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Secpip - Secure Pip Package Management Tool

Secpip is command line interface to manage (install, download, uninstall, migrate) python libraries securely.
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About The Project

Secpip is command line interface to manage pip packages in secure way.
Secpip controls the given package version has known vulnerability or not according to vulnerability database published as safety-db.
If given package has vulnerability, Secpip tries to find available secure versions of package.
After secure version of package found, it automatically install the secure package (if '--secure' and '--auto' tags are used).

Abilities of Secpip

  • Package vulnerability check and extraction from virtual environments.

  • Downloads pip packages(secure) if offline installation needed to another environments or nodes.

  • You can install libraries as online and offline to virtual environments by using Secpip easily.

  • It is based on pip(wraps pip commands) so you need to install pip.

  • It checks python package security conditions by using safety library according to published vulnerabilities.

  • It create a report the result of operation.

  • It create/build/dump python virtual environments.

  • It uninstall multiple packages from virtual environment with one command by taking requirements file.

  • It migrate virtual environment to another one or new one securely.

Getting Started

Definitions and examples about installation and usage of Secpip modules.
You can follow these steps to install and use Secpip.

Prerequisites

  • python3
  • pip
  • virtualenv : A tool for creating isolated virtual python environments.

Installation

  • Firstly Install python 3 and pip.

Install From Repo

  1. Clone the repo
git clone https://github.com/myasinsaglam/secpip.git
  1. Install Requirements from requirements.txt
pip install -r requirements.txt
  1. Install Secpip

In project directory run

pip install .

or

python setup.py install

Install via pip

pip install secpip

Usage:

Entrypoints and example commands explained here.

Entrypoint

usage: secpip <command> [<args>]
Commands:
  install               Install pip packages by using secpip abilities (secure, report, auto_mode)
  dump                  Package/Download pip packages by using secpip abilities (secure, report, auto_mode)
  uninstall             Uninstall pip packages from venv as single or batch from requirements
  migrate               Migrate virtual environment to another one securely
  sync                  Synchronize Database from web
General Options:
  --secure              Secure option to check known vulnerabilities. If package is not secure operation not allowed to package
  --auto                Use with secure option. It replace vulnerable package with next secure version, If no secure package exists it create warning and install insecure one.      

Secure pip package manager...

positional arguments:
  command     {install, dump, uninstall}

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Install

Install command description and arguments

usage: secpip install [-h] [--secure] [--auto] [--report REPORT_DIR]
              [-v ENVIRONMENT_DIR] [-p PACKAGE_DIR] [-r REQUIREMENTS_DIR]

Install pip packages as online or offline with security check

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --secure              A flag for security check option
  --auto                A flag for auto correct versions by replacing secure
                        one
  --report REPORT_DIR   Report Extraction Option
  -v ENVIRONMENT_DIR, --venv_dir ENVIRONMENT_DIR
                        Python environment path to install modules
  -p PACKAGE_DIR, --package_dir PACKAGE_DIR
                        Downloaded package directory for offline install
  -r REQUIREMENTS_DIR, --requirements_file REQUIREMENTS_DIR
                        Requirements txt i/o file path, default is
                        {current_path}/requirements.txt

Examples

  • Optional flags

    [--secure] - security check if package not secure, operation is not allowed on vulnerable package

    [--auto] - auto replace with secure version

    [--report] report filename - writes operation report to given file.

  • Online single package install to virtual environment(optional - if not it installs current python environment)
secpip install [package name] -v [venv dir] --secure --auto
  • Offline single package install from package directory to virtual environment(optional - if not it installs current python environment)
secpip install [package name] -v [venv dir] -p [downloaded package directory] --secure --auto
  • Online install packages from requirements file to virtual environment
secpip install -r [requirements path] -v [venv dir] --secure --auto  --report [report filename]
  • Offline install requirements file packages from package directory to virtual environment(optional - if not it installs current python environment)
secpip install -r [requirements path] -v [venv dir] -p [downloaded package directory] --secure --auto

Dump

Dump command description and arguments

usage: secpip dump [-h] [--secure] [--auto] [--report REPORT_DIR]
              [-v ENVIRONMENT_DIR] [-p PACKAGE_DIR] [-r REQUIREMENTS_DIR]

