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"""Cloud Audit Logging rules engine for organizations, folders, and projects.

Builds the RuleBook (AuditLoggingRuleBook) from the rule definitions (file
either stored locally or in GCS) and compares a resource's enabled audit logs
against the RuleBook to determine whether there are violations.

from builtins import object
import collections
import itertools
import threading

from import resource_util
from import IamAuditConfig
from import logger
from import relationship
from import base_rules_engine as bre
from import errors as audit_errors

LOGGER = logger.get_logger(__name__)


[docs]class AuditLoggingRulesEngine(bre.BaseRulesEngine): """Rules engine for Cloud Audit Logging.""" def __init__(self, rules_file_path, snapshot_timestamp=None): """Initialize. Args: rules_file_path (str): File location of rules. snapshot_timestamp (str): The snapshot to work with. """ super(AuditLoggingRulesEngine, self).__init__( rules_file_path=rules_file_path, snapshot_timestamp=snapshot_timestamp) self.rule_book = None
[docs] def build_rule_book(self, global_configs=None): """Build AuditLoggingRuleBook from the rules definition file. Args: global_configs (dict): Global configurations. """ self.rule_book = AuditLoggingRuleBook( global_configs, self._load_rule_definitions(), snapshot_timestamp=self.snapshot_timestamp)
[docs] def find_violations(self, project, audit_config, force_rebuild=False): """Determine whether a project's audit logging config violates rules. Args: project (gcp_type): The project with audit log config. audit_config (IamAuditConfig): The audit config for this project, merged with ancestor configs. force_rebuild (bool): If True, rebuilds the rule book. This will reload the rules definition file and add the rules to the book. Returns: iterable: A generator of rule violations. """ if self.rule_book is None or force_rebuild: self.build_rule_book() violations = self.rule_book.find_violations(project, audit_config) return set(violations)
[docs] def add_rules(self, rules): """Add rules to the rule book. Args: rules (list): The list of rules to add to the book. """ if self.rule_book is not None: self.rule_book.add_rules(rules)
[docs]class AuditLoggingRuleBook(bre.BaseRuleBook): """The RuleBook for Audit Logging configs. Rules from the rules definition file are parsed and placed into a map, which associates the GCP resource (project, folder or organization) with the rules defined for it. A project's merged IamAuditConfig is evaulated against rules for all ancestor resources of that project. """ supported_resource_types = frozenset([ 'project', 'folder', 'organization', ]) def __init__(self, global_configs, # pylint: disable= unused-argument rule_defs=None, snapshot_timestamp=None): """Initialize. Args: global_configs (dict): Global configurations. rule_defs (dict): The parsed dictionary of rules from the YAML definition file. snapshot_timestamp (str): The snapshot to lookup data. """ super(AuditLoggingRuleBook, self).__init__() self._rules_sema = threading.BoundedSemaphore(value=1) self.resource_rules_map = collections.defaultdict(set) if not rule_defs: self.rule_defs = {} else: self.rule_defs = rule_defs self.add_rules(rule_defs) if snapshot_timestamp: self.snapshot_timestamp = snapshot_timestamp
[docs] def __eq__(self, other): """Equals. Args: other (object): Object to compare. Returns: bool: True or False. """ if not isinstance(other, type(self)): return NotImplemented return self.resource_rules_map == other.resource_rules_map
[docs] def __ne__(self, other): """Not Equals. Args: other (object): Object to compare. Returns: bool: True or False. """ return not self == other
[docs] def __repr__(self): """Object representation. Returns: str: The object representation. """ return 'AuditLoggingRuleBook <{}>'.format(self.resource_rules_map)
[docs] def add_rules(self, rule_defs): """Add rules to the rule book. Args: rule_defs (dict): Rules parsed from the rule definition file. """ for (i, rule) in enumerate(rule_defs.get('rules', [])): self.add_rule(rule, i)
[docs] def add_rule(self, rule_def, rule_index): """Add a rule to the rule book. The rule supplied to this method is the dictionary parsed from the rules definition file. For example, this rule... # rules yaml: rules: - name: a rule resource: - type: project resource_ids: - my-project-123 service: allServices log_types: - 'ADMIN_READ' - 'DATA_WRITE' allowed_exemptions: - '' - '' ... gets parsed into: { 'name': 'a rule', 'resource': { 'type': 'project', 'resource_ids': ['my-project-id'] }, 'service': 'allServices', 'log_types': [ 'ADMIN_READ', 'DATA_WRITE', ], 'allowed_exemptions': [ '', '', ] } Args: rule_def (dict): Contains rule definition properties. rule_index (int): The index of the rule from the rule definitions. Assigned automatically when the rule book is built. """ self._rules_sema.acquire() try: resources = rule_def.get('resource') service = rule_def.get('service') log_types = rule_def.get('log_types') # allowed_exemptions is optional. allowed_exemptions = set(rule_def.get('allowed_exemptions', [])) if not resources or not service or not log_types: raise audit_errors.InvalidRulesSchemaError( 'Faulty rule {}'.format(rule_index)) for resource in resources: resource_ids = resource.get('resource_ids') resource_type = resource.get('type') if resource_type not in self.supported_resource_types: raise audit_errors.InvalidRulesSchemaError( 'Invalid resource type in rule {}'.format(rule_index)) if not resource_ids: raise audit_errors.InvalidRulesSchemaError( 'Missing resource ids in rule {}'.format(rule_index)) # For each resource id associated with the rule, create a # mapping of resource => rules. for resource_id in resource_ids: if resource_id == '*' and resource_type != 'project': raise audit_errors.InvalidRulesSchemaError( 'Wild-card must use project type in rule {}'.format( rule_index)) gcp_resource = resource_util.create_resource( resource_id=resource_id, resource_type=resource_type) rule_def_resource = { 'service': service, 'log_types': log_types, 'allowed_exemptions': allowed_exemptions, } rule = Rule(rule_name=rule_def.get('name'), rule_index=rule_index, rule=rule_def_resource) # If no mapping exists, create it. If the rule isn't in the # mapping, add it. self.resource_rules_map[gcp_resource].add(rule) finally: self._rules_sema.release()
[docs] def find_violations(self, project, audit_config): """Find Cloud Audit Logging violations in the rule book. Args: project (gcp_type): The project that has this configuation. audit_config (IamAuditConfig): The audit config for this project, merged with ancestor configs. Returns: iterable: A generator of the rule violations. """ violations = itertools.chain() # Check for rules on all ancestors, and the wildcard rule. resource_ancestors = ( relationship.find_ancestors(project, project.full_name)) resource_ancestors.append(resource_util.create_resource( resource_id='*', resource_type='project')) for curr_resource in resource_ancestors: resource_rules = self.resource_rules_map.get(curr_resource, []) for resource_rule in resource_rules: violations = itertools.chain( violations, resource_rule.find_violations(project, audit_config)) return violations
[docs]class Rule(object): """Rule properties from the rule definition file. Also finds violations.""" RuleViolation = collections.namedtuple( 'RuleViolation', ['resource_type', 'resource_id', 'resource_name', 'full_name', 'rule_name', 'rule_index', 'violation_type', 'service', 'log_type', 'unexpected_exemptions', 'resource_data']) def __init__(self, rule_name, rule_index, rule): """Initialize. Args: rule_name (str): Name of the loaded rule. rule_index (int): The index of the rule from the rule definitions. rule (dict): The rule definition from the file. """ self.rule_name = rule_name self.rule_index = rule_index self.rule = rule
[docs] def find_violations(self, project, audit_config): """Find Cloud Audit Logging violations in the rule book. Args: project (gcp_type): The project that has this configuation. audit_config (IamAuditConfig): The audit config for this project, merged with ancestor configs. Yields: namedtuple: Returns RuleViolation named tuple. """ service = self.rule['service'] for log_type in self.rule['log_types']: configs = audit_config.service_configs # Check log type is enabled for service, either directly or through # allServices. if (log_type not in configs.get(service, {}) and log_type not in configs.get(IamAuditConfig.ALL_SERVICES, {})): # Log type not enabled. yield self.RuleViolation( resource_type=project.type,, resource_name=project.display_name, full_name=project.full_name, rule_name=self.rule_name, rule_index=self.rule_index, violation_type=VIOLATION_TYPE, service=service, log_type=log_type, unexpected_exemptions=None, ) else: # Rules for allServices must check for exemptions in individual # services. Exemptions for individual services inherit # exemptions for allServices (if configured). if service == IamAuditConfig.ALL_SERVICES: applicable_services = list(configs.keys()) elif IamAuditConfig.ALL_SERVICES in configs: applicable_services = [service, IamAuditConfig.ALL_SERVICES] else: applicable_services = [service] for applicable_service in applicable_services: unexpected_exemptions = sorted( configs[applicable_service].get(log_type, set()) - self.rule['allowed_exemptions']) if unexpected_exemptions: # Report the service where the exemption is specified. yield self.RuleViolation( resource_name=project.display_name, resource_type=project.type,, full_name=project.full_name, rule_name=self.rule_name, rule_index=self.rule_index, violation_type=VIOLATION_TYPE, service=applicable_service, log_type=log_type, unexpected_exemptions=tuple(unexpected_exemptions), )