Log message for revision 29882:
  Forward-port fix for Collector #1656 from 2.7 branch.

Changed:
  U   Zope/trunk/doc/CHANGES.txt
  U   Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/ZopeGuards.py
  U   Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/actual_python.py
  U   Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/testZopeGuards.py
  U   Zope/trunk/lib/python/Products/PythonScripts/tests/testPythonScript.py

-=-
Modified: Zope/trunk/doc/CHANGES.txt
===================================================================
--- Zope/trunk/doc/CHANGES.txt  2005-04-05 13:48:49 UTC (rev 29881)
+++ Zope/trunk/doc/CHANGES.txt  2005-04-05 20:40:42 UTC (rev 29882)
@@ -31,6 +31,9 @@
 
     Bugs fixed
 
+      - Collector #1656: Fixed enumeration within untrusted code
+        (forward-port from 2.7 branch).
+
       - Collector #1721: Fixed handling of an empty indexed_attrs parameter
 
 

Modified: Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/ZopeGuards.py
===================================================================
--- Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/ZopeGuards.py   2005-04-05 13:48:49 UTC 
(rev 29881)
+++ Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/ZopeGuards.py   2005-04-05 20:40:42 UTC 
(rev 29882)
@@ -72,86 +72,44 @@
         return v
     raise Unauthorized, 'unauthorized access to element %s' % `i`
 
-if sys.version_info < (2, 2):
-    # Can't use nested scopes, so we create callable instances
-    class get_dict_get:
-        def __init__(self, d, name):
-            self.d = d
+# Create functions using nested scope to store state
+# This is less expensive then instantiating and calling instances
+def get_dict_get(d, name):
+    def guarded_get(key, default=None):
+        try:
+            return guarded_getitem(d, key)
+        except KeyError:
+            return default
+    return guarded_get
 
-        def __call__(self, key, default=None):
-            try:
-                return guarded_getitem(self.d, key)
-            except KeyError:
+def get_dict_pop(d, name):
+    def guarded_pop(key, default=_marker):
+        try:
+            v = guarded_getitem(d, key)
+        except KeyError:
+            if default is not _marker:
                 return default
-
-    class get_dict_pop:
-        def __init__(self, d, name):
-            self.d = d
-
-        def __call__(self, key, default=_marker):
-            try:
-                v = guarded_getitem(self.d, key)
-            except KeyError:
-                if default is not _marker:
-                    return default
-                raise
-            else:
-                del self.d[key]
-                return v
-
-    # Dict methods not in Python 2.1
-    get_iter = 0
-
-    class get_list_pop:
-        def __init__(self, lst, name):
-            self.lst = lst
-
-        def __call__(self, index=-1):
-            # XXX This is not thread safe, but we don't expect
-            # XXX thread interactions between python scripts <wink>
-            v = guarded_getitem(self.lst, index)
-            del self.lst[index]
+            raise
+        else:
+            del d[key]
             return v
+    return guarded_pop
 
-else:
-    # Python 2.2 or better: Create functions using nested scope to store state
-    # This is less expensive then instantiating and calling instances
-    def get_dict_get(d, name):
-        def guarded_get(key, default=None):
-            try:
-                return guarded_getitem(d, key)
-            except KeyError:
-                return default
-        return guarded_get
+def get_iter(c, name):
+    iter = getattr(c, name)
+    def guarded_iter():
+        return SafeIter(iter(), c)
+    return guarded_iter
 
-    def get_dict_pop(d, name):
-        def guarded_pop(key, default=_marker):
-            try:
-                v = guarded_getitem(d, key)
-            except KeyError:
-                if default is not _marker:
-                    return default
-                raise
-            else:
-                del d[key]
-                return v
-        return guarded_pop
+def get_list_pop(lst, name):
+    def guarded_pop(index=-1):
+        # XXX This is not thread safe, but we don't expect
+        # XXX thread interactions between python scripts <wink>
+        v = guarded_getitem(lst, index)
+        del lst[index]
+        return v
+    return guarded_pop
 
-    def get_iter(c, name):
-        iter = getattr(c, name)
-        def guarded_iter():
-            return SafeIter(iter(), c)
-        return guarded_iter
-
-    def get_list_pop(lst, name):
-        def guarded_pop(index=-1):
-            # XXX This is not thread safe, but we don't expect
-            # XXX thread interactions between python scripts <wink>
-            v = guarded_getitem(lst, index)
-            del lst[index]
-            return v
-        return guarded_pop
-
 # See comment in SimpleObjectPolicies for an explanation of what the
 # dicts below actually mean.
 
@@ -201,51 +159,51 @@
 # machinery on subsequent calls).  Use of a method on the SafeIter
 # class is avoided to ensure the best performance of the resulting
 # function.
+# The NullIter class skips the guard, and can be used to wrap an
+# iterator that is known to be safe (as in guarded_enumerate).
 
