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/*
* scp.c - Scp (Secure Copy) client for PuTTY.
* Joris van Rantwijk, Simon Tatham
*
* This is mainly based on ssh-1.2.26/scp.c by Timo Rinne & Tatu Ylonen.
* They, in turn, used stuff from BSD rcp.
*
* (SGT, 2001-09-10: Joris van Rantwijk assures me that although
* this file as originally submitted was inspired by, and
* _structurally_ based on, ssh-1.2.26's scp.c, there wasn't any
* actual code duplicated, so the above comment shouldn't give rise
* to licensing issues.)
*/
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <limits.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <assert.h>
#define PUTTY_DO_GLOBALS
#include "putty.h"
#include "psftp.h"
#include "ssh.h"
#include "sftp.h"
#include "storage.h"
#include "int64.h"
static int list = 0;
static int verbose = 0;
static int recursive = 0;
static int preserve = 0;
static int targetshouldbedirectory = 0;
static int statistics = 1;
static int prev_stats_len = 0;
static int scp_unsafe_mode = 0;
static int errs = 0;
static int try_scp = 1;
static int try_sftp = 1;
static int main_cmd_is_sftp = 0;
static int fallback_cmd_is_sftp = 0;
static int using_sftp = 0;
static Backend *back;
static void *backhandle;
static Config cfg;
static void source(char *src);
static void rsource(char *src);
static void sink(char *targ, char *src);
const char *const appname = "PSCP";
/*
* The maximum amount of queued data we accept before we stop and
* wait for the server to process some.
*/
#define MAX_SCP_BUFSIZE 16384
void ldisc_send(void *handle, char *buf, int len, int interactive)
{
/*
* This is only here because of the calls to ldisc_send(NULL,
* 0) in ssh.c. Nothing in PSCP actually needs to use the ldisc
* as an ldisc. So if we get called with any real data, I want
* to know about it.
*/
assert(len == 0);
}
static void tell_char(FILE * stream, char c)
{
fputc(c, stream);
}
static void tell_str(FILE * stream, char *str)
{
unsigned int i;
for (i = 0; i < strlen(str); ++i)
tell_char(stream, str[i]);
}
static void tell_user(FILE * stream, char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
va_end(ap);
str2 = dupcat(str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
tell_str(stream, str2);
sfree(str2);
}
/*
* Print an error message and perform a fatal exit.
*/
void fatalbox(char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
str2 = dupcat("Fatal: ", str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
va_end(ap);
tell_str(stderr, str2);
sfree(str2);
errs++;
cleanup_exit(1);
}
void modalfatalbox(char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
str2 = dupcat("Fatal: ", str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
va_end(ap);
tell_str(stderr, str2);
sfree(str2);
errs++;
cleanup_exit(1);
}
void connection_fatal(void *frontend, char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
str2 = dupcat("Fatal: ", str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
va_end(ap);
tell_str(stderr, str2);
sfree(str2);
errs++;
cleanup_exit(1);
}
/*
* In pscp, all agent requests should be synchronous, so this is a
* never-called stub.
*/
void agent_schedule_callback(void (*callback)(void *, void *, int),
void *callback_ctx, void *data, int len)
{
assert(!"We shouldn't be here");
}
/*
* Receive a block of data from the SSH link. Block until all data
* is available.
*
* To do this, we repeatedly call the SSH protocol module, with our
* own trap in from_backend() to catch the data that comes back. We
* do this until we have enough data.
*/
static unsigned char *outptr; /* where to put the data */
static unsigned outlen; /* how much data required */
static unsigned char *pending = NULL; /* any spare data */
static unsigned pendlen = 0, pendsize = 0; /* length and phys. size of buffer */
int from_backend(void *frontend, int is_stderr, const char *data, int datalen)
{
unsigned char *p = (unsigned char *) data;
unsigned len = (unsigned) datalen;
/*
* stderr data is just spouted to local stderr and otherwise
* ignored.
*/
if (is_stderr) {
if (len > 0)
if (fwrite(data, 1, len, stderr) < len)
/* oh well */;
return 0;
}
if ((outlen > 0) && (len > 0)) {
unsigned used = outlen;
if (used > len)
used = len;
memcpy(outptr, p, used);
outptr += used;
outlen -= used;
p += used;
len -= used;
}
if (len > 0) {
if (pendsize < pendlen + len) {
pendsize = pendlen + len + 4096;
pending = sresize(pending, pendsize, unsigned char);
}
memcpy(pending + pendlen, p, len);
pendlen += len;
}
return 0;
}
int from_backend_untrusted(void *frontend_handle, const char *data, int len)
{
/*
* No "untrusted" output should get here (the way the code is
* currently, it's all diverted by FLAG_STDERR).
*/
assert(!"Unexpected call to from_backend_untrusted()");
return 0; /* not reached */
}
static int ssh_scp_recv(unsigned char *buf, int len)
{
outptr = buf;
outlen = len;
/*
* See if the pending-input block contains some of what we
* need.
*/
if (pendlen > 0) {
unsigned pendused = pendlen;
if (pendused > outlen)
pendused = outlen;
memcpy(outptr, pending, pendused);
memmove(pending, pending + pendused, pendlen - pendused);
outptr += pendused;
outlen -= pendused;
pendlen -= pendused;
if (pendlen == 0) {
pendsize = 0;
sfree(pending);
pending = NULL;
}
if (outlen == 0)
return len;
}
while (outlen > 0) {
if (back->exitcode(backhandle) >= 0 || ssh_sftp_loop_iteration() < 0)
return 0; /* doom */
}
return len;
}
/*
* Loop through the ssh connection and authentication process.
*/
static void ssh_scp_init(void)
{
while (!back->sendok(backhandle)) {
if (back->exitcode(backhandle) >= 0) {
errs++;
return;
}
if (ssh_sftp_loop_iteration() < 0) {
errs++;
return; /* doom */
}
}
/* Work out which backend we ended up using. */
if (!ssh_fallback_cmd(backhandle))
using_sftp = main_cmd_is_sftp;
else
using_sftp = fallback_cmd_is_sftp;
if (verbose) {
if (using_sftp)
tell_user(stderr, "Using SFTP");
else
tell_user(stderr, "Using SCP1");
}
}
/*
* Print an error message and exit after closing the SSH link.
*/
static void bump(char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
va_end(ap);
str2 = dupcat(str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
tell_str(stderr, str2);
sfree(str2);
errs++;
if (back != NULL && back->connected(backhandle)) {
char ch;
back->special(backhandle, TS_EOF);
ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &ch, 1);
}
cleanup_exit(1);
}
/*
* Open an SSH connection to user@host and execute cmd.
*/
static void do_cmd(char *host, char *user, char *cmd)
{
const char *err;
char *realhost;
void *logctx;
if (host == NULL || host[0] == '\0')
bump("Empty host name");
/*
* Remove fiddly bits of address: remove a colon suffix, and
* the square brackets around an IPv6 literal address.
*/
if (host[0] == '[') {
host++;
host[strcspn(host, "]")] = '\0';
} else {
host[strcspn(host, ":")] = '\0';
}
/*
* If we haven't loaded session details already (e.g., from -load),
* try looking for a session called "host".
