[Dovecot] Bug in driver-mysql.c + fix
tss at iki.fi
Sat Mar 13 23:50:15 EET 2010
On Wed, 2010-03-10 at 17:03 +0000, Alain Williams wrote:
> > The problem with doing that is that 1) it's not normally necessary and
> > more importantly 2) doing that makes any potential SQL injection
> > security holes a lot easier to exploit. So I'm not all that eager in
> > adding such code, especially if it can be worked around another way..
> CLIENT_MULTI_STATEMENTS allows multiple statements in one call (you separate by ',').
> CLIENT_MULTI_RESULTS does not imply CLIENT_MULTI_STATEMENTS.
> Is this what you were concerned about ?
Yeah, I mixed up MULTI_STATEMENTS and MULTI_RESULTS. So I can enable the
MULTI_RESULTS I guess..
I committed your patch, but with some changes. In error conditions it
would have leaked memory.
> That is not how I store passwords - I keep them as DIGEST-MD5, this is:
> So I want %o to be that value. Squirrelmail should be able to deduce that from
> the line in the dovecot-sql.conf:
Well, yeah.. That would be possible to implement. But not a very good
idea to waste everyone's CPU by calculating that checksum for each
lookup, when you're the only one using it. So it should be a var-expand
modified instead of variable, so you could then use e.g. %Sw that
expands to %w through default_pass_scheme (and only when it's used).
The problem is, var-expand code doesn't currently support adding more
modifiers. So its API would need to be changed.
> I am trying to find a definition of the API to plugins, ...
There are many kinds of plugins, but none really seem to fit what you
wanted to do below.
> if the SQL stored procedure can return arbitrary variables that can then be used
> by PHP plugins then I can do things like issuing a warning about the password
> about to expire, number of failed login attempts since the last success, ...
> Ie all sorts of things that the authentication stored procedures could store
> and manage.
One possibility would be to return 'reason' string from password_query
for failures, which contains all of the information you want to know.
And if you don't want it to be visible to non-webmail clients, you could
return it only when '%r'='127.0.0.1'.
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