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hwgo-01

Go bindings and CLI tool for the Skycoin hardware wallet

Build Status

Table of contents

Installation

Install golang

https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/Ubuntu

Usage

Download source code

$ go get github.com/SkycoinProject/hardware-wallet-go

Dependancies management

This project uses dep dependancy manager.

Don't modify anything under vendor/ directory without using dep commands.

Download dependencies using command:

$ make dep

Run

$ go run cmd/cli/cli.go

See also CLI README for information about the Command Line Interface.

Development guidelines

Code added in this repository should comply to development guidelines documented in Skycoin wiki.

The project has two branches: master and develop.

  • develop is the default branch and will always have the latest code.
  • master will always be equal to the current stable release on the website, and should correspond with the latest release tag.

Versioning policies

This go client library follows the versioning rules for SkyWallet client libraries .

Running tests

Library test suite can be run by running the following command

make test

If a physical SkyWallet device is connected then the test suite will exchange test messages with it. Likewise, the emulator will reply to test messages if executed in advance as follows.

git clone https://github.com/SkycoinProject/hardware-wallet /some/path/to/hardware-wallet
make clean -C /some/path/to/hardware-wallet && make -C /some/path/to/hardware-wallet run-emulator

If neither the emulator nor a physical device are connected then tests will be skipped silently.

Releases

Update the version

  1. If the master branch has commits that are not in develop (e.g. due to a hotfix applied to master), merge master into develop (and fix any build or test failures)
  2. Switch to a new release branch named release-X.Y.Z for preparing the release.
  3. Run make build to make sure that the code base is up to date
  4. Update CHANGELOG.md: move the "unreleased" changes to the version and add the date.
  5. Follow the steps in pre-release testing
  6. Make a PR merging the release branch into master
  7. Review the PR and merge it
  8. Tag the master branch with the version number. Version tags start with v, e.g. v0.20.0. Sign the tag. If you have your GPG key in github, creating a release on the Github website will automatically tag the release. It can be tagged from the command line with git tag -as v0.20.0 $COMMIT_ID, but Github will not recognize it as a "release".
  9. Tag the changeset of the protob submodule checkout with the same version number as above.
  10. Release builds are created and uploaded by travis. To do it manually, checkout the master branch and follow the create release builds instructions.
  11. Checkout develop branch and bump tiny-firmware/VERSION and tiny-firmware/bootloader/VERSION to next dev version number.

Pre-release testing

Pre-release testing procedure requires skycoin-cli of version strictly greater than 0.26.0. Please install it if not available in your system. Some operations in the process require running a Skycoin node. Also clone Skywallet firmware repository in advance.

The instructions that follow are meant to be followed for Skywallet devices flashed without memory protection. If your device memory is protected then some values might be different e.g. firmwareFeatures.

During the process beware of the fact that running an Skycoin node in the background can block the Skywallet from running.

Some values need to be known during the process. They are represented by the following variables:

  • WALLET1, WALLET2, ... names of wallets created by skycoin_cli
  • ADDRESS1, ADDRESS2, ... Skycoin addresses
  • TXN1_RAW, TXN2_RAW, ... transactions data encoded in hex dump format
  • TXN1_JSON, TXN2_JSON, ... transactions data encoded in JSON format, if numeric index value matches the one of another variable with RAW prefix then both refer to the same transaction
  • TXN1_ID, TXN2_ID, ... Hash ID of transactions after broadcasting to the P2P network
  • AMOUNT represents an arbitrary number of coins
  • ID1, ID2, ID3, ... unique ID values , usually strings identifying hardware or software artifacts
  • AUTHTOKEN is a CSRF token for the Skycoin REST API

Perform these actions before releasing:

Note : In all cases skycoin-cli would be equivalent to go run cmd/cli/cli.go if current working directory set to $GOPATH/src/github.com/SkycoinProject/skycoin.