*/
if (!loaded_session) {
/* Try to load settings for `host' into a temporary config */
Config cfg2;
cfg2.host[0] = '\0';
do_defaults(host, &cfg2);
if (cfg2.host[0] != '\0') {
/* Settings present and include hostname */
/* Re-load data into the real config. */
do_defaults(host, &cfg);
} else {
/* Session doesn't exist or mention a hostname. */
/* Use `host' as a bare hostname. */
strncpy(cfg.host, host, sizeof(cfg.host) - 1);
cfg.host[sizeof(cfg.host) - 1] = '\0';
}
} else {
/* Patch in hostname `host' to session details. */
strncpy(cfg.host, host, sizeof(cfg.host) - 1);
cfg.host[sizeof(cfg.host) - 1] = '\0';
}
/*
* Force use of SSH. (If they got the protocol wrong we assume the
* port is useless too.)
*/
if (cfg.protocol != PROT_SSH) {
cfg.protocol = PROT_SSH;
cfg.port = 22;
}
/*
* Enact command-line overrides.
*/
cmdline_run_saved(&cfg);
/*
* Trim leading whitespace off the hostname if it's there.
*/
{
int space = strspn(cfg.host, " \t");
memmove(cfg.host, cfg.host+space, 1+strlen(cfg.host)-space);
}
/* See if host is of the form user@host */
if (cfg.host[0] != '\0') {
char *atsign = strrchr(cfg.host, '@');
/* Make sure we're not overflowing the user field */
if (atsign) {
if (atsign - cfg.host < sizeof cfg.username) {
strncpy(cfg.username, cfg.host, atsign - cfg.host);
cfg.username[atsign - cfg.host] = '\0';
}
memmove(cfg.host, atsign + 1, 1 + strlen(atsign + 1));
}
}
/*
* Remove any remaining whitespace from the hostname.
*/
{
int p1 = 0, p2 = 0;
while (cfg.host[p2] != '\0') {
if (cfg.host[p2] != ' ' && cfg.host[p2] != '\t') {
cfg.host[p1] = cfg.host[p2];
p1++;
}
p2++;
}
cfg.host[p1] = '\0';
}
/* Set username */
if (user != NULL && user[0] != '\0') {
strncpy(cfg.username, user, sizeof(cfg.username) - 1);
cfg.username[sizeof(cfg.username) - 1] = '\0';
} else if (cfg.username[0] == '\0') {
user = get_username();
if (!user)
bump("Empty user name");
else {
if (verbose)
tell_user(stderr, "Guessing user name: %s", user);
strncpy(cfg.username, user, sizeof(cfg.username) - 1);
cfg.username[sizeof(cfg.username) - 1] = '\0';
sfree(user);
}
}
/*
* Disable scary things which shouldn't be enabled for simple
* things like SCP and SFTP: agent forwarding, port forwarding,
* X forwarding.
*/
cfg.x11_forward = 0;
cfg.agentfwd = 0;
cfg.portfwd[0] = cfg.portfwd[1] = '\0';
cfg.ssh_simple = TRUE;
/*
* Set up main and possibly fallback command depending on
* options specified by user.
* Attempt to start the SFTP subsystem as a first choice,
* falling back to the provided scp command if that fails.
*/
cfg.remote_cmd_ptr2 = NULL;
if (try_sftp) {
/* First choice is SFTP subsystem. */
main_cmd_is_sftp = 1;
strcpy(cfg.remote_cmd, "sftp");
cfg.ssh_subsys = TRUE;
if (try_scp) {
/* Fallback is to use the provided scp command. */
fallback_cmd_is_sftp = 0;
cfg.remote_cmd_ptr2 = cmd;
cfg.ssh_subsys2 = FALSE;
} else {
/* Since we're not going to try SCP, we may as well try
* harder to find an SFTP server, since in the current
* implementation we have a spare slot. */
fallback_cmd_is_sftp = 1;
/* see psftp.c for full explanation of this kludge */
cfg.remote_cmd_ptr2 =
"test -x /usr/lib/sftp-server && exec /usr/lib/sftp-server\n"
"test -x /usr/local/lib/sftp-server && exec /usr/local/lib/sftp-server\n"
"exec sftp-server";
cfg.ssh_subsys2 = FALSE;
}
} else {
/* Don't try SFTP at all; just try the scp command. */
main_cmd_is_sftp = 0;
cfg.remote_cmd_ptr = cmd;
cfg.ssh_subsys = FALSE;
}
cfg.nopty = TRUE;
back = &ssh_backend;
err = back->init(NULL, &backhandle, &cfg, cfg.host, cfg.port, &realhost,
0, cfg.tcp_keepalives);
if (err != NULL)
bump("ssh_init: %s", err);
logctx = log_init(NULL, &cfg);
back->provide_logctx(backhandle, logctx);
console_provide_logctx(logctx);
ssh_scp_init();
if (verbose && realhost != NULL && errs == 0)
tell_user(stderr, "Connected to %s\n", realhost);
sfree(realhost);
}
/*
* Update statistic information about current file.
*/
static void print_stats(char *name, uint64 size, uint64 done,
time_t start, time_t now)
{
float ratebs;
unsigned long eta;
char *etastr;
int pct;
int len;
int elap;
double donedbl;
double sizedbl;
elap = (unsigned long) difftime(now, start);
if (now > start)
ratebs = (float) (uint64_to_double(done) / elap);
else
ratebs = (float) uint64_to_double(done);
if (ratebs < 1.0)
eta = (unsigned long) (uint64_to_double(uint64_subtract(size, done)));
else {
eta = (unsigned long)
((uint64_to_double(uint64_subtract(size, done)) / ratebs));
}
etastr = dupprintf("%02ld:%02ld:%02ld",
eta / 3600, (eta % 3600) / 60, eta % 60);
donedbl = uint64_to_double(done);
sizedbl = uint64_to_double(size);
pct = (int) (100 * (donedbl * 1.0 / sizedbl));
{
char donekb[40];
/* divide by 1024 to provide kB */
uint64_decimal(uint64_shift_right(done, 10), donekb);
len = printf("\r%-25.25s | %s kB | %5.1f kB/s | ETA: %8s | %3d%%",
name,
donekb, ratebs / 1024.0, etastr, pct);
if (len < prev_stats_len)
printf("%*s", prev_stats_len - len, "");
prev_stats_len = len;
if (uint64_compare(done, size) == 0)
printf("\n");
fflush(stdout);
}
free(etastr);
}
/*
* Find a colon in str and return a pointer to the colon.
* This is used to separate hostname from filename.
*/
static char *colon(char *str)
{
/* We ignore a leading colon, since the hostname cannot be
empty. We also ignore a colon as second character because
of filenames like f:myfile.txt. */
if (str[0] == '\0' || str[0] == ':' ||
(str[0] != '[' && str[1] == ':'))
return (NULL);
while (*str != '\0' && *str != ':' && *str != '/' && *str != '\\') {
if (*str == '[') {
/* Skip over IPv6 literal addresses
* (eg: 'jeroen@[2001:db8::1]:myfile.txt') */
char *ipv6_end = strchr(str, ']');
if (ipv6_end) {
str = ipv6_end;
}
}
str++;
}
if (*str == ':')
return (str);
else
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Return a pointer to the portion of str that comes after the last
* slash (or backslash or colon, if `local' is TRUE).
