Source code for keystone.auth.core

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from functools import partial

from oslo_log import log
import stevedore

from keystone.common import driver_hints
from keystone.common import provider_api
from keystone.common import utils
import keystone.conf
from keystone import exception
from keystone.i18n import _
from keystone.identity.backends import resource_options as ro

LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
CONF = keystone.conf.CONF
PROVIDERS = provider_api.ProviderAPIs

# registry of authentication methods

def _get_auth_driver_manager(namespace, plugin_name):
    return stevedore.DriverManager(namespace, plugin_name, invoke_on_load=True)

[docs]def load_auth_method(method): plugin_name = CONF.auth.get(method) or 'default' namespace = 'keystone.auth.%s' % method driver_manager = _get_auth_driver_manager(namespace, plugin_name) return driver_manager.driver
[docs]def load_auth_methods(): global AUTH_PLUGINS_LOADED if AUTH_PLUGINS_LOADED: # Only try and load methods a single time. return # config.setup_authentication should be idempotent, call it to ensure we # have setup all the appropriate configuration options we may need. keystone.conf.auth.setup_authentication() for plugin in set(CONF.auth.methods): AUTH_METHODS[plugin] = load_auth_method(plugin) AUTH_PLUGINS_LOADED = True
[docs]def get_auth_method(method_name): global AUTH_METHODS if method_name not in AUTH_METHODS: raise exception.AuthMethodNotSupported() return AUTH_METHODS[method_name]
[docs]class AuthContext(dict): """Retrofitting auth_context to reconcile identity attributes. The identity attributes must not have conflicting values among the auth plug-ins. The only exception is `expires_at`, which is set to its earliest value. """ # identity attributes need to be reconciled among the auth plugins IDENTITY_ATTRIBUTES = frozenset(['user_id', 'project_id', 'access_token_id', 'domain_id', 'expires_at']) def __setitem__(self, key, val): """Override __setitem__ to prevent conflicting values.""" if key in self.IDENTITY_ATTRIBUTES and key in self: existing_val = self[key] if key == 'expires_at': # special treatment for 'expires_at', we are going to take # the earliest expiration instead. if existing_val != val:'"expires_at" has conflicting values ' '%(existing)s and %(new)s. Will use the ' 'earliest value.', {'existing': existing_val, 'new': val}) if existing_val is None or val is None: val = existing_val or val else: val = min(existing_val, val) elif existing_val != val: msg = _('Unable to reconcile identity attribute %(attribute)s ' 'as it has conflicting values %(new)s and %(old)s') % ( {'attribute': key, 'new': val, 'old': existing_val}) raise exception.Unauthorized(msg) return super(AuthContext, self).__setitem__(key, val)
[docs] def update(self, E=None, **F): """Override update to prevent conflicting values.""" # NOTE(notmorgan): This will not be nearly as performant as the # use of the built-in "update" method on the dict, however, the # volume of data being changed here is very minimal in most cases # and should not see a significant impact by iterating instead of # explicit setting of values. update_dicts = (E or {}, F or {}) for d in update_dicts: for key, val in d.items(): self[key] = val
[docs]class AuthInfo(provider_api.ProviderAPIMixin, object): """Encapsulation of "auth" request."""
[docs] @staticmethod def create(auth=None, scope_only=False): auth_info = AuthInfo(auth=auth) auth_info._validate_and_normalize_auth_data(scope_only) return auth_info
def __init__(self, auth=None): self.auth = auth self._scope_data = (None, None, None, None, None) # self._scope_data is # (domain_id, project_id, trust_ref, unscoped, system) # project scope: (None, project_id, None, None, None) # domain scope: (domain_id, None, None, None, None) # trust scope: (None, None, trust_ref, None, None) # unscoped: (None, None, None, 'unscoped', None) # system: (None, None, None, None, 'all') def _assert_project_is_enabled(self, project_ref): # ensure the project is enabled try: PROVIDERS.resource_api.assert_project_enabled( project_id=project_ref['id'], project=project_ref) except AssertionError as e: LOG.warning(e) raise exception.Unauthorized from e def _assert_domain_is_enabled(self, domain_ref): try: