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#!/bin/sh
#
# Copyright (c) 2006 - 2008 Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan
# (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden). 
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# LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY 
# OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF 
# SUCH DAMAGE. 
#
# $Id$
#

srcdir="@srcdir@"
objdir="@objdir@"

# If there is no useful db support compile in, disable test
../db/have-db || exit 77

R=TEST.H5L.SE

port=@port@

keytabfile=${objdir}/server.keytab
keytab="FILE:${keytabfile}"
nokeytab="FILE:no-such-keytab"
cache="FILE:krb5ccfile"

kinit="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../kuser/kinit -c $cache ${afs_no_afslog}"
klist="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../kuser/klist -c $cache"
kgetcred="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../kuser/kgetcred -c $cache"
kadmin="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../kadmin/kadmin -l -r $R"
kdc="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../kdc/kdc --addresses=localhost -P $port"
ktutil="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../admin/ktutil"

context="${TESTS_ENVIRONMENT} ../../lib/gssapi/test_context"

KRB5_CONFIG="${objdir}/krb5.conf"
export KRB5_CONFIG

KRB5CCNAME=${cache}
export KRB5CCNAME

rm -f ${keytabfile}
rm -f current-db*
rm -f out-*
rm -f mkey.file*

> messages.log

echo Creating database
${kadmin} \
    init \
    --realm-max-ticket-life=1day \
    --realm-max-renewable-life=1month \
    ${R} || exit 1

# add both lucid and lucid.test.h5l.se to simulate aliases
${kadmin} add -p p1 --use-defaults host/lucid.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} ext -k ${keytab} host/lucid.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} add -p p1 --use-defaults host/lucid@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} ext -k ${keytab} host/lucid@${R} || exit 1

${kadmin} add -p p1 --use-defaults host/ok-delegate.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} mod --attributes=+ok-as-delegate host/ok-delegate.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} ext -k ${keytab} host/ok-delegate.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1


${kadmin} add -p p1 --use-defaults host/short@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} mod --alias=host/long.test.h5l.se@${R} host/short@${R} || exit 1
# XXX ext should ext aliases too
${kadmin} ext -k ${keytab} host/short@${R} || exit 1
${ktutil} -k ${keytab} rename --no-delete host/short@${R} host/long.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1

${kadmin} add -p kaka --use-defaults digest/${R}@${R} || exit 1

${kadmin} add -p u1 --use-defaults user1@${R} || exit 1

# Create a server principal with no AES
${kadmin} add -p p1 --use-defaults host/no-aes.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1
${kadmin} get host/no-aes.test.h5l.se@${R} > tempfile || exit 1
${kadmin} del_enctype host/no-aes.test.h5l.se@${R} \
    aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96 aes128-cts-hmac-sha1-96 || exit 1
${kadmin} ext -k ${keytab} host/no-aes.test.h5l.se@${R} || exit 1

echo "Doing database check"
${kadmin} check ${R} || exit 1

echo u1 > ${objdir}/foopassword

echo Starting kdc
${kdc} &
kdcpid=$!

sh ${srcdir}/../kdc/wait-kdc.sh
if [ "$?" != 0 ] ; then
    kill ${kdcpid}
    exit 1
fi

trap "kill ${kdcpid}; echo signal killing kdc; exit 1;" EXIT

testfailed="echo test failed; cat messages.log; exit 1"

echo "Getting client initial tickets" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword --forwardable user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "======test unreadable/non existant keytab and its error message" ; > messages.log
${context} --mech-type=krb5 host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

mv ${keytabfile} ${keytabfile}.no

echo "checking non existant keytabfile (krb5)" ; > messages.log
${context} --mech-type=krb5 host@lucid.test.h5l.se  > test_context.log 2>&1 && \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
grep ${keytabfile} test_context.log > /dev/null || \
	{ echo "string missing failed"; cat test_context.log ; eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "checking non existant keytabfile (spengo)" ; > messages.log
${context} --mech-type=spnego host@lucid.test.h5l.se > test_context.log 2>&1 && \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
grep ${keytabfile} test_context.log > /dev/null || \
	{ echo "string missing failed"; cat test_context.log ; eval "$testfailed"; }

mv ${keytabfile}.no ${keytabfile}

echo "======test naming combinations"
echo "plain"  ; > messages.log
${context} --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "plain (krb5)" ; > messages.log
${context} --name-type=krb5-principal-name host/lucid.test.h5l.se@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "plain (krb5 realmless)" ; > messages.log
${context} --name-type=krb5-principal-name host/lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "dns canon on (long name) OFF, need dns_wrapper" ; > messages.log
#${context} --dns-canon host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
#	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "dns canon off (long name)" ; > messages.log
${context} --no-dns-canon host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "dns canon off (short name)" ; > messages.log
${context} --no-dns-canon host@lucid || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "dns canon off (short name, krb5)" ; > messages.log
${context}  --no-dns-canon --name-type=krb5-principal-name host/lucid@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
echo "dns canon off (short name, krb5)" ; > messages.log
${context}  --no-dns-canon --name-type=krb5-principal-name host/lucid || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "======test context building"
for mech in krb5 krb5iov spnego spnegoiov; do
	if [ "$mech" = "krb5iov" ] ; then
	    mech="krb5"
	    iov="--iov"
	fi
	if [ "$mech" = "spnegoiov" ] ; then
	    mech="spnego"
	    iov="--iov"
	fi