*/
static char *stripslashes(char *str, int local)
{
char *p;
if (local) {
p = strchr(str, ':');
if (p) str = p+1;
}
p = strrchr(str, '/');
if (p) str = p+1;
if (local) {
p = strrchr(str, '\\');
if (p) str = p+1;
}
return str;
}
/*
* Determine whether a string is entirely composed of dots.
*/
static int is_dots(char *str)
{
return str[strspn(str, ".")] == '\0';
}
/*
* Wait for a response from the other side.
* Return 0 if ok, -1 if error.
*/
static int response(void)
{
char ch, resp, rbuf[2048];
int p;
if (ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &resp, 1) <= 0)
bump("Lost connection");
p = 0;
switch (resp) {
case 0: /* ok */
return (0);
default:
rbuf[p++] = resp;
/* fallthrough */
case 1: /* error */
case 2: /* fatal error */
do {
if (ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &ch, 1) <= 0)
bump("Protocol error: Lost connection");
rbuf[p++] = ch;
} while (p < sizeof(rbuf) && ch != '\n');
rbuf[p - 1] = '\0';
if (resp == 1)
tell_user(stderr, "%s\n", rbuf);
else
bump("%s", rbuf);
errs++;
return (-1);
}
}
int sftp_recvdata(char *buf, int len)
{
return ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) buf, len);
}
int sftp_senddata(char *buf, int len)
{
back->send(backhandle, buf, len);
return 1;
}
/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
* sftp-based replacement for the hacky `pscp -ls'.
*/
static int sftp_ls_compare(const void *av, const void *bv)
{
const struct fxp_name *a = (const struct fxp_name *) av;
const struct fxp_name *b = (const struct fxp_name *) bv;
return strcmp(a->filename, b->filename);
}
void scp_sftp_listdir(char *dirname)
{
struct fxp_handle *dirh;
struct fxp_names *names;
struct fxp_name *ournames;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
int nnames, namesize;
int i;
if (!fxp_init()) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to initialise SFTP: %s", fxp_error());
errs++;
return;
}
printf("Listing directory %s\n", dirname);
sftp_register(req = fxp_opendir_send(dirname));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
dirh = fxp_opendir_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (dirh == NULL) {
printf("Unable to open %s: %s\n", dirname, fxp_error());
} else {
nnames = namesize = 0;
ournames = NULL;
while (1) {
sftp_register(req = fxp_readdir_send(dirh));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
names = fxp_readdir_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (names == NULL) {
if (fxp_error_type() == SSH_FX_EOF)
break;
printf("Reading directory %s: %s\n", dirname, fxp_error());
break;
}
if (names->nnames == 0) {
fxp_free_names(names);
break;
}
if (nnames + names->nnames >= namesize) {
namesize += names->nnames + 128;
ournames = sresize(ournames, namesize, struct fxp_name);
}
for (i = 0; i < names->nnames; i++)
ournames[nnames++] = names->names[i];
names->nnames = 0; /* prevent free_names */
fxp_free_names(names);
}
sftp_register(req = fxp_close_send(dirh));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
fxp_close_recv(pktin, rreq);
/*
* Now we have our filenames. Sort them by actual file
* name, and then output the longname parts.
*/
qsort(ournames, nnames, sizeof(*ournames), sftp_ls_compare);
/*
* And print them.
*/
for (i = 0; i < nnames; i++)
printf("%s\n", ournames[i].longname);
}
}
/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Helper routines that contain the actual SCP protocol elements,
* implemented both as SCP1 and SFTP.
*/
static struct scp_sftp_dirstack {
struct scp_sftp_dirstack *next;
struct fxp_name *names;
int namepos, namelen;
char *dirpath;
char *wildcard;
int matched_something; /* wildcard match set was non-empty */
} *scp_sftp_dirstack_head;
static char *scp_sftp_remotepath, *scp_sftp_currentname;
static char *scp_sftp_wildcard;
static int scp_sftp_targetisdir, scp_sftp_donethistarget;
static int scp_sftp_preserve, scp_sftp_recursive;
static unsigned long scp_sftp_mtime, scp_sftp_atime;
static int scp_has_times;
static struct fxp_handle *scp_sftp_filehandle;
static struct fxp_xfer *scp_sftp_xfer;
static uint64 scp_sftp_fileoffset;
int scp_source_setup(char *target, int shouldbedir)
{
if (using_sftp) {
/*
* Find out whether the target filespec is in fact a
* directory.
*/
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
struct fxp_attrs attrs;
int ret;
if (!fxp_init()) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to initialise SFTP: %s", fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
sftp_register(req = fxp_stat_send(target));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
ret = fxp_stat_recv(pktin, rreq, &attrs);
if (!ret || !(attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_PERMISSIONS))
scp_sftp_targetisdir = 0;
else
scp_sftp_targetisdir = (attrs.permissions & 0040000) != 0;
if (shouldbedir && !scp_sftp_targetisdir) {
bump("pscp: remote filespec %s: not a directory\n", target);
}
scp_sftp_remotepath = dupstr(target);
scp_has_times = 0;
} else {
(void) response();
}
return 0;
}
int scp_send_errmsg(char *str)
{
if (using_sftp) {
/* do nothing; we never need to send our errors to the server */
} else {
back->send(backhandle, "\001", 1);/* scp protocol error prefix */
back->send(backhandle, str, strlen(str));
}
return 0; /* can't fail */
}
int scp_send_filetimes(unsigned long mtime, unsigned long atime)
{
if (using_sftp) {
scp_sftp_mtime = mtime;
scp_sftp_atime = atime;
scp_has_times = 1;
return 0;
} else {
char buf[80];
sprintf(buf, "T%lu 0 %lu 0\n", mtime, atime);
back->send(backhandle, buf, strlen(buf));
return response();
}
}
int scp_send_filename(char *name, uint64 size, int modes)
{
if (using_sftp) {
char *fullname;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
if (scp_sftp_targetisdir) {
fullname = dupcat(scp_sftp_remotepath, "/", name, NULL);
} else {
fullname = dupstr(scp_sftp_remotepath);
}
sftp_register(req = fxp_open_send(fullname, SSH_FXF_WRITE |
SSH_FXF_CREAT | SSH_FXF_TRUNC));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
scp_sftp_filehandle = fxp_open_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (!scp_sftp_filehandle) {
tell_user(stderr, "pscp: unable to open %s: %s",
fullname, fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
scp_sftp_fileoffset = uint64_make(0, 0);
scp_sftp_xfer = xfer_upload_init(scp_sftp_filehandle,
scp_sftp_fileoffset);
sfree(fullname);
return 0;
} else {
char buf[40];
char sizestr[40];
uint64_decimal(size, sizestr);
sprintf(buf, "C%04o %s ", modes, sizestr);
back->send(backhandle, buf, strlen(buf));
back->send(backhandle, name, strlen(name));
back->send(backhandle, "\n", 1);
return response();
}
}
int scp_send_filedata(char *data, int len)
{
if (using_sftp) {
int ret;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
if (!scp_sftp_filehandle) {
return 1;
}
while (!xfer_upload_ready(scp_sftp_xfer)) {
pktin = sftp_recv();
ret = xfer_upload_gotpkt(scp_sftp_xfer, pktin);
if (!ret) {
tell_user(stderr, "error while writing: %s\n", fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
}
xfer_upload_data(scp_sftp_xfer, data, len);
scp_sftp_fileoffset = uint64_add32(scp_sftp_fileoffset, len);
return 0;
} else {
int bufsize = back->send(backhandle, data, len);
/*
* If the network transfer is backing up - that is, the
* remote site is not accepting data as fast as we can
* produce it - then we must loop on network events until
* we have space in the buffer again.
