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# Test the support for SSL and sockets
import sys
import unittest
from test import support
import socket
import select
import time
import datetime
import gc
import os
import errno
import pprint
import urllib.request
import threading
import traceback
import asyncore
import weakref
import platform
import functools
import sysconfig
try:
import ctypes
except ImportError:
ctypes = None
ssl = support.import_module("ssl")
PROTOCOLS = sorted(ssl._PROTOCOL_NAMES)
HOST = support.HOST
IS_LIBRESSL = ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION.startswith('LibreSSL')
IS_OPENSSL_1_1_0 = not IS_LIBRESSL and ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (1, 1, 0)
IS_OPENSSL_1_1_1 = not IS_LIBRESSL and ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (1, 1, 1)
PY_SSL_DEFAULT_CIPHERS = sysconfig.get_config_var('PY_SSL_DEFAULT_CIPHERS')
def data_file(*name):
return os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), *name)
# The custom key and certificate files used in test_ssl are generated
# using Lib/test/make_ssl_certs.py.
# Other certificates are simply fetched from the Internet servers they
# are meant to authenticate.
CERTFILE = data_file("keycert.pem")
BYTES_CERTFILE = os.fsencode(CERTFILE)
ONLYCERT = data_file("ssl_cert.pem")
ONLYKEY = data_file("ssl_key.pem")
BYTES_ONLYCERT = os.fsencode(ONLYCERT)
BYTES_ONLYKEY = os.fsencode(ONLYKEY)
CERTFILE_PROTECTED = data_file("keycert.passwd.pem")
ONLYKEY_PROTECTED = data_file("ssl_key.passwd.pem")
KEY_PASSWORD = "somepass"
CAPATH = data_file("capath")
BYTES_CAPATH = os.fsencode(CAPATH)
CAFILE_NEURONIO = data_file("capath", "4e1295a3.0")
CAFILE_CACERT = data_file("capath", "5ed36f99.0")
CERTFILE_INFO = {
'issuer': ((('countryName', 'XY'),),
(('localityName', 'Castle Anthrax'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),),
(('commonName', 'localhost'),)),
'notAfter': 'Aug 26 14:23:15 2028 GMT',
'notBefore': 'Aug 29 14:23:15 2018 GMT',
'serialNumber': '98A7CF88C74A32ED',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'XY'),),
(('localityName', 'Castle Anthrax'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),),
(('commonName', 'localhost'),)),
'subjectAltName': (('DNS', 'localhost'),),
'version': 3
}
# empty CRL
CRLFILE = data_file("revocation.crl")
# Two keys and certs signed by the same CA (for SNI tests)
SIGNED_CERTFILE = data_file("keycert3.pem")
SIGNED_CERTFILE_HOSTNAME = 'localhost'
SIGNED_CERTFILE_INFO = {
'OCSP': ('http://testca.pythontest.net/testca/ocsp/',),
'caIssuers': ('http://testca.pythontest.net/testca/pycacert.cer',),
'crlDistributionPoints': ('http://testca.pythontest.net/testca/revocation.crl',),
'issuer': ((('countryName', 'XY'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation CA'),),
(('commonName', 'our-ca-server'),)),
'notAfter': 'Jul 7 14:23:16 2028 GMT',
'notBefore': 'Aug 29 14:23:16 2018 GMT',
'serialNumber': 'CB2D80995A69525C',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'XY'),),
(('localityName', 'Castle Anthrax'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),),
(('commonName', 'localhost'),)),
'subjectAltName': (('DNS', 'localhost'),),
'version': 3
}
SIGNED_CERTFILE2 = data_file("keycert4.pem")
SIGNED_CERTFILE2_HOSTNAME = 'fakehostname'
SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC = data_file("keycertecc.pem")
SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC_HOSTNAME = 'localhost-ecc'
# Same certificate as pycacert.pem, but without extra text in file
SIGNING_CA = data_file("capath", "ceff1710.0")
# cert with all kinds of subject alt names
ALLSANFILE = data_file("allsans.pem")
IDNSANSFILE = data_file("idnsans.pem")
REMOTE_HOST = "self-signed.pythontest.net"
EMPTYCERT = data_file("nullcert.pem")
BADCERT = data_file("badcert.pem")
NONEXISTINGCERT = data_file("XXXnonexisting.pem")
BADKEY = data_file("badkey.pem")
NOKIACERT = data_file("nokia.pem")
NULLBYTECERT = data_file("nullbytecert.pem")
DHFILE = data_file("ffdh3072.pem")
BYTES_DHFILE = os.fsencode(DHFILE)
# Not defined in all versions of OpenSSL
OP_NO_COMPRESSION = getattr(ssl, "OP_NO_COMPRESSION", 0)
OP_SINGLE_DH_USE = getattr(ssl, "OP_SINGLE_DH_USE", 0)
OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE = getattr(ssl, "OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE", 0)
OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE = getattr(ssl, "OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE", 0)
OP_ENABLE_MIDDLEBOX_COMPAT = getattr(ssl, "OP_ENABLE_MIDDLEBOX_COMPAT", 0)
def handle_error(prefix):
exc_format = ' '.join(traceback.format_exception(*sys.exc_info()))
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(prefix + exc_format)
def can_clear_options():
# 0.9.8m or higher
return ssl._OPENSSL_API_VERSION >= (0, 9, 8, 13, 15)
def no_sslv2_implies_sslv3_hello():
# 0.9.7h or higher
return ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (0, 9, 7, 8, 15)
def have_verify_flags():
# 0.9.8 or higher
return ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (0, 9, 8, 0, 15)
def _have_secp_curves():
if not ssl.HAS_ECDH:
return False
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
try:
ctx.set_ecdh_curve("secp384r1")
except ValueError:
return False
else:
return True
HAVE_SECP_CURVES = _have_secp_curves()
def utc_offset(): #NOTE: ignore issues like #1647654
# local time = utc time + utc offset
if time.daylight and time.localtime().tm_isdst > 0:
return -time.altzone # seconds
return -time.timezone
def asn1time(cert_time):
# Some versions of OpenSSL ignore seconds, see #18207
# 0.9.8.i
if ssl._OPENSSL_API_VERSION == (0, 9, 8, 9, 15):
fmt = "%b %d %H:%M:%S %Y GMT"
dt = datetime.datetime.strptime(cert_time, fmt)
dt = dt.replace(second=0)
cert_time = dt.strftime(fmt)
# %d adds leading zero but ASN1_TIME_print() uses leading space
if cert_time[4] == "0":
cert_time = cert_time[:4] + " " + cert_time[5:]
return cert_time
needs_sni = unittest.skipUnless(ssl.HAS_SNI, "SNI support needed for this test")
def test_wrap_socket(sock, ssl_version=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, *,
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE, ca_certs=None,
ciphers=None, certfile=None, keyfile=None,
**kwargs):
context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl_version)
if cert_reqs is not None:
if cert_reqs == ssl.CERT_NONE:
context.check_hostname = False
context.verify_mode = cert_reqs
if ca_certs is not None:
context.load_verify_locations(ca_certs)
if certfile is not None or keyfile is not None:
context.load_cert_chain(certfile, keyfile)
if ciphers is not None:
context.set_ciphers(ciphers)
return context.wrap_socket(sock, **kwargs)
def testing_context(server_cert=SIGNED_CERTFILE):
"""Create context
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
"""
if server_cert == SIGNED_CERTFILE:
hostname = SIGNED_CERTFILE_HOSTNAME
elif server_cert == SIGNED_CERTFILE2:
hostname = SIGNED_CERTFILE2_HOSTNAME
else:
raise ValueError(server_cert)
client_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
client_context.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
server_context.load_cert_chain(server_cert)
server_context.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
return client_context, server_context, hostname
class BasicSocketTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_constants(self):
ssl.CERT_NONE
ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL
ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ssl.OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE
ssl.OP_SINGLE_DH_USE
if ssl.HAS_ECDH:
ssl.OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE
if ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (1, 0):
ssl.OP_NO_COMPRESSION
self.assertIn(ssl.HAS_SNI, {True, False})
self.assertIn(ssl.HAS_ECDH, {True, False})
ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2
ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3
ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1
ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_3
if ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO >= (1, 0, 1):
ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_1
ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_2
self.assertEqual(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv23)
def test_private_init(self):
with self.assertRaisesRegex(TypeError, "public constructor"):
with socket.socket() as s:
ssl.SSLSocket(s)
def test_str_for_enums(self):
