splunksecrets - Encrypt / Decrypt Splunk encrypted passwords
splunksecrets is a tool for working with Splunk secrets offline. It currently supports encryption and decryption of passwords, but in the future will support offline recursive conversion of a Splunk installation from one splunk.secret file to another (e.g. for synchronizing splunk.secret across your entire distributed infrastructure).
splunksecrets can be installed using pip3:
pip3 install splunksecrets
Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, can be installed directly from github:
pip3 install git+https://github.com/HurricaneLabs/splunksecrets.git
usage: splunksecrets [-h] [--splunk-secret SPLUNK_SECRET] [--splunk-secret-text SPLUNK_SECRET_TEXT] [-D] [--new] [--nosalt] [--password PASSWORD] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --splunk-secret SPLUNK_SECRET --splunk-secret-text SPLUNK_SECRET_TEXT -D, --decrypt -H, --hash-passwd --new --nosalt --password PASSWORD
Use --new when encrypting/decrypting Splunk 7.2 secrets (indicated by $7$)
Use --nosalt when encrypting/decrypting Splunk pre-7.2 secrets that are not hashed
Use --splunk-secret to specify a path to splunk.secret, or use the SPLUNK_SECRET environment variable
Use --splunk-secret-text to specify splunk.secret contents on the command line, or use the SPLUNK_SECRET_TEXT environment variable
Use --password to specify password to be encrypted/decrypted on the command line, or use the PASSWORD environment variable
NOTE: when doing so, on *nix or other platforms running bash-like shells, you must escape the $ in passwords, like so:
splunksecrets --splunk-secret-text ... --password \$1\$.....
Use --hash-password to generate a hash for $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/passwd
Splunk passwd hashes
Splunk password hashes are not, strictly speaking, encrypted. They’re hashed using the standard Unix crypt function. The $6$ indicates that SHA-512 hashing algorithm is used. Details on SHA-crypt can be found here.
Splunk prior to 7.2 used RC4 encryption for secrets, indicated in configuration files by $1$ in the encrypted password. The plaintext password is XOR’ed with a static salt (DEFAULTSA) and then RC4 encrypted using the first 16-bytes of splunk.secret as the key. The resulting ciphertext is base64-encoded and prepended with $1$ to produce the encrypted password seen in the configuration files.
Starting in Splunk 7.2, AES256-GCM is used for encryption of secrets, indicated in configuration files by $7$ in the encrypted password. The PBKDF2 algorithm is used to derive an encryption key from all 254 bytes of splunk.secret (the newline character is stripped from the end of the file), using a static salt of disk-encryption and a single iteration. This 256-bit key is then used as the encryption key for AES256-GCM, with a 16-byte randomly generated initialization vector. The encryption produces both the ciphertext as well as a “tag” that is used as part of integrity verification. The iv, ciphertext, and tag (in that order) are concatenated, base64-encoded, and prepended with $7$ to produce the encrypted password seen in the configuration files.
- If the splunk secret and an encrypted password don’t match, one of two things will happen - either you’ll get gibberish output, or a Python traceback. At some point, we’ll hopefully have better error checking for this.
Version 0.5.0 (2020-06-23)
- Add support for passing a path to splunk.secret, the splunk.secret contents, and the password/password hash via environment variables (thanks hanswurscht)
- Added error output when trying to decrypt user passwords
Version 0.4.3 (2020-02-17)
- Correct an issue when splunk secret is too long. Splunk handles this by truncating splunk.secret to 254 bytes, so we now do the same (thanks nbertram)
- Added error checking in case, somehow, splunk secret is too short.
Version 0.4.2 (2019-09-29)
- Add handling for incorrectly padded (but otherwise correct) password strings as a convenience (thanks rafrey-his)
Version 0.4.1 (2019-09-11)
- Fix an issue in Python 3 when using --splunk-secret-text (thanks Joeboyc2)
Version 0.4.0 (2019-03-25)
- Add --hash-passwd flag for generating Splunk password hashes
Version 0.3.1 (2019-02-06)
- Fix bug when a character in the password was the same as the salt character
- Add --splunk-secret-text and --password arguments for non-interactive use (thanks nadidsky)
Version 0.3.0 (2019-01-26)
- Add --nosalt flag for pre-7.2 passwords that are not salted, such as sslPassword (thanks duckfez)
Version 0.2.1 (2018-10-27)
- Cosmetic release to update metadata on PyPI
Version 0.2.0 (2018-10-24)
- Add support for Splunk 7.2
Version 0.1.0 (2018-10-08)
- Initial release
- Support Splunk < 7.2
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