Commit 4e34034b authored by ale's avatar ale

First stage of refactor targeting simplicity

Structure flow around requests themselves and composition rather than
handlers and wrappers, the results are likely more readable (and
shorter).

Move all the user auth management business logic to a smart RawUser
object, to separate it from details of API handling. The result should
be more understandable: all critical changes are contained within a
single type.

Also, with all the workflow driven by Requests, we can get rid of the
boilerplate in the HTTP API server and replace it with a tiny tiny
layer of reflection.
parent 6f16cef4
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package accountserver
import (
"context"
"errors"
"log"
"git.autistici.org/ai3/go-common/pwhash"
)
// CreateResourcesRequest lets administrators create one or more resources.
type CreateResourcesRequest struct {
AdminRequestBase
Resources []*Resource `json:"resources"`
}
// CreateResourcesResponse is the response type for CreateResourcesRequest.
type CreateResourcesResponse struct {
// Resources to create. All must either be global resources
// (no user ownership), or belong to the same user.
Resources []*Resource `json:"resources"`
}
func (r *CreateResourcesRequest) getOwner(rctx *RequestContext) (*RawUser, error) {
// Fetch the user associated with the first resource (if
// any). Since resource validation might reference other
// resources, we need to provide it with a view of what the
// future resources will be. So we merge the resources from
// the database with those from the request, using a local
// copy of the User object.
if len(r.Resources) > 0 {
if owner := r.Resources[0].ID.User(); owner != "" {
u, err := getUserOrDie(rctx.Context, rctx.TX, owner)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
user := *u
user.Resources = mergeResources(u.Resources, r.Resources)
return &user, nil
}
}
return nil, nil
}
// Validate the request.
func (r *CreateResourcesRequest) Validate(rctx *RequestContext) error {
var owner string
user, err := r.getOwner(rctx)
if err != nil {
return err
}
var tplUser *User
if user != nil {
owner = user.Name
tplUser = &user.User
}
for _, rsrc := range r.Resources {
rctx.resourceTemplates.applyTemplate(rctx.Context, rsrc, tplUser)
// Check same-user ownership.
if rsrc.ID.User() != owner {
return errors.New("resources owned by different users")
}
// Validate the resource.
if err := rctx.resourceValidator.validateResource(rctx.Context, rsrc, tplUser); err != nil {
log.Printf("validation error while creating resource %+v: %v", rsrc, err)
return err
}
}
return nil
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *CreateResourcesRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
var resp CreateResourcesResponse
for _, rsrc := range r.Resources {
if err := rctx.TX.CreateResource(rctx.Context, rsrc); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
//s.audit.Log(ctx, r.ID, "resource created")
resp.Resources = append(resp.Resources, rsrc)
}
return &resp, nil
}
// Merge two resource lists by ID (the second one wins), return a new list.
func mergeResources(a, b []*Resource) []*Resource {
tmp := make(map[string]*Resource)
for _, l := range [][]*Resource{a, b} {
for _, r := range l {
tmp[r.ID.String()] = r
}
}
out := make([]*Resource, 0, len(tmp))
for _, r := range tmp {
out = append(out, r)
}
return out
}
// CreateUserRequest lets administrators create a new user along with the
// associated resources.
type CreateUserRequest struct {
AdminRequestBase
User *User `json:"user"`
}
// applyTemplate fills in default values for the resources in the request.
func (r *CreateUserRequest) applyTemplate(rctx *RequestContext) error {
// Some fields should be always unset because there are
// specific methods to modify them.
r.User.Has2FA = false
r.User.HasOTP = false
r.User.HasEncryptionKeys = true // set to true so that resetPassword will create keys.
r.User.PasswordRecoveryHint = ""
r.User.AppSpecificPasswords = nil
r.User.U2FRegistrations = nil
if r.User.Lang == "" {
r.User.Lang = "en"
}
// Allocate a new user ID.
