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auth.c

/*
 * auth.c - PPP authentication and phase control.
 *
 * Copyright (c) 1993 The Australian National University.
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted
 * provided that the above copyright notice and this paragraph are
 * duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation,
 * advertising materials, and other materials related to such
 * distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed
 * by the Australian National University.  The name of the University
 * may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
 * software without specific prior written permission.
 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR
 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED
 * WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
 *
 * Copyright (c) 1989 Carnegie Mellon University.
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted
 * provided that the above copyright notice and this paragraph are
 * duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation,
 * advertising materials, and other materials related to such
 * distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed
 * by Carnegie Mellon University.  The name of the
 * University may not be used to endorse or promote products derived
 * from this software without specific prior written permission.
 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR
 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED
 * WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
 */

#ifndef lint
static char rcsid[] = "$FreeBSD: src/usr.sbin/pppd/auth.c,v 1.29.6.1 2008/11/25 02:59:29 kensmith Exp $";
#endif

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <syslog.h>
#include <paths.h>
#include <pwd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <utmp.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#if defined(_PATH_LASTLOG) && defined(_linux_)
#include <lastlog.h>
#endif

#include <netdb.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <utmp.h>

#ifdef USE_PAM
#include <security/pam_appl.h>
#endif

#ifdef HAS_SHADOW
#include <shadow.h>
#ifndef PW_PPP
#define PW_PPP PW_LOGIN
#endif
#endif

#include "pppd.h"
#include "fsm.h"
#include "lcp.h"
#include "ipcp.h"
#include "upap.h"
#include "chap.h"
#ifdef CBCP_SUPPORT
#include "cbcp.h"
#endif
#include "pathnames.h"

/* Used for storing a sequence of words.  Usually malloced. */
struct wordlist {
    struct wordlist     *next;
    char          word[1];
};

/* Bits in scan_authfile return value */
#define NONWILD_SERVER  1
#define NONWILD_CLIENT  2

#define ISWILD(word)    (word[0] == '*' && word[1] == 0)

#define FALSE     0
#define TRUE      1

/* The name by which the peer authenticated itself to us. */
char peer_authname[MAXNAMELEN];

/* Records which authentication operations haven't completed yet. */
static int auth_pending[NUM_PPP];

/* Set if we have successfully called plogin() */
static int logged_in;

/* Set if not wild or blank */
static int non_wildclient;

/* Set if we have run the /etc/ppp/auth-up script. */
static int did_authup;

/* List of addresses which the peer may use. */
static struct wordlist *addresses[NUM_PPP];

/* Number of network protocols which we have opened. */
static int num_np_open;

/* Number of network protocols which have come up. */
static int num_np_up;

/* Set if we got the contents of passwd[] from the pap-secrets file. */
static int passwd_from_file;

/* Bits in auth_pending[] */
#define PAP_WITHPEER    1
#define PAP_PEER  2
#define CHAP_WITHPEER   4
#define CHAP_PEER 8

extern char *crypt __P((const char *, const char *));

/* Prototypes for procedures local to this file. */

static void network_phase __P((int));
static void check_idle __P((void *));
static void connect_time_expired __P((void *));
static int  plogin __P((char *, char *, char **, int *));
static void plogout __P((void));
static int  null_login __P((int));
static int  get_pap_passwd __P((char *));
static int  have_pap_secret __P((void));
static int  have_chap_secret __P((char *, char *, u_int32_t));
static int  ip_addr_check __P((u_int32_t, struct wordlist *));
static int  scan_authfile __P((FILE *, char *, char *, u_int32_t, char *,
                         struct wordlist **, char *));
static void free_wordlist __P((struct wordlist *));
static void auth_set_ip_addr __P((int));
static void auth_script __P((char *));
static void set_allowed_addrs __P((int, struct wordlist *));

/*
 * An Open on LCP has requested a change from Dead to Establish phase.
 * Do what's necessary to bring the physical layer up.
 */
void
link_required(unit)
    int unit;
{
}

/*
 * LCP has terminated the link; go to the Dead phase and take the
 * physical layer down.
 */
void
link_terminated(unit)
    int unit;
{
    extern  time_t      etime, stime;
    extern  int   minutes;

    if (phase == PHASE_DEAD)
      return;
    if (logged_in)
      plogout();
    phase = PHASE_DEAD;
    etime = time((time_t *) NULL);
    minutes = (etime-stime)/60;
    syslog(LOG_NOTICE, "Connection terminated, connected for %d minutes\n",
      minutes > 1 ? minutes : 1);
}

/*
 * LCP has gone down; it will either die or try to re-establish.
 */
void
link_down(unit)
    int unit;
{
    int i;
    struct protent *protp;

    if (did_authup) {
      auth_script(_PATH_AUTHDOWN);
      did_authup = 0;
    }
    for (i = 0; (protp = protocols[i]) != NULL; ++i) {
      if (!protp->enabled_flag)
          continue;
        if (protp->protocol != PPP_LCP && protp->lowerdown != NULL)
          (*protp->lowerdown)(unit);
        if (protp->protocol < 0xC000 && protp->close != NULL)
          (*protp->close)(unit, "LCP down");
    }
    num_np_open = 0;
    num_np_up = 0;
    if (phase != PHASE_DEAD)
      phase = PHASE_TERMINATE;
}

/*
 * The link is established.
 * Proceed to the Dead, Authenticate or Network phase as appropriate.
 */
void
link_established(unit)
    int unit;
{
    int auth;
    lcp_options *wo = &lcp_wantoptions[unit];
    lcp_options *go = &lcp_gotoptions[unit];
    lcp_options *ho = &lcp_hisoptions[unit];
    int i;
    struct protent *protp;

