Source code for azure.identity._credentials.user_password

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# Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.
# Licensed under the MIT License.
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from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

from .._internal import InteractiveCredential, wrap_exceptions

    from typing import Any

[docs]class UsernamePasswordCredential(InteractiveCredential): """Authenticates a user with a username and password. In general, Microsoft doesn't recommend this kind of authentication, because it's less secure than other authentication flows. Authentication with this credential is not interactive, so it is **not compatible with any form of multi-factor authentication or consent prompting**. The application must already have consent from the user or a directory admin. This credential can only authenticate work and school accounts; Microsoft accounts are not supported. See this document for more information about account types: :param str client_id: the application's client ID :param str username: the user's username (usually an email address) :param str password: the user's password :keyword str authority: Authority of an Azure Active Directory endpoint, for example '', the authority for Azure Public Cloud (which is the default). :class:`~azure.identity.AzureAuthorityHosts` defines authorities for other clouds. :keyword str tenant_id: tenant ID or a domain associated with a tenant. If not provided, defaults to the 'organizations' tenant, which supports only Azure Active Directory work or school accounts. :keyword cache_persistence_options: configuration for persistent token caching. If unspecified, the credential will cache tokens in memory. :paramtype cache_persistence_options: ~azure.identity.TokenCachePersistenceOptions """ def __init__(self, client_id, username, password, **kwargs): # type: (str, str, str, Any) -> None # The base class will accept an AuthenticationRecord, allowing this credential to authenticate silently the # first time it's asked for a token. However, we want to ensure this first authentication is not silent, to # validate the given password. This class therefore doesn't document the authentication_record argument, and we # discard it here. kwargs.pop("authentication_record", None) super(UsernamePasswordCredential, self).__init__(client_id=client_id, **kwargs) self._username = username self._password = password @wrap_exceptions def _request_token(self, *scopes, **kwargs): # type: (*str, **Any) -> dict app = self._get_app() return app.acquire_token_by_username_password( username=self._username, password=self._password, scopes=list(scopes), claims_challenge=kwargs.get("claims"), )