uid, err := rctx.TX.NextUID(rctx.Context)
if err != nil {
return err
}
r.User.UID = uid
// Apply templates to all resources in the request.
for _, rsrc := range r.User.Resources {
rctx.resourceTemplates.applyTemplate(rctx.Context, rsrc, r.User)
}
return nil
}
// Validate the request.
func (r *CreateUserRequest) Validate(rctx *RequestContext) error {
if err := r.applyTemplate(rctx); err != nil {
return err
}
// Validate the user *and* all resources.
if err := rctx.userValidator(rctx.Context, r.User); err != nil {
log.Printf("validation error while creating user %+v: %v", r.User, err)
return err
}
for _, rsrc := range r.User.Resources {
if err := rctx.resourceValidator.validateResource(rctx.Context, rsrc, r.User); err != nil {
log.Printf("validation error while creating resource %+v: %v", rsrc, err)
return err
}
}
return nil
}
// CreateUserResponse is the response type for CreateUserRequest.
type CreateUserResponse struct {
User *User `json:"user,omitempty"`
Password string `json:"password"`
}
// Serve the request
func (r *CreateUserRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
var resp CreateUserResponse
// Create the user first, along with all the resources.
if err := rctx.TX.CreateUser(rctx.Context, r.User); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
resp.User = r.User
// Now set a password for the user and return it, and
// set random passwords for all the resources
// (currently, we don't care about those, the user
// will reset them later). However, we could return
// them in the response as well, if necessary.
u := &RawUser{User: *r.User}
newPassword := randomPassword()
if err := u.resetPassword(rctx.Context, rctx.TX, newPassword); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
resp.Password = newPassword
//s.audit.Log(ctx, ResourceID{}, "user created")
for _, rsrc := range r.User.Resources {
//rctx.audit.Log(ctx, r.ID, "resource created")
if resourceHasPassword(rsrc) {
if _, err := doResetResourcePassword(rctx.Context, rctx.TX, rsrc); err != nil {
// Just log, don't fail.
log.Printf("can't set random password for resource %s: %v", rsrc.ID, err)
}
}
}
return &resp, nil
}
func doResetResourcePassword(ctx context.Context, tx TX, rsrc *Resource) (string, error) {
newPassword := randomPassword()
encPassword := pwhash.Encrypt(newPassword)
// TODO: this needs a resource type-switch.
if err := tx.SetResourcePassword(ctx, rsrc, encPassword); err != nil {
return "", err
}
return newPassword, nil
}
package accountserver
import (
"errors"
"fmt"
)
// setResourceStatus sets the status of a single resource (shared
// logic between enable / disable resource methods).
func setResourceStatus(rctx *RequestContext, status string) error {
rsrc := rctx.Resource
rsrc.Status = status
if err := rctx.TX.UpdateResource(rctx.Context, rsrc); err != nil {
return err
}
rctx.audit.Log(rctx, rsrc.ID, fmt.Sprintf("status set to %s", status))
return nil
}
// DisableResourceRequest disables a resource belonging to the user.
type DisableResourceRequest struct {
ResourceRequestBase
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *DisableResourceRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
return nil, setResourceStatus(rctx, ResourceStatusInactive)
}
// EnableResourceRequest enables a resource belonging to the user (admin-only).
type EnableResourceRequest struct {
AdminResourceRequestBase
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *EnableResourceRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
return nil, setResourceStatus(rctx, ResourceStatusActive)
}
// ResetResourcePasswordRequest will reset the password associated
// with a resource (if the resource type supports it). It will
// generate a random password and return it to the caller.
type ResetResourcePasswordRequest struct {
ResourceRequestBase
}
// ResetResourcePasswordResponse is the response type for
// ResetResourcePasswordRequest.
type ResetResourcePasswordResponse struct {
Password string `json:"password"`
}
func resourceHasPassword(r *Resource) bool {
switch r.ID.Type() {
case ResourceTypeDAV, ResourceTypeDatabase, ResourceTypeMailingList:
return true
default:
return false
}
}
// Validate the request.
