[PATCH] hs20-ca: provide command-line args to setup.sh

Ben Greear greearb at candelatech.com
Fri Mar 27 13:41:53 EDT 2015


First, please ignore any patches about hs20 from me previous to yesterday's
12 patches...I had consolidated everything into those 12 patches.

I'll look through your suggestions below in detail shortly.

Thanks,
Ben

On 03/27/2015 10:35 AM, Jouni Malinen wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 10:44:38PM -0400, greearb at candelatech.com wrote:
>> diff --git a/hs20/server/ca/setup.sh b/hs20/server/ca/setup.sh
>> @@ -5,6 +5,45 @@ if [ -z "$OPENSSL" ]; then
>> +# -C:  SSL Commonname for Root CA ($CNR)\n
> 
> While this happens to be used with TLS, "SSL Commonname" sound quite
> confusing.. This should be the Subject name CN of the Root CA
> certificate.
> 
>> +# -d:  DNS Name ($DNS)\n
> 
> DNS Name of what? Should be something like OSU_SERVER_HOSTNAME.
> 
>> +# -I:  SSL Commonname for Intermediate CA ($CNI)\n
>> +# -o:  SSL Commonname for OSU-Client Server ($CNOC)\n
>> +# -O:  SSL Commonname for OCSP Server ($CNO)\n
> 
> Same comment about SSL.
> 
> What is "OSU-Client Server"?? CNOC is used as the CN in the test
> certificate that has an invalid usage limitations to work as a server.
> 
>> +# -p:  password ($PASS)\n
> 
> That should be "passphrase for private keys"
> 
>> +# -S:  servername ($SERVERNAME)\n
> 
> Server name of what? This should be OSU_SERVER_HOSTNAME (i.e., only one
> parameter for this.. DNS == SERVERNAME here is a requirement since
> dNSName and subject CN must be same).
> 
>> +# -V:  SSL Commonname for OSU-Revoked Server ($CNV)\n
> 
> Same comment about SSL.
> 
>> +if [ $DEBUG == 1 ]
> 
> That fails on many /bin/sh (which is not required to be bash)...
> --> if [ $DEBUG = 1 ]
> 
>> +if [ ! -f openssl-root.cnf.orig ]
>> +then
>> +    cp openssl-root.cnf openssl-root.cnf.orig
>> +else
>> +    cp openssl-root.cnf.orig openssl-root.cnf
>> +fi
> 
> Why? openssl-root.cnf is the file from repository and must not be
> modified. A temporary .tmp file was used here for a reason..
> 
>> +if [ ! -f openssl.cnf.orig ]
>> +then
>> +    cp openssl.cnf openssl.cnf.orig
>> +else
>> +    cp openssl.cnf.orig openssl.cnf
>> +fi
> 
> Same as openssl-root.cnf.
> 
>> +# Set the password accordingly.
>> +cat openssl-root.cnf | sed "s/@PASSWORD@/$PASS/" > openssl-root.cnf.tmp
>> +mv openssl-root.cnf.tmp openssl-root.cnf
>> +cat openssl.cnf | sed "s/@PASSWORD@/$PASS/" > openssl.cnf.tmp
>> +mv openssl.cnf.tmp openssl.cnf
> 
> And here's the .tmp file.. Hmm.. Why not simply skip the previous step
> with .orig?
> 
>> -cat openssl.cnf | sed "s/#@CN@/commonName_default = w1.fi Hotspot 2.0 Intermediate CA/" > openssl.cnf.tmp
>> +cat openssl.cnf | sed "s/#@CN@/commonName_default = $CNI/" > openssl.cnf.tmp
> 
> This looks a bit undesired flexibility.. This certificate is required to
> use "<company> Hotspot 2.0 Intermediate CA" format for the CN. If this
> can be modified, it documentation should make it clear that changing
> this to anything else will result in an invalid certificate.
> 


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Ben Greear <greearb at candelatech.com>
Candela Technologies Inc  http://www.candelatech.com



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