ohkannaduh/osquery-php

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README

This library serves as a link between osquery and php.

Installation

The library can be installed via composer

composer require ohkannaduh/osquery-php

Getting started

The easiest way to hop in and get started with the library is to use the container \OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Container.

The container

use OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Container;
...
$container = Container::create();

The static create method on the container will automatically register all factories in the OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Factories namespace, if you want something specific you can instantiate the class with the new keyword to get an instnace with no registered factories.

$container = new Container();

Registering factories

Once you have your container you can register additional containers using the register method. This method takes an instance of OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\FactoryInterface.

/** @var FactoryInterface $factory */
$container->register($factory);

This will map the factories model to the factory inside the container.

Getting factories

You can retrieve a registered factory with the getFactory method that takes a string of the models class.

use OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Models\User;
...
$users = $container->getFactory(User::class);

Factories

Factories are one of the main parts of this library, they are used to interact with OsQuery and get the models we need.

Factory Api

all

The all method gets all instance of a given model.

/** @var \OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Factories\UserFactory $users */
foreach ($users->all() as $user) {
    echo $user->getUsername() . PHP_EOL;
}

You can also limit the data that we gather with the optional $columns parameter on the all method.

/** @var \OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Factories\UserFactory $users */
foreach ($users->all(["username", "uid"]) as $user) {
    $user->hasAttribute("username"); // true
    $user->hasAttribute("uid"); // true
    $user->hasAttribute("gid"); // false
}

where

The where method lets us specify parameters for OsQuery.

/** @var \OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Factories\UserFactory $users */
$result = $users->where([
    "username" => "root", // All users with the username root
]);

foreach ($results as $user) {
    echo $user->getUsername() . PHP_EOL;
}
/** @var \OhKannaDuh\OsQuery\Factories\UserFactory $users */
$result = $users->where([
    "gid" => "985", // All users in group 985
]);

foreach ($results as $user) {
    echo $user->getUsername() . PHP_EOL;
}