func (r *ResetResourcePasswordRequest) Validate(_ *RequestContext) error {
switch r.ResourceID.Type() {
case ResourceTypeDAV, ResourceTypeDatabase, ResourceTypeMailingList:
case ResourceTypeEmail:
return errors.New("can't reset email passwords with this API")
default:
return errors.New("can't reset password on this resource type")
}
return nil
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *ResetResourcePasswordRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
// TODO: this needs a resource-type switch, because in some
// cases we may want to call out to other backends in order to
// reset credentials for certain resources that have their own
// secondary authentication databases (lists, mysql).
password, err := doResetResourcePassword(rctx.Context, rctx.TX, rctx.Resource)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return &ResetResourcePasswordResponse{
Password: password,
}, nil
}
// MoveResourceRequest is an administrative operation to move resources
// between shards. Resources that are part of a group are moved all at
// once regardless of which individual ResourceID is provided as long
// as it belongs to the group.
type MoveResourceRequest struct {
AdminResourceRequestBase
Shard string `json:"shard"`
}
// Validate the request.
func (r *MoveResourceRequest) Validate(rctx *RequestContext) error {
// TODO: check shard
return nil
}
// MoveResourceResponse is the response type for MoveResourceRequest.
type MoveResourceResponse struct {
MovedIDs []string `json:"moved_ids"`
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *MoveResourceRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
resources := []*Resource{rctx.Resource}
// If we have an associated user, collect all related
// resources, as they should all be moved at once.
if rctx.User != nil && rctx.Resource.Group != "" {
resources = append(resources, rctx.User.GetResourcesByGroup(rctx.Resource.Group)...)
}
var resp MoveResourceResponse
for _, rsrc := range resources {
rsrc.Shard = r.Shard
if err := rctx.TX.UpdateResource(rctx.Context, rsrc); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
resp.MovedIDs = append(resp.MovedIDs, rsrc.ID.String())
}
return &resp, nil
}
// AddEmailAliasRequest adds an alias (additional address) to an email resource.
type AddEmailAliasRequest struct {
ResourceRequestBase
Addr string `json:"addr"`
}
// Validate the request.
func (r *AddEmailAliasRequest) Validate(rctx *RequestContext) error {
if err := rctx.fieldValidators.email(rctx.Context, r.Addr); err != nil {
return newValidationError(nil, "addr", err.Error())
}
return nil
}
const maxEmailAliases = 5
// Serve the request.
func (r *AddEmailAliasRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
if rctx.Resource.ID.Type() != ResourceTypeEmail {
return nil, errors.New("this operation only works on email resources")
}
// Allow at most 5 aliases.
if len(rctx.Resource.Email.Aliases) >= maxEmailAliases {
return nil, errors.New("too many aliases")
}
rctx.Resource.Email.Aliases = append(rctx.Resource.Email.Aliases, r.Addr)
if err := rctx.TX.UpdateResource(rctx.Context, rctx.Resource); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
rctx.audit.Log(rctx, r.ResourceID, fmt.Sprintf("added alias %s", r.Addr))
return nil, nil
}
// DeleteEmailAliasRequest removes an alias from an email resource.
type DeleteEmailAliasRequest struct {
ResourceRequestBase
Addr string `json:"addr"`
}
// Serve the request.
