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On 03/09/2010 12:30 PM, Sumit Bose wrote:
> I have disabled the '%P' sequence for the directory
expansion and change
> setting of the permissions as described above.
Using "expand_ccache_dir" as the boolean for disallowing %P is
confusing. Please rename the variable to make it more obvious why you
can't use %P. (Maybe "bool restrict_substitions")
Using lstat() in find_ccdir_parent_data() is a bad idea. We should just
be using stat() to determine if we're ultimately dealing with a
directory, unless your intent here is to mandate that krb5_ccachedir
must never contain a symlink, in which case this needs to be documented
in the manpage, along with why.
Please save errno before calling DEBUG(). It won't always be guaranteed
that errno is unchanged within the DEBUG macro. This occurs in both
find_ccdir_parent_data() and create_ccache_dir().
li->s = talloc_strdup(mem_ctx, dirname);
Instead of mem_ctx, you should be using li for the memory parent.
Please talloc_zfree(parent) before returning from
find_ccdir_parent_data(), otherwise you'll be carrying that unnecessary
You have similar memory issues in create_ccache_dir(). You create
dirname with the mem_ctx as the parent, but you never free it. And since
you're moving the pointer on it, you probably want to save the start of
the string so you can call talloc_free() on that.
if (!private_path && (parent_stat.st_uid != 0 || parent_stat.st_gid != 0))
This check doesn't make sense to me. You're only going to allow the
creation of a public directory if the parent dir is owned by root and
has group root? I think the check should be for
(parent_stat.st_mode & (S_ISVTX | S_IWOTH | S_IXOTH)) (aka
world-writeable and world-executable and sticky-bit)
Similarly, the private path needs to check for
(parent_stat.st_uid == uid && parent_stat.st_mode & (S_IWUSR | S_IXUSR))
(parent_stat.st_mode & (S_ISVTX | S_IWOTH | S_IXOTH))
(aka owned by the current user and writeable/executable or
(world-writeable, world-executable and sticky-bit))
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