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Program for changing the security level of the system.

What's new

The ability to change the security level not only to lockdown, but also to minimum and normal has been implemented. Added methods for saving the custom security level to the global and applying these settings to other instances

Installation with ZPM

If ZPM the current instance is not installed, then in one line you can install the latest version of ZPM.

zn "%SYS" d ##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Create("z") s r=##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New(),r.Server="pm.community.intersystems.com",r.SSLConfiguration="z" d r.Get("/packages/zpm/latest/installer"),$system.OBJ.LoadStream(r.HttpResponse.Data,"c")

If ZPM is installed, then can be set with the command

zpm:USER>install isc-apptools-lockdown

Installation with Docker

Prerequisites

Make sure you have git and Docker desktop installed.

Installation

Clone/git pull the repo into any local directory

git clone https://github.com/SergeyMi37/isc-apptools-lockdown.git

Open the terminal in this directory and run:

docker-compose build
  1. Run the IRIS container with your project:
docker-compose up -d

How to Test it

Open IRIS terminal:

docker-compose exec iris iris session iris

Increasing security settings

You can replace the shared password if the password of the predefined system users has been compromised

USER>do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).ChangePassword("NewPass231",##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).GetPreparedUsers())

Apply Security settings to "LockDown"

USER>do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).SetSecurityLevel("lockdown","NewPassword123")

or equivalent

USER>zpm "install isc-apptools-lockdown -Dzpm.securitylevel=lockdown -Dzpm.newpasswd=NewPassword123"

Apply Security settings to "normal"

USER>do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).SetSecurityLevel("normal","NewPassword123")

or equivalent

USER>zpm "install isc-apptools-lockdown -Dzpm.securitylevel=normal -Dzpm.newpasswd=NewPassword123"

Apply Security settings to "minimum"

USER>do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).SetSecurityLevel("minimum","SYS")

or equivalent

USER>zpm "install isc-apptools-lockdown -Dzpm.securitylevel=minimum -Dzpm.newpasswd=SYS"

Added methods for saving the current security level to the global and applying these settings to other instances.

To do this, you need to save the current applied security settings: the values ​​of the Enabled and AutheEnabled parameters in the predefined objects of the Security.Applications, Security.Services and Security.System classes in the global by running the command

do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).SaveSecLevel(1,"Custom",,"d:!\Custom.xml")

Import this Custom.xml global to the target instance and apply this applied security level there with the command

do ##class(appmsw.security.lockdown).SetSecurityLevel("Custom","Custom321level")

or

zpm "install isc-apptools-lockdown -Dzpm.securitylevel=Custom -Dzpm.newpasswd=Custom321level"

ZPM installation
zpm "install isc-apptools-lockdown"
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