*/
while (bufsize > MAX_SCP_BUFSIZE) {
if (ssh_sftp_loop_iteration() < 0)
return 1;
bufsize = back->sendbuffer(backhandle);
}
return 0;
}
}
int scp_send_finish(void)
{
if (using_sftp) {
struct fxp_attrs attrs;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
int ret;
while (!xfer_done(scp_sftp_xfer)) {
pktin = sftp_recv();
xfer_upload_gotpkt(scp_sftp_xfer, pktin);
}
xfer_cleanup(scp_sftp_xfer);
if (!scp_sftp_filehandle) {
return 1;
}
if (scp_has_times) {
attrs.flags = SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_ACMODTIME;
attrs.atime = scp_sftp_atime;
attrs.mtime = scp_sftp_mtime;
sftp_register(req = fxp_fsetstat_send(scp_sftp_filehandle, attrs));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
ret = fxp_fsetstat_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (!ret) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to set file times: %s\n", fxp_error());
errs++;
}
}
sftp_register(req = fxp_close_send(scp_sftp_filehandle));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
fxp_close_recv(pktin, rreq);
scp_has_times = 0;
return 0;
} else {
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
return response();
}
}
char *scp_save_remotepath(void)
{
if (using_sftp)
return scp_sftp_remotepath;
else
return NULL;
}
void scp_restore_remotepath(char *data)
{
if (using_sftp)
scp_sftp_remotepath = data;
}
int scp_send_dirname(char *name, int modes)
{
if (using_sftp) {
char *fullname;
char const *err;
struct fxp_attrs attrs;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
int ret;
if (scp_sftp_targetisdir) {
fullname = dupcat(scp_sftp_remotepath, "/", name, NULL);
} else {
fullname = dupstr(scp_sftp_remotepath);
}
/*
* We don't worry about whether we managed to create the
* directory, because if it exists already it's OK just to
* use it. Instead, we will stat it afterwards, and if it
* exists and is a directory we will assume we were either
* successful or it didn't matter.
*/
sftp_register(req = fxp_mkdir_send(fullname));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
ret = fxp_mkdir_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (!ret)
err = fxp_error();
else
err = "server reported no error";
sftp_register(req = fxp_stat_send(fullname));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
ret = fxp_stat_recv(pktin, rreq, &attrs);
if (!ret || !(attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_PERMISSIONS) ||
!(attrs.permissions & 0040000)) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to create directory %s: %s",
fullname, err);
errs++;
return 1;
}
scp_sftp_remotepath = fullname;
return 0;
} else {
char buf[40];
sprintf(buf, "D%04o 0 ", modes);
back->send(backhandle, buf, strlen(buf));
back->send(backhandle, name, strlen(name));
back->send(backhandle, "\n", 1);
return response();
}
}
int scp_send_enddir(void)
{
if (using_sftp) {
sfree(scp_sftp_remotepath);
return 0;
} else {
back->send(backhandle, "E\n", 2);
return response();
}
}
/*
* Yes, I know; I have an scp_sink_setup _and_ an scp_sink_init.
* That's bad. The difference is that scp_sink_setup is called once
* right at the start, whereas scp_sink_init is called to
* initialise every level of recursion in the protocol.
*/
int scp_sink_setup(char *source, int preserve, int recursive)
{
if (using_sftp) {
char *newsource;
if (!fxp_init()) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to initialise SFTP: %s", fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
/*
* It's possible that the source string we've been given
* contains a wildcard. If so, we must split the directory
* away from the wildcard itself (throwing an error if any
* wildcardness comes before the final slash) and arrange
* things so that a dirstack entry will be set up.
*/
newsource = snewn(1+strlen(source), char);
if (!wc_unescape(newsource, source)) {
/* Yes, here we go; it's a wildcard. Bah. */
char *dupsource, *lastpart, *dirpart, *wildcard;
dupsource = dupstr(source);
lastpart = stripslashes(dupsource, 0);
wildcard = dupstr(lastpart);
*lastpart = '\0';
if (*dupsource && dupsource[1]) {
/*
* The remains of dupsource are at least two
* characters long, meaning the pathname wasn't
* empty or just `/'. Hence, we remove the trailing
* slash.
*/
lastpart[-1] = '\0';
} else if (!*dupsource) {
/*
* The remains of dupsource are _empty_ - the whole
* pathname was a wildcard. Hence we need to
* replace it with ".".
*/
sfree(dupsource);
dupsource = dupstr(".");
}
/*
* Now we have separated our string into dupsource (the
* directory part) and wildcard. Both of these will
* need freeing at some point. Next step is to remove
* wildcard escapes from the directory part, throwing
* an error if it contains a real wildcard.
*/
dirpart = snewn(1+strlen(dupsource), char);
if (!wc_unescape(dirpart, dupsource)) {
tell_user(stderr, "%s: multiple-level wildcards unsupported",
source);
errs++;
sfree(dirpart);
sfree(wildcard);
sfree(dupsource);
return 1;
}
/*
* Now we have dirpart (unescaped, ie a valid remote
* path), and wildcard (a wildcard). This will be
* sufficient to arrange a dirstack entry.
*/
scp_sftp_remotepath = dirpart;
scp_sftp_wildcard = wildcard;
sfree(dupsource);
} else {
scp_sftp_remotepath = newsource;
scp_sftp_wildcard = NULL;
}
scp_sftp_preserve = preserve;
scp_sftp_recursive = recursive;
scp_sftp_donethistarget = 0;
scp_sftp_dirstack_head = NULL;
}
return 0;
}
int scp_sink_init(void)
{
if (!using_sftp) {
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
}
return 0;
}
#define SCP_SINK_FILE 1
#define SCP_SINK_DIR 2
#define SCP_SINK_ENDDIR 3
#define SCP_SINK_RETRY 4 /* not an action; just try again */
struct scp_sink_action {
int action; /* FILE, DIR, ENDDIR */
char *buf; /* will need freeing after use */
char *name; /* filename or dirname (not ENDDIR) */
int mode; /* access mode (not ENDDIR) */
uint64 size; /* file size (not ENDDIR) */
int settime; /* 1 if atime and mtime are filled */
unsigned long atime, mtime; /* access times for the file */
};
int scp_get_sink_action(struct scp_sink_action *act)
{
if (using_sftp) {
char *fname;
int must_free_fname;
struct fxp_attrs attrs;
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
int ret;
if (!scp_sftp_dirstack_head) {
if (!scp_sftp_donethistarget) {
/*
* Simple case: we are only dealing with one file.
*/
fname = scp_sftp_remotepath;
must_free_fname = 0;
scp_sftp_donethistarget = 1;
} else {
/*
* Even simpler case: one file _which we've done_.
* Return 1 (finished).
*/
return 1;
}
} else {
/*
* We're now in the middle of stepping through a list
* of names returned from fxp_readdir(); so let's carry
* on.
