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/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
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/* ====================================================================
* Copyright 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
* ECDH support in OpenSSL originally developed by
* SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC., and contributed to the OpenSSL project.
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#ifndef OPENSSL_HEADER_X509_H
#define OPENSSL_HEADER_X509_H
#include <openssl/base.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <openssl/asn1.h>
#include <openssl/bio.h>
#include <openssl/cipher.h>
#include <openssl/conf.h>
#include <openssl/dh.h>
#include <openssl/dsa.h>
#include <openssl/ec.h>
#include <openssl/ecdh.h>
#include <openssl/ecdsa.h>
#include <openssl/evp.h>
#include <openssl/lhash.h>
#include <openssl/obj.h>
#include <openssl/pkcs7.h>
#include <openssl/pool.h>
#include <openssl/rsa.h>
#include <openssl/sha.h>
#include <openssl/stack.h>
#include <openssl/thread.h>
#include <openssl/x509v3_errors.h> // IWYU pragma: export
#if defined(__cplusplus)
extern "C" {
#endif
// Legacy X.509 library.
//
// This header is part of OpenSSL's X.509 implementation. It is retained for
// compatibility but should not be used by new code. The functions are difficult
// to use correctly, and have buggy or non-standard behaviors. They are thus
// particularly prone to behavior changes and API removals, as BoringSSL
// iterates on these issues.
//
// In the future, a replacement library will be available. Meanwhile, minimize
// dependencies on this header where possible.
// Certificates.
//
// An |X509| object represents an X.509 certificate, defined in RFC 5280.
//
// Although an |X509| is a mutable object, mutating an |X509| can give incorrect
// results. Callers typically obtain |X509|s by parsing some input with
// |d2i_X509|, etc. Such objects carry information such as the serialized
// TBSCertificate and decoded extensions, which will become inconsistent when
// mutated.
//
// Instead, mutation functions should only be used when issuing new
// certificates, as described in a later section.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509)
// X509 is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is X.509 Certificate (RFC 5280) and C
// type is |X509*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(X509)
// X509_up_ref adds one to the reference count of |x509| and returns one.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_up_ref(X509 *x509);
// X509_chain_up_ref returns a newly-allocated |STACK_OF(X509)| containing a
// shallow copy of |chain|, or NULL on error. That is, the return value has the
// same contents as |chain|, and each |X509|'s reference count is incremented by
// one.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509) *X509_chain_up_ref(STACK_OF(X509) *chain);
// X509_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |x509|, or NULL on error. This
// function works by serializing the structure, so auxiliary properties (see
// |i2d_X509_AUX|) are not preserved. Additionally, if |x509| is incomplete,
// this function may fail.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |crl| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_dup(X509 *x509);
// X509_free decrements |x509|'s reference count and, if zero, releases memory
// associated with |x509|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_free(X509 *x509);
// d2i_X509 parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// Certificate (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *d2i_X509(X509 **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// X509_parse_from_buffer parses an X.509 structure from |buf| and returns a
// fresh X509 or NULL on error. There must not be any trailing data in |buf|.
// The returned structure (if any) holds a reference to |buf| rather than
// copying parts of it as a normal |d2i_X509| call would do.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_parse_from_buffer(CRYPTO_BUFFER *buf);
// i2d_X509 marshals |x509| as a DER-encoded X.509 Certificate (RFC 5280), as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |x509| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509(X509 *x509, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_VERSION_* are X.509 version numbers. Note the numerical values of all
// defined X.509 versions are one less than the named version.
#define X509_VERSION_1 0
#define X509_VERSION_2 1
#define X509_VERSION_3 2
// X509_get_version returns the numerical value of |x509|'s version, which will
// be one of the |X509_VERSION_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT long X509_get_version(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_serialNumber returns |x509|'s serial number.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_INTEGER *X509_get0_serialNumber(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_notBefore returns |x509|'s notBefore time.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_TIME *X509_get0_notBefore(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_notAfter returns |x509|'s notAfter time.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_TIME *X509_get0_notAfter(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_issuer_name returns |x509|'s issuer.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_get_issuer_name(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_subject_name returns |x509|'s subject.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_get_subject_name(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_X509_PUBKEY returns the public key of |x509|. Note this function is
// not const-correct for legacy reasons. Callers should not modify the returned
// object.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_PUBKEY *X509_get_X509_PUBKEY(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_pubkey returns |x509|'s public key as an |EVP_PKEY|, or NULL if the
// public key was unsupported or could not be decoded. The |EVP_PKEY| is cached
// in |x509|, so callers must not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_get0_pubkey(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_pubkey behaves like |X509_get0_pubkey| but increments the reference
// count on the |EVP_PKEY|. The caller must release the result with
// |EVP_PKEY_free| when done. The |EVP_PKEY| is cached in |x509|, so callers
// must not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_get_pubkey(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_pubkey_bitstr returns the BIT STRING portion of |x509|'s public
// key. Note this does not contain the AlgorithmIdentifier portion.
//
// WARNING: This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL compatibility,
// but the caller must not modify the resulting object. Doing so will break
// internal invariants in |x509|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_BIT_STRING *X509_get0_pubkey_bitstr(const X509 *x509);
// X509_check_private_key returns one if |x509|'s public key matches |pkey| and
// zero otherwise.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_check_private_key(const X509 *x509,
const EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_get0_uids sets |*out_issuer_uid| to a non-owning pointer to the
// issuerUID field of |x509|, or NULL if |x509| has no issuerUID. It similarly
// outputs |x509|'s subjectUID field to |*out_subject_uid|.
//
// Callers may pass NULL to either |out_issuer_uid| or |out_subject_uid| to
// ignore the corresponding field.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_get0_uids(const X509 *x509,
const ASN1_BIT_STRING **out_issuer_uid,
const ASN1_BIT_STRING **out_subject_uid);
// The following bits are returned from |X509_get_extension_flags|.
// EXFLAG_BCONS indicates the certificate has a basic constraints extension.
#define EXFLAG_BCONS 0x1
// EXFLAG_KUSAGE indicates the certifcate has a key usage extension.
#define EXFLAG_KUSAGE 0x2
// EXFLAG_XKUSAGE indicates the certifcate has an extended key usage extension.
#define EXFLAG_XKUSAGE 0x4
// EXFLAG_CA indicates the certificate has a basic constraints extension with
// the CA bit set.
#define EXFLAG_CA 0x10
// EXFLAG_SI indicates the certificate is self-issued, i.e. its subject and
// issuer names match.
#define EXFLAG_SI 0x20
// EXFLAG_V1 indicates an X.509v1 certificate.
#define EXFLAG_V1 0x40
// EXFLAG_INVALID indicates an error processing some extension. The certificate
// should not be accepted. Note the lack of this bit does not imply all
// extensions are valid, only those used to compute extension flags.
#define EXFLAG_INVALID 0x80
// EXFLAG_SET is an internal bit that indicates extension flags were computed.
#define EXFLAG_SET 0x100
// EXFLAG_CRITICAL indicates an unsupported critical extension. The certificate
// should not be accepted.
#define EXFLAG_CRITICAL 0x200
// EXFLAG_SS indicates the certificate is likely self-signed. That is, if it is
// self-issued, its authority key identifer (if any) matches itself, and its key
// usage extension (if any) allows certificate signatures. The signature itself
// is not checked in computing this bit.
