A client for managing authzed or any API-compatible system from your command line.

Overview

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A client for managing authzed or any API-compatible system from your command line.

Installation

zed is currently packaged by as a head-only Homebrew Formula for both macOS and Linux.

$ brew install --HEAD authzed/tap/zed

Example Usage

Managing credentials

Configuring credentials is similar to kubeconfig in kubectl.

API Tokens are stored in the system keychain.

$ zed config set-token [email protected] tu_zed_hanazawa_deadbeefdeadbeefdeadbeefdeadbeef
NAME             	ENDPOINT            	TOKEN
[email protected]	grpc.authzed.com:443	

$ zed config get-tokens
NAME             	ENDPOINT            	TOKEN
[email protected]	grpc.authzed.com:443	

Context data is stored in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/zed falling back to ~/.zed if that environment variable is not set.

$ zed config set-context rbac rbac_example [email protected]
NAME	TENANT      	TOKEN NAME       	ENDPOINT            	CURRENT
rbac	rbac_example	[email protected]	grpc.authzed.com:443

$ zed config use-context rbac
NAME	TENANT      	TOKEN NAME       	ENDPOINT            	CURRENT
rbac	rbac_example	[email protected]	grpc.authzed.com:443	true

The environment variables $ZED_TENANT, $ZED_TOKEN, and $ZED_ENDPOINT can be used to override their respective values in the current context.

Explore relationships

The describe command provides a tree view of a namespace definition.

$ zed describe document
document
 ├── writer
 └── reader
      └── union
           ├── _this
           └── TUPLE_OBJECT: writer

The expand command provides a tree view of a relation of a particular object.

$ zed expand document:firstdoc reader
document:firstdoc reader
 └── union
      ├── user:fred
      └── document:firstdoc writer
           └── user:tom

When piped or provided the --json flag, API responses are converted into JSON.

$ zed describe document | jq '.config.relation[0].name'
"writer"

Modify relationships

$ zed check user:jimmy document:firstdoc reader
false

$ zed create user:jimmy document:firstdoc writer
CAESAwiLBA==

$ zed check user:jimmy document:firstdoc writer
true

$ zed check user:jimmy document:firstdoc reader
true

$ zed delete user:jimmy document:firstdoc writer
CAESAwiMBA==

$ zed check user:jimmy document:firstdoc reader
false

$ zed check user:jimmy document:firstdoc writer
false
Comments
  • first app shell tutorial fails in

    first app shell tutorial fails in "zed permission check" step

    The last part in https://docs.authzed.com/guides/first-app suggests to run 4 command like

    zed permission check blog/post:1 read  blog/user:emilia --revision "${ZEDTOKEN}" # true
    

    I take that I am suppose to use the taken here as revision (which I did). I am running a local SpiceDB instance (in minikube).

    For the above command I get this error:

    Error: rpc error: code = Unavailable desc = last connection error: connection error: desc = "transport: Error while dialing dial tcp 192.168.9.1:50053: connect: connection refused"
    Usage:
      zed permission check <resource:id> <permission> <subject:id> [flags]
    ...
    

    The other terminal running the kubectl port-forward shows that it handled a connection attempt.

    Versions:

    zed --skip-version-check version
    client: zed 0.7.5
    service: v1.11.0
    

    Also other commands do work:

    zed relationship read 'blog/post'
    blog/post:1 reader blog/user:beatrice
    blog/post:1 writer blog/user:emilia
    
    opened by ensonic 9
  • build(deps): bump github.com/charmbracelet/lipgloss from 0.4.0 to 0.5.0

    build(deps): bump github.com/charmbracelet/lipgloss from 0.4.0 to 0.5.0

    Bumps github.com/charmbracelet/lipgloss from 0.4.0 to 0.5.0.

    Release notes

    Sourced from github.com/charmbracelet/lipgloss's releases.

    v0.5.0

    Laziness

    Happy Valentines Day! Have you ever noticed that programming is the one field where laziness is totally awesome?