# Make sure that the PROTOCOL_* constants have enum-like string
# reprs.
proto = ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS
self.assertEqual(str(proto), '_SSLMethod.PROTOCOL_TLS')
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(proto)
self.assertIs(ctx.protocol, proto)
def test_random(self):
v = ssl.RAND_status()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n RAND_status is %d (%s)\n"
% (v, (v and "sufficient randomness") or
"insufficient randomness"))
data, is_cryptographic = ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes(16)
self.assertEqual(len(data), 16)
self.assertEqual(is_cryptographic, v == 1)
if v:
data = ssl.RAND_bytes(16)
self.assertEqual(len(data), 16)
else:
self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError, ssl.RAND_bytes, 16)
# negative num is invalid
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.RAND_bytes, -5)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes, -5)
if hasattr(ssl, 'RAND_egd'):
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ssl.RAND_egd, 1)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ssl.RAND_egd, 'foo', 1)
ssl.RAND_add("this is a random string", 75.0)
ssl.RAND_add(b"this is a random bytes object", 75.0)
ssl.RAND_add(bytearray(b"this is a random bytearray object"), 75.0)
@unittest.skipUnless(os.name == 'posix', 'requires posix')
def test_random_fork(self):
status = ssl.RAND_status()
if not status:
self.fail("OpenSSL's PRNG has insufficient randomness")
rfd, wfd = os.pipe()
pid = os.fork()
if pid == 0:
try:
os.close(rfd)
child_random = ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes(16)[0]
self.assertEqual(len(child_random), 16)
os.write(wfd, child_random)
os.close(wfd)
except BaseException:
os._exit(1)
else:
os._exit(0)
else:
os.close(wfd)
self.addCleanup(os.close, rfd)
_, status = os.waitpid(pid, 0)
self.assertEqual(status, 0)
child_random = os.read(rfd, 16)
self.assertEqual(len(child_random), 16)
parent_random = ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes(16)[0]
self.assertEqual(len(parent_random), 16)
self.assertNotEqual(child_random, parent_random)
maxDiff = None
def test_parse_cert(self):
# note that this uses an 'unofficial' function in _ssl.c,
# provided solely for this test, to exercise the certificate
# parsing code
self.assertEqual(
ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert(CERTFILE),
CERTFILE_INFO
)
self.assertEqual(
ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert(SIGNED_CERTFILE),
SIGNED_CERTFILE_INFO
)
# Issue #13034: the subjectAltName in some certificates
# (notably projects.developer.nokia.com:443) wasn't parsed
p = ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert(NOKIACERT)
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n" + pprint.pformat(p) + "\n")
self.assertEqual(p['subjectAltName'],
(('DNS', 'projects.developer.nokia.com'),
('DNS', 'projects.forum.nokia.com'))
)
# extra OCSP and AIA fields
self.assertEqual(p['OCSP'], ('http://ocsp.verisign.com',))
self.assertEqual(p['caIssuers'],
('http://SVRIntl-G3-aia.verisign.com/SVRIntlG3.cer',))
self.assertEqual(p['crlDistributionPoints'],
('http://SVRIntl-G3-crl.verisign.com/SVRIntlG3.crl',))
def test_parse_cert_CVE_2013_4238(self):
p = ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert(NULLBYTECERT)
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n" + pprint.pformat(p) + "\n")
subject = ((('countryName', 'US'),),
(('stateOrProvinceName', 'Oregon'),),
(('localityName', 'Beaverton'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),),
(('organizationalUnitName', 'Python Core Development'),),
(('commonName', 'null.python.org\x00example.org'),),
(('emailAddress', 'python-dev@python.org'),))
self.assertEqual(p['subject'], subject)
self.assertEqual(p['issuer'], subject)
if ssl._OPENSSL_API_VERSION >= (0, 9, 8):
san = (('DNS', 'altnull.python.org\x00example.com'),
('email', 'null@python.org\x00user@example.org'),
('URI', 'http://null.python.org\x00http://example.org'),
('IP Address', '192.0.2.1'),
('IP Address', '2001:DB8:0:0:0:0:0:1\n'))
else:
# OpenSSL 0.9.7 doesn't support IPv6 addresses in subjectAltName
san = (('DNS', 'altnull.python.org\x00example.com'),
('email', 'null@python.org\x00user@example.org'),
('URI', 'http://null.python.org\x00http://example.org'),
('IP Address', '192.0.2.1'),
('IP Address', '<invalid>'))
self.assertEqual(p['subjectAltName'], san)
def test_parse_all_sans(self):
p = ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert(ALLSANFILE)
self.assertEqual(p['subjectAltName'],
(
('DNS', 'allsans'),
('othername', '<unsupported>'),
('othername', '<unsupported>'),
('email', 'user@example.org'),
('DNS', 'www.example.org'),
('DirName',
((('countryName', 'XY'),),
(('localityName', 'Castle Anthrax'),),
(('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),),
(('commonName', 'dirname example'),))),
('URI', 'https://www.python.org/'),
('IP Address', '127.0.0.1'),
('IP Address', '0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1\n'),
('Registered ID', '1.2.3.4.5')
)
)
def test_DER_to_PEM(self):
with open(CAFILE_CACERT, 'r') as f:
pem = f.read()
d1 = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(pem)
p2 = ssl.DER_cert_to_PEM_cert(d1)
d2 = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(p2)
self.assertEqual(d1, d2)
if not p2.startswith(ssl.PEM_HEADER + '\n'):
self.fail("DER-to-PEM didn't include correct header:\n%r\n" % p2)
if not p2.endswith('\n' + ssl.PEM_FOOTER + '\n'):
self.fail("DER-to-PEM didn't include correct footer:\n%r\n" % p2)
def test_openssl_version(self):
n = ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER
t = ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO
s = ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION
self.assertIsInstance(n, int)
self.assertIsInstance(t, tuple)
self.assertIsInstance(s, str)
# Some sanity checks follow
# >= 0.9
self.assertGreaterEqual(n, 0x900000)
# < 3.0
self.assertLess(n, 0x30000000)
major, minor, fix, patch, status = t
self.assertGreaterEqual(major, 0)
self.assertLess(major, 3)
self.assertGreaterEqual(minor, 0)
self.assertLess(minor, 256)
self.assertGreaterEqual(fix, 0)
self.assertLess(fix, 256)
self.assertGreaterEqual(patch, 0)
self.assertLessEqual(patch, 63)
self.assertGreaterEqual(status, 0)
self.assertLessEqual(status, 15)
# Version string as returned by {Open,Libre}SSL, the format might change
if IS_LIBRESSL:
self.assertTrue(s.startswith("LibreSSL {:d}".format(major)),
(s, t, hex(n)))
else:
self.assertTrue(s.startswith("OpenSSL {:d}.{:d}.{:d}".format(major, minor, fix)),
(s, t, hex(n)))
@support.cpython_only
def test_refcycle(self):
# Issue #7943: an SSL object doesn't create reference cycles with
# itself.
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
ss = test_wrap_socket(s)
wr = weakref.ref(ss)
with support.check_warnings(("", ResourceWarning)):
del ss
self.assertEqual(wr(), None)
def test_wrapped_unconnected(self):
# Methods on an unconnected SSLSocket propagate the original
# OSError raise by the underlying socket object.
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
with test_wrap_socket(s) as ss:
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.recv, 1)
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.recv_into, bytearray(b'x'))
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.recvfrom, 1)
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.recvfrom_into, bytearray(b'x'), 1)
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.send, b'x')
self.assertRaises(OSError, ss.sendto, b'x', ('0.0.0.0', 0))
self.assertRaises(NotImplementedError, ss.sendmsg,
[b'x'], (), 0, ('0.0.0.0', 0))
def test_timeout(self):
# Issue #8524: when creating an SSL socket, the timeout of the
# original socket should be retained.
for timeout in (None, 0.0, 5.0):
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
s.settimeout(timeout)
with test_wrap_socket(s) as ss:
self.assertEqual(timeout, ss.gettimeout())
def test_errors_sslwrap(self):
sock = socket.socket()
self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError,
"certfile must be specified",
ssl.wrap_socket, sock, keyfile=CERTFILE)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError,
"certfile must be specified for server-side operations",
ssl.wrap_socket, sock, server_side=True)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError,
"certfile must be specified for server-side operations",
ssl.wrap_socket, sock, server_side=True, certfile="")
with ssl.wrap_socket(sock, server_side=True, certfile=CERTFILE) as s:
self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError, "can't connect in server-side mode",
s.connect, (HOST, 8080))
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as cm:
with socket.socket() as sock:
ssl.wrap_socket(sock, certfile=NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as cm:
with socket.socket() as sock:
ssl.wrap_socket(sock,
certfile=CERTFILE, keyfile=NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as cm:
with socket.socket() as sock:
ssl.wrap_socket(sock,
certfile=NONEXISTINGCERT, keyfile=NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
def bad_cert_test(self, certfile):
"""Check that trying to use the given client certificate fails"""
certfile = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__) or os.curdir,
certfile)
sock = socket.socket()
self.addCleanup(sock.close)
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError):
test_wrap_socket(sock,
certfile=certfile)
def test_empty_cert(self):
"""Wrapping with an empty cert file"""
self.bad_cert_test("nullcert.pem")
def test_malformed_cert(self):
"""Wrapping with a badly formatted certificate (syntax error)"""
self.bad_cert_test("badcert.pem")
def test_malformed_key(self):
"""Wrapping with a badly formatted key (syntax error)"""
self.bad_cert_test("badkey.pem")
def test_match_hostname(self):
def ok(cert, hostname):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, hostname)
def fail(cert, hostname):
self.assertRaises(ssl.CertificateError,
ssl.match_hostname, cert, hostname)
# -- Hostname matching --
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'example.com'),),)}
ok(cert, 'example.com')
ok(cert, 'ExAmple.cOm')
fail(cert, 'www.example.com')
fail(cert, '.example.com')
fail(cert, 'example.org')
fail(cert, 'exampleXcom')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', '*.a.com'),),)}
ok(cert, 'foo.a.com')
fail(cert, 'bar.foo.a.com')
fail(cert, 'a.com')
fail(cert, 'Xa.com')
fail(cert, '.a.com')
# only match wildcards when they are the only thing
# in left-most segment
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'f*.com'),),)}
fail(cert, 'foo.com')
fail(cert, 'f.com')
fail(cert, 'bar.com')
fail(cert, 'foo.a.com')
fail(cert, 'bar.foo.com')
# NULL bytes are bad, CVE-2013-4073
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName',
'null.python.org\x00example.org'),),)}
ok(cert, 'null.python.org\x00example.org') # or raise an error?
fail(cert, 'example.org')
fail(cert, 'null.python.org')
# error cases with wildcards
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', '*.*.a.com'),),)}
fail(cert, 'bar.foo.a.com')
fail(cert, 'a.com')
fail(cert, 'Xa.com')
fail(cert, '.a.com')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'a.*.com'),),)}
fail(cert, 'a.foo.com')
fail(cert, 'a..com')
fail(cert, 'a.com')
# wildcard doesn't match IDNA prefix 'xn--'
idna = 'püthon.python.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii")
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', idna),),)}
ok(cert, idna)
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'x*.python.org'),),)}
fail(cert, idna)
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'xn--p*.python.org'),),)}
fail(cert, idna)
# wildcard in first fragment and IDNA A-labels in sequent fragments
# are supported.
idna = 'www*.pythön.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii")
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', idna),),)}
fail(cert, 'www.pythön.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii"))
fail(cert, 'www1.pythön.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii"))
fail(cert, 'ftp.pythön.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii"))
fail(cert, 'pythön.org'.encode("idna").decode("ascii"))
# Slightly fake real-world example
cert = {'notAfter': 'Jun 26 21:41:46 2011 GMT',
'subject': ((('commonName', 'linuxfrz.org'),),),
'subjectAltName': (('DNS', 'linuxfr.org'),
('DNS', 'linuxfr.com'),
('othername', '<unsupported>'))}
ok(cert, 'linuxfr.org')
ok(cert, 'linuxfr.com')
# Not a "DNS" entry
fail(cert, '<unsupported>')
# When there is a subjectAltName, commonName isn't used
fail(cert, 'linuxfrz.org')
# A pristine real-world example
cert = {'notAfter': 'Dec 18 23:59:59 2011 GMT',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'US'),),
(('stateOrProvinceName', 'California'),),
(('localityName', 'Mountain View'),),
(('organizationName', 'Google Inc'),),
(('commonName', 'mail.google.com'),))}
ok(cert, 'mail.google.com')
fail(cert, 'gmail.com')
# Only commonName is considered
fail(cert, 'California')
# -- IPv4 matching --
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'example.com'),),),
'subjectAltName': (('DNS', 'example.com'),
('IP Address', '10.11.12.13'),
('IP Address', '14.15.16.17'))}
ok(cert, '10.11.12.13')
ok(cert, '14.15.16.17')
fail(cert, '14.15.16.18')
fail(cert, 'example.net')
# -- IPv6 matching --
if hasattr(socket, 'AF_INET6'):
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'example.com'),),),
'subjectAltName': (
('DNS', 'example.com'),
('IP Address', '2001:0:0:0:0:0:0:CAFE\n'),
('IP Address', '2003:0:0:0:0:0:0:BABA\n'))}
ok(cert, '2001::cafe')
ok(cert, '2003::baba')
fail(cert, '2003::bebe')
fail(cert, 'example.net')
# -- Miscellaneous --
# Neither commonName nor subjectAltName
cert = {'notAfter': 'Dec 18 23:59:59 2011 GMT',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'US'),),
(('stateOrProvinceName', 'California'),),
(('localityName', 'Mountain View'),),
(('organizationName', 'Google Inc'),))}
fail(cert, 'mail.google.com')
# No DNS entry in subjectAltName but a commonName
cert = {'notAfter': 'Dec 18 23:59:59 2099 GMT',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'US'),),
(('stateOrProvinceName', 'California'),),
(('localityName', 'Mountain View'),),
(('commonName', 'mail.google.com'),)),
'subjectAltName': (('othername', 'blabla'), )}
ok(cert, 'mail.google.com')
# No DNS entry subjectAltName and no commonName
cert = {'notAfter': 'Dec 18 23:59:59 2099 GMT',
'subject': ((('countryName', 'US'),),
(('stateOrProvinceName', 'California'),),
(('localityName', 'Mountain View'),),
(('organizationName', 'Google Inc'),)),
'subjectAltName': (('othername', 'blabla'),)}
fail(cert, 'google.com')
# Empty cert / no cert
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.match_hostname, None, 'example.com')
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.match_hostname, {}, 'example.com')
