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author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Tue, 06 Sep 2016 04:39:28 +0200
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"""passlib.exc -- exceptions & warnings raised by passlib"""
# exceptions
class MissingBackendError(RuntimeError):
    """Error raised if multi-backend handler has no available backends;
    or if specifically requested backend is not available.

    :exc:`!MissingBackendError` derives
    from :exc:`RuntimeError`, since it usually indicates
    lack of an external library or OS feature.
    This is primarily raised by handlers which depend on
    external libraries (which is currently just

class PasswordSizeError(ValueError):
    """Error raised if a password exceeds the maximum size allowed
    by Passlib (4096 characters).

    Many password hash algorithms take proportionately larger amounts of time and/or
    memory depending on the size of the password provided. This could present
    a potential denial of service (DOS) situation if a maliciously large
    password is provided to an application. Because of this, Passlib enforces
    a maximum size limit, but one which should be *much* larger
    than any legitimate password. :exc:`!PasswordSizeError` derives
    from :exc:`!ValueError`.

    .. note::
        Applications wishing to use a different limit should set the
        ``PASSLIB_MAX_PASSWORD_SIZE`` environmental variable before
        Passlib is loaded. The value can be any large positive integer.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6
    def __init__(self):
        ValueError.__init__(self, "password exceeds maximum allowed size")

    # this also prevents a glibc crypt segfault issue, detailed here ...

class PasslibSecurityError(RuntimeError):
    Error raised if critical security issue is detected
    (e.g. an attempt is made to use a vulnerable version of a bcrypt backend).

    .. versionadded:: 1.6.3

# warnings
class PasslibWarning(UserWarning):
    """base class for Passlib's user warnings,
    derives from the builtin :exc:`UserWarning`.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6

class PasslibConfigWarning(PasslibWarning):
    """Warning issued when non-fatal issue is found related to the configuration
    of a :class:`~passlib.context.CryptContext` instance.

    This occurs primarily in one of two cases:

    * The CryptContext contains rounds limits which exceed the hard limits
      imposed by the underlying algorithm.
    * An explicit rounds value was provided which exceeds the limits
      imposed by the CryptContext.

    In both of these cases, the code will perform correctly & securely;
    but the warning is issued as a sign the configuration may need updating.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6

class PasslibHashWarning(PasslibWarning):
    """Warning issued when non-fatal issue is found with parameters
    or hash string passed to a passlib hash class.

    This occurs primarily in one of two cases:

    * A rounds value or other setting was explicitly provided which
      exceeded the handler's limits (and has been clamped
      by the :ref:`relaxed<relaxed-keyword>` flag).

    * A malformed hash string was encountered which (while parsable)
      should be re-encoded.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6

class PasslibRuntimeWarning(PasslibWarning):
    """Warning issued when something unexpected happens during runtime.

    The fact that it's a warning instead of an error means Passlib
    was able to correct for the issue, but that it's anomalous enough
    that the developers would love to hear under what conditions it occurred.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6

class PasslibSecurityWarning(PasslibWarning):
    """Special warning issued when Passlib encounters something
    that might affect security.

    .. versionadded:: 1.6

# error constructors
# note: these functions are used by the hashes in Passlib to raise common
# error messages. They are currently just functions which return ValueError,
# rather than subclasses of ValueError, since the specificity isn't needed
# yet; and who wants to import a bunch of error classes when catching
# ValueError will do?

def _get_name(handler):
    return if handler else "<unnamed>"

# generic helpers
def type_name(value):
    """return pretty-printed string containing name of value's type"""
    cls = value.__class__
    if cls.__module__ and cls.__module__ not in ["__builtin__", "builtins"]:
        return "%s.%s" % (cls.__module__, cls.__name__)
    elif value is None:
        return 'None'
        return cls.__name__

def ExpectedTypeError(value, expected, param):
    """error message when param was supposed to be one type, but found another"""
    # NOTE: value is never displayed, since it may sometimes be a password.
    name = type_name(value)
    return TypeError("%s must be %s, not %s" % (param, expected, name))

def ExpectedStringError(value, param):
    """error message when param was supposed to be unicode or bytes"""
    return ExpectedTypeError(value, "unicode or bytes", param)

# encrypt/verify parameter errors
def MissingDigestError(handler=None):
    """raised when verify() method gets passed config string instead of hash"""
    name = _get_name(handler)
    return ValueError("expected %s hash, got %s config string instead" %
                     (name, name))

def NullPasswordError(handler=None):
    """raised by OS crypt() supporting hashes, which forbid NULLs in password"""
    name = _get_name(handler)
    return ValueError("%s does not allow NULL bytes in password" % name)

# errors when parsing hashes
def InvalidHashError(handler=None):
    """error raised if unrecognized hash provided to handler"""
    return ValueError("not a valid %s hash" % _get_name(handler))

def MalformedHashError(handler=None, reason=None):
    """error raised if recognized-but-malformed hash provided to handler"""
    text = "malformed %s hash" % _get_name(handler)
    if reason:
        text = "%s (%s)" % (text, reason)
    return ValueError(text)

def ZeroPaddedRoundsError(handler=None):
    """error raised if hash was recognized but contained zero-padded rounds field"""
    return MalformedHashError(handler, "zero-padded rounds")

# settings / hash component errors
def ChecksumSizeError(handler, raw=False):
    """error raised if hash was recognized, but checksum was wrong size"""
    # TODO: if handler.use_defaults is set, this came from app-provided value,
    # not from parsing a hash string, might want different error msg.
    checksum_size = handler.checksum_size
    unit = "bytes" if raw else "chars"
    reason = "checksum must be exactly %d %s" % (checksum_size, unit)
    return MalformedHashError(handler, reason)

# eof