*/
struct scp_sftp_dirstack *head = scp_sftp_dirstack_head;
while (head->namepos < head->namelen &&
(is_dots(head->names[head->namepos].filename) ||
(head->wildcard &&
!wc_match(head->wildcard,
head->names[head->namepos].filename))))
head->namepos++; /* skip . and .. */
if (head->namepos < head->namelen) {
head->matched_something = 1;
fname = dupcat(head->dirpath, "/",
head->names[head->namepos++].filename,
NULL);
must_free_fname = 1;
} else {
/*
* We've come to the end of the list; pop it off
* the stack and return an ENDDIR action (or RETRY
* if this was a wildcard match).
*/
if (head->wildcard) {
act->action = SCP_SINK_RETRY;
if (!head->matched_something) {
tell_user(stderr, "pscp: wildcard '%s' matched "
"no files", head->wildcard);
errs++;
}
sfree(head->wildcard);
} else {
act->action = SCP_SINK_ENDDIR;
}
sfree(head->dirpath);
sfree(head->names);
scp_sftp_dirstack_head = head->next;
sfree(head);
return 0;
}
}
/*
* Now we have a filename. Stat it, and see if it's a file
* or a directory.
*/
sftp_register(req = fxp_stat_send(fname));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
ret = fxp_stat_recv(pktin, rreq, &attrs);
if (!ret || !(attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_PERMISSIONS)) {
tell_user(stderr, "unable to identify %s: %s", fname,
ret ? "file type not supplied" : fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
if (attrs.permissions & 0040000) {
struct scp_sftp_dirstack *newitem;
struct fxp_handle *dirhandle;
int nnames, namesize;
struct fxp_name *ournames;
struct fxp_names *names;
/*
* It's a directory. If we're not in recursive mode,
* this merits a complaint (which is fatal if the name
* was specified directly, but not if it was matched by
* a wildcard).
*
* We skip this complaint completely if
* scp_sftp_wildcard is set, because that's an
* indication that we're not actually supposed to
* _recursively_ transfer the dir, just scan it for
* things matching the wildcard.
*/
if (!scp_sftp_recursive && !scp_sftp_wildcard) {
tell_user(stderr, "pscp: %s: is a directory", fname);
errs++;
if (must_free_fname) sfree(fname);
if (scp_sftp_dirstack_head) {
act->action = SCP_SINK_RETRY;
return 0;
} else {
return 1;
}
}
/*
* Otherwise, the fun begins. We must fxp_opendir() the
* directory, slurp the filenames into memory, return
* SCP_SINK_DIR (unless this is a wildcard match), and
* set targetisdir. The next time we're called, we will
* run through the list of filenames one by one,
* matching them against a wildcard if present.
*
* If targetisdir is _already_ set (meaning we're
* already in the middle of going through another such
* list), we must push the other (target,namelist) pair
* on a stack.
*/
sftp_register(req = fxp_opendir_send(fname));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
dirhandle = fxp_opendir_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (!dirhandle) {
tell_user(stderr, "scp: unable to open directory %s: %s",
fname, fxp_error());
if (must_free_fname) sfree(fname);
errs++;
return 1;
}
nnames = namesize = 0;
ournames = NULL;
while (1) {
int i;
sftp_register(req = fxp_readdir_send(dirhandle));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
names = fxp_readdir_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (names == NULL) {
if (fxp_error_type() == SSH_FX_EOF)
break;
tell_user(stderr, "scp: reading directory %s: %s\n",
fname, fxp_error());
if (must_free_fname) sfree(fname);
sfree(ournames);
errs++;
return 1;
}
if (names->nnames == 0) {
fxp_free_names(names);
break;
}
if (nnames + names->nnames >= namesize) {
namesize += names->nnames + 128;
ournames = sresize(ournames, namesize, struct fxp_name);
}
for (i = 0; i < names->nnames; i++) {
if (!strcmp(names->names[i].filename, ".") ||
!strcmp(names->names[i].filename, "..")) {
/*
* . and .. are normal consequences of
* reading a directory, and aren't worth
* complaining about.
*/
} else if (!vet_filename(names->names[i].filename)) {
tell_user(stderr, "ignoring potentially dangerous server-"
"supplied filename '%s'\n",
names->names[i].filename);
} else
ournames[nnames++] = names->names[i];
}
names->nnames = 0; /* prevent free_names */
fxp_free_names(names);
}
sftp_register(req = fxp_close_send(dirhandle));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
fxp_close_recv(pktin, rreq);
newitem = snew(struct scp_sftp_dirstack);
newitem->next = scp_sftp_dirstack_head;
newitem->names = ournames;
newitem->namepos = 0;
newitem->namelen = nnames;
if (must_free_fname)
newitem->dirpath = fname;
else
newitem->dirpath = dupstr(fname);
if (scp_sftp_wildcard) {
newitem->wildcard = scp_sftp_wildcard;
newitem->matched_something = 0;
scp_sftp_wildcard = NULL;
} else {
newitem->wildcard = NULL;
}
scp_sftp_dirstack_head = newitem;
if (newitem->wildcard) {
act->action = SCP_SINK_RETRY;
} else {
act->action = SCP_SINK_DIR;
act->buf = dupstr(stripslashes(fname, 0));
act->name = act->buf;
act->size = uint64_make(0,0); /* duhh, it's a directory */
act->mode = 07777 & attrs.permissions;
if (scp_sftp_preserve &&
(attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_ACMODTIME)) {
act->atime = attrs.atime;
act->mtime = attrs.mtime;
act->settime = 1;
} else
act->settime = 0;
}
return 0;
} else {
/*
* It's a file. Return SCP_SINK_FILE.
*/
act->action = SCP_SINK_FILE;
act->buf = dupstr(stripslashes(fname, 0));
act->name = act->buf;
if (attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_SIZE) {
act->size = attrs.size;
} else
act->size = uint64_make(ULONG_MAX,ULONG_MAX); /* no idea */
act->mode = 07777 & attrs.permissions;
if (scp_sftp_preserve &&
(attrs.flags & SSH_FILEXFER_ATTR_ACMODTIME)) {
act->atime = attrs.atime;
act->mtime = attrs.mtime;
act->settime = 1;
} else
act->settime = 0;
if (must_free_fname)
scp_sftp_currentname = fname;
else
scp_sftp_currentname = dupstr(fname);
return 0;
}
} else {
int done = 0;
int i, bufsize;
int action;
char ch;
act->settime = 0;
act->buf = NULL;
bufsize = 0;
while (!done) {
if (ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &ch, 1) <= 0)
return 1;
if (ch == '\n')
bump("Protocol error: Unexpected newline");
i = 0;
action = ch;
do {
if (ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &ch, 1) <= 0)
bump("Lost connection");
if (i >= bufsize) {
bufsize = i + 128;
act->buf = sresize(act->buf, bufsize, char);
}
act->buf[i++] = ch;
} while (ch != '\n');
act->buf[i - 1] = '\0';
switch (action) {
case '\01': /* error */
tell_user(stderr, "%s\n", act->buf);
errs++;
continue; /* go round again */
case '\02': /* fatal error */
bump("%s", act->buf);
case 'E':
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
act->action = SCP_SINK_ENDDIR;
return 0;
case 'T':
if (sscanf(act->buf, "%ld %*d %ld %*d",
&act->mtime, &act->atime) == 2) {
act->settime = 1;
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
continue; /* go round again */
}
bump("Protocol error: Illegal time format");
case 'C':
case 'D':
act->action = (action == 'C' ? SCP_SINK_FILE : SCP_SINK_DIR);
break;
default:
bump("Protocol error: Expected control record");
}
/*
* We will go round this loop only once, unless we hit
* `continue' above.
