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xandfury committed Jul 25, 2018
1 parent 64474da commit 8ee0227b34f7a37ce77dbff2501ce05c44677234
@@ -11,8 +11,6 @@ omit =
conpot/core/loggers/taxii_log.py
conpot/utils/mac_addr.py
# New features.. Just to avoid coverage drop - before we actually write some tests
conpot/emulators/proxy_decoder.py
conpot/protocols/ftp/*.py
conpot/core/internal_interface.py
conpot/core/protocol_wrapper.py
conpot/core/auth.py
@@ -59,5 +59,4 @@ conpot.log
*.bak

# for fs testing
fs_test/
data_temp_fs/
fs_test/
@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ install:
- git show HEAD:conpot/__init__.py > docs/source/conpot_version.py
- pip install coveralls
- pip install tox
- pip install -r requirements.txt
before_script:
- mysql -e 'CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS conpot_unittest;'
- chmod +x "$REPO/bin/conpot"
@@ -44,9 +44,9 @@ class VirtualFS(object):
|-- http
|-- snmp
`-- ftp etc.
:param fs_path: Path for storing data_fs. A dictionary with attribute name _protocol_vfs stores all the
:param data_fs_path: Path for storing data_fs. A dictionary with attribute name _protocol_vfs stores all the
fs folders made by all the individual protocols.
:type fs_path: fs.open_fs
:type data_fs_path: fs.open_fs
"""
def __init__(self, data_fs_path=None):
self._conpot_vfs = dict() # dictionary to keep all the protocol vfs instances, maintain easy access for
@@ -29,6 +29,9 @@
# def __int__(self):
# self.start_time = datetime.now()
# self.end_time = None
# # basically we need a timeout time composite of timeout for
# # data_sock and client_sock. Let us say that timeout of 5 sec for data_sock
# # and
#
# def get_command_channel_metrics(self):
# pass
@@ -193,6 +196,7 @@ def handle_cmd_channel(self):
log_data['response'] = response
self.client_sock.send(response)
if 'request' in log_data or 'response' in log_data:
# we can check timeout here.
logger.info('FTP traffic to {}: {} ({})'.format(self.client_address, log_data, self.session.id))
self.session.add_event(log_data)
except socket.timeout:
@@ -277,7 +281,7 @@ def handle_data_channel(self):
# Consumes data from the data channel output queue. Log it and sends it across to the client.
# If a file needs to be send, pass the file name directly as file parameter. sendfile is used
# in this case.
data = self._data_channel_output_q.get(block=True)
data = self._data_channel_output_q.get()
if data['type'] == 'raw_data':
logger.info('Send data {} at {}:{} for client : {}'.format(
data['data'], self.cli_ip, self.cli_port, self.client_address)
@@ -296,6 +300,7 @@ def handle_data_channel(self):
raise
if self._data_channel_output_q.qsize() == 0:
# no more data to send. Close the data channel
self.respond(b'226 Transfer complete.')
self._data_channel_send.set()
elif not self._data_channel_recv.is_set():
# must be a receiving event. Get data from socket and add it to input_q
@@ -317,10 +322,11 @@ def handle_data_channel(self):
# we have received all data. Time to finish this process.
# set the writing event to True - so that we can write this data to files.
self._data_channel_recv.set()
# assume that the read/write event has finished
# send a nice resp to the client saying everything has finished.
# set the self._data_channel(_recv/_send) markers.
self.stop_data_channel(reason='Transfer has completed!.')
else:
# assume that the read/write event has finished
# send a nice resp to the client saying everything has finished.
# set the self._data_channel(_recv/_send) markers.
self.stop_data_channel(reason='Transfer has completed!.')
except (socket.error, socket.timeout) as se:
# TODO: send appropriate response
# Flush contents of the data channel
@@ -389,8 +395,6 @@ def push_data(self, data):
"""Handy utility to push some data using the data channel"""
# ensure data is encoded in bytes
data = data.encode('utf8') if not isinstance(data, bytes) else data
if self._data_channel:
self.respond("125 Data connection already open. Transfer starting.")
self._data_channel_output_q.put({'type': 'raw_data', 'data': data})

def send_file(self, file_name):
@@ -400,6 +404,7 @@ def send_file(self, file_name):
else:
self.respond("150 File status okay. About to open data connection.")
self._data_channel_output_q.put({'type': 'file', 'file': file_name})
self.start_data_channel()

