fieryprophet/php-sandbox

A PHP library that can be used to run PHP code in a sandboxed environment

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v1.3.11 2015-08-04 04:03 UTC

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PHPSandbox

It also utilizes FunctionParser to disassemble callables passed to the sandbox, so that PHP callables can also be run in sandboxes without first converting them into strings.

Manual: http://fieryprophet.com/phpsandbox-docs/MANUAL.html

Online API Documentation: http://fieryprophet.com/phpsandbox-docs/

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Features:

  • Finegrained whitelisting and blacklisting, with sensible defaults configured.
  • Includes dynamic demonstration system that allows for local testing of custom sandbox configurations
  • Can redefine internal PHP and other functions to make them more secure for sandbox usage.
  • Can redefine superglobals and magic constants to expose your own values to sandboxed code.
  • Can overwrite the get_defined_* and get_declared_* functions to show only allowed functions, classes, etc. to the sandboxed code.
  • Can selectively allow and disallow function creation, class declarations, constant definitions, keywords, and much more.
  • Can prepend and append trusted code to setup and tear down the sandbox, and automatically whitelist the classes, functions, variables, etc. they define for the sandbox.
  • Can retrieve the generated sandbox code for later usage.
  • Can pass arguments directly to the sandboxed code through the execute method to reveal chosen outside variables to the sandbox.
  • Can access the parsed, prepared and generated code ASTs for further analysis or for serialization.
  • Can define custom validation functions for fine-grained control of every element of the sandbox.
  • Can specify a custom error handler to intercept PHP errors and handle them with custom logic.
  • Can specify a custom exception handler to intercept thrown exceptions and handle them with custom logic.
  • Can specify a validation error handler to intercept thrown validation errors and handle them with custom logic.
  • Can intercept callbacks and validate them against function whitelists and blacklists, even if they are called as strings

Example usage:

function test($string){
    return 'Hello ' . $string;
}

$sandbox = new PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox;
$sandbox->whitelist_func('test');
$result = $sandbox->execute(function(){
    return test('world');
});

var_dump($result);  //Hello world

Custom validation example:

function custom_func(){
    echo 'I am valid!';
}

$sandbox = new PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox;
//this will mark any function valid that begins with "custom_"
$sandbox->set_func_validator(function($function_name, PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox $sandbox){
    return (substr($function_name, 0, 7) == 'custom_');  //return true if function is valid, false otherwise
});
$sandbox->execute(function(){
    custom_func();
});
//echoes "I am valid!"

Custom validation error handler example:

$sandbox = new PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox;
//this will intercept parser validation errors and quietly exit, otherwise it will throw the validation error
$sandbox->set_validation_error_handler(function(PHPSandbox\Error $error, PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox $sandbox){
    if($error->getCode() == PHPSandbox\Error::PARSER_ERROR){ //PARSER_ERROR == 1
        exit;
    }
    throw $error;
});
$sandbox->execute('<?php i am malformed PHP code; ?>');
//does nothing

Disable validation example:

$sandbox = new PHPSandbox\PHPSandbox;
//this will disable function validation
$sandbox->set_option('validate_functions', false); // or $sandbox->validate_functions = false;
$sandbox->execute('<?php echo system("ping google.com"); ?>');
//Pinging google.com. . .

Requirements

  • PHP 5.3.2+
  • PHP-Parser
  • FunctionParser (if you wish to use closures)
  • PHP should be compiled with --enable-tokenizer option (it typically is)

Installation

To install using composer, simply add the following to your composer.json file in the root of your project:

{
    "minimum-stability": "dev",
    "require": {
        "fieryprophet/php-sandbox": "1.3.*"
    }
}

Then run composer install --dry-run to check for any potential problems, and composer install to install.

LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2013-2014 by Elijah Horton (fieryprophet [at] yahoo.com)

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