*/
done = 1;
}
/*
* If we get here, we must have seen SCP_SINK_FILE or
* SCP_SINK_DIR.
*/
{
char sizestr[40];
if (sscanf(act->buf, "%o %s %n", &act->mode, sizestr, &i) != 2)
bump("Protocol error: Illegal file descriptor format");
act->size = uint64_from_decimal(sizestr);
act->name = act->buf + i;
return 0;
}
}
}
int scp_accept_filexfer(void)
{
if (using_sftp) {
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
sftp_register(req = fxp_open_send(scp_sftp_currentname, SSH_FXF_READ));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
scp_sftp_filehandle = fxp_open_recv(pktin, rreq);
if (!scp_sftp_filehandle) {
tell_user(stderr, "pscp: unable to open %s: %s",
scp_sftp_currentname, fxp_error());
errs++;
return 1;
}
scp_sftp_fileoffset = uint64_make(0, 0);
scp_sftp_xfer = xfer_download_init(scp_sftp_filehandle,
scp_sftp_fileoffset);
sfree(scp_sftp_currentname);
return 0;
} else {
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
return 0; /* can't fail */
}
}
int scp_recv_filedata(char *data, int len)
{
if (using_sftp) {
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
int ret, actuallen;
void *vbuf;
xfer_download_queue(scp_sftp_xfer);
pktin = sftp_recv();
ret = xfer_download_gotpkt(scp_sftp_xfer, pktin);
if (ret < 0) {
tell_user(stderr, "pscp: error while reading: %s", fxp_error());
errs++;
return -1;
}
if (xfer_download_data(scp_sftp_xfer, &vbuf, &actuallen)) {
/*
* This assertion relies on the fact that the natural
* block size used in the xfer manager is at most that
* used in this module. I don't like crossing layers in
* this way, but it'll do for now.
*/
assert(actuallen <= len);
memcpy(data, vbuf, actuallen);
sfree(vbuf);
} else
actuallen = 0;
scp_sftp_fileoffset = uint64_add32(scp_sftp_fileoffset, actuallen);
return actuallen;
} else {
return ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) data, len);
}
}
int scp_finish_filerecv(void)
{
if (using_sftp) {
struct sftp_packet *pktin;
struct sftp_request *req, *rreq;
/*
* Ensure that xfer_done() will work correctly, so we can
* clean up any outstanding requests from the file
* transfer.
*/
xfer_set_error(scp_sftp_xfer);
while (!xfer_done(scp_sftp_xfer)) {
void *vbuf;
int len;
pktin = sftp_recv();
xfer_download_gotpkt(scp_sftp_xfer, pktin);
if (xfer_download_data(scp_sftp_xfer, &vbuf, &len))
sfree(vbuf);
}
xfer_cleanup(scp_sftp_xfer);
sftp_register(req = fxp_close_send(scp_sftp_filehandle));
rreq = sftp_find_request(pktin = sftp_recv());
assert(rreq == req);
fxp_close_recv(pktin, rreq);
return 0;
} else {
back->send(backhandle, "", 1);
return response();
}
}
/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Send an error message to the other side and to the screen.
* Increment error counter.
*/
static void run_err(const char *fmt, ...)
{
char *str, *str2;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
errs++;
str = dupvprintf(fmt, ap);
str2 = dupcat("scp: ", str, "\n", NULL);
sfree(str);
scp_send_errmsg(str2);
tell_user(stderr, "%s", str2);
va_end(ap);
sfree(str2);
}
/*
* Execute the source part of the SCP protocol.
*/
static void source(char *src)
{
uint64 size;
unsigned long mtime, atime;
char *last;
RFile *f;
int attr;
uint64 i;
uint64 stat_bytes;
time_t stat_starttime, stat_lasttime;
attr = file_type(src);
if (attr == FILE_TYPE_NONEXISTENT ||
attr == FILE_TYPE_WEIRD) {
run_err("%s: %s file or directory", src,
(attr == FILE_TYPE_WEIRD ? "Not a" : "No such"));
return;
}
if (attr == FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY) {
if (recursive) {
/*
* Avoid . and .. directories.
*/
char *p;
p = strrchr(src, '/');
if (!p)
p = strrchr(src, '\\');
if (!p)
p = src;
else
p++;
if (!strcmp(p, ".") || !strcmp(p, ".."))
/* skip . and .. */ ;
else
rsource(src);
} else {
run_err("%s: not a regular file", src);
}
return;
}
if ((last = strrchr(src, '/')) == NULL)
last = src;
else
last++;
if (strrchr(last, '\\') != NULL)
last = strrchr(last, '\\') + 1;
if (last == src && strchr(src, ':') != NULL)
last = strchr(src, ':') + 1;
f = open_existing_file(src, &size, &mtime, &atime);
if (f == NULL) {
run_err("%s: Cannot open file", src);
return;
}
if (preserve) {
if (scp_send_filetimes(mtime, atime))
return;
}
if (verbose) {
char sizestr[40];
uint64_decimal(size, sizestr);
tell_user(stderr, "Sending file %s, size=%s", last, sizestr);
}
if (scp_send_filename(last, size, 0644))
return;
stat_bytes = uint64_make(0,0);
stat_starttime = time(NULL);
stat_lasttime = 0;
for (i = uint64_make(0,0);
uint64_compare(i,size) < 0;
i = uint64_add32(i,4096)) {
char transbuf[4096];
int j, k = 4096;
if (uint64_compare(uint64_add32(i, k),size) > 0) /* i + k > size */
k = (uint64_subtract(size, i)).lo; /* k = size - i; */
if ((j = read_from_file(f, transbuf, k)) != k) {
if (statistics)
printf("\n");
bump("%s: Read error", src);
}
if (scp_send_filedata(transbuf, k))
bump("%s: Network error occurred", src);
if (statistics) {
stat_bytes = uint64_add32(stat_bytes, k);
if (time(NULL) != stat_lasttime ||
(uint64_compare(uint64_add32(i, k), size) == 0)) {
stat_lasttime = time(NULL);
print_stats(last, size, stat_bytes,
stat_starttime, stat_lasttime);
}
}
}
close_rfile(f);
(void) scp_send_finish();
}
/*
* Recursively send the contents of a directory.
*/
static void rsource(char *src)
{
char *last;
char *save_target;
DirHandle *dir;
if ((last = strrchr(src, '/')) == NULL)
last = src;
else
last++;
if (strrchr(last, '\\') != NULL)
last = strrchr(last, '\\') + 1;
if (last == src && strchr(src, ':') != NULL)
last = strchr(src, ':') + 1;
/* maybe send filetime */
save_target = scp_save_remotepath();
if (verbose)
tell_user(stderr, "Entering directory: %s", last);
if (scp_send_dirname(last, 0755))
return;
dir = open_directory(src);
if (dir != NULL) {
char *filename;
while ((filename = read_filename(dir)) != NULL) {
char *foundfile = dupcat(src, "/", filename, NULL);
source(foundfile);
sfree(foundfile);
sfree(filename);
}
}
close_directory(dir);
(void) scp_send_enddir();
scp_restore_remotepath(save_target);
}
/*
* Execute the sink part of the SCP protocol.