    The big news in this release is that Lip Gloss will now wait until absolutely necessary to query for the terminal's background color. This was formerly a fairly heavy hit on the system, however it's been optimized to the point where we can now run it on demand. This, and some other major performance benefits, come from some acute improvements upstream in Termenv. For the low level details check out the release notes for the mighty Termenv v0.10.0 and v0.11.0 releases.

    New

    Improved

    Fixed

    New Contributors

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/charmbracelet/lipgloss/compare/v0.4.0...v0.5.0


    Thoughts? Questions? We love hearing from you. Feel free to reach out on Twitter, The Fediverse, or Slack.

    Commits
    • 514fa05 Fix and generally improve various doc comments
    • 0a77f63 Add Value method (#66)
    • f05ca49 Fix JoinVertical behavior for non-edge non-center alignments
    • 526700f Use termenv to enable Windows virtual terminal processing
    • 0ba6420 Use termenv's EnvColorProfile, which respects NO_COLOR and CLICOLOR_FORCE env...
    • 8a90d5a Fix typo in AdaptiveColor's godoc comment
    • bf2912e Bump termenv dependency
    • b3934f5 Lazily detect background color setting
    • 024177a Bump termenv to v0.11.0
    • 7ec01f7 Bump termenv to v0.10.0
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  • build(deps): bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.0

    build(deps): bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.0

    Bumps github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.0.

    Release notes

    Sourced from github.com/open-policy-agent/opa's releases.

    v0.47.0

    This release contains a mix of bugfixes, optimizations, and new features.

    New Built-in Function: object.keys

    It is now possible to conveniently retrieve an object's keys via a built-in function.

    Before, you had to resort to constructs like

    import future.keywords.in
    

    keys[k] { _ = input[k] }

    allow if "my_key" in keys

    Now, you can simply do

    import future.keywords.in
    

    allow if "my_key" in object.keys(input)

    See the documentation for all details.

    Implemented by @​kevinswiber.

    New Built-in Function: AWS Signature v4 Request Signing

    It is now possible to use a built-in function to prepare a request with a signature, so that it can be used with AWS endpoints that use request signing for authentication.

    See this example:

    req := {"method": "get", "url": "https://examplebucket.s3.amazonaws.com/data"}
    aws_config := {
        "aws_access_key": "MYAWSACCESSKEYGOESHERE",
        "aws_secret_access_key": "MYAWSSECRETACCESSKEYGOESHERE",
        "aws_service": "s3",
        "aws_region": "us-east-1",
    }
    example_verify_resource {
        resp := http.send(providers.aws.sign_req(req, aws_config, time.now_ns()))
        # process response from AWS ...
    }
    

    ... (truncated)

    Changelog

    Sourced from github.com/open-policy-agent/opa's changelog.

    0.47.0

    This release contains a mix of bugfixes, optimizations, and new features.

    New Built-in Function: object.keys

    It is now possible to conveniently retrieve an object's keys via a built-in function.

    Before, you had to resort to constructs like

    import future.keywords.in
    

    keys[k] { _ = input[k] }

    allow if "my_key" in keys

    Now, you can simply do

    import future.keywords.in
    

    allow if "my_key" in object.keys(input)

    See the documentation for all details.

    Implemented by @​kevinswiber.

    New Built-in Function: AWS Signature v4 Request Signing

    It is now possible to use a built-in function to prepare a request with a signature, so that it can be used with AWS endpoints that use request signing for authentication.

