File net-smtp-fix-PlainAuth-to-refuse-to-send-passwords-to-non-TLS-servers.patch of Package go1.7.7397

From 4be3fc33ef512532b916aa14258087e89eb47347 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Russ Cox <rsc@golang.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2017 13:24:49 -0400
Subject: [PATCH] [release-branch.go1.8] net/smtp: fix PlainAuth to refuse to
 send passwords to non-TLS servers

PlainAuth originally refused to send passwords to non-TLS servers
and was documented as such.

In 2013, issue #5184 was filed objecting to the TLS requirement,
despite the fact that it is spelled out clearly in RFC 4954.
The only possibly legitimate use case raised was using PLAIN auth
for connections to localhost, and the suggested fix was to let the
server decide: if it advertises that PLAIN auth is OK, believe it.
That approach was adopted in CL 8279043 and released in Go 1.1.

Unfortunately, this is exactly wrong. The whole point of the TLS
requirement is to make sure not to send the password to the wrong
server or to a man-in-the-middle. Instead of implementing this rule,
CL 8279043 blindly trusts the server, so that if a man-in-the-middle
says "it's OK, you can send me your password," PlainAuth does.
And the documentation was not updated to reflect any of this.

This CL restores the original TLS check, as required by RFC 4954
and as promised in the documentation for PlainAuth.
It then carves out a documented exception for connections made
to localhost (defined as "localhost", "127.0.0.1", or "::1").

Cherry-pick of CL 68170.

Change-Id: I1d3729bbd33aa2f11a03f4c000e6bb473164957b
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/68023
Run-TryBot: Russ Cox <rsc@golang.org>
Reviewed-by: Chris Broadfoot <cbro@golang.org>
---
 src/net/smtp/auth.go      | 33 ++++++++++++++++++---------------
 src/net/smtp/smtp_test.go | 32 ++++++++++++++++++++++----------
 2 files changed, 40 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/net/smtp/auth.go b/src/net/smtp/auth.go
index 3f1339ebc56..fd1a472f930 100644
--- a/src/net/smtp/auth.go
+++ b/src/net/smtp/auth.go
@@ -44,26 +44,29 @@ type plainAuth struct {
 }
 
 // PlainAuth returns an Auth that implements the PLAIN authentication
-// mechanism as defined in RFC 4616.
-// The returned Auth uses the given username and password to authenticate
-// on TLS connections to host and act as identity. Usually identity will be
-// left blank to act as username.
+// mechanism as defined in RFC 4616. The returned Auth uses the given
+// username and password to authenticate to host and act as identity.
+// Usually identity should be the empty string, to act as username.
+//
+// PlainAuth will only send the credentials if the connection is using TLS
+// or is connected to localhost. Otherwise authentication will fail with an
+// error, without sending the credentials.
 func PlainAuth(identity, username, password, host string) Auth {
 	return &plainAuth{identity, username, password, host}
 }
 
+func isLocalhost(name string) bool {
+	return name == "localhost" || name == "127.0.0.1" || name == "::1"
+}
+
 func (a *plainAuth) Start(server *ServerInfo) (string, []byte, error) {
-	if !server.TLS {
-		advertised := false
-		for _, mechanism := range server.Auth {
-			if mechanism == "PLAIN" {
-				advertised = true
-				break
-			}
-		}
-		if !advertised {
-			return "", nil, errors.New("unencrypted connection")
-		}
+	// Must have TLS, or else localhost server.
+	// Note: If TLS is not true, then we can't trust ANYTHING in ServerInfo.
+	// In particular, it doesn't matter if the server advertises PLAIN auth.
+	// That might just be the attacker saying
+	// "it's ok, you can trust me with your password."
+	if !server.TLS && !isLocalhost(server.Name) {
+		return "", nil, errors.New("unencrypted connection")
 	}
 	if server.Name != a.host {
 		return "", nil, errors.New("wrong host name")
diff --git a/src/net/smtp/smtp_test.go b/src/net/smtp/smtp_test.go
index c48fae6d5ac..15eaca524be 100644
--- a/src/net/smtp/smtp_test.go
+++ b/src/net/smtp/smtp_test.go
@@ -60,29 +60,41 @@ testLoop:
 }
 
 func TestAuthPlain(t *testing.T) {
-	auth := PlainAuth("foo", "bar", "baz", "servername")
 
 	tests := []struct {
-		server *ServerInfo
-		err    string
+		authName string
+		server   *ServerInfo
+		err      string
 	}{
 		{
-			server: &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", TLS: true},
+			authName: "servername",
+			server:   &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", TLS: true},
 		},
 		{
-			// Okay; explicitly advertised by server.
-			server: &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", Auth: []string{"PLAIN"}},
+			// OK to use PlainAuth on localhost without TLS
+			authName: "localhost",
+			server:   &ServerInfo{Name: "localhost", TLS: false},
 		},
 		{
-			server: &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", Auth: []string{"CRAM-MD5"}},
-			err:    "unencrypted connection",
+			// NOT OK on non-localhost, even if server says PLAIN is OK.
+			// (We don't know that the server is the real server.)
+			authName: "servername",
+			server:   &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", Auth: []string{"PLAIN"}},
+			err:      "unencrypted connection",
 		},
 		{
-			server: &ServerInfo{Name: "attacker", TLS: true},
-			err:    "wrong host name",
+			authName: "servername",
+			server:   &ServerInfo{Name: "servername", Auth: []string{"CRAM-MD5"}},
+			err:      "unencrypted connection",
+		},
+		{
+			authName: "servername",
+			server:   &ServerInfo{Name: "attacker", TLS: true},
+			err:      "wrong host name",
 		},
 	}
 	for i, tt := range tests {
+		auth := PlainAuth("foo", "bar", "baz", tt.authName)
 		_, _, err := auth.Start(tt.server)
 		got := ""
 		if err != nil {
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