*/
static void sink(char *targ, char *src)
{
char *destfname;
int targisdir = 0;
int exists;
int attr;
WFile *f;
uint64 received;
int wrerror = 0;
uint64 stat_bytes;
time_t stat_starttime, stat_lasttime;
char *stat_name;
attr = file_type(targ);
if (attr == FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY)
targisdir = 1;
if (targetshouldbedirectory && !targisdir)
bump("%s: Not a directory", targ);
scp_sink_init();
while (1) {
struct scp_sink_action act;
if (scp_get_sink_action(&act))
return;
if (act.action == SCP_SINK_ENDDIR)
return;
if (act.action == SCP_SINK_RETRY)
continue;
if (targisdir) {
/*
* Prevent the remote side from maliciously writing to
* files outside the target area by sending a filename
* containing `../'. In fact, it shouldn't be sending
* filenames with any slashes or colons in at all; so
* we'll find the last slash, backslash or colon in the
* filename and use only the part after that. (And
* warn!)
*
* In addition, we also ensure here that if we're
* copying a single file and the target is a directory
* (common usage: `pscp host:filename .') the remote
* can't send us a _different_ file name. We can
* distinguish this case because `src' will be non-NULL
* and the last component of that will fail to match
* (the last component of) the name sent.
*
* Well, not always; if `src' is a wildcard, we do
* expect to get back filenames that don't correspond
* exactly to it. Ideally in this case, we would like
* to ensure that the returned filename actually
* matches the wildcard pattern - but one of SCP's
* protocol infelicities is that wildcard matching is
* done at the server end _by the server's rules_ and
* so in general this is infeasible. Hence, we only
* accept filenames that don't correspond to `src' if
* unsafe mode is enabled or we are using SFTP (which
* resolves remote wildcards on the client side and can
* be trusted).
*/
char *striptarget, *stripsrc;
striptarget = stripslashes(act.name, 1);
if (striptarget != act.name) {
tell_user(stderr, "warning: remote host sent a compound"
" pathname '%s'", act.name);
tell_user(stderr, " renaming local file to '%s'",
striptarget);
}
/*
* Also check to see if the target filename is '.' or
* '..', or indeed '...' and so on because Windows
* appears to interpret those like '..'.
*/
if (is_dots(striptarget)) {
bump("security violation: remote host attempted to write to"
" a '.' or '..' path!");
}
if (src) {
stripsrc = stripslashes(src, 1);
if (strcmp(striptarget, stripsrc) &&
!using_sftp && !scp_unsafe_mode) {
tell_user(stderr, "warning: remote host tried to write "
"to a file called '%s'", striptarget);
tell_user(stderr, " when we requested a file "
"called '%s'.", stripsrc);
tell_user(stderr, " If this is a wildcard, "
"consider upgrading to SSH-2 or using");
tell_user(stderr, " the '-unsafe' option. Renaming"
" of this file has been disallowed.");
/* Override the name the server provided with our own. */
striptarget = stripsrc;
}
}
if (targ[0] != '\0')
destfname = dir_file_cat(targ, striptarget);
else
destfname = dupstr(striptarget);
} else {
/*
* In this branch of the if, the target area is a
* single file with an explicitly specified name in any
* case, so there's no danger.
*/
destfname = dupstr(targ);
}
attr = file_type(destfname);
exists = (attr != FILE_TYPE_NONEXISTENT);
if (act.action == SCP_SINK_DIR) {
if (exists && attr != FILE_TYPE_DIRECTORY) {
run_err("%s: Not a directory", destfname);
continue;
}
if (!exists) {
if (!create_directory(destfname)) {
run_err("%s: Cannot create directory", destfname);
continue;
}
}
sink(destfname, NULL);
/* can we set the timestamp for directories ? */
continue;
}
f = open_new_file(destfname);
if (f == NULL) {
run_err("%s: Cannot create file", destfname);
continue;
}
if (scp_accept_filexfer())
return;
stat_bytes = uint64_make(0, 0);
stat_starttime = time(NULL);
stat_lasttime = 0;
stat_name = stripslashes(destfname, 1);
received = uint64_make(0, 0);
while (uint64_compare(received,act.size) < 0) {
char transbuf[32768];
uint64 blksize;
int read;
blksize = uint64_make(0, 32768);
if (uint64_compare(blksize,uint64_subtract(act.size,received)) > 0)
blksize = uint64_subtract(act.size,received);
read = scp_recv_filedata(transbuf, (int)blksize.lo);
if (read <= 0)
bump("Lost connection");
if (wrerror)
continue;
if (write_to_file(f, transbuf, read) != (int)read) {
wrerror = 1;
/* FIXME: in sftp we can actually abort the transfer */
if (statistics)
printf("\r%-25.25s | %50s\n",
stat_name,
"Write error.. waiting for end of file");
continue;
}
if (statistics) {
stat_bytes = uint64_add32(stat_bytes,read);
if (time(NULL) > stat_lasttime ||
uint64_compare(uint64_add32(received, read), act.size) == 0) {
stat_lasttime = time(NULL);
print_stats(stat_name, act.size, stat_bytes,
stat_starttime, stat_lasttime);
}
}
received = uint64_add32(received, read);
}
if (act.settime) {
set_file_times(f, act.mtime, act.atime);
}
close_wfile(f);
if (wrerror) {
run_err("%s: Write error", destfname);
continue;
}
(void) scp_finish_filerecv();
sfree(destfname);
sfree(act.buf);
}
}
/*
* We will copy local files to a remote server.
*/
static void toremote(int argc, char *argv[])
{
char *src, *targ, *host, *user;
char *cmd;
int i, wc_type;
targ = argv[argc - 1];
/* Separate host from filename */
host = targ;
targ = colon(targ);
if (targ == NULL)
bump("targ == NULL in toremote()");
*targ++ = '\0';
if (*targ == '\0')
targ = ".";
/* Substitute "." for empty target */
/* Separate host and username */
user = host;
host = strrchr(host, '@');
if (host == NULL) {
host = user;
user = NULL;
} else {
*host++ = '\0';
if (*user == '\0')
user = NULL;
}
if (argc == 2) {
if (colon(argv[0]) != NULL)
bump("%s: Remote to remote not supported", argv[0]);
wc_type = test_wildcard(argv[0], 1);
if (wc_type == WCTYPE_NONEXISTENT)
bump("%s: No such file or directory\n", argv[0]);
else if (wc_type == WCTYPE_WILDCARD)
targetshouldbedirectory = 1;
}
cmd = dupprintf("scp%s%s%s%s -t %s",
verbose ? " -v" : "",
recursive ? " -r" : "",
preserve ? " -p" : "",
targetshouldbedirectory ? " -d" : "", targ);
do_cmd(host, user, cmd);
sfree(cmd);
if (scp_source_setup(targ, targetshouldbedirectory))
return;
for (i = 0; i < argc - 1; i++) {
src = argv[i];
if (colon(src) != NULL) {
tell_user(stderr, "%s: Remote to remote not supported\n", src);
errs++;
continue;
}
wc_type = test_wildcard(src, 1);
if (wc_type == WCTYPE_NONEXISTENT) {
run_err("%s: No such file or directory", src);
continue;
} else if (wc_type == WCTYPE_FILENAME) {
source(src);
continue;
} else {
WildcardMatcher *wc;
char *filename;
wc = begin_wildcard_matching(src);
if (wc == NULL) {
run_err("%s: No such file or directory", src);
continue;
}
while ((filename = wildcard_get_filename(wc)) != NULL) {
source(filename);
sfree(filename);
}
finish_wildcard_matching(wc);
}
}
}
/*
* We will copy files from a remote server to the local machine.