    See this example:

    req := {"method": "get", "url": "https://examplebucket.s3.amazonaws.com/data"}
    aws_config := {
        "aws_access_key": "MYAWSACCESSKEYGOESHERE",
        "aws_secret_access_key": "MYAWSSECRETACCESSKEYGOESHERE",
        "aws_service": "s3",
        "aws_region": "us-east-1",
    }
    example_verify_resource {
        resp := http.send(providers.aws.sign_req(req, aws_config, time.now_ns()))
    </tr></table> 
    

    ... (truncated)

    Commits
    • 09019be Prepare v0.47.0 release (#5431)
    • 009a954 docs: update integration page (#5434)
    • 6798ec7 build(deps): bump wasmtime-go to v3 (#5422)
    • 9354f89 ast/parser: fresh wildcards for chained function heads (#5426)
    • 50b9a9d json.patch: update docs to include behavior with sets (#5427)
    • 7540f11 ast/parser: fix else handling with ref heads (#5425)
    • 00f91dd website/edge: fix badge function schemaVersion (#5424)
    • e681a16 website: experiment with badge endpoint (#5423)
    • 518507b server: differentiate between missing and undefined doc in default decision (...
    • d0026f4 add easegress to ecosystem (#5421)
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  • Docker containers using tag v0.6.0 and v0.7.0 can not find the CLI executable

    Docker containers using tag v0.6.0 and v0.7.0 can not find the CLI executable

    I receive the following message when trying to run either of them without any arguments:

    $ docker run --rm -t -i quay.io/authzed/zed # :latest, :v0.7.0 and :v0.6.0 all return the same result
    exec /usr/local/bin/zed: no such file or directory
    
    $ docker run --rm -t -i quay.io/authzed/zed:0.5.0
    A client for managing Authzed from your command line.
    
    Usage:
      zed [command]
    
    Available Commands:
    [...]
    
    kind/bug priority/0 urgent 
    opened by apeteri 2
  • build(deps): bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.5

    build(deps): bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.5

    Bumps github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.5.

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    v2.3.5

    No release notes provided.

    v2.3.4

    What's Changed

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/compare/v2.3.3...v2.3.4

    v2.3.3

    No release notes provided.

    Commits
    • e47352f Fix README formatting for select descriptions (#426)
    • c2be27f Added an option to add a comment to every select's option (#418)
    • 93657ef Enable compilation under Go 1.18 (#417)
    • 459523e Add terminal.Cursor error handling on Windows (#414)
    • 6cbb195 Fix Survey output on Windows (#413)
    • c07023a Skip vi-dependent tests when there is no vi in PATH (#397)
    • 099a968 Fix multiple validator inconsistency (#401)
    • 1b28f27 fix: ensure terminal has required read settings in non-canonical mode (#409)
    • bcabe24 Stricter error handling in tests (#404)
    • 3cabaff Drop proprietary runner dependency in favor of go tooling (#403)
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  • Support prefix rewrites for zed import just like the playground does

    Support prefix rewrites for zed import just like the playground does

    When one edits a schema in the playground then imports it back into a permissions system via the "import" button, the playground automatically prepends the permission system's prefix to each reference in the schema.

    However, that rewrite doesn't happen on zed import operations, making it difficult to share a common schema file with multiple permission systems; each reference in the schema has to be manually modified to include the prefix for the destination permission system.

    This is a request to either:

    • fetch the prefix from the destination permissions system and then automatically prepend the prefix to each reference, just like the playground (ideal)
    • pass in the prefix via a command line option (not as ideal)
    area/CLI area/tooling 
    opened by glorious-beard 2
  • Bump tailscale.com from 1.18.2 to 1.20.1

    Bump tailscale.com from 1.18.2 to 1.20.1

    Bumps tailscale.com from 1.18.2 to 1.20.1.

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    Sourced from tailscale.com's releases.

    1.20.1

    Fix a potential deadlock in handling the DERPmap.