    /*
     * Tell higher-level protocols that LCP is up.
     */
    for (i = 0; (protp = protocols[i]) != NULL; ++i)
        if (protp->protocol != PPP_LCP && protp->enabled_flag
          && protp->lowerup != NULL)
          (*protp->lowerup)(unit);

    if (auth_required && !(go->neg_chap || go->neg_upap)) {
      /*
       * We wanted the peer to authenticate itself, and it refused:
       * treat it as though it authenticated with PAP using a username
       * of "" and a password of "".  If that's not OK, boot it out.
       */
      if (!wo->neg_upap || !null_login(unit)) {
          syslog(LOG_WARNING, "peer refused to authenticate");
          lcp_close(unit, "peer refused to authenticate");
          return;
      }
    }

    phase = PHASE_AUTHENTICATE;
    auth = 0;
    if (go->neg_chap) {
      ChapAuthPeer(unit, our_name, go->chap_mdtype);
      auth |= CHAP_PEER;
    } else if (go->neg_upap) {
      upap_authpeer(unit);
      auth |= PAP_PEER;
    }
    if (ho->neg_chap) {
      ChapAuthWithPeer(unit, user, ho->chap_mdtype);
      auth |= CHAP_WITHPEER;
    } else if (ho->neg_upap) {
      if (passwd[0] == 0) {
          passwd_from_file = 1;
          if (!get_pap_passwd(passwd))
            syslog(LOG_ERR, "No secret found for PAP login");
      }
      upap_authwithpeer(unit, user, passwd);
      auth |= PAP_WITHPEER;
    }
    auth_pending[unit] = auth;

    if (!auth)
      network_phase(unit);
}

/*
 * Proceed to the network phase.
 */
static void
network_phase(unit)
    int unit;
{
    int i;
    struct protent *protp;
    lcp_options *go = &lcp_gotoptions[unit];

    /*
     * If the peer had to authenticate, run the auth-up script now.
     */
    if ((go->neg_chap || go->neg_upap) && !did_authup) {
      auth_script(_PATH_AUTHUP);
      did_authup = 1;
    }

#ifdef CBCP_SUPPORT
    /*
     * If we negotiated callback, do it now.
     */
    if (go->neg_cbcp) {
      phase = PHASE_CALLBACK;
      (*cbcp_protent.open)(unit);
      return;
    }
#endif

    phase = PHASE_NETWORK;
#if 0
    if (!demand)
      set_filters(&pass_filter, &active_filter);
#endif
    for (i = 0; (protp = protocols[i]) != NULL; ++i)
        if (protp->protocol < 0xC000 && protp->enabled_flag
          && protp->open != NULL) {
          (*protp->open)(unit);
          if (protp->protocol != PPP_CCP)
            ++num_np_open;
      }

    if (num_np_open == 0)
      /* nothing to do */
      lcp_close(0, "No network protocols running");
}

/*
 * The peer has failed to authenticate himself using `protocol'.
 */
void
auth_peer_fail(unit, protocol)
    int unit, protocol;
{
    /*
     * Authentication failure: take the link down
     */
    lcp_close(unit, "Authentication failed");
}

/*
 * The peer has been successfully authenticated using `protocol'.
 */
void
auth_peer_success(unit, protocol, name, namelen)
    int unit, protocol;
    char *name;
    int namelen;
{
    int bit;

    switch (protocol) {
    case PPP_CHAP:
      bit = CHAP_PEER;
      break;
    case PPP_PAP:
      bit = PAP_PEER;
      break;
    default:
      syslog(LOG_WARNING, "auth_peer_success: unknown protocol %x",
             protocol);
      return;
    }

    /*
     * Save the authenticated name of the peer for later.
     */
    if (namelen > sizeof(peer_authname) - 1)
      namelen = sizeof(peer_authname) - 1;
    BCOPY(name, peer_authname, namelen);
    peer_authname[namelen] = 0;

    /*
     * If we have overridden addresses based on auth info
     * then set that information now before continuing.
     */
    auth_set_ip_addr(unit);

    script_setenv("PEERNAME", peer_authname);

    /*
     * If there is no more authentication still to be done,
     * proceed to the network (or callback) phase.
     */
    if ((auth_pending[unit] &= ~bit) == 0)
        network_phase(unit);
}

/*
 * We have failed to authenticate ourselves to the peer using `protocol'.
 */
void
auth_withpeer_fail(unit, protocol)
    int unit, protocol;
{
    if (passwd_from_file)
      BZERO(passwd, MAXSECRETLEN);
    /*
     * We've failed to authenticate ourselves to our peer.
     * He'll probably take the link down, and there's not much
     * we can do except wait for that.
     */
}

/*
 * We have successfully authenticated ourselves with the peer using `protocol'.
 */
void
auth_withpeer_success(unit, protocol)
    int unit, protocol;
{
    int bit;

    switch (protocol) {
    case PPP_CHAP:
      bit = CHAP_WITHPEER;
      break;
    case PPP_PAP:
      if (passwd_from_file)
          BZERO(passwd, MAXSECRETLEN);
      bit = PAP_WITHPEER;
      break;
    default:
      syslog(LOG_WARNING, "auth_peer_success: unknown protocol %x",
             protocol);
      bit = 0;
    }

    /*
     * If we have overridden addresses based on auth info
     * then set that information now before continuing.
     */
    auth_set_ip_addr(unit);

