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# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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import collections
import logging
from django.conf import settings
from django.contrib.auth import authenticate
from django.contrib.auth import forms as django_auth_forms
from django import forms
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _
from django.views.decorators.debug import sensitive_variables
from keystoneauth1 import plugin as auth_plugin
from openstack_auth import exceptions
from openstack_auth import utils
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def get_region_endpoint(region_id):
if region_id == "default":
return settings.OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_URL
all_regions = settings.AVAILABLE_REGIONS
return all_regions[int(region_id)][0]
def get_region_choices():
all_regions = settings.AVAILABLE_REGIONS
if all_regions:
regions = [("%d" % i, name) for i, (url, name) in
enumerate(all_regions)]
else:
regions = [("default", _("Default Region"))]
return regions
class Login(django_auth_forms.AuthenticationForm):
"""Form used for logging in a user.
Handles authentication with Keystone by providing the domain name, username
and password. A scoped token is fetched after successful authentication.
A domain name is required if authenticating with Keystone V3 running
multi-domain configuration.
If the user authenticated has a default project set, the token will be
automatically scoped to their default project.
If the user authenticated has no default project set, the authentication
backend will try to scope to the projects returned from the user's assigned
projects. The first successful project scoped will be returned.
Inherits from the base ``django.contrib.auth.forms.AuthenticationForm``
class for added security features.
"""
use_required_attribute = False
required_css_class = "required"
warnings = []
region = forms.ChoiceField(label=_("Region"), required=False)
username = forms.CharField(
label=_("User Name"),
widget=forms.TextInput(attrs={"autofocus": "autofocus"}))
password = forms.CharField(label=_("Password"),
strip=False,
widget=forms.PasswordInput(render_value=False))
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
fields_ordering = ['username', 'password', 'region']
if settings.OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_MULTIDOMAIN_SUPPORT:
last_domain = self.request.COOKIES.get('login_domain', None)
if settings.OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DOMAIN_DROPDOWN:
self.fields['domain'] = forms.ChoiceField(
label=_("Domain"),
initial=last_domain,
choices=settings.OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DOMAIN_CHOICES)
else:
self.fields['domain'] = forms.CharField(
initial=last_domain,
label=_("Domain"))
fields_ordering = ['username', 'password', 'domain', 'region']
self.fields['region'].choices = get_region_choices()
if len(self.fields['region'].choices) == 1:
self.fields['region'].initial = self.fields['region'].choices[0][0]
self.fields['region'].widget = forms.widgets.HiddenInput()
elif len(self.fields['region'].choices) > 1:
self.fields['region'].initial = self.request.COOKIES.get(
'login_region')
# if websso is enabled and keystone version supported
# prepend the websso_choices select input to the form
if settings.WEBSSO_ENABLED:
initial = settings.WEBSSO_INITIAL_CHOICE
self.fields['auth_type'] = forms.ChoiceField(
label=_("Authenticate using"),
choices=settings.WEBSSO_CHOICES,
required=False,
initial=initial)
# add auth_type to the top of the list
fields_ordering.insert(0, 'auth_type')
# websso is enabled, but keystone version is not supported
elif settings.WEBSSO_ENABLED:
msg = ("Websso is enabled but horizon is not configured to work " +
"with keystone version 3 or above.")
LOG.warning(msg)
self.fields = collections.OrderedDict(
(key, self.fields[key]) for key in fields_ordering)
@sensitive_variables()
def clean(self):
default_domain = settings.OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DEFAULT_DOMAIN
username = self.cleaned_data.get('username')
password = self.cleaned_data.get('password')
domain = self.cleaned_data.get('domain', default_domain)
region_id = self.cleaned_data.get('region')
try:
region = get_region_endpoint(region_id)
except (ValueError, IndexError, TypeError):
raise forms.ValidationError("Invalid region %r" % region_id)
self.cleaned_data['region'] = region
if not (username and password):
# Don't authenticate, just let the other validators handle it.
return self.cleaned_data
try:
self.user_cache = authenticate(request=self.request,
username=username,
password=password,
user_domain_name=domain,
auth_url=region)
LOG.info('Login successful for user "%(username)s" using domain '
'"%(domain)s", remote address %(remote_ip)s.',
{'username': username, 'domain': domain,
'remote_ip': utils.get_client_ip(self.request)})
except exceptions.KeystonePassExpiredException as exc:
LOG.info('Login failed for user "%(username)s" using domain '
'"%(domain)s", remote address %(remote_ip)s: password'
' expired.',
{'username': username, 'domain': domain,
'remote_ip': utils.get_client_ip(self.request)})
if utils.allow_expired_passowrd_change():
raise
raise forms.ValidationError(exc)
except exceptions.KeystoneAuthException as exc:
LOG.info('Login failed for user "%(username)s" using domain '
'"%(domain)s", remote address %(remote_ip)s.',
{'username': username, 'domain': domain,
'remote_ip': utils.get_client_ip(self.request)})
raise forms.ValidationError(exc)
return self.cleaned_data
class DummyAuth(auth_plugin.BaseAuthPlugin):
"""A dummy Auth object
It is needed for _KeystoneAdapter to get the user_id from, but otherwise
behaves as if it doesn't exist (is falsy).
"""
def __init__(self, user_id):
self.user_id = user_id
def __bool__(self):
return False
def get_headers(self, session, **kwargs):
return {}
class Password(forms.Form):
"""Form used for changing user's password without having to log in."""
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
self.fields = collections.OrderedDict([
(
'region',
forms.ChoiceField(label=_("Region"), required=False)
), (
'original_password',
forms.CharField(label=_("Original password"),
strip=False,
widget=forms.PasswordInput(render_value=False))
), (
'password',
forms.CharField(label=_("New password"),
strip=False,
widget=forms.PasswordInput(render_value=False))
), (
'confirm_password',
forms.CharField(label=_("Confirm password"),
strip=False,
widget=forms.PasswordInput(render_value=False))
),
])
self.fields['region'].choices = get_region_choices()
if len(self.fields['region'].choices) == 1:
self.fields['region'].initial = self.fields['region'].choices[0][0]
self.fields['region'].widget = forms.widgets.HiddenInput()
elif len(self.fields['region'].choices) > 1:
self.fields['region'].initial = self.request.COOKIES.get(
'login_region')
@sensitive_variables('password', 'confirm_password', 'original_password')
def clean(self):
region_id = self.cleaned_data.get('region')
try:
region = get_region_endpoint(region_id)
except (ValueError, IndexError, TypeError):
raise forms.ValidationError("Invalid region %r" % region_id)
self.cleaned_data['region'] = region
password = self.cleaned_data.get('password')
original_password = self.cleaned_data.get('original_password')
confirm_password = self.cleaned_data.get('confirm_password')
if password != confirm_password:
raise forms.ValidationError(_('Passwords do not match.'))
if password == original_password:
raise forms.ValidationError(
_('Old password and new password must be different.'))
# Doing it here, to be able to raise ValidationError on failure.
user_id = self.initial['user_id']
session = utils.get_session(auth=DummyAuth(user_id))
Client = utils.get_keystone_client().Client
client = Client(session=session, user_id=user_id,
auth_url=region, endpoint=region)
# This is needed so that keystoneclient doesn't try to authenticate.
client.users.client.endpoint_override = region
try:
client.users.update_password(original_password, password)
except Exception as e:
LOG.error("Unable to update password due to exception: %s",
e)
raise forms.ValidationError(
_("Unable to update the user password."))
return self.cleaned_data