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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/callback_forward.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/pickle.h"
#include "base/process/process.h"
#include "sandbox/linux/syscall_broker/broker_policy.h"
#include "sandbox/sandbox_export.h"
namespace sandbox {
namespace syscall_broker {
class BrokerClient;
class BrokerFilePermission;
// Create a new "broker" process to which we can send requests via an IPC
// channel by forking the current process.
// This is a low level IPC mechanism that is suitable to be called from a
// signal handler.
// A process would typically create a broker process before entering
// sandboxing.
// 1. BrokerProcess open_broker(read_whitelist, write_whitelist);
// 2. CHECK(open_broker.Init(NULL));
// 3. Enable sandbox.
// 4. Use open_broker.Open() to open files.
class SANDBOX_EXPORT BrokerProcess {
// |denied_errno| is the error code returned when methods such as Open()
// or Access() are invoked on a file which is not in the whitelist. EACCESS
// would be a typical value.
// |allowed_r_files| and |allowed_w_files| are white lists of files that can
// be opened later via the Open() API, respectively for reading and writing.
// A file available read-write should be listed in both.
// |fast_check_in_client| and |quiet_failures_for_tests| are reserved for
// unit tests, don't use it.
int denied_errno,
const std::vector<syscall_broker::BrokerFilePermission>& permissions,
bool fast_check_in_client = true,
bool quiet_failures_for_tests = false);
// Will initialize the broker process. There should be no threads at this
// point, since we need to fork().
// broker_process_init_callback will be called in the new broker process,
// after fork() returns.
bool Init(const base::Callback<bool(void)>& broker_process_init_callback);
// Can be used in place of access(). Will be async signal safe.
// X_OK will always return an error in practice since the broker process
// doesn't support execute permissions.
// It's similar to the access() system call and will return -errno on errors.
int Access(const char* pathname, int mode) const;
// Can be used in place of open(). Will be async signal safe.
// The implementation only supports certain white listed flags and will
// return -EPERM on other flags.
// It's similar to the open() system call and will return -errno on errors.
int Open(const char* pathname, int flags) const;
int broker_pid() const { return broker_pid_; }
friend class BrokerProcessTestHelper;
// Close the IPC channel with the other party. This should only be used
// by tests an none of the class methods should be used afterwards.
void CloseChannel();
bool initialized_; // Whether we've been through Init() yet.
const bool fast_check_in_client_;
const bool quiet_failures_for_tests_;
pid_t broker_pid_; // The PID of the broker (child).
syscall_broker::BrokerPolicy policy_; // The sandboxing policy.
std::unique_ptr<syscall_broker::BrokerClient> broker_client_;
} // namespace syscall_broker
} // namespace sandbox