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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
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# ***************************************************************************
# This Perl script creates a fresh ca-bundle.crt file for use with libcurl.
# It downloads certdata.txt from Mozilla's source tree (see URL below),
# then parses certdata.txt and extracts CA Root Certificates into PEM format.
# These are then processed with the OpenSSL commandline tool to produce the
# final ca-bundle.crt file.
# The script is based on the parse-certs script written by Roland Krikava.
# This Perl script works on almost any platform since its only external
# dependency is the OpenSSL commandline tool for optional text listing.
# Hacked by Guenter Knauf.
#
use Getopt::Std;
use MIME::Base64;
use LWP::UserAgent;
use strict;
use vars qw($opt_b $opt_d $opt_f $opt_h $opt_i $opt_l $opt_n $opt_p $opt_q $opt_s $opt_t $opt_u $opt_v $opt_w);
use List::Util;
use Text::Wrap;
my $MOD_SHA = "Digest::SHA";
eval "require $MOD_SHA";
if ($@) {
$MOD_SHA = "Digest::SHA::PurePerl";
eval "require $MOD_SHA";
}
my %urls = (
'nss' =>
'http://hg.mozilla.org/projects/nss/raw-file/tip/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt',
'central' =>
'http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/raw-file/default/security/nss/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt',
'aurora' =>
'http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-aurora/raw-file/default/security/nss/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt',
'beta' =>
'http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-beta/raw-file/default/security/nss/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt',
'release' =>
'http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-release/raw-file/default/security/nss/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt',
);
$opt_d = 'release';
# If the OpenSSL commandline is not in search path you can configure it here!
my $openssl = 'openssl';
my $version = '1.25';
$opt_w = 76; # default base64 encoded lines length
# default cert types to include in the output (default is to include CAs which may issue SSL server certs)
my $default_mozilla_trust_purposes = "SERVER_AUTH";
my $default_mozilla_trust_levels = "TRUSTED_DELEGATOR";
$opt_p = $default_mozilla_trust_purposes . ":" . $default_mozilla_trust_levels;
my @valid_mozilla_trust_purposes = (
"DIGITAL_SIGNATURE",
"NON_REPUDIATION",
"KEY_ENCIPHERMENT",
"DATA_ENCIPHERMENT",
"KEY_AGREEMENT",
"KEY_CERT_SIGN",
"CRL_SIGN",
"SERVER_AUTH",
"CLIENT_AUTH",
"CODE_SIGNING",
"EMAIL_PROTECTION",
"IPSEC_END_SYSTEM",
"IPSEC_TUNNEL",
"IPSEC_USER",
"TIME_STAMPING",
"STEP_UP_APPROVED"
);
my @valid_mozilla_trust_levels = (
"TRUSTED_DELEGATOR", # CAs
"NOT_TRUSTED", # Don't trust these certs.
"MUST_VERIFY_TRUST", # This explicitly tells us that it ISN'T a CA but is otherwise ok. In other words, this should tell the app to ignore any other sources that claim this is a CA.
"TRUSTED" # This cert is trusted, but only for itself and not for delegates (i.e. it is not a CA).
);
my $default_signature_algorithms = $opt_s = "MD5";
my @valid_signature_algorithms = (
"MD5",
"SHA1",
"SHA256",
"SHA384",
"SHA512"
);
$0 =~ s@.*(/|\\)@@;
$Getopt::Std::STANDARD_HELP_VERSION = 1;
getopts('bd:fhilnp:qs:tuvw:');
if(!defined($opt_d)) {
# to make plain "-d" use not cause warnings, and actually still work
$opt_d = 'release';