# Issue #17980: avoid denials of service by refusing more than one
# wildcard per fragment.
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'a*b.example.com'),),)}
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
"partial wildcards in leftmost label are not supported"):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, 'axxb.example.com')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'www.*.example.com'),),)}
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
"wildcard can only be present in the leftmost label"):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, 'www.sub.example.com')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', 'a*b*.example.com'),),)}
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
"too many wildcards"):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, 'axxbxxc.example.com')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', '*'),),)}
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
"sole wildcard without additional labels are not support"):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, 'host')
cert = {'subject': ((('commonName', '*.com'),),)}
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
r"hostname 'com' doesn't match '\*.com'"):
ssl.match_hostname(cert, 'com')
# extra checks for _inet_paton()
for invalid in ['1', '', '1.2.3', '256.0.0.1', '127.0.0.1/24']:
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ssl._inet_paton(invalid)
for ipaddr in ['127.0.0.1', '192.168.0.1']:
self.assertTrue(ssl._inet_paton(ipaddr))
if hasattr(socket, 'AF_INET6'):
for ipaddr in ['::1', '2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:370:7334']:
self.assertTrue(ssl._inet_paton(ipaddr))
def test_server_side(self):
# server_hostname doesn't work for server sockets
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
with socket.socket() as sock:
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ctx.wrap_socket, sock, True,
server_hostname="some.hostname")
def test_unknown_channel_binding(self):
# should raise ValueError for unknown type
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
s.bind(('127.0.0.1', 0))
s.listen()
c = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
c.connect(s.getsockname())
with test_wrap_socket(c, do_handshake_on_connect=False) as ss:
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ss.get_channel_binding("unknown-type")
s.close()
@unittest.skipUnless("tls-unique" in ssl.CHANNEL_BINDING_TYPES,
"'tls-unique' channel binding not available")
def test_tls_unique_channel_binding(self):
# unconnected should return None for known type
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
with test_wrap_socket(s) as ss:
self.assertIsNone(ss.get_channel_binding("tls-unique"))
# the same for server-side
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
with test_wrap_socket(s, server_side=True, certfile=CERTFILE) as ss:
self.assertIsNone(ss.get_channel_binding("tls-unique"))
def test_dealloc_warn(self):
ss = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET))
r = repr(ss)
with self.assertWarns(ResourceWarning) as cm:
ss = None
support.gc_collect()
self.assertIn(r, str(cm.warning.args[0]))
def test_get_default_verify_paths(self):
paths = ssl.get_default_verify_paths()
self.assertEqual(len(paths), 6)
self.assertIsInstance(paths, ssl.DefaultVerifyPaths)
with support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:
env["SSL_CERT_DIR"] = CAPATH
env["SSL_CERT_FILE"] = CERTFILE
paths = ssl.get_default_verify_paths()
self.assertEqual(paths.cafile, CERTFILE)
self.assertEqual(paths.capath, CAPATH)
@unittest.skipUnless(sys.platform == "win32", "Windows specific")
def test_enum_certificates(self):
self.assertTrue(ssl.enum_certificates("CA"))
self.assertTrue(ssl.enum_certificates("ROOT"))
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ssl.enum_certificates)
self.assertRaises(WindowsError, ssl.enum_certificates, "")
trust_oids = set()
for storename in ("CA", "ROOT"):
store = ssl.enum_certificates(storename)
self.assertIsInstance(store, list)
for element in store:
self.assertIsInstance(element, tuple)
self.assertEqual(len(element), 3)
cert, enc, trust = element
self.assertIsInstance(cert, bytes)
self.assertIn(enc, {"x509_asn", "pkcs_7_asn"})
self.assertIsInstance(trust, (set, bool))
if isinstance(trust, set):
trust_oids.update(trust)
serverAuth = "1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1"
self.assertIn(serverAuth, trust_oids)
@unittest.skipUnless(sys.platform == "win32", "Windows specific")
def test_enum_crls(self):
self.assertTrue(ssl.enum_crls("CA"))
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ssl.enum_crls)
self.assertRaises(WindowsError, ssl.enum_crls, "")
crls = ssl.enum_crls("CA")
self.assertIsInstance(crls, list)
for element in crls:
self.assertIsInstance(element, tuple)
self.assertEqual(len(element), 2)
self.assertIsInstance(element[0], bytes)
self.assertIn(element[1], {"x509_asn", "pkcs_7_asn"})
def test_asn1object(self):
expected = (129, 'serverAuth', 'TLS Web Server Authentication',
'1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1')
val = ssl._ASN1Object('1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1')
self.assertEqual(val, expected)
self.assertEqual(val.nid, 129)
self.assertEqual(val.shortname, 'serverAuth')
self.assertEqual(val.longname, 'TLS Web Server Authentication')
self.assertEqual(val.oid, '1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1')
self.assertIsInstance(val, ssl._ASN1Object)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl._ASN1Object, 'serverAuth')
val = ssl._ASN1Object.fromnid(129)
self.assertEqual(val, expected)
self.assertIsInstance(val, ssl._ASN1Object)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl._ASN1Object.fromnid, -1)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError, "unknown NID 100000"):
ssl._ASN1Object.fromnid(100000)
for i in range(1000):
try:
obj = ssl._ASN1Object.fromnid(i)
except ValueError:
pass
else:
self.assertIsInstance(obj.nid, int)
self.assertIsInstance(obj.shortname, str)
self.assertIsInstance(obj.longname, str)
self.assertIsInstance(obj.oid, (str, type(None)))
val = ssl._ASN1Object.fromname('TLS Web Server Authentication')
self.assertEqual(val, expected)
self.assertIsInstance(val, ssl._ASN1Object)
self.assertEqual(ssl._ASN1Object.fromname('serverAuth'), expected)
self.assertEqual(ssl._ASN1Object.fromname('1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1'),
expected)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError, "unknown object 'serverauth'"):
ssl._ASN1Object.fromname('serverauth')
def test_purpose_enum(self):
val = ssl._ASN1Object('1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1')
self.assertIsInstance(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH, ssl._ASN1Object)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH, val)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH.nid, 129)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH.shortname, 'serverAuth')
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH.oid,
'1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1')
val = ssl._ASN1Object('1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2')
self.assertIsInstance(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH, ssl._ASN1Object)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH, val)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH.nid, 130)
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH.shortname, 'clientAuth')
self.assertEqual(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH.oid,
'1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2')
def test_unsupported_dtls(self):
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
with self.assertRaises(NotImplementedError) as cx:
test_wrap_socket(s, cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE)
self.assertEqual(str(cx.exception), "only stream sockets are supported")
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
with self.assertRaises(NotImplementedError) as cx:
ctx.wrap_socket(s)
self.assertEqual(str(cx.exception), "only stream sockets are supported")
def cert_time_ok(self, timestring, timestamp):
self.assertEqual(ssl.cert_time_to_seconds(timestring), timestamp)
def cert_time_fail(self, timestring):
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ssl.cert_time_to_seconds(timestring)
@unittest.skipUnless(utc_offset(),
'local time needs to be different from UTC')
def test_cert_time_to_seconds_timezone(self):
# Issue #19940: ssl.cert_time_to_seconds() returns wrong
# results if local timezone is not UTC
self.cert_time_ok("May 9 00:00:00 2007 GMT", 1178668800.0)
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 5 09:34:43 2018 GMT", 1515144883.0)
def test_cert_time_to_seconds(self):
timestring = "Jan 5 09:34:43 2018 GMT"
ts = 1515144883.0
self.cert_time_ok(timestring, ts)
# accept keyword parameter, assert its name
self.assertEqual(ssl.cert_time_to_seconds(cert_time=timestring), ts)
# accept both %e and %d (space or zero generated by strftime)
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 05 09:34:43 2018 GMT", ts)
# case-insensitive
self.cert_time_ok("JaN 5 09:34:43 2018 GmT", ts)
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 09:34 2018 GMT") # no seconds
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 09:34:43 2018") # no GMT
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 09:34:43 2018 UTC") # not GMT timezone
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 35 09:34:43 2018 GMT") # invalid day
self.cert_time_fail("Jon 5 09:34:43 2018 GMT") # invalid month
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 24:00:00 2018 GMT") # invalid hour
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 09:60:43 2018 GMT") # invalid minute
newyear_ts = 1230768000.0
# leap seconds
self.cert_time_ok("Dec 31 23:59:60 2008 GMT", newyear_ts)
# same timestamp
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 1 00:00:00 2009 GMT", newyear_ts)
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 5 09:34:59 2018 GMT", 1515144899)
# allow 60th second (even if it is not a leap second)
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 5 09:34:60 2018 GMT", 1515144900)
# allow 2nd leap second for compatibility with time.strptime()
self.cert_time_ok("Jan 5 09:34:61 2018 GMT", 1515144901)
self.cert_time_fail("Jan 5 09:34:62 2018 GMT") # invalid seconds
# no special treatment for the special value:
# 99991231235959Z (rfc 5280)
self.cert_time_ok("Dec 31 23:59:59 9999 GMT", 253402300799.0)
@support.run_with_locale('LC_ALL', '')
def test_cert_time_to_seconds_locale(self):
# `cert_time_to_seconds()` should be locale independent
def local_february_name():
return time.strftime('%b', (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 0, 0, 0))
if local_february_name().lower() == 'feb':
self.skipTest("locale-specific month name needs to be "
"different from C locale")
# locale-independent
self.cert_time_ok("Feb 9 00:00:00 2007 GMT", 1170979200.0)
self.cert_time_fail(local_february_name() + " 9 00:00:00 2007 GMT")
def test_connect_ex_error(self):
server = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
self.addCleanup(server.close)
port = support.bind_port(server) # Reserve port but don't listen
s = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
rc = s.connect_ex((HOST, port))