	echo "${mech} no-mutual ${iov}" ; > messages.log
	${context} --mech-type=${mech} \
	    --wrapunwrap ${iov} \
	    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }

	echo "${mech} mutual ${iov}" ; > messages.log
	${context} --mech-type=${mech} \
	    --mutual \
	    --wrapunwrap ${iov} \
	    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }

	echo "${mech} delegate ${iov}" ; > messages.log
	${context} --mech-type=${mech} \
	    --delegate \
	    --wrapunwrap ${iov} \
	    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }

	echo "${mech} mutual delegate ${iov}" ; > messages.log
	${context} --mech-type=${mech} \
	    --mutual --delegate \
	    --wrapunwrap ${iov} \
	    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }
done

echo "======dce-style"
for mech in krb5 krb5iov spnego; do
	iov=""
	if [ "$mech" = "krb5iov" ] ; then
	    mech="krb5"
	    iov="--iov"
	fi
	if [ "$mech" = "spnegoiov" ] ; then
	    mech="spnego"
	    iov="--iov"
	fi

	echo "${mech}: dce-style ${iov}" ; > messages.log
	${context} \
	    --mech-type=${mech} \
	    --mutual \
	    --dce-style \
	    --wrapunwrap ${iov} \
	    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	    { eval "$testfailed"; }

done

echo "test gsskrb5_register_acceptor_identity (both positive and negative)"

cp ${keytabfile} ${keytabfile}.new
for mech in krb5 spnego; do
	echo "${mech}: acceptor_identity positive" ; > messages.log
	${context} --gsskrb5-acceptor-identity=${keytabfile}.new \
		--mech-type=$mech host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }

	echo "${mech}: acceptor_identity positive (prefix)" ; > messages.log
	${context} --gsskrb5-acceptor-identity=FILE:${keytabfile}.new \
		--mech-type=$mech host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }

	echo "${mech}: acceptor_identity negative" ; > messages.log
	${context} --gsskrb5-acceptor-identity=${keytabfile}.foo \
		--mech-type=$mech host@lucid.test.h5l.se 2>/dev/null && \
		{ eval "$testfailed"; }
done

rm ${keytabfile}.new


#echo "sasl-digest-md5"
#${context}  --mech-type=sasl-digest-md5 \
#    --name-type=hostbased-service \
#    host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
#	{ eval "$testfailed"; }


echo "====== gss-api session key check"

# this will break when oneone invents a cooler enctype then aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96
coolenctype="aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96"
limit_enctype="des3-cbc-sha1"

echo "Getting client initial tickets" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }


echo "Building context on cred w/o aes, but still ${coolenctype} session key" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --mutual-auth \
    --session-enctype=${coolenctype} \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@no-aes.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Building context on cred, check if its limited still" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --client-name=user1@${R} \
    --limit-enctype="${limit_enctype}" \
    --mutual-auth \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@no-aes.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }


echo "====== ok-as-delegate"

echo "Getting client initial tickets" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --forwardable \
    --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "ok-as-delegate not used" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --delegate \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "host without ok-as-delegate with policy-delegate" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --policy-delegate \
    --server-no-delegate \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "ok-as-delegate used by policy" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --policy-delegate \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@ok-delegate.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Getting client initial tickets with --ok-as-delgate" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --ok-as-delegate  --forwardable \
    --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "policy delegate to non delegate host" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --policy-delegate \
    --server-no-delegate \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "ok-as-delegate" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --delegate \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "======export/import cred"

echo "export-import cred (krb5)" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --delegate \
    --export-import-cred \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@ok-delegate.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "export-import cred (spnego)" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=spnego \
    --delegate \
    --export-import-cred \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@ok-delegate.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }


echo "======time diffs between client and server"

echo "Getting client initial ticket" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "No time offset" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Getting client initial ticket" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Server time offset" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --mutual-auth \
    --server-time-offset=3600 \
    --max-loops=3 \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Server time offset (cached ?)" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --mutual-auth \
    --server-time-offset=3600 \
    --max-loops=2 \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Getting client initial ticket" ; > messages.log
${kinit} --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }
# Pre-poplute the cache since tgs-req will fail since our time is wrong
${kgetcred} host/lucid.test.h5l.se@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Client time offset" ; > messages.log
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --mutual-auth \
    --client-time-offset=3600 \
    --name-type=hostbased-service host@lucid.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

echo "Getting client initial tickets (use-referrals)" ; > messages.log
${kinit} \
    --password-file=${objdir}/foopassword \
    --use-referrals user1@${R} || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

# XXX these tests really need to use somethat that resolve to something
${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    host@short || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --name-type=krb5-principal-name host/short || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    host@long.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

${context} \
    --mech-type=krb5 \
    --name-type=krb5-principal-name \
    host/long.test.h5l.se || \
	{ eval "$testfailed"; }

trap "" EXIT

echo "killing kdc (${kdcpid})"
kill ${kdcpid} 2> /dev/null

exit 0