Java Code Examples for org.apache.flink.shaded.netty4.io.netty.handler.codec.string.StringDecoder

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Example 1
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testClientUntrustedCertificate() throws Exception {
	final Configuration serverConfig = createSslConfig();
	final Configuration clientConfig = createSslConfig();

	// give the client a different keystore / certificate
	clientConfig.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	final NettyConfig nettyServerConfig = createNettyConfig(serverConfig);
	final NettyConfig nettyClientConfig = createNettyConfig(clientConfig);

	final NettyBufferPool bufferPool = new NettyBufferPool(1);
	final NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	final NettyServer server = NettyTestUtil.initServer(nettyServerConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyClient client = NettyTestUtil.initClient(nettyClientConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = new NettyServerAndClient(server, client);

	final Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testClientUntrustedCertificate() throws Exception {
	final Configuration serverConfig = createSslConfig();
	final Configuration clientConfig = createSslConfig();

	// give the client a different keystore / certificate
	clientConfig.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	final NettyConfig nettyServerConfig = createNettyConfig(serverConfig);
	final NettyConfig nettyClientConfig = createNettyConfig(clientConfig);

	final NettyBufferPool bufferPool = new NettyBufferPool(1);
	final NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	final NettyServer server = NettyTestUtil.initServer(nettyServerConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyClient client = NettyTestUtil.initClient(nettyClientConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = new NettyServerAndClient(server, client);

	final Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testClientUntrustedCertificate() throws Exception {
	final Configuration serverConfig = createSslConfig();
	final Configuration clientConfig = createSslConfig();

	// give the client a different keystore / certificate
	clientConfig.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	final NettyConfig nettyServerConfig = createNettyConfig(serverConfig);
	final NettyConfig nettyClientConfig = createNettyConfig(clientConfig);

	final NettyBufferPool bufferPool = new NettyBufferPool(1);
	final NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	final NettyServer server = NettyTestUtil.initServer(nettyServerConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyClient client = NettyTestUtil.initClient(nettyClientConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = new NettyServerAndClient(server, client);

	final Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private void testValidSslConnection(Configuration sslConfig) throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(sslConfig);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);

	SslHandler sslHandler = (SslHandler) ch.pipeline().get("ssl");
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT, sslHandler.getHandshakeTimeoutMillis());
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_CLOSE_NOTIFY_FLUSH_TIMEOUT, sslHandler.getCloseNotifyFlushTimeoutMillis());

	// should be able to send text data
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());
	assertTrue(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	// session context is only be available after a session was setup -> this should be true after data was sent
	SSLSessionContext sessionContext = sslHandler.engine().getSession().getSessionContext();
	assertNotNull("bug in unit test setup: session context not available", sessionContext);
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_CACHE_SIZE, sessionContext.getSessionCacheSize());
	int sessionTimeout = sslConfig.getInteger(SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_TIMEOUT);
	if (sessionTimeout != -1) {
		// session timeout config is in milliseconds but the context returns it in seconds
		assertEquals(sessionTimeout / 1000, sessionContext.getSessionTimeout());
	} else {
		assertTrue("default value (-1) should not be propagated", sessionContext.getSessionTimeout() >= 0);
	}

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Verify SSL handshake error when untrusted server certificate is used.
 */
@Test
public void testSslHandshakeError() throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	Configuration config = createSslConfig();

	// Use a server certificate which is not present in the truststore
	config.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(config);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
private void testValidSslConnection(Configuration sslConfig) throws Exception {
	OneShotLatch serverChannelInitComplete = new OneShotLatch();
	final SslHandler[] serverSslHandler = new SslHandler[1];

	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(sslConfig);

	final NettyBufferPool bufferPool = new NettyBufferPool(1);
	final NettyServer server = NettyTestUtil.initServer(
		nettyConfig,
		bufferPool,
		sslHandlerFactory ->
			new TestingServerChannelInitializer(
				protocol,
				sslHandlerFactory,
				serverChannelInitComplete,
				serverSslHandler));
	final NettyClient client = NettyTestUtil.initClient(nettyConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = new NettyServerAndClient(server, client);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);

	SslHandler clientSslHandler = (SslHandler) ch.pipeline().get("ssl");
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT, clientSslHandler.getHandshakeTimeoutMillis());
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_CLOSE_NOTIFY_FLUSH_TIMEOUT, clientSslHandler.getCloseNotifyFlushTimeoutMillis());

	// should be able to send text data
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());
	ch.writeAndFlush("test").sync();

	// session context is only be available after a session was setup -> this should be true after data was sent
	serverChannelInitComplete.await();
	assertNotNull(serverSslHandler[0]);

