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// Copyright 2018 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <fidl/fuchsia.hardware.rpmb/cpp/wire.h>
#include <fidl/>
#include <fidl/fuchsia.tee.manager/cpp/wire.h>
#include <fidl/fuchsia.tee/cpp/wire.h>
#include <lib/zx/channel.h>
#include <atomic>
#include <filesystem>
#include <memory>
#include <optional>
#include <string_view>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <unordered_set>
#include <fbl/intrusive_double_list.h>
#include "optee-controller.h"
namespace optee {
// The Optee driver allows for simultaneous access from different processes. The OpteeClient object
// is a distinct device instance for each client connection. This allows for per-instance state to
// be managed together. For example, if a client closes the device, OpteeClient can free all of the
// allocated shared memory buffers and sessions that were created by that client without interfering
// with other active clients.
class OpteeClient : public fidl::WireServer<fuchsia_tee::Application> {
OpteeClient(OpteeControllerBase* controller,
fidl::ClientEnd<fuchsia_tee_manager::Provider> provider, Uuid application_uuid)
: controller_(controller), application_uuid_(application_uuid) {
if (provider)
~OpteeClient() override;
OpteeClient(const OpteeClient&) = delete;
OpteeClient& operator=(const OpteeClient&) = delete;
// `fuchsia.tee.Application` FIDL Handlers
void OpenSession2(OpenSession2RequestView request,
OpenSession2Completer::Sync& completer) override;
void InvokeCommand(InvokeCommandRequestView request,
InvokeCommandCompleter::Sync& completer) override;
void CloseSession(CloseSessionRequestView request,
CloseSessionCompleter::Sync& completer) override;
using SharedMemoryList = fbl::DoublyLinkedList<std::unique_ptr<SharedMemory>>;
static constexpr zx::duration kSmcCallDurationThreshold = zx::msec(10);
zx_status_t CloseSession(uint32_t session_id);
// Attempts to allocate a block of SharedMemory from a designated memory pool.
// On success:
// * Tracks the allocated memory block in the allocated_shared_memory_ list.
// * Gives the physical address of the memory block in out_phys_addr
// * Gives an identifier for the memory block in out_mem_id. This identifier will later be
// used to free the memory block.
// On failure:
// * Sets the physical address of the memory block to 0.
// * Sets the identifier of the memory block to 0.
template <typename SharedMemoryPoolTraits>
zx_status_t AllocateSharedMemory(size_t size,
SharedMemoryPool<SharedMemoryPoolTraits>* memory_pool,
zx_paddr_t* out_phys_addr, uint64_t* out_mem_id);
// Frees a block of SharedMemory that was previously allocated by the driver.
// Parameters:
// * mem_id: The identifier for the memory block to free, given at allocation time.
// Returns:
// * ZX_OK: Successfully freed the memory.
// * ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND: Could not find a block corresponding to the identifier given.
zx_status_t FreeSharedMemory(uint64_t mem_id);
// Attempts to find a previously allocated block of memory.
// Returns:
// * If the block was found, an iterator object pointing to the SharedMemory block.
// * Otherwise, an iterator object pointing to the end of allocated_shared_memory_.
SharedMemoryList::iterator FindSharedMemory(uint64_t mem_id);
// Attempts to get a slice of `SharedMemory` representing an OP-TEE memory reference.
// Parameters:
// * mem_iter: The `SharedMemoryList::iterator` object pointing to the `SharedMemory`.
// This may point to the end of `allocated_shared_memory_`.
// * base_paddr: The starting base physical address of the slice.
// * size: The size of the slice.
// Returns:
// * If `mem_iter` is valid and the slice bounds are valid, an initialized `std::optional` with
// the `SharedMemoryView`.
// * Otherwise, an uninitialized `std::optional`.
static std::optional<SharedMemoryView> GetMemoryReference(SharedMemoryList::iterator mem_iter,
zx_paddr_t base_paddr, size_t size);
// Requests the root storage channel from the `Provider` and caches it in `root_storage_`.
// Subsequent calls to the function will return the cached channel.
// Returns:
// * ZX_OK: The operation was successful.
// * ZX_ERR_UNAVAILABLE: The current client does not have access to a `Provider`.
// * `zx_status_t` codes from `zx::channel::create` or requesting the `Provider` over
// FIDL.
zx::result<fidl::UnownedClientEnd<fuchsia_io::Directory>> GetRootStorage();
// Requests a connection to the storage directory pointed to by the path.
// Parameters:
// * path: The path of the directory, relative to the root storage directory.
// * create: Flag specifying whether to create directories if they don't exist.
zx::result<fidl::ClientEnd<fuchsia_io::Directory>> GetStorageDirectory(
const std::filesystem::path& path, bool create);
// Inits the Rpmb client from `OpteeController` and caches it in `rpmb_client_`.
// Returns:
// * ZX_OK: The operation was successful.
// * ZX_ERR_UNAVAILABLE: `OpteeController` does not have access to a Rpmb.
// * `zx_status_t` codes from `zx::channel::create`
zx_status_t InitRpmbClient();
// Tracks a new file system object associated with the current client.
// This occurs when the trusted world creates or opens a file system object.
// Parameters:
// * file: A client end to the `` file system object.