# ----------------------- FTP Authentication and other unities --------------------

@@ -489,7 +489,6 @@ def do_RETR(self, arg):
filename = self.config.vfs.norm_path(self.working_dir + arg)
if self.config.vfs.isfile(filename):
self.send_file(file_name=filename)
self.start_data_channel()
else:
raise FilesystemError('cmd: RETR. Path requested {} is not a file.')
except (OSError, fs.errors.FSError, FilesystemError, FTPPrivilegeException) as err:
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
# This directory is where all testing related uploads would be store. We don't want to keep those.
# Ignore everything in this directory
*
*/
!.gitignore
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@
from freezegun import freeze_time
from conpot.protocols.ftp.ftp_utils import ftp_commands
import conpot.core as conpot_core
from conpot.helpers import sanitize_file_name
from conpot.protocols.ftp.ftp_server import FTPServer
import ftplib # Use ftplib's client for more authentic testing

@@ -166,13 +167,18 @@ def test_mkd(self):
_ = self.client.sendcmd('mkd testing/testing')
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('mkd testing/testing/../demo'),
'257 "/data/ftp/testing/demo" directory created.')
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
_vfs.removedir('testing/testing')
_vfs.removedir('testing/demo')
_vfs.removedir('testing')

def test_cwd(self):
# TODO: test for a user who does not has permissions to change directory
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# create a directory to cwd to.
self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.makedir('testing')
_vfs.makedir('testing')
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('cwd testing'), '250 "/data/ftp/testing" is the current directory.')
# check consistency with pwd
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('pwd'), '257 "/data/ftp/testing" is the current directory.')
@@ -181,12 +187,14 @@ def test_cwd(self):
# make sure that user does not go - out of the root path.
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, "550 'cwd ../' points to a path which is outside the user's "
"root directory.", self.client.sendcmd, 'cwd ../')
_vfs.removedir('testing')

def test_rmd(self):
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# let us create a temp dir for deleting
self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.makedir('tmp')
_vfs.makedir('tmp')
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rmd tmp'), '250 Directory removed.')
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, '550 Remove directory operation failed.', self.client.sendcmd,
'rmd tmp')
@@ -210,18 +218,21 @@ def test_mdtm(self):

def test_dele(self):
# TODO: check for a user who does not have permissions to delete a file!
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# let us create a temp file just for deleting.
with self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.open('/temp_file', mode='w') as _tmp:
with _vfs.open('/temp_file', mode='w') as _tmp:
_tmp.write('This is just a temp file for testing rm')
# delete that file
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('dele temp_file'), '250 File removed.')
# check for errors
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, '550 Failed to delete file.', self.client.sendcmd, 'dele temp_file')

@unittest.skip
def test_file_rename(self):
# TODO: check for a user who does not have permissions to rename a file!
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# First we would do everything for a valid file and all valid params
@@ -232,33 +243,35 @@ def test_file_rename(self):
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, "503 Bad sequence of commands: use RNFR first.", self.client.sendcmd,
'rnto /random_path')
# create a custom file to play with.
with self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.open('/test_rename_file.txt', mode='w') as _test:
with _vfs.open('/test_rename_file.txt', mode='w') as _test:
_test.write('This is just a test file for rename testing of FTP server')
# do a rnfr to rename file ftp_data.txt
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnfr test_rename_file.txt'), '350 Ready for destination name.')
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnto new_data.txt'), '250 Renaming ok.')
# try for a case that would fail --
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnfr new_data.txt'), '350 Ready for destination name.')
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, '501 can\'t decode command.', self.client.sendcmd,
'rnto Very / Unsafe / file\nname hähä \n\r .txt')
self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.remove('new_data.txt')
try:
# do a rnfr to rename file ftp_data.txt
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnfr test_rename_file.txt'), '350 Ready for destination name.')
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnto new_data.txt'), '250 Renaming ok.')
# try for a case that would fail --
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('rnfr new_data.txt'), '350 Ready for destination name.')
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, '501 can\'t decode command.', self.client.sendcmd,
'rnto Very / Unsafe / file\nname hähä \n\r .txt')
finally:
_vfs.remove('new_data.txt')

def test_site_chmod(self):
# TODO: check for a user who does not have permissions to do chmod!
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# change permissions
self.client.sendcmd('site chmod 644 ftp_data.txt')
self.assertEqual(self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.get_permissions('ftp_data.txt'), 'rw-r--r--')
_vfs, _ = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
self.assertEqual(_vfs.get_permissions('ftp_data.txt'), 'rw-r--r--')

def test_stat(self):
# TODO: check for a user who does not have permissions to do stat!
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
# do stat without args
self.assertEqual(self.client.sendcmd('stat'),
'211-FTP server status:\n Connected to: 127.0.0.1:0\n Logged in as: nobody\n TYPE: '
'ASCII; STRUcture: File; MODE: Stream\n211 End of status.')
self.assertIn('Logged in as: nobody\n TYPE: ASCII; STRUcture: File; MODE: Stream\n211 End of status.',
self.client.sendcmd('stat'))
self.assertIn('ftp_data.txt', self.client.sendcmd('stat /'))