Run project test suite
  • Open a terminal window and run Skywallet emulator. Wait for emulator UI to display.
  • From a separate trminal window run the test suite as follows
npm run test
  • Close emulator and plug Skywallet device. Run the same command another time.
Run transaction tests
  • Create new wallet e.g. with skycoin-cli (or reuse existing wallet for testing purposes)
skycoin-cli walletCreate -f $WALLET1.wlt -l $WALLET1
  • From command output take note of the seed SEED1 and address ADDRESS1
  • List wallet addresses and confirm that ADDRESS1 is the only value in the list.
skycoin-cli listAddresses $WALLET1.wlt
  • Transfer funds to ADDRESS1 in new wallet in two transactions
  • Check balance
skycoin-cli addressBalance $ADDRESS1
  • List address for WALLET1 and check that head_outputs in response includes to outputs with address set to ADDRESS1
skycoin-cli walletOutputs $WALLET1.wlt
  • Get device features and check that:
    • vendor is set to Skycoin Foundation
    • deviceId is a string of 24 chars, which we'll refer to as ID1
    • write down the value of bootloaderHash i.e. ID2
    • model is set to '1'
    • fwMajor is set to expected firmware major version number
    • fwMinor is set to expected firmware minor version number
    • fwPatch is set to expected firmware patch version number
    • firmwareFeatures is set to 0
  • Ensure device is seedless by wiping it. Check that device ends up in home screen with NEEDS SEED! message at the top.
  • Recover seed SEED1 in Skywallet device (dry-run=false).
  • Get device features and check that:
    • vendor is set to Skycoin Foundation
    • deviceId is set to ID1
    • pinProtection is seto to false
    • passphraseProtection is set to false
    • label is set to ID1
    • initialized is set to true
    • bootloaderHash is set to ID2
    • passphraseCached is set to false
    • needsBackup is set to false
    • model is set to '1'
    • fwMajor is set to expected firmware major version number
    • fwMinor is set to expected firmware minor version number
    • fwPatch is set to expected firmware patch version number
    • firmwareFeatures is set to 0
  • Set device label to a new value , say ID3. Specify usePassphrase=false.
  • Get device features and check that:
    • label is set to ID3
    • all other values did not change with respect to previous step, especially deviceId
    • as a result device label is displayed on top of Skycoin logo in device home screen
  • Ensure you know at least two addresses for test wallet, if not, generate some. Choose the second and third in order, hereinafter referred to as ADDRESS2, ADDRESS3 respectively
  • Check that address sequence generated by SkyWallet matches the values generated by skycoin-cli
skycoin-cli walletAddAddresses -f $WALLET1.wlt -n 5
  • Check once again with desktop wallet
  • Create new transaction from ADDRESS1 to ADDRESS2 in test wallet (say TXN_RAW1) for an spendable amount higher than individual output's coins
export TXN1_RAW="$(skycoin-cli createRawTransaction -a $ADDRESS1 -f $WALLET1.wlt $ADDRESS2 $AMOUNT)"
echo $TXN1_RAW
  • Display transaction details and confirm that it contains at least two inputs
export TXN1_JSON=$(skycoin-cli decodeRawTransaction $TXN1_RAW)
echo $TXN1_JSON
  • Sign transaction with Skywallet by putting together a message using values resulting from previous step as follows.
    • For each hash in transaction inputs array and in same order there should be
      • an instance of --inputHash command line argument set to the very same hash
      • an instance of --inputIndex set to 0.
    • For each source item in transaction outputs array and in the same order there should be command-line arguments set as follows:
      • --outputAddress : source item's dst
      • --coin : source item's coins * 1000000
      • --hour : source item's hours
      • --addressIndex : set to 0 if source item address equals ADDRESS1 or to 1 otherwise
  • Check that signatures array returned by hardware wallet includes entries for each and every transaction input
  • Check signatures were signed by corresponding addresses
  • Create transaction TXN2_JSON by replacing TXN1_JSON signatures with the array returned by SkyWallet
  • Use TXN2_JSON to obtain encoded transaction TXN2_RAW
export $TXN2_RAW=$( echo "$TXN2_JSON" | skycoin-cli encodeJsonTransaction --fix - | grep '"rawtx"' | cut -d '"' -f4)
echo $TXN2_RAW
  • Broadcast transaction. Refer to its id as TXN2_ID
export TXN2_ID=$(skycoin-cli broadcastTransaction $TXN2_RAW)
  • After a a reasonable time check that balance changed.
