What is this?
Goldfish answers many auditing and administration questions that Vault API can't:
- Right now, are there any root tokens in Vault?
- Which policies, users, and tokens can access this particular secret path?
- The unseal admins are working from home, but we need a policy changed.
- How do we generate a root token only for this change, and make sure it's revoked after?
- I store my policies on a Github repo. Can I deploy all my policies in one go? See more
- If I remove this secret/policy, will anybody's workflow break?
Seriously, the instructions fit on one screen!
- Hot-loadable server settings from a provided vault endpoint
- Displaying a vault endpoint as a 'bulletin board' in homepage
- Logging in with token, userpass, github, or LDAP
- Secret Reading/editing/creating/listing
- Auth Searching/creating/listing/deleting
- Mounts Listing
- Policies Searching/Listing
- Encrypting and decrypting arbitrary strings using transit backend
- DONE! Searching tokens by policy walkthrough
- E.g. Display all tokens that have the policy 'admins'
- DONE! Searching policy by rule walkthrough
- E.g. Display all policies that can access 'secret/data*'
- DONE! Request & approval based policy changes walkthrough
- Users can place a policy change request in vault
- Admins must then provide unseal tokens for that specific request
- Upon reaching a set number, goldfish generates a root token, performs edit, and revokes the root token
- DONE! Terraform your vault walkthrough
- Fetch a folder of policies from a commit in github
- Admins can enter their unseal tokens for approval to set vault policies according to policies found
- Change dozens of policies in one go!
- DONE! Resource dependency chain
- E.g. Will removing a particular policy affect current users?
- Will removing a mount or secret path affect current users?
You'll need go (v1.9), nodejs (v8.2), and npm (v5)
# hashicorp vault ui # clone goldfish go get github.com/caiyeon/goldfish cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/caiyeon/goldfish # running goldfish server in -dev will spin up a local vault instance for you go run server.go -dev # running goldfish frontend in dev mode will allow for hot-reload of frontend files cd frontend sudo npm install -g cross-env npm install npm run dev # a browser window/tab should open, pointing directly to goldfish
Using a VM
A vagrantfile is available as well
# if you wish to launch goldfish in a VM: git clone https://github.com/Caiyeon/goldfish.git cd goldfish/vagrant # this will take awhile vagrant up --provision # go to localhost:8080 on your local machine and login with token 'goldfish' # changes to frontend .vue files will be hot-reloaded # to force a full reload for the frontend, ssh into the machine and run # `sudo systemctl restart goldfish_frontend.service` # to recompile and re-run the backend, ssh into the machine and run # `sudo systemctl restart goldfish.service`
You'll need Go(v1.9), Nodejs (v8.2.0), Npm (v5)
Note that using different versions (of nodeJS, especially) will cause differences in the final binary.
# download the source code go get -d github.com/caiyeon/goldfish cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/caiyeon/goldfish # resetting to a tagged version is recommended # no support will be given to arbitrary commits on the master branch git fetch --all --tags --prune git checkout tags/<version> # version could be, for example, v0.8.0 # compile the binary sh build.sh
Goldfish is in very active development.
Pull requests and feature requests are welcome. Feel free to suggest new workflows by opening issues.
- Bulma CSS
- Vue Admin
- Vault API wrapper
This server should behave as a goldfish, forgetting everything immediately after a request is completed. That, and other inside-joke reasons.
Credits for the goldfish icon goes to Laurel Chan