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CyberArk Application Access Manager Client Library for Python 3

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pyAIM

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CyberArk Application Access Manager Client Library for Python 3

This project simplifies the interaction between a Python 3 application or script and CyberArk's Application Access Manager's Credential Provider using the appropriate CLIPasswordSDK executable for the Operating System being used. By simplifying this process, developers are only required to change four (4) lines of code in their Python 3 applications and scripts to securely retrieve privileged secrets from CyberArk's Privileged Access Security (PAS) Core Solution as opposed to thirty or more (30+) without the use of this provided Client Library.

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Install

Pre-Requisite

  • CyberArk Application Access Manager Credential Provider installed locally.

For information on how to install, please refer to CyberArk's Application Access Manager Installation Guide.

Windows

Install the Python 3 release for Windows

pip3 install pyaim

Linux

Ubuntu/Debian

Install Latest Python 3

sudo apt install -y python3 python3-pip

Install pyAIM via Pip

pip3 install pyaim

RHEL/CentOS

Enable epel-release if using RHEL

Follow the EPEL Documentation.

Install Latest Python 3
RHEL

sudo yum install -y https://rhel7.iuscommunity.org/ius-release.rpm sudo yum update sudo yum install -y python36u python36u-libs python36u-devel python36u-pip

CentOS

sudo yum install -y https://centos7.iuscommunity.org/ius-release.rpm sudo yum update sudo yum install -y python36u python36u-libs python36u-devel python36u-pip

Install pyAIM via Pip

pip install pyaim

MacOS

No support provided yet.

Z/OS

pyAIM is untested on Z/OS but should work in theory.

Install Latest Python 3

Rocket Software has ported Python 2 and 3 for Z/OS

Install pyAIM via Pip

pip install pyaim

Usage

Retrieve Account

Credential Provider (CLIPasswordSDK) Method

from pyaim import CLIPasswordSDK

aimcp = CLIPasswordSDK('/opt/CARKaim/sdk/clipasswordsdk')
response = aimcp.GetPassword('appID','safeName','objectName')

print('Full Response: {}'.format(response))
print('Username: {}'.format(response['Username']))
print('Password: {}'.format(response['Password']))
print('Address: {}'.format(response['Address']))
print('Port: {}'.format(response['Port']))
print('PasswordChangeInProcess: {}'.format(response['PasswordChangeInProcess']))

Maintainer

@infamousjoeg

Contributing

For the time being, only internal CyberArk contributions are being considered.

Feel free to report any feature requests or bugs on the GitHub Issues page.

Keep checking back for an update regarding open Contributions in the near future.

License

MIT © Joe Garcia, CISSP

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