#define EXFLAG_SS 0x2000
// X509_get_extension_flags decodes a set of extensions from |x509| and returns
// a collection of |EXFLAG_*| bits which reflect |x509|. If there was an error
// in computing this bitmask, the result will include the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT uint32_t X509_get_extension_flags(X509 *x509);
// X509_get_pathlen returns path length constraint from the basic constraints
// extension in |x509|. (See RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.9.) It returns -1 if the
// constraint is not present, or if some extension in |x509| was invalid.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/381): Decoding an |X509| object will not check for
// invalid extensions. To detect the error case, call
// |X509_get_extension_flags| and check the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT long X509_get_pathlen(X509 *x509);
// X509v3_KU_* are key usage bits returned from |X509_get_key_usage|.
#define X509v3_KU_DIGITAL_SIGNATURE 0x0080
#define X509v3_KU_NON_REPUDIATION 0x0040
#define X509v3_KU_KEY_ENCIPHERMENT 0x0020
#define X509v3_KU_DATA_ENCIPHERMENT 0x0010
#define X509v3_KU_KEY_AGREEMENT 0x0008
#define X509v3_KU_KEY_CERT_SIGN 0x0004
#define X509v3_KU_CRL_SIGN 0x0002
#define X509v3_KU_ENCIPHER_ONLY 0x0001
#define X509v3_KU_DECIPHER_ONLY 0x8000
// X509_get_key_usage returns a bitmask of key usages (see Section 4.2.1.3 of
// RFC 5280) which |x509| is valid for. This function only reports the first 16
// bits, in a little-endian byte order, but big-endian bit order. That is, bits
// 0 though 7 are reported at 1<<7 through 1<<0, and bits 8 through 15 are
// reported at 1<<15 through 1<<8.
//
// Instead of depending on this bit order, callers should compare against the
// |X509v3_KU_*| constants.
//
// If |x509| has no key usage extension, all key usages are valid and this
// function returns |UINT32_MAX|. If there was an error processing |x509|'s
// extensions, or if the first 16 bits in the key usage extension were all zero,
// this function returns zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT uint32_t X509_get_key_usage(X509 *x509);
// XKU_* are extended key usage bits returned from
// |X509_get_extended_key_usage|.
#define XKU_SSL_SERVER 0x1
#define XKU_SSL_CLIENT 0x2
#define XKU_SMIME 0x4
#define XKU_CODE_SIGN 0x8
#define XKU_SGC 0x10
#define XKU_OCSP_SIGN 0x20
#define XKU_TIMESTAMP 0x40
#define XKU_DVCS 0x80
#define XKU_ANYEKU 0x100
// X509_get_extended_key_usage returns a bitmask of extended key usages (see
// Section 4.2.1.12 of RFC 5280) which |x509| is valid for. The result will be
// a combination of |XKU_*| constants. If checking an extended key usage not
// defined above, callers should extract the extended key usage extension
// separately, e.g. via |X509_get_ext_d2i|.
//
// If |x509| has no extended key usage extension, all extended key usages are
// valid and this function returns |UINT32_MAX|. If there was an error
// processing |x509|'s extensions, or if |x509|'s extended key usage extension
// contained no recognized usages, this function returns zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT uint32_t X509_get_extended_key_usage(X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_subject_key_id returns |x509|'s subject key identifier, if present.
// (See RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.2.) It returns NULL if the extension is not
// present or if some extension in |x509| was invalid.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/381): Decoding an |X509| object will not check for
// invalid extensions. To detect the error case, call
// |X509_get_extension_flags| and check the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *X509_get0_subject_key_id(X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_authority_key_id returns keyIdentifier of |x509|'s authority key
// identifier, if the extension and field are present. (See RFC 5280,
// section 4.2.1.1.) It returns NULL if the extension is not present, if it is
// present but lacks a keyIdentifier field, or if some extension in |x509| was
// invalid.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/381): Decoding an |X509| object will not check for
// invalid extensions. To detect the error case, call
// |X509_get_extension_flags| and check the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *X509_get0_authority_key_id(X509 *x509);
DEFINE_STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME)
typedef STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME) GENERAL_NAMES;
// X509_get0_authority_issuer returns the authorityCertIssuer of |x509|'s
// authority key identifier, if the extension and field are present. (See
// RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.1.) It returns NULL if the extension is not present,
// if it is present but lacks a authorityCertIssuer field, or if some extension
// in |x509| was invalid.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/381): Decoding an |X509| object will not check for
// invalid extensions. To detect the error case, call
// |X509_get_extension_flags| and check the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const GENERAL_NAMES *X509_get0_authority_issuer(X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_authority_serial returns the authorityCertSerialNumber of |x509|'s
// authority key identifier, if the extension and field are present. (See
// RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.1.) It returns NULL if the extension is not present,
// if it is present but lacks a authorityCertSerialNumber field, or if some
// extension in |x509| was invalid.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/381): Decoding an |X509| object will not check for
// invalid extensions. To detect the error case, call
// |X509_get_extension_flags| and check the |EXFLAG_INVALID| bit.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_INTEGER *X509_get0_authority_serial(X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_extensions returns |x509|'s extension list, or NULL if |x509| omits
// it.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *X509_get0_extensions(
const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_ext_count returns the number of extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_get_ext_count(const X509 *x);
// X509_get_ext_by_NID behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_NID| but searches for
// extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_get_ext_by_NID(const X509 *x, int nid, int lastpos);
// X509_get_ext_by_OBJ behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_OBJ| but searches for
// extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_get_ext_by_OBJ(const X509 *x, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int lastpos);
// X509_get_ext_by_critical behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_critical| but
// searches for extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_get_ext_by_critical(const X509 *x, int crit,
int lastpos);
// X509_get_ext returns the extension in |x| at index |loc|, or NULL if |loc| is
// out of bounds. This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL
// compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_get_ext(const X509 *x, int loc);
// X509_get_ext_d2i behaves like |X509V3_get_d2i| but looks for the extension in
// |x509|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function is difficult to use correctly. See the documentation
// for |X509V3_get_d2i| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509_get_ext_d2i(const X509 *x509, int nid,
int *out_critical, int *out_idx);
// X509_get0_tbs_sigalg returns the signature algorithm in |x509|'s
// TBSCertificate. For the outer signature algorithm, see |X509_get0_signature|.
//
// Certificates with mismatched signature algorithms will successfully parse,
// but they will be rejected when verifying.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const X509_ALGOR *X509_get0_tbs_sigalg(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get0_signature sets |*out_sig| and |*out_alg| to the signature and
// signature algorithm of |x509|, respectively. Either output pointer may be
// NULL to ignore the value.
