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# TODO Optimize by moving import inside functions.
import argparse
import getpass
import gtk
except ImportError:
import hashlib
import math
import os
import random
import string
import sys
CHAR_SETS = [string.lowercase, string.uppercase, string.digits,
string.punctuation, ' ']
def generate_password(base=None, seed=None, length=16, char_sets=CHAR_SETS,
min_objects=None, max_objects=None, include=None,
'''Generate a password based on various options.'''
# NOTE This function contains code that is no longer required. It is not
# very well structured either. It would be wise to rewrite it.
password = ''
if base:
# A substring of the password.
base_string = base[0]
base_length = len(base_string)
length -= base_length
# The location of the substring in the password (various options).
base_alignment = base[1]
# NOTE Perhaps necessary to move this.
if seed:
while len(password) < length:
if include:
# The fifth character set is intended for the space character and
# all other characters that the user wants to be included in the
# characters sets. Only add characters if they are not present in
# any other set.
chars = ''.join(char_sets)
for char in include:
if char not in chars:
char_sets[4] += include
if exclude:
for char in exclude:
for i, char_set in enumerate(char_sets):
if char in char_set:
char_sets[i] = char_set.replace(char, '')
if min_objects:
for i, item in enumerate(min_objects):
for _ in xrange(item):
password += random.choice(char_sets[i])
# If the following two lines were ommitted the output would have an
# equal number of characters from each character set if the length
# of the generated password is a multiple of the sum of the items
# in min_objects.
extra_length = length - sum(min_objects)
password += generate_password(length=extra_length)
# No special requirements, simply generate the password.
for _ in xrange(length):
if isinstance(char_sets, list):
password += random.choice(''.join(char_sets))
password += random.choice(char_sets)
if max_objects:
count = {}
for char in password:
if char in count:
count[char] += 1
count[char] = 1
for char in count:
if count[char] >= max_objects:
# TODO Find a way to handle this outcome. Following line
# for testing purposes.
print char, count[char]
# Shuffle the characters in case it's necessary (depends on the options).
password = ''.join(random.sample(password, length))
if base:
if base_alignment == 'left':
password = base_string + password
elif base_alignment == 'right':
password += base_string
# TODO Write something to change "example" into "$" or
# something similar (randomly select the lenght of each part).
elif base_alignment == 'split':
elif base_alignment == 'random':
pos = random.randrange(0, length + base_length - 1)
password = password[:pos] + base_string + password[pos:]
return password
def get_clipboard():
'''Return the current contents of the clipboard.'''
return gtk.clipboard_get().wait_for_text()
def set_clipboard(contents):
'''Saves contents to the clipboard.'''
clipboard = gtk.clipboard_get()
def generate_salt(bits=128):
'''Generate a salt using a cryptologically secure pseudorandom number
bytes = int(bits / 8.0)
return os.urandom(bytes).encode('hex')
def hash_password(password, salt):
'''Hash the password and save it in the database.'''
return hashlib.sha256(salt + password).hexdigest()
def save_hash(data, filename='.pwdhashes'):
'''Save the hash to a file.'''
with open(filename, 'w') as file:
file.write(' '.join([salt, hashed]))
def validate(password, filename='.pwdhashes'):
'''Validate the password entered with the salt and hash in the file.'''
with open(filename, 'r') as file:
for line in file:
salt, hashed_password = line.split()
new_hash = hash_password(password, salt=salt)
if new_hash == hashed_password:
return True
def get_input(query, type='str'):
'''Return input as a string or an integer.'''
if type == 'str':
return raw_input(query)
elif type == 'int':
return int(raw_input(query))
except ValueError:
print 'Integer required.'
return get_input(query, 'int')
except (KeyboardInterrupt, EOFError):
def password_entropy(length, cardinality):
'''Return the entropy of of a password in bits based on its length and
return length * math.log(cardinality, 2)
def crack_time(entropy, time_per_guess, parallel_guesses):
'''Return the average crack time in seconds for a password based on its
entropy, the time for each guess and the number of parallel guesses.'''
return 0.5 * pow(2, entropy) * time_per_guess / parallel_guesses
def gauge_password_strength(password):
'''Gauge the strength of the input password. Output could be boolean,
numeric or verbose depending on the options.'''
# TODO Detect the cardinality of the password. Assume it's 95 for now if
# only for testing purposes.
entropy = password_entropy(len(password), 95)
seconds = crack_time(entropy, 0.000000001, 1000000)
print 'Entropy (assuming a cardinality of 95): %.2f bits' % entropy
print 'Cracking time (worst case scenario): %d seconds' % seconds
def obfuscate(password):
'''Return obfuscated password.'''
print password
def charsets(sets):
'''Return a string with all the characters in the character sets specified
in the input.'''
chars = {'l': string.lowercase, 'u': string.uppercase, 'd': string.digits,
'p': string.punctuation + ' '}
error = False
final_set = []
for char in sets:
error = True
if error:
print 'Only l, u, d and p allowed.'