    1.20.0

    All Platforms

    • New: When using an exit node, DNS queries will be forwarded to the exit node for resolution
    • New: tailscaled now allows running the outgoing SOCKS5 and HTTP proxies on the same port.
    • New: SOCKS5/HTTP proxies now allow connecting via subnet routers & exit nodes when run in userspace-networking mode
    • New: More debug metrics available
    • New: tailscale ip -1 flag
    • New: CLI now lets you select exit node by name
    • New: CLI now shows you which nodes are offering exit nodes
    • New: CLI now refuses to let you pick an invalid exit node (when connected)
    • New: Packet filter now supports matching any IP protocol number when enabled in ACLs (previously only TCP, UDP, ICMP and SCTP)
    • New: Added Online boolean to tailscale status --json, made tailscale status show offline nodes
    • New: Added tailscale up --json
    • Fixed: MagicDNS now works over IPv6 when CGNAT IPv4 is disabled using DisableIPv4: true in ACL
    • Fixed: choose a new DERP if the current DERP is removed from the DERPmap
    • Fixed: bug fixes, cleanups, log spam reduction

    Linux

    • Changed: tailscale file cp sends via the local tailscaled now, so it now supports tailscaled running in tun-free, userspace-networking mode (such as on Synology DSM7 unless you enable TUN mode)

    Windows

    • New: GUI support for running an exit node

    macOS

    • New: GUI support for running an exit node

    iOS

    • Changed: Send heartbeats less often, to conserve battery

    Android

    • New: Talkback support
    • New: Menu selection to generate a bug report
    • New: "Allow LAN Access" checkbox in Exit Node menu
    • Changed: Send heartbeats less often, to conserve battery
    • Changed: implement DNS config reporting, no longer require fallback DNS to be configured in admin panel
    • Fixed: Report in the UI when connectivity is lost; this functionality was present but broken in prior releases

    FreeBSD

    • Fixed: Now supports running in a jail (if devd isn't available, it falls back to network status polling mode)
    Commits
    • 88c4bde VERSION.txt: this is v1.20.1
    • 7052c6f wgengine/magicsock: fix lock ordering deadlock with derphttp
    • e510abc net/dnscache: don't cancel the TLS context before writing to the result channel.
    • 958917d VERSION.txt: this is v1.20.0
    • 7c1a1aa tailcfg: no-op bump of MapRequest.Version
    • 90423bf wgengine/netstack: make userspace ping work when tailscaled has CAP_NET_RAW
    • 0028a8d cmd/tailscale/cli/web: fix typo where the html template data was being
    • 8519cab net/dns/resolver: handle tabs as whitespace when ExitDNS parses resolv.conf
    • 4cd0620 net/netns: remove a useless probe of the "ip" command
    • 04a7f50 cmd/tailscale: let 'tailscale up --reset' do a pref edit
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  • Bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.29.4 to 0.36.0

    Bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.29.4 to 0.36.0

    Bumps github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.29.4 to 0.36.0.

    Release notes

    Sourced from github.com/open-policy-agent/opa's releases.

    v0.36.0

    This release contains a number of fixes and enhancements.

    OpenTelemetry and opa exec

    This release adds OpenTelemetry support to OPA. This makes it possible to emit spans to an OpenTelemetry collector via gRPC on both incoming and outgoing (i.e. http.send) calls in the server. See the updated docs on monitoring for more information and configuration options (#1469 authored by @​rvalkenaers)

    This release also adds a new opa exec command for doing one-off evaluations of policy against input similar to opa eval, but using the full capabilities of the server (config file, plugins, etc). This is particularly useful in contexts such as CI/CD or when enforcing policy for infrastructure as code, where one might want to run OPA with remote bundles and decision logs but without having a running server. See the updated docs on Terraform for an example use case. (#3525)

    Built-in Functions

    • Four new functions for working with HMAC (crypto.hmac.md5, crypto.hmac.sha1, crypto.hmac.sha256, and crypto.hmac.sha512) was added (#1740 reported by @​jshaw86)
    • array.reverse(array) and strings.reverse(string) was added for reversing arrays and strings (#3736 authored by @​kristiansvalland and @​olamiko)
    • The http.send built-in function now uses a metric for counting inter-query cache hits (#4023 authored by @​mirayadav)
    • An overflow issue with dates very far in the future has been fixed in the time.* built-in functions (#4098 reported by @​morgante)