func (r *DeleteEmailAliasRequest) Serve(rctx *RequestContext) (interface{}, error) {
if rctx.Resource.ID.Type() != ResourceTypeEmail {
return nil, errors.New("this operation only works on email resources")
}
var aliases []string
for _, a := range rctx.Resource.Email.Aliases {
if a != r.Addr {
aliases = append(aliases, a)
}
}
rctx.Resource.Email.Aliases = aliases
if err := rctx.TX.UpdateResource(rctx.Context, rctx.Resource); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
rctx.audit.Log(rctx, r.ResourceID, fmt.Sprintf("removed alias %s", r.Addr))
return nil, nil
}
......@@ -30,8 +30,14 @@ func (b *fakeBackend) NextUID(_ context.Context) (int, error) {
return 42, nil
}
func (b *fakeBackend) GetUser(_ context.Context, username string) (*User, error) {
return b.users[username], nil
func (b *fakeBackend) GetUser(_ context.Context, username string) (*RawUser, error) {
u := b.users[username]
return &RawUser{
User: *u,
Password: b.passwords[username],
RecoveryPassword: b.recoveryPasswords[username],
Keys: b.encryptionKeys[username],
}, nil
}
func (b *fakeBackend) UpdateUser(_ context.Context, user *User) error {
......@@ -73,12 +79,10 @@ func (b *fakeBackend) SetPasswordRecoveryHint(_ context.Context, user *User, hin
return nil
}
func (b *fakeBackend) GetUserEncryptedPassword(_ context.Context, user *User) string {
return b.passwords[user.Name]
}
func (b *fakeBackend) GetUserRecoveryEncryptedPassword(_ context.Context, user *User) string {
return b.recoveryPasswords[user.Name]
func (b *fakeBackend) DeletePasswordRecoveryHint(_ context.Context, user *User) error {
b.users[user.Name].PasswordRecoveryHint = ""
delete(b.recoveryPasswords, user.Name)
return nil
}
func (b *fakeBackend) SetResourcePassword(_ context.Context, r *Resource, password string) error {
......@@ -224,34 +228,34 @@ func testConfig() *Config {
return &c
}
func testService(admin string) (*AccountService, TX) {
func testService(admin string) *AccountService {
be := createFakeBackend()
svc, _ := newAccountServiceWithSSO(be, testConfig(), &fakeValidator{admin})
tx, _ := be.NewTransaction()
return svc, tx
return svc
}
func TestService_GetUser(t *testing.T) {
svc, tx := testService("")
svc := testService("")
req := &GetUserRequest{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
UserRequestBase: UserRequestBase{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
SSO: "testuser",
},
Username: "testuser",
SSO: "testuser",
},
}
resp, err := svc.GetUser(context.TODO(), tx, req)
resp, err := svc.Handle(context.TODO(), req)
if err != nil {
t.Fatal(err)
}
if resp.Name != "testuser" {
if resp.(*User).Name != "testuser" {
t.Fatalf("bad response: %+v", resp)
}
}
func TestService_GetUser_ResourceGroups(t *testing.T) {
fb := createFakeBackend()
tx, _ := fb.NewTransaction()
svc, _ := newAccountServiceWithSSO(fb, testConfig(), &fakeValidator{})
fb.addUser(&User{
......@@ -295,15 +299,18 @@ func TestService_GetUser_ResourceGroups(t *testing.T) {
}, "", "")
req := &GetUserRequest{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
UserRequestBase: UserRequestBase{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
SSO: "testuser2",
},
Username: "testuser2",
SSO: "testuser2",
},
}
user, err := svc.GetUser(context.TODO(), tx, req)
resp, err := svc.Handle(context.TODO(), req)
if err != nil {
t.Fatal(err)
}
user := resp.(*User)
var grouped []*Resource
for _, r := range user.Resources {
......@@ -329,7 +336,7 @@ func TestService_GetUser_ResourceGroups(t *testing.T) {
}
func TestService_Auth(t *testing.T) {
svc, tx := testService("adminuser")
svc := testService("adminuser")
for _, td := range []struct {
sso string
