG" FormatVersion="0.0.1" EventID="40999" Timestamp="2020-07-13T10:50:24.860Z" CompanyID="" ApplianceID="" Realm="" UserID="" BrowserSession="" StateMachineID="" RequestID="" UserHostAddress="" Message="[WSFedService].[Start]: Exception occurred, System.IdentityModel.Protocols.WSTrust.InvalidRequestException: ID2077: The computed lifetime has a creation time of '13/07/2020 10:50:24' and an expiration time of '13/07/2020 10:50:24'. The expiration time is before or equal to the creation time. If you need to specify such a lifetime, override SecurityTokenService.GetTokenLifetime and provide custom verification.
  at System.IdentityModel.SecurityTokenService.VerifyComputedLifetime(DateTime created, DateTime expires)
  at System.IdentityModel.SecurityTokenService.GetTokenLifetime(Lifetime requestLifetime)
  at System.IdentityModel.SecurityTokenService.Issue(ClaimsPrincipal principal, RequestSecurityToken request)
  at System.IdentityModel.Services.FederatedPassiveSecurityTokenServiceOperations.ProcessSignInRequest(SignInRequestMessage requestMessage, ClaimsPrincipal principal, SecurityTokenService sts, WSFederationSerializer federationSerializer)
  at SecureAuth.IdentityModel.WSFederation.WSFedService.StartSignIn(SignInRequestMessage msg, GenericPrincipal gp)
  at SecureAuth.IdentityModel.WSFederation.WSFedService.Start()"

 

 

Cause:  

Product Defect EE-532 & EE-1830

 

Resolution:  

Addressed in the following hotfix packages:

9.0.2.98

9.1.0-58

9.2.0-35

 

 

Special Considerations:

IdP version 9.3, 19.07+ are unaffected as the fix is already incorporated into the main code.

 

 

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