# Issue #19919: Windows machines or VMs hosted on Windows
# machines sometimes return EWOULDBLOCK.
errors = (
errno.ECONNREFUSED, errno.EHOSTUNREACH, errno.ETIMEDOUT,
errno.EWOULDBLOCK,
)
self.assertIn(rc, errors)
class ContextTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_constructor(self):
for protocol in PROTOCOLS:
ssl.SSLContext(protocol)
ctx = ssl.SSLContext()
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.SSLContext, -1)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ssl.SSLContext, 42)
def test_protocol(self):
for proto in PROTOCOLS:
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(proto)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, proto)
def test_ciphers(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.set_ciphers("ALL")
ctx.set_ciphers("DEFAULT")
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "No cipher can be selected"):
ctx.set_ciphers("^$:,;?*'dorothyx")
@unittest.skipUnless(PY_SSL_DEFAULT_CIPHERS == 1,
"Test applies only to Python default ciphers")
def test_python_ciphers(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ciphers = ctx.get_ciphers()
for suite in ciphers:
name = suite['name']
self.assertNotIn("PSK", name)
self.assertNotIn("SRP", name)
self.assertNotIn("MD5", name)
self.assertNotIn("RC4", name)
self.assertNotIn("3DES", name)
@unittest.skipIf(ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_INFO < (1, 0, 2, 0, 0), 'OpenSSL too old')
def test_get_ciphers(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.set_ciphers('AESGCM')
names = set(d['name'] for d in ctx.get_ciphers())
self.assertIn('AES256-GCM-SHA384', names)
self.assertIn('AES128-GCM-SHA256', names)
def test_options(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
# OP_ALL | OP_NO_SSLv2 | OP_NO_SSLv3 is the default value
default = (ssl.OP_ALL | ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2 | ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
# SSLContext also enables these by default
default |= (OP_NO_COMPRESSION | OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE |
OP_SINGLE_DH_USE | OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE |
OP_ENABLE_MIDDLEBOX_COMPAT)
self.assertEqual(default, ctx.options)
ctx.options |= ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1
self.assertEqual(default | ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1, ctx.options)
if can_clear_options():
ctx.options = (ctx.options & ~ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1)
self.assertEqual(default, ctx.options)
ctx.options = 0
# Ubuntu has OP_NO_SSLv3 forced on by default
self.assertEqual(0, ctx.options & ~ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
else:
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.options = 0
def test_verify_mode_protocol(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
# Default value
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
ctx.verify_mode = None
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.verify_mode = 42
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
def test_hostname_checks_common_name(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertTrue(ctx.hostname_checks_common_name)
if ssl.HAS_NEVER_CHECK_COMMON_NAME:
ctx.hostname_checks_common_name = True
self.assertTrue(ctx.hostname_checks_common_name)
ctx.hostname_checks_common_name = False
self.assertFalse(ctx.hostname_checks_common_name)
ctx.hostname_checks_common_name = True
self.assertTrue(ctx.hostname_checks_common_name)
else:
with self.assertRaises(AttributeError):
ctx.hostname_checks_common_name = True
@unittest.skipUnless(hasattr(ssl.SSLContext, 'minimum_version'),
"required OpenSSL 1.1.0g")
def test_min_max_version(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.minimum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.maximum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MAXIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
ctx.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_1
ctx.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_2
self.assertEqual(
ctx.minimum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_1
)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.maximum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_2
)
ctx.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
ctx.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1
self.assertEqual(
ctx.minimum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.maximum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1
)
ctx.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.MAXIMUM_SUPPORTED
self.assertEqual(
ctx.maximum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MAXIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
ctx.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
self.assertIn(
ctx.maximum_version,
{ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1, ssl.TLSVersion.SSLv3}
)
ctx.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.MAXIMUM_SUPPORTED
self.assertIn(
ctx.minimum_version,
{ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_2, ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_3}
)
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.minimum_version = 42
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.minimum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
self.assertEqual(
ctx.maximum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MAXIMUM_SUPPORTED
)
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1
@unittest.skipUnless(have_verify_flags(),
"verify_flags need OpenSSL > 0.9.8")
def test_verify_flags(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
# default value
tf = getattr(ssl, "VERIFY_X509_TRUSTED_FIRST", 0)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_flags, ssl.VERIFY_DEFAULT | tf)
ctx.verify_flags = ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_flags, ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF)
ctx.verify_flags = ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_CHAIN
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_flags, ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_CHAIN)
ctx.verify_flags = ssl.VERIFY_DEFAULT
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_flags, ssl.VERIFY_DEFAULT)
# supports any value
ctx.verify_flags = ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF | ssl.VERIFY_X509_STRICT
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_flags,
ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF | ssl.VERIFY_X509_STRICT)
with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
ctx.verify_flags = None
def test_load_cert_chain(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
# Combined key and cert in a single file
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE, keyfile=None)
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE, keyfile=CERTFILE)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_cert_chain, keyfile=CERTFILE)
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as cm:
ctx.load_cert_chain(NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(BADCERT)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(EMPTYCERT)
# Separate key and cert
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYCERT, ONLYKEY)
ctx.load_cert_chain(certfile=ONLYCERT, keyfile=ONLYKEY)
ctx.load_cert_chain(certfile=BYTES_ONLYCERT, keyfile=BYTES_ONLYKEY)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYCERT)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYKEY)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(certfile=ONLYKEY, keyfile=ONLYCERT)
# Mismatching key and cert
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "key values mismatch"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CAFILE_CACERT, ONLYKEY)
# Password protected key and cert
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=KEY_PASSWORD)
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=KEY_PASSWORD.encode())
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED,
password=bytearray(KEY_PASSWORD.encode()))
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYCERT, ONLYKEY_PROTECTED, KEY_PASSWORD)
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYCERT, ONLYKEY_PROTECTED, KEY_PASSWORD.encode())
ctx.load_cert_chain(ONLYCERT, ONLYKEY_PROTECTED,
bytearray(KEY_PASSWORD.encode()))
with self.assertRaisesRegex(TypeError, "should be a string"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=True)
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password="badpass")
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError, "cannot be longer"):
# openssl has a fixed limit on the password buffer.
# PEM_BUFSIZE is generally set to 1kb.
# Return a string larger than this.
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=b'a' * 102400)
# Password callback
def getpass_unicode():
return KEY_PASSWORD
def getpass_bytes():
return KEY_PASSWORD.encode()
def getpass_bytearray():
return bytearray(KEY_PASSWORD.encode())
def getpass_badpass():
return "badpass"
def getpass_huge():
return b'a' * (1024 * 1024)
def getpass_bad_type():
return 9
def getpass_exception():
raise Exception('getpass error')
class GetPassCallable:
def __call__(self):
return KEY_PASSWORD
def getpass(self):
return KEY_PASSWORD
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_unicode)
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_bytes)
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_bytearray)
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=GetPassCallable())
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED,
password=GetPassCallable().getpass)
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_badpass)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError, "cannot be longer"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_huge)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(TypeError, "must return a string"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_bad_type)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(Exception, "getpass error"):
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE_PROTECTED, password=getpass_exception)
# Make sure the password function isn't called if it isn't needed
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE, password=getpass_exception)
def test_load_verify_locations(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
ctx.load_verify_locations(CERTFILE)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cafile=CERTFILE, capath=None)
ctx.load_verify_locations(BYTES_CERTFILE)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cafile=BYTES_CERTFILE, capath=None)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_verify_locations)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_verify_locations, None, None, None)
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as cm:
ctx.load_verify_locations(NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "PEM lib"):
ctx.load_verify_locations(BADCERT)
ctx.load_verify_locations(CERTFILE, CAPATH)
ctx.load_verify_locations(CERTFILE, capath=BYTES_CAPATH)
# Issue #10989: crash if the second argument type is invalid
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_verify_locations, None, True)
def test_load_verify_cadata(self):
# test cadata
with open(CAFILE_CACERT) as f:
cacert_pem = f.read()
cacert_der = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(cacert_pem)
with open(CAFILE_NEURONIO) as f:
neuronio_pem = f.read()
neuronio_der = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(neuronio_pem)
# test PEM
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 0)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=cacert_pem)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 1)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=neuronio_pem)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# cert already in hash table
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=neuronio_pem)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# combined
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
combined = "\n".join((cacert_pem, neuronio_pem))
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=combined)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# with junk around the certs
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
combined = ["head", cacert_pem, "other", neuronio_pem, "again",
neuronio_pem, "tail"]
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata="\n".join(combined))
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# test DER
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=cacert_der)
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=neuronio_der)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# cert already in hash table
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=cacert_der)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# combined
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
combined = b"".join((cacert_der, neuronio_der))
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=combined)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats()["x509_ca"], 2)
# error cases
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_verify_locations, cadata=object)
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "no start line"):
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata="broken")
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "not enough data"):
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=b"broken")
def test_load_dh_params(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
ctx.load_dh_params(DHFILE)
if os.name != 'nt':
ctx.load_dh_params(BYTES_DHFILE)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_dh_params)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_dh_params, None)
with self.assertRaises(FileNotFoundError) as cm:
ctx.load_dh_params(NONEXISTINGCERT)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, errno.ENOENT)
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError) as cm:
ctx.load_dh_params(CERTFILE)
def test_session_stats(self):
for proto in PROTOCOLS:
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(proto)
self.assertEqual(ctx.session_stats(), {
'number': 0,
'connect': 0,
'connect_good': 0,
'connect_renegotiate': 0,
'accept': 0,
'accept_good': 0,
'accept_renegotiate': 0,
'hits': 0,
'misses': 0,
'timeouts': 0,
'cache_full': 0,
})
def test_set_default_verify_paths(self):
# There's not much we can do to test that it acts as expected,
# so just check it doesn't crash or raise an exception.
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.set_default_verify_paths()
@unittest.skipUnless(ssl.HAS_ECDH, "ECDH disabled on this OpenSSL build")
def test_set_ecdh_curve(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
ctx.set_ecdh_curve("prime256v1")
ctx.set_ecdh_curve(b"prime256v1")
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_ecdh_curve)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_ecdh_curve, None)
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ctx.set_ecdh_curve, "foo")
self.assertRaises(ValueError, ctx.set_ecdh_curve, b"foo")
@needs_sni
def test_sni_callback(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
# set_servername_callback expects a callable, or None
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_servername_callback)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_servername_callback, 4)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_servername_callback, "")
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.set_servername_callback, ctx)
def dummycallback(sock, servername, ctx):
pass
ctx.set_servername_callback(None)
ctx.set_servername_callback(dummycallback)
@needs_sni
def test_sni_callback_refcycle(self):
