csSecurityTaskExtraPlugin - 0.1.0

The csSecurityTaskExtraPlugin provides some new tasks to help assess security coverage in your application

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csSecurityTaskExtraPlugin

The csSecurityTaskExtraPlugin provide some new tasks to the symfony command line tool

  • app:security application : Assess security coverage in your application
  • app:route-security application : Assess security coverage of routes in your application
  • app:group-security application [group] : Assess security coverage for groups in your application
  • app:user-security application [user] : Assess security coverage for users in your application

Examples

The app:security task outputs a readable list of security.yml specifications in your application

$ ./symfony app:security frontend

App Security

The app:route-security task compares your security.ymls to all the routes in your application

$ ./symfony app:route-security frontend

App Security

You can also list who has access to with actions specified in security.yml with the group-security task.

$ ./symfony app:group-security frontend

App Security

Pass the name of an sfGuardGroup object as the second argument to narrow down your output

$ ./symfony app:group-security frontend author

App Security

List users who has access with the user-security task.

$ ./symfony app:user-security frontend

App Security

Pass the username or id of an sfGuardUser object as the second argument to narrow down your output

$ ./symfony app:group-security frontend andyadministrator
OR
$ ./symfony app:group-security frontend 3

App Security

Please send all comments or questions to Brent Shaffer