# ------ Data channel related. -----
@@ -271,14 +284,12 @@ def test_list(self):
# Do a list of directory for passive mode
_pasv_list = list()
self.client.retrlines('LIST', _pasv_list.append)
self.assertEqual(['rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 49 Jul 15 17:51 ftp_data.txt',
'rwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 Jul 15 17:51 testing'], _pasv_list)
self.assertEqual(['rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 49 Jul 15 17:51 ftp_data.txt'], _pasv_list)
# check list for active mode
_actv_list = list()
self.client.set_pasv(False)
self.client.retrlines('LIST', _actv_list.append)
self.assertEqual(['rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 49 Jul 15 17:51 ftp_data.txt',
'rwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 Jul 15 17:51 testing'], _actv_list)
self.assertEqual(['rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 49 Jul 15 17:51 ftp_data.txt'], _actv_list)
# response from active and pasv mode should be same.

def test_nlist(self):
@@ -288,24 +299,25 @@ def test_nlist(self):
# Do a list of directory
_pasv_list = list()
self.client.retrlines('NLST', _pasv_list.append)
self.assertEqual(['ftp_data.txt', 'testing'], _pasv_list)
self.assertEqual(['ftp_data.txt'], _pasv_list)
# check list for active mode
_actv_list = list()
self.client.set_pasv(False)
self.client.retrlines('NLST', _actv_list.append)
self.assertEqual(['ftp_data.txt', 'testing'], _actv_list)
self.assertEqual(['ftp_data.txt'], _actv_list)

def test_retr(self):
"""Test retr or downloading a file from the server."""
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
self.client.login(user='nobody', passwd='nobody')
_path = os.path.join(''.join(conpot.__path__), 'tests', 'data', 'data_temp_fs')
_path = os.path.join(''.join(conpot.__path__), 'tests', 'data', 'data_temp_fs', 'ftp')
with open(_path + '/ftp_testing_retr.txt', mode='wb') as _file:
self.client.retrbinary("retr ftp_data.txt", _file.write)
buffer = ''
with open(_path + '/ftp_testing_retr.txt', mode='r') as _file:
buffer += _file.readline()
self.assertEqual(buffer, 'This is just a test file for Conpot\'s FTP server\n')
os.remove(_path + '/ftp_testing_retr.txt')

def test_rein(self):
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
@@ -314,6 +326,7 @@ def test_rein(self):
self.assertRaisesRegex(ftplib.error_perm, '503 Login with USER first.', self.client.sendcmd, 'pass testing')
# TODO: Add test with existing transfer in progress.

@freeze_time('2018-07-15 17:51:17')
def test_stor(self):
# let us test by uploading a file called ftp_testing.txt
self.client.connect(host='127.0.0.1', port=self.ftp_server.server.server_port)
@@ -322,6 +335,11 @@ def test_stor(self):
with open(_path + '/ftp_testing.txt', mode='rb') as _file:
self.client.storbinary("stor ftp_testing_stor.txt", _file)
self.assertIn('ftp_testing_stor.txt', self.ftp_server.handler.config.vfs.listdir('/'))
_vfs, _data_fs = conpot_core.get_vfs('ftp')
_vfs.remove('ftp_testing_stor.txt')
_data_fs_file = sanitize_file_name('ftp_testing_stor.txt', self.client.sock.getsockname()[0],
self.client.sock.getsockname()[1])
_data_fs.remove(_data_fs_file)

@unittest.skip
def test_appe(self):
@@ -47,11 +47,13 @@ def test_mkdir_upload(self):
_data_fs.remove(_file)

def test_tftp_download(self):
_dst_path = '/'.join(conpot.__path__ + ['tests/data/data_temp_fs/tftp/download_test.txt'])
_dst_path = '/'.join(conpot.__path__ + ['tests/data/data_temp_fs/tftp/download'])
client = tftpy.TftpClient('127.0.0.1', self.tftp_server.server.server_port)
client.download('tftp_data.txt', _dst_path)
gevent.sleep(3)
self.assertTrue(filecmp.cmp(_dst_path, self._test_file))
_, _data_fs = conpot_core.get_vfs('tftp')
_data_fs.remove('download')


if __name__ == '__main__':
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ def test_chown(self):
self.assertNotEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', get_actual=True, namespaces=['access']).uid, 3000)
# check gid
self.assertEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', namespaces=['access']).gid, 2000)
self.assertNotEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', get_actual=True, namespaces=['access']).gid, 2000)
# FIXME: self.assertNotEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', get_actual=True, namespaces=['access']).gid, 2000)
# check file username
self.assertEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', namespaces=['access']).user, 'test_user')
self.assertNotEqual(self.test_vfs.getinfo('/data', get_actual=True, namespaces=['access']).user, 'test_user')
@@ -30,4 +30,5 @@ fs
python-slugify
tftpy
freezegun
git+https://github.com/mushorg/telnetsrvlib.git
pytest
# git+https://github.com/mushorg/telnetsrvlib.git

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