//
// This function outputs the outer signature algorithm. For the one in the
// TBSCertificate, see |X509_get0_tbs_sigalg|. Certificates with mismatched
// signature algorithms will successfully parse, but they will be rejected when
// verifying.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_get0_signature(const ASN1_BIT_STRING **out_sig,
const X509_ALGOR **out_alg,
const X509 *x509);
// X509_get_signature_nid returns the NID corresponding to |x509|'s signature
// algorithm, or |NID_undef| if the signature algorithm does not correspond to
// a known NID.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_get_signature_nid(const X509 *x509);
// i2d_X509_tbs serializes the TBSCertificate portion of |x509|, as described in
// |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// This function preserves the original encoding of the TBSCertificate and may
// not reflect modifications made to |x509|. It may be used to manually verify
// the signature of an existing certificate. To generate certificates, use
// |i2d_re_X509_tbs| instead.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_tbs(X509 *x509, unsigned char **outp);
// X509_verify checks that |x509| has a valid signature by |pkey|. It returns
// one if the signature is valid and zero otherwise. Note this function only
// checks the signature itself and does not perform a full certificate
// validation.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_verify(X509 *x509, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_get1_email returns a newly-allocated list of NUL-terminated strings
// containing all email addresses in |x509|'s subject and all rfc822name names
// in |x509|'s subject alternative names. Email addresses which contain embedded
// NUL bytes are skipped.
//
// On error, or if there are no such email addresses, it returns NULL. When
// done, the caller must release the result with |X509_email_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(OPENSSL_STRING) *X509_get1_email(const X509 *x509);
// X509_get1_ocsp returns a newly-allocated list of NUL-terminated strings
// containing all OCSP URIs in |x509|. That is, it collects all URI
// AccessDescriptions with an accessMethod of id-ad-ocsp in |x509|'s authority
// information access extension. URIs which contain embedded NUL bytes are
// skipped.
//
// On error, or if there are no such URIs, it returns NULL. When done, the
// caller must release the result with |X509_email_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(OPENSSL_STRING) *X509_get1_ocsp(const X509 *x509);
// X509_email_free releases memory associated with |sk|, including |sk| itself.
// Each |OPENSSL_STRING| in |sk| must be a NUL-terminated string allocated with
// |OPENSSL_malloc|. If |sk| is NULL, no action is taken.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_email_free(STACK_OF(OPENSSL_STRING) *sk);
// X509_cmp compares |a| and |b| and returns zero if they are equal, a negative
// number if |b| sorts after |a| and a negative number if |a| sorts after |b|.
// The sort order implemented by this function is arbitrary and does not
// reflect properties of the certificate such as expiry. Applications should not
// rely on the order itself.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/355): This function works by comparing a
// cached hash of the encoded certificate. If |a| or |b| could not be
// serialized, the current behavior is to compare all unencodable certificates
// as equal. This function should only be used with |X509| objects that were
// parsed from bytes and never mutated.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function is const, but it is not
// always thread-safe, notably if |a| and |b| were mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_cmp(const X509 *a, const X509 *b);
// Issuing certificates.
//
// An |X509| object may also represent an incomplete certificate. Callers may
// construct empty |X509| objects, fill in fields individually, and finally sign
// the result. The following functions may be used for this purpose.
// X509_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509| object, or NULL on error.
// This produces an incomplete certificate which may be filled in to issue a new
// certificate.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_new(void);
// X509_set_version sets |x509|'s version to |version|, which should be one of
// the |X509V_VERSION_*| constants. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// If unsure, use |X509_VERSION_3|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set_version(X509 *x509, long version);
// X509_set_serialNumber sets |x509|'s serial number to |serial|. It returns one
// on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set_serialNumber(X509 *x509,
const ASN1_INTEGER *serial);
// X509_set1_notBefore sets |x509|'s notBefore time to |tm|. It returns one on
// success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set1_notBefore(X509 *x509, const ASN1_TIME *tm);
// X509_set1_notAfter sets |x509|'s notAfter time to |tm|. it returns one on
// success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set1_notAfter(X509 *x509, const ASN1_TIME *tm);
// X509_getm_notBefore returns a mutable pointer to |x509|'s notBefore time.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_TIME *X509_getm_notBefore(X509 *x509);
// X509_getm_notAfter returns a mutable pointer to |x509|'s notAfter time.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_TIME *X509_getm_notAfter(X509 *x);
// X509_set_issuer_name sets |x509|'s issuer to a copy of |name|. It returns one
// on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set_issuer_name(X509 *x509, X509_NAME *name);
// X509_set_subject_name sets |x509|'s subject to a copy of |name|. It returns
// one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set_subject_name(X509 *x509, X509_NAME *name);
// X509_set_pubkey sets |x509|'s public key to |pkey|. It returns one on success
// and zero on error. This function does not take ownership of |pkey| and
// internally copies and updates reference counts as needed.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set_pubkey(X509 *x509, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_delete_ext removes the extension in |x| at index |loc| and returns the
// removed extension, or NULL if |loc| was out of bounds. If non-NULL, the
// caller must release the result with |X509_EXTENSION_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_delete_ext(X509 *x, int loc);
// X509_add_ext adds a copy of |ex| to |x|. It returns one on success and zero
// on failure. The caller retains ownership of |ex| and can release it
// independently of |x|.
//
// The new extension is inserted at index |loc|, shifting extensions to the
// right. If |loc| is -1 or out of bounds, the new extension is appended to the
// list.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_add_ext(X509 *x, const X509_EXTENSION *ex, int loc);
// X509_add1_ext_i2d behaves like |X509V3_add1_i2d| but adds the extension to
// |x|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function may return zero or -1 on error. The caller must also
// ensure |value|'s type matches |nid|. See the documentation for
// |X509V3_add1_i2d| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_add1_ext_i2d(X509 *x, int nid, void *value, int crit,
unsigned long flags);
// X509_sign signs |x509| with |pkey| and replaces the signature algorithm and
// signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and zero
// on error. This function uses digest algorithm |md|, or |pkey|'s default if
// NULL. Other signing parameters use |pkey|'s defaults. To customize them, use
// |X509_sign_ctx|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_sign(X509 *x509, EVP_PKEY *pkey, const EVP_MD *md);
// X509_sign_ctx signs |x509| with |ctx| and replaces the signature algorithm
// and signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and
// zero on error. The signature algorithm and parameters come from |ctx|, which
// must have been initialized with |EVP_DigestSignInit|. The caller should
// configure the corresponding |EVP_PKEY_CTX| before calling this function.
//
// On success or failure, this function mutates |ctx| and resets it to the empty
// state. Caller should not rely on its contents after the function returns.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_sign_ctx(X509 *x509, EVP_MD_CTX *ctx);
// i2d_re_X509_tbs serializes the TBSCertificate portion of |x509|, as described
// in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// This function re-encodes the TBSCertificate and may not reflect |x509|'s
// original encoding. It may be used to manually generate a signature for a new
// certificate. To verify certificates, use |i2d_X509_tbs| instead.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_re_X509_tbs(X509 *x509, unsigned char **outp);
// X509_set1_signature_algo sets |x509|'s signature algorithm to |algo| and
// returns one on success or zero on error. It updates both the signature field
// of the TBSCertificate structure, and the signatureAlgorithm field of the
// Certificate.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set1_signature_algo(X509 *x509, const X509_ALGOR *algo);
// X509_set1_signature_value sets |x509|'s signature to a copy of the |sig_len|
// bytes pointed by |sig|. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// Due to a specification error, X.509 certificates store signatures in ASN.1
// BIT STRINGs, but signature algorithms return byte strings rather than bit
// strings. This function creates a BIT STRING containing a whole number of
// bytes, with the bit order matching the DER encoding. This matches the
// encoding used by all X.509 signature algorithms.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_set1_signature_value(X509 *x509, const uint8_t *sig,
size_t sig_len);
// Auxiliary certificate properties.