skycoin-cli walletBalance $WALLET1.wlt
  • Create a second wallet i.e. WALLET2
skycoin-cli walletCreate -f $WALLET2.wlt -l $WALLET2
  • From command output take note of the seed SEED2 and address ADDRESS4
  • List WALLET2 addresses and confirm that ADDRESS4 is the only value in the list.
skycoin-cli lisAddresses $WALLET2.wlt
  • Transfer funds to WALLET2 (if not already done) and check balance
skycoin-cli addressBalance $ADDRESS4
  • Request CSRF token (i.e. AUTHTOKEN) using Skycoin REST API.
curl http://127.0.0.1:6420/api/v1/csrf
  • Use Skycoin REST API to create one transaction grabbing all funds from ADDRESS1 (i.e. first address in WALLET1 previously recovered in Skywallet device), ADDRESS2 (i.e. second address in WALLET1 previously recovered in Skywallet device) and ADDRESS4 (i.e. first address in WALLET2) so as to transfer to the third address of WALLET1 (i.e. ADDRESS3). Change should be sent back to ADDRESS1. In server response transaction JSON object (a.k.a TNX3_JSON) would be the object at data.transaction JSON path. If Skycoin node was started with default parameters this can be achieved as follows:
curl -X POST http://127.0.0.1:6420/api/v2/transaction -H 'content-type: application/json' -H "X-CSRF-Token: $AUTHTOKEN" -d "{
    \"hours_selection\": {
        \"type\": \"auto\",
        \"mode\": \"share\",
        \"share_factor\": \"0.5\"
    },
    \"addresses\": [\"$ADDRESS1\", \"$ADDRESS2\", \"$ADDRESS4\"],
    \"change_address\": \"$ADDRESS1\",
    \"to\": [{
        \"address\": \"$ADDRESS3\",
        \"coins\": \"$AMOUNT\"
    }],
    \"ignore_unconfirmed\": false
}"
  • Sign transaction represented by TXN3_JSON for inputs owned by Skywallet (i.e. WALLET1)
    • For each object in transaction inputs array there should be:
      • an instance of --inputHash command line argument set to the value bound to object's uxid key
      • an instance of --inputIndex set as follows
        • empty string if input address is ADDRESS4
        • 0 if input address is ADDRESS1
        • 1 if input address is ADDRESS2
    • For each source item in transaction outputs array there should be command-line arguments set as follows:
      • --outputAddress : source item's address
      • --coin : source item's coins * 1000000
      • --hour : source item's hours
      • --addressIndex set to 2 (since destination address is ADDRESS3)
  • Check that signatures array includes one entry for every input except the one associated to ADDRESS4, which should be an empty string
  • Recover seed SEED2 in Skywallet device (dry-run=false).
  • Sign transaction represented by TXN3_JSON for inputs owned by Skywallet (i.e. WALLET2)
    • For each hash in transaction inputs array and in same order there should be:
      • an instance of --inputHash command line argument set to the value bound to object's uxid key
      • an instance of --inputIndex set to a value as follows
        • not set if input address is ADDRESS1
        • not set if input address is ADDRESS2
        • 0 if input address is ADDRESS4
    • For each source item in transaction outputs array and in the same order there should be command-line arguments set as follows:
      • --outputAddress : source item's dst
      • --coin : source item's coins * 1000000
      • --hour : source item's hours
      • --addressIndex empty (since destination address ADDRESS3 not owned by this wallet)
  • Create a new transaction JSON object (a.k.a TXN4_JSON) from TXN3_JSON and the previous signatures like this
    • type same as in TXN3_JSON
    • inner_hash should be an empty string
    • sigs returned by SkyWallet in same order as corresponding input
    • inputs is an array of strings. For each item in TXN3_JSON inputs include the value of its uxid field in TXN4_JSON inputs array. Respect original order.
    • outputs is an array of objects constructed out of TXN3_JSON outputs items, in te same order, as follows
      • dst : source item's address
      • coins : source item's coins * 1000000
      • hours : source item's hours as integer
  • Use TXN4_JSON to obtain encoded transaction TXN4_RAW
export $TXN4_RAW=$( echo "$TXN4_JSON" | skycoin-cli encodeJsonTransaction --fix - | grep '"rawtx"' | cut -d '"' -f4)
echo $TXN4_RAW
  • Broadcast transaction. Refer to its id as TXN4_ID
export TXN4_ID=$(skycoin-cli broadcastTransaction $TXN4_RAW)
  • After a a reasonable time check that wallets balance changed.
skycoin-cli walletBalance $WALLET1.wlt
skycoin-cli walletBalance $WALLET2.wlt

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