mod_seclabels

Introduction

This module implements XEP-0258: Security Labels in XMPP, but not actual policy enforcement. See for example mod_firewall for that.

Configuration

As with all modules, you enable it by adding it to the modules_enabled list.

These options exist:

Name Description Default
security_catalog_name Catalouge name “Default”
security_catalog_desc Catalouge description “My labels”

You can then add your labels in a table called security_labels. They can be both orderd and unorderd, but ordered comes first.

security_labels = {
  { -- This label will come first
    name = "Public",
    label = true, -- This is a label, but without the actual label.
      default = true -- This is the default label.
  },
  {
    name = "Private",
    label = "PRIVATE",
    color = "white",
    bgcolor = "blue"
  },
  Sensitive = { -- A Sub-selector
    SECRET = { -- The index is used as name
      label = true
    },
    TOPSECRET = { -- The order of this and the above is not guaranteed.
      color = "red",
      bgcolor = "black",
    }
  }
}

Each label can have the following properties:

Name Description Default
name The name of the label. Used for selector. Required.
label The actual label, ie <esssecuritylabel/> Required, can be boolean for a empty label, or a string.
display The text shown as display marking. Defaults to the name
color, bgcolor The fore- and background color of the display marking None
default Boolean, true for the default. Only one may be default. false

Installation

With the plugin installer in Prosody 0.12 you can use:

sudo prosodyctl install https://modules.prosody.im/rocks/mod_seclabels-10-1.src.rock

For other see the documentation for installing 3rd party modules