 
-if sys.version_info < (2, 2):
+class SafeIter(object):
+    #__slots__ = '_next', 'container'
+    __allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__ = 1
 
-    class SafeIter:
-        def __init__(self, sequence, container=None):
-            if container is None:
-                container = sequence
-            self.container = container
-            self.sequence = sequenece
-            self.next_index = 0
+    def __init__(self, ob, container=None):
+        self._next = iter(ob).next
+        if container is None:
+            container = ob
+        self.container = container
 
-        def __getitem__(self, index):
-            ob = self.sequence[self.next_index]
-            self.next_index += 1
-            guard(self.container, ob, self.next_index - 1)
-            return ob
+    def __iter__(self):
+        return self
 
-    def _error(index):
-        raise Unauthorized, 'unauthorized access to element %s' % `index`
+    def next(self):
+        ob = self._next()
+        guard(self.container, ob)
+        return ob
 
-else:
-    class SafeIter(object):
-        #__slots__ = '_next', 'container'
+class NullIter(SafeIter):
+    def __init__(self, ob):
+        self._next = ob.next
 
-        def __init__(self, ob, container=None):
-            self._next = iter(ob).next
-            if container is None:
-                container = ob
-            self.container = container
+    def next(self):
+        return self._next()
 
-        def __iter__(self):
-            return self
+def _error(index):
+    raise Unauthorized, 'unauthorized access to element'
 
-        def next(self):
-            ob = self._next()
-            guard(self.container, ob)
-            return ob
+def guarded_iter(*args):
+    if len(args) == 1:
+        i = args[0]
+        # Don't double-wrap
+        if isinstance(i, SafeIter):
+            return i
+        if not isinstance(i, xrange):
+            return SafeIter(i)
+    # Other call styles / targets don't need to be guarded
+    return NullIter(iter(*args))
 
-    def _error(index):
-        raise Unauthorized, 'unauthorized access to element'
+safe_builtins['iter'] = guarded_iter
 
-    safe_builtins['iter'] = SafeIter
-
-
 def guard(container, value, index=None):
     if Containers(type(container)) and Containers(type(value)):
         # Simple type.  Short circuit.
@@ -274,23 +232,23 @@
 
 def guarded_reduce(f, seq, initial=_marker):
     if initial is _marker:
-        return reduce(f, SafeIter(seq))
+        return reduce(f, guarded_iter(seq))
     else:
-        return reduce(f, SafeIter(seq), initial)
+        return reduce(f, guarded_iter(seq), initial)
 safe_builtins['reduce'] = guarded_reduce
 
 def guarded_max(item, *items):
     if items:
         item = [item]
         item.extend(items)
-    return max(SafeIter(item))
+    return max(guarded_iter(item))
 safe_builtins['max'] = guarded_max
 
 def guarded_min(item, *items):
     if items:
         item = [item]
         item.extend(items)
-    return min(SafeIter(item))
+    return min(guarded_iter(item))
 safe_builtins['min'] = guarded_min
 
 def guarded_map(f, *seqs):
@@ -346,11 +304,11 @@
 safe_builtins['dict'] = GuardedDictType()
 
 def guarded_enumerate(seq):
-    return enumerate(SafeIter(seq))
+    return NullIter(enumerate(guarded_iter(seq)))
 safe_builtins['enumerate'] = guarded_enumerate
 
 def guarded_sum(sequence, start=0):
-    return sum(SafeIter(sequence), start)
+    return sum(guarded_iter(sequence), start)
 safe_builtins['sum'] = guarded_sum
 
 def load_module(module, mname, mnameparts, validate, globals, locals):
@@ -406,6 +364,13 @@
 
 safe_builtins['apply'] = builtin_guarded_apply
 
+# This metaclass supplies the security declarations that allow all
+# attributes of a class and its instances to be read and written.
+def _metaclass(name, bases, dict):
+    ob = type(name, bases, dict)
+    ob.__allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__ = 1
+    ob._guarded_writes = 1
+    return ob
 
 # AccessControl clients generally need to set up a safe globals dict for
 # use by restricted code.  The get_safe_globals() function returns such
@@ -420,9 +385,10 @@
 # dict themselves, with key '_getattr_'.
 
 _safe_globals = {'__builtins__': safe_builtins,
+                 '__metaclass__': _metaclass,
                  '_apply_':      guarded_apply,
                  '_getitem_':    guarded_getitem,
-                 '_getiter_':    SafeIter,
+                 '_getiter_':    guarded_iter,
                  '_print_':      RestrictedPython.PrintCollector,
                  '_write_':      full_write_guard,
                  # The correct implementation of _getattr_, aka

