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1### -*-sh-*-
2###
3### Common key management functions.
4###
5### (c) 2011 Mark Wooding
6###
7
8###----- Licensing notice ---------------------------------------------------
9###
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10### This file is part of the distorted.org.uk key management suite.
11###
12### distorted-keys is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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13### it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
14### the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
15### (at your option) any later version.
16###
599c8f75 17### distorted-keys is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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18### but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19### MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
20### GNU General Public License for more details.
21###
22### You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
599c8f75 23### along with distorted-keys; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
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24### Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
25
26quis=${0##*/}
27
28###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
29### Configuration variables.
30
e787e19c 31## Automatically configured pathnames.
53263601 32PACKAGE="@PACKAGE@" VERSION="@VERSION@"
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33bindir="@bindir@"
34
e787e19c 35## Read user configuration.
c47f2aba 36if [ -f $ETC/keys.conf ]; then . $ETC/keys.conf; fi
599c8f75 37
e787e19c 38## Maybe turn on debugging.
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39case "${KEYS_DEBUG+t}" in t) set -x ;; esac
40
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41## Fake up caller credentials if not called via userv.
42case "${USERV_USER+t}" in
43 t) ;;
44 *) USERV_USER=${LOGNAME-${USER-$(id -un)}} USERV_UID=$(id -u) ;;
45esac
46case "${USERV_GROUP+t}" in
47 t) ;;
48 *) USERV_GROUP=$(id -Gn) USERV_GID=$(id -gn) ;;
49esac
50
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51###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
52### Cleanup handling.
53
54cleanups=""
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55cleanup () { cleanups=${cleanups+$cleanups }$1; }
56runcleanups () { for i in $cleanups; do $i; done; }
57trap 'rc=$?; runcleanups; exit $rc' EXIT
58trap 'trap "" EXIT; runcleanups; exit 127' INT TERM
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59
60###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
61### Utility functions.
62
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63reqsafe () {
64 ## Fail unless a safe directory is set.
65
66 err="$quis: (CONFIGURATION ERROR)"
67 case ${SAFE+t} in
68 t) ;;
69 *) echo >&2 "$err: no SAFE directory"; exit 1 ;;
70 esac
71 if [ ! -d "$SAFE" ]; then
72 echo >&2 "$err: SAFE path \`$SAFE' isn't a directory"
73 exit 1
74 fi
75 case "$SAFE" in
76 [!/]* | *[][[:space:]*?]*)
77 echo >&2 "$err: SAFE path \`$SAFE' contains bad characters"
78 exit 1
79 ;;
80 esac
81 ls -ld "$SAFE" | {
82 me=$(id -un)
83 read perm _ user stuff
84 case "$perm:$user" in
85 d???------:"$me") ;;
86 *)
87 echo >&2 "$err: SAFE path \`$SAFE' has bad owner or permissions"
88 exit 1
89 ;;
90 esac
91 }
92}
93
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94## Temporary directory.
95unset tmp
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96rmtmp () { case ${tmp+t} in t) cd /; rm -rf $tmp ;; esac; }
97cleanup rmtmp
53263601 98mktmp () {
c47f2aba 99 ## Make a temporary directory and store its name in `tmp'.
53263601 100
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101 case "${tmp+t}" in t) return ;; esac
102 reqsafe
103 tmp="$SAFE/keys.tmp.$$"
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104 rm -rf "$tmp"
105 mkdir -m700 "$tmp"
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106}
107
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108reqtmp () {
109 ## Fail unless a temporary directory is set.
53263601 110
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111 case ${tmp+t} in
112 t) ;;
113 *) echo >&2 "$quis (INTERNAL): no tmp directory set"; exit 127 ;;
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114 esac
115}
116
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117parse_keylabel () {
118 key=$1
119 ## Parse the key label string KEY. Set `kdir' to the base path to use for
120 ## the key's storage, and `kowner' to the key owner's name.
121
122 case "$key" in
123 *:*) kowner=${key%%:*} klabel=${key#*:} ;;
124 *) kowner=$USERV_USER klabel=$key ;;
53263601 125 esac
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126 checkword "key owner name" "$kowner"
127 checklabel "key" "$klabel"
128 kdir=$KEYS/store/$kowner/$klabel
129 knub=$KEYS/nub/$kowner/$klabel
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130}
131
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132runas () {
133 user=$1 service=$2; shift 2
134 ## If the current (effective) user is not USER then reinvoke via `userv',
135 ## as the specified service, with the remaining arguments.