}
# Use predefined URL or else custom URL specified on command line.
my $url = ( defined( $urls{$opt_d} ) ) ? $urls{$opt_d} : $opt_d;
my $curl = `curl -V`;
if ($opt_i) {
print ("=" x 78 . "\n");
print "Script Version : $version\n";
print "Perl Version : $]\n";
print "Operating System Name : $^O\n";
print "Getopt::Std.pm Version : ${Getopt::Std::VERSION}\n";
print "MIME::Base64.pm Version : ${MIME::Base64::VERSION}\n";
print "LWP::UserAgent.pm Version : ${LWP::UserAgent::VERSION}\n";
print "LWP.pm Version : ${LWP::VERSION}\n";
print "Digest::SHA.pm Version : ${Digest::SHA::VERSION}\n" if ($Digest::SHA::VERSION);
print "Digest::SHA::PurePerl.pm Version : ${Digest::SHA::PurePerl::VERSION}\n" if ($Digest::SHA::PurePerl::VERSION);
print ("=" x 78 . "\n");
}
sub warning_message() {
if ( $opt_d =~ m/^risk$/i ) { # Long Form Warning and Exit
print "Warning: Use of this script may pose some risk:\n";
print "\n";
print " 1) Using http is subject to man in the middle attack of certdata content\n";
print " 2) Default to 'release', but more recent updates may be found in other trees\n";
print " 3) certdata.txt file format may change, lag time to update this script\n";
print " 4) Generally unwise to blindly trust CAs without manual review & verification\n";
print " 5) Mozilla apps use additional security checks aren't represented in certdata\n";
print " 6) Use of this script will make a security engineer grind his teeth and\n";
print " swear at you. ;)\n";
exit;
} else { # Short Form Warning
print "Warning: Use of this script may pose some risk, -d risk for more details.\n";
}
}
sub HELP_MESSAGE() {
print "Usage:\t${0} [-b] [-d<certdata>] [-f] [-i] [-l] [-n] [-p<purposes:levels>] [-q] [-s<algorithms>] [-t] [-u] [-v] [-w<l>] [<outputfile>]\n";
print "\t-b\tbackup an existing version of ca-bundle.crt\n";
print "\t-d\tspecify Mozilla tree to pull certdata.txt or custom URL\n";
print "\t\t Valid names are:\n";
print "\t\t ", join( ", ", map { ( $_ =~ m/$opt_d/ ) ? "$_ (default)" : "$_" } sort keys %urls ), "\n";
print "\t-f\tforce rebuild even if certdata.txt is current\n";
print "\t-i\tprint version info about used modules\n";
print "\t-l\tprint license info about certdata.txt\n";
print "\t-n\tno download of certdata.txt (to use existing)\n";
print wrap("\t","\t\t", "-p\tlist of Mozilla trust purposes and levels for certificates to include in output. Takes the form of a comma separated list of purposes, a colon, and a comma separated list of levels. (default: $default_mozilla_trust_purposes:$default_mozilla_trust_levels)"), "\n";
print "\t\t Valid purposes are:\n";
print wrap("\t\t ","\t\t ", join( ", ", "ALL", @valid_mozilla_trust_purposes ) ), "\n";
print "\t\t Valid levels are:\n";
print wrap("\t\t ","\t\t ", join( ", ", "ALL", @valid_mozilla_trust_levels ) ), "\n";
print "\t-q\tbe really quiet (no progress output at all)\n";
print wrap("\t","\t\t", "-s\tcomma separated list of certificate signatures/hashes to output in plain text mode. (default: $default_signature_algorithms)\n");
print "\t\t Valid signature algorithms are:\n";
print wrap("\t\t ","\t\t ", join( ", ", "ALL", @valid_signature_algorithms ) ), "\n";
print "\t-t\tinclude plain text listing of certificates\n";
print "\t-u\tunlink (remove) certdata.txt after processing\n";
print "\t-v\tbe verbose and print out processed CAs\n";
print "\t-w <l>\twrap base64 output lines after <l> chars (default: ${opt_w})\n";
exit;
}
sub VERSION_MESSAGE() {
print "${0} version ${version} running Perl ${]} on ${^O}\n";
}
warning_message() unless ($opt_q || $url =~ m/^(ht|f)tps:/i );
HELP_MESSAGE() if ($opt_h);
sub is_in_list($@) {
my $target = shift;
return defined(List::Util::first { $target eq $_ } @_);
}
# Parses $param_string as a case insensitive comma separated list with optional whitespace
# validates that only allowed parameters are supplied
sub parse_csv_param($$@) {
my $description = shift;
my $param_string = shift;
my @valid_values = @_;
my @values = map {