# Reference cycles through the servername callback are detected
# and cleared.
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
def dummycallback(sock, servername, ctx, cycle=ctx):
pass
ctx.set_servername_callback(dummycallback)
wr = weakref.ref(ctx)
del ctx, dummycallback
gc.collect()
self.assertIs(wr(), None)
def test_cert_store_stats(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(),
{'x509_ca': 0, 'crl': 0, 'x509': 0})
ctx.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(),
{'x509_ca': 0, 'crl': 0, 'x509': 0})
ctx.load_verify_locations(CERTFILE)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(),
{'x509_ca': 0, 'crl': 0, 'x509': 1})
ctx.load_verify_locations(CAFILE_CACERT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(),
{'x509_ca': 1, 'crl': 0, 'x509': 2})
def test_get_ca_certs(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.get_ca_certs(), [])
# CERTFILE is not flagged as X509v3 Basic Constraints: CA:TRUE
ctx.load_verify_locations(CERTFILE)
self.assertEqual(ctx.get_ca_certs(), [])
# but CAFILE_CACERT is a CA cert
ctx.load_verify_locations(CAFILE_CACERT)
self.assertEqual(ctx.get_ca_certs(),
[{'issuer': ((('organizationName', 'Root CA'),),
(('organizationalUnitName', 'http://www.cacert.org'),),
(('commonName', 'CA Cert Signing Authority'),),
(('emailAddress', 'support@cacert.org'),)),
'notAfter': asn1time('Mar 29 12:29:49 2033 GMT'),
'notBefore': asn1time('Mar 30 12:29:49 2003 GMT'),
'serialNumber': '00',
'crlDistributionPoints': ('https://www.cacert.org/revoke.crl',),
'subject': ((('organizationName', 'Root CA'),),
(('organizationalUnitName', 'http://www.cacert.org'),),
(('commonName', 'CA Cert Signing Authority'),),
(('emailAddress', 'support@cacert.org'),)),
'version': 3}])
with open(CAFILE_CACERT) as f:
pem = f.read()
der = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(pem)
self.assertEqual(ctx.get_ca_certs(True), [der])
def test_load_default_certs(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_default_certs()
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_default_certs(ssl.Purpose.SERVER_AUTH)
ctx.load_default_certs()
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_default_certs(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH)
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_default_certs, None)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, ctx.load_default_certs, 'SERVER_AUTH')
@unittest.skipIf(sys.platform == "win32", "not-Windows specific")
@unittest.skipIf(IS_LIBRESSL, "LibreSSL doesn't support env vars")
def test_load_default_certs_env(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
with support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:
env["SSL_CERT_DIR"] = CAPATH
env["SSL_CERT_FILE"] = CERTFILE
ctx.load_default_certs()
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(), {"crl": 0, "x509": 1, "x509_ca": 0})
@unittest.skipUnless(sys.platform == "win32", "Windows specific")
@unittest.skipIf(hasattr(sys, "gettotalrefcount"), "Debug build does not share environment between CRTs")
def test_load_default_certs_env_windows(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_default_certs()
stats = ctx.cert_store_stats()
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
with support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:
env["SSL_CERT_DIR"] = CAPATH
env["SSL_CERT_FILE"] = CERTFILE
ctx.load_default_certs()
stats["x509"] += 1
self.assertEqual(ctx.cert_store_stats(), stats)
def _assert_context_options(self, ctx):
self.assertEqual(ctx.options & ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2, ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2)
if OP_NO_COMPRESSION != 0:
self.assertEqual(ctx.options & OP_NO_COMPRESSION,
OP_NO_COMPRESSION)
if OP_SINGLE_DH_USE != 0:
self.assertEqual(ctx.options & OP_SINGLE_DH_USE,
OP_SINGLE_DH_USE)
if OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE != 0:
self.assertEqual(ctx.options & OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE,
OP_SINGLE_ECDH_USE)
if OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE != 0:
self.assertEqual(ctx.options & OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE,
OP_CIPHER_SERVER_PREFERENCE)
def test_create_default_context(self):
ctx = ssl.create_default_context()
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
with open(SIGNING_CA) as f:
cadata = f.read()
ctx = ssl.create_default_context(cafile=SIGNING_CA, capath=CAPATH,
cadata=cadata)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
ctx = ssl.create_default_context(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
def test__create_stdlib_context(self):
ctx = ssl._create_stdlib_context()
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
ctx = ssl._create_stdlib_context(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
ctx = ssl._create_stdlib_context(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1,
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED,
check_hostname=True)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
ctx = ssl._create_stdlib_context(purpose=ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH)
self.assertEqual(ctx.protocol, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
self._assert_context_options(ctx)
def test_check_hostname(self):
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
# Auto set CERT_REQUIRED
ctx.check_hostname = True
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
ctx.check_hostname = False
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
# Changing verify_mode does not affect check_hostname
ctx.check_hostname = False
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
ctx.check_hostname = False
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
# Auto set
ctx.check_hostname = True
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
ctx.check_hostname = False
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL
ctx.check_hostname = False
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
# keep CERT_OPTIONAL
ctx.check_hostname = True
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
# Cannot set CERT_NONE with check_hostname enabled
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
ctx.check_hostname = False
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
def test_context_client_server(self):
# PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT has sane defaults
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
# PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER has different but also sane defaults
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
self.assertFalse(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_NONE)
def test_context_custom_class(self):
class MySSLSocket(ssl.SSLSocket):
pass
class MySSLObject(ssl.SSLObject):
pass
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
ctx.sslsocket_class = MySSLSocket
ctx.sslobject_class = MySSLObject
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(), server_side=True) as sock:
self.assertIsInstance(sock, MySSLSocket)
obj = ctx.wrap_bio(ssl.MemoryBIO(), ssl.MemoryBIO())
self.assertIsInstance(obj, MySSLObject)
class SSLErrorTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_str(self):
# The str() of a SSLError doesn't include the errno
e = ssl.SSLError(1, "foo")
self.assertEqual(str(e), "foo")
self.assertEqual(e.errno, 1)
# Same for a subclass
e = ssl.SSLZeroReturnError(1, "foo")
self.assertEqual(str(e), "foo")
self.assertEqual(e.errno, 1)
def test_lib_reason(self):
# Test the library and reason attributes
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError) as cm:
ctx.load_dh_params(CERTFILE)
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.library, 'PEM')
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.reason, 'NO_START_LINE')
s = str(cm.exception)
self.assertTrue(s.startswith("[PEM: NO_START_LINE] no start line"), s)
def test_subclass(self):
# Check that the appropriate SSLError subclass is raised
# (this only tests one of them)
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.check_hostname = False
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
with socket.socket() as s:
s.bind(("127.0.0.1", 0))
s.listen()
c = socket.socket()
c.connect(s.getsockname())
c.setblocking(False)
with ctx.wrap_socket(c, False, do_handshake_on_connect=False) as c:
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLWantReadError) as cm:
c.do_handshake()
s = str(cm.exception)
self.assertTrue(s.startswith("The operation did not complete (read)"), s)
# For compatibility
self.assertEqual(cm.exception.errno, ssl.SSL_ERROR_WANT_READ)
def test_bad_server_hostname(self):
ctx = ssl.create_default_context()
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.wrap_bio(ssl.MemoryBIO(), ssl.MemoryBIO(),
server_hostname="")
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
ctx.wrap_bio(ssl.MemoryBIO(), ssl.MemoryBIO(),
server_hostname=".example.org")
with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
ctx.wrap_bio(ssl.MemoryBIO(), ssl.MemoryBIO(),
server_hostname="example.org\x00evil.com")
class MemoryBIOTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_read_write(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
bio.write(b'foo')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'foo')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'')
bio.write(b'foo')
bio.write(b'bar')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'foobar')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'')
bio.write(b'baz')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(2), b'ba')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(1), b'z')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(1), b'')
def test_eof(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
self.assertFalse(bio.eof)
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'')
self.assertFalse(bio.eof)
bio.write(b'foo')
self.assertFalse(bio.eof)
bio.write_eof()
self.assertFalse(bio.eof)
self.assertEqual(bio.read(2), b'fo')
self.assertFalse(bio.eof)
self.assertEqual(bio.read(1), b'o')
self.assertTrue(bio.eof)
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'')
self.assertTrue(bio.eof)
def test_pending(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
self.assertEqual(bio.pending, 0)
bio.write(b'foo')
self.assertEqual(bio.pending, 3)
for i in range(3):
bio.read(1)
self.assertEqual(bio.pending, 3-i-1)
for i in range(3):
bio.write(b'x')
self.assertEqual(bio.pending, i+1)
bio.read()
self.assertEqual(bio.pending, 0)
def test_buffer_types(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
bio.write(b'foo')
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'foo')
bio.write(bytearray(b'bar'))
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'bar')
bio.write(memoryview(b'baz'))
self.assertEqual(bio.read(), b'baz')
def test_error_types(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
self.assertRaises(TypeError, bio.write, 'foo')
self.assertRaises(TypeError, bio.write, None)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, bio.write, True)
self.assertRaises(TypeError, bio.write, 1)
class SSLObjectTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_private_init(self):
bio = ssl.MemoryBIO()
with self.assertRaisesRegex(TypeError, "public constructor"):
ssl.SSLObject(bio, bio)
def test_unwrap(self):
client_ctx, server_ctx, hostname = testing_context()
c_in = ssl.MemoryBIO()
c_out = ssl.MemoryBIO()
s_in = ssl.MemoryBIO()
s_out = ssl.MemoryBIO()
client = client_ctx.wrap_bio(c_in, c_out, server_hostname=hostname)
server = server_ctx.wrap_bio(s_in, s_out, server_side=True)
# Loop on the handshake for a bit to get it settled
for _ in range(5):
try:
client.do_handshake()
except ssl.SSLWantReadError:
pass
if c_out.pending:
s_in.write(c_out.read())
try:
server.do_handshake()
except ssl.SSLWantReadError:
pass
if s_out.pending:
c_in.write(s_out.read())
# Now the handshakes should be complete (don't raise WantReadError)
client.do_handshake()
server.do_handshake()
# Now if we unwrap one side unilaterally, it should send close-notify
# and raise WantReadError:
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLWantReadError):
client.unwrap()
# But server.unwrap() does not raise, because it reads the client's
# close-notify:
s_in.write(c_out.read())
server.unwrap()
# And now that the client gets the server's close-notify, it doesn't
# raise either.
c_in.write(s_out.read())
client.unwrap()
class SimpleBackgroundTests(unittest.TestCase):
"""Tests that connect to a simple server running in the background"""
def setUp(self):
server = ThreadedEchoServer(SIGNED_CERTFILE)
self.server_addr = (HOST, server.port)
server.__enter__()
self.addCleanup(server.__exit__, None, None, None)
def test_connect(self):
with test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
self.assertEqual({}, s.getpeercert())
self.assertFalse(s.server_side)
# this should succeed because we specify the root cert
with test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED,
ca_certs=SIGNING_CA) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
self.assertTrue(s.getpeercert())
self.assertFalse(s.server_side)
def test_connect_fail(self):
# This should fail because we have no verification certs. Connection
# failure crashes ThreadedEchoServer, so run this in an independent
# test method.
s = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "certificate verify failed",
s.connect, self.server_addr)
def test_connect_ex(self):
# Issue #11326: check connect_ex() implementation
s = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED,
ca_certs=SIGNING_CA)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
self.assertEqual(0, s.connect_ex(self.server_addr))
self.assertTrue(s.getpeercert())
def test_non_blocking_connect_ex(self):
# Issue #11326: non-blocking connect_ex() should allow handshake
# to proceed after the socket gets ready.
s = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED,
ca_certs=SIGNING_CA,
do_handshake_on_connect=False)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
s.setblocking(False)
rc = s.connect_ex(self.server_addr)
# EWOULDBLOCK under Windows, EINPROGRESS elsewhere
self.assertIn(rc, (0, errno.EINPROGRESS, errno.EWOULDBLOCK))
# Wait for connect to finish
select.select([], [s], [], 5.0)
# Non-blocking handshake
while True:
try:
s.do_handshake()
break
except ssl.SSLWantReadError:
select.select([s], [], [], 5.0)
except ssl.SSLWantWriteError:
select.select([], [s], [], 5.0)
# SSL established
self.assertTrue(s.getpeercert())
def test_connect_with_context(self):
# Same as test_connect, but with a separately created context
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
self.assertEqual({}, s.getpeercert())
# Same with a server hostname
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
server_hostname="dummy") as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
# This should succeed because we specify the root cert
ctx.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
def test_connect_with_context_fail(self):
# This should fail because we have no verification certs. Connection
# failure crashes ThreadedEchoServer, so run this in an independent
# test method.
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
s = ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET))
self.addCleanup(s.close)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "certificate verify failed",
s.connect, self.server_addr)
def test_connect_capath(self):