136
137 case $(id -un) in
138 "$user") ;;
139 *) exec userv "$user" "$service" "$@" ;;
140 esac
141}
142
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143###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
144### Input validation functions.
145
146nl="
147"
148check () {
149 ckwhat=$1 ckpat=$2 thing=$3
150 ## Verify that THING matches the (anchored, basic) regular expression
151 ## CKPAT. Since matching newlines is hard to do portably, also check that
152 ## THING doesn't contain any. If the checks fail, report an error and
153 ## exit.
154
155 validp=t
599c8f75 156 case "$thing" in
c47f2aba 157 *"$nl"*) validp=nil ;;
11c7b588 158 *) if ! expr >/dev/null "Q$thing" : "Q$ckpat\$"; then validp=nil; fi ;;
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159 esac
160 case $validp in
161 nil) echo >&2 "$quis: bad $ckwhat \`$thing'"; exit 1 ;;
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162 esac
163}
164
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165## Regular expressions for validating input.
166R_IDENTCHARS="A-Za-z0-9_"
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167R_GOODPUNCT="!%@+="
168R_WORDCHARS="-$R_IDENTCHARS$R_GOODPUNCT"
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169R_IDENT="[$R_IDENTCHARS][$R_IDENTCHARS]*"
170R_WORD="[$R_WORDCHARS][$R_WORDCHARS]*"
09c56d3e 171R_ACLCHARS="][$R_IDENTCHARS$R_GOODPUNCT*?:.#"
c47f2aba 172R_WORDSEQ="[$R_WORDCHARS[:space:]][$R_WORDCHARS[:space:]]*"
09c56d3e 173R_ACL="[$R_ACLCHARS[:space:]-][$R_ACLCHARS[:space:]-]*"
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174R_NUMERIC='\(\([1-9][0-9]*\)\{0,1\}0\{0,1\}\)'
175R_LABEL="\($R_WORD\(/$R_WORD\)*\)"
176R_LINE=".*"
177
178## Various validation functions.
179checknumber () { check "$1" "$R_NUMERIC" "$2"; }
180checkident () { check "$1" "$R_IDENT" "$2"; }
181checkword () { check "$1" "$R_WORD" "$2"; }
182checklabel () { check "$1 label" "$R_LABEL" "$2"; }
183
53263601 184###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
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185### Key storage and properties.
186
187getsysprofile () {
188 profile=$1
189 ## Write the named system PROFILE to standard output.
190
b65e1f93 191 $bindir/extract-profile "$profile" $ETC/profile.d/
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192}
193
194setprops () {
195 what=$1 prefix=$2; shift 2
196 ## Set variables based on the NAME=VALUE assignments in the arguments. The
197 ## value for property NAME is stored in the shell variable PREFIX_NAME.
198
199 for assg in "$@"; do
200 goodp=t
201 case "$assg" in
202 *\=*) name=${assg%%=*} value=${assg#*=} ;;
203 *) goodp=nil ;;
204 esac
205 case "$goodp,$name" in t,*[!0-9A-Za-z_]*=*) goodp=nil ;; esac
206 case "$goodp" in
207 nil) echo >&2 "$quis: bad $what assignment \`$assg'"; exit 1 ;;
208 esac
209 eval "$prefix$name=\$value"
210 done
211}
53263601 212
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213checkprops () {
214 whatprop=$1 prefix=$2; shift 2
215 ## Check that property variables are set in accordance with the remaining
216 ## TABLE arguments. Each row of TABLE has the form
53263601 217 ##
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218 ## NAME OMIT PAT
219 ##
220 ## A table row is satisfied if there is a variable PREFIXNAME whose value
221 ## matces the (basic) regular expression PAT, or if the variable is unset
222 ## and OMIT is `t'.
223
224 for table in "$@"; do
225 case "$table" in ?*) ;; *) continue ;; esac
226 while read -r name omit pat; do
227 eval foundp=\${$prefix$name+t}
228 case "$foundp,$omit" in
229 ,t) continue ;;
230 ,nil)
231 echo >&2 "$quis: missing $whatprop \`$name' required"
232 exit 1
233 ;;
234 esac
235 eval value=\$$prefix$name
236 check "value for $whatprop \`$name'" "$pat" "$value"
237 done <<EOF
238$table
239EOF
240 done
241}
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243dumpprops () {
244 prefix=$1
245 ## Write the properties stored in the variables beginning with PREFIX.