//
// |X509| objects optionally maintain auxiliary properties. These are not part
// of the certificates themselves, and thus are not covered by signatures or
// preserved by the standard serialization. They are used as inputs or outputs
// to other functions in this library.
// i2d_X509_AUX marshals |x509| as a DER-encoded X.509 Certificate (RFC 5280),
// followed optionally by a separate, OpenSSL-specific structure with auxiliary
// properties. It behaves as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// Unlike similarly-named functions, this function does not output a single
// ASN.1 element. Directly embedding the output in a larger ASN.1 structure will
// not behave correctly.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/407): |x509| should be const.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_AUX(X509 *x509, uint8_t **outp);
// d2i_X509_AUX parses up to |length| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// Certificate (RFC 5280), followed optionally by a separate, OpenSSL-specific
// structure with auxiliary properties. It behaves as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
//
// WARNING: Passing untrusted input to this function allows an attacker to
// control auxiliary properties. This can allow unexpected influence over the
// application if the certificate is used in a context that reads auxiliary
// properties. This includes PKCS#12 serialization, trusted certificates in
// |X509_STORE|, and callers of |X509_alias_get0| or |X509_keyid_get0|.
//
// Unlike similarly-named functions, this function does not parse a single
// ASN.1 element. Trying to parse data directly embedded in a larger ASN.1
// structure will not behave correctly.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *d2i_X509_AUX(X509 **x509, const uint8_t **inp,
long length);
// X509_alias_set1 sets |x509|'s alias to |len| bytes from |name|. If |name| is
// NULL, the alias is cleared instead. Aliases are not part of the certificate
// itself and will not be serialized by |i2d_X509|. If |x509| is serialized in
// a PKCS#12 structure, the friendlyName attribute (RFC 2985) will contain this
// alias.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_alias_set1(X509 *x509, const uint8_t *name,
ossl_ssize_t len);
// X509_keyid_set1 sets |x509|'s key ID to |len| bytes from |id|. If |id| is
// NULL, the key ID is cleared instead. Key IDs are not part of the certificate
// itself and will not be serialized by |i2d_X509|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_keyid_set1(X509 *x509, const uint8_t *id,
ossl_ssize_t len);
// X509_alias_get0 looks up |x509|'s alias. If found, it sets |*out_len| to the
// alias's length and returns a pointer to a buffer containing the contents. If
// not found, it outputs the empty string by returning NULL and setting
// |*out_len| to zero.
//
// If |x509| was parsed from a PKCS#12 structure (see
// |PKCS12_get_key_and_certs|), the alias will reflect the friendlyName
// attribute (RFC 2985).
//
// WARNING: In OpenSSL, this function did not set |*out_len| when the alias was
// missing. Callers that target both OpenSSL and BoringSSL should set the value
// to zero before calling this function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const uint8_t *X509_alias_get0(const X509 *x509, int *out_len);
// X509_keyid_get0 looks up |x509|'s key ID. If found, it sets |*out_len| to the
// key ID's length and returns a pointer to a buffer containing the contents. If
// not found, it outputs the empty string by returning NULL and setting
// |*out_len| to zero.
//
// WARNING: In OpenSSL, this function did not set |*out_len| when the alias was
// missing. Callers that target both OpenSSL and BoringSSL should set the value
// to zero before calling this function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const uint8_t *X509_keyid_get0(const X509 *x509, int *out_len);
// X509_add1_trust_object configures |x509| as a valid trust anchor for |obj|.
// It returns one on success and zero on error. |obj| should be a certificate
// usage OID associated with an |X509_TRUST_*| constant.
//
// See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for details on how this value is evaluated.
// Note this only takes effect if |x509| was configured as a trusted certificate
// via |X509_STORE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_add1_trust_object(X509 *x509, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_add1_reject_object configures |x509| as distrusted for |obj|. It returns
// one on success and zero on error. |obj| should be a certificate usage OID
// associated with an |X509_TRUST_*| constant.
//
// See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for details on how this value is evaluated.
// Note this only takes effect if |x509| was configured as a trusted certificate
// via |X509_STORE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_add1_reject_object(X509 *x509, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_trust_clear clears the list of OIDs for which |x509| is trusted. See
// also |X509_add1_trust_object|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_trust_clear(X509 *x509);
// X509_reject_clear clears the list of OIDs for which |x509| is distrusted. See
// also |X509_add1_reject_object|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_reject_clear(X509 *x509);
// Certificate revocation lists.
//
// An |X509_CRL| object represents an X.509 certificate revocation list (CRL),
// defined in RFC 5280. A CRL is a signed list of certificates, the
// revokedCertificates field, which are no longer considered valid. Each entry
// of this list is represented with an |X509_REVOKED| object, documented in the
// "CRL entries" section below.
//
// Although an |X509_CRL| is a mutable object, mutating an |X509_CRL| or its
// |X509_REVOKED|s can give incorrect results. Callers typically obtain
// |X509_CRL|s by parsing some input with |d2i_X509_CRL|, etc. Such objects
// carry information such as the serialized TBSCertList and decoded extensions,
// which will become inconsistent when mutated.
//
// Instead, mutation functions should only be used when issuing new CRLs, as
// described in a later section.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_CRL)
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_REVOKED)
// X509_CRL_up_ref adds one to the reference count of |crl| and returns one.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_up_ref(X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |crl|, or NULL on error. This
// function works by serializing the structure, so if |crl| is incomplete, it
// may fail.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |crl| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_CRL *X509_CRL_dup(X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_free decrements |crl|'s reference count and, if zero, releases
// memory associated with |crl|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_CRL_free(X509_CRL *crl);
// d2i_X509_CRL parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// CertificateList (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_CRL *d2i_X509_CRL(X509_CRL **out, const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_CRL marshals |crl| as a X.509 CertificateList (RFC 5280), as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |crl| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_CRL(X509_CRL *crl, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_CRL_match compares |a| and |b| and returns zero if they are equal, a
// negative number if |b| sorts after |a| and a negative number if |a| sorts
// after |b|. The sort order implemented by this function is arbitrary and does
// not reflect properties of the CRL such as expiry. Applications should not
// rely on the order itself.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/355): This function works by comparing a
// cached hash of the encoded CRL. This cached hash is computed when the CRL is
// parsed, but not when mutating or issuing CRLs. This function should only be
// used with |X509_CRL| objects that were parsed from bytes and never mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_match(const X509_CRL *a, const X509_CRL *b);
#define X509_CRL_VERSION_1 0
#define X509_CRL_VERSION_2 1
// X509_CRL_get_version returns the numerical value of |crl|'s version, which
// will be one of the |X509_CRL_VERSION_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT long X509_CRL_get_version(const X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get0_lastUpdate returns |crl|'s thisUpdate time. The OpenSSL API
// refers to this field as lastUpdate.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_TIME *X509_CRL_get0_lastUpdate(const X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get0_nextUpdate returns |crl|'s nextUpdate time, or NULL if |crl|
// has none.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_TIME *X509_CRL_get0_nextUpdate(const X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get_issuer returns |crl|'s issuer name. Note this function is not
// const-correct for legacy reasons.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_CRL_get_issuer(const X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get0_by_serial finds the entry in |crl| whose serial number is
// |serial|. If found, it sets |*out| to the entry and returns one. If not
// found, it returns zero.
