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security: fix remote code execution vulnerability in twikidraw/anywikidraw actions We have wikiutil.taintfilename() to make user supplied filenames safe, so that they can't contain any "special" characters like path separators, etc. It is used at many places in moin, but wasn't used here. :|
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Sat, 29 Dec 2012 15:05:29 +0100
parents 5b3c8d341dfa
children 848ed9299ad8
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - email helper functions

    @copyright: 2003 Juergen Hermann <>,
                2008-2009 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

import os, re
from email.Header import Header

from MoinMoin import log
logging = log.getLogger(__name__)

from MoinMoin import config

_transdict = {"AT": "@", "DOT": ".", "DASH": "-"}

def encodeAddress(address, charset):
    """ Encode email address to enable non ascii names

    e.g. '"Jürgen Hermann" <>'. According to the RFC, the name
    part should be encoded, the address should not.

    @param address: email address, possibly using '"name" <address>' format
    @type address: unicode
    @param charset: specifying both the charset and the encoding, e.g
                    quoted printable or base64.
    @type charset: email.Charset.Charset instance
    @rtype: string
    @return: encoded address
    assert isinstance(address, unicode)
    composite = re.compile(r'(?P<phrase>.*?)(?P<blanks>\s*)\<(?P<addr>.*)\>', re.UNICODE)
    match = composite.match(address)
    if match:
        phrase ='phrase')
            str(phrase)  # is it pure ascii?
        except UnicodeEncodeError:
            phrase = phrase.encode(config.charset)
            phrase = Header(phrase, charset)
        blanks ='blanks')
        addr ='addr')
        if phrase:
            return "%s%s<%s>" % (str(phrase), str(blanks), str(addr))
            return str(addr)
        # a pure email address, should encode to ascii without problem
        return str(address)

def sendmail(request, to, subject, text, mail_from=None):
    """ Create and send a text/plain message

    Return a tuple of success or error indicator and message.

    @param request: the request object
    @param to: recipients (list)
    @param subject: subject of email (unicode)
    @param text: email body text (unicode)
    @param mail_from: override default mail_from
    @type mail_from: unicode
    @rtype: tuple
    @return: (is_ok, Description of error or OK message)
    import smtplib, socket
    from email.Message import Message
    from email.Charset import Charset, QP
    from email.Utils import formatdate, make_msgid

    _ = request.getText
    cfg = request.cfg
    mail_from = mail_from or cfg.mail_from

    logging.debug("send mail, from: %r, subj: %r" % (mail_from, subject))
    logging.debug("send mail, to: %r" % (to, ))

    if not to:
        return (1, _("No recipients, nothing to do"))

    subject = subject.encode(config.charset)

    # Create a text/plain body using CRLF (see RFC2822)
    text = text.replace(u'\n', u'\r\n')
    text = text.encode(config.charset)

    # Create a message using config.charset and quoted printable
    # encoding, which should be supported better by mail clients.
    # TODO: check if its really works better for major mail clients
    msg = Message()
    charset = Charset(config.charset)
    charset.header_encoding = QP
    charset.body_encoding = QP

    # work around a bug in python 2.4.3 and above:
    if msg.as_string().endswith('='):
        text = charset.body_encode(text)


    # Create message headers
    # Don't expose emails addreses of the other subscribers, instead we
    # use the same mail_from, e.g. u"Jürgen Wiki <>"
    address = encodeAddress(mail_from, charset)
    msg['From'] = address
    msg['To'] = address
    msg['Date'] = formatdate()
    msg['Message-ID'] = make_msgid()
    msg['Subject'] = Header(subject, charset)
    # See RFC 3834 section 5:
    msg['Auto-Submitted'] = 'auto-generated'

    if cfg.mail_sendmail:
        # Set the BCC.  This will be stripped later by sendmail.
        msg['BCC'] = ','.join(to)
        # Set Return-Path so that it isn't set (generally incorrectly) for us.
        msg['Return-Path'] = address

    # Send the message
    if not cfg.mail_sendmail:
            logging.debug("trying to send mail (smtp) via smtp server '%s'" % cfg.mail_smarthost)
            host, port = (cfg.mail_smarthost + ':25').split(':')[:2]
            server = smtplib.SMTP(host, int(port))
                if cfg.mail_login:
                    user, pwd = cfg.mail_login.split()
                    try: # try to do tls
                        if server.has_extn('starttls'):
                            logging.debug("tls connection to smtp server established")
                        logging.debug("could not establish a tls connection to smtp server, continuing without tls")
                    logging.debug("trying to log in to smtp server using account '%s'" % user)
                    server.login(user, pwd)
                server.sendmail(mail_from, to, msg.as_string())
                except AttributeError:
                    # in case the connection failed, SMTP has no "sock" attribute
        except smtplib.SMTPException, e:
            logging.exception("smtp mail failed with an exception.")
            return (0, str(e))
        except (os.error, socket.error), e:
            logging.exception("smtp mail failed with an exception.")
            return (0, _("Connection to mailserver '%(server)s' failed: %(reason)s") % {
                'server': cfg.mail_smarthost,
                'reason': str(e)
            logging.debug("trying to send mail (sendmail)")
            sendmailp = os.popen(cfg.mail_sendmail, "w")
            # msg contains everything we need, so this is a simple write
            sendmail_status = sendmailp.close()
            if sendmail_status:
                logging.error("sendmail failed with status: %s" % str(sendmail_status))
                return (0, str(sendmail_status))
            logging.exception("sendmail failed with an exception.")
            return (0, _("Mail not sent"))

    logging.debug("Mail sent OK")
    return (1, _("Mail sent OK"))

def encodeSpamSafeEmail(email_address, obfuscation_text=''):
    """ Encodes a standard email address to an obfuscated address
    @param email_address: mail address to encode.
                          Known characters and their all-uppercase words translation:
                          "." -> " DOT "
                          "@" -> " AT "
                          "-" -> " DASH "
    @param obfuscation_text: optional text to obfuscate the email.
                             All characters in the string must be alphabetic
                             and they will be added in uppercase.
    address = email_address.lower()
    # uppercase letters will be stripped by decodeSpamSafeEmail
    for word, sign in _transdict.items():
        address = address.replace(sign, ' %s ' % word)
    if obfuscation_text.isalpha():
        # is the obfuscation_text alphabetic
        address = address.replace(' AT ', ' AT %s ' % obfuscation_text.upper())

    return address

def decodeSpamSafeEmail(address):
    """ Decode obfuscated email address to standard email address

    Decode a spam-safe email address in `address` by applying the
    following rules:

    Known all-uppercase words and their translation:
        "DOT"   -> "."
        "AT"    -> "@"
        "DASH"  -> "-"

    Any unknown all-uppercase words or an uppercase letter simply get stripped.
    Use that to make it even harder for spam bots!

    Blanks (spaces) simply get stripped.

    @param address: obfuscated email address string
    @rtype: string
    @return: decoded email address
    email = []

    # words are separated by blanks
    for word in address.split():
        # is it all-uppercase?
        if word.isalpha() and word == word.upper():
            # strip unknown CAPS words
            word = _transdict.get(word, '')

    # return concatenated parts
    return ''.join(email)