246
247 set | sed -n "/^$prefix/{s/=.*\$//;p}" | sort | while read name; do
248 eval value=\$$name
249 echo "${name#$prefix}=$value"
250 done
251}
252
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253defprops () {
254 name=$1
255 ## Define a properties table NAME.
256
257 table=$(cat)
258 eval $name=\$table
259}
260
261defprops g_props <<EOF
262type nil $R_IDENT
263recovery t $R_WORDSEQ
264random t $R_WORD
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265nub_hash t $R_WORD
266nubid_hash t $R_WORD
267nub_random_bytes t $R_NUMERIC
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268acl_encrypt t $R_ACL
269acl_decrypt t $R_ACL
270acl_sign t $R_ACL
271acl_verify t $R_ACL
272acl_info t $R_ACL
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273EOF
274
275readprops () {
276 file=$1
277 ## Read a profile from a file. This doesn't check the form of the
278 ## filename, so it's not suitable for unchecked input. Properties are set
279 ## using `setprops' with prefix `kprop_'.
280
281 ## Parse the settings from the file.
282 exec 3<"$file"
283 while read line; do
284 case "$line" in "" | \#*) continue ;; esac
285 setprops "property" kprop_ "$line"
286 done <&3
287 exec 3>&-
288 checkprops "property" kprop_ "$g_props"
289
290 ## Fetch the key-type handling library.
291 if [ ! -f $KEYSLIB/ktype.$kprop_type ]; then
292 echo >&2 "$quis: unknown key type \`$kprop_type'"
293 exit 1
294 fi
295 . $KEYSLIB/ktype.$kprop_type
296 checkprops "property" kprop_ "$k_props"
297}
298
299readmeta () {
300 kdir=$1
301 ## Read key metadata from KDIR.
302
303 { read profile; } <"$kdir"/meta
304}
305
306makenub () {
307 ## Generate a key nub in the default way, and write it to standard output.
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308 ## The properties `random', `nub_random_bytes' and `nub_hash' are referred
309 ## to.
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310
311 dd 2>/dev/null \
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312 if=/dev/${kprop_random-random} bs=1 count=${kprop_nub_random_bytes-64} |
313 openssl dgst -${kprop_nub_hash-sha256} -binary |
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314 openssl base64
315}
316
317nubid () {
318 ## Compute a hash of the key nub in stdin, and write it to stdout in hex.
2a877b7f 319 ## The property `nubid_hash' is used.
c47f2aba 320
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321 ## Stupid dance because the output incompatibly grew a filename, in order
322 ## to demonstrate the same idiocy as GNU mumblesum.
323 set _ $({ echo "distorted-keys nubid"; cat -; } |
324 openssl dgst -${kprop_nubid_hash-sha256})
37ba6d05 325 if [ $# -gt 2 ]; then shift; fi
21a21fff 326 echo $2
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327}
328
329subst () {
330 what=$1 templ=$2 prefix=$3 pat=$4
331 ## Substitute option values into the template TEMPL. Each occurrence of
332 ## %{VAR} is replaced by the value of the variable PREFIXVAR. Finally, an
333 ## error is reported unless the final value matches the regular expression
334 ## PAT.
335
336 out=""
337 rest=$templ
338 while :; do
339
340 ## If there are no more markers to substitute, then finish.
341 case "$rest" in *"%{"*"}"*) ;; *) out=$out$rest; break ;; esac
342
343 ## Split the template into three parts.
344 left=${rest%%\%\{*} right=${rest#*\%\{}
345 var=${right%%\}*} rest=${right#*\}}
346 case "$var" in
347 *-*) default=${var#*-} var=${var%%-*} defaultp=t ;;
348 *) defaultp=nil ;;
349 esac
350
351 ## Find the variable value.
352 checkident "template variable name" "$var"
353 eval foundp=\${$prefix$var+t}
354 case $foundp,$defaultp in
355 t,*) eval value=\$$prefix$var ;;
356 ,t) value=$default ;;
357 *)
358 echo >&2 "$quis: option \`$var' unset, used in template \`$templ'"
359 exit 1
360 ;;
361 esac
362
363 ## Do the substitution.
364 out=$out$left$value
365 done
366
367 ## Check the final result.
368 check "$what" "$pat" "$out"
369
370 ## Done.