    /*
     * If there is no more authentication still being done,
     * proceed to the network (or callback) phase.
     */
    if ((auth_pending[unit] &= ~bit) == 0)
      network_phase(unit);
}


/*
 * np_up - a network protocol has come up.
 */
void
np_up(unit, proto)
    int unit, proto;
{
    if (num_np_up == 0) {
      /*
       * At this point we consider that the link has come up successfully.
       */
      need_holdoff = 0;

      if (idle_time_limit > 0)
          TIMEOUT(check_idle, NULL, idle_time_limit);

      /*
       * Set a timeout to close the connection once the maximum
       * connect time has expired.
       */
      if (maxconnect > 0)
          TIMEOUT(connect_time_expired, 0, maxconnect);

      /*
       * Detach now, if the updetach option was given.
       */
      if (nodetach == -1)
          detach();
    }
    ++num_np_up;
}

/*
 * np_down - a network protocol has gone down.
 */
void
np_down(unit, proto)
    int unit, proto;
{
    if (--num_np_up == 0 && idle_time_limit > 0) {
      UNTIMEOUT(check_idle, NULL);
    }
}

/*
 * np_finished - a network protocol has finished using the link.
 */
void
np_finished(unit, proto)
    int unit, proto;
{
    if (--num_np_open <= 0) {
      /* no further use for the link: shut up shop. */
      lcp_close(0, "No network protocols running");
    }
}

/*
 * check_idle - check whether the link has been idle for long
 * enough that we can shut it down.
 */
static void
check_idle(arg)
     void *arg;
{
    struct ppp_idle idle;
    time_t itime;

    if (!get_idle_time(0, &idle))
      return;
    itime = MIN(idle.xmit_idle, idle.recv_idle);
    if (itime >= idle_time_limit) {
      /* link is idle: shut it down. */
      syslog(LOG_INFO, "Terminating connection due to lack of activity.");
      lcp_close(0, "Link inactive");
    } else {
      TIMEOUT(check_idle, NULL, idle_time_limit - itime);
    }
}

/*
 * connect_time_expired - log a message and close the connection.
 */
static void
connect_time_expired(arg)
    void *arg;
{
    syslog(LOG_INFO, "Connect time expired");
    lcp_close(0, "Connect time expired"); /* Close connection */
}

/*
 * auth_check_options - called to check authentication options.
 */
void
auth_check_options()
{
    lcp_options *wo = &lcp_wantoptions[0];
    int can_auth;
    ipcp_options *ipwo = &ipcp_wantoptions[0];
    u_int32_t remote;

    /* Default our_name to hostname, and user to our_name */
    if (our_name[0] == 0 || usehostname)
      strcpy(our_name, hostname);
    if (user[0] == 0)
      strcpy(user, our_name);

    /* If authentication is required, ask peer for CHAP or PAP. */
    if (auth_required && !wo->neg_chap && !wo->neg_upap) {
      wo->neg_chap = 1;
      wo->neg_upap = 1;
    }

    /*
     * Check whether we have appropriate secrets to use
     * to authenticate the peer.
     */
    can_auth = wo->neg_upap && (uselogin || have_pap_secret());
    if (!can_auth && wo->neg_chap) {
      remote = ipwo->accept_remote? 0: ipwo->hisaddr;
      can_auth = have_chap_secret(remote_name, our_name, remote);
    }

    if (auth_required && !can_auth) {
      option_error("peer authentication required but no suitable secret(s) found\n");
      if (remote_name[0] == 0)
          option_error("for authenticating any peer to us (%s)\n", our_name);
      else
          option_error("for authenticating peer %s to us (%s)\n",
                   remote_name, our_name);
      exit(1);
    }

    /*
     * Check whether the user tried to override certain values
     * set by root.
     */
    if (!auth_required && auth_req_info.priv > 0) {
      if (!default_device && devnam_info.priv == 0) {
          option_error("can't override device name when noauth option used");
          exit(1);
      }
      if ((connector != NULL && connector_info.priv == 0)
          || (disconnector != NULL && disconnector_info.priv == 0)
          || (welcomer != NULL && welcomer_info.priv == 0)) {
          option_error("can't override connect, disconnect or welcome");
          option_error("option values when noauth option used");
          exit(1);
      }
    }
}

/*
 * auth_reset - called when LCP is starting negotiations to recheck
 * authentication options, i.e. whether we have appropriate secrets
 * to use for authenticating ourselves and/or the peer.
 */
void
auth_reset(unit)
    int unit;
{
    lcp_options *go = &lcp_gotoptions[unit];
    lcp_options *ao = &lcp_allowoptions[0];
    ipcp_options *ipwo = &ipcp_wantoptions[0];
    u_int32_t remote;

    ao->neg_upap = !refuse_pap && (passwd[0] != 0 || get_pap_passwd(NULL));
    ao->neg_chap = !refuse_chap
      && have_chap_secret(user, remote_name, (u_int32_t)0);

    if (go->neg_upap && !uselogin && !have_pap_secret())
      go->neg_upap = 0;
    if (go->neg_chap) {
      remote = ipwo->accept_remote? 0: ipwo->hisaddr;
      if (!have_chap_secret(remote_name, our_name, remote))
          go->neg_chap = 0;
    }
}


/*
 * check_passwd - Check the user name and passwd against the PAP secrets
 * file.  If requested, also check against the system password database,
 * and login the user if OK.
 *
 * returns:
 *    UPAP_AUTHNAK: Authentication failed.
 *    UPAP_AUTHACK: Authentication succeeded.
 * In either case, msg points to an appropriate message.
 */
int
check_passwd(unit, auser, userlen, apasswd, passwdlen, msg, msglen)
    int unit;
    char *auser;
    int userlen;
    char *apasswd;
    int passwdlen;
    char **msg;
    int *msglen;
{
    int ret;
    char *filename;
    FILE *f;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
    u_int32_t remote;
    ipcp_options *ipwo = &ipcp_wantoptions[unit];
    char passwd[256], user[256];
    char secret[MAXWORDLEN];
    static int attempts = 0;
    int len;