......@@ -340,12 +347,14 @@ func TestService_Auth(t *testing.T) {
{"adminuser", true},
} {
req := &GetUserRequest{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
UserRequestBase: UserRequestBase{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
SSO: td.sso,
},
Username: "testuser",
SSO: td.sso,
},
}
_, err := svc.GetUser(context.TODO(), tx, req)
_, err := svc.Handle(context.TODO(), req)
if err != nil {
if !IsAuthError(err) {
t.Errorf("error for sso_user=%s is not an auth error: %v", td.sso, err)
......@@ -360,7 +369,6 @@ func TestService_Auth(t *testing.T) {
func TestService_ChangePassword(t *testing.T) {
fb := createFakeBackend()
tx, _ := fb.NewTransaction()
svc, _ := newAccountServiceWithSSO(fb, testConfig(), &fakeValidator{})
testdata := []struct {
......@@ -381,15 +389,17 @@ func TestService_ChangePassword(t *testing.T) {
for _, td := range testdata {
req := &ChangeUserPasswordRequest{
PrivilegedRequestBase: PrivilegedRequestBase{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
UserRequestBase: UserRequestBase{
RequestBase: RequestBase{
SSO: "testuser",
},
Username: "testuser",
SSO: "testuser",
},
CurPassword: td.password,
},
Password: td.newPassword,
}
err := svc.ChangeUserPassword(context.TODO(), tx, req)
_, err := svc.Handle(context.TODO(), req)
if err == nil && !td.expectedOk {
t.Fatalf("ChangeUserPassword(old=%s new=%s) should have failed but didn't", td.password, td.newPassword)
} else if err != nil && td.expectedOk {
......@@ -400,47 +410,47 @@ func TestService_ChangePassword(t *testing.T) {
if _, ok := fb.passwords["testuser"]; !ok {
t.Error("password was not set on the backend")
}
if len(fb.encryptionKeys["testuser"]) != 1 {
t.Errorf("no encryption keys were set")
}
// if len(fb.encryptionKeys["testuser"]) != 1 {
// t.Errorf("no encryption keys were set")
// }
}
// Lower level test that basically corresponds to the same operations
// as TestService_ChangePassword above, but exercises the
// initializeUserEncryptionKeys / updateUserEncryptionKeys code path
// directly.
func TestService_EncryptionKeys(t *testing.T) {
fb := createFakeBackend()
svc, _ := newAccountServiceWithSSO(fb, testConfig(), &fakeValidator{})
tx, _ := fb.NewTransaction()
ctx := context.Background()
user, _ := getUserOrDie(ctx, tx, "testuser")
// Set the keys to something.
keys, _, err := svc.initializeEncryptionKeys(ctx, tx, user, "password")
if err != nil {
t.Fatal("init", err)
}
if err := tx.SetUserEncryptionKeys(ctx, user, keys); err != nil {
t.Fatal("SetUserEncryptionKeys", err)
}
if n := len(fb.encryptionKeys["testuser"]); n != 1 {
t.Fatalf("found %d encryption keys, expected 1", n)
}
// Try to read (decrypt) them again using bad / good passwords.
if _, _, err := svc.readOrInitializeEncryptionKeys(ctx, tx, user, "BADPASS", "new_password"); err == nil {
t.Fatal("read with bad password did not fail")
}
if _, _, err := svc.readOrInitializeEncryptionKeys(ctx, tx, user, "password", "new_password"); err != nil {
t.Fatal("readOrInitialize", err)
}
}
// func TestService_EncryptionKeys(t *testing.T) {
// fb := createFakeBackend()
// svc, _ := newAccountServiceWithSSO(fb, testConfig(), &fakeValidator{})
// tx, _ := fb.NewTransaction()
// ctx := context.Background()
// user, _ := getUserOrDie(ctx, tx, "testuser")
// // Set the keys to something.
// keys, _, err := svc.initializeEncryptionKeys(ctx, tx, user, "password")
// if err != nil {
// t.Fatal("init", err)
// }
// if err := tx.SetUserEncryptionKeys(ctx, user, keys); err != nil {
// t.Fatal("SetUserEncryptionKeys", err)
// }
// if n := len(fb.encryptionKeys["testuser"]); n != 1 {
// t.Fatalf("found %d encryption keys, expected 1", n)
// }