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StoredSafe API ruby wrapper

Transparent Ruby wrapper for the StoredSafe REST-like API. (See full docs here).

Full documentation of the API response signatures and more advanced paramters can be found at the StoredSafe API Documentation.

Install

Install from rubygems gem install storedsafe

Add to Gemfile gem 'storedsafe', '~> 1.0.0'

Alternatively, if you whish to install the gem manually, you can clone this repo and build the gem yourself.

git clone https://github.com/storedsafe/storedsafe-ruby
cd storedsafe-ruby
gem build storedsafe.gemspec
gem install storedsafe-1.0.0.gem

Usage

require 'storedsafe'
api = StoredSafe.configure do |config|
  config.host = 'my.site.com'
  config.apikey = 'my-api-key'
end

# Auth
api.login_totp(username, passphrase, otp)
api.login_yubikey(username, passphrase, otp)
api.logout()
api.check()

# Vaults
api.list_vaults()
api.vault_objects(vault_id)
api.vault_members(vault_id)
api.add_vault_member(vault_id, user_id, status)
api.edit_vault_member(vault_id, user_id, status)
api.remove_vault_member(vault_id, user_id)
api.create_vault(**args) # See parameters in API documentation
api.edit_vault(vault_id, **args)
api.delete_vault(vault_id)

# Objects
api.get_object(object_id) # String or integer
api.get_object(object_id, include_children) # children False by default
api.decrypt_object(object_id)
api.create_object(**args)
api.edit_object(object_id, **args)
api.delete_object(object_id)

# Users
api.list_users() # List all users
api.list_users(user_id) # List specific user
api.list_users(search_string) # Search for any user matching search_string
api.create_user(**args)
api.edit_user(user_id, **args)
api.delete_user(user_id)

# Utils
api.status_values()
api.password_policies()
api.version()
api.generate_password() # Use vault policy
api.generate_password(**args)

Examples

Generate password

res = api.generate_password(type: 'diceword', words: 6, delimiter: '_')
password = res['CALLINFO']['passphrase']

Configuration

Configuration can be done in a few different ways. Other than the manual configuration, external configuration sources can be applied through the config_sources array. This array contains Ruby Hashes with the fields that should be applied to the StoredSafe::Config::Configurable instance. By default fetch configurations through the StoredSafe::Config::RcReader and StoredSafe::Config::EnvReader.

The order of priority between these different configuration sources are:

  1. Manual Configuration
  2. Built-in defaults
  3. Elements in the config_sources array in order of appearance

The RcReader will extract a configuration hash from a file (default is ~/.storedsafe-client.rc) which is generated by the StoredSafe Tokenhandler.

The EnvReader will extract a configuration hash from environment variables. By default these variables are STOREDSAFE_SERVER, STOREDSAFE_TOKEN, STOREDSAFE_CABUNDLE and STOREDSAFE_SKIP_VERIFY.

To disable all external configuration sources such as the rc-file and environment vairables, set the config_sources option to an empty array.

api = StoredSafe.configure do |config|
  config.config_sources = []
  ...
end

If you want to add your own configurations, simply add them to the config_sources array.

def fetch_password(options, obj_id)
  api = StoredSafe.configure do |config|
    config.config_sources = [
      options,
      StoredSafe::Config::RcReader.parse_file('/path/to/.storedsafe-client.rc'),
    ]
  end
  res = api.decrypt_object(obj_id)
  res['OBJECT'][0]['crypted']['password']
end

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