    /*
     * Make copies of apasswd and auser, then null-terminate them.
     */
    len = MIN(passwdlen, sizeof(passwd) - 1);
    BCOPY(apasswd, passwd, len);
    passwd[len] = '\0';
    len = MIN(userlen, sizeof(user) - 1);
    BCOPY(auser, user, len);
    user[len] = '\0';
    *msg = (char *) 0;

    /*
     * Open the file of pap secrets and scan for a suitable secret
     * for authenticating this user.
     */
    filename = _PATH_UPAPFILE;
    addrs = NULL;
    ret = UPAP_AUTHACK;
    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL) {
      syslog(LOG_ERR, "Can't open PAP password file %s: %m", filename);
      ret = UPAP_AUTHNAK;

    } else {
      check_access(f, filename);
      remote = ipwo->accept_remote? 0: ipwo->hisaddr;
      if (scan_authfile(f, user, our_name, remote,
          secret, &addrs, filename) < 0) {
            warn("no PAP secret found for %s", user);
      } else {
          if (secret[0] != 0) {
            /* password given in pap-secrets - must match */
            if ((cryptpap || strcmp(passwd, secret) != 0)
                && strcmp(crypt(passwd, secret), secret) != 0) {
                  ret = UPAP_AUTHNAK;
                  warn("PAP authentication failure for %s", user);
            }
          }
      }
      fclose(f);
    }

    if (uselogin && ret == UPAP_AUTHACK) {
      ret = plogin(user, passwd, msg, msglen);
      if (ret == UPAP_AUTHNAK) {
          syslog(LOG_WARNING, "PAP login failure for %s", user);
      }
    }

    if (ret == UPAP_AUTHNAK) {
        if (*msg == (char *) 0)
          *msg = "Login incorrect";
      *msglen = strlen(*msg);
      /*
       * Frustrate passwd stealer programs.
       * Allow 10 tries, but start backing off after 3 (stolen from login).
       * On 10'th, drop the connection.
       */
      if (attempts++ >= 10) {
          syslog(LOG_WARNING, "%d LOGIN FAILURES ON %s, %s",
               attempts, devnam, user);
          quit();
      }
      if (attempts > 3)
          sleep((u_int) (attempts - 3) * 5);
      if (addrs != NULL)
          free_wordlist(addrs);

    } else {
      attempts = 0;                 /* Reset count */
      if (*msg == (char *) 0)
          *msg = "Login ok";
      *msglen = strlen(*msg);
      set_allowed_addrs(unit, addrs);
    }

    BZERO(passwd, sizeof(passwd));
    BZERO(secret, sizeof(secret));

    return ret;
}

/*
 * Check if an "entry" is in the file "fname" - used by ppplogin.
 * Taken from libexec/ftpd/ftpd.c
 * Returns: 0 if not found, 1 if found, 2 if file can't be opened for reading.
 */
static int
checkfile(fname, name)
      char *fname;
      char *name;
{
      FILE *fd;
      int found = 0;
      char *p, line[BUFSIZ];

      if ((fd = fopen(fname, "r")) != NULL) {
            while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), fd) != NULL)
                  if ((p = strchr(line, '\n')) != NULL) {
                        *p = '\0';
                        if (line[0] == '#')
                              continue;
                        if (strcmp(line, name) == 0) {
                              found = 1;
                              break;
                        }
                  }
            (void) fclose(fd);
      } else {
            return(2);
      }
      return (found);
}

/*
 * This function is needed for PAM.
 */

#ifdef USE_PAM
static char *PAM_username = "";
static char *PAM_password = "";

#ifdef PAM_ESTABLISH_CRED       /* new PAM defines :(^ */
#define MY_PAM_STRERROR(err_code)  (char *) pam_strerror(pamh,err_code)
#else
#define MY_PAM_STRERROR(err_code)  (char *) pam_strerror(err_code)
#endif

static int pam_conv (int num_msg,
                     const struct pam_message **msg,
                     struct pam_response **resp,
                     void *appdata_ptr)
{
    int count = 0, replies = 0;
    struct pam_response *reply = NULL;
    int size = 0;

    for (count = 0; count < num_msg; count++)
      {
      size += sizeof (struct pam_response);
      reply = realloc (reply, size); /* ANSI: is malloc() if reply==NULL */
      if (!reply)
          return PAM_CONV_ERR;

      switch (msg[count]->msg_style)
        {
      case PAM_PROMPT_ECHO_ON:
          reply[replies].resp_retcode = PAM_SUCCESS;
          reply[replies++].resp = strdup(PAM_username); /* never NULL */
          break;

      case PAM_PROMPT_ECHO_OFF:
          reply[replies].resp_retcode = PAM_SUCCESS;
          reply[replies++].resp = strdup(PAM_password); /* never NULL */
          break;

      case PAM_TEXT_INFO:
          reply[replies].resp_retcode = PAM_SUCCESS;
          reply[replies++].resp = NULL;
          break;

      case PAM_ERROR_MSG:
      default:
          free (reply);
          return PAM_CONV_ERR;
        }
      }

    if (resp)
        *resp = reply;
    else
        free (reply);

    return PAM_SUCCESS;
}
#endif

/*
 * plogin - Check the user name and password against the system
 * password database, and login the user if OK.
 *
 * returns:
 *    UPAP_AUTHNAK: Login failed.
 *    UPAP_AUTHACK: Login succeeded.
 * In either case, msg points to an appropriate message.
 *
 * UPAP_AUTHACK should only be returned *after* wtmp and utmp are updated.
 */

static int
plogin(user, passwd, msg, msglen)
    char *user;
    char *passwd;
    char **msg;
    int *msglen;
{

