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bitwardentools

Project description

tools for working with vaultwarden/bitwarden (_rs) and vaultier

This package containers a python3+ client for bitwarden which uses both a native python implementation but also wraps the official the official npm @bitwarden/cli.

The ultimate goal is certainly only to rely on python implementation against the vaultwarden/bitwarden_rs server implementation.

  • .github/workflows/cicd.yml

Features

  • api controllable client
  • Create, Read, Update, Delete, on organizations, collection, ciphers, users (also disable/enable), and attachments
  • Attach Ciphers to organization collections
  • Set access at orgas, collections and users levels.
  • Download/Upload attachments to vault and organizations
  • The client also integrate a thin wrapper to official npm CLI (see call mathod)
  • Read api for longer details

install as a python lib

pip install bitwardentools

Run in dev

Configure

cp .env.dist .env
cp .env.local.dist .env.local
printf "USER_UID=$(id -u)\nUSER_GID=$(id -g)\n">>.env

Build

eval $(egrep -hv '^#|^\s*$' .env .env.local|sed  -e "s/^/export /g"| sed -e "s/=/='/" -e "s/$/'/g"|xargs)
COMPOSE_FILE="docker-compose.yml:docker-compose-build.yml" docker-compose build

Run

docker-compose run --rm app bash
sed "/COMPOSE_FILE/d" .env
echo COMPOSE_FILE=docker-compose.yml:docker-compose-dev.yml"
docker-compose up -d --force-recreate
docker-compose exec -U app bash

run tests

sed "/COMPOSE_FILE/d" .env
echo COMPOSE_FILE=docker-compose.yml:docker-compose-dev.yml:docker-compose-test.yml"
docker-compose exec -U app app tox -e linting,coverage

Credits and bibliography

Doc

see also USAGE (or read below on pypi)

CHANGES

1.0.55

  • ensure requests is in requirements [kiorky]

1.0.54

1.0.53

  • kdfIterations payload change fix [kiorky]
  • add delete_user [kiorky]

1.0.51

1.0.49

  • complete vaultier AS_SINGLE_ORG=false acls
  • feed collections accesses also with global accessAll=true users.

1.0.47

  • vaultier migration: add notify script
  • vaultier migration: finish cycle
  • Add orga/collection memberships managment methods
  • Rename tokens attribute
  • Better error messagfes
  • Optimize login & token management
  • Cache overhaul and factorization
  • Vaultier AsOneOrganization import variants
  • Clarify docs

1.0.46

  • Compatibility leftovers with bitwarden_rs 1.20.

1.0.45

  • Compatibility with bitwarden_rs 1.20 (was 1.18).

