‘guix_ lint’ should suggest CPE name

OpenSubmitted by Ludovic Courtès.
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  • Ludovic Courtès
Ludovic Courtès wrote on 10 Jul 2020 00:10
‘guix lint’ should suggest CPE name
(address . bug-guix@gnu.org)
On IRC earlier today we were looking athttps://repology.org/repository/gnuguix/problems and wondering aboutthe CPE suggestions (which are nice!).
I tried the attached hack, which produces a few useless and sometimeserroneous suggestions, by comparing the “references” of each CVE(usually URLs of a security advisory or bug report) to the home page ofthe package:
Toggle snippet (37 lines)$ ./pre-inst-env guix lint -c cpegnu/packages/admin.scm:1103:2: tcpdump@4.9.3: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1103:2: tcpdump@4.9.3: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1103:2: tcpdump@4.9.3: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1103:2: tcpdump@4.9.3: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1103:2: tcpdump@4.9.3: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:2866:2: pam-krb5@4.8: suggested CPE name: 'pam-krb5'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1075:2: libpcap@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1075:2: libpcap@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1075:2: libpcap@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1075:2: libpcap@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1075:2: libpcap@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'libpcap'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1367:2: sudo@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'element_software_management_node'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1367:2: sudo@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'sudo'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1367:2: sudo@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'sudo'gnu/packages/admin.scm:1367:2: sudo@1.9.1: suggested CPE name: 'sudo'gnu/packages/admin.scm:614:2: shadow@4.8.1: suggested CPE name: 'shadow'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-ar@1.2-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-mi@0.50-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-pl@0.51-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-ru@0.99f7-1: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-sv@0.51-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-fr@0.50-3: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-pt-br@20131030-12-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-el@0.08-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-hi@0.02-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-de@20161207-7-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-be@0.01: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-es@1.11-2: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-grc@0.02-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-fi@0.7-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-da@1.6.36-11-0: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:99:2: aspell-dict-nl@0.50-2: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'gnu/packages/aspell.scm:41:2: aspell@0.60.8: suggested CPE name: 'aspell'[…]
The conclusion is that, to make good suggestions, we need to parse theCPE dictionary as well:
This one is still XML (not JSON) and we’d have to merge duplicates, asin this example:
Toggle snippet (53 lines) <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:-"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:-:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:1.0"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 1.0</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:1.0:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:1.1"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 1.1</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:1.1:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:1.2"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 1.2</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:1.2:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:1.3"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 1.3</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:1.3:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:2.4-2"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 2.4.2</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:2.4-2:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:2.5"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 2.5</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:2.5:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:2.5.90"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 2.5.90</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:2.5.90:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:2.6"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 2.6</title> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:2.6:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> <cpe-item name="cpe:/a:gnu:cpio:2.7"> <title xml:lang="en-US">GNU cpio 2.7</title> <references> <reference href="https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/cpio/">Change Log</reference> </references> <cpe-23:cpe23-item name="cpe:2.3:a:gnu:cpio:2.7:*:*:*:*:*:*:*"/> </cpe-item> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
The references are not always useful, as above, but sometimes there’s a“Product” reference that is the package home page.
Anyway, would be nice to add that to (guix cve) instead of succumbing tothe convenience of SaaSS!