#ifdef USE_PAM

    struct pam_conv pam_conversation;
    pam_handle_t *pamh;
    int pam_error;
/*
 * Fill the pam_conversion structure
 */
    memset (&pam_conversation, '\0', sizeof (struct pam_conv));
    pam_conversation.conv = &pam_conv;

    pam_error = pam_start ("ppp", user, &pam_conversation, &pamh);

    if (pam_error != PAM_SUCCESS) {
        *msg = MY_PAM_STRERROR (pam_error);
      return UPAP_AUTHNAK;
    }
/*
 * Define the fields for the credintial validation
 */
    (void) pam_set_item (pamh, PAM_TTY, devnam);
    PAM_username = user;
    PAM_password = passwd;
/*
 * Validate the user
 */
    pam_error = pam_authenticate (pamh, PAM_SILENT);
    if (pam_error == PAM_SUCCESS) {
        pam_error = pam_acct_mgmt (pamh, PAM_SILENT);

      /* start a session for this user. Session closed when link ends. */
      if (pam_error == PAM_SUCCESS)
         (void) pam_open_session (pamh, PAM_SILENT);
    }

    *msg = MY_PAM_STRERROR (pam_error);

    PAM_username =
    PAM_password = "";
/*
 * Clean up the mess
 */
    (void) pam_end (pamh, pam_error);

    if (pam_error != PAM_SUCCESS)
        return UPAP_AUTHNAK;
/*
 * Use the non-PAM methods directly
 */
#else /* #ifdef USE_PAM */

    struct passwd *pw;
    struct utmp utmp;
    struct timeval tp;
    char *tty;

#ifdef HAS_SHADOW
    struct spwd *spwd;
    struct spwd *getspnam();
#endif

    pw = getpwnam(user);
    endpwent();
    if (pw == NULL) {
      return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);
    }
/*
 * Check that the user is not listed in /etc/ppp/ppp.deny
 * and that the user's shell is listed in /etc/ppp/ppp.shells
 * if /etc/ppp/ppp.shells exists.
 */

    if (checkfile(_PATH_PPPDENY, user) == 1) {
            syslog(LOG_WARNING, "upap user %s: login denied in %s",
                  user, _PATH_PPPDENY);
            return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);
    }

    if (checkfile(_PATH_PPPSHELLS, pw->pw_shell) == 0) {
            syslog(LOG_WARNING, "upap user %s: shell %s not in %s",
                  user, pw->pw_shell, _PATH_PPPSHELLS);
            return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);
    }

#ifdef HAS_SHADOW
    spwd = getspnam(user);
    endspent();
    if (spwd) {
      /* check the age of the password entry */
      long now = time(NULL) / 86400L;

      if ((spwd->sp_expire > 0 && now >= spwd->sp_expire)
          || ((spwd->sp_max >= 0 && spwd->sp_max < 10000)
            && spwd->sp_lstchg >= 0
            && now >= spwd->sp_lstchg + spwd->sp_max)) {
          syslog(LOG_WARNING, "Password for %s has expired", user);
          return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);
      }
      pw->pw_passwd = spwd->sp_pwdp;
    }
#endif

    /*
     * If no passwd, don't let them login.
     */
    if (pw->pw_passwd == NULL || *pw->pw_passwd == '\0'
      || strcmp(crypt(passwd, pw->pw_passwd), pw->pw_passwd) != 0)
      return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);

    if (pw->pw_expire) {
      (void)gettimeofday(&tp, (struct timezone *)NULL);
      if (tp.tv_sec >= pw->pw_expire) {
          syslog(LOG_INFO, "pap user %s account expired", user);
          return (UPAP_AUTHNAK);
      }
    }

    /* These functions are not enabled for PAM. The reason for this is that */
    /* there is not necessarily a "passwd" entry for this user. That is     */
    /* real purpose of 'PAM' -- to virtualize the account data from the     */
    /* application. If you want to do the same thing, write the entry in    */
    /* the 'session' hook.                                                  */

    /* Log in wtmp and utmp using login() */

    tty = devnam;
    if (strncmp(tty, _PATH_DEV, sizeof _PATH_DEV - 1) == 0)
      tty += 5;

    if (logout(tty))          /* Already entered (by login?) */
        logwtmp(tty, "", "");

#if defined(_PATH_LASTLOG)
    {
          struct lastlog ll;
          int fd;

          if ((fd = open(_PATH_LASTLOG, O_RDWR, 0)) >= 0) {
            (void)lseek(fd, (off_t)(pw->pw_uid * sizeof(ll)), SEEK_SET);
            memset((void *)&ll, 0, sizeof(ll));
            ll.ll_time = _time_to_time32(time(0));
            (void)strncpy(ll.ll_line, tty, sizeof(ll.ll_line));
            (void)write(fd, (char *)&ll, sizeof(ll));
            (void)close(fd);
          }
    }
#endif

    memset((void *)&utmp, 0, sizeof(utmp));
    utmp.ut_time = time(NULL);
    (void)strncpy(utmp.ut_name, user, sizeof(utmp.ut_name));
    (void)strncpy(utmp.ut_host, ":PPP", sizeof(utmp.ut_host));
    (void)strncpy(utmp.ut_line, tty, sizeof(utmp.ut_line));
    login(&utmp);       /* This logs us in wtmp too */