PROVIDERS.resource_api.assert_domain_enabled( domain_id=domain_ref['id'], domain=domain_ref) except AssertionError as e: LOG.warning(e) raise exception.Unauthorized from e def _lookup_domain(self, domain_info): domain_id = domain_info.get('id') domain_name = domain_info.get('name') try: if domain_name: if (CONF.resource.domain_name_url_safe == 'strict' and utils.is_not_url_safe(domain_name)): msg = 'Domain name cannot contain reserved characters.' tr_msg = _('Domain name cannot contain reserved ' 'characters.') LOG.warning(msg) raise exception.Unauthorized(message=tr_msg) domain_ref = PROVIDERS.resource_api.get_domain_by_name( domain_name) else: domain_ref = PROVIDERS.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id) except exception.DomainNotFound as e: LOG.warning(e) raise exception.Unauthorized(e) self._assert_domain_is_enabled(domain_ref) return domain_ref def _lookup_project(self, project_info): project_id = project_info.get('id') project_name = project_info.get('name') try: if project_name: if (CONF.resource.project_name_url_safe == 'strict' and utils.is_not_url_safe(project_name)): msg = 'Project name cannot contain reserved characters.' tr_msg = _('Project name cannot contain reserved ' 'characters.') LOG.warning(msg) raise exception.Unauthorized(message=tr_msg) if 'domain' not in project_info: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='domain', target='project') domain_ref = self._lookup_domain(project_info['domain']) project_ref = PROVIDERS.resource_api.get_project_by_name( project_name, domain_ref['id']) else: project_ref = PROVIDERS.resource_api.get_project(project_id) domain_id = project_ref['domain_id'] if not domain_id: raise exception.ProjectNotFound(project_id=project_id) # NOTE(morganfainberg): The _lookup_domain method will raise # exception.Unauthorized if the domain isn't found or is # disabled. self._lookup_domain({'id': domain_id}) except exception.ProjectNotFound as e: LOG.warning(e) raise exception.Unauthorized(e) self._assert_project_is_enabled(project_ref) return project_ref def _lookup_trust(self, trust_info): trust_id = trust_info.get('id') if not trust_id: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='trust_id', target='trust') trust = PROVIDERS.trust_api.get_trust(trust_id) return trust def _lookup_app_cred(self, app_cred_info): app_cred_id = app_cred_info.get('id') if app_cred_id: get_app_cred = partial( PROVIDERS.application_credential_api.get_application_credential ) return get_app_cred(app_cred_id) name = app_cred_info.get('name') if not name: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='name or ID', target='application credential') user = app_cred_info.get('user') if not user: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='user', target='application credential') user_id = user.get('id') if not user_id: if 'domain' not in user: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='domain', target='user') domain_ref = self._lookup_domain(user['domain']) user_id = PROVIDERS.identity_api.get_user_by_name( user['name'], domain_ref['id'])['id'] hints = driver_hints.Hints() hints.add_filter('name', name) app_cred_api = PROVIDERS.application_credential_api app_creds = app_cred_api.list_application_credentials( user_id, hints) if len(app_creds) != 1: message = "Could not find application credential: %s" % name tr_message = _("Could not find application credential: %s") % name LOG.warning(message) raise exception.Unauthorized(tr_message) return app_creds[0] def _set_scope_from_app_cred(self, app_cred_info): app_cred_ref = self._lookup_app_cred(app_cred_info) self._scope_data = (None, app_cred_ref['project_id'], None, None, None) return def _validate_and_normalize_scope_data(self): """Validate and normalize scope data.""" if 'identity' in self.auth: if 'application_credential' in self.auth['identity']['methods']: # Application credentials can't choose their own scope if 'scope' in self.auth: detail = "Application credentials cannot request a scope." raise exception.ApplicationCredentialAuthError( detail=detail) self._set_scope_from_app_cred( self.auth['identity']['application_credential']) return if 'scope' not in self.auth: return if sum(['project' in self.auth['scope'], 'domain' in self.auth['scope'], 'unscoped' in self.auth['scope'], 'system' in self.auth['scope'], 