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NR API front-end

An API to enable the storage of non-repudiable data.

Prerequisites: NR mechanisms

1. Fabric

installation

Install (older version of) Fabric docker images.

$ curl -sSL http://bit.ly/2ysbOFE | bash -s -- 1.4.0 1.4.0 0.4.15 -s -b

setup and run chain

From https://medium.com/@kctheservant/an-implementation-example-of-notarization-in-hyperledger-fabric-e66fab155fdb :

Besides Fabric SDK, we also needs handling X509 certificate and cryptography.

inside chain/basic-network

Bring up Basic Network and check if all five containers are up and running. After that the Basic Network is up and running with a channel mychannel is created and the peer node joins the channel.

$ ./start.sh && docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up -d cli
$ docker ps

Check all five containers are up and running.

any directory

After Basic Network is up and running, we can work on the chaincode installation and instantiation.

$ docker exec cli peer chaincode install -n docrec -v 1.0 -p "github.com/docrec"
$ docker exec cli peer chaincode instantiate -o orderer.example.com:7050 -C mychannel -n docrec -v 1.0 -c '{"Args":[]}' -P "OR ('Org1MSP.member')"

setup chain for NR (docker)

Fabric NR setup happens alongside API setup.

setup chain for NR (non-docker)

inside chain/docrec

$ npm init -y
$ npm install fabric-ca-client fabric-network crypto-js jsrsasign -S

Use enrollAdmin.js to enrol an admin. If admin is in docrec/wallet, it is already enrolled and it will be used later.

$ node enrollAdmin.js
$ ls wallet

Use registerUser.js to enrol users alice and bob. If they are already in the docrec/wallet, they are already enrolled and can be used later.

$ node registerUser.js alice
$ ls wallet

We later needs the certificate from alice for signature validation. The certificate can be found inside the wallet. The directory is docrec/wallet/alice/alice.

$ cat wallet/alice/alice

Use any editor to extract it and keep them into a file: wallet/alicecert.

2. Bucket

inside bucket/certs

configuration

Generate certschain/basic-network

./gen-ca-cert.sh
./gen-domain-cert.sh

inside bucket

run (docker)

docker-compose build
docker-compose up -d

run (non-docker)

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3. SELinux

Checkout submodule:

git submodule init
git submodule update

Change into vagrant directory:

cd selinux/_vagrant

Startup Vagrant machine:

vagrant up --no-provision
vagrant provision

NB. as of now, openssh-selinux can only be installed into the Vagrant VM with --nocheck.

Enable Selinux enforcement in VM:

vagrant ssh
sudo setsebool secure_mode_policyload on
sudo setenforce 1

Note IP address of main interface:

ifconfig

API

inside main repo

installation (docker)

Add IP address of vagrant machine to api/routes/selinux.js.

$ docker-compose up -d

installation (non-docker)

inside api
$ npm init -y
$ npm install fabric-ca-client fabric-network crypto-js jsrsasign -S

Install and bring up API.

$ npm install
$ npm start

Reference certs for SSL bucket use:

export NODE_EXTRA_CA_CERTS=../bucket/certs/nr.crt

usage

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