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Identify with SASL

Identify through SASL using the convenient ib3 mixins, and
get rid of a bunch of special-case code in the process.

This helps when dealing with channels set to require identified
users, as otherwise channel joins will race NickServ's processing of
the identify message and some channels will end up not serviced by
the bot (an alternative would be to delay joining channels until the
identify success is confirmed, but the implementation for that looks
like it would be at least as complex).

Note this also effectively drops non-SSL IRC support. Given
passwords are sent over this connection, I don't see it as a loss.

Change-Id: I0aa15d81f0158fcf2b74825cdb3968d62356fa1d
Co-Authored-By: Thierry Carrez <thierry@openstack.org>
changes/49/599049/1
Jeremy Stanley 3 years ago
parent
commit
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  1. 1
      requirements.txt
  2. 49
      statusbot/bot.py

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requirements.txt

@ -5,3 +5,4 @@ irc
python-daemon
kitchen
python-twitter>=3.4
ib3

49
statusbot/bot.py

@ -48,6 +48,8 @@ access_token_secret=access_token_secret
import argparse
import ConfigParser
import daemon
from ib3.auth import SASL
from ib3.connection import SSL
import irc.bot
import json
import logging.config
@ -57,7 +59,6 @@ import time
import simplemediawiki
import datetime
import re
import ssl
import twitter
import urllib
@ -312,21 +313,16 @@ class AlertFile(UpdateInterface):
self.write(None)
class StatusBot(irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot):
class StatusBot(SASL, SSL, irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot):
log = logging.getLogger("statusbot.bot")
def __init__(self, channels, nicks, publishers, successlog, thankslog,
nickname, password, server, port=6667):
if port == 6697:
factory = irc.connection.Factory(wrapper=ssl.wrap_socket)
irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot.__init__(self,
[(server, port)],
nickname, nickname,
connect_factory=factory)
else:
irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot.__init__(self,
[(server, port)],
nickname, nickname)
nickname, password, server, port=6697):
super(StatusBot, self).__init__(
server_list=[(server, port)],
nickname=nickname,
realname=nickname,
ident_password=password)
self.channel_list = channels
self.nicks = nicks
self.nickname = nickname
@ -338,33 +334,6 @@ class StatusBot(irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot):
self.successlog = successlog
self.thankslog = thankslog
def on_nicknameinuse(self, c, e):
self.log.debug("Nickname in use, releasing")
c.nick(c.get_nickname() + "_")
c.privmsg("nickserv", "identify %s " % self.password)
c.privmsg("nickserv", "ghost %s %s" % (self.nickname, self.password))
c.privmsg("nickserv", "release %s %s" % (self.nickname, self.password))
time.sleep(ANTI_FLOOD_SLEEP)
c.nick(self.nickname)
def on_welcome(self, c, e):
self.identify_msg_cap = False
self.log.debug("Requesting identify-msg capability")
c.cap('REQ', 'identify-msg')
c.cap('END')
self.log.debug("Identifying to nickserv")
c.privmsg("nickserv", "identify %s " % self.password)
for channel in self.channel_list:
self.log.info("Joining %s" % channel)
c.join(channel)
time.sleep(ANTI_FLOOD_SLEEP)
def on_cap(self, c, e):
self.log.debug("Received cap response %s" % repr(e.arguments))
if e.arguments[0] == 'ACK' and 'identify-msg' in e.arguments[1]:
self.log.debug("identify-msg cap acked")
self.identify_msg_cap = True
def on_pubmsg(self, c, e):
if not self.identify_msg_cap:
self.log.debug("Ignoring message because identify-msg "

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