s/^\s+//; # strip leading spaces
s/\s+$//; # strip trailing spaces
uc $_ # return the modified string as upper case
} split( ',', $param_string );
# Find all values which are not in the list of valid values or "ALL"
my @invalid = grep { !is_in_list($_,"ALL",@valid_values) } @values;
if ( scalar(@invalid) > 0 ) {
# Tell the user which parameters were invalid and print the standard help message which will exit
print "Error: Invalid ", $description, scalar(@invalid) == 1 ? ": " : "s: ", join( ", ", map { "\"$_\"" } @invalid ), "\n";
HELP_MESSAGE();
}
@values = @valid_values if ( is_in_list("ALL",@values) );
return @values;
}
sub sha1 {
my $result;
if ($Digest::SHA::VERSION || $Digest::SHA::PurePerl::VERSION) {
open(FILE, $_[0]) or die "Can't open '$_[0]': $!";
binmode(FILE);
$result = $MOD_SHA->new(1)->addfile(*FILE)->hexdigest;
close(FILE);
} else {
# Use OpenSSL command if Perl Digest::SHA modules not available
$result = (split(/ |\r|\n/,`$openssl dgst -sha1 $_[0]`))[1];
}
return $result;
}
sub oldsha1 {
my $sha1 = "";
open(C, "<$_[0]") || return 0;
while(<C>) {
chomp;
if($_ =~ /^\#\# SHA1: (.*)/) {
$sha1 = $1;
last;
}
}
close(C);
return $sha1;
}
if ( $opt_p !~ m/:/ ) {
print "Error: Mozilla trust identifier list must include both purposes and levels\n";
HELP_MESSAGE();
}
(my $included_mozilla_trust_purposes_string, my $included_mozilla_trust_levels_string) = split( ':', $opt_p );
my @included_mozilla_trust_purposes = parse_csv_param( "trust purpose", $included_mozilla_trust_purposes_string, @valid_mozilla_trust_purposes );
my @included_mozilla_trust_levels = parse_csv_param( "trust level", $included_mozilla_trust_levels_string, @valid_mozilla_trust_levels );
my @included_signature_algorithms = parse_csv_param( "signature algorithm", $opt_s, @valid_signature_algorithms );
sub should_output_cert(%) {
my %trust_purposes_by_level = @_;
foreach my $level (@included_mozilla_trust_levels) {
# for each level we want to output, see if any of our desired purposes are included
return 1 if ( defined( List::Util::first { is_in_list( $_, @included_mozilla_trust_purposes ) } @{$trust_purposes_by_level{$level}} ) );
}
return 0;
}
my $crt = $ARGV[0] || 'ca-bundle.crt';
(my $txt = $url) =~ s@(.*/|\?.*)@@g;
my $stdout = $crt eq '-';
my $resp;
my $fetched;
my $oldsha1 = oldsha1($crt);
print STDERR "SHA1 of old file: $oldsha1\n" if (!$opt_q);
print STDERR "Downloading '$txt' ...\n" if (!$opt_q);
if($curl && !$opt_n) {
my $https = $url;
$https =~ s/^http:/https:/;
print STDERR "Get certdata over HTTPS with curl!\n" if (!$opt_q);
my $quiet = $opt_q ? "-s" : "";
my @out = `curl -w %{response_code} $quiet -O $https`;
if(@out && $out[0] == 200) {
$fetched = 1;
} else {
print STDERR "Failed downloading HTTPS with curl, trying HTTP with LWP\n" if (!$opt_q);
}
}
unless ($fetched || ($opt_n and -e $txt)) {
my $ua = new LWP::UserAgent(agent => "$0/$version");
$ua->env_proxy();
$resp = $ua->mirror($url, $txt);
if ($resp && $resp->code eq '304') {
print STDERR "Not modified\n" unless $opt_q;
exit 0 if -e $crt && !$opt_f;
} else {
$fetched = 1;
}
if( !$resp || $resp->code !~ /^(?:200|304)$/ ) {
print STDERR "Unable to download latest data: "
. ($resp? $resp->code . ' - ' . $resp->message : "LWP failed") . "\n"
unless $opt_q;
exit 1 if -e $crt || ! -r $txt;
}
}
my $filedate = $resp ? $resp->last_modified : (stat($txt))[9];
my $datesrc = "as of";
if(!$filedate) {
# mxr.mozilla.org gave us a time, hg.mozilla.org does not!
$filedate = time();
$datesrc="downloaded on";
}
# get the hash from the download file
my $newsha1= sha1($txt);
if(!$opt_f && $oldsha1 eq $newsha1) {
print STDERR "Downloaded file identical to previous run\'s source file. Exiting\n";
exit;
}
print STDERR "SHA1 of new file: $newsha1\n";
my $currentdate = scalar gmtime($filedate);
my $format = $opt_t ? "plain text and " : "";
if( $stdout ) {
open(CRT, '> -') or die "Couldn't open STDOUT: $!\n";
} else {
open(CRT,">$crt.~") or die "Couldn't open $crt.~: $!\n";
}
print CRT <<EOT;
