cert-userkey.sh   [plain text]


#	$OpenBSD: cert-userkey.sh,v 1.8 2011/05/17 07:13:31 djm Exp $
#	Placed in the Public Domain.

tid="certified user keys"

# used to disable ECC based tests on platforms without ECC
ecdsa=""
if test "x$TEST_SSH_ECC" = "xyes"; then
	ecdsa=ecdsa
fi

rm -f $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER $OBJ/user_ca_key* $OBJ/cert_user_key*
cp $OBJ/sshd_proxy $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak

# Create a CA key
${SSHKEYGEN} -q -N '' -t rsa  -f $OBJ/user_ca_key ||\
	fail "ssh-keygen of user_ca_key failed"

# Generate and sign user keys
for ktype in rsa dsa $ecdsa ; do 
	verbose "$tid: sign user ${ktype} cert"
	${SSHKEYGEN} -q -N '' -t ${ktype} \
	    -f $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} || \
		fail "ssh-keygen of cert_user_key_${ktype} failed"
	${SSHKEYGEN} -q -s $OBJ/user_ca_key -I \
	    "regress user key for $USER" \
	    -n ${USER},mekmitasdigoat $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} ||
		fail "couldn't sign cert_user_key_${ktype}"
	# v00 ecdsa certs do not exist
	test "${ktype}" = "ecdsa" && continue
	cp $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype}_v00
	cp $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype}.pub $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype}_v00.pub
	${SSHKEYGEN} -q -t v00 -s $OBJ/user_ca_key -I \
	    "regress user key for $USER" \
	    -n ${USER},mekmitasdigoat $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype}_v00 ||
		fail "couldn't sign cert_user_key_${ktype}_v00"
done

# Test explicitly-specified principals
for ktype in rsa dsa $ecdsa rsa_v00 dsa_v00 ; do 
	for privsep in yes no ; do
		_prefix="${ktype} privsep $privsep"

		# Setup for AuthorizedPrincipalsFile
		rm -f $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
		(
			cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
			echo "UsePrivilegeSeparation $privsep"
			echo "AuthorizedPrincipalsFile " \
			    "$OBJ/authorized_principals_%u"
			echo "TrustedUserCAKeys $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub"
		) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy

		# Missing authorized_principals
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} missing authorized_principals"
		rm -f $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi

		# Empty authorized_principals
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} empty authorized_principals"
		echo > $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi
	
		# Wrong authorized_principals
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} wrong authorized_principals"
		echo gregorsamsa > $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi

		# Correct authorized_principals
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} correct authorized_principals"
		echo mekmitasdigoat > $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect failed"
		fi

		# authorized_principals with bad key option
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} authorized_principals bad key opt"
		echo 'blah mekmitasdigoat' > $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi

		# authorized_principals with command=false
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} authorized_principals command=false"
		echo 'command="false" mekmitasdigoat' > \
		    $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi


		# authorized_principals with command=true
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} authorized_principals command=true"
		echo 'command="true" mekmitasdigoat' > \
		    $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost false >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect failed"
		fi

		# Setup for principals= key option
		rm -f $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
		(
			cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
			echo "UsePrivilegeSeparation $privsep"
		) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy

		# Wrong principals list
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} wrong principals key option"
		(
			echon 'cert-authority,principals="gregorsamsa" '
			cat $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub
		) > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpectedly"
		fi

		# Correct principals list
		verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} correct principals key option"
		(
			echon 'cert-authority,principals="mekmitasdigoat" '
			cat $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub
		) > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
		    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect failed"
		fi
	done
done

basic_tests() {
	auth=$1
	if test "x$auth" = "xauthorized_keys" ; then
		# Add CA to authorized_keys
		(
			echon 'cert-authority '
			cat $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub
		) > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
	else
		echo > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
		extra_sshd="TrustedUserCAKeys $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub"
	fi
	
	for ktype in rsa dsa $ecdsa rsa_v00 dsa_v00 ; do 
		for privsep in yes no ; do
			_prefix="${ktype} privsep $privsep $auth"
			# Simple connect
			verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} connect"
			(
				cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
				echo "UsePrivilegeSeparation $privsep"
				echo "$extra_sshd"
			) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
	
			${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
			    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true
			if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
				fail "ssh cert connect failed"
			fi

			# Revoked keys
			verbose "$tid: ${_prefix} revoked key"
			(
				cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
				echo "UsePrivilegeSeparation $privsep"
				echo "RevokedKeys $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype}.pub"
				echo "$extra_sshd"
			) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
			${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
			    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
			if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
				fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpecedly"
			fi
		done
	
