upstream/openstack/keystone/debian
Karla Felix cefa3d2582 Enforce new password rules to keystone accounts
This review will be enforcing new password rules to Keystone accounts,
the new rules are:
- Minimum 12 characters
- At least 1 Uppercase letter
- At least 1 number
- At least 1 special character
- Cannot reuse past 5 passwords

Test Plan:
PASS: Run fresh install of AIO-SX with complete bootstrap and unlock
      of the controller-0.
PASS: Run build-pkgs -c -p keystone.
PASS: Run build-image.
Note: The password command that I used for the next test cases is:
      openstack user password set
PASS: Change password 5 times and then try to use the first password of
      the sequence again to verify if it is using password history.
PASS: Try to change the password to a password without an uppercase
      letter and verify if it fail.
PASS: Try to change the password to a password without a number
      and verify if it fail.
PASS: Try to change the password to a password without a special
      character and verify if it fail.
PASS: Try password with less than 12 character and verify if it fails.
PASS: Access account and change password using serial console.
PASS: Try a password that doesn't fit the password requirements and
      verify if the error message is shown.

Story: 2011084
Task: 49824

Change-Id: Iba10465e4ea25fb6e35aa0e7b81391269cda739e
Signed-off-by: Karla Felix <karla.karolinenogueirafelix@windriver.com>
2024-04-19 14:43:24 -03:00
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deb_patches Enforce new password rules to keystone accounts 2024-04-19 14:43:24 -03:00
patches Set keyring dir group ownership on password change 2023-10-20 02:57:36 +00:00
meta_data.yaml keystone: Upgrade to 18.0.0-3+deb11u1 2023-06-15 21:21:59 -04:00