Source code for volatility3.plugins.linux.mountinfo

# This file is Copyright 2021 Volatility Foundation and licensed under the Volatility Software License 1.0
# which is available at

import logging
from collections import namedtuple
from typing import Tuple, List, Iterable, Union

from volatility3.framework import renderers, interfaces
from volatility3.framework.configuration import requirements
from volatility3.framework.interfaces import plugins
from volatility3.framework.symbols import linux
from volatility3.plugins.linux import pslist

vollog = logging.getLogger(__name__)

MountInfoData = namedtuple(

[docs]class MountInfo(plugins.PluginInterface): """Lists mount points on processes mount namespaces""" _required_framework_version = (2, 2, 0) _version = (1, 0, 0)
[docs] @classmethod def get_requirements(cls) -> List[interfaces.configuration.RequirementInterface]: return [ requirements.ModuleRequirement( name="kernel", description="Linux kernel", architectures=["Intel32", "Intel64"], ), requirements.PluginRequirement( name="pslist", plugin=pslist.PsList, version=(2, 0, 0) ), requirements.VersionRequirement( name="linuxutils", component=linux.LinuxUtilities, version=(2, 1, 0) ), requirements.ListRequirement( name="pids", description="Filter on specific process IDs.", element_type=int, optional=True, ), requirements.ListRequirement( name="mntns", description="Filter results by mount namespace. " "Otherwise, all of them are shown.", element_type=int, optional=True, ), requirements.BooleanRequirement( name="mount-format", description="Shows a brief summary of the mount points information " "with similar output format to the older /proc/[pid]/mounts or the " "user-land command 'mount -l'.", optional=True, default=False, ), ]
[docs] @classmethod def get_mountinfo( cls, mnt, task ) -> Union[ None, Tuple[int, int, str, str, str, List[str], List[str], str, str, List[str]] ]: """Extract various information about a mount point. It mimics the Linux kernel show_mountinfo function. """ mnt_root = mnt.get_mnt_root() if not mnt_root: return None path_root = linux.LinuxUtilities.get_path_mnt(task, mnt) if not path_root: return None mnt_root_path = mnt_root.path() superblock = mnt.get_mnt_sb() mnt_id: int = mnt.mnt_id parent_id: int = mnt.mnt_parent.mnt_id st_dev = f"{superblock.major}:{superblock.minor}" mnt_opts: List[str] = [] mnt_opts.append(mnt.get_flags_access()) mnt_opts.extend(mnt.get_flags_opts()) # Tagged fields fields: List[str] = [] if mnt.is_shared(): fields.append(f"shared:{mnt.mnt_group_id}") if mnt.is_slave(): master = mnt.mnt_master.mnt_group_id fields.append(f"master:{master}") dominating_id = mnt.get_dominating_id(task.fs.root) if dominating_id and dominating_id != master: fields.append(f"propagate_from:{dominating_id}") if mnt.is_unbindable(): fields.append("unbindable") mnt_type = superblock.get_type() devname = mnt.get_devname() if not devname: devname = "none" sb_opts: List[str] = [] sb_opts.append(superblock.get_flags_access()) sb_opts.extend(superblock.get_flags_opts()) return MountInfoData( mnt_id, parent_id, st_dev, mnt_root_path, path_root, mnt_opts, fields, mnt_type, devname, sb_opts, )
def _get_tasks_mountpoints( self, tasks: Iterable[interfaces.objects.ObjectInterface], filtered_by_pids: bool, ): seen_mountpoints = set() for task in tasks: if not ( task and task.fs and task.fs.root and task.nsproxy and task.nsproxy.mnt_ns ): # This task doesn't have all the information required. # It should be a kernel < 2.6.30 continue mnt_namespace = task.nsproxy.mnt_ns try: mnt_ns_id = mnt_namespace.get_inode() except AttributeError: mnt_ns_id = renderers.NotAvailableValue() for mount in mnt_namespace.get_mount_points(): # When PIDs are filtered, it makes sense that the user want to # see each of those processes mount points. So we don't filter # by mount id in this case. if not filtered_by_pids: mnt_id = int(mount.mnt_id) if mnt_id in seen_mountpoints: continue else: seen_mountpoints.add(mnt_id) yield task, mount, mnt_ns_id def _generator( self, tasks: Iterable[interfaces.objects.ObjectInterface], mnt_ns_ids: List[int], mount_format: bool, filtered_by_pids: bool, ) -> Iterable[Tuple[int, Tuple]]: show_filter_warning = False for task, mnt, mnt_ns_id in self._get_tasks_mountpoints( tasks, filtered_by_pids ): if mnt_ns_ids and isinstance(mnt_ns_id, renderers.NotAvailableValue): show_filter_warning = True if ( not isinstance(mnt_ns_id, renderers.NotAvailableValue) and mnt_ns_ids and mnt_ns_id not in mnt_ns_ids ): continue mnt_info = self.get_mountinfo(mnt, task) if mnt_info is None: continue if mount_format: all_opts = set() all_opts.update(mnt_info.mnt_opts) all_opts.update(mnt_info.sb_opts) all_opts_str = ",".join(all_opts) extra_fields_values = [ mnt_info.devname, mnt_info.path_root, mnt_info.mnt_type, all_opts_str, ] else: mnt_opts_str = ",".join(mnt_info.mnt_opts) fields_str = " ".join(mnt_info.fields) sb_opts_str = ",".join(mnt_info.sb_opts) extra_fields_values = [ mnt_info.mnt_id, mnt_info.parent_id, mnt_info.st_dev, mnt_info.mnt_root_path, mnt_info.path_root, mnt_opts_str, fields_str, mnt_info.mnt_type, mnt_info.devname, sb_opts_str, ] fields_values = [mnt_ns_id] if filtered_by_pids: fields_values.append( fields_values.extend(extra_fields_values) yield (0, fields_values) if show_filter_warning: vollog.warning( "Could not filter by mount namespace id. This field is not available in this kernel." )
[docs] def run(self): pids = self.config.get("pids") mount_ns_ids = self.config.get("mntns") mount_format = self.config.get("mount-format") pid_filter = pslist.PsList.create_pid_filter(pids) tasks = pslist.PsList.list_tasks( self.context, self.config["kernel"], filter_func=pid_filter ) columns = [("MNT_NS_ID", int)] # The PID column does not make sense when a PID filter is not specified. In that case, the default behavior is # to displays the mountpoints per namespace. if pids: columns.append(("PID", int)) filtered_by_pids = True else: filtered_by_pids = False if self.config.get("mount-format"): extra_columns = [ ("DEVNAME", str), ("PATH", str), ("FSTYPE", str), ("MNT_OPTS", str), ] else: # /proc/[pid]/mountinfo output format extra_columns = [ ("MOUNT ID", int), ("PARENT_ID", int), ("MAJOR:MINOR", str), ("ROOT", str), ("MOUNT_POINT", str), ("MOUNT_OPTIONS", str), ("FIELDS", str), ("FSTYPE", str), ("MOUNT_SRC", str), ("SB_OPTIONS", str), ] columns.extend(extra_columns) return renderers.TreeGrid( columns, self._generator(tasks, mount_ns_ids, mount_format, filtered_by_pids), )