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#!perl -w
=head1 NAME
tls - plugin to support STARTTLS
=head1 SYNOPSIS
# in config/plugins
tls [B<cert_path priv_key_path ca_path>]
=over indentlevel
=item B<cert_path>
Path to the server certificate file. Default: I<ssl/qpsmtpd-server.crt>
=item B<priv_key_path>
Path to the private key file. Default: I<ssl/qpsmtpd-server.key>
=item B<ca_path>
Path to the certificate authority file. Default: I<ssl/qpsmtpd-ca.crt>
=back
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This plugin implements basic TLS support. It can also be used to support
port 465 (SMTP over SSL), but only with qpsmtpd-forkserver. In this case,
be sure to load plugins/tls before any other connect plugins and start
qpsmtpd like this:
qpsmtpd-forkserver --port 25 --port 465
You can also specify multiple --listen-address options as well; see the help
for qpsmtpd-forkserver for more details.
If TLS is successfully negotiated then the C<tls_enabled> field in the
Connection notes is set. If you wish to make TLS mandatory you should check
that field and take appropriate action. Note that you can only do that from
MAIL FROM onwards.
Use the script C<plugins/tls_cert> to automatically generate a self-signed
certificate with the appropriate characteristics. Otherwise, you should
give absolute pathnames to the certificate, key, and the CA root cert
used to sign that certificate.
=head1 CIPHERS and COMPATIBILITY
By default, we use only the plugins that openssl considers to be
"high security". If you need to tweak the available ciphers for some
broken client (such as Versamail 3.x), have a look at the available
ciphers at L<http://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/ciphers.html#CIPHER_STRINGS>,
and put a suitable string in config/tls_ciphers (e.g. "DEFAULT" or
"HIGH:MEDIUM")
=cut
use IO::Socket::SSL 0.98; # qw(debug1 debug2 debug3 debug4);
sub init {
my ($self, $qp, $cert, $key, $ca) = @_;
$cert ||= 'ssl/qpsmtpd-server.crt';
$key ||= 'ssl/qpsmtpd-server.key';
$ca ||= 'ssl/qpsmtpd-ca.crt';
unless ( -f $cert && -f $key && -f $ca ) {
$self->log(LOGERROR, "Cannot locate cert/key! Run plugins/tls_cert to generate");
return;
}
$self->tls_cert($cert);
$self->tls_key($key);
$self->tls_ca($ca);
$self->tls_ciphers($self->qp->config('tls_ciphers') || 'HIGH');
$self->log(LOGINFO, "ciphers: ".$self->tls_ciphers);
local $^W; # this bit is very noisy...
my $ssl_ctx = IO::Socket::SSL::SSL_Context->new(
SSL_use_cert => 1,
SSL_cert_file => $self->tls_cert,
SSL_key_file => $self->tls_key,
SSL_ca_file => $self->tls_ca,
SSL_cipher_list => $self->tls_ciphers,
SSL_server => 1
) or die "Could not create SSL context: $!";
# now extract the password...
$self->ssl_context($ssl_ctx);
# Check for possible AUTH mechanisms
HOOK: foreach my $hook ( keys %{$qp->hooks} ) {
no strict 'refs';
if ( $hook =~ m/^auth-?(.+)?$/ ) {
if ( defined $1 ) {
my $hooksub = "hook_$hook";
$hooksub =~ s/\W/_/g;
*$hooksub = \&bad_ssl_hook;
}
else { # at least one polymorphous auth provider
*hook_auth = \&bad_ssl_hook;
}
}
}
}
sub hook_ehlo {
my ($self, $transaction) = @_;
return DECLINED unless $self->can_do_tls;
return DECLINED if $self->connection->notes('tls_enabled');
return DENY, "Command refused due to lack of security" if $transaction->notes('ssl_failed');
my $cap = $transaction->notes('capabilities');
$cap ||= [];
push @$cap, 'STARTTLS';
$transaction->notes('tls_enabled', 1);
$transaction->notes('capabilities', $cap);
return DECLINED;
}
sub hook_unrecognized_command {
my ($self, $transaction, $cmd, @args) = @_;
return DECLINED unless $cmd eq 'starttls';
return DECLINED unless $transaction->notes('tls_enabled');
return DENY, "Syntax error (no parameters allowed)" if @args;
# OK, now we setup TLS
$self->qp->respond (220, "Go ahead with TLS");
unless ( _convert_to_ssl($self) ) {
# SSL setup failed. Now we must respond to every command with 5XX
warn("TLS failed: $@\n");
$transaction->notes('ssl_failed', 1);
return DENY, "TLS Negotiation Failed";
}
$self->log(LOGWARN, "TLS setup returning");
return DONE;
}
sub hook_connect {
my ($self, $transaction) = @_;