##
## Bundle of CA Root Certificates
##
## Certificate data from Mozilla ${datesrc}: ${currentdate}
##
## This is a bundle of X.509 certificates of public Certificate Authorities
## (CA). These were automatically extracted from Mozilla's root certificates
## file (certdata.txt). This file can be found in the mozilla source tree:
## ${url}
##
## It contains the certificates in ${format}PEM format and therefore
## can be directly used with curl / libcurl / php_curl, or with
## an Apache+mod_ssl webserver for SSL client authentication.
## Just configure this file as the SSLCACertificateFile.
##
## Conversion done with mk-ca-bundle.pl version $version.
## SHA1: $newsha1
##
EOT
print STDERR "Processing '$txt' ...\n" if (!$opt_q);
my $caname;
my $certnum = 0;
my $skipnum = 0;
my $start_of_cert = 0;
open(TXT,"$txt") or die "Couldn't open $txt: $!\n";
while (<TXT>) {
if (/\*\*\*\*\* BEGIN LICENSE BLOCK \*\*\*\*\*/) {
print CRT;
print if ($opt_l);
while (<TXT>) {
print CRT;
print if ($opt_l);
last if (/\*\*\*\*\* END LICENSE BLOCK \*\*\*\*\*/);
}
}
next if /^#|^\s*$/;
chomp;
if (/^CVS_ID\s+\"(.*)\"/) {
print CRT "# $1\n";
}
# this is a match for the start of a certificate
if (/^CKA_CLASS CK_OBJECT_CLASS CKO_CERTIFICATE/) {
$start_of_cert = 1
}
if ($start_of_cert && /^CKA_LABEL UTF8 \"(.*)\"/) {
$caname = $1;
}
my %trust_purposes_by_level;
if ($start_of_cert && /^CKA_VALUE MULTILINE_OCTAL/) {
my $data;
while (<TXT>) {
last if (/^END/);
chomp;
my @octets = split(/\\/);
shift @octets;
for (@octets) {
$data .= chr(oct);
}
}
# scan forwards until the trust part
while (<TXT>) {
last if (/^CKA_CLASS CK_OBJECT_CLASS CKO_NSS_TRUST/);
chomp;
}
# now scan the trust part to determine how we should trust this cert
while (<TXT>) {
last if (/^#/);
if (/^CKA_TRUST_([A-Z_]+)\s+CK_TRUST\s+CKT_NSS_([A-Z_]+)\s*$/) {
if ( !is_in_list($1,@valid_mozilla_trust_purposes) ) {
print STDERR "Warning: Unrecognized trust purpose for cert: $caname. Trust purpose: $1. Trust Level: $2\n" if (!$opt_q);
} elsif ( !is_in_list($2,@valid_mozilla_trust_levels) ) {
print STDERR "Warning: Unrecognized trust level for cert: $caname. Trust purpose: $1. Trust Level: $2\n" if (!$opt_q);
} else {
push @{$trust_purposes_by_level{$2}}, $1;
}
}
}
if ( !should_output_cert(%trust_purposes_by_level) ) {
$skipnum ++;
} else {
my $encoded = MIME::Base64::encode_base64($data, '');
$encoded =~ s/(.{1,${opt_w}})/$1\n/g;
my $pem = "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\n"
. $encoded
. "-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n";
print CRT "\n$caname\n";
my $maxStringLength = length($caname);
if ($opt_t) {
foreach my $key (keys %trust_purposes_by_level) {
my $string = $key . ": " . join(", ", @{$trust_purposes_by_level{$key}});
$maxStringLength = List::Util::max( length($string), $maxStringLength );
print CRT $string . "\n";
}
}
print CRT ("=" x $maxStringLength . "\n");
if (!$opt_t) {
print CRT $pem;
} else {
my $pipe = "";
foreach my $hash (@included_signature_algorithms) {
$pipe = "|$openssl x509 -" . $hash . " -fingerprint -noout -inform PEM";
if (!$stdout) {
$pipe .= " >> $crt.~";
close(CRT) or die "Couldn't close $crt.~: $!";
}
open(TMP, $pipe) or die "Couldn't open openssl pipe: $!";
print TMP $pem;
close(TMP) or die "Couldn't close openssl pipe: $!";
if (!$stdout) {
open(CRT, ">>$crt.~") or die "Couldn't open $crt.~: $!";
}
}
$pipe = "|$openssl x509 -text -inform PEM";
if (!$stdout) {
$pipe .= " >> $crt.~";
close(CRT) or die "Couldn't close $crt.~: $!";
}
open(TMP, $pipe) or die "Couldn't open openssl pipe: $!";
print TMP $pem;
close(TMP) or die "Couldn't close openssl pipe: $!";
if (!$stdout) {
open(CRT, ">>$crt.~") or die "Couldn't open $crt.~: $!";
}
}
print STDERR "Parsing: $caname\n" if ($opt_v);
$certnum ++;
$start_of_cert = 0;
}
}
}
close(TXT) or die "Couldn't close $txt: $!\n";
close(CRT) or die "Couldn't close $crt.~: $!\n";
unless( $stdout ) {
if ($opt_b && -e $crt) {
my $bk = 1;
while (-e "$crt.~${bk}~") {
$bk++;
}
rename $crt, "$crt.~${bk}~" or die "Failed to create backup $crt.~$bk}~: $!\n";
} elsif( -e $crt ) {
unlink( $crt ) or die "Failed to remove $crt: $!\n";
}
rename "$crt.~", $crt or die "Failed to rename $crt.~ to $crt: $!\n";
}
unlink $txt if ($opt_u);
print STDERR "Done ($certnum CA certs processed, $skipnum skipped).\n" if (!$opt_q);
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