#endif /* #ifdef USE_PAM */

    syslog(LOG_INFO, "user %s logged in", user);
    logged_in = TRUE;

    return (UPAP_AUTHACK);
}

/*
 * plogout - Logout the user.
 */
static void
plogout()
{
#ifdef USE_PAM
    struct pam_conv pam_conversation;
    pam_handle_t *pamh;
    int pam_error;
/*
 * Fill the pam_conversion structure. The PAM specification states that the
 * session must be able to be closed by a totally different handle from which
 * it was created. Hold the PAM group to their own specification!
 */
    memset (&pam_conversation, '\0', sizeof (struct pam_conv));
    pam_conversation.conv = &pam_conv;

    pam_error = pam_start ("ppp", user, &pam_conversation, &pamh);
    if (pam_error == PAM_SUCCESS) {
        (void) pam_set_item (pamh, PAM_TTY, devnam);
        (void) pam_close_session (pamh, PAM_SILENT);
      (void) pam_end (pamh, PAM_SUCCESS);
    }

#else
    char *tty;

    tty = devnam;
    if (strncmp(tty, _PATH_DEV, sizeof _PATH_DEV - 1) == 0)
      tty += 5;
    logwtmp(tty, "", "");           /* Wipe out wtmp logout entry */
    logout(tty);              /* Wipe out utmp */
#endif

    logged_in = FALSE;
}


/*
 * null_login - Check if a username of "" and a password of "" are
 * acceptable, and iff so, set the list of acceptable IP addresses
 * and return 1.
 */
static int
null_login(unit)
    int unit;
{
    char *filename;
    FILE *f;
    int i, ret;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
    char secret[MAXWORDLEN];

    /*
     * Open the file of pap secrets and scan for a suitable secret.
     * We don't accept a wildcard client.
     */
    filename = _PATH_UPAPFILE;
    addrs = NULL;
    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL)
      return 0;
    check_access(f, filename);

    i = scan_authfile(f, "", our_name, (u_int32_t)0, secret, &addrs, filename);
    ret = i >= 0 && (i & NONWILD_CLIENT) != 0 && secret[0] == 0;
    BZERO(secret, sizeof(secret));

    if (ret)
      set_allowed_addrs(unit, addrs);
    else
      free_wordlist(addrs);

    fclose(f);
    return ret;
}


/*
 * get_pap_passwd - get a password for authenticating ourselves with
 * our peer using PAP.  Returns 1 on success, 0 if no suitable password
 * could be found.
 */
static int
get_pap_passwd(passwd)
    char *passwd;
{
    char *filename;
    FILE *f;
    int ret;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
    char secret[MAXWORDLEN];

    filename = _PATH_UPAPFILE;
    addrs = NULL;
    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL)
      return 0;
    check_access(f, filename);
    ret = scan_authfile(f, user,
                  remote_name[0]? remote_name: NULL,
                  (u_int32_t)0, secret, NULL, filename);
    fclose(f);
    if (ret < 0)
      return 0;
    if (passwd != NULL) {
      strncpy(passwd, secret, MAXSECRETLEN);
      passwd[MAXSECRETLEN-1] = 0;
    }
    BZERO(secret, sizeof(secret));
    return 1;
}


/*
 * have_pap_secret - check whether we have a PAP file with any
 * secrets that we could possibly use for authenticating the peer.
 */
static int
have_pap_secret()
{
    FILE *f;
    int ret;
    char *filename;
    ipcp_options *ipwo = &ipcp_wantoptions[0];
    u_int32_t remote;

    filename = _PATH_UPAPFILE;
    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL)
      return 0;

    remote = ipwo->accept_remote? 0: ipwo->hisaddr;
    ret = scan_authfile(f, NULL, our_name, remote, NULL, NULL, filename);
    fclose(f);
    if (ret < 0)
      return 0;

    return 1;
}


/*
 * have_chap_secret - check whether we have a CHAP file with a
 * secret that we could possibly use for authenticating `client'
 * on `server'.  Either can be the null string, meaning we don't
 * know the identity yet.
 */
static int
have_chap_secret(client, server, remote)
    char *client;
    char *server;
    u_int32_t remote;
{
    FILE *f;
    int ret;
    char *filename;

    filename = _PATH_CHAPFILE;
    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL)
      return 0;

    if (client[0] == 0)
      client = NULL;
    else if (server[0] == 0)
      server = NULL;

    ret = scan_authfile(f, client, server, remote, NULL, NULL, filename);
    fclose(f);
    if (ret < 0)
      return 0;

    return 1;
}


/*
 * get_secret - open the CHAP secret file and return the secret
 * for authenticating the given client on the given server.
 * (We could be either client or server).
 */
int
get_secret(unit, client, server, secret, secret_len, save_addrs)
    int unit;
    char *client;
    char *server;
    char *secret;
    int *secret_len;
    int save_addrs;
{
    FILE *f;
    int ret, len;
    char *filename;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
    char secbuf[MAXWORDLEN];

    filename = _PATH_CHAPFILE;
    addrs = NULL;
    secbuf[0] = 0;

    f = fopen(filename, "r");
    if (f == NULL) {
      syslog(LOG_ERR, "Can't open chap secret file %s: %m", filename);
      return 0;
    }
    check_access(f, filename);

    ret = scan_authfile(f, client, server, (u_int32_t)0,
                  secbuf, &addrs, filename);
    fclose(f);
    if (ret < 0)
      return 0;

    if (save_addrs)
      set_allowed_addrs(unit, addrs);

    len = strlen(secbuf);
    if (len > MAXSECRETLEN) {
      syslog(LOG_ERR, "Secret for %s on %s is too long", client, server);
      len = MAXSECRETLEN;
    }
    BCOPY(secbuf, secret, len);
    BZERO(secbuf, sizeof(secbuf));
    *secret_len = len;

    return 1;
}

/*
 * set_allowed_addrs() - set the list of allowed addresses.
 */
static void
set_allowed_addrs(unit, addrs)
    int unit;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
{
    if (addresses[unit] != NULL)
      free_wordlist(addresses[unit]);
    addresses[unit] = addrs;