//
// On success, |*out| continues to be owned by |crl|. It is an error to free or
// otherwise modify |*out|.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/600): Ideally |crl| would be const. It is broadly
// thread-safe, but changes the order of entries in |crl|. It cannot be called
// concurrently with |i2d_X509_CRL|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get0_by_serial(X509_CRL *crl, X509_REVOKED **out,
const ASN1_INTEGER *serial);
// X509_CRL_get0_by_cert behaves like |X509_CRL_get0_by_serial|, except it looks
// for the entry that matches |x509|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get0_by_cert(X509_CRL *crl, X509_REVOKED **out,
X509 *x509);
// X509_CRL_get_REVOKED returns the list of revoked certificates in |crl|, or
// NULL if |crl| omits it.
//
// TOOD(davidben): This function was originally a macro, without clear const
// semantics. It should take a const input and give const output, but the latter
// would break existing callers. For now, we match upstream.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509_REVOKED) *X509_CRL_get_REVOKED(X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get0_extensions returns |crl|'s extension list, or NULL if |crl|
// omits it. A CRL can have extensions on individual entries, which is
// |X509_REVOKED_get0_extensions|, or on the overall CRL, which is this
// function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *X509_CRL_get0_extensions(
const X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_get_ext_count returns the number of extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get_ext_count(const X509_CRL *x);
// X509_CRL_get_ext_by_NID behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_NID| but searches for
// extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get_ext_by_NID(const X509_CRL *x, int nid,
int lastpos);
// X509_CRL_get_ext_by_OBJ behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_OBJ| but searches for
// extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get_ext_by_OBJ(const X509_CRL *x,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int lastpos);
// X509_CRL_get_ext_by_critical behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_critical| but
// searches for extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get_ext_by_critical(const X509_CRL *x, int crit,
int lastpos);
// X509_CRL_get_ext returns the extension in |x| at index |loc|, or NULL if
// |loc| is out of bounds. This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL
// compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_CRL_get_ext(const X509_CRL *x, int loc);
// X509_CRL_get_ext_d2i behaves like |X509V3_get_d2i| but looks for the
// extension in |crl|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function is difficult to use correctly. See the documentation
// for |X509V3_get_d2i| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509_CRL_get_ext_d2i(const X509_CRL *crl, int nid,
int *out_critical, int *out_idx);
// X509_CRL_get0_signature sets |*out_sig| and |*out_alg| to the signature and
// signature algorithm of |crl|, respectively. Either output pointer may be NULL
// to ignore the value.
//
// This function outputs the outer signature algorithm, not the one in the
// TBSCertList. CRLs with mismatched signature algorithms will successfully
// parse, but they will be rejected when verifying.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_CRL_get0_signature(const X509_CRL *crl,
const ASN1_BIT_STRING **out_sig,
const X509_ALGOR **out_alg);
// X509_CRL_get_signature_nid returns the NID corresponding to |crl|'s signature
// algorithm, or |NID_undef| if the signature algorithm does not correspond to
// a known NID.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_get_signature_nid(const X509_CRL *crl);
// i2d_X509_CRL_tbs serializes the TBSCertList portion of |crl|, as described in
// |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// This function preserves the original encoding of the TBSCertList and may not
// reflect modifications made to |crl|. It may be used to manually verify the
// signature of an existing CRL. To generate CRLs, use |i2d_re_X509_CRL_tbs|
// instead.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_CRL_tbs(X509_CRL *crl, unsigned char **outp);
// X509_CRL_verify checks that |crl| has a valid signature by |pkey|. It returns
// one if the signature is valid and zero otherwise.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_verify(X509_CRL *crl, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// Issuing certificate revocation lists.
//
// An |X509_CRL| object may also represent an incomplete CRL. Callers may
// construct empty |X509_CRL| objects, fill in fields individually, and finally
// sign the result. The following functions may be used for this purpose.
// X509_CRL_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_CRL| object, or NULL on
// error. This object may be filled in and then signed to construct a CRL.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_CRL *X509_CRL_new(void);
// X509_CRL_set_version sets |crl|'s version to |version|, which should be one
// of the |X509_CRL_VERSION_*| constants. It returns one on success and zero on
// error.
//
// If unsure, use |X509_CRL_VERSION_2|. Note that, unlike certificates, CRL
// versions are only defined up to v2. Callers should not use |X509_VERSION_3|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set_version(X509_CRL *crl, long version);
// X509_CRL_set_issuer_name sets |crl|'s issuer to a copy of |name|. It returns
// one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set_issuer_name(X509_CRL *crl, X509_NAME *name);
// X509_CRL_set1_lastUpdate sets |crl|'s thisUpdate time to |tm|. It returns one
// on success and zero on error. The OpenSSL API refers to this field as
// lastUpdate.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set1_lastUpdate(X509_CRL *crl, const ASN1_TIME *tm);
// X509_CRL_set1_nextUpdate sets |crl|'s nextUpdate time to |tm|. It returns one
// on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set1_nextUpdate(X509_CRL *crl, const ASN1_TIME *tm);
// X509_CRL_add0_revoked adds |rev| to |crl|. On success, it takes ownership of
// |rev| and returns one. On error, it returns zero. If this function fails, the
// caller retains ownership of |rev| and must release it when done.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_add0_revoked(X509_CRL *crl, X509_REVOKED *rev);
// X509_CRL_sort sorts the entries in |crl| by serial number. It returns one on
// success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_sort(X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_CRL_delete_ext removes the extension in |x| at index |loc| and returns
// the removed extension, or NULL if |loc| was out of bounds. If non-NULL, the
// caller must release the result with |X509_EXTENSION_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_CRL_delete_ext(X509_CRL *x, int loc);
// X509_CRL_add_ext adds a copy of |ex| to |x|. It returns one on success and
// zero on failure. The caller retains ownership of |ex| and can release it
// independently of |x|.
//
// The new extension is inserted at index |loc|, shifting extensions to the
// right. If |loc| is -1 or out of bounds, the new extension is appended to the
// list.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_add_ext(X509_CRL *x, const X509_EXTENSION *ex,
int loc);
// X509_CRL_add1_ext_i2d behaves like |X509V3_add1_i2d| but adds the extension
// to |x|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function may return zero or -1 on error. The caller must also
// ensure |value|'s type matches |nid|. See the documentation for
// |X509V3_add1_i2d| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_add1_ext_i2d(X509_CRL *x, int nid, void *value,
int crit, unsigned long flags);
// X509_CRL_sign signs |crl| with |pkey| and replaces the signature algorithm
// and signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and
// zero on error. This function uses digest algorithm |md|, or |pkey|'s default
// if NULL. Other signing parameters use |pkey|'s defaults. To customize them,
// use |X509_CRL_sign_ctx|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_sign(X509_CRL *crl, EVP_PKEY *pkey,
const EVP_MD *md);
// X509_CRL_sign_ctx signs |crl| with |ctx| and replaces the signature algorithm
// and signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and
// zero on error. The signature algorithm and parameters come from |ctx|, which
// must have been initialized with |EVP_DigestSignInit|. The caller should
// configure the corresponding |EVP_PKEY_CTX| before calling this function.