371 echo "$out"
372}
373
374read_profile () {
e9cf7079 375 owner=$1 profile=$2
c47f2aba 376 ## Read property settings from a profile. The PROFILE name has the form
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377 ## [USER:]LABEL; USER defaults to OWNER. Properties are set using
378 ## `setprops' with prefix `kprop_'.
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379
380 reqtmp
381 case "$profile" in
382 :*)
383 label=${profile#:} uservp=nil
384 ;;
53263601 385 *)
e9cf7079 386 user=$kowner label=$profile uservp=t
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387 ;;
388 *:*)
389 user=${profile%%:*} label=${profile#*:} uservp=t
390 ;;
391 esac
392 checkword "profile label" "$label"
393
394 ## Fetch the profile settings from the user.
395 reqtmp
396 case $uservp in
397 t)
398 checkword "profile user" "$user"
21a21fff 399 userv "$user" cryptop-profile "$label" >$tmp/profile </dev/null
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400 ;;
401 nil)
b65e1f93 402 $bindir/extract-profile "$label" $ETC/profile.d/ >$tmp/profile
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403 ;;
404 esac
405
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406 ## Read the file.
407 readprops $tmp/profile
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408}
409
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410###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
411### General crypto operations.
412
413c_genkey () {
414 profile=$1 kdir=$2 knub=$3 hook=$4; shift 4
415 ## Generate a key, and associate it with the named PROFILE (which is
416 ## assumed already to have been read!); store the main data in KDIR, and
417 ## the nub separately in the file KNUB; run HOOK after generation, passing
418 ## it the working key directory and nub file. Remaining arguments are
419 ## options to the key type.
420
421 ## Set options and check them.
422 setprops "option" kopt_ "$@"
423 checkprops "option" kopt_ "$k_genopts"
424
425 ## Create directory structure and start writing metadata.
426 rm -rf "$kdir.new"
427 mkdir -m755 -p "$kdir.new"
428 case "$knub" in */*) mkdir -m700 -p "${knub%/*}" ;; esac
429 cat >"$kdir.new/meta" <<EOF
430$profile
431EOF
53263601 432
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433 ## Generate the key.
434 umask=$(umask); umask 077; >"$knub.new"; umask $umask
435 k_generate "$kdir.new" "$knub.new"
436 $hook "$kdir.new" "$knub.new"
437
438 ## Hash the nub.
439 nubid <"$knub.new" >"$kdir.new/nubid"
440
441 ## Juggle everything into place. Doing this atomically is very difficult,
442 ## and requires more machinery than I can really justify here. If
443 ## something goes wrong halfway, it should always be possible to fix it,
444 ## either by backing out (if $kdir.new still exists) or pressing on
445 ## forwards (if not).
446 rm -rf "$kdir.old"
447 if [ -e "$kdir" ]; then mv "$kdir" "$kdir.old"; fi
448 mv "$kdir.new" "$kdir"
449 mv "$knub.new" "$knub"
450 rm -rf "$kdir.old"
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451}
452
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453c_encrypt () { k_encrypt "$@"; }
454c_decrypt () {
455 if k_decrypt "$@" >$tmp/plain; then cat $tmp/plain
456 else return $?
457 fi
458}
459c_sign () { k_sign "$@"; }
460c_verify () { k_verify "$@"; }
461
462## Stub implementations.
463notsupp () { op=$1; echo >&2 "$quis: operation \`$op' not supported"; }
464k_info () { :; }
fff6c653 465k_import () { :; }
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466k_encrypt () { notsupp encrypt; }
467k_decrypt () { notsupp decrypt; }
468k_sign () { notsupp sign; }
469k_verify () { notsupp verify; }
470
471prepare () {
472 key=$1 op=$2
473 ## Prepare for a crypto operation OP, using the KEY. This validates the
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474 ## key label, reads the profile, and checks the access-control list. If OP
475 ## is `-' then allow the operation unconditionally.
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476
477 ## Find the key properties.
478 parse_keylabel "$key"
479 if [ ! -d $kdir ]; then echo >&2 "$quis: unknown key \`$key'"; exit 1; fi
480 readmeta $kdir
e9cf7079 481 read_profile $kowner "$profile"
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482
483 ## Check whether we're allowed to do this thing. This is annoyingly
484 ## fiddly.
5cff41ea 485 case $op in -) return ;; esac
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486 eval acl=\${kprop_acl_$op-!owner}
487 verdict=forbid
488 while :; do
489
490 ## Remove leading whitespace.