    /*
     * If there's only one authorized address we might as well
     * ask our peer for that one right away
     */
    if (addrs != NULL && addrs->next == NULL) {
      char *p = addrs->word;
      struct ipcp_options *wo = &ipcp_wantoptions[unit];
      u_int32_t a;
      struct hostent *hp;

      if (*p != '!' && *p != '-' && strchr(p, '/') == NULL) {
          hp = gethostbyname(p);
          if (hp != NULL && hp->h_addrtype == AF_INET)
            a = *(u_int32_t *)hp->h_addr;
          else
            a = inet_addr(p);
          if (a != (u_int32_t) -1)
            wo->hisaddr = a;
      }
    }
}

static void
auth_set_ip_addr(unit)
    int unit;
{
    struct wordlist *addrs;

    if (non_wildclient && (addrs = addresses[unit]) != NULL) {
      for (; addrs != NULL; addrs = addrs->next) {
          /* Look for address overrides, and set them if we have any */
          if (strchr(addrs->word, ':') != NULL) {
            if (setipaddr(addrs->word))
                break;
          }
      }
    }
}

/*
 * auth_ip_addr - check whether the peer is authorized to use
 * a given IP address.  Returns 1 if authorized, 0 otherwise.
 */
int
auth_ip_addr(unit, addr)
    int unit;
    u_int32_t addr;
{
    return ip_addr_check(addr, addresses[unit]);
}

static int
ip_addr_check(addr, addrs)
    u_int32_t addr;
    struct wordlist *addrs;
{
    int x, y;
    u_int32_t a, mask, ah;
    int accept;
    char *ptr_word, *ptr_mask;
    struct hostent *hp;
    struct netent *np;

    /* don't allow loopback or multicast address */
    if (bad_ip_adrs(addr))
      return 0;

    if (addrs == NULL)
      return !auth_required;        /* no addresses authorized */

    x = y = 0;
    for (; addrs != NULL; addrs = addrs->next) {
      y++;
      /* "-" means no addresses authorized, "*" means any address allowed */
      ptr_word = addrs->word;
      if (strcmp(ptr_word, "-") == 0)
          break;
      if (strcmp(ptr_word, "*") == 0)
          return 1;

      /*
       * A colon in the string means that we wish to force a specific
       * local:remote address, but we ignore these for now.
       */
      if (strchr(addrs->word, ':') != NULL)
          x++;
      else {

      accept = 1;
      if (*ptr_word == '!') {
          accept = 0;
          ++ptr_word;
      }

      mask = ~ (u_int32_t) 0;
      ptr_mask = strchr (ptr_word, '/');
      if (ptr_mask != NULL) {
          int bit_count;

          bit_count = (int) strtol (ptr_mask+1, (char **) 0, 10);
          if (bit_count <= 0 || bit_count > 32) {
            syslog (LOG_WARNING,
                  "invalid address length %s in auth. address list",
                  ptr_mask);
            continue;
          }
          *ptr_mask = '\0';
          mask <<= 32 - bit_count;
      }

      hp = gethostbyname(ptr_word);
      if (hp != NULL && hp->h_addrtype == AF_INET) {
          a = *(u_int32_t *)hp->h_addr;
      } else {
          np = getnetbyname (ptr_word);
          if (np != NULL && np->n_addrtype == AF_INET) {
            a = htonl (*(u_int32_t *)np->n_net);
            if (ptr_mask == NULL) {
                /* calculate appropriate mask for net */
                ah = ntohl(a);
                if (IN_CLASSA(ah))
                  mask = IN_CLASSA_NET;
                else if (IN_CLASSB(ah))
                  mask = IN_CLASSB_NET;
                else if (IN_CLASSC(ah))
                  mask = IN_CLASSC_NET;
            }
          } else {
            a = inet_addr (ptr_word);
          }
      }

      if (ptr_mask != NULL)
          *ptr_mask = '/';

      if (a == (u_int32_t)-1L)
          syslog (LOG_WARNING,
                "unknown host %s in auth. address list",
                addrs->word);
      else
          /* Here a and addr are in network byte order,
             and mask is in host order. */
          if (((addr ^ a) & htonl(mask)) == 0)
            return accept;
    } /* else */
    }
    return x == y;                  /* not in list => can't have it */
}

/*
 * bad_ip_adrs - return 1 if the IP address is one we don't want
 * to use, such as an address in the loopback net or a multicast address.
 * addr is in network byte order.
 */
int
bad_ip_adrs(addr)
    u_int32_t addr;
{
    addr = ntohl(addr);
    return (addr >> IN_CLASSA_NSHIFT) == IN_LOOPBACKNET
      || IN_MULTICAST(addr) || IN_BADCLASS(addr);
}