//
// On success or failure, this function mutates |ctx| and resets it to the empty
// state. Caller should not rely on its contents after the function returns.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_sign_ctx(X509_CRL *crl, EVP_MD_CTX *ctx);
// i2d_re_X509_CRL_tbs serializes the TBSCertList portion of |crl|, as described
// in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// This function re-encodes the TBSCertList and may not reflect |crl|'s original
// encoding. It may be used to manually generate a signature for a new CRL. To
// verify CRLs, use |i2d_X509_CRL_tbs| instead.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_re_X509_CRL_tbs(X509_CRL *crl, unsigned char **outp);
// X509_CRL_set1_signature_algo sets |crl|'s signature algorithm to |algo| and
// returns one on success or zero on error. It updates both the signature field
// of the TBSCertList structure, and the signatureAlgorithm field of the CRL.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set1_signature_algo(X509_CRL *crl,
const X509_ALGOR *algo);
// X509_CRL_set1_signature_value sets |crl|'s signature to a copy of the
// |sig_len| bytes pointed by |sig|. It returns one on success and zero on
// error.
//
// Due to a specification error, X.509 CRLs store signatures in ASN.1 BIT
// STRINGs, but signature algorithms return byte strings rather than bit
// strings. This function creates a BIT STRING containing a whole number of
// bytes, with the bit order matching the DER encoding. This matches the
// encoding used by all X.509 signature algorithms.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_CRL_set1_signature_value(X509_CRL *crl,
const uint8_t *sig,
size_t sig_len);
// CRL entries.
//
// Each entry of a CRL is represented as an |X509_REVOKED| object, which
// describes a revoked certificate by serial number.
//
// When an |X509_REVOKED| is obtained from an |X509_CRL| object, it is an error
// to mutate the object. Doing so may break |X509_CRL|'s and cause the library
// to behave incorrectly.
// X509_REVOKED_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_REVOKED| object, or
// NULL on allocation error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REVOKED *X509_REVOKED_new(void);
// X509_REVOKED_free releases memory associated with |rev|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_REVOKED_free(X509_REVOKED *rev);
// d2i_X509_REVOKED parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// CRL entry, as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REVOKED *d2i_X509_REVOKED(X509_REVOKED **out,
const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_X509_REVOKED marshals |alg| as a DER-encoded X.509 CRL entry, as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_REVOKED(const X509_REVOKED *alg, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_REVOKED_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |rev|, or NULL on error.
// This function works by serializing the structure, so if |rev| is incomplete,
// it may fail.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REVOKED *X509_REVOKED_dup(const X509_REVOKED *rev);
// X509_REVOKED_get0_serialNumber returns the serial number of the certificate
// revoked by |revoked|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_INTEGER *X509_REVOKED_get0_serialNumber(
const X509_REVOKED *revoked);
// X509_REVOKED_set_serialNumber sets |revoked|'s serial number to |serial|. It
// returns one on success or zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_set_serialNumber(X509_REVOKED *revoked,
const ASN1_INTEGER *serial);
// X509_REVOKED_get0_revocationDate returns the revocation time of the
// certificate revoked by |revoked|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_TIME *X509_REVOKED_get0_revocationDate(
const X509_REVOKED *revoked);
// X509_REVOKED_set_revocationDate sets |revoked|'s revocation time to |tm|. It
// returns one on success or zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_set_revocationDate(X509_REVOKED *revoked,
const ASN1_TIME *tm);
// X509_REVOKED_get0_extensions returns |r|'s extensions list, or NULL if |r|
// omits it. A CRL can have extensions on individual entries, which is this
// function, or on the overall CRL, which is |X509_CRL_get0_extensions|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *X509_REVOKED_get0_extensions(
const X509_REVOKED *r);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext_count returns the number of extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_get_ext_count(const X509_REVOKED *x);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_NID behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_NID| but searches
// for extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_NID(const X509_REVOKED *x, int nid,
int lastpos);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_OBJ behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_OBJ| but searches
// for extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_OBJ(const X509_REVOKED *x,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int lastpos);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_critical behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_critical|
// but searches for extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_get_ext_by_critical(const X509_REVOKED *x,
int crit, int lastpos);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext returns the extension in |x| at index |loc|, or NULL if
// |loc| is out of bounds. This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL
// compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_REVOKED_get_ext(const X509_REVOKED *x,
int loc);
// X509_REVOKED_delete_ext removes the extension in |x| at index |loc| and
// returns the removed extension, or NULL if |loc| was out of bounds. If
// non-NULL, the caller must release the result with |X509_EXTENSION_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_REVOKED_delete_ext(X509_REVOKED *x,
int loc);
// X509_REVOKED_add_ext adds a copy of |ex| to |x|. It returns one on success
// and zero on failure. The caller retains ownership of |ex| and can release it
// independently of |x|.
//
// The new extension is inserted at index |loc|, shifting extensions to the
// right. If |loc| is -1 or out of bounds, the new extension is appended to the
// list.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_add_ext(X509_REVOKED *x,
const X509_EXTENSION *ex, int loc);
// X509_REVOKED_get_ext_d2i behaves like |X509V3_get_d2i| but looks for the
// extension in |revoked|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function is difficult to use correctly. See the documentation
// for |X509V3_get_d2i| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509_REVOKED_get_ext_d2i(const X509_REVOKED *revoked,
int nid, int *out_critical,
int *out_idx);
// X509_REVOKED_add1_ext_i2d behaves like |X509V3_add1_i2d| but adds the
// extension to |x|'s extension list.
//
// WARNING: This function may return zero or -1 on error. The caller must also
// ensure |value|'s type matches |nid|. See the documentation for
// |X509V3_add1_i2d| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REVOKED_add1_ext_i2d(X509_REVOKED *x, int nid,
void *value, int crit,
unsigned long flags);
// Certificate requests.
//
// An |X509_REQ| represents a PKCS #10 certificate request (RFC 2986). These are
// also referred to as certificate signing requests or CSRs. CSRs are a common
// format used to request a certificate from a CA.
//
// Although an |X509_REQ| is a mutable object, mutating an |X509_REQ| can give
// incorrect results. Callers typically obtain |X509_REQ|s by parsing some input
// with |d2i_X509_REQ|, etc. Such objects carry information such as the
// serialized CertificationRequestInfo, which will become inconsistent when
// mutated.
//
// Instead, mutation functions should only be used when issuing new CRLs, as
// described in a later section.
// X509_REQ_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |req|, or NULL on error. This
// function works by serializing the structure, so if |req| is incomplete, it
// may fail.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |req| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REQ *X509_REQ_dup(X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_free releases memory associated with |req|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_REQ_free(X509_REQ *req);
// d2i_X509_REQ parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// CertificateRequest (RFC 2986), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REQ *d2i_X509_REQ(X509_REQ **out, const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_REQ marshals |req| as a CertificateRequest (RFC 2986), as described
// in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |req| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_REQ(X509_REQ *req, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_REQ_VERSION_1 is the version constant for |X509_REQ| objects. No other
// versions are defined.