Modified: Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/actual_python.py
===================================================================
--- Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/actual_python.py  2005-04-05 
13:48:49 UTC (rev 29881)
+++ Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/actual_python.py  2005-04-05 
20:40:42 UTC (rev 29882)
@@ -45,49 +45,47 @@
             return str(self.value)
     c1 = C()
     c2 = C()
-    # XXX Oops -- it's apparently against the rules to create a new
-    # XXX attribute.  Trying to yields
-    # XXX    TypeError: attribute-less object (assign or del)
-    ## c1.value = 12
-    ## assert getattr(c1, 'value') == 12
-    ## assert c1.display() == '12'
+    c1.value = 12
+    assert getattr(c1, 'value') == 12
+    assert c1.display() == '12'
     assert not hasattr(c2, 'value')
-    ## setattr(c2, 'value', 34)
-    ## assert c2.value == 34
-    ## assert hasattr(c2, 'value')
-    ## del c2.value
+    setattr(c2, 'value', 34)
+    assert c2.value == 34
+    assert hasattr(c2, 'value')
+    del c2.value
     assert not hasattr(c2, 'value')
 
     # OK, if we can't set new attributes, at least verify that we can't.
-    try:
-        c1.value = 12
-    except TypeError:
-        pass
-    else:
-        assert 0, "expected direct attribute creation to fail"
+    #try:
+    #    c1.value = 12
+    #except TypeError:
+    #    pass
+    #else:
+    #    assert 0, "expected direct attribute creation to fail"
 
-    try:
-        setattr(c1, 'value', 12)
-    except TypeError:
-        pass
-    else:
-        assert 0, "expected indirect attribute creation to fail"
+    #try:
+    #    setattr(c1, 'value', 12)
+    #except TypeError:
+    #    pass
+    #else:
+    #    assert 0, "expected indirect attribute creation to fail"
 
     assert getattr(C, "display", None) == getattr(C, "display")
+    delattr(C, "display")
 
-    try:
-        setattr(C, "display", lambda self: "replaced")
-    except TypeError:
-        pass
-    else:
-        assert 0, "expected setattr() attribute replacement to fail"
+    #try:
+    #    setattr(C, "display", lambda self: "replaced")
+    #except TypeError:
+    #    pass
+    #else:
+    #    assert 0, "expected setattr() attribute replacement to fail"
 
-    try:
-        delattr(C, "display")
-    except TypeError:
-        pass
-    else:
-        assert 0, "expected delattr() attribute deletion to fail"
+    #try:
+    #    delattr(C, "display")
+    #except TypeError:
+    #    pass
+    #else:
+    #    assert 0, "expected delattr() attribute deletion to fail"
 f6()
 
 def f7():
@@ -155,3 +153,7 @@
     assert same_type(3, 2, 1), 'expected same type'
     assert not same_type(3, 2, 'a'), 'expected not same type'
 f9()
+
+def f10():
+    assert iter(enumerate(iter(iter(range(9))))).next() == (0, 0)
+f10()

Modified: Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/testZopeGuards.py
===================================================================
--- Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/testZopeGuards.py 2005-04-05 
13:48:49 UTC (rev 29881)
+++ Zope/trunk/lib/python/AccessControl/tests/testZopeGuards.py 2005-04-05 
20:40:42 UTC (rev 29882)
@@ -442,7 +442,11 @@
         g['__name__'] = __name__ # so classes can be defined in the script
         return code, g
 
-    # Compile code in fname, as restricted Python.  Return the
+    def testPythonRealAC(self):
+        code, its_globals = self._compile("actual_python.py")
+        exec code in its_globals
+
+    # Compile code in fname, as restricted Python. Return the
     # compiled code, and a safe globals dict for running it in.
     # fname is the string name of a Python file; it must be found
     # in the same directory as this file.

Modified: Zope/trunk/lib/python/Products/PythonScripts/tests/testPythonScript.py
===================================================================
--- Zope/trunk/lib/python/Products/PythonScripts/tests/testPythonScript.py      
2005-04-05 13:48:49 UTC (rev 29881)
+++ Zope/trunk/lib/python/Products/PythonScripts/tests/testPythonScript.py      
2005-04-05 20:40:42 UTC (rev 29882)
@@ -202,12 +202,12 @@
         self.assertPSRaises(ImportError, body="import mmap")
 
     def testAttributeAssignment(self):
-        # It's illegal to assign to attributes of anything except
-        # list or dict.
+        # It's illegal to assign to attributes of anything that
+        # doesn't has enabling security declared.
+        # Classes (and their instances) defined by restricted code
+        # are an exception -- they are fully readable and writable.
         cases = [("import string", "string"),
-                 ("class Spam: pass", "Spam"),
                  ("def f(): pass", "f"),
-                 ("class Spam: pass\nspam = Spam()", "spam"),
                  ]
         assigns = ["%s.splat = 'spam'",
                    "setattr(%s, '_getattr_', lambda x, y: True)",
@@ -236,7 +236,7 @@
 
     def test__name__(self):
         f = self._filePS('class.__name__')
-        self.assertEqual(f(), ('?.foo', "'string'"))
+        self.assertEqual(f(), ("'foo'>", "'string'"))
 
     def test_filepath(self):
         # This test is meant to raise a deprecation warning.

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