    Tooling

    • A problem with future keyword import of in was fixed for opa fmt (#4111, reported by @​keshavprasadms)
    • An issue with opa fmt when refs contained operators was fixed (authored by @​jaspervdj-luminal)
    • Fix file renaming check in optimization using opa build (authored by @​davidmarne-wf)
    • The allow_net capability was added, allowing setting limits on what hosts can be reached in built-ins like http.send and net.lookup_ip_addr (#3665)

    Server

    • A new credential provider for AWS credential files was added (#2786 reported by @​rgueldem)
    • The new --tls-cert-refresh-period flag can now be provided to opa run. If used with a positive duration, such as "5m" (5 minutes), "24h", etc, the server will track the certificate and key files' contents. When their content changes, the certificates will be reloaded (#2500 reported by @​patoarvizu)
    • A new v1/status endpoint was added, providing the same data as the status plugin would send to a remote endpoint (#4089)
    • The HTTP router of OPA is now exposed to the plugin manager (#2777 authored by @​bhoriuchi reported by @​mneil)
    • Calling print now works in decision masking policies
    • An unintended switch between long/regular polling on 304 HTTP status was fixed (#3923 authored by @​floriangasc)
    • The error message about prohibited config in the discovery plugin has been improved
    • The discovery plugin no longer panics in Trigger() if downloader is nil
    • The bundle plugin now ignores service errors for file:// resources
    • The bundle plugin file loader was updated to support directories
    • A timer to HTTP request was added to the downloader
    • The requested_by field in the logging plugin is now optional

    Rego

    • The error message raised when using - with a number and a set is now more specific (as opposed to the correct usage with two sets, or two numbers) (#1643)

    • Fixed an edge case when using print and arrays in unification (#4078)

    • Improved performance of some array operations by caching an array's groundness bit (#3679)

    • ⚠️ Stricter check of arity in undefined function stage (#4054). This change will fail evaluation in some unusual cases where it previously would succeed, but these policies should be very uncommon.

      An example policy that previously would succeed but no longer will (wrong arity):

    ... (truncated)

    Changelog

    Sourced from github.com/open-policy-agent/opa's changelog.

    0.36.0

    This release contains a number of fixes and enhancements.

    OpenTelemetry and opa exec

    This release adds OpenTelemetry support to OPA. This makes it possible to emit spans to an OpenTelemetry collector via gRPC on both incoming and outgoing (i.e. http.send) calls in the server. See the updated docs on monitoring for more information and configuration options (#1469) authored by @rvalkenaers

    This release also adds a new opa exec command for doing one-off evaluations of policy against input similar to opa eval, but using the full capabilities of the server (config file, plugins, etc). This is particularly useful in contexts such as CI/CD or when enforcing policy for infrastructure as code, where one might want to run OPA with remote bundles and decision logs but without having a running server. See the updated docs on Terraform for an example use case. (#3525)

    Built-in Functions

    • Four new functions for working with HMAC (crypto.hmac.md5, crypto.hmac.sha1, crypto.hmac.sha256, and crypto.hmac.sha512) was added (#1740) reported by @jshaw86
    • array.reverse(array) and strings.reverse(string) was added for reversing arrays and strings (#3736) authored by @kristiansvalland and @olamiko
    • The http.send built-in function now uses a metric for counting inter-query cache hits (#4023) authored by @mirayadav
    • An overflow issue with dates very far in the future has been fixed in the time.* built-in functions (#4098) reported by @morgante

    Tooling

    • A problem with future keyword import of in was fixed for opa fmt (#4111) reported by @keshavprasadms
    • An issue with opa fmt when refs contained operators was fixed (authored by @jaspervdj-luminal)
    • Fix file renaming check in optimization using opa build (authored by @davidmarne-wf)
    • The allow_net capability was added, allowing setting limits on what hosts can be reached in built-ins like http.send and net.lookup_ip_addr (#3665)

