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Tcl로 구현한 텔넷 서버

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Tcl로 구현한 심플 텔넷 서버 입니다.
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#!/usr/bin/env tclsh
# Pseudo-telnet server.  Includes basic auth, but no separate identities
# or proper multi-threaded operation, so whoever runs this had better
# trust those he gives identities/passwords to and they had better trust
# each other too.  Note this script does not support command-line arguments.

## The names of this array are IP addresses of hosts that are not permitted

## to connect to any of our services.  Admin account(s) can change this
## at run-time, though this info is not maintained across whole-server shutdowns.
array set denyHosts {}

## Create a server on the given port with the given name/password map

## and the given core interaction handler.
proc telnetServer {port {passmap {foo bar spong wibble}} {handlerCmd execCommand}} {
    if {$port == 0} {
        return -code error "Only non-zero port numbers are supported"
    set server [socket -server [list connect $port $handlerCmd] $port]
    global passwords services
    foreach {id pass} $passmap {set passwords($port,$id) $pass}
    set services($server) $handlerCmd
    return $server

## Removes the server on the given port, cleaning up the extra state too.

proc closedownServer {server} {
    global services passwords connections auth
    set port [lindex [fconfigure $server -sockname] 2]
    catch {close $server}
    unset services($server)
    foreach passmap [array names passwords $port,*] {
        unset passwords($passmap)
   # Hmph!  Have to remove unauthorized connections too, though any
   # connection which has been authorized can continue safely.
    foreach {client data} [array get connections] {
        if {$port == [lindex $data 0] && !$auth($client)} {
            disconnect $client

## Handle an incoming connection to the given server

proc connect {serverport handlerCmd client clienthost clientport} {
    global auth cmd denyHosts connections
    if {[info exist denyHosts($clienthost)]} {
        puts stdout "${clienthost}:${clientport} attempted connection"
        catch {puts $client "Connection denied"}
        catch {close $client}
    puts stdout "${clienthost}:${clientport} connected on $client"
    fileevent $client readable "handle $serverport $client"
    set auth($client) 0
    set cmd($client) $handlerCmd
    set connections($client) [list $serverport $clienthost $clientport]
    fconfigure $client -buffering none
    catch {puts -nonewline $client "Login: "}

## Disconnect the given client, cleaning up any connection-specific data

proc disconnect {client} {
    catch {close $client}
    global auth cmd connections
    unset auth($client)
    unset cmd($client)
    unset connections($client)
    puts stdout "$client disconnected"

## Handle data sent from the client.  Log-in is handled directly by this

## procedure, and requires the name and password on the same line
proc handle {serverport client} {
    global passwords auth cmd
    if {[gets $client line] < 0} {
        disconnect $client
    if {[string equal $line "quit"] || [string equal $line "exit"]} {
        disconnect $client
    if {$auth($client)} {
        eval $cmd($client) [list $client $line 0]
        eval $cmd($client) [list $client $line 1]
    foreach {id pass} [split $line] {break}
    if {![info exist pass]} {
        catch {puts -nonewline $client "Login: "}
    if {
        [info exist passwords($serverport,$id)] &&
        [string equal $passwords($serverport,$id) $pass]
    } then {
        set auth($client) 1
        puts stdout "$id logged in on $client"
        catch {puts $client "Welcome, $id!"}
        eval $cmd($client) [list $client $line 1]
    puts stdout "AUTH FAILURE ON $client"
    catch {puts $client "Unknown name or password"}
    disconnect $client

## Standard handler for logged-in conversations and prompt-generation.

proc execCommand {client line prompt} {
    global tcl_platform
    if {$prompt} {
        catch {puts -nonewline $client "\$ "}
    switch $tcl_platform(platform) {
        unix {
            catch {exec sh -c $line <@$client >@$client 2>@$client}
        default {
            catch {exec $line} data
            puts $client $data

telnetServer 12345 ;# DEFAULT NAMES/PASSWORDS
telnetServer 12346 {aleph alpha beth beta}

## Administration service handler.  Chains to the normal handler for

## everything it doesn't recognise itself.
proc admin {client line prompt} {
    if {$prompt} {
        catch {puts -nonewline $client "# "}
    set cmd [split $line]
    global denyHosts connections services
    if {[string equal $line "shutdown"]} {
        set ::termination 1
        puts stdout "Shutdown requested on $client"
        catch {puts $client "System will shut down as soon as possible"}
        return -code return "SHUTTING DOWN"
    } elseif {[string equal [lindex $cmd 0] "deny"]} {
        set denyHosts([lindex $cmd 1]) 1
    } elseif {[string equal [lindex $cmd 0] "allow"]} {
        catch {unset denyHosts([lindex $cmd 1])}
    } elseif {[string equal $line "denied"]} {
        foreach host [array names denyHosts] {
            catch {puts $client $host}
    } elseif {[string equal $line "connections"]} {
        set len 0
        foreach conn [array names connections] {
            if {$len < [string length $conn]} {
                set len [string length $conn]
        foreach {conn details} [array get connections] {
            catch {puts $client [format "%-*s = %s" $len $conn $details]}
    } elseif {[string equal [lindex $cmd 0] "close"]} {
        set sock [lindex $cmd 1]
        if {[info exist connections($sock)]} {
            disconnect $sock
    } elseif {[string equal $line "services"]} {
        set len 0
        foreach serv [array names services] {
            if {$len < [string length $serv]} {
                set len [string length $serv]
        foreach {serv handler} [array get services] {
            set port [lindex [fconfigure $serv -sockname] 2]
            catch {puts $client [format "%-*s (port %d) = handler %s" $len $serv $port $handler]}
    } elseif {[string equal [lindex $cmd 0] "addService"]} {
        set service [eval telnetServer [lrange $cmd 1 end]]
        catch {puts $client "Created service as $service"}
    } elseif {[string equal [lindex $cmd 0] "removeService"]} {
        set service [lindex $cmd 1]
        if {[info exist services($service)]} {
            closedownServer $service
    } else {

        execCommand $client $line 0
telnetServer 12347 {root OfAllEvil} admin

puts stdout "Ready for service"

vwait termination