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Cognito "confirmDevice" error: "Invalid device credentials given"

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I have a Cognito User Pool working with MFA enabled (optional), and I am currently working on setting up Device Tracking so that users can bypass MFA for trusted devices ("Allow users to bypass MFA for trusted devices" set to "Yes").

I am using the AWS SDK for Ruby, and can successfully step through the admin_initiate_auth and admin_respond_to_auth_challenge steps. When I run confirm_device I am getting an exception:

Invalid device credentials given, no credentials given

Searching on Google for the exception message, I've so far been unable to find any examples of error message for Cognito.

The code I'm using:

class Cognito
  attr_reader :client,
              :user_pool_id,
              :app_client_id,
              :app_client_secret

  def initialize
    @client = Aws::CognitoIdentityProvider::Client.new(
      region: ENV['AWS_REGION'],
      access_key_id: ENV['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'],
      secret_access_key: ENV['AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY']
    )
    @user_pool_id = ENV['AWS_USER_POOL_ID']
    @app_client_id = ENV["AWS_APP_CLIENT_ID"]
    @app_client_secret = ENV["AWS_APP_CLIENT_SECRET_KEY"]
  end

  class << self
    def secret_hash(username)
      cognito = self.new
      Base64.strict_encode64(OpenSSL::HMAC.digest('sha256', cognito.app_client_secret, username + cognito.app_client_id))
    end

    def authenticate(username:, password:)
      cognito = self.new
      user_object = {
        USERNAME: username,
        PASSWORD: password,
        SECRET_HASH: Cognito.secret_hash(username),
      }
      auth_object = {
        user_pool_id: cognito.user_pool_id,
        client_id: cognito.app_client_id,
        auth_flow: "ADMIN_NO_SRP_AUTH",
        auth_parameters: user_object,
      }
      cognito.client.admin_initiate_auth(auth_object)
    end

    def admin_respond_to_auth_challenge(session:, mfa_code:, username:)
      cognito = self.new
      cognito.client.admin_respond_to_auth_challenge({
        user_pool_id: cognito.user_pool_id,
        client_id: cognito.app_client_id,
        challenge_name: "SMS_MFA", # required, accepts SMS_MFA, SOFTWARE_TOKEN_MFA, SELECT_MFA_TYPE, MFA_SETUP, PASSWORD_VERIFIER, CUSTOM_CHALLENGE, DEVICE_SRP_AUTH, DEVICE_PASSWORD_VERIFIER, ADMIN_NO_SRP_AUTH, NEW_PASSWORD_REQUIRED
        challenge_responses: {
          "SMS_MFA_CODE" => mfa_code,
          "USERNAME" => username,
          "SECRET_HASH" => Cognito.secret_hash(username),
        },
        session: session,
        context_data: {
          # TODO get these from request.
          ip_address: "127.0.0.1", # required
          server_name: "localhost", # required
          server_path: "https://127.0.0.1/", # required
          http_headers: [ # required
            {
              header_name: "StringType",
              header_value: "StringType",
            },
          ],
        },
      })
    end

    def confirm_device(device_key:, access_token:, device_name: nil)
      cognito = self.new
      cognito.client.confirm_device({
        device_key: device_key,
        access_token: access_token,
        device_name: device_name,
      })
    end
  end
end

And called with:


r = Cognito.authenticate(username: 'user.email@gmail.com', password: "Password1")

challenge = Cognito.admin_respond_to_auth_challenge(session: r.session, mfa_code: "123456", username: 'user.email@gmail.com')

confirm = Cognito.confirm_device(device_key: challenge.authentication_result.new_device_metadata.device_key, access_token: challenge.authentication_result.access_token, device_name: "John's Machine")

With the full error being:

/Users/myname/.rbenv/versions/3.1.2/lib/ruby/gems/3.1.0/gems/aws-sdk-core-3.126.0/lib/seahorse/client/plugins/raise_response_errors.rb:17:in `call': Invalid device credentials given, no credentials given (Aws::CognitoIdentityProvider::Errors::InvalidParameterException)

I'm not sure what credentials I'm missing. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you.

1 Answers
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Hi JPF,

Are you able to figure out the issue? I ran into the same error.

Thanks

answered 11 days ago

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