# Verify server certificates using the `capath` argument
# NOTE: the subject hashing algorithm has been changed between
# OpenSSL 0.9.8n and 1.0.0, as a result the capath directory must
# contain both versions of each certificate (same content, different
# filename) for this test to be portable across OpenSSL releases.
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ctx.load_verify_locations(capath=CAPATH)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
# Same with a bytes `capath` argument
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ctx.load_verify_locations(capath=BYTES_CAPATH)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
def test_connect_cadata(self):
with open(SIGNING_CA) as f:
pem = f.read()
der = ssl.PEM_cert_to_DER_cert(pem)
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=pem)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
# same with DER
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ctx.load_verify_locations(cadata=der)
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)) as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
@unittest.skipIf(os.name == "nt", "Can't use a socket as a file under Windows")
def test_makefile_close(self):
# Issue #5238: creating a file-like object with makefile() shouldn't
# delay closing the underlying "real socket" (here tested with its
# file descriptor, hence skipping the test under Windows).
ss = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET))
ss.connect(self.server_addr)
fd = ss.fileno()
f = ss.makefile()
f.close()
# The fd is still open
os.read(fd, 0)
# Closing the SSL socket should close the fd too
ss.close()
gc.collect()
with self.assertRaises(OSError) as e:
os.read(fd, 0)
self.assertEqual(e.exception.errno, errno.EBADF)
def test_non_blocking_handshake(self):
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
s.connect(self.server_addr)
s.setblocking(False)
s = test_wrap_socket(s,
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE,
do_handshake_on_connect=False)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
count = 0
while True:
try:
count += 1
s.do_handshake()
break
except ssl.SSLWantReadError:
select.select([s], [], [])
except ssl.SSLWantWriteError:
select.select([], [s], [])
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nNeeded %d calls to do_handshake() to establish session.\n" % count)
def test_get_server_certificate(self):
_test_get_server_certificate(self, *self.server_addr, cert=SIGNING_CA)
def test_get_server_certificate_fail(self):
# Connection failure crashes ThreadedEchoServer, so run this in an
# independent test method
_test_get_server_certificate_fail(self, *self.server_addr)
def test_ciphers(self):
with test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE, ciphers="ALL") as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
with test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE, ciphers="DEFAULT") as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
# Error checking can happen at instantiation or when connecting
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError, "No cipher can be selected"):
with socket.socket(socket.AF_INET) as sock:
s = test_wrap_socket(sock,
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_NONE, ciphers="^$:,;?*'dorothyx")
s.connect(self.server_addr)
def test_get_ca_certs_capath(self):
# capath certs are loaded on request
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx.load_verify_locations(capath=CAPATH)
self.assertEqual(ctx.get_ca_certs(), [])
with ctx.wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
server_hostname='localhost') as s:
s.connect(self.server_addr)
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert)
self.assertEqual(len(ctx.get_ca_certs()), 1)
@needs_sni
def test_context_setget(self):
# Check that the context of a connected socket can be replaced.
ctx1 = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx1.load_verify_locations(capath=CAPATH)
ctx2 = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
ctx2.load_verify_locations(capath=CAPATH)
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
with ctx1.wrap_socket(s, server_hostname='localhost') as ss:
ss.connect(self.server_addr)
self.assertIs(ss.context, ctx1)
self.assertIs(ss._sslobj.context, ctx1)
ss.context = ctx2
self.assertIs(ss.context, ctx2)
self.assertIs(ss._sslobj.context, ctx2)
def ssl_io_loop(self, sock, incoming, outgoing, func, *args, **kwargs):
# A simple IO loop. Call func(*args) depending on the error we get
# (WANT_READ or WANT_WRITE) move data between the socket and the BIOs.
timeout = kwargs.get('timeout', 10)
deadline = time.monotonic() + timeout
count = 0
while True:
if time.monotonic() > deadline:
self.fail("timeout")
errno = None
count += 1
try:
ret = func(*args)
except ssl.SSLError as e:
if e.errno not in (ssl.SSL_ERROR_WANT_READ,
ssl.SSL_ERROR_WANT_WRITE):
raise
errno = e.errno
# Get any data from the outgoing BIO irrespective of any error, and
# send it to the socket.
buf = outgoing.read()
sock.sendall(buf)
# If there's no error, we're done. For WANT_READ, we need to get
# data from the socket and put it in the incoming BIO.
if errno is None:
break
elif errno == ssl.SSL_ERROR_WANT_READ:
buf = sock.recv(32768)
if buf:
incoming.write(buf)
else:
incoming.write_eof()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("Needed %d calls to complete %s().\n"
% (count, func.__name__))
return ret
def test_bio_handshake(self):
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
self.addCleanup(sock.close)
sock.connect(self.server_addr)
incoming = ssl.MemoryBIO()
outgoing = ssl.MemoryBIO()
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
self.assertTrue(ctx.check_hostname)
self.assertEqual(ctx.verify_mode, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
ctx.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
sslobj = ctx.wrap_bio(incoming, outgoing, False,
SIGNED_CERTFILE_HOSTNAME)
self.assertIs(sslobj._sslobj.owner, sslobj)
self.assertIsNone(sslobj.cipher())
self.assertIsNone(sslobj.version())
self.assertIsNotNone(sslobj.shared_ciphers())
self.assertRaises(ValueError, sslobj.getpeercert)
if 'tls-unique' in ssl.CHANNEL_BINDING_TYPES:
self.assertIsNone(sslobj.get_channel_binding('tls-unique'))
self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.do_handshake)
self.assertTrue(sslobj.cipher())
self.assertIsNotNone(sslobj.shared_ciphers())
self.assertIsNotNone(sslobj.version())
self.assertTrue(sslobj.getpeercert())
if 'tls-unique' in ssl.CHANNEL_BINDING_TYPES:
self.assertTrue(sslobj.get_channel_binding('tls-unique'))
try:
self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.unwrap)
except ssl.SSLSyscallError:
# If the server shuts down the TCP connection without sending a
# secure shutdown message, this is reported as SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL
pass
self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError, sslobj.write, b'foo')
def test_bio_read_write_data(self):
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
self.addCleanup(sock.close)
sock.connect(self.server_addr)
incoming = ssl.MemoryBIO()
outgoing = ssl.MemoryBIO()
ctx = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS)
ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE
sslobj = ctx.wrap_bio(incoming, outgoing, False)
self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.do_handshake)
req = b'FOO\n'
self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.write, req)
buf = self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.read, 1024)
self.assertEqual(buf, b'foo\n')
self.ssl_io_loop(sock, incoming, outgoing, sslobj.unwrap)
class NetworkedTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_timeout_connect_ex(self):
# Issue #12065: on a timeout, connect_ex() should return the original
# errno (mimicking the behaviour of non-SSL sockets).
with support.transient_internet(REMOTE_HOST):
s = test_wrap_socket(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET),
cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED,
do_handshake_on_connect=False)
self.addCleanup(s.close)
s.settimeout(0.0000001)
rc = s.connect_ex((REMOTE_HOST, 443))
if rc == 0:
self.skipTest("REMOTE_HOST responded too quickly")
self.assertIn(rc, (errno.EAGAIN, errno.EWOULDBLOCK))
@unittest.skipUnless(support.IPV6_ENABLED, 'Needs IPv6')
def test_get_server_certificate_ipv6(self):
with support.transient_internet('ipv6.google.com'):
_test_get_server_certificate(self, 'ipv6.google.com', 443)
_test_get_server_certificate_fail(self, 'ipv6.google.com', 443)
def _test_get_server_certificate(test, host, port, cert=None):
pem = ssl.get_server_certificate((host, port))
if not pem:
test.fail("No server certificate on %s:%s!" % (host, port))
pem = ssl.get_server_certificate((host, port), ca_certs=cert)
if not pem:
test.fail("No server certificate on %s:%s!" % (host, port))
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nVerified certificate for %s:%s is\n%s\n" % (host, port ,pem))
def _test_get_server_certificate_fail(test, host, port):
try:
pem = ssl.get_server_certificate((host, port), ca_certs=CERTFILE)
except ssl.SSLError as x:
#should fail
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("%s\n" % x)
else:
test.fail("Got server certificate %s for %s:%s!" % (pem, host, port))
from test.ssl_servers import make_https_server
class ThreadedEchoServer(threading.Thread):
class ConnectionHandler(threading.Thread):
"""A mildly complicated class, because we want it to work both
with and without the SSL wrapper around the socket connection, so
that we can test the STARTTLS functionality."""
def __init__(self, server, connsock, addr):
self.server = server
self.running = False
self.sock = connsock
self.addr = addr
self.sock.setblocking(1)
self.sslconn = None
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self.daemon = True
def wrap_conn(self):
try:
self.sslconn = self.server.context.wrap_socket(
self.sock, server_side=True)
self.server.selected_npn_protocols.append(self.sslconn.selected_npn_protocol())
self.server.selected_alpn_protocols.append(self.sslconn.selected_alpn_protocol())
except (ConnectionResetError, BrokenPipeError) as e:
# We treat ConnectionResetError as though it were an
# SSLError - OpenSSL on Ubuntu abruptly closes the
# connection when asked to use an unsupported protocol.
#
# BrokenPipeError is raised in TLS 1.3 mode, when OpenSSL
# tries to send session tickets after handshake.
# https://github.com/openssl/openssl/issues/6342
self.server.conn_errors.append(str(e))
if self.server.chatty:
handle_error("\n server: bad connection attempt from " + repr(self.addr) + ":\n")
self.running = False
self.close()
return False
except (ssl.SSLError, OSError) as e:
# OSError may occur with wrong protocols, e.g. both
# sides use PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER.
#
# XXX Various errors can have happened here, for example
# a mismatching protocol version, an invalid certificate,
# or a low-level bug. This should be made more discriminating.
#
# bpo-31323: Store the exception as string to prevent
# a reference leak: server -> conn_errors -> exception
# -> traceback -> self (ConnectionHandler) -> server
self.server.conn_errors.append(str(e))
if self.server.chatty:
handle_error("\n server: bad connection attempt from " + repr(self.addr) + ":\n")
self.running = False
self.server.stop()
self.close()
return False
else:
self.server.shared_ciphers.append(self.sslconn.shared_ciphers())
if self.server.context.verify_mode == ssl.CERT_REQUIRED:
cert = self.sslconn.getpeercert()
if support.verbose and self.server.chatty:
sys.stdout.write(" client cert is " + pprint.pformat(cert) + "\n")
cert_binary = self.sslconn.getpeercert(True)
if support.verbose and self.server.chatty:
sys.stdout.write(" cert binary is " + str(len(cert_binary)) + " bytes\n")
cipher = self.sslconn.cipher()
if support.verbose and self.server.chatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: connection cipher is now " + str(cipher) + "\n")
sys.stdout.write(" server: selected protocol is now "
+ str(self.sslconn.selected_npn_protocol()) + "\n")
return True
def read(self):
if self.sslconn:
return self.sslconn.read()
else:
return self.sock.recv(1024)
def write(self, bytes):
if self.sslconn:
return self.sslconn.write(bytes)
else:
return self.sock.send(bytes)
def close(self):
if self.sslconn:
self.sslconn.close()
else:
self.sock.close()
def run(self):
self.running = True
if not self.server.starttls_server:
if not self.wrap_conn():
return
while self.running:
try:
msg = self.read()
stripped = msg.strip()
if not stripped:
# eof, so quit this handler
self.running = False
try:
self.sock = self.sslconn.unwrap()
except OSError:
# Many tests shut the TCP connection down
# without an SSL shutdown. This causes
# unwrap() to raise OSError with errno=0!
pass
else:
self.sslconn = None
self.close()
elif stripped == b'over':
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: client closed connection\n")
self.close()
return
elif (self.server.starttls_server and
stripped == b'STARTTLS'):
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: read STARTTLS from client, sending OK...\n")
self.write(b"OK\n")
if not self.wrap_conn():
return
elif (self.server.starttls_server and self.sslconn
and stripped == b'ENDTLS'):
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: read ENDTLS from client, sending OK...\n")
self.write(b"OK\n")
self.sock = self.sslconn.unwrap()
self.sslconn = None
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: connection is now unencrypted...\n")
elif stripped == b'CB tls-unique':
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: read CB tls-unique from client, sending our CB data...\n")
data = self.sslconn.get_channel_binding("tls-unique")
self.write(repr(data).encode("us-ascii") + b"\n")
elif stripped == b'PHA':
if support.verbose and self.server.connectionchatty:
sys.stdout.write(" server: initiating post handshake auth\n")
try:
self.sslconn.verify_client_post_handshake()
except ssl.SSLError as e:
self.write(repr(e).encode("us-ascii") + b"\n")
else:
self.write(b"OK\n")
elif stripped == b'HASCERT':
if self.sslconn.getpeercert() is not None:
self.write(b'TRUE\n')
else:
self.write(b'FALSE\n')
elif stripped == b'GETCERT':
cert = self.sslconn.getpeercert()
self.write(repr(cert).encode("us-ascii") + b"\n")
else:
if (support.verbose and
self.server.connectionchatty):
ctype = (self.sslconn and "encrypted") or "unencrypted"
sys.stdout.write(" server: read %r (%s), sending back %r (%s)...\n"
% (msg, ctype, msg.lower(), ctype))
self.write(msg.lower())
except ConnectionResetError:
# XXX: OpenSSL 1.1.1 sometimes raises ConnectionResetError
# when connection is not shut down gracefully.
if self.server.chatty and support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(
" Connection reset by peer: {}\n".format(
self.addr)
)
self.close()
self.running = False
except OSError:
if self.server.chatty:
handle_error("Test server failure:\n")
self.close()
self.running = False
# normally, we'd just stop here, but for the test
# harness, we want to stop the server
self.server.stop()
def __init__(self, certificate=None, ssl_version=None,
certreqs=None, cacerts=None,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=False, starttls_server=False,
npn_protocols=None, alpn_protocols=None,
ciphers=None, context=None):
if context:
self.context = context
else:
self.context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl_version
if ssl_version is not None
else ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
self.context.verify_mode = (certreqs if certreqs is not None
else ssl.CERT_NONE)
if cacerts:
self.context.load_verify_locations(cacerts)
if certificate:
self.context.load_cert_chain(certificate)
if npn_protocols:
self.context.set_npn_protocols(npn_protocols)
if alpn_protocols:
self.context.set_alpn_protocols(alpn_protocols)
if ciphers:
self.context.set_ciphers(ciphers)
self.chatty = chatty
self.connectionchatty = connectionchatty
self.starttls_server = starttls_server
self.sock = socket.socket()
self.port = support.bind_port(self.sock)
self.flag = None
self.active = False
self.selected_npn_protocols = []
self.selected_alpn_protocols = []
self.shared_ciphers = []
self.conn_errors = []
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self.daemon = True
def __enter__(self):
self.start(threading.Event())
self.flag.wait()
return self
def __exit__(self, *args):
self.stop()
self.join()
def start(self, flag=None):
self.flag = flag
threading.Thread.start(self)
def run(self):
self.sock.settimeout(0.05)
self.sock.listen()
self.active = True
if self.flag:
# signal an event
self.flag.set()
while self.active:
try:
newconn, connaddr = self.sock.accept()
if support.verbose and self.chatty:
sys.stdout.write(' server: new connection from '
+ repr(connaddr) + '\n')
handler = self.ConnectionHandler(self, newconn, connaddr)
handler.start()
handler.join()
except socket.timeout:
pass
except KeyboardInterrupt:
self.stop()
except BaseException as e:
if support.verbose and self.chatty:
sys.stdout.write(
' connection handling failed: ' + repr(e) + '\n')
self.sock.close()
def stop(self):
self.active = False
class AsyncoreEchoServer(threading.Thread):
# this one's based on asyncore.dispatcher
class EchoServer (asyncore.dispatcher):
class ConnectionHandler(asyncore.dispatcher_with_send):
def __init__(self, conn, certfile):
self.socket = test_wrap_socket(conn, server_side=True,
certfile=certfile,
do_handshake_on_connect=False)
asyncore.dispatcher_with_send.__init__(self, self.socket)
self._ssl_accepting = True
self._do_ssl_handshake()
def readable(self):
if isinstance(self.socket, ssl.SSLSocket):
while self.socket.pending() > 0:
self.handle_read_event()
return True
def _do_ssl_handshake(self):
try:
self.socket.do_handshake()
except (ssl.SSLWantReadError, ssl.SSLWantWriteError):
return
except ssl.SSLEOFError:
return self.handle_close()
except ssl.SSLError:
raise
except OSError as err:
if err.args[0] == errno.ECONNABORTED:
return self.handle_close()
else:
self._ssl_accepting = False
def handle_read(self):
if self._ssl_accepting:
self._do_ssl_handshake()
else:
data = self.recv(1024)
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" server: read %s from client\n" % repr(data))
if not data:
self.close()
else:
self.send(data.lower())
def handle_close(self):
self.close()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" server: closed connection %s\n" % self.socket)
def handle_error(self):
raise
def __init__(self, certfile):
self.certfile = certfile
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
self.port = support.bind_port(sock, '')
asyncore.dispatcher.__init__(self, sock)
self.listen(5)
def handle_accepted(self, sock_obj, addr):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" server: new connection from %s:%s\n" %addr)
self.ConnectionHandler(sock_obj, self.certfile)
def handle_error(self):
raise
def __init__(self, certfile):
self.flag = None
self.active = False
self.server = self.EchoServer(certfile)
self.port = self.server.port
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self.daemon = True
def __str__(self):
return "<%s %s>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self.server)
def __enter__(self):
self.start(threading.Event())
self.flag.wait()
return self
def __exit__(self, *args):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" cleanup: stopping server.\n")
self.stop()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" cleanup: joining server thread.\n")
self.join()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" cleanup: successfully joined.\n")
# make sure that ConnectionHandler is removed from socket_map
asyncore.close_all(ignore_all=True)
def start (self, flag=None):
self.flag = flag
threading.Thread.start(self)
def run(self):
self.active = True
if self.flag:
self.flag.set()
while self.active:
try:
asyncore.loop(1)
except:
pass
def stop(self):
self.active = False
self.server.close()
def server_params_test(client_context, server_context, indata=b"FOO\n",
chatty=True, connectionchatty=False, sni_name=None,
session=None):
"""
Launch a server, connect a client to it and try various reads
and writes.
"""
stats = {}
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context,
chatty=chatty,
connectionchatty=False)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=sni_name, session=session) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
for arg in [indata, bytearray(indata), memoryview(indata)]:
if connectionchatty:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(
" client: sending %r...\n" % indata)
s.write(arg)
outdata = s.read()
if connectionchatty:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" client: read %r\n" % outdata)
if outdata != indata.lower():
raise AssertionError(
"bad data <<%r>> (%d) received; expected <<%r>> (%d)\n"
% (outdata[:20], len(outdata),
indata[:20].lower(), len(indata)))
s.write(b"over\n")
if connectionchatty:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(" client: closing connection.\n")
stats.update({
'compression': s.compression(),
'cipher': s.cipher(),
'peercert': s.getpeercert(),
'client_alpn_protocol': s.selected_alpn_protocol(),
'client_npn_protocol': s.selected_npn_protocol(),
'version': s.version(),
'session_reused': s.session_reused,
'session': s.session,
})
s.close()
stats['server_alpn_protocols'] = server.selected_alpn_protocols
stats['server_npn_protocols'] = server.selected_npn_protocols
stats['server_shared_ciphers'] = server.shared_ciphers
return stats
def try_protocol_combo(server_protocol, client_protocol, expect_success,
certsreqs=None, server_options=0, client_options=0):
"""
Try to SSL-connect using *client_protocol* to *server_protocol*.
If *expect_success* is true, assert that the connection succeeds,
if it's false, assert that the connection fails.
Also, if *expect_success* is a string, assert that it is the protocol
version actually used by the connection.
"""
if certsreqs is None:
certsreqs = ssl.CERT_NONE
certtype = {
ssl.CERT_NONE: "CERT_NONE",
ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL: "CERT_OPTIONAL",
ssl.CERT_REQUIRED: "CERT_REQUIRED",
}[certsreqs]
if support.verbose:
formatstr = (expect_success and " %s->%s %s\n") or " {%s->%s} %s\n"
sys.stdout.write(formatstr %
(ssl.get_protocol_name(client_protocol),
ssl.get_protocol_name(server_protocol),
certtype))
client_context = ssl.SSLContext(client_protocol)
client_context.options |= client_options
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(server_protocol)
server_context.options |= server_options
# NOTE: we must enable "ALL" ciphers on the client, otherwise an
# SSLv23 client will send an SSLv3 hello (rather than SSLv2)
# starting from OpenSSL 1.0.0 (see issue #8322).
if client_context.protocol == ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS:
client_context.set_ciphers("ALL")
for ctx in (client_context, server_context):
ctx.verify_mode = certsreqs
ctx.load_cert_chain(SIGNED_CERTFILE)
ctx.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
try:
stats = server_params_test(client_context, server_context,
chatty=False, connectionchatty=False)
# Protocol mismatch can result in either an SSLError, or a
# "Connection reset by peer" error.
except ssl.SSLError:
if expect_success:
raise
except OSError as e:
if expect_success or e.errno != errno.ECONNRESET:
raise
else:
if not expect_success:
raise AssertionError(
"Client protocol %s succeeded with server protocol %s!"
% (ssl.get_protocol_name(client_protocol),
ssl.get_protocol_name(server_protocol)))
elif (expect_success is not True
and expect_success != stats['version']):
raise AssertionError("version mismatch: expected %r, got %r"
% (expect_success, stats['version']))
class ThreadedTests(unittest.TestCase):
def test_echo(self):
"""Basic test of an SSL client connecting to a server"""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
for protocol in PROTOCOLS:
if protocol in {ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER}:
continue
with self.subTest(protocol=ssl._PROTOCOL_NAMES[protocol]):
context = ssl.SSLContext(protocol)
context.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE)
server_params_test(context, context,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=True)
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
with self.subTest(client=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT, server=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER):
server_params_test(client_context=client_context,
server_context=server_context,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=True,
sni_name=hostname)
client_context.check_hostname = False
with self.subTest(client=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER, server=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT):
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError) as e:
server_params_test(client_context=server_context,
server_context=client_context,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=True,
sni_name=hostname)
self.assertIn('called a function you should not call',
str(e.exception))
with self.subTest(client=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER, server=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER):
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError) as e:
server_params_test(client_context=server_context,
server_context=server_context,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=True)
self.assertIn('called a function you should not call',
str(e.exception))
with self.subTest(client=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT, server=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT):
with self.assertRaises(ssl.SSLError) as e:
server_params_test(client_context=server_context,
server_context=client_context,
chatty=True, connectionchatty=True)
self.assertIn('called a function you should not call',
str(e.exception))
def test_getpeercert(self):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=False)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
do_handshake_on_connect=False,
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
# getpeercert() raise ValueError while the handshake isn't
# done.
with self.assertRaises(ValueError):
s.getpeercert()
s.do_handshake()
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
cipher = s.cipher()
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(pprint.pformat(cert) + '\n')
sys.stdout.write("Connection cipher is " + str(cipher) + '.\n')
if 'subject' not in cert:
self.fail("No subject field in certificate: %s." %
pprint.pformat(cert))
if ((('organizationName', 'Python Software Foundation'),)
not in cert['subject']):
self.fail(
"Missing or invalid 'organizationName' field in certificate subject; "
"should be 'Python Software Foundation'.")
