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"""Builds the scanners to run."""

from builtins import object
import importlib
import inspect

from import logger
from import scanner_requirements_map

LOGGER = logger.get_logger(__name__)

[docs]class ScannerBuilder(object): """Scanner Builder.""" def __init__(self, global_configs, scanner_configs, service_config, model_name, snapshot_timestamp, scanner_name=None): """Initialize the scanner builder. Args: global_configs (dict): Global configurations. scanner_configs (dict): Scanner configurations. service_config (ServiceConfig): Service configuration. model_name (str): name of the data model snapshot_timestamp (str): The snapshot timestamp scanner_name (str): Name of the specified scanner to run separately """ self.global_configs = global_configs self.scanner_configs = scanner_configs self.service_config = service_config self.model_name = model_name self.snapshot_timestamp = snapshot_timestamp self.scanner_name = scanner_name
[docs] def build(self): """Build the enabled scanners to run. Returns: list: Scanner instances that will be run. """ runnable_scanners = [] if self.scanner_name: # remove the _scanner from scanner name so that it matches the key # in requirements map scanner = self._instantiate_scanner(self.scanner_name[:-8]) # TODO: add a unit test for _instantiate_scanner if scanner: runnable_scanners.append(scanner) else: for scanner in self.scanner_configs.get('scanners'): if scanner.get('enabled'): scanner = self._instantiate_scanner(scanner.get('name')) if scanner: runnable_scanners.append(scanner) return runnable_scanners
[docs] def _instantiate_scanner(self, scanner_name): """Make individual scanners based on the scanner name. Args: scanner_name (str): the name of the scanner as in the requirements_map Returns: scanner: the individual scanner instance """ module_path = '{}' requirements_map = scanner_requirements_map.REQUIREMENTS_MAP if scanner_name not in requirements_map: log_message = ( 'Configured scanner is undefined ' 'in scanner requirements map : %s') LOGGER.error(log_message, scanner_name) return None module_name = module_path.format( scanner_requirements_map.REQUIREMENTS_MAP.get( scanner_name).get('module_name')) try: module = importlib.import_module(module_name) except (ImportError, TypeError, ValueError): LOGGER.exception('Unable to import %s\n', module_name) return None class_name = ( scanner_requirements_map.REQUIREMENTS_MAP.get( scanner_name).get('class_name')) try: scanner_class = getattr(module, class_name) except AttributeError: LOGGER.exception('Unable to instantiate %s', class_name) return None rules_filename = (scanner_requirements_map.REQUIREMENTS_MAP .get(scanner_name) .get('rules_filename')) rules_path = self.scanner_configs.get('rules_path') if rules_path is None: scanner_path = inspect.getfile(scanner_class) rules_path = scanner_path.split('/google/cloud/forseti')[0] rules_path += '/rules' rules = '{}/{}'.format(rules_path, rules_filename)'Initializing the rules engine:\nUsing rules: %s', rules) scanner = scanner_class(self.global_configs, self.scanner_configs, self.service_config, self.model_name, self.snapshot_timestamp, rules) return scanner