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<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta name="timeout" content="long">
<title>Crash tests PaymentRequest Constructor</title>
<link rel="help" href="https://w3c.github.io/browser-payment-api/#constructor">
<script src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
<script>
/**
    dictionary PaymentItem {
        required DOMString             label;
        required PaymentCurrencyAmount amount;
                 boolean               pending = false;
    };

    dictionary PaymentDetailsBase {
        sequence<PaymentItem>            displayItems;
        sequence<PaymentShippingOption>  shippingOptions;
        sequence<PaymentDetailsModifier> modifiers;
    };

    dictionary PaymentCurrencyAmount {
        required DOMString currency;
        required DOMString value;
    };
**/

"use strict";
const ABUSIVE_AMOUNT = 100000;

const applePay = {
  supportedMethods: "https://apple.com/apple-pay",
  data: {
    version: 3,
    merchantIdentifier: "merchant.com.example",
    countryCode: "US",
    merchantCapabilities: ["supports3DS"],
    supportedNetworks: ["visa"],
  }
};

const basicCard = Object.freeze({
  supportedMethods: "basic-card",
});

const defaultAmount = Object.freeze({
  currency: "USD",
  value: "1.00",
});

const evilAmount = Object.freeze({
  currency: "USD",
  value: "1".repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT),
});

const defaultMethods = Object.freeze([basicCard, applePay]);

const defaultTotal = Object.freeze({
  label: "label",
  amount: defaultAmount,
});

const evilTotal = Object.freeze({
  label: "a".repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT),
  amount: evilAmount,
});

const defaultDetails = Object.freeze({
  total: defaultTotal,
  get id() {
    return Math.random();
  },
});

const defaultPaymentItem = Object.freeze({
  label: "label",
  amount: defaultAmount,
});

const defaultShippingOption = {
  get id() {
    return "shipping option " + Math.random();
  },
  amount: defaultAmount,
  label: "shipping option label",
};

// First argument is sequence<PaymentMethodData> methodData
test(() => {
  let evilMethods = [Object.assign({}, basicCard)];
  // smoke test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(evilMethods, defaultDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, let's add an abusive amount of methods.
  while (evilMethods.length < ABUSIVE_AMOUNT) {
    evilMethods = evilMethods.concat(evilMethods);
  }
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(evilMethods, defaultDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if there is an abusive number of payment methods in the methodData sequence");

// PaymentMethodData.supportedMethods
test(() => {
  const supportedMethods = "basic-card";
  // Smoke test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest([{ supportedMethods }], defaultDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make supportedMethods super large
  const evilMethodData = [
    {
      supportedMethods: supportedMethods.repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT),
    },
  ];
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(evilMethodData, defaultDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if PaymentMethodData.supportedMethods is an abusive length");

// PaymentDetailsInit.id
test(() => {
  const id = "abc";
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(
      defaultMethods,
      Object.assign({}, defaultDetails, { id })
    );
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make the id super large;
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails, {
    id: id.repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT),
  });
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if the request id has an abusive length");

// PaymentDetailsInit.total.label
test(() => {
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make the label super large;
  evilDetails.total = {
    label: "l".repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT),
    amount: defaultAmount,
  };
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if PaymentDetailsInit.total.label is an abusive length");

test(() => {
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we can use evilAmount
  evilDetails.total = evilAmount;
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if total.amount.value is an abusive length");

for (const [prop, defaultValue] of [
  ["displayItems", defaultPaymentItem],
  ["shippingOptions", defaultShippingOption],
]) {
  test(() => {
    const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
    evilDetails[prop] = [defaultValue];
    // Smoke Test
    try {
      new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
    } catch (err) {
      assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
    }
    while (evilDetails[prop].length < ABUSIVE_AMOUNT) {
      evilDetails[prop] = evilDetails[prop].concat(evilDetails[prop]);
    }
    // Now, construct with evil items!
    try {
      new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
    } catch (err) {
      assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
    }
  }, `Don't crash if details.${prop} has an abusive number of items`);
}

test(() => {
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
  const evilShippingOption = Object.assign({}, defaultShippingOption);
  evilDetails.shippingOptions = [evilShippingOption];
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make the label super large;
  evilShippingOption.label = "l".repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT);
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if PaymentShippingOptions.label is an abusive length");

test(() => {
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
  const evilShippingOption = Object.assign({}, defaultShippingOption);
  evilDetails.shippingOptions = [evilShippingOption];
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make use of evilAmount;
  evilShippingOption.amount = evilAmount;
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if the PaymentShippingOptions.amount.value is an abusive length");

test(() => {
  const evilDetails = Object.assign({}, defaultDetails);
  const evilDisplayItem = Object.assign({}, defaultPaymentItem);
  evilDetails.displayItems = [evilDisplayItem];
  // Smoke Test
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_unreached("failed smoke test: " + err.stack);
  }
  // Now, we make the label super large;
  evilDisplayItem.label = "l".repeat(ABUSIVE_AMOUNT);
  try {
    new PaymentRequest(defaultMethods, evilDetails);
  } catch (err) {
    assert_equals(err.name, "TypeError", "must be a TypeError");
  }
}, "Don't crash if PaymentItem.label is an abusive length");
</script>