#define X509_REQ_VERSION_1 0
// X509_REQ_get_version returns the numerical value of |req|'s version. This
// will always be |X509_REQ_VERSION_1| for valid CSRs. For compatibility,
// |d2i_X509_REQ| also accepts some invalid version numbers, in which case this
// function may return other values.
OPENSSL_EXPORT long X509_REQ_get_version(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_get_subject_name returns |req|'s subject name. Note this function is
// not const-correct for legacy reasons.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_REQ_get_subject_name(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_get0_pubkey returns |req|'s public key as an |EVP_PKEY|, or NULL if
// the public key was unsupported or could not be decoded. The |EVP_PKEY| is
// cached in |req|, so callers must not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_REQ_get0_pubkey(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_get_pubkey behaves like |X509_REQ_get0_pubkey| but increments the
// reference count on the |EVP_PKEY|. The caller must release the result with
// |EVP_PKEY_free| when done. The |EVP_PKEY| is cached in |req|, so callers must
// not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_REQ_get_pubkey(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_check_private_key returns one if |req|'s public key matches |pkey|
// and zero otherwise.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_check_private_key(const X509_REQ *req,
const EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_REQ_get_attr_count returns the number of attributes in |req|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_get_attr_count(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_get_attr returns the attribute at index |loc| in |req|, or NULL if
// out of bounds.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_REQ_get_attr(const X509_REQ *req, int loc);
// X509_REQ_get_attr_by_NID returns the index of the attribute in |req| of type
// |nid|, or a negative number if not found. If found, callers can use
// |X509_REQ_get_attr| to look up the attribute by index.
//
// If |lastpos| is non-negative, it begins searching at |lastpos| + 1. Callers
// can thus loop over all matching attributes by first passing -1 and then
// passing the previously-returned value until no match is returned.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_get_attr_by_NID(const X509_REQ *req, int nid,
int lastpos);
// X509_REQ_get_attr_by_OBJ behaves like |X509_REQ_get_attr_by_NID| but looks
// for attributes of type |obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_get_attr_by_OBJ(const X509_REQ *req,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int lastpos);
// X509_REQ_extension_nid returns one if |nid| is a supported CSR attribute type
// for carrying extensions and zero otherwise. The supported types are
// |NID_ext_req| (pkcs-9-at-extensionRequest from RFC 2985) and |NID_ms_ext_req|
// (a Microsoft szOID_CERT_EXTENSIONS variant).
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_extension_nid(int nid);
// X509_REQ_get_extensions decodes the most preferred list of requested
// extensions in |req| and returns a newly-allocated |STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION)|
// containing the result. It returns NULL on error, or if |req| did not request
// extensions.
//
// CSRs do not store extensions directly. Instead there are attribute types
// which are defined to hold extensions. See |X509_REQ_extension_nid|. This
// function supports both pkcs-9-at-extensionRequest from RFC 2985 and the
// Microsoft szOID_CERT_EXTENSIONS variant. If both are present,
// pkcs-9-at-extensionRequest is preferred.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *X509_REQ_get_extensions(
const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_get0_signature sets |*out_sig| and |*out_alg| to the signature and
// signature algorithm of |req|, respectively. Either output pointer may be NULL
// to ignore the value.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_REQ_get0_signature(const X509_REQ *req,
const ASN1_BIT_STRING **out_sig,
const X509_ALGOR **out_alg);
// X509_REQ_get_signature_nid returns the NID corresponding to |req|'s signature
// algorithm, or |NID_undef| if the signature algorithm does not correspond to
// a known NID.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_get_signature_nid(const X509_REQ *req);
// X509_REQ_verify checks that |req| has a valid signature by |pkey|. It returns
// one if the signature is valid and zero otherwise.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_verify(X509_REQ *req, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_REQ_get1_email returns a newly-allocated list of NUL-terminated strings
// containing all email addresses in |req|'s subject and all rfc822name names
// in |req|'s subject alternative names. The subject alternative names extension
// is extracted from the result of |X509_REQ_get_extensions|. Email addresses
// which contain embedded NUL bytes are skipped.
//
// On error, or if there are no such email addresses, it returns NULL. When
// done, the caller must release the result with |X509_email_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(OPENSSL_STRING) *X509_REQ_get1_email(
const X509_REQ *req);
// Issuing certificate requests.
//
// An |X509_REQ| object may also represent an incomplete CSR. Callers may
// construct empty |X509_REQ| objects, fill in fields individually, and finally
// sign the result. The following functions may be used for this purpose.
// X509_REQ_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_REQ| object, or NULL on
// error. This object may be filled in and then signed to construct a CSR.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_REQ *X509_REQ_new(void);
// X509_REQ_set_version sets |req|'s version to |version|, which should be
// |X509_REQ_VERSION_1|. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// The only defined CSR version is |X509_REQ_VERSION_1|, so there is no need to
// call this function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_set_version(X509_REQ *req, long version);
// X509_REQ_set_subject_name sets |req|'s subject to a copy of |name|. It
// returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_set_subject_name(X509_REQ *req, X509_NAME *name);
// X509_REQ_set_pubkey sets |req|'s public key to |pkey|. It returns one on
// success and zero on error. This function does not take ownership of |pkey|
// and internally copies and updates reference counts as needed.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_set_pubkey(X509_REQ *req, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_REQ_delete_attr removes the attribute at index |loc| in |req|. It
// returns the removed attribute to the caller, or NULL if |loc| was out of
// bounds. If non-NULL, the caller must release the result with
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE_free| when done. It is also safe, but not necessary, to call
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE_free| if the result is NULL.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_REQ_delete_attr(X509_REQ *req, int loc);
// X509_REQ_add1_attr appends a copy of |attr| to |req|'s list of attributes. It
// returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add1_attr(X509_REQ *req,
const X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr);
// X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_OBJ appends a new attribute to |req| with type |obj|.
// It returns one on success and zero on error. The value is determined by
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data|.
//
// WARNING: The interpretation of |attrtype|, |data|, and |len| is complex and
// error-prone. See |X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_OBJ(X509_REQ *req,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int attrtype,
const unsigned char *data,
int len);
// X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_NID behaves like |X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_OBJ| except the
// attribute type is determined by |nid|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_NID(X509_REQ *req, int nid,
int attrtype,
const unsigned char *data,
int len);
// X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_txt behaves like |X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_OBJ| except the
// attribute type is determined by calling |OBJ_txt2obj| with |attrname|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add1_attr_by_txt(X509_REQ *req,
const char *attrname, int attrtype,
const unsigned char *data,
int len);
// X509_REQ_add_extensions_nid adds an attribute to |req| of type |nid|, to
// request the certificate extensions in |exts|. It returns one on success and
// zero on error. |nid| should be |NID_ext_req| or |NID_ms_ext_req|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add_extensions_nid(
X509_REQ *req, const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *exts, int nid);
// X509_REQ_add_extensions behaves like |X509_REQ_add_extensions_nid|, using the
// standard |NID_ext_req| for the attribute type.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_add_extensions(
X509_REQ *req, const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *exts);
// X509_REQ_sign signs |req| with |pkey| and replaces the signature algorithm
// and signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and
// zero on error. This function uses digest algorithm |md|, or |pkey|'s default
// if NULL. Other signing parameters use |pkey|'s defaults. To customize them,
// use |X509_REQ_sign_ctx|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_sign(X509_REQ *req, EVP_PKEY *pkey,
const EVP_MD *md);
// X509_REQ_sign_ctx signs |req| with |ctx| and replaces the signature algorithm
// and signature fields. It returns the length of the signature on success and
// zero on error. The signature algorithm and parameters come from |ctx|, which
// must have been initialized with |EVP_DigestSignInit|. The caller should
// configure the corresponding |EVP_PKEY_CTX| before calling this function.