    Server

    • A new credential provider for AWS credential files was added (#2786) reported by @rgueldem
    • The new --tls-cert-refresh-period flag can now be provided to opa run. If used with a positive duration, such as "5m" (5 minutes), "24h", etc, the server will track the certificate and key files' contents. When their content changes, the certificates will be reloaded (#2500) reported by @patoarvizu
    • A new v1/status endpoint was added, providing the same data as the status plugin would send to a remote endpoint (#4089)
    • The HTTP router of OPA is now exposed to the plugin manager (#2777) authored by @bhoriuchi reported by @mneil
    • Calling print now works in decision masking policies
    • An unintended switch between long/regular polling on 304 HTTP status was fixed (#3923) authored by @floriangasc
    • The error message about prohibited config in the discovery plugin has been improved
    • The discovery plugin no longer panics in Trigger() if downloader is nil
    • The bundle plugin now ignores service errors for file:// resources
    • The bundle plugin file loader was updated to support directories
    • A timer to HTTP request was added to the downloader
    • The requested_by field in the logging plugin is now optional

    Rego

    ... (truncated)

    Commits
    • c2b2c62 Prepare v0.36.0 release (#4178)
    • 0ddf1db Add Open Service Mesh to ecosystem (#4171)
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    • 48b8be3 Check PR for mistakes in ecosystem page change (#4164)
    • 83eaed4 docs: Update terraform tutorial to use opa exec
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  • Bump tailscale.com from 1.6.0 to 1.18.2

    Bump tailscale.com from 1.6.0 to 1.18.2

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    1.18.2

    Bugfixes

    All Platforms

    • make exit node selection take effect (almost) immediately
    • permit protocols other than TCP+UDP if ACL allows *

    Linux

    • in DNS DirectManager, allow comments at the end of a line
    • don't get stuck waiting for systemd-resolved if we mis-estimated the DNS manager

    Synology

    • fix receiving taildrop files

    v1.18.1

    • Linux-only release to fix some regressions on some kernel configs related to our direct use of netlink rather than using the ip command to program routes and policy routing.

    1.18.0

    Platform independent

    • Improve UPnP discovery; eero devices now work, allowing a port to be opened for direct connections (also in 1.16.2)
    • If unable to upload telemetry, limit amount buffered to 50MB
    • Retry more transient DNS errors, instead of passing the failure back to the client
    • fix state machine transition regarding expired key extension
    • the tailscaled debug server now exports Prometheus metrics at /debug/metrics

    Linux

    • Support storing Tailscale state using AWS SSM (ex: tailscaled -state arn:aws:ssm:eu-west-1:123456789:parameter/foo) (thank you Maxime VISONNEAU)
    • use AF_NETLINK messages to configure IP, not the ip command. Set TS_DEBUG_USE_IP_COMMAND environment variable to revert to use of /sbin/ip if this breaks your device.
    • if resolvconf wrote /etc/resolv.conf but pointed it to systemd-resolved, use systemd-resolved for DNS not resolvconf
    • if NetworkManager wrote /etc/resolv.conf but pointed it to systemd-resolved, use systemd-resolved for DNS not NetworkManager
    • handle /etc/resolv.conf being a bind mount into a container, such that we cannot rename() it.
    • work around Ubuntu 18.04 setLinkDomain length limit by omitting reverse lookup information
    • make /etc/resolv.conf parse to the end of the comment section, not use the first match it finds

    iOS

    • on iOS 15+, where Network Extensions have more memory available, allow the same number of DNS-over-HTTPS requests in flight as other platforms

    Synology

    • only use AmbientCaps on DSM7+
    • add an exit node enable checkbox in the web login form

    1.16.2

    • Fix UPnP discovery for certain Wi-Fi routers, notably eero tailscale/tailscale#3197
    • Limit log buffer size on disk, for example if uploads are blocked

    1.16.1

    General improvements

    • Resolve connectivity issue where a DISCO key was assumed to map to one node when in reality it could be any of several nodes.