Toggle diff (134 lines)diff --git a/guix/cve.scm b/guix/cve.scmindex 7dd9005f09..52a19e0523 100644--- a/guix/cve.scm+++ b/guix/cve.scm@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ ;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU-;;; Copyright © 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>+;;; Copyright © 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org> ;;; ;;; This file is part of GNU Guix. ;;;@@ -54,6 +54,7 @@ vulnerability? vulnerability-id vulnerability-packages+ vulnerability-references json->vulnerabilities current-vulnerabilities@@ -255,20 +256,23 @@ records." (* 3600 24 (date-month %now))) (define-record-type <vulnerability>- (vulnerability id packages)+ (vulnerability id packages references) vulnerability? (id vulnerability-id) ;string- (packages vulnerability-packages)) ;((p1 sexp1) (p2 sexp2) ...)+ (packages vulnerability-packages) ;((p1 sexp1) (p2 sexp2) ...)+ (references vulnerability-references)) ;list of URLs (define vulnerability->sexp (match-lambda- (($ <vulnerability> id packages)- `(v ,id ,packages))))+ (($ <vulnerability> id packages references)+ `(v ,id ,packages ,references)))) (define sexp->vulnerability (match-lambda- (('v id (packages ...))- (vulnerability id packages))))+ (('v id (packages ...) (references ...)) ;format version 2+ (vulnerability id packages references))+ (('v id (packages ...)) ;format version 1+ (vulnerability id packages '())))) (define (cve-configuration->package-list config) "Parse CONFIG, a config sexp, and return a list of the form (P SEXP)@@ -313,20 +317,23 @@ versions." "Return a <vulnerability> corresponding to ITEM, a <cve-item> record; return #f if ITEM does not list any configuration or if it does not list any \"a\" (application) configuration."- (let ((id (cve-id (cve-item-cve item))))+ (let ((id (cve-id (cve-item-cve item)))+ (references (cve-references (cve-item-cve item)))) (match (cve-item-configurations item) (() ;no configurations #f) ((configs ...) (vulnerability id (merge-package-lists- (map cve-configuration->package-list configs)))))))+ (map cve-configuration->package-list configs))+ (filter-map cve-reference-url references)))))) (define (json->vulnerabilities json) "Parse JSON, an input port or a string, and return the list of vulnerabilities found therein." (filter-map cve-item->vulnerability (json->cve-items json))) +(use-modules (ice-9 pretty-print)) (define (write-cache input cache) "Read vulnerabilities as gzipped JSON from INPUT, and write it as a compact sexp to CACHE."@@ -335,8 +342,8 @@ sexp to CACHE." (define vulns (json->vulnerabilities input)) - (write `(vulnerabilities- 1 ;format version+ (pretty-print `(vulnerabilities+ 2 ;format version ,(map vulnerability->sexp vulns)) cache)))) @@ -369,7 +376,7 @@ the given TTL (fetch from the NIST web site when TTL has expired)." (sexp (read* port))) (close-port port) (match sexp- (('vulnerabilities 1 vulns)+ (('vulnerabilities (or 2 1) vulns) (map sexp->vulnerability vulns))))) (define (current-vulnerabilities)diff --git a/guix/lint.scm b/guix/lint.scmindex 445c06f8f4..6b65df34a3 100644--- a/guix/lint.scm+++ b/guix/lint.scm@@ -1108,6 +1108,23 @@ vulnerability records for PACKAGE by calling PACKAGE-VULNERABILITIES." (list (string-join (map vulnerability-id unpatched) ", ")))))))))) +(define* (check-cpe-name package+ #:optional (vulnerabilities+ (current-vulnerabilities*)))+ (define home-page+ (package-home-page package))++ (filter-map (lambda (vuln)+ (and (any (cut string-prefix? home-page <>)+ (vulnerability-references vuln))+ (make-warning+ package+ (G_ "suggested CPE name: '~a'")+ (match (vulnerability-packages vuln)+ (((p _) _ ...)+ (list p))))))+ vulnerabilities))+ (define (check-for-updates package) "Check if there is an update available for PACKAGE." (match (with-networking-fail-safe@@ -1426,6 +1443,10 @@ or a list thereof") (description "Check the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures\ (CVE) database") (check check-vulnerabilities))+ (lint-checker+ (name 'cpe)+ (description "Check the Common Platform Enumeration names")+ (check check-cpe-name)) (lint-checker (name 'refresh) (description "Check the package for new upstream releases")
Ludovic Courtès wrote on 18 Mar 14:26 +0100
control message for bug #42299
(address . control@debbugs.gnu.org)
tags 42299 + securityquit