/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) | |

* All rights reserved. | |

* | |

* This package is an SSL implementation written | |

* by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). | |

* The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL. | |

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#ifndef OPENSSL_HEADER_RSA_H | |

#define OPENSSL_HEADER_RSA_H | |

#include <openssl/base.h> | |

#include <openssl/engine.h> | |

#include <openssl/ex_data.h> | |

#include <openssl/thread.h> | |

#if defined(__cplusplus) | |

extern "C" { | |

#endif | |

/* rsa.h contains functions for handling encryption and signature using RSA. */ | |

/* Allocation and destruction. */ | |

/* RSA_new returns a new, empty RSA object or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_new(void); | |

/* RSA_new_method acts the same as |RSA_new| but takes an explicit |ENGINE|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_new_method(const ENGINE *engine); | |

/* RSA_free decrements the reference count of |rsa| and frees it if the | |

* reference count drops to zero. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT void RSA_free(RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_up_ref increments the reference count of |rsa|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_up_ref(RSA *rsa); | |

/* Key generation. */ | |

/* RSA_generate_key_ex generates a new RSA key where the modulus has size | |

* |bits| and the public exponent is |e|. If unsure, |RSA_F4| is a good value | |

* for |e|. If |cb| is not NULL then it is called during the key generation | |

* process. In addition to the calls documented for |BN_generate_prime_ex|, it | |

* is called with event=2 when the n'th prime is rejected as unsuitable and | |

* with event=3 when a suitable value for |p| is found. | |

* | |

* It returns one on success or zero on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_generate_key_ex(RSA *rsa, int bits, BIGNUM *e, | |

BN_GENCB *cb); | |

/* RSA_generate_multi_prime_key acts like |RSA_generate_key_ex| but can | |

* generate an RSA private key with more than two primes. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_generate_multi_prime_key(RSA *rsa, int bits, | |

int num_primes, BIGNUM *e, | |

BN_GENCB *cb); | |

/* Encryption / Decryption */ | |

/* Padding types for encryption. */ | |

#define RSA_PKCS1_PADDING 1 | |

#define RSA_NO_PADDING 3 | |

#define RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING 4 | |

/* RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING can only be used via the EVP interface. */ | |

#define RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING 6 | |

/* RSA_encrypt encrypts |in_len| bytes from |in| to the public key from |rsa| | |

* and writes, at most, |max_out| bytes of encrypted data to |out|. The | |

* |max_out| argument must be, at least, |RSA_size| in order to ensure success. | |

* | |

* It returns 1 on success or zero on error. | |

* | |

* The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If in | |

* doubt, use |RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING| for new protocols but | |

* |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is most common. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_encrypt(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, | |

size_t max_out, const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, | |

int padding); | |

/* RSA_decrypt decrypts |in_len| bytes from |in| with the private key from | |

* |rsa| and writes, at most, |max_out| bytes of plaintext to |out|. The | |

* |max_out| argument must be, at least, |RSA_size| in order to ensure success. | |

* | |

* It returns 1 on success or zero on error. | |

* | |

* The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If in | |

* doubt, use |RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING| for new protocols. | |

* | |

* Passing |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| into this function is deprecated and insecure. If | |

* implementing a protocol using RSAES-PKCS1-V1_5, use |RSA_NO_PADDING| and then | |

* check padding in constant-time combined with a swap to a random session key | |

* or other mitigation. See "Chosen Ciphertext Attacks Against Protocols Based | |

* on the RSA Encryption Standard PKCS #1", Daniel Bleichenbacher, Advances in | |

* Cryptology (Crypto '98). */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_decrypt(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, | |

size_t max_out, const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, | |

int padding); | |

/* RSA_public_encrypt encrypts |flen| bytes from |from| to the public key in | |

* |rsa| and writes the encrypted data to |to|. The |to| buffer must have at | |

* least |RSA_size| bytes of space. It returns the number of bytes written, or | |