    Platform specific

    ... (truncated)

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    • d4fd80c net/tshttpproxy: use correct size for Windows BOOL argument
    • 71be839 net/portmapper: improve handling of UPnP parse errors
    • 3221078 net/dns: fix checking for wrapped error when attempting to read wsl.conf for ...
    • 3d99375 cmd/tailscale: clarify which prefless flags don't need revert protection
    • 972bccc wgengine/filter: let unknown IPProto match if IP okay & match allows all ports
    • 6c44133 ipn/{ipnserver,ipnlocal}: support incoming Taildrop on Synology
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    • 7d6407a wgengine/router{windows}: return the output from the firewallTweaker
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  • Bump github.com/authzed/spicedb from 1.1.0 to 1.4.0

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    v1.4.0

    Changelog

    NOTE: This change includes a security fix for a vulnerability introduced in v1.3.0. All users of v1.3.0 should update to this version. See the security advisory for more information.

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/authzed/spicedb/compare/v1.3.0...v1.4.0

    What's Changed

    Docker Images

    This release is available at quay.io/authzed/spicedb:v1.4.0 and ghcr.io/authzed/spicedb:v1.4.0

    v1.3.0

    WARNING: This release contains a security issue as described in the security advisory. All users are requested to update to at least version v1.4.0 to remediate.

    Feature Highlights

    • Namespaces are now versioned internally, guaranteeing consistency during schema upgrades
    • A wildcard can be specified to allow any object to have a relationship

    What's Changed

    ... (truncated)

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    • d1b6877 Merge pull request #374 from josephschorr/fix-formatting
    • 883fc2c Fixes for lint issues
    • 15bba2e Merge pull request from GHSA-7p8f-8hjm-wm92
    • 635b575 Update tooling and testing to properly handle wildcards
    • ae5d23b Update membershipset to handle wildcards
    • d1c7514 SECURITY FIX: Ensure wildcard is properly handled in Lookup
    • 62e88f2 Update UserSet to a SubjectSet that can handle wildcards
    • d002401 Merge pull request #371 from ecordell/3char
    • 0b0c9ce remove unused validation package
    • 2f1948c bump authzed-go to 0.4.1
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  • Bump github.com/cockroachdb/cockroach from 20.1.13+incompatible to 20.1.17+incompatible

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    • 885f9f4 ui: fix Overview screen in OSS builds
    • 006a72f roachtest: disable pgx test
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    • ae2ef96 Merge pull request #64498 from jbowens/jackson/release-20.1-sync
    • 145b011 kv: prioritize NodeLiveness Range in Raft scheduler
    • e1c93b1 kv: cap COCKROACH_SCHEDULER_CONCURRENCY at 96
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  • build(deps): bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.4

    build(deps): bump github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.4

    Bumps github.com/open-policy-agent/opa from 0.46.1 to 0.47.4.

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    v0.47.4

    This is a bug fix release addressing a panic in opa test.

    • tester/runner: Fix panic'ing case in utility function. (#5496)

    v0.47.3

    This is a bug fix release addressing an issue that prevented OPA from fetching bundles stored in S3 buckets.

    • providers/aws: Refactor + fix 2x Authorization header append issue. (#5472)

    v0.47.2

    This is a second security fix to address CVE-2022-41717/GO-2022-1144.

    We previously believed that upgrading the Golang version and its stdlib would be sufficient to address the problem. It turns out we also need to bump the x/net dependency to v0.4.0., a version that hadn't existed when v0.46.2 was released.

    This release bumps the golang.org/x/net dependency to v0.4.0, and contains no other changes over v0.46.2.