# Ensure that the number of references to a set doesn't affect the number
# of characters from the set.
# TODO This should be in generate_passwords. Much to do there, do it later.
return ''.join(list(set(''.join(final_set))))
def parse_args():
'''Return parsed arguments.'''
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='drake - password and '
'encryption utilities')
parser.add_argument('-v', '--version', action='version',
version='drake 0.1')
parser.add_argument('-l', '--length', nargs='?', metavar='NUM',
default=False, type=int,
help='''Password length. The default is 16.''')
parser.add_argument('-n', '--number', nargs='?', metavar='NUM',
default=False, type=int,
help='''Number of passwords. The default is 1.''')
parser.add_argument('-S', '--seeds', nargs='?', metavar='NUM',
default=False, type=int,
help='''Number of seeds. The default is 1.''')
parser.add_argument('-s', '--seed', nargs='?', metavar='STR',
help='''The seed for the pseudo-random generator.''')
parser.add_argument('-i', '--interactive', action='store_true',
help='''Enter the necessary data interactively. By
default all data is entered via the options.''')
parser.add_argument('-c', '--clipboard', action='store_true',
help='''Save the password(s) to the clipboard. This
option is unnecessary with -C or --cloak.''')
parser.add_argument('-C', '--cloak', action='store_true',
help='''Hide the input and the output. The password(s)
are saved to the clipboard.''')
parser.add_argument('-g', '--gauge', nargs='?', metavar='STR',
help='''Gauge the strength of an input password.''')
parser.add_argument('-o', '--obfuscate', nargs='?', metavar='STR',
help='''Obfuscate an input password. If not used with
the interactive flag (-i) use the form
"string,alignment" where alignment can be either left
or right.''')
parser.add_argument('-x', '--character-sets', nargs='?', metavar='STR',
help='''Control which character sets are used in the
generator. Available character sets are lowercase and
uppercase characters, digits and all punctuation
symbols. This constitutes all the printable characters,
95 including whitespace (' '). The option can contain
one or all of the initials of the character sets, for
example, use 'lud' for an alphanumeric password.''')
return parser.parse_args()
def generate_wordlike_strings():
'''Used with generate_password() to generate an easier to remember
def list_characters():
'''List characters according to phonetic alphabet tables or common
def main():
# XXX There are patterns in the following code, such that it could be
# structured as a function. This will do for now, but it would be better to
# do something as it is very cluttered, even though only the basic features
# are present.
args = parse_args()
if args.character_sets is None:
if args.interactive:
print 'Available character sets:'
print 'Lowercase: %s' % string.lowercase
print 'Uppercase: %s' % string.uppercase
print 'Digits: %s' % string.digits
print 'Punctuation symbols: %s' % string.punctuation
sets = get_input('Enter the initials of each character set: ')
args.character_sets = charsets(sets)
elif args.character_sets is not False:
args.character_sets = charsets(args.character_sets)
if args.cloak:
global raw_input
# Use getpass instead of raw_input to hide the input from prying eyes.
raw_input = getpass.getpass
# For obvious reasons we don't want to print the password in plaintext.
args.clipboard = True
# This is not supposed to work with any other options other than -i and -C.
if args.gauge is None:
if args.interactive:
args.gauge = get_input('Enter the password: ')
elif args.gauge is not False:
if args.length is None:
if args.interactive:
args.length = get_input('Enter the length of the password(s): ',
if args.number is None:
if args.interactive:
args.number = get_input('Enter the number of passwords: ', 'int')
if args.obfuscate is None:
if args.interactive:
args.obfuscate = get_input('Enter the password: ')
alignment = get_input('Enter the alignment (left/right): ')
base = [args.obfuscate, alignment]
# TODO Use args.length instead of 16.
if len(base[0]) > 16:
print 'Base string too long.'
elif args.obfuscate is not False:
base = args.obfuscate.split(',')
# TODO Use args.length instead of 16.
if len(base[0]) > 16:
print 'Base string too long.'
if args.seeds is None:
if args.interactive:
args.seeds = get_input('Enter the number of seeds: ', 'int')
if args.seed is None or args.seeds is not False:
if args.interactive:
if args.seeds is False or args.seeds == 1:
args.seed = get_input('Enter the seed: ')
seeds = []
for i in xrange(args.seeds):
seeds.append(get_input('Enter seed #%s: ' % str(i + 1)))
args.seed = ''.join(seeds)
# Setting defaults.
if not args.length:
args.length = 16
if not args.number:
args.number = 1
if not args.seed:
args.seed = None
if not args.obfuscate:
args.obfuscate = None
if not args.character_sets:
args.character_sets = CHAR_SETS
passwords = []
# Necessary here if there are more than one passwords. Fix later.
for _ in xrange(args.number):
passwords = '\n'.join(passwords)
if args.clipboard:
elif not args.cloak:
print passwords
if __name__ == '__main__':