Implement all TLS ciphers with stateful AEADs.
The EVP_CIPHER codepath should no longer be used with TLS. It still exists for
DTLS and SSLv3. The AEAD construction in TLS does not allow for
variable-overhead AEADs, so stateful AEADs do not include the length in the ad
parameter. Rather the AEADs internally append the unpadded length once it is
known. EVP_aead_rc4_md5_tls is modified to account for this.
Tests are added (and RC4-MD5's regenerated) for each of the new AEADs. The
cipher tests are all moved into crypto/cipher/test because there's now a lot of
them and they clutter the directory listing.
In ssl/, the stateful AEAD logic is also modified to account for stateful AEADs
with a fixed IV component, and for AEADs which use a random nonce (for the
explicit-IV CBC mode ciphers).
The new implementation fixes a bug/quirk in stateless CBC mode ciphers where
the fixed IV portion of the keyblock was generated regardless. This is at the
end, so it's only relevant for EAP-TLS which generates a MSK from the end of
the key block.
Reviewed-by: Adam Langley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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