/*
 * check_access - complain if a secret file has too-liberal permissions.
 */
void
check_access(f, filename)
    FILE *f;
    char *filename;
{
    struct stat sbuf;

    if (fstat(fileno(f), &sbuf) < 0) {
      syslog(LOG_WARNING, "cannot stat secret file %s: %m", filename);
    } else if ((sbuf.st_mode & (S_IRWXG | S_IRWXO)) != 0) {
      syslog(LOG_WARNING, "Warning - secret file %s has world and/or group access", filename);
    }
}


/*
 * scan_authfile - Scan an authorization file for a secret suitable
 * for authenticating `client' on `server'.  The return value is -1
 * if no secret is found, otherwise >= 0.  The return value has
 * NONWILD_CLIENT set if the secret didn't have "*" for the client, and
 * NONWILD_SERVER set if the secret didn't have "*" for the server.
 * Any following words on the line (i.e. address authorization
 * info) are placed in a wordlist and returned in *addrs.  
 */
static int
scan_authfile(f, client, server, ipaddr, secret, addrs, filename)
    FILE *f;
    char *client;
    char *server;
    u_int32_t ipaddr;
    char *secret;
    struct wordlist **addrs;
    char *filename;
{
    int newline, xxx;
    int got_flag, best_flag;
    FILE *sf;
    struct wordlist *ap, *addr_list, *alist, *alast;
    char word[MAXWORDLEN];
    char atfile[MAXWORDLEN];
    char lsecret[MAXWORDLEN];

    if (addrs != NULL)
      *addrs = NULL;
    addr_list = NULL;
    if (!getword(f, word, &newline, filename))
      return -1;        /* file is empty??? */
    newline = 1;
    best_flag = -1;
    for (;;) {
      /*
       * Skip until we find a word at the start of a line.
       */
      while (!newline && getword(f, word, &newline, filename))
          ;
      if (!newline)
          break;        /* got to end of file */

      /*
       * Got a client - check if it's a match or a wildcard.
       */
      got_flag = 0;
      if (client != NULL && strcmp(word, client) != 0 && !ISWILD(word)) {
          newline = 0;
          continue;
      }
      if (!ISWILD(word))
          got_flag = NONWILD_CLIENT;

      /*
       * Now get a server and check if it matches.
       */
      if (!getword(f, word, &newline, filename))
          break;
      if (newline)
          continue;
      if (server != NULL && strcmp(word, server) != 0 && !ISWILD(word))
          continue;
      if (!ISWILD(word))
          got_flag |= NONWILD_SERVER;

      /*
       * Got some sort of a match - see if it's better than what
       * we have already.
       */
      if (got_flag <= best_flag)
          continue;

      /*
       * Get the secret.
       */
      if (!getword(f, word, &newline, filename))
          break;
      if (newline)
          continue;

      /*
       * Special syntax: @filename means read secret from file.
       */
      if (word[0] == '@') {
          strcpy(atfile, word+1);
          if ((sf = fopen(atfile, "r")) == NULL) {
            syslog(LOG_WARNING, "can't open indirect secret file %s",
                   atfile);
            continue;
          }
          check_access(sf, atfile);
          if (!getword(sf, word, &xxx, atfile)) {
            syslog(LOG_WARNING, "no secret in indirect secret file %s",
                   atfile);
            fclose(sf);
            continue;
          }
          fclose(sf);
      }
      if (secret != NULL)
          strcpy(lsecret, word);

      /*
       * Now read address authorization info and make a wordlist.
       */
      alist = alast = NULL;
      for (;;) {
          if (!getword(f, word, &newline, filename) || newline)
            break;
          ap = (struct wordlist *) malloc(sizeof(struct wordlist)
                                  + strlen(word));
          if (ap == NULL)
            novm("authorized addresses");
          ap->next = NULL;
          strcpy(ap->word, word);
          if (alist == NULL)
            alist = ap;
          else
            alast->next = ap;
          alast = ap;
      }

      /*
       * Check if the given IP address is allowed by the wordlist.
       */
      if (ipaddr != 0 && !ip_addr_check(ipaddr, alist)) {
          free_wordlist(alist);
          continue;
      }

      /*
       * This is the best so far; remember it.
       */
      best_flag = got_flag;
      if (addr_list)
          free_wordlist(addr_list);
      addr_list = alist;
      if (secret != NULL)
          strcpy(secret, lsecret);

      if (!newline)
          break;
    }

    if (addrs != NULL)
      *addrs = addr_list;
    else if (addr_list != NULL)
      free_wordlist(addr_list);

    non_wildclient = (best_flag & NONWILD_CLIENT) && client != NULL &&
      *client != '\0';
    return best_flag;
}

/*
 * free_wordlist - release memory allocated for a wordlist.
 */
static void
free_wordlist(wp)
    struct wordlist *wp;
{
    struct wordlist *next;

    while (wp != NULL) {
      next = wp->next;
      free(wp);
      wp = next;
    }
}

/*
 * auth_script - execute a script with arguments
 * interface-name peer-name real-user tty speed
 */
static void
auth_script(script)
    char *script;
{
    char strspeed[32];
    struct passwd *pw;
    char struid[32];
    char *user_name;
    char *argv[7];

    if ((pw = getpwuid(getuid())) != NULL && pw->pw_name != NULL)
      user_name = pw->pw_name;
    else {
      sprintf(struid, "%d", getuid());
      user_name = struid;
    }
    sprintf(strspeed, "%d", baud_rate);

    argv[0] = script;
    argv[1] = ifname;
    argv[2] = peer_authname;
    argv[3] = user_name;
    argv[4] = devnam;
    argv[5] = strspeed;
    argv[6] = NULL;

    run_program(script, argv, 0);
}

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