'OS-TRUST:trust' in self.auth['scope']]) != 1: msg = 'system, project, domain, OS-TRUST:trust or unscoped' raise exception.ValidationError(attribute=msg, target='scope') if 'system' in self.auth['scope']: self._scope_data = (None, None, None, None, 'all') return if 'unscoped' in self.auth['scope']: self._scope_data = (None, None, None, 'unscoped', None) return if 'project' in self.auth['scope']: project_ref = self._lookup_project(self.auth['scope']['project']) self._scope_data = (None, project_ref['id'], None, None, None) elif 'domain' in self.auth['scope']: domain_ref = self._lookup_domain(self.auth['scope']['domain']) self._scope_data = (domain_ref['id'], None, None, None, None) elif 'OS-TRUST:trust' in self.auth['scope']: trust_ref = self._lookup_trust( self.auth['scope']['OS-TRUST:trust']) # TODO(ayoung): when trusts support domains, fill in domain data if trust_ref.get('project_id') is not None: project_ref = self._lookup_project( {'id': trust_ref['project_id']}) self._scope_data = ( None, project_ref['id'], trust_ref, None, None ) else: self._scope_data = (None, None, trust_ref, None, None) def _validate_auth_methods(self): # make sure all the method data/payload are provided for method_name in self.get_method_names(): if method_name not in self.auth['identity']: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute=method_name, target='identity') # make sure auth method is supported for method_name in self.get_method_names(): if method_name not in AUTH_METHODS: raise exception.AuthMethodNotSupported() def _validate_and_normalize_auth_data(self, scope_only=False): """Make sure "auth" is valid. :param scope_only: If it is True, auth methods will not be validated but only the scope data. :type scope_only: boolean """ # make sure "auth" exist if not self.auth: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute='auth', target='request body') # NOTE(chioleong): Tokenless auth does not provide auth methods, # we only care about using this method to validate the scope # information. Therefore, validating the auth methods here is # insignificant and we can skip it when scope_only is set to # true. if scope_only is False: self._validate_auth_methods() self._validate_and_normalize_scope_data()
[docs] def get_method_names(self): """Return the identity method names. :returns: list of auth method names """ # Sanitizes methods received in request's body # Filters out duplicates, while keeping elements' order. method_names = [] for method in self.auth['identity']['methods']: if method not in method_names: method_names.append(method) return method_names
[docs] def get_method_data(self, method): """Get the auth method payload. :returns: auth method payload """ if method not in self.auth['identity']['methods']: raise exception.ValidationError(attribute=method, target='identity') return self.auth['identity'][method]
[docs] def get_scope(self): """Get scope information. Verify and return the scoping information. :returns: (domain_id, project_id, trust_ref, unscoped, system). If scope to a project, (None, project_id, None, None, None) will be returned. If scoped to a domain, (domain_id, None, None, None, None) will be returned. If scoped to a trust, (None, project_id, trust_ref, None, None), Will be returned, where the project_id comes from the trust definition. If unscoped, (None, None, None, 'unscoped', None) will be returned. If system_scoped, (None, None, None, None, 'all') will be returned. """ return self._scope_data
[docs] def set_scope(self, domain_id=None, project_id=None, trust=None, unscoped=None, system=None): """Set scope information.""" if domain_id and project_id: msg = _('Scoping to both domain and project is not allowed') raise ValueError(msg) if domain_id and trust: msg = _('Scoping to both domain and trust is not allowed') raise ValueError(msg) if project_id and trust: msg = _('Scoping to both project and trust is not allowed') raise ValueError(msg) if system and project_id: msg = _('Scoping to both project and system is not allowed') raise ValueError(msg) if system and domain_id: msg = _('Scoping to both domain and system is not allowed') raise ValueError(msg) self._scope_data = (domain_id, project_id, trust, unscoped, system)