Dump pip packages:
            - from package name to to directory as setup file
            - from requirements to directory as setup files
            - from venv to directory as setup files
            - from venv to requirements as metadata

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --secure              A flag for security check option
  --auto                A flag for auto correct versions
  --report REPORT_DIR   Report Extraction Option
  -v ENVIRONMENT_DIR, --venv_dir ENVIRONMENT_DIR
                        Python environment path to extract installed modules
  -p PACKAGE_DIR, --package_dir PACKAGE_DIR
                        Downloaded package directory for offline install
  -r REQUIREMENTS_DIR, --requirements_file REQUIREMENTS_DIR
                        Requirements txt i/o file path, default is
                        {current_path}/requirements.txt

Examples

  • Optional flags

    [--secure] - security check if package not secure, operation is not allowed on vulnerable package

    [--auto] - auto replace with secure version

    [--report] report filename - writes operation report to given file.

  • Single package download to directory
secpip dump [package name] -p [directory to download] --secure --auto
  • Download packages from virtual environment to directory
secpip dump -v [venv dir] -p [downloaded package directory] --secure --auto
  • Download packages from requirements file to directory
secpip dump -r [requirements path] -p [downloaded package directory] --secure --auto

Uninstall

Dump command description and arguments. This command just added to uninstall multiple packages. :)

  • Multiple packages can be uninstall from environment by using requirements file argument.
usage: secpip uninstall [-h] [-venv ENVIRONMENT_DIR] [-r REQUIREMENTS_DIR]

Uninstall pip packages as batch by using requirement file

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v ENVIRONMENT_DIR, --venv_dir ENVIRONMENT_DIR
                        Python environment path that will be uninstall modules
                        from
  -r REQUIREMENTS_DIR, --requirements_file REQUIREMENTS_DIR
                        Requirements txt i/o file path, default is
                        {current_path}/requirements.txt

Examples

  • Optional flags

    [-v], [--venv_dir] - Environment directory is optional if not given it uses currently active python environment.

  • Single package uninstall from environment
secpip uninstall [package name] -v [venv dir] --secure --auto
  • Multiple package uninstall from environment
secpip uninstall -r [requirements path] -v [venv dir] --secure --auto

Migrate

Migrate command description and arguments

usage: secpip migrate [-h] [--secure] [--auto] [--report REPORT_DIR] -s SRC_VENV -d
              DST_VENV

Migrate virtual environment to another virtual environment

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --secure              A flag for security check option
  --auto                A flag for auto correct versions
  --report REPORT_DIR   Report Extraction Option
  -s SRC_VENV, --src SRC_VENV
                        Source Python environment path to migrate modules
  -d DST_VENV, --dst DST_VENV
                        Destination Python environment path to migrate modules

Examples

  • Optional flags

    [--secure] - security check if package not secure, operation is not allowed on vulnerable package

    [--auto] - auto replace with secure version

    [--report] report filename - writes operation report to given file.

  • Migrate virtual env to another new one securely
secpip migrate -s [Source Python environment path] -d [Destination Python environment path] --secure --auto

Sync:

Just run command below to sync vulnerability database.

secpip sync

Roadmap

  • Improve Windows support -- It can only be installed in virtual environment
  • Add excluded packages option
  • Collect vulnerabilities from different sources, validate and extend vulnerability database with Ai (apply Nlp techniques on vulnerability sources, source code analysis etc.)
  • Service for vulnerability check

See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).

Contributing

Contributions are what make the open source community such an amazing place to be learn, inspire, and create. Any contributions you make are greatly appreciated.

  1. Fork the Project
  2. Create your Feature Branch (git checkout -b feature/AmazingFeature)
  3. Commit your Changes (git commit -m 'Add some AmazingFeature')
  4. Push to the Branch (git push origin feature/AmazingFeature)
  5. Open a Pull Request

License

Distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE for more information.

Contact

M.Yasin SAGLAM - myasinsaglam@crypttech.com

Project Link: https://github.com/myasinsaglam/secpip

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