* -1 on error. The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| | |

* values. If in doubt, use |RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING| for new protocols but | |

* |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is most common. | |

* | |

* WARNING: this function is dangerous because it breaks the usual return value | |

* convention. Use |RSA_encrypt| instead. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_public_encrypt(size_t flen, const uint8_t *from, | |

uint8_t *to, RSA *rsa, int padding); | |

/* RSA_private_decrypt decrypts |flen| bytes from |from| with the public key in | |

* |rsa| and writes the plaintext to |to|. The |to| buffer must have at least | |

* |RSA_size| bytes of space. It returns the number of bytes written, or -1 on | |

* error. The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If | |

* in doubt, use |RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING| for new protocols. Passing | |

* |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| into this function is deprecated and insecure. See | |

* |RSA_decrypt|. | |

* | |

* WARNING: this function is dangerous because it breaks the usual return value | |

* convention. Use |RSA_decrypt| instead. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_private_decrypt(size_t flen, const uint8_t *from, | |

uint8_t *to, RSA *rsa, int padding); | |

/* Signing / Verification */ | |

/* RSA_sign signs |in_len| bytes of digest from |in| with |rsa| using | |

* RSASSA-PKCS1-v1_5. It writes, at most, |RSA_size(rsa)| bytes to |out|. On | |

* successful return, the actual number of bytes written is written to | |

* |*out_len|. | |

* | |

* The |hash_nid| argument identifies the hash function used to calculate |in| | |

* and is embedded in the resulting signature. For example, it might be | |

* |NID_sha256|. | |

* | |

* It returns 1 on success and zero on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_sign(int hash_nid, const uint8_t *in, | |

unsigned int in_len, uint8_t *out, | |

unsigned int *out_len, RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_sign_raw signs |in_len| bytes from |in| with the public key from |rsa| | |

* and writes, at most, |max_out| bytes of signature data to |out|. The | |

* |max_out| argument must be, at least, |RSA_size| in order to ensure success. | |

* | |

* It returns 1 on success or zero on error. | |

* | |

* The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If in | |

* doubt, |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is the most common but |RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING| | |

* (via the |EVP_PKEY| interface) is preferred for new protocols. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_sign_raw(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, | |

size_t max_out, const uint8_t *in, | |

size_t in_len, int padding); | |

/* RSA_verify verifies that |sig_len| bytes from |sig| are a valid, | |

* RSASSA-PKCS1-v1_5 signature of |msg_len| bytes at |msg| by |rsa|. | |

* | |

* The |hash_nid| argument identifies the hash function used to calculate |in| | |

* and is embedded in the resulting signature in order to prevent hash | |

* confusion attacks. For example, it might be |NID_sha256|. | |

* | |

* It returns one if the signature is valid and zero otherwise. | |

* | |

* WARNING: this differs from the original, OpenSSL function which additionally | |

* returned -1 on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_verify(int hash_nid, const uint8_t *msg, size_t msg_len, | |

const uint8_t *sig, size_t sig_len, RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_verify_raw verifies |in_len| bytes of signature from |in| using the | |

* public key from |rsa| and writes, at most, |max_out| bytes of plaintext to | |

* |out|. The |max_out| argument must be, at least, |RSA_size| in order to | |

* ensure success. | |

* | |

* It returns 1 on success or zero on error. | |

* | |

* The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If in | |

* doubt, |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is the most common but |RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING| | |

* (via the |EVP_PKEY| interface) is preferred for new protocols. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_verify_raw(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, | |

size_t max_out, const uint8_t *in, | |

size_t in_len, int padding); | |

/* RSA_private_encrypt encrypts |flen| bytes from |from| with the private key in | |

* |rsa| and writes the encrypted data to |to|. The |to| buffer must have at | |

* least |RSA_size| bytes of space. It returns the number of bytes written, or | |

* -1 on error. The |padding| argument must be one of the |RSA_*_PADDING| | |

* values. If in doubt, |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is the most common but | |

