|author||Ian Eure <email@example.com>||2019-01-10 14:36:37 -0800|
|committer||Svend Sorensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-04-05 19:29:28 -0700|
|parent||clip: Add support for wl-clipboard (diff)|
emacs: Supprt asynchronous pass operations which return output.
When using EXWM, if `password-store-get` is called and a pinentry program needs to be executed, Emacs deadlocks. This happens becuase Emacs blocks waiting for output from `gpg(1)`, which is blocked waiting for output from the pinentry-program, which is blocked waiting for Emacs to manage its window. This updates `password-store-copy` to work asynchronously. This should be fine, since its primary purpose is side-effecting, and it doesn’t matter when its evaluation completes. The ability to call `password-store-get` asynchronously with a callback has also been added to support this usecase. A new function has been added for general cases of async `pass` commands where the output is needed, `password-store--run-1`. While there is an existing `password-store--run-async`, it discards output -- it’s only used for `pass edit`, where it’s not needed. The body of `password-store--run` has been replacing it with one that uses `--run-1` and a wait loop which blocks until it’s complete. Supporting all this necessitated moving the file to lexical binding and dropping Emacs 24 support. The latter requirement could be worked around if there are concerns around it. **SECURITY INTERLUDE** I was unbelievably distressed to discover that the implementation of `password-store--run` redirects the decrypted file contents to disk, reads that into a buffer, then removes the file. This approach is preposterous and may warrant a CVE, as it exposes users to numerous conditions where their cleartext passwords could be recovered: - If the user hits C-g, the Emacs function may not get to the point of removing the file, leaving the password on disk. - It’s not a safe assumption that `make-temp-file` is secure, and even if it were, the time windows in play are likely to be very large, opening race conditions where the file contents can be read by an attacker before the file is removed. - Even if the file is removed, it could be recovered by examining the contents of deleted inodes. Information this sensitive should NEVER be persisted in cleartext in non-volatile storage. You may as well write it on a post-it and stick it on your monitor. re NicolasPetton/pass#25
Diffstat (limited to '')
1 files changed, 53 insertions, 30 deletions
diff --git a/contrib/emacs/password-store.el b/contrib/emacs/password-store.el
index 10d4f30..abdf754 100644
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
-;;; password-store.el --- Password store (pass) support
+;;; password-store.el --- Password store (pass) support -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
;; Copyright (C) 2014-2018 Svend Sorensen <email@example.com>
;; Author: Svend Sorensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;; Version: 1.0.2
;; URL: https://www.passwordstore.org/
-;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "24") (f "0.11.0") (s "1.9.0") (with-editor "2.5.11"))
+;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "25") (f "0.11.0") (s "1.9.0") (with-editor "2.5.11"))
;; Keywords: tools pass password password-store
;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.
@@ -59,30 +59,44 @@
(string-to-number (getenv "PASSWORD_STORE_CLIP_TIME"))
+(defun password-store--run-1 (callback &rest args)
+ "Run pass with ARGS.
+Nil arguments are ignored. Calls CALLBACK with the output on success,
+or outputs error message on failure."
+ (let ((output ""))
+ :name "password-store-gpg"
+ :command (cons password-store-executable args)
+ :connection-type 'pipe
+ :noquery t
+ :filter (lambda (process text)
+ (setq output (concat output text)))
+ :sentinel (lambda (process state)
+ ((string= state "finished\n")
+ (funcall callback output))
+ ((string= state "open\n") (accept-process-output process))
+ (t (error (concat "password-store: " state))))))))
(defun password-store--run (&rest args)
"Run pass with ARGS.
Nil arguments are ignored. Returns the output on success, or
outputs error message on failure."
- (let* ((tempfile (make-temp-file ""))
- (apply 'call-process
- (list password-store-executable nil (list t tempfile) nil)
- (delq nil args)))))
- (unless (zerop exit-code)
- (insert-file-contents tempfile))
- (delete-file tempfile)
- (if (zerop exit-code)
- (s-chomp (buffer-string))
- (error (s-chomp (buffer-string)))))))
+ (let ((output nil)
+ (slept-for 0))
+ (apply #'password-store--run-1 (lambda (password)
+ (setq output password))
+ (while (not output)
+ (sleep-for .1))
(defun password-store--run-async (&rest args)
"Run pass asynchronously with ARGS.
-Nil arguments are ignored."
+Nil arguments are ignored. Output is discarded."
(let ((args (mapcar #'shell-quote-argument args)))
@@ -103,9 +117,10 @@ Nil arguments are ignored."
(defun password-store--run-find (&optional string)
(error "Not implemented"))
-(defun password-store--run-show (entry)
- (password-store--run "show"
+(defun password-store--run-show (entry &optional callback)
+ (if callback
+ (password-store--run-1 callback "show" entry)
+ (password-store--run "show" entry)))
(defun password-store--run-insert (entry password &optional force)
(error "Not implemented"))
@@ -181,11 +196,17 @@ Nil arguments are ignored."
-(defun password-store-get (entry)
+(defun password-store-get (entry &optional callback)
"Return password for ENTRY.
-Returns the first line of the password data."
- (car (s-lines (password-store--run-show entry))))
+Returns the first line of the password data.
+When CALLBACK is non-`NIL', call CALLBACK with the first line instead."
+ (if callback
+ (lambda (password)
+ (funcall callback (car (s-lines password)))))
+ (car (s-lines (password-store--run-show entry)))))
(defun password-store-clear ()
@@ -207,13 +228,15 @@ Clear previous password from kill ring. Pointer to kill ring is
stored in `password-store-kill-ring-pointer'. Password is cleared
after `password-store-timeout' seconds."
(interactive (list (password-store--completing-read)))
- (let ((password (password-store-get entry)))
- (kill-new password)
- (setq password-store-kill-ring-pointer kill-ring-yank-pointer)
- (message "Copied %s to the kill ring. Will clear in %s seconds." entry (password-store-timeout))
- (setq password-store-timeout-timer
- (run-at-time (password-store-timeout) nil 'password-store-clear))))
+ (lambda (password)
+ (kill-new password)
+ (setq password-store-kill-ring-pointer kill-ring-yank-pointer)
+ (message "Copied %s to the kill ring. Will clear in %s seconds." entry (password-store-timeout))
+ (setq password-store-timeout-timer
+ (run-at-time (password-store-timeout) nil 'password-store-clear)))))
(defun password-store-init (gpg-id)