491 while :; do
492 case "$acl" in
493 [[:space:]]*) acl=${acl#?} ;;
494 *) break ;;
495 esac
496 done
497
498 ## If there's nothing left, leave.
499 case "$acl" in ?*) ;; *) break ;; esac
500
501 ## Split off the leading word.
502 case "$acl" in
503 *[[:space:]]*) word=${acl%%[[:space:]]*} acl=${acl#*[[:space:]]} ;;
504 *) word=$acl acl="" ;;
505 esac
506
507 ## See what sense it has if it matches.
508 case "$word" in
509 -*) sense=forbid rest=${word#-} ;;
510 *) sense=allow rest=$word ;;
511 esac
512
513 ## See whether the calling user matches.
514 case "$rest" in
515 !owner) pat=$kowner list=$USERV_USER ;;
516 !*) echo >&2 "$quis: unknown ACL token \`$word'" ;;
517 %*) pat=${rest#%} list="$USERV_GROUP $USERV_GID" ;;
518 *) pat=$rest list="$USERV_USER $USERV_UID" ;;
519 esac
520 matchp=nil
521 for i in $list; do case "$i" in $pat) matchp=t; break ;; esac; done
522 case $matchp in t) verdict=$sense; break ;; esac
523 done
524
525 case $verdict in
68023101 526 forbid) echo >&2 "$quis: $op access to key \`$key' forbidden"; exit 1 ;;
c47f2aba 527 esac
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528}
529
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530###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
531### Crypto operations for infrastructure purposes.
532
533c_sysprofile () {
534 profile=$1
535 ## Select the profile in FILE for future crypto operations.
53263601 536
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537 unset $(set | sed -n '/^kprop_/s/=.*$//p')
538 reqtmp
539 getsysprofile "$profile" >$tmp/profile
540 readprops $tmp/profile
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541}
542
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543c_gensyskey () {
544 profile=$1 kdir=$2 knub=$3; shift 3
545 ## Generate a system key using PROFILE; store the data in KDIR and the nub
546 ## in KNUB. Remaining arguments are options.
53263601 547
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548 c_sysprofile "$profile"
549 c_genkey "$profile" "$kdir" "$knub" : "$@"
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550}
551
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552c_sysprepare () {
553 kdir=$1
554 readmeta "$kdir"
555 c_sysprofile "$profile"
556}
599c8f75 557
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558c_sysop () {
559 op=$1 kdir=$2; shift 1
560 c_sysprepare "$kdir"
561 c_$op "$@"
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562}
563
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564c_sysencrypt () { c_sysop encrypt "$1" /dev/null; }
565c_sysdecrypt () { c_sysop decrypt "$1" "$2"; }
566c_syssign () { c_sysop sign "$1" "$2"; }
567c_sysverify () { c_sysop verify "$1" /dev/null; }
568
569###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
570### Recovery operations.
571
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572sharethresh () {
573 pf=$1
574 ## Return the sharing threshold from the parameter file PARAM.
575
576 read param <"$pf"
577 case "$param" in
578 shamir-params:*) ;;
579 *)
580 echo >&2 "$quis: secret sharing parameter file damaged (wrong header)"
581 exit 1
582 ;;
583 esac
584 t=";${param#*:}"
585 case "$t" in
586 *";t="*) ;;
587 *)
588 echo >&2 "$quis: secret sharing parameter file damaged (missing t)"
589 exit 1
590 ;;
591 esac
592 t=${t#*;t=}
593 t=${t%%;*}
594 echo "$t"
595}
596
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597stash () {
598 recov=$1 label=$2
599 ## Stash a copy of stdin encrypted under the recovery key RECOV, with a
600 ## given LABEL.
601 checkword "recovery key label" "$recov"
602 checklabel "secret" "$label"
603
604 rdir=$KEYS/recov/$recov/current
605 if [ ! -d $rdir/store ]; then
606 echo >&2 "$quis: unknown recovery key \`$recov'"
607 exit 1
608 fi
609 case $label in */*) mkdir -m755 -p $rdir/${label%/*} ;; esac
610 (c_sysencrypt $rdir/store >$rdir/$label.new)
611 mv $rdir/$label.new $rdir/$label.recov
612}
599c8f75 613
c47f2aba 614recover () {
ae0eb898 615 recov=$1 inst=$2 label=$3
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616 ## Recover a stashed secret, protected by RECOV and stored as LABEL, and
617 ## write it to stdout.