[docs]class UserMFARulesValidator(provider_api.ProviderAPIMixin, object): """Helper object that can validate the MFA Rules.""" @classmethod def _auth_methods(cls): if AUTH_PLUGINS_LOADED: return set(AUTH_METHODS.keys()) raise RuntimeError(_('Auth Method Plugins are not loaded.'))
[docs] @classmethod def check_auth_methods_against_rules(cls, user_id, auth_methods): """Validate the MFA rules against the successful auth methods. :param user_id: The user's ID (uuid). :type user_id: str :param auth_methods: List of methods that were used for auth :type auth_methods: set :returns: Boolean, ``True`` means rules match and auth may proceed, ``False`` means rules do not match. """ user_ref = PROVIDERS.identity_api.get_user(user_id) mfa_rules = user_ref['options'].get(ro.MFA_RULES_OPT.option_name, []) mfa_rules_enabled = user_ref['options'].get( ro.MFA_ENABLED_OPT.option_name, True) rules = cls._parse_rule_structure(mfa_rules, user_ref['id']) if not rules or not mfa_rules_enabled: # return quickly if the rules are disabled for the user or not set LOG.debug('MFA Rules not processed for user `%(user_id)s`. ' 'Rule list: `%(rules)s` (Enabled: `%(enabled)s`).', {'user_id': user_id, 'rules': mfa_rules, 'enabled': mfa_rules_enabled}) return True for r in rules: # NOTE(notmorgan): We only check against the actually loaded # auth methods meaning that the keystone administrator may # disable an auth method, and a rule will still pass making it # impossible to accidently lock-out a subset of users with a # bad keystone.conf r_set = set(r).intersection(cls._auth_methods()) if set(auth_methods).issuperset(r_set): # Rule Matches no need to continue, return here. LOG.debug('Auth methods for user `%(user_id)s`, `%(methods)s` ' 'matched MFA rule `%(rule)s`. Loaded ' 'auth_methods: `%(loaded)s`', {'user_id': user_id, 'rule': list(r_set), 'methods': auth_methods, 'loaded': cls._auth_methods()}) return True LOG.debug('Auth methods for user `%(user_id)s`, `%(methods)s` did not ' 'match a MFA rule in `%(rules)s`.', {'user_id': user_id, 'methods': auth_methods, 'rules': rules}) return False
@staticmethod def _parse_rule_structure(rules, user_id): """Validate and parse the rule data structure. Rule sets must be in the form of list of lists. The lists may not have duplicates and must not be empty. The top-level list may be empty indicating that no rules exist. :param rules: The list of rules from the user_ref :type rules: list :param user_id: the user_id, used for logging purposes :type user_id: str :returns: list of list, duplicates are stripped """ # NOTE(notmorgan): Most of this is done at the API request validation # and in the storage layer, it makes sense to also validate here and # ensure the data returned from the DB is sane, This will not raise # any exceptions, but just produce a usable set of data for rules # processing. rule_set = [] if not isinstance(rules, list): LOG.error('Corrupt rule data structure for user %(user_id)s, ' 'no rules loaded.', {'user_id': user_id}) # Corrupt Data means no rules. Auth success > MFA rules in this # case. return rule_set elif not rules: # Exit early, nothing to do here. return rule_set for r_list in rules: if not isinstance(r_list, list): # Rule was not a list, it is invalid, drop the rule from # being considered.'Ignoring Rule %(type)r; rule must be a list of ' 'strings.', {'type': type(r_list)}) continue if r_list: # No empty rules are allowed. _ok_rule = True for item in r_list: if not isinstance(item, str): # Rules may only contain strings for method names # Reject a rule with non-string values'Ignoring Rule %(rule)r; rule contains ' 'non-string values.', {'rule': r_list}) # Rule is known to be bad, drop it from consideration. _ok_rule = False break # NOTE(notmorgan): No FOR/ELSE used here! Though it could be # done and avoid the use of _ok_rule. This is a note for # future developers to avoid using for/else and as an example # of how to implement it that is readable and maintainable. if _ok_rule: # Unique the r_list and cast back to a list and then append # as we know the rule is ok (matches our requirements). # This is outside the for loop, as the for loop is # only used to validate the elements in the list. The # This de-dupe should never be needed, but we are being # extra careful at all levels of validation for the MFA # rules. r_list = list(set(r_list)) rule_set.append(r_list) return rule_set