1.0.44

  • initial release

Cut a release

./release.sh $version

Usage

client = Client(server, email, password)
client.sync()
#
# direct object creation methods
# organization
client.create_organization('foo', 'foo@foo.com')
# collection
client.create_collection('bar', orga='foo')
# default item/login
payload = {
    "notes": "supernote",
    "login": {
        "totp": "aze",
        'username': "alice", "password": "rabbit",
        "uris": [{"match": None, "uri": "http://a"}]
    }
}
client.create_item("sec5", orga, collections=[col], **payload)
# if orga is None cipher will go inside user vault
client.create_item("secpersonal", **payload)
## is a synoym: client.create_login
# identity
# title": "Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr"
payload = {
    "identity": {
        "address1": "foo", "address2": "foo", "address3": "foo", "city": "foo", "postalCode": "foo",
        "country": "foo", "state": "foo", "username": "foo", "company": "foo",
        "phone": "foo", "email": "foo",
        "title": "Mrs", "firstName": "foo", "lastName": "foo", "middleName": "foo",
        "ssn": "foo", "licenseNumber": "foo", "passportNumber": "foo",
    },
    "notes": "foo",
}
client.create_identity("sec1", orga, collections=[col], **payload)
# note
payload = {
    "fields": [{"name": "thisisabool", "type": 2, "value": False}],
    "notes": "notenote",
    "secureNote": {"type": 0},
}
client.create_securenote("sec2", orga, collections=[col], **payload)
# card
payload = {
    "card": {"brand": "sec", "cardholderName": "foo",
             "number": "aaa", "code": "123456",
             "expMonth": "10", "expYear": "2013"},
    "fields": [{"name": "aaa", "type": 0, "value": "aaa"}],
    "notes": "aaa"
}
client.create_card("sec4", orga, collections=[col], **payload)
#
# create only with json payloads
orga = client.create(**{
    'object': 'organization',
    'name': "org",
    'email': email})
# Create a collection
col = client.create(**{
    'object': 'org-collection',
    'name': "testcol",
    'organizationId': client.item_or_id(orga)})
col2 = client.create(**{
    'object': 'org-collection',
    'name': "testcol2",
    'organizationId': client.item_or_id(orga)})
# Create a login within an organization, collectionIds is mandatory on bitwarden_rs 1.19+
cipher = client.create(**{
    "name": "test",
    "object": "item",
    "organizationId": orga.id,
    "notes": "supernote",
    "login": {'username': "alice", "password": "rabbit"},
    "collectionIds": [col2.id],})
# Create a login within your personal vault
cipher = client.create(**{
    "name": "test",
    "object": "item",
    "notes": "supernote",
    "login": {'username': "alice", "password": "rabbit"})
#
# Patch existing objects
testorg = client.get_organization("org")
client.edit_organization(testorg, name='fooorg')
#
testcol = client.get_collection("testcol")
client.edit_orgcollection(testcol, name='foocol')
#
# Play with ciphers
all_ciphers = client.get_ciphers()
cipher = client.get_cipher("test", collection=col, orga=orga)
# Put cipther in collection col2
client.link(cipher, col2)
#
# Attachments
client.attach(sec, "/path/to/foo.zip")
# reload cipher with it's new attachment
# default dir in current working directory, default filename is uploaded filename
client.download(sec.attachments[0],
                directory='/w/data/titi/toto',
                filename='tata.zip')
client.delete_attachments(sec)
#
# users management
#
users = client.get_users()  # > {"emails": {}, "ids": {}, "names": {}} users indexed dicts
# search one user
user = client.get_user(email="foo@bar.com")
user = client.get_user(name="foo")
user = client.get_user(id="424242424-4242-4242-4242-424242424242")
# enable/delete/disable methods can take id/email/name or user instances as kwargs:
client.disable_user(email="foo@bar.com")
client.disable_user(id="424242424-4242-4242-4242-424242424242")
client.disable_user(name="foo")
client.disable_user(user=user)
# other methods
client.enable_user(user=/name=/id=/email=)
client.delete_user(user=/name=/id=/email=)
# if not password, it will be autogenerated and in the return tuple
user, pw = client.create_user('foo@bar.com', password=, passwordhint=, name=)
# If you use bitwarden_rs and you setted up the bitwarden rs key,
# the user will be automatically validated
# you can manually validate an account with:
user = client.validate('foo@bar.com')
# you can also manage orgs invitations
acl = client.accept_invitation('foo@bar.com', orga)  # need bitwarden server private key
acl = client.confirm_invitation('foo@bar.com', orga)  # need bitwarden server private key
# you can also manage collection permissions
## add user to orga
c.add_user_to_organization(user, orga, collections=col)
## set them at orga level (will add to orga if not already member)
c.set_organization_access(user, orga, collections=col, hidepasswords=False, readOnly=True/False)
c.set_organization_access(user, orga, {"collection": col, "hidePasswords": False}, hidepasswords=True)
## add them at collection level
c.set_collection_access(user, col, hidepasswords=True/False, readOnly=True/False)
## remove from collection: col
c.set_organization_access(user, orga, {"collection": col, "remove": True})
### or
c.set_collection_access(user, {"collection": col, "remove": True})
## get acls infos
c.get_accesses(orga)
c.get_accesses(col)
c.get_accesses({"user": user, "collection": col})
c.get_accesses({"user": user, "orga": orga})
## remove from collection
c.remove_user_from_collection(userOrEmail, colc)
## remove from orga
c.remove_user_from_organization(userOrEmail, orga)

encode the vaultwarden/bitwarden_rs key for autovalidating user

base64 $BITWARDEN_RS_SERVER_DATA/rsa_key.der|tr -d '\n'
=> copy paste the result in your .env.local this way
BITWARDEN_PRIVATE_KEY=MIIxxx

migrate from vaultier to bitwarden notes

VAULTIER_KEY=$(echo $(base64 ~/vaultier_key.bin|tr -d '\n')
cat >>.env << EOF
VAULTIER_KEY=${VAULTIER_KEY}
# if your vauiltier has aditionnal httpauth
# VAULTIER_HTTP_PASSWORD=htpasswd
# VAULTIER_HTTP_USER=user
VAULTIER_EMAIL=myvaultier.email@d.com
VAULTIER_URL=https://vaultier.foo.net
VAULTIER_JSON=data/export/vaultierfile.json
BW_ORGA_NAME=MyBitwardenOrga
BITWARDEN_PW=MasterPassword
BITWARDEN_SERVER=https://bitwd.foo.net
BITWARDEN_EMAIL=foo@foo.com

export vaultier data to json file for cards and files for attachments

  • It will produce data/export/vaultname.json
  • And download attachments inside data/export/secret$id/
time python src/bitwardentools/vaultier/export.py

load vaultier json serialized vaults/cards into bitwarden orga/collections

As bitwarden has only 2 folds, where vaultier has 3, cards are migrated into bitwarden and named $vault $card; this is the link between the two systems, please do not rename your card as long as you want to continue to migrate or it will duplicate things.

time python src/bitwardentools/vaultier/import_structure.py

sync secrets

time python src/bitwardentools/vaultier/sync_secrets.py

load vaultier json members as bitwarden users Profiles and tie them to their secrets

python src/bitwardentools/vaultier/invite.py

Notify users of their accounts

python src/bitwardentools/vaultier/notify.py --dry-run=0

Security note

We provide a bitwardentools.client.bust_cache method to invalidate any cache in memory, please use it whenever you have finished to access your secrets.

from bitwardentools.client import bust_cache
bust_cache()

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