*/
static void tolocal(int argc, char *argv[])
{
char *src, *targ, *host, *user;
char *cmd;
if (argc != 2)
bump("More than one remote source not supported");
src = argv[0];
targ = argv[1];
/* Separate host from filename */
host = src;
src = colon(src);
if (src == NULL)
bump("Local to local copy not supported");
*src++ = '\0';
if (*src == '\0')
src = ".";
/* Substitute "." for empty filename */
/* Separate username and hostname */
user = host;
host = strrchr(host, '@');
if (host == NULL) {
host = user;
user = NULL;
} else {
*host++ = '\0';
if (*user == '\0')
user = NULL;
}
cmd = dupprintf("scp%s%s%s%s -f %s",
verbose ? " -v" : "",
recursive ? " -r" : "",
preserve ? " -p" : "",
targetshouldbedirectory ? " -d" : "", src);
do_cmd(host, user, cmd);
sfree(cmd);
if (scp_sink_setup(src, preserve, recursive))
return;
sink(targ, src);
}
/*
* We will issue a list command to get a remote directory.
*/
static void get_dir_list(int argc, char *argv[])
{
char *src, *host, *user;
char *cmd, *p, *q;
char c;
src = argv[0];
/* Separate host from filename */
host = src;
src = colon(src);
if (src == NULL)
bump("Local file listing not supported");
*src++ = '\0';
if (*src == '\0')
src = ".";
/* Substitute "." for empty filename */
/* Separate username and hostname */
user = host;
host = strrchr(host, '@');
if (host == NULL) {
host = user;
user = NULL;
} else {
*host++ = '\0';
if (*user == '\0')
user = NULL;
}
cmd = snewn(4 * strlen(src) + 100, char);
strcpy(cmd, "ls -la '");
p = cmd + strlen(cmd);
for (q = src; *q; q++) {
if (*q == '\'') {
*p++ = '\'';
*p++ = '\\';
*p++ = '\'';
*p++ = '\'';
} else {
*p++ = *q;
}
}
*p++ = '\'';
*p = '\0';
do_cmd(host, user, cmd);
sfree(cmd);
if (using_sftp) {
scp_sftp_listdir(src);
} else {
while (ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &c, 1) > 0)
tell_char(stdout, c);
}
}
/*
* Short description of parameters.
*/
static void usage(void)
{
printf("PuTTY Secure Copy client\n");
printf("%s\n", ver);
printf("Usage: pscp [options] [user@]host:source target\n");
printf
(" pscp [options] source [source...] [user@]host:target\n");
printf(" pscp [options] -ls [user@]host:filespec\n");
printf("Options:\n");
printf(" -V print version information and exit\n");
printf(" -pgpfp print PGP key fingerprints and exit\n");
printf(" -p preserve file attributes\n");
printf(" -q quiet, don't show statistics\n");
printf(" -r copy directories recursively\n");
printf(" -v show verbose messages\n");
printf(" -load sessname Load settings from saved session\n");
printf(" -P port connect to specified port\n");
printf(" -l user connect with specified username\n");
printf(" -pw passw login with specified password\n");
printf(" -1 -2 force use of particular SSH protocol version\n");
printf(" -4 -6 force use of IPv4 or IPv6\n");
printf(" -C enable compression\n");
printf(" -i key private key file for authentication\n");
printf(" -noagent disable use of Pageant\n");
printf(" -agent enable use of Pageant\n");
printf(" -batch disable all interactive prompts\n");
printf(" -unsafe allow server-side wildcards (DANGEROUS)\n");
printf(" -sftp force use of SFTP protocol\n");
printf(" -scp force use of SCP protocol\n");
#if 0
/*
* -gui is an internal option, used by GUI front ends to get
* pscp to pass progress reports back to them. It's not an
* ordinary user-accessible option, so it shouldn't be part of
* the command-line help. The only people who need to know
* about it are programmers, and they can read the source.
*/
printf
(" -gui hWnd GUI mode with the windows handle for receiving messages\n");
#endif
cleanup_exit(1);
}
void version(void)
{
printf("pscp: %s\n", ver);
cleanup_exit(1);
}
void cmdline_error(char *p, ...)
{
va_list ap;
fprintf(stderr, "pscp: ");
va_start(ap, p);
vfprintf(stderr, p, ap);
va_end(ap);
fprintf(stderr, "\n try typing just \"pscp\" for help\n");
exit(1);
}
/*
* Main program. (Called `psftp_main' because it gets called from
* *sftp.c; bit silly, I know, but it had to be called _something_.)
*/
int psftp_main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
int i;
default_protocol = PROT_TELNET;
flags = FLAG_STDERR
#ifdef FLAG_SYNCAGENT
| FLAG_SYNCAGENT
#endif
;
cmdline_tooltype = TOOLTYPE_FILETRANSFER;
sk_init();
/* Load Default Settings before doing anything else. */
do_defaults(NULL, &cfg);
loaded_session = FALSE;
for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
int ret;
if (argv[i][0] != '-')
break;
ret = cmdline_process_param(argv[i], i+1<argc?argv[i+1]:NULL, 1, &cfg);
if (ret == -2) {
cmdline_error("option \"%s\" requires an argument", argv[i]);
} else if (ret == 2) {
i++; /* skip next argument */
} else if (ret == 1) {
/* We have our own verbosity in addition to `flags'. */
if (flags & FLAG_VERBOSE)
verbose = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-pgpfp") == 0) {
pgp_fingerprints();
return 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-r") == 0) {
recursive = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-p") == 0) {
preserve = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-q") == 0) {
statistics = 0;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-h") == 0 || strcmp(argv[i], "-?") == 0) {
usage();
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-V") == 0) {
version();
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-ls") == 0) {
list = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-batch") == 0) {
console_batch_mode = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-unsafe") == 0) {
scp_unsafe_mode = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-sftp") == 0) {
try_scp = 0; try_sftp = 1;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-scp") == 0) {
try_scp = 1; try_sftp = 0;
} else if (strcmp(argv[i], "--") == 0) {
i++;
break;
} else {
cmdline_error("unknown option \"%s\"", argv[i]);
}
}
argc -= i;
argv += i;
back = NULL;
if (list) {
if (argc != 1)
usage();
get_dir_list(argc, argv);
} else {
if (argc < 2)
usage();
if (argc > 2)
targetshouldbedirectory = 1;
if (colon(argv[argc - 1]) != NULL)
toremote(argc, argv);
else
tolocal(argc, argv);
}
if (back != NULL && back->connected(backhandle)) {
char ch;
back->special(backhandle, TS_EOF);
ssh_scp_recv((unsigned char *) &ch, 1);
}
random_save_seed();
cmdline_cleanup();
console_provide_logctx(NULL);
back->free(backhandle);
backhandle = NULL;
back = NULL;
sk_cleanup();
return (errs == 0 ? 0 : 1);
}
/* end */
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