// Returns:
// * The identifier for the trusted world to refer to the object.
[[nodiscard]] uint64_t TrackFileSystemObject(fidl::ClientEnd<fuchsia_io::File> file);
// Gets the channel to the file system object associated with the given identifier.
// Parameters:
// * identifier: The identifier to find the file system object by.
// Returns:
// * A `std::optional` containing an unowned if it was found.
std::optional<fidl::UnownedClientEnd<fuchsia_io::File>> GetFileSystemObject(uint64_t identifier);
// Untracks a file system object associated with the current client.
// This occurs when the trusted world closes a previously open file system object.
// Parameters:
// * identifier: The identifier to refer to the object.
// Returns:
// * Whether a file system object associated with the identifier was untracked.
bool UntrackFileSystemObject(uint64_t identifier);
// OP-TEE RPC Function Handlers
// The section below outlines the functions that are used to parse and fulfill RPC commands from
// the OP-TEE secure world.
// There are two main "types" of functions defined and can be identified by their naming
// convention:
// * "HandleRpc" functions handle the first layer of commands. These are basic, fundamental
// commands used for critical tasks like setting up shared memory, notifying the normal world
// of interrupts, and accessing the second layer of commands.
// * "HandleRpcCommand" functions handle the second layer of commands. These are more advanced
// commands, like loading trusted applications and accessing the file system. These make up
// the bulk of RPC commands once a session is open.
// * HandleRpcCommand is actually a specific command in the first layer that can be invoked
// once initial shared memory is set up for the command message.
// Because these RPCs are the primary channel through which the normal and secure worlds mediate
// shared resources, it is important that handlers in the normal world are resilient to errors
// from the trusted world. While we don't expect that the trusted world is actively malicious in
// any way, we do want handlers to be cautious against buggy or unexpected behaviors, as we do
// not want errors propagating into the normal world (especially with resources like memory).
// Identifies and dispatches the first layer of RPC command requests.
zx_status_t HandleRpc(const RpcFunctionArgs& args, RpcFunctionResult* out_result);
zx_status_t HandleRpcAllocateMemory(const RpcFunctionAllocateMemoryArgs& args,
RpcFunctionAllocateMemoryResult* out_result);
zx_status_t HandleRpcFreeMemory(const RpcFunctionFreeMemoryArgs& args,
RpcFunctionFreeMemoryResult* out_result);
// Identifies and dispatches the second layer of RPC command requests.
// This dispatcher is actually a specific command in the first layer of RPC requests.
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommand(const RpcFunctionExecuteCommandsArgs& args,
RpcFunctionExecuteCommandsResult* out_result);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandLoadTa(LoadTaRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandAccessRpmb(RpmbRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandWaitQueue(WaitQueueRpcMessage* message);
static zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandGetTime(GetTimeRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandAllocateMemory(AllocateMemoryRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFreeMemory(FreeMemoryRpcMessage* message);
// Move in the FileSystemRpcMessage since it'll be moved into a sub-type in this function.
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystem(FileSystemRpcMessage&& message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemOpenFile(OpenFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemCreateFile(CreateFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemCloseFile(CloseFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemReadFile(ReadFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemWriteFile(WriteFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemTruncateFile(TruncateFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemRemoveFile(RemoveFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t HandleRpcCommandFileSystemRenameFile(RenameFileFileSystemRpcMessage* message);
zx_status_t RpmbGetDevInfo(std::optional<SharedMemoryView> tx_frames,
std::optional<SharedMemoryView> rx_frames);
zx_status_t RpmbRouteFrames(std::optional<SharedMemoryView> tx_frames,
std::optional<SharedMemoryView> rx_frames);
zx_status_t RpmbReadRequest(std::optional<SharedMemoryView> tx_frames,
std::optional<SharedMemoryView> rx_frames);
zx_status_t RpmbWriteRequest(std::optional<SharedMemoryView> tx_frames,
std::optional<SharedMemoryView> rx_frames);
zx_status_t RpmbSendRequest(std::optional<SharedMemoryView>& req,
std::optional<SharedMemoryView>& resp);
OpteeControllerBase* controller_;
SharedMemoryList allocated_shared_memory_;
std::atomic<uint64_t> next_file_system_object_id_{1};
// Currently the only supported filesystem objects are files. In the future when support for
// directories is added, this data structure will need to be generalized.
std::unordered_map<uint64_t, fidl::ClientEnd<fuchsia_io::File>> open_file_system_objects_;
std::unordered_set<uint32_t> open_sessions_;
// A client implementing the `fuchsia.tee.manager.Provider` protocol. The client may be
// uninitialized which indicates the optee client has no provider support.
fidl::WireSyncClient<fuchsia_tee_manager::Provider> provider_;
// A lazily-initialized, cached channel to the root storage channel.
// This may be an invalid channel, which indicates it has not been initialized yet.
fidl::ClientEnd<fuchsia_io::Directory> root_storage_;
// A lazily-initialized, cached the Rpmb client.
fidl::WireSyncClient<fuchsia_hardware_rpmb::Rpmb> rpmb_client_;
// The (only) trusted application UUID this client is allowed to use.
const Uuid application_uuid_;
} // namespace optee