self.assertIn('notBefore', cert)
self.assertIn('notAfter', cert)
before = ssl.cert_time_to_seconds(cert['notBefore'])
after = ssl.cert_time_to_seconds(cert['notAfter'])
self.assertLess(before, after)
@unittest.skipUnless(have_verify_flags(),
"verify_flags need OpenSSL > 0.9.8")
def test_crl_check(self):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
tf = getattr(ssl, "VERIFY_X509_TRUSTED_FIRST", 0)
self.assertEqual(client_context.verify_flags, ssl.VERIFY_DEFAULT | tf)
# VERIFY_DEFAULT should pass
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
# VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF without a loaded CRL file fails
client_context.verify_flags |= ssl.VERIFY_CRL_CHECK_LEAF
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ssl.SSLError,
"certificate verify failed"):
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
# now load a CRL file. The CRL file is signed by the CA.
client_context.load_verify_locations(CRLFILE)
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
def test_check_hostname(self):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
# correct hostname should verify
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
# incorrect hostname should raise an exception
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname="invalid") as s:
with self.assertRaisesRegex(
ssl.CertificateError,
"Hostname mismatch, certificate is not valid for 'invalid'."):
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
# missing server_hostname arg should cause an exception, too
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with socket.socket() as s:
with self.assertRaisesRegex(ValueError,
"check_hostname requires server_hostname"):
client_context.wrap_socket(s)
def test_ecc_cert(self):
client_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
client_context.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
client_context.set_ciphers('ECDHE:ECDSA:!NULL:!aRSA')
hostname = SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC_HOSTNAME
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
# load ECC cert
server_context.load_cert_chain(SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC)
# correct hostname should verify
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
cipher = s.cipher()[0].split('-')
self.assertTrue(cipher[:2], ('ECDHE', 'ECDSA'))
def test_dual_rsa_ecc(self):
client_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
client_context.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
# TODO: fix TLSv1.3 once SSLContext can restrict signature
# algorithms.
client_context.options |= ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_3
# only ECDSA certs
client_context.set_ciphers('ECDHE:ECDSA:!NULL:!aRSA')
hostname = SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC_HOSTNAME
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
# load ECC and RSA key/cert pairs
server_context.load_cert_chain(SIGNED_CERTFILE_ECC)
server_context.load_cert_chain(SIGNED_CERTFILE)
# correct hostname should verify
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
cipher = s.cipher()[0].split('-')
self.assertTrue(cipher[:2], ('ECDHE', 'ECDSA'))
def test_check_hostname_idn(self):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
server_context.load_cert_chain(IDNSANSFILE)
context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
context.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
context.check_hostname = True
context.load_verify_locations(SIGNING_CA)
# correct hostname should verify, when specified in several
# different ways
idn_hostnames = [
('könig.idn.pythontest.net',
'xn--knig-5qa.idn.pythontest.net'),
('xn--knig-5qa.idn.pythontest.net',
'xn--knig-5qa.idn.pythontest.net'),
(b'xn--knig-5qa.idn.pythontest.net',
'xn--knig-5qa.idn.pythontest.net'),
('königsgäßchen.idna2003.pythontest.net',
'xn--knigsgsschen-lcb0w.idna2003.pythontest.net'),
('xn--knigsgsschen-lcb0w.idna2003.pythontest.net',
'xn--knigsgsschen-lcb0w.idna2003.pythontest.net'),
(b'xn--knigsgsschen-lcb0w.idna2003.pythontest.net',
'xn--knigsgsschen-lcb0w.idna2003.pythontest.net'),
# ('königsgäßchen.idna2008.pythontest.net',
# 'xn--knigsgchen-b4a3dun.idna2008.pythontest.net'),
('xn--knigsgchen-b4a3dun.idna2008.pythontest.net',
'xn--knigsgchen-b4a3dun.idna2008.pythontest.net'),
(b'xn--knigsgchen-b4a3dun.idna2008.pythontest.net',
'xn--knigsgchen-b4a3dun.idna2008.pythontest.net'),
]
for server_hostname, expected_hostname in idn_hostnames:
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=server_hostname) as s:
self.assertEqual(s.server_hostname, expected_hostname)
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
cert = s.getpeercert()
self.assertEqual(s.server_hostname, expected_hostname)
self.assertTrue(cert, "Can't get peer certificate.")
# incorrect hostname should raise an exception
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname="python.example.org") as s:
with self.assertRaises(ssl.CertificateError):
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
def test_wrong_cert_tls12(self):
"""Connecting when the server rejects the client's certificate
Launch a server with CERT_REQUIRED, and check that trying to
connect to it with a wrong client certificate fails.
"""
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
# load client cert that is not signed by trusted CA
client_context.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE)
# require TLS client authentication
server_context.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
# TLS 1.3 has different handshake
client_context.maximum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_2
server = ThreadedEchoServer(
context=server_context, chatty=True, connectionchatty=True,
)
with server, \
client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
try:
# Expect either an SSL error about the server rejecting
# the connection, or a low-level connection reset (which
# sometimes happens on Windows)
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
except ssl.SSLError as e:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nSSLError is %r\n" % e)
except OSError as e:
if e.errno != errno.ECONNRESET:
raise
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nsocket.error is %r\n" % e)
else:
self.fail("Use of invalid cert should have failed!")
@unittest.skipUnless(ssl.HAS_TLSv1_3, "Test needs TLS 1.3")
def test_wrong_cert_tls13(self):
client_context, server_context, hostname = testing_context()
# load client cert that is not signed by trusted CA
client_context.load_cert_chain(CERTFILE)
server_context.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
server_context.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_3
client_context.minimum_version = ssl.TLSVersion.TLSv1_3
server = ThreadedEchoServer(
context=server_context, chatty=True, connectionchatty=True,
)
with server, \
client_context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=hostname) as s:
# TLS 1.3 perform client cert exchange after handshake
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
try:
s.write(b'data')
s.read(4)
except ssl.SSLError as e:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nSSLError is %r\n" % e)
except OSError as e:
if e.errno != errno.ECONNRESET:
raise
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\nsocket.error is %r\n" % e)
else:
self.fail("Use of invalid cert should have failed!")
def test_rude_shutdown(self):
"""A brutal shutdown of an SSL server should raise an OSError
in the client when attempting handshake.
"""
listener_ready = threading.Event()
listener_gone = threading.Event()
s = socket.socket()
port = support.bind_port(s, HOST)
# `listener` runs in a thread. It sits in an accept() until
# the main thread connects. Then it rudely closes the socket,
# and sets Event `listener_gone` to let the main thread know
# the socket is gone.
def listener():
s.listen()
listener_ready.set()
newsock, addr = s.accept()
newsock.close()
s.close()
listener_gone.set()
def connector():
listener_ready.wait()
with socket.socket() as c:
c.connect((HOST, port))
listener_gone.wait()
try:
ssl_sock = test_wrap_socket(c)
except OSError:
pass
else:
self.fail('connecting to closed SSL socket should have failed')
t = threading.Thread(target=listener)
t.start()
try:
connector()
finally:
t.join()
def test_ssl_cert_verify_error(self):
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
server_context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER)
server_context.load_cert_chain(SIGNED_CERTFILE)
context = ssl.SSLContext(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS_CLIENT)
server = ThreadedEchoServer(context=server_context, chatty=True)
with server:
with context.wrap_socket(socket.socket(),
server_hostname=SIGNED_CERTFILE_HOSTNAME) as s:
try:
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
except ssl.SSLError as e:
msg = 'unable to get local issuer certificate'
self.assertIsInstance(e, ssl.SSLCertVerificationError)
self.assertEqual(e.verify_code, 20)
self.assertEqual(e.verify_message, msg)
self.assertIn(msg, repr(e))
self.assertIn('certificate verify failed', repr(e))
@unittest.skipUnless(hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'),
"OpenSSL is compiled without SSLv2 support")
def test_protocol_sslv2(self):
"""Connecting to an SSLv2 server with various client options"""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, True)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, True, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, True, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, False)
# SSLv23 client with specific SSL options
if no_sslv2_implies_sslv3_hello():
# No SSLv2 => client will use an SSLv3 hello on recent OpenSSLs
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1)
def test_PROTOCOL_TLS(self):
"""Connecting to an SSLv23 server with various client options"""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'):
try:
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, True)
except OSError as x:
# this fails on some older versions of OpenSSL (0.9.7l, for instance)
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(
" SSL2 client to SSL23 server test unexpectedly failed:\n %s\n"
% str(x))
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, True)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1')
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, True, ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1', ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, True, ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1', ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
# Server with specific SSL options
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False,
server_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
# Will choose TLSv1
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, True,
server_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2 | ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, False,
server_options=ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1)
@unittest.skipUnless(hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'),
"OpenSSL is compiled without SSLv3 support")
def test_protocol_sslv3(self):
"""Connecting to an SSLv3 server with various client options"""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, 'SSLv3')
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, 'SSLv3', ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, 'SSLv3', ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, False)
if no_sslv2_implies_sslv3_hello():
# No SSLv2 => client will use an SSLv3 hello on recent OpenSSLs
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS,
False, client_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2)
def test_protocol_tlsv1(self):
"""Connecting to a TLSv1 server with various client options"""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1')
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1', ssl.CERT_OPTIONAL)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, 'TLSv1', ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, False)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1)
@unittest.skipUnless(hasattr(ssl, "PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1"),
"TLS version 1.1 not supported.")
def test_protocol_tlsv1_1(self):
"""Connecting to a TLSv1.1 server with various client options.
Testing against older TLS versions."""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, 'TLSv1.1')
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, False)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_1)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, 'TLSv1.1')
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, False)
@unittest.skipUnless(hasattr(ssl, "PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2"),
"TLS version 1.2 not supported.")
def test_protocol_tlsv1_2(self):
"""Connecting to a TLSv1.2 server with various client options.
Testing against older TLS versions."""
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, 'TLSv1.2',
server_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3|ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3|ssl.OP_NO_SSLv2,)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv2, False)
if hasattr(ssl, 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3'):
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, False,
client_options=ssl.OP_NO_TLSv1_2)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, 'TLSv1.2')
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, False)
try_protocol_combo(ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2, False)
def test_starttls(self):
"""Switching from clear text to encrypted and back again."""
msgs = (b"msg 1", b"MSG 2", b"STARTTLS", b"MSG 3", b"msg 4", b"ENDTLS", b"msg 5", b"msg 6")
server = ThreadedEchoServer(CERTFILE,
starttls_server=True,
chatty=True,
connectionchatty=True)
wrapped = False
with server:
s = socket.socket()
s.setblocking(1)
s.connect((HOST, server.port))
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write("\n")
for indata in msgs:
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(
" client: sending %r...\n" % indata)
if wrapped:
conn.write(indata)
outdata = conn.read()
else:
s.send(indata)
outdata = s.recv(1024)
msg = outdata.strip().lower()
if indata == b"STARTTLS" and msg.startswith(b"ok"):
# STARTTLS ok, switch to secure mode
if support.verbose:
sys.stdout.write(