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Tobias Mueller 889f67d 

#!/usr/bin/env python

import argparse
from collections import namedtuple
import logging
import os
import subprocess

import gnupg
from gnupg import _make_binary_stream

from gpg_colon import GPGRecordLine
from sendemail import send_email, MTText

TEMPLATE = '''Hello {name},

you signed my key {old_keyid} which I am now deprecating.
I am rolling over to my new OpenPGP Key {new_keyid}.
The new fingerprint is {new_fingerprint}.

I have a attached a copy of my new key and signed it with my old key.

You might want to sign the new key as well.


log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

class DummyResult(object):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.log = logging.getLogger('DummyResult')

    def handle_status(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.log.debug("Handling status %s, %s", args, kwargs)

class AddUIDResult(object):
    '''This is just some cruft lying around in case one needs that in the future
    however, I don't think it's likely going to happen.
    def __init__(self, gpg, name, email, comment):
        self.gpg = gpg = name = email
        self.comment = comment

    def handle_status(self, key, val):
        log.debug("Handling status %s, %s", key, val)
        {'GET_LINE': '',
        'GOT_IT': '',
        'GOOD_PASSPHRASE': '', 
        'GET_BOOL': '',
        linehandler = {
            'keygen.comment': self.comment,
            'keyedit.prompt': 'save', 
            '': 'y',

def _extract_name_email_from_uid(uid):
        marker = uid.index('<')
        name = uid[:marker-1] # Assuming that a uid looks like "foo bar <>", this extracts the name
        email = uid[marker+1:-1]
        comment = ""
        return (name, email, comment)

class OpenPGPKey(object):
    GPG = 'gpg' # The binary to call
    def __init__(self, keyid, enforce_secret=True, extra_args=None):
        self.keyid = keyid #FIXME: This needs to be normalised, because other parts depend on this keyid, however, it could be the whole fingerprint as well!
        self.extra_args = extra_args or []
        self.GnuPG = gnupg.GPG(gnupghome='/tmp/gnupg/test') # FIXME: Reset homedir

        if enforce_secret:
            print self.is_secret_key()
    def _build_gpg_args(self, args):
        cmd = [self.GPG] + self.extra_args + args

        return cmd

    def _call_gpg(self, args):
        cmd = self._build_gpg_args(args)
        log.debug('Calling GPG: %s', ' '.join(cmd))
        output = subprocess.check_output(cmd)
        return output

    def fingerprint(self):
        '''Returns the fingerprint of the current key'''
        all_keys = self.GnuPG.list_keys(True)
            fpr = [k['fingerprint'] for k in all_keys
                if k['keyid'].endswith(self.keyid)][0] # This is a fuzzy match, because python-gnupg would use 8 byte (represented as 16 hex characters) representations whereas the "normal" GnuPG is 4 byte.
        except IndexError:
            log.critical("Couldn't find fingerprint for key with id %s. "
                "Maybe the id is wrong or bogosly formatted",
  "The following keys are available:\n%s",
                [(k['keyid'], k['fingerprint']) for k in all_keys])

        return fpr
    def is_secret_key(self, keyid=None):
        '''Raises an exception is the key is not found by gpg as a secret key
        It basically calls gpg --list-secret-keys to determine the 
        existence of a key.
        The exception raised is subprocess.CalledProcessError.
        keyid = keyid or self.keyid
        gpg_args = ['--list-secret-keys', keyid]
        cmd = self._build_gpg_args(gpg_args)
        ret = subprocess.check_call(cmd)
        return ret

    def get_signatures(self):
        '''Yields identities that signed this key
        It calls gpg and parses the output, which might look like
        sig:::17:DC03BAA3D3492A2A:2005-03-30::::Tobias Mueller <>:18x:
        FIXME: Use gpg_colon many_from_colon_lines API
        gpg_args = ['--with-colons', '--list-sigs', self.keyid]
        gpg_sigs = self._call_gpg(gpg_args)
        for line in gpg_sigs.splitlines():
            fields = line.split(':')
            if not fields[0] == 'sig':
                log.debug('Parsing %s which is not a sig', fields)
                sig_line = GPGRecordLine(*fields)
                log.debug('Got the following Signature Line: %s', sig_line)
                yield sig_line.userid

    def get_userids(self):
        '''Yields identities that are on this key
        It calls gpg and parses the output, which might look like:
        sec::1024:17:DC03BAA3D3492A2A:2005-03-30:2012-04-30:::Tobias Mueller <>::sca:
        uid:::::2011-06-24::AA9937BF330C75548D95EF819B5BB8CD5BD9BF56::Tobias Mueller <>:
        uid:::::2011-06-24::9C843455585DCECE3960F420652940B30AEABD2A::Tobias Mueller <>:
        gpg_args = ['--with-colons', '--list-secret-keys', self.keyid]
        gpg_sigs = self._call_gpg(gpg_args)
        for line in GPGRecordLine.many_from_colon_lines(gpg_sigs, filter=('sec', 'uid')):
            yield line.userid

    def generate_new_key(cls, uids):
        '''Generates a new OpenPGP Key by calling gpg
        You need to provide a list of uids, the first UID in that list will be
        the primary uid
        Lots of parameters are not influencable right now, such as the key type.
        primary_uid = uids.pop(0)
        keylen = 64 # FIXME: Pimp up to 4096
        inputlines = [
            'Key-Type: RSA',
            #'Name-Email: too',
            'Key-Length: %d' % keylen,
            'Name-Real: %s' % primary_uid, 
            'Expire-Date: 5y',
            'Subkey-Type: RSA',
            'Subkey-Length: %d' % keylen,
            '%echo Not setting any passphrase at all! Please take care about that',
        gpg_input = '\n'.join(inputlines)
        GnuPG = gnupg.GPG(gnupghome='/tmp/gnupg/test') # This can not be self. because we are in a classmethod
        '''newgpgkey = GnuPG.gen_key(gpg_input)
        newkeyid = [k['keyid'] for k in newgpgkey.gpg.list_keys(True)
            if k['fingerprint'] == newgpgkey.fingerprint][0]
        newkeyid = '515D4491' # FIXME: Reset
        newkey = OpenPGPKey(newkeyid, extra_args=['--homedir','/tmp/gnupg/test'])
        # add UIDs to key
        for uid in uids:
        return newkey

    def add_uid(self, uid):
        '''Adds a new UID onto a key
        The UID needs to be in the very special form:
        Some Name <>
        where the important bits is the opening and closing bracket.
        result = DummyResult(self.GnuPG)
        args = [
            '--edit-key' , self.keyid, 'adduid']
        # Eh, this is mean. The damn thing expects Name, EMail and Comment to be seperated
        name, email, comment = _extract_name_email_from_uid(uid)
        data = ''
        data += "%s\n" % name
        data += "%s\n" % email
        data += "%s\n" % '' # comment
        #data += "O\n"
        data += "save\n"
        data += "y\n"
        fdata = _make_binary_stream(data, 'ascii')
        self.GnuPG._handle_io(args, fdata, result, passphrase=None)
        return result

    def sign_key(self, otherkey):
        '''Signs other key identified by "otherkey"
        please see GnuPG manual for the format of the otherkey specification.
        result = DummyResult(self.GnuPG)
        args = [
            '--local-user' , self.keyid,
            '--default-cert-level', '3',
            '--sign-key', otherkey,
        data = ''
        data += "y\n"
        fdata = _make_binary_stream(data, 'ascii')
        self.GnuPG._handle_io(args, fdata, result, passphrase=None)
        return result

def rollover(keyid, template=TEMPLATE, newkeyid=None):
    print keyid
        key = OpenPGPKey(keyid)
    except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
        log.error("The key id provided (%s) doesn't seem to exist. "
            "Check the output of gpg --list-secret-keys for "
            "available keys", keyid)
    sigs = key.get_signatures() # We could make that a set to avoid duplicates
    log.debug('The new ID to use is %s', newkeyid)
    if not newkeyid:
        user_ids = key.get_userids()
        user_ids = list(user_ids) #FIXME: do not list the generator
        log.debug('Found the following UIDs on the key: %s', user_ids)
        # generate new key with found UIDs.
        newkey = OpenPGPKey.generate_new_key(user_ids)
        newkeyid = newkey.keyid

            newkey = OpenPGPKey(newkeyid)
        except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
            log.error("The key id provided (%s) for the new key "
                "doesn't seem to exist. "
                "Check the output of gpg --list-secret-keys for "
                "available keys", newkeyid)
    # Sign the new key with the old
    # Have a general public message to upload somewhere
    #name, email, comment = ('World', '', '')
    for sig in sigs:
        name, email, comment = _extract_name_email_from_uid(sig)
        log.debug("Got a signature from %s with email %s", name, email)        
        # Create the message from Template and sign with both keys
        formatdict = dict(
            new_keyid = newkey.keyid,
            new_fingerprint = newkey.fingerprint,
            email = email,
            name = name,
            myname = 'Not yet implemented', # FIXME: we don't obtain the name of the key yet
        message = template.format(formatdict)
        log.debug("Constructing the following message: %s", message)

        # Encrypt the message to everyone that signed the old key, maybe within the last two year or so
        # We need to get all the keys *sigh*
        # Or maybe not encrypt if it doesn't work
        signed_message = newkey.GnuPG.sign(message).data
        if send_emails:
            subject = "Moving to a new OpenPGP Key {}".format(formatdict)
            from_address = my_email_address
            send_email(email, subject, signed_message, fromaddress)


def main(options):
    keyid = options.keyid
    if options.write_template:
        fname = keyid
        if os.access(fname, os.F_OK):
            raise RuntimeError('File "%s" exists, please delete and try'
            ' again' % fname)
            with open(fname, 'w') as f:
        if options.use_template:
            log.debug('Reading template from %s', options.use_template)
            template = open(options.use_template).read()
            template = TEMPLATE

        return rollover(keyid, template=template, newkeyid=options.new_key_id)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Migrate from one '
        'OpenPGP Key to a new one.')
        help='Set the id of the key to migrate away from')
    parser.add_argument('-t', '--use-template',
        help='Use the template from file mentioned. See '
        '--write-template to write out the built-in template')
    parser.add_argument('-n', '--new-key-id',
        help='Instead of generating a new key automatically, use this '
        'key instead.')
    parser.add_argument('-w', '--write-template',
        help='Write the template the file mentioned as keyid so that '
        'you can customize the message')
    parser.add_argument('--verbose', '-v', action='count')
    args = parser.parse_args()

    default_loglevel = logging.ERROR
    debug_level = default_loglevel - (args.verbose or 0) * 10
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