* |RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING| (via the |EVP_PKEY| interface) is preferred for new | |

* protocols. | |

* | |

* WARNING: this function is dangerous because it breaks the usual return value | |

* convention. Use |RSA_sign_raw| instead. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_private_encrypt(size_t flen, const uint8_t *from, | |

uint8_t *to, RSA *rsa, int padding); | |

/* RSA_public_decrypt verifies |flen| bytes of signature from |from| using the | |

* public key in |rsa| and writes the plaintext to |to|. The |to| buffer must | |

* have at least |RSA_size| bytes of space. It returns the number of bytes | |

* written, or -1 on error. The |padding| argument must be one of the | |

* |RSA_*_PADDING| values. If in doubt, |RSA_PKCS1_PADDING| is the most common | |

* but |RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING| (via the |EVP_PKEY| interface) is preferred for | |

* new protocols. | |

* | |

* WARNING: this function is dangerous because it breaks the usual return value | |

* convention. Use |RSA_verify_raw| instead. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_public_decrypt(size_t flen, const uint8_t *from, | |

uint8_t *to, RSA *rsa, int padding); | |

/* Utility functions. */ | |

/* RSA_size returns the number of bytes in the modulus, which is also the size | |

* of a signature or encrypted value using |rsa|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT unsigned RSA_size(const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_is_opaque returns one if |rsa| is opaque and doesn't expose its key | |

* material. Otherwise it returns zero. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_is_opaque(const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_supports_digest returns one if |rsa| supports signing digests | |

* of type |md|. Otherwise it returns zero. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_supports_digest(const RSA *rsa, const EVP_MD *md); | |

/* RSAPublicKey_dup allocates a fresh |RSA| and copies the public key from | |

* |rsa| into it. It returns the fresh |RSA| object, or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSAPublicKey_dup(const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSAPrivateKey_dup allocates a fresh |RSA| and copies the private key from | |

* |rsa| into it. It returns the fresh |RSA| object, or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSAPrivateKey_dup(const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_check_key performs basic validatity tests on |rsa|. It returns one if | |

* they pass and zero otherwise. Opaque keys and public keys always pass. If it | |

* returns zero then a more detailed error is available on the error queue. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_check_key(const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_recover_crt_params uses |rsa->n|, |rsa->d| and |rsa->e| in order to | |

* calculate the two primes used and thus the precomputed, CRT values. These | |

* values are set in the |p|, |q|, |dmp1|, |dmq1| and |iqmp| members of |rsa|, | |

* which must be |NULL| on entry. It returns one on success and zero | |

* otherwise. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_recover_crt_params(RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_verify_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1 verifies that |EM| is a correct PSS padding of | |

* |mHash|, where |mHash| is a digest produced by |Hash|. |EM| must point to | |

* exactly |RSA_size(rsa)| bytes of data. The |mgf1Hash| argument specifies the | |

* hash function for generating the mask. If NULL, |Hash| is used. The |sLen| | |

* argument specifies the expected salt length in bytes. If |sLen| is -1 then | |

* the salt length is the same as the hash length. If -2, then the salt length | |

* is maximal and is taken from the size of |EM|. | |

* | |

* It returns one on success or zero on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_verify_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1(RSA *rsa, const uint8_t *mHash, | |

const EVP_MD *Hash, | |

const EVP_MD *mgf1Hash, | |

const uint8_t *EM, int sLen); | |

/* RSA_padding_add_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1 writes a PSS padding of |mHash| to |EM|, | |

* where |mHash| is a digest produced by |Hash|. |RSA_size(rsa)| bytes of | |

* output will be written to |EM|. The |mgf1Hash| argument specifies the hash | |

* function for generating the mask. If NULL, |Hash| is used. The |sLen| | |

* argument specifies the expected salt length in bytes. If |sLen| is -1 then | |

* the salt length is the same as the hash length. If -2, then the salt length | |