my $local_port = $self->qp->connection->local_port;
return DECLINED unless defined $local_port && $local_port == 465; # SMTPS
unless ( _convert_to_ssl($self) ) {
return (DENY_DISCONNECT, "Cannot establish SSL session");
}
$self->log(LOGWARN, "Connected via SMTPS");
return DECLINED;
}
sub hook_post_connection {
my ($self, $transaction) = @_;
my $tls_socket = $self->connection->notes('tls_socket');
if (defined $tls_socket && $self->connection->notes('tls_socket_is_duped')) {
$tls_socket->close;
$self->connection->notes('tls_socket', undef);
$self->connection->notes('tls_socked_is_duped', 0);
}
return DECLINED;
}
sub _convert_to_ssl {
my ($self) = @_;
if ($self->qp->isa('Qpsmtpd::PollServer')) {
return _convert_to_ssl_async($self);
}
eval {
my $tlssocket = IO::Socket::SSL->new_from_fd(
fileno(STDIN), '+>',
SSL_use_cert => 1,
SSL_cert_file => $self->tls_cert,
SSL_key_file => $self->tls_key,
SSL_ca_file => $self->tls_ca,
SSL_cipher_list => $self->tls_ciphers,
SSL_server => 1,
SSL_reuse_ctx => $self->ssl_context,
) or die "Could not create SSL socket: $!";
# Clone connection object (without data received from client)
$self->qp->connection($self->connection->clone());
$self->qp->reset_transaction;
*STDIN = *STDOUT = $self->connection->notes('tls_socket', $tlssocket);
$self->connection->notes('tls_socket_is_duped', 1);
$self->connection->notes('tls_enabled', 1);
};
if ($@) {
return 0;
}
else {
return 1;
}
}
sub _convert_to_ssl_async {
my ($self) = @_;
my $upgrader = $self->connection
->notes( 'tls_upgrader', UpgradeClientSSL->new($self) );
$upgrader->upgrade_socket();
return 1;
}
sub can_do_tls {
my ($self) = @_;
$self->tls_cert && -r $self->tls_cert;
}
sub tls_cert {
my $self = shift;
@_ and $self->{_tls_cert} = shift;
$self->{_tls_cert};
}
sub tls_key {
my $self = shift;
@_ and $self->{_tls_key} = shift;
$self->{_tls_key};
}
sub tls_ca {
my $self = shift;
@_ and $self->{_tls_ca} = shift;
$self->{_tls_ca};
}
sub tls_ciphers {
my $self = shift;
@_ and $self->{_tls_ciphers} = shift;
$self->{_tls_ciphers};
}
sub ssl_context {
my $self = shift;
@_ and $self->{_ssl_ctx} = shift;
$self->{_ssl_ctx};
}
# Fulfill RFC 2487 secn 5.1
sub bad_ssl_hook {
my ($self, $transaction) = @_;
return DENY, "Command refused due to lack of security" if $transaction->notes('ssl_failed');
return DECLINED;
}
*hook_helo = *hook_data = *hook_rcpt = *hook_mail = \&bad_ssl_hook;
package UpgradeClientSSL;
# borrowed heavily from Perlbal::SocketSSL
use strict;
use warnings;
no warnings qw(deprecated);
use IO::Socket::SSL 0.98;
use Errno qw( EAGAIN );
use fields qw( _stashed_qp _stashed_plugin _ssl_started );
sub new {
my UpgradeClientSSL $self = shift;
$self = fields::new($self) unless ref $self;
$self->{_stashed_plugin} = shift;
$self->{_stashed_qp} = $self->{_stashed_plugin}->qp;
return $self;
}
sub upgrade_socket {
my UpgradeClientSSL $self = shift;
unless ( $self->{_ssl_started} ) {
$self->{_stashed_qp}->clear_data();
IO::Socket::SSL->start_SSL(
$self->{_stashed_qp}->{sock}, {
SSL_use_cert => 1,
SSL_cert_file => $self->{_stashed_plugin}->tls_cert,
SSL_key_file => $self->{_stashed_plugin}->tls_key,
SSL_ca_file => $self->{_stashed_plugin}->tls_ca,
SSL_cipher_list => $self->{_stashed_plugin}->tls_ciphers,
SSL_startHandshake => 0,
SSL_server => 1,
SSL_reuse_ctx => $self->{_stashed_plugin}->ssl_context,
}
) or die "Could not upgrade socket to SSL: $!";
$self->{_ssl_started} = 1;
}
$self->event_read($self->{_stashed_qp});
}
sub event_read {
my UpgradeClientSSL $self = shift;
my $qp = shift;
$qp->watch_read( 0 );
my $sock = $qp->{sock}->accept_SSL;
if (defined $sock) {
$qp->connection( $qp->connection->clone );
$qp->reset_transaction;
$qp->connection->notes('tls_socket', $sock);
$qp->connection->notes('tls_enabled', 1);
$qp->watch_read(1);
return 1;
}
# nope, let's see if we can continue the process
if ($! == EAGAIN) {
$qp->set_reader_object($self);
if ($SSL_ERROR == SSL_WANT_READ) {
$qp->watch_read(1);
} elsif ($SSL_ERROR == SSL_WANT_WRITE) {
$qp->watch_write(1);
} else {
$qp->disconnect();
}
} else {
$qp->disconnect();
}
}
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