Commit 5bbe7a89 authored by Florian Duguet's avatar Florian Duguet Committed by Romain Bignon

[amazon] manage otp

make difference between otp which occur just for the first time
and otp enabled by user, which is always present
parent 9210feac
......@@ -21,7 +21,9 @@ from __future__ import unicode_literals
from datetime import date
from weboob.browser import LoginBrowser, URL, need_login, StatesMixin
from weboob.exceptions import BrowserIncorrectPassword, BrowserUnavailable, ImageCaptchaQuestion, BrowserQuestion
from weboob.exceptions import (
BrowserIncorrectPassword, BrowserUnavailable, ImageCaptchaQuestion, BrowserQuestion, ActionNeeded
from import Value
from weboob.browser.browsers import ClientError
......@@ -85,6 +87,11 @@ class AmazonBrowser(LoginBrowser, StatesMixin):
self.location('/ap/signin', data=res_form, headers=self.otp_headers)
def handle_security(self):
otp_type =
if otp_type == '/ap/signin':
# this otp will be always present until user deactivate it
raise ActionNeeded('You have enabled otp in your options, please deactivate it before synchronize')
......@@ -45,9 +45,20 @@ class PanelPage(LoggedPage, HTMLPage):
class SecurityPage(HTMLPage):
def get_otp_type(self):
# amazon send us otp in two cases:
# - if it's the first time we connect to this account for an ip => manage it normally
# - if user has activated otp in his options => raise ActionNeeded, an ask user to deactivate it
form = self.get_form(xpath='//form[.//h1]')
url = form.url.replace(self.browser.BASEURL, '')
# verify: this otp is sent by amazon when we connect to the account for the first time from a new ip or computer
# /ap/signin: this otp is a user activated otp which is always present
assert url in ('verify', '/ap/signin'), url
return url
def get_otp_message(self):
message = self.doc.xpath('//div[@class="a-box-inner"]/p')
return message[0] if message else None
return CleanText('//div[@class="a-box-inner"]/p')(self.doc)
def send_code(self):
form = self.get_form()
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