beame-api

run provision tests

please use npm install beame-sdk
Last updated 3 years ago by zglozman .
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WE PLAN TO RELEASE A BETA IN MID JULY

Beame.io SDK

Installing Beame.io SDK

To use tests from this repo, first run "npm install beame-api"

Beame.io SDK introduction

  1. The Beame.io SDK allows to register routable hostname for a device without a routable IP address.

  2. Beame.io SDK provides ability to easily generate random hostnames, and get matching certificates for them. These hostnames can be used for routing the traffic to your device without a routable IP address.

The Beame.io service is designed to be used in bulk. Its goal is providing strongly authenticated endpoint for accessing client devices, as well as easy and affordable access to use of x509 certificates.

Essentially, what Beame.io allows to do is to get a random common name signed, and easily be able to receive https traffic on that endpoint.

Beame.io SDK - High level architecture

The Beame.io SDK credentials system is build around two concepts:

  1. Transport Layer Security - proving ownership of certain common name (hostname), via client side certificate or server side certificate.
  2. Provisioning Authentication Proof of ownership of keys via a web API

You will be issued an organization certificate. It will have a hostname. In order to take actions as your organization your will be required to prove ownership of the cert (hostname). This can happen one of two ways:

  1. Using it as a client cert and access Beame.io .
  2. Using it as a server cert when Beame.io accesses you with push of freshly issued certificate.

In fact we have three layers (organizational, you will only have one), atom, is essentially a logical separation of instances in our particular environment.

Typical deployment

  1. Gateway server (equipped with atom keys)

  2. Instance contacts the gateway server and requests to sign its request to Beame.

  3. The gateway server will sign the request using its private key and common name.

  4. Instance will send this signed request to Beame, and automatically deliver the x509 cert signing server.

    -+Developer |

    • Atom
      • Instances

This is also the structure of the ~/.beame folder. The location of the folder can be controlled by setting the BEAME_DIR environment variable, export

BEAME_DIR='path' # /home/userz/.beame

Beame.io CLI

Setting up Beame.io CLI

beame init

beame init will establish your credentials in our system and will store them in the BEAME_DIR folder. The structure of the folder is self-explanatory. On each level the will be a JSON file. At each level of the directory structure you will find:

private_key.pem 
x509
metadata.json

After 'beame init' is ran, you can run: beame credentials show

Beame.io CLI - selecting acting entity

CLI options:

  • --developer name (If there is only one developer, it will be used as default)
  • --atom name
  • --instance name

Beame.io CLI top level commands

beame credentials export --password
beame types list

Certificate Commands

beame creds list   --type {developer|atom|instance}  --format {json|text}
beame creds create --type {developer|atom|instance} --localip { ipaddress | auto } --format {json|text} 
beame creds renew  --type {developer|atom|instance} jdafskljdasjkldsa.beameio.net} --format {json|text} 
beame creds purge  --type {developer|atom|instance} --localip { ipaddress | auto } --format {json|text}

Cert Services

beame cert show	 jdafskljdasjkldsa.beameio.net  --format {json|text} 

Data Commands

beame data sign    --type {developer|atom|instance} jdafskljdasjkldsa.beameio.net 
beame data encrypt  jdafskljdasjkldsa.beameio.net
beame data decrypt ---type {developer|atom|instance} jdafskljdasjkldsa.beameio.net 

Import / Export

You can imoport beame creadentials only if you it has been exported for a developerid you poss:

beame import credpackage.beame

Low Level Api

beame cert fetch <fqdn>

TODO

beame help 

TODO

beame start demo-server --developer

Start a server, and a subsequent set of clients, with some kind of performance benchmack.

beame start ssl-proxy --host --port [potentially multipe if we do an inbound sni sniff]

TODO

beame start http-proxy --host --port --hostname // Terminates encryption

TODO

beame start unit-test

TODO

beame start gateway-server-demo

This is a demo which demonstrates how you can sign requests for beame for establishing credentialing in your atoms, but providing a crypto challange response.

Beame.io NodeJS API

The idea behind the node.js implementation is so that you can easily contact a gateway server, generate your own keys in RSA format, and request them to be signed. Once they are signed they and receive publicly trusted SSL certificates. You can get lots of SSL certificates, very quickly.

Top level commands

init()

backup_credentials(password)

list_all_credentials()

Credentials commands

developer_register()

TODO name, email, verification

package_developer_credentials()

TODO

list_developers()

TODO

set_default_developer()

TODO if there is only one developer record

Atom level commands

atom_add(name)

atom_delete(local)

All sequence is defined in runData.json file. runData.template contains full sequence without additional parameters (all needed parameters will be defined in runtime).

Running the wrapper

node index.js [userCfgFile.json]

API calls examples

node devCreate.js <developerName>

As result of this call directory containing developer data will be created under ./.beame directory will be named by hostname received from provision.

node devGetCert.js <developerHostname>

Create private key + CSR, as result the key and a set of certs will be written into developer directory (created in running devCreate.js)

node devProfileUpdate.js <developerHostname>

Issues a call to provision, signed with new developer certificate

node devAppSave.js <developerHostname> <appName>

Receive from provision hostname and uid for new app. Directory named with new hostname will be created under ./.beame/<developerHostname> directory

node devAppGetCert.js <developerHostname> <appHostname>

Create private key + CSR, as result the key and a set of certs will be written into app folder created in step 4

node devAppUpdate.js <developerHostname> <appHostname> <newAppName>

Change appName to provision, signed with app cert

node edgeClientRegister.js <developerHostname> <appHostname>

will receive routable hostname + unique ID from provision. Directory to hold client data, named with <clientHostname> will be created under ./.beame/<developerHostname>/<appHostname>

node edgeClientGetCert.js <developer hostname> <app hostname> <client hostname>

Create private key + CSR, as result the key and a set of certs will be written into client folder created in step 7

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