618 checkword "recovery key label" "$recov"
ae0eb898 619 checkword "recovery instance" "$inst"
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620 checklabel "secret" "$label"
621
ae0eb898 622 rdir=$KEYS/recov/$recov/$inst
c47f2aba 623 if [ ! -f $rdir/$label.recov ]; then
ae0eb898 624 echo >&2 "$quis: no blob for \`$label' under recovery key \`$recov/$inst'"
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625 exit 1
626 fi
627 reqsafe
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628 tag=$recov.$inst
629 nub=$SAFE/keys.reveal/$tag/nub
c47f2aba 630 if [ ! -f $nub ]; then
ae0eb898 631 echo >&2 "$quis: current recovery key \`$recov/$inst' not revealed"
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632 exit 1;
633 fi
634 mktmp
635 c_sysdecrypt $rdir/store $nub <$rdir/$label.recov
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636}
637
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638###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
639### Help text.
640
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641defhelp () {
642 read umsg
865fd3f4 643 usage=$umsg
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644 help=$(cat)
645 case "$KEYS_HELP" in t) help; exit ;; esac
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646}
647
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648help () { showhelp; }
649showhelp () {
650 cat <<EOF
865fd3f4 651Usage: $quis${usage:+ $usage}
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652
653$help
654EOF
655}
656
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657usage () {
658 : ${cmdargs=$usage}
659 echo "usage: $quis${cmdname:+ $cmdname}${cmdargs:+ $cmdargs}"
660}
661usage_err () { usage >&2; exit 1; }
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663###--------------------------------------------------------------------------
664### Subcommand handling.
665
666version () {
667 echo "$PACKAGE version $VERSION"
668}
669
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670unset cmdargs
671unset cmdname
672cmds=""
673defcmd () {
674 cmd=$1; shift; args=$*
675 help=$(cat)
676 eval help_$cmd=\$help
677 cmds="${cmds:+$cmds
678}$cmd $args"
679}
680
681defcmd help "[COMMAND ...]" <<EOF
682Show help about the COMMANDs, or about $quis if none are named.
683EOF
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684cmd_help () {
685 rc=0
686 version
687 case $# in
688 0)
689 cat <<EOF
690
865fd3f4 691Usage: $quis${usage:+ $usage}
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693Options:
694 -h Show this help text.
695 -v Show the program version number.
696
865fd3f4 697Commands provided:
c47f2aba 698EOF
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699 while read cmd args; do echo " $cmd${args:+ $args}"; done <<EOF
700$cmds
701EOF
702 case ${prefix+t} in
703 t)
704 cd $KEYSLIB
705 for i in $prefix.*; do
706 if [ ! -x "$i" ]; then continue; fi
707 sed -n "/<<HELP/{n;s/^/ ${i#$prefix.} /;p;q;}" "$i"
708 done
709 ;;
710 esac
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711 ;;
712 *)
865fd3f4 713 for cmd in "$@"; do
c47f2aba 714 echo
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715 foundp=nil
716 while read cmdname cmdargs; do
717 case $cmdname in "$cmd") foundp=t; break ;; esac
718 done <<EOF
719$cmds
720EOF
721 case $foundp in
722 t)
723 eval help=\$help_$cmdname; echo "$help"
724 ;;
725 nil)
726 if [ ! -x "$KEYSLIB/$prefix.$cmd" ]; then
727 echo >&2 "$quis: unrecognized command \`$cmd'"
728 rc=1
729 continue
730 elif ! KEYS_HELP=t "$KEYSLIB/$prefix.$cmd"; then
731 rc=1
732 fi
733 ;;
734 esac
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735 done
736 ;;
737 esac
738 return $rc
739}
740
741dispatch () {
865fd3f4 742 case $# in 0) usage_err ;; esac
c47f2aba 743 cmd=$1; shift
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744 foundp=nil
745 while read cmdname cmdargs; do
746 case $cmdname in "$cmd") foundp=t; break ;; esac
747 done <<EOF
748$cmds
749EOF
750 case $foundp in
751 t)
752 OPTIND=1
753 cmd_$cmdname "$@"
754 ;;
755 nil)
756 if [ ! -x "$KEYSLIB/$prefix.$cmd" ]; then
757 echo >&2 "$quis: unrecognized command \`$cmd'"
758 exit 1
759 fi
760 unset KEYS_HELP
761 exec "$KEYSLIB/$prefix.$cmd" "$@"
762 ;;
763 esac
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764}
765
53263601 766###----- That's all, folks --------------------------------------------------