* is maximal given the space in |EM|. | |

* | |

* It returns one on success or zero on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_padding_add_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1(RSA *rsa, uint8_t *EM, | |

const uint8_t *mHash, | |

const EVP_MD *Hash, | |

const EVP_MD *mgf1Hash, | |

int sLen); | |

/* RSA_add_pkcs1_prefix builds a version of |msg| prefixed with the DigestInfo | |

* header for the given hash function and sets |out_msg| to point to it. On | |

* successful return, |*out_msg| may be allocated memory and, if so, | |

* |*is_alloced| will be 1. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_add_pkcs1_prefix(uint8_t **out_msg, size_t *out_msg_len, | |

int *is_alloced, int hash_nid, | |

const uint8_t *msg, size_t msg_len); | |

/* ASN.1 functions. */ | |

/* RSA_parse_public_key parses a DER-encoded RSAPublicKey structure (RFC 3447) | |

* from |cbs| and advances |cbs|. It returns a newly-allocated |RSA| or NULL on | |

* error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_parse_public_key(CBS *cbs); | |

/* RSA_parse_public_key_buggy behaves like |RSA_parse_public_key|, but it | |

* tolerates some invalid encodings. Do not use this function. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_parse_public_key_buggy(CBS *cbs); | |

/* RSA_public_key_from_bytes parses |in| as a DER-encoded RSAPublicKey structure | |

* (RFC 3447). It returns a newly-allocated |RSA| or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_public_key_from_bytes(const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len); | |

/* RSA_marshal_public_key marshals |rsa| as a DER-encoded RSAPublicKey structure | |

* (RFC 3447) and appends the result to |cbb|. It returns one on success and | |

* zero on failure. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_marshal_public_key(CBB *cbb, const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_public_key_to_bytes marshals |rsa| as a DER-encoded RSAPublicKey | |

* structure (RFC 3447) and, on success, sets |*out_bytes| to a newly allocated | |

* buffer containing the result and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero. The | |

* result should be freed with |OPENSSL_free|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_public_key_to_bytes(uint8_t **out_bytes, size_t *out_len, | |

const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_parse_private_key parses a DER-encoded RSAPrivateKey structure (RFC 3447) | |

* from |cbs| and advances |cbs|. It returns a newly-allocated |RSA| or NULL on | |

* error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_parse_private_key(CBS *cbs); | |

/* RSA_private_key_from_bytes parses |in| as a DER-encoded RSAPrivateKey | |

* structure (RFC 3447). It returns a newly-allocated |RSA| or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_private_key_from_bytes(const uint8_t *in, | |

size_t in_len); | |

/* RSA_marshal_private_key marshals |rsa| as a DER-encoded RSAPrivateKey | |

* structure (RFC 3447) and appends the result to |cbb|. It returns one on | |

* success and zero on failure. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_marshal_private_key(CBB *cbb, const RSA *rsa); | |

/* RSA_private_key_to_bytes marshals |rsa| as a DER-encoded RSAPrivateKey | |

* structure (RFC 3447) and, on success, sets |*out_bytes| to a newly allocated | |

* buffer containing the result and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero. The | |

* result should be freed with |OPENSSL_free|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_private_key_to_bytes(uint8_t **out_bytes, | |

size_t *out_len, const RSA *rsa); | |

/* ex_data functions. | |

* | |

* See |ex_data.h| for details. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_get_ex_new_index(long argl, void *argp, | |

CRYPTO_EX_unused *unused, | |

CRYPTO_EX_dup *dup_func, | |

CRYPTO_EX_free *free_func); | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_set_ex_data(RSA *r, int idx, void *arg); | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT void *RSA_get_ex_data(const RSA *r, int idx); | |

/* Flags. */ | |

/* RSA_FLAG_OPAQUE specifies that this RSA_METHOD does not expose its key | |

* material. This may be set if, for instance, it is wrapping some other crypto | |

* API, like a platform key store. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_OPAQUE 1 | |