		# Revoked CA
		verbose "$tid: ${ktype} $auth revoked CA key"
		(
			cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
			echo "RevokedKeys $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub"
			echo "$extra_sshd"
		) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
		${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy \
		    somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
		if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
			fail "ssh cert connect succeeded unexpecedly"
		fi
	done
	
	verbose "$tid: $auth CA does not authenticate"
	(
		cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak
		echo "$extra_sshd"
	) > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
	verbose "$tid: ensure CA key does not authenticate user"
	${SSH} -2i $OBJ/user_ca_key \
	    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
	if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
		fail "ssh cert connect with CA key succeeded unexpectedly"
	fi
}

basic_tests authorized_keys
basic_tests TrustedUserCAKeys

test_one() {
	ident=$1
	result=$2
	sign_opts=$3
	auth_choice=$4
	auth_opt=$5

	if test "x$auth_choice" = "x" ; then
		auth_choice="authorized_keys TrustedUserCAKeys"
	fi

	for auth in $auth_choice ; do
		for ktype in rsa rsa_v00 ; do
			case $ktype in
			*_v00) keyv="-t v00" ;;
			*) keyv="" ;;
			esac

			cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
			if test "x$auth" = "xauthorized_keys" ; then
				# Add CA to authorized_keys
				(
					echon "cert-authority${auth_opt} "
					cat $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub
				) > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
			else
				echo > $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
				echo "TrustedUserCAKeys $OBJ/user_ca_key.pub" \
				    >> $OBJ/sshd_proxy
				if test "x$auth_opt" != "x" ; then
					echo $auth_opt >> $OBJ/sshd_proxy
				fi
			fi
			
			verbose "$tid: $ident auth $auth expect $result $ktype"
			${SSHKEYGEN} -q -s $OBJ/user_ca_key \
			    -I "regress user key for $USER" \
			    $sign_opts $keyv \
			    $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} ||
				fail "couldn't sign cert_user_key_${ktype}"

			${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} \
			    -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
			rc=$?
			if [ "x$result" = "xsuccess" ] ; then
				if [ $rc -ne 0 ]; then
					fail "$ident failed unexpectedly"
				fi
			else
				if [ $rc -eq 0 ]; then
					fail "$ident succeeded unexpectedly"
				fi
			fi
		done
	done
}

test_one "correct principal"	success "-n ${USER}"
test_one "host-certificate"	failure "-n ${USER} -h"
test_one "wrong principals"	failure "-n foo"
test_one "cert not yet valid"	failure "-n ${USER} -V20200101:20300101"
test_one "cert expired"		failure "-n ${USER} -V19800101:19900101"
test_one "cert valid interval"	success "-n ${USER} -V-1w:+2w"
test_one "wrong source-address"	failure "-n ${USER} -Osource-address=10.0.0.0/8"
test_one "force-command"	failure "-n ${USER} -Oforce-command=false"

# Behaviour is different here: TrustedUserCAKeys doesn't allow empty principals
test_one "empty principals"	success "" authorized_keys
test_one "empty principals"	failure "" TrustedUserCAKeys

# Check explicitly-specified principals: an empty principals list in the cert
# should always be refused.

# AuthorizedPrincipalsFile
rm -f $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER
echo mekmitasdigoat > $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
test_one "AuthorizedPrincipalsFile principals" success "-n mekmitasdigoat" \
    TrustedUserCAKeys "AuthorizedPrincipalsFile $OBJ/authorized_principals_%u"
test_one "AuthorizedPrincipalsFile no principals" failure "" \
    TrustedUserCAKeys "AuthorizedPrincipalsFile $OBJ/authorized_principals_%u"

# principals= key option
rm -f $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER
test_one "principals key option principals" success "-n mekmitasdigoat" \
    authorized_keys ',principals="mekmitasdigoat"'
test_one "principals key option no principals" failure "" \
    authorized_keys ',principals="mekmitasdigoat"'

# Wrong certificate
cat $OBJ/sshd_proxy_bak > $OBJ/sshd_proxy
for ktype in rsa dsa $ecdsa rsa_v00 dsa_v00 ; do 
	case $ktype in
	*_v00) args="-t v00" ;;
	*) args="" ;;
	esac
	# Self-sign
	${SSHKEYGEN} $args -q -s $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} -I \
	    "regress user key for $USER" \
	    -n $USER $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} ||
		fail "couldn't sign cert_user_key_${ktype}"
	verbose "$tid: user ${ktype} connect wrong cert"
	${SSH} -2i $OBJ/cert_user_key_${ktype} -F $OBJ/ssh_proxy \
	    somehost true >/dev/null 2>&1
	if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
		fail "ssh cert connect $ident succeeded unexpectedly"
	fi
done

rm -f $OBJ/authorized_keys_$USER $OBJ/user_ca_key* $OBJ/cert_user_key*
rm -f $OBJ/authorized_principals_$USER