//
// On success or failure, this function mutates |ctx| and resets it to the empty
// state. Caller should not rely on its contents after the function returns.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_sign_ctx(X509_REQ *req, EVP_MD_CTX *ctx);
// i2d_re_X509_REQ_tbs serializes the CertificationRequestInfo (see RFC 2986)
// portion of |req|, as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// This function re-encodes the CertificationRequestInfo and may not reflect
// |req|'s original encoding. It may be used to manually generate a signature
// for a new certificate request.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_re_X509_REQ_tbs(X509_REQ *req, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_REQ_set1_signature_algo sets |req|'s signature algorithm to |algo| and
// returns one on success or zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_set1_signature_algo(X509_REQ *req,
const X509_ALGOR *algo);
// X509_REQ_set1_signature_value sets |req|'s signature to a copy of the
// |sig_len| bytes pointed by |sig|. It returns one on success and zero on
// error.
//
// Due to a specification error, PKCS#10 certificate requests store signatures
// in ASN.1 BIT STRINGs, but signature algorithms return byte strings rather
// than bit strings. This function creates a BIT STRING containing a whole
// number of bytes, with the bit order matching the DER encoding. This matches
// the encoding used by all X.509 signature algorithms.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_REQ_set1_signature_value(X509_REQ *req,
const uint8_t *sig,
size_t sig_len);
// Names.
//
// An |X509_NAME| represents an X.509 Name structure (RFC 5280). X.509 names are
// a complex, hierarchical structure over a collection of attributes. Each name
// is sequence of relative distinguished names (RDNs), decreasing in
// specificity. For example, the first RDN may specify the country, while the
// next RDN may specify a locality. Each RDN is, itself, a set of attributes.
// Having more than one attribute in an RDN is uncommon, but possible. Within an
// RDN, attributes have the same level in specificity. Attribute types are
// OBJECT IDENTIFIERs. This determines the ASN.1 type of the value, which is
// commonly a string but may be other types.
//
// The |X509_NAME| representation flattens this two-level structure into a
// single list of attributes. Each attribute is stored in an |X509_NAME_ENTRY|,
// with also maintains the index of the RDN it is part of, accessible via
// |X509_NAME_ENTRY_set|. This can be used to recover the two-level structure.
//
// X.509 names are largely vestigial. Historically, DNS names were parsed out of
// the subject's common name attribute, but this is deprecated and has since
// moved to the subject alternative name extension. In modern usage, X.509 names
// are primarily opaque identifiers to link a certificate with its issuer.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_NAME_ENTRY)
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_NAME)
// X509_NAME is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is X.509 Name (RFC 5280) and C
// type is |X509_NAME*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(X509_NAME)
// X509_NAME_new returns a new, empty |X509_NAME|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_NAME_new(void);
// X509_NAME_free releases memory associated with |name|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_NAME_free(X509_NAME *name);
// d2i_X509_NAME parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// Name (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *d2i_X509_NAME(X509_NAME **out, const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_NAME marshals |in| as a DER-encoded X.509 Name (RFC 5280), as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |in| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_NAME(X509_NAME *in, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_NAME_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |name|, or NULL on error.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |name| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME *X509_NAME_dup(X509_NAME *name);
// X509_NAME_cmp compares |a| and |b|'s canonicalized forms. It returns zero if
// they are equal, one if |a| sorts after |b|, -1 if |b| sorts after |a|, and -2
// on error.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function is const, but it is not
// always thread-safe, notably if |name| was mutated.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/355): The -2 return is very inconvenient to
// pass to a sorting function. Can we make this infallible? In the meantime,
// prefer to use this function only for equality checks rather than comparisons.
// Although even the library itself passes this to a sorting function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_cmp(const X509_NAME *a, const X509_NAME *b);
// X509_NAME_get0_der marshals |name| as a DER-encoded X.509 Name (RFC 5280). On
// success, it returns one and sets |*out_der| and |*out_der_len| to a buffer
// containing the result. Otherwise, it returns zero. |*out_der| is owned by
// |name| and must not be freed by the caller. It is invalidated after |name| is
// mutated or freed.
//
// Avoid this function and prefer |i2d_X509_NAME|. It is one of the reasons
// |X509_NAME| functions, including this one, are not consistently thread-safe
// or const-correct. Depending on the resolution of
// https://crbug.com/boringssl/407, this function may be removed or cause poor
// performance.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_get0_der(X509_NAME *name, const uint8_t **out_der,
size_t *out_der_len);
// X509_NAME_set makes a copy of |name|. On success, it frees |*xn|, sets |*xn|
// to the copy, and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |name| was
// mutated.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_set(X509_NAME **xn, X509_NAME *name);
// X509_NAME_entry_count returns the number of entries in |name|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_entry_count(const X509_NAME *name);
// X509_NAME_get_index_by_NID returns the zero-based index of the first
// attribute in |name| with type |nid|, or -1 if there is none. |nid| should be
// one of the |NID_*| constants. If |lastpos| is non-negative, it begins
// searching at |lastpos+1|. To search all attributes, pass in -1, not zero.
//
// Indices from this function refer to |X509_NAME|'s flattened representation.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_get_index_by_NID(const X509_NAME *name, int nid,
int lastpos);
// X509_NAME_get_index_by_OBJ behaves like |X509_NAME_get_index_by_NID| but
// looks for attributes with type |obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_get_index_by_OBJ(const X509_NAME *name,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int lastpos);
// X509_NAME_get_entry returns the attribute in |name| at index |loc|, or NULL
// if |loc| is out of range. |loc| is interpreted using |X509_NAME|'s flattened
// representation. This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL
// compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result. Doing so will break
// internal invariants in the library.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_get_entry(const X509_NAME *name,
int loc);
// X509_NAME_delete_entry removes and returns the attribute in |name| at index
// |loc|, or NULL if |loc| is out of range. |loc| is interpreted using
// |X509_NAME|'s flattened representation. If the attribute is found, the caller
// is responsible for releasing the result with |X509_NAME_ENTRY_free|.
//
// This function will internally update RDN indices (see |X509_NAME_ENTRY_set|)
// so they continue to be consecutive.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_delete_entry(X509_NAME *name,
int loc);
// X509_NAME_add_entry adds a copy of |entry| to |name| and returns one on
// success or zero on error. If |loc| is -1, the entry is appended to |name|.
// Otherwise, it