    Note that the affected code is OPA's HTTP server. So if you're using OPA as a Golang library, or if your confident that your OPA's HTTP interface is protected by other means (as it should be -- not exposed to the public internet), you're OK.

    v0.47.1

    This is a bug fix release addressing two issues: one security issue, and one bug related to formatting backwards-compatibility.

    Golang security fix CVE-2022-41717

    An attacker can cause excessive memory growth in a Go server accepting HTTP/2 requests.

    Since we advise against running an OPA service exposed to the general public of the internet, potential attackers would be limited to people that are already capable of sending direct requests to the OPA service.

    opa fmt and backwards compatibility (#5449)

    In v0.46.1, it was possible that opa fmt would format a rule in such a way that:

    1. Before formatting, it was working fine with older OPA versions, and
    2. after formatting, it would only work with OPA version >= 0.46.1.

    This backwards incompatibility wasn't intended, and has now been fixed.

    v0.47.0

    This release contains a mix of bugfixes, optimizations, and new features.

    New Built-in Function: object.keys

    ... (truncated)

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    0.47.4

    This is a bug fix release addressing a panic in opa test.

    0.47.3

    This is a bug fix release addressing an issue that prevented OPA from fetching bundles stored in S3 buckets.

    0.47.2 and 0.46.3

    This is a second security fix to address CVE-2022-41717/GO-2022-1144.

    We previously believed that upgrading the Golang version and its stdlib would be sufficient to address the problem. It turns out we also need to bump the x/net dependency to v0.4.0., a version that hadn't existed when v0.46.2 was released.

    This release bumps the golang.org/x/net dependency to v0.4.0, and contains no other changes over v0.46.2.

    Note that the affected code is OPA's HTTP server. So if you're using OPA as a Golang library, or if your confident that your OPA's HTTP interface is protected by other means (as it should be -- not exposed to the public internet), you're OK.

    0.47.1 and 0.46.2

    This is a bug fix release addressing two issues: one security issue, and one bug related to formatting backwards-compatibility.

    Golang security fix CVE-2022-41717

    An attacker can cause excessive memory growth in a Go server accepting HTTP/2 requests.

    Since we advise against running an OPA service exposed to the general public of the internet, potential attackers would be limited to people that are already capable of sending direct requests to the OPA service.

    opa fmt and backwards compatibility (#5449)

    In v0.46.1, it was possible that opa fmt would format a rule in such a way that:

    1. Before formatting, it was working fine with older OPA versions, and
    2. after formatting, it would only work with OPA version >= 0.46.1.

    This backwards incompatibility wasn't intended, and has now been fixed.

    0.47.0

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  • build(deps): bump github.com/99designs/keyring from 1.2.1 to 1.2.2

    build(deps): bump github.com/99designs/keyring from 1.2.1 to 1.2.2

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    • Return ErrKeyNotFound when removing missing keychain items #113
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  • build(deps): bump golang.org/x/term from 0.2.0 to 0.3.0

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  • Rearchitect zed to support a WASM-based mode

    Rearchitect zed to support a WASM-based mode

    • Moves a bunch of the commands into a shared package for easy use
    • Abstracts away writing to the console so it can be overridden
    • Abstracts away client creation so it can be overridden
    • Moves to cobrautil v2
    • Fixes a few small bugs encountered along the way
    • Adds a WASM package which allows for zed to be invoked via WASM
    opened by josephschorr 0
  • Running multiple zed commands using the Dockerfile

    Running multiple zed commands using the Dockerfile

    Hey,

    I'm trying to run a couple zed commands in a Kubernetes job using the zed Docker image.

    The recommended way to do this seems to be

    command: ["/bin/sh","-c"]
    args: ["zed command_1; zed command_2"]
    

    However, I noticed the base image for the container doesn't have a shell available (or im unable to find it?)

    What's the recommended way of running multiple commands on the container?

    Using quay.io/authzed/zed:0.5.0 since im still running into this issue with other versions

    opened by fro-yo 1
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