/* RSA_FLAG_CACHE_PUBLIC causes a precomputed Montgomery context to be created, | |

* on demand, for the public key operations. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_CACHE_PUBLIC 2 | |

/* RSA_FLAG_CACHE_PRIVATE causes a precomputed Montgomery context to be | |

* created, on demand, for the private key operations. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_CACHE_PRIVATE 4 | |

/* RSA_FLAG_NO_BLINDING disables blinding of private operations. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_NO_BLINDING 8 | |

/* RSA_FLAG_EXT_PKEY means that private key operations will be handled by | |

* |mod_exp| and that they do not depend on the private key components being | |

* present: for example a key stored in external hardware. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_EXT_PKEY 0x20 | |

/* RSA_FLAG_SIGN_VER causes the |sign| and |verify| functions of |rsa_meth_st| | |

* to be called when set. */ | |

#define RSA_FLAG_SIGN_VER 0x40 | |

/* RSA public exponent values. */ | |

#define RSA_3 0x3 | |

#define RSA_F4 0x10001 | |

/* Deprecated functions. */ | |

/* RSA_blinding_on returns one. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_blinding_on(RSA *rsa, BN_CTX *ctx); | |

/* RSA_generate_key behaves like |RSA_generate_key_ex|, which is what you | |

* should use instead. It returns NULL on error, or a newly-allocated |RSA| on | |

* success. This function is provided for compatibility only. The |callback| | |

* and |cb_arg| parameters must be NULL. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *RSA_generate_key(int bits, unsigned long e, void *callback, | |

void *cb_arg); | |

/* d2i_RSAPublicKey parses an ASN.1, DER-encoded, RSA public key from |len| | |

* bytes at |*inp|. If |out| is not NULL then, on exit, a pointer to the result | |

* is in |*out|. Note that, even if |*out| is already non-NULL on entry, it | |

* will not be written to. Rather, a fresh |RSA| is allocated and the previous | |

* one is freed. On successful exit, |*inp| is advanced past the DER structure. | |

* It returns the result or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *d2i_RSAPublicKey(RSA **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len); | |

/* i2d_RSAPublicKey marshals |in| to an ASN.1, DER structure. If |outp| is not | |

* NULL then the result is written to |*outp| and |*outp| is advanced just past | |

* the output. It returns the number of bytes in the result, whether written or | |

* not, or a negative value on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_RSAPublicKey(const RSA *in, uint8_t **outp); | |

/* d2i_RSAPrivateKey parses an ASN.1, DER-encoded, RSA private key from |len| | |

* bytes at |*inp|. If |out| is not NULL then, on exit, a pointer to the result | |

* is in |*out|. Note that, even if |*out| is already non-NULL on entry, it | |

* will not be written to. Rather, a fresh |RSA| is allocated and the previous | |

* one is freed. On successful exit, |*inp| is advanced past the DER structure. | |

* It returns the result or NULL on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT RSA *d2i_RSAPrivateKey(RSA **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len); | |

/* i2d_RSAPrivateKey marshals |in| to an ASN.1, DER structure. If |outp| is not | |

* NULL then the result is written to |*outp| and |*outp| is advanced just past | |

* the output. It returns the number of bytes in the result, whether written or | |

* not, or a negative value on error. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_RSAPrivateKey(const RSA *in, uint8_t **outp); | |

/* RSA_padding_add_PKCS1_PSS acts like |RSA_padding_add_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1| but the | |

* |mgf1Hash| parameter of the latter is implicitly set to |Hash|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_padding_add_PKCS1_PSS(RSA *rsa, uint8_t *EM, | |

const uint8_t *mHash, | |

const EVP_MD *Hash, int sLen); | |

/* RSA_verify_PKCS1_PSS acts like |RSA_verify_PKCS1_PSS_mgf1| but the | |

* |mgf1Hash| parameter of the latter is implicitly set to |Hash|. */ | |

OPENSSL_EXPORT int RSA_verify_PKCS1_PSS(RSA *rsa, const uint8_t *mHash, | |

const EVP_MD *Hash, const uint8_t *EM, | |

int sLen); | |

struct rsa_meth_st { | |

struct openssl_method_common_st common; | |

void *app_data; | |

int (*init)(RSA *rsa); | |

int (*finish)(RSA *rsa); | |

/* size returns the size of the RSA modulus in bytes. */ | |

size_t (*size)(const RSA *rsa); | |

int (*sign)(int type, const uint8_t *m, unsigned int m_length, | |

uint8_t *sigret, unsigned int *siglen, const RSA *rsa); | |

int (*verify)(int dtype, const uint8_t *m, unsigned int m_length, | |

const uint8_t *sigbuf, unsigned int siglen, const RSA *rsa); | |

/* These functions mirror the |RSA_*| functions of the same name. */ | |

int (*encrypt)(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, size_t max_out, | |

const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, int padding); | |

int (*sign_raw)(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, size_t max_out, | |

const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, int padding); | |

int (*decrypt)(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, size_t max_out, | |

const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, int padding); | |

int (*verify_raw)(RSA *rsa, size_t *out_len, uint8_t *out, size_t max_out, | |

const uint8_t *in, size_t in_len, int padding); | |

/* private_transform takes a big-endian integer from |in|, calculates the | |

* d'th power of it, modulo the RSA modulus and writes the result as a | |

* big-endian integer to |out|. Both |in| and |out| are |len| bytes long and | |

* |len| is always equal to |RSA_size(rsa)|. If the result of the transform | |

* can be represented in fewer than |len| bytes, then |out| must be zero | |

* padded on the left. | |

* | |

* It returns one on success and zero otherwise. | |

* | |

* RSA decrypt and sign operations will call this, thus an ENGINE might wish | |

* to override it in order to avoid having to implement the padding | |

* functionality demanded by those, higher level, operations. */ | |

int (*private_transform)(RSA *rsa, uint8_t *out, const uint8_t *in, | |

size_t len); | |

int (*mod_exp)(BIGNUM *r0, const BIGNUM *I, RSA *rsa, | |

BN_CTX *ctx); /* Can be null */ | |

/* bn_mod_exp is deprecated and ignored. Set it to NULL. */ | |

int (*bn_mod_exp)(BIGNUM *r, const BIGNUM *a, const BIGNUM *p, | |

const BIGNUM *m, BN_CTX *ctx, | |

const BN_MONT_CTX *mont); | |

int flags; | |

int (*keygen)(RSA *rsa, int bits, BIGNUM *e, BN_GENCB *cb); | |

int (*multi_prime_keygen)(RSA *rsa, int bits, int num_primes, BIGNUM *e, | |

BN_GENCB *cb); | |

/* supports_digest returns one if |rsa| supports digests of type | |

* |md|. If null, it is assumed that all digests are supported. */ | |

int (*supports_digest)(const RSA *rsa, const EVP_MD *md); | |

}; | |

/* Private functions. */ | |

typedef struct bn_blinding_st BN_BLINDING; | |

struct rsa_st { | |

RSA_METHOD *meth; | |

BIGNUM *n; | |

BIGNUM *e; | |

BIGNUM *d; | |

BIGNUM *p; | |

BIGNUM *q; | |

BIGNUM *dmp1; | |

BIGNUM *dmq1; | |

BIGNUM *iqmp; | |

STACK_OF(RSA_additional_prime) *additional_primes; | |

/* be careful using this if the RSA structure is shared */ | |

CRYPTO_EX_DATA ex_data; | |

CRYPTO_refcount_t references; | |

int flags; | |

CRYPTO_MUTEX lock; | |

/* Used to cache montgomery values. The creation of these values is protected | |

* by |lock|. */ | |

BN_MONT_CTX *mont_n; | |

BN_MONT_CTX *mont_p; | |

BN_MONT_CTX *mont_q; | |

/* num_blindings contains the size of the |blindings| and |blindings_inuse| | |

* arrays. This member and the |blindings_inuse| array are protected by | |

* |lock|. */ | |

unsigned num_blindings; | |

/* blindings is an array of BN_BLINDING structures that can be reserved by a | |

* thread by locking |lock| and changing the corresponding element in | |

* |blindings_inuse| from 0 to 1. */ | |

BN_BLINDING **blindings; | |

unsigned char *blindings_inuse; | |

}; | |

#if defined(__cplusplus) | |

} /* extern C */ | |

#endif | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_E_VALUE 100 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_FIXED_HEADER_DECRYPT 101 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_PAD_BYTE_COUNT 102 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_RSA_PARAMETERS 103 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_SIGNATURE 104 | |

#define RSA_R_BLOCK_TYPE_IS_NOT_01 105 | |

#define RSA_R_BN_NOT_INITIALIZED 106 | |

#define RSA_R_CRT_PARAMS_ALREADY_GIVEN 107 | |

#define RSA_R_CRT_VALUES_INCORRECT 108 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_LEN_NOT_EQUAL_TO_MOD_LEN 109 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE 110 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_KEY_SIZE 111 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_MODULUS 112 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_TOO_SMALL 113 | |

#define RSA_R_DATA_TOO_SMALL_FOR_KEY_SIZE 114 | |

#define RSA_R_DIGEST_TOO_BIG_FOR_RSA_KEY 115 | |

#define RSA_R_D_E_NOT_CONGRUENT_TO_1 116 | |

#define RSA_R_EMPTY_PUBLIC_KEY 117 | |

#define RSA_R_FIRST_OCTET_INVALID 118 | |

#define RSA_R_INCONSISTENT_SET_OF_CRT_VALUES 119 | |

#define RSA_R_INTERNAL_ERROR 120 | |

#define RSA_R_INVALID_MESSAGE_LENGTH 121 | |

#define RSA_R_KEY_SIZE_TOO_SMALL 122 | |

#define RSA_R_LAST_OCTET_INVALID 123 | |

#define RSA_R_MODULUS_TOO_LARGE 124 | |

#define RSA_R_NO_PUBLIC_EXPONENT 125 | |

#define RSA_R_NULL_BEFORE_BLOCK_MISSING 126 | |

#define RSA_R_N_NOT_EQUAL_P_Q 127 | |

#define RSA_R_OAEP_DECODING_ERROR 128 | |

#define RSA_R_ONLY_ONE_OF_P_Q_GIVEN 129 | |

#define RSA_R_OUTPUT_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL 130 | |

#define RSA_R_PADDING_CHECK_FAILED 131 | |

#define RSA_R_PKCS_DECODING_ERROR 132 | |

#define RSA_R_SLEN_CHECK_FAILED 133 | |

#define RSA_R_SLEN_RECOVERY_FAILED 134 | |

#define RSA_R_TOO_LONG 135 | |

#define RSA_R_TOO_MANY_ITERATIONS 136 | |

#define RSA_R_UNKNOWN_ALGORITHM_TYPE 137 | |

#define RSA_R_UNKNOWN_PADDING_TYPE 138 | |

#define RSA_R_VALUE_MISSING 139 | |

#define RSA_R_WRONG_SIGNATURE_LENGTH 140 | |

#define RSA_R_MUST_HAVE_AT_LEAST_TWO_PRIMES 141 | |

#define RSA_R_CANNOT_RECOVER_MULTI_PRIME_KEY 142 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_ENCODING 143 | |

#define RSA_R_ENCODE_ERROR 144 | |

#define RSA_R_BAD_VERSION 145 | |

#define RSA_R_INVALID_PSS_PARAMETERS 146 | |

#define RSA_R_INVALID_SALT_LENGTH 147 | |

#define RSA_R_INVALID_TRAILER 148 | |

#endif /* OPENSSL_HEADER_RSA_H */ |