	// verify server parameters
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT, serverSslHandler[0].getHandshakeTimeoutMillis());
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_CLOSE_NOTIFY_FLUSH_TIMEOUT, serverSslHandler[0].getCloseNotifyFlushTimeoutMillis());
	SSLSessionContext sessionContext = serverSslHandler[0].engine().getSession().getSessionContext();
	assertNotNull("bug in unit test setup: session context not available", sessionContext);
	// note: can't verify session cache setting at the client - delegate to server instead (with our own channel initializer)
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_CACHE_SIZE, sessionContext.getSessionCacheSize());
	int sessionTimeout = sslConfig.getInteger(SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_TIMEOUT);
	if (sessionTimeout != -1) {
		// session timeout config is in milliseconds but the context returns it in seconds
		assertEquals(sessionTimeout / 1000, sessionContext.getSessionTimeout());
	} else {
		assertTrue("default value (-1) should not be propagated", sessionContext.getSessionTimeout() >= 0);
	}

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 7
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Verify SSL handshake error when untrusted server certificate is used.
 */
@Test
public void testSslHandshakeError() throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	Configuration config = createSslConfig();

	// Use a server certificate which is not present in the truststore
	config.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(config);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
private void testValidSslConnection(Configuration sslConfig) throws Exception {
	OneShotLatch serverChannelInitComplete = new OneShotLatch();
	final SslHandler[] serverSslHandler = new SslHandler[1];

	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(sslConfig);

	final NettyBufferPool bufferPool = new NettyBufferPool(1);
	final NettyServer server = NettyTestUtil.initServer(
		nettyConfig,
		bufferPool,
		sslHandlerFactory ->
			new TestingServerChannelInitializer(
				protocol,
				sslHandlerFactory,
				serverChannelInitComplete,
				serverSslHandler));
	final NettyClient client = NettyTestUtil.initClient(nettyConfig, protocol, bufferPool);
	final NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = new NettyServerAndClient(server, client);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);

	SslHandler clientSslHandler = (SslHandler) ch.pipeline().get("ssl");
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT, clientSslHandler.getHandshakeTimeoutMillis());
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_CLOSE_NOTIFY_FLUSH_TIMEOUT, clientSslHandler.getCloseNotifyFlushTimeoutMillis());

	// should be able to send text data
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());
	ch.writeAndFlush("test").sync();

	// session context is only be available after a session was setup -> this should be true after data was sent
	serverChannelInitComplete.await();
	assertNotNull(serverSslHandler[0]);

	// verify server parameters
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT, serverSslHandler[0].getHandshakeTimeoutMillis());
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_CLOSE_NOTIFY_FLUSH_TIMEOUT, serverSslHandler[0].getCloseNotifyFlushTimeoutMillis());
	SSLSessionContext sessionContext = serverSslHandler[0].engine().getSession().getSessionContext();
	assertNotNull("bug in unit test setup: session context not available", sessionContext);
	// note: can't verify session cache setting at the client - delegate to server instead (with our own channel initializer)
	assertEqualsOrDefault(sslConfig, SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_CACHE_SIZE, sessionContext.getSessionCacheSize());
	int sessionTimeout = sslConfig.getInteger(SSL_INTERNAL_SESSION_TIMEOUT);
	if (sessionTimeout != -1) {
		// session timeout config is in milliseconds but the context returns it in seconds
		assertEquals(sessionTimeout / 1000, sessionContext.getSessionTimeout());
	} else {
		assertTrue("default value (-1) should not be propagated", sessionContext.getSessionTimeout() >= 0);
	}

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Verify SSL handshake error when untrusted server certificate is used.
 */
@Test
public void testSslHandshakeError() throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	Configuration config = createSslConfig();

	// Use a server certificate which is not present in the truststore
	config.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_KEYSTORE, "src/test/resources/untrusted.keystore");

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(config);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	// Attempting to write data over ssl should fail
	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 10
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testSslPinningForValidFingerprint() throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	Configuration config = createSslConfig();

	// pin the certificate based on internal cert
	config.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_CERT_FINGERPRINT, SSLUtilsTest.getCertificateFingerprint(config, "flink.test"));

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(config);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	assertTrue(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}
 
Example 11
Source Project: flink   Source File: NettyClientServerSslTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testSslPinningForInvalidFingerprint() throws Exception {
	NettyProtocol protocol = new NoOpProtocol();

	Configuration config = createSslConfig();

	// pin the certificate based on internal cert
	config.setString(SecurityOptions.SSL_INTERNAL_CERT_FINGERPRINT, SSLUtilsTest.getCertificateFingerprint(config, "flink.test").replaceAll("[0-9A-Z]", "0"));

	NettyConfig nettyConfig = createNettyConfig(config);

	NettyTestUtil.NettyServerAndClient serverAndClient = NettyTestUtil.initServerAndClient(protocol, nettyConfig);

	Channel ch = NettyTestUtil.connect(serverAndClient);
	ch.pipeline().addLast(new StringDecoder()).addLast(new StringEncoder());

	assertFalse(ch.writeAndFlush("test").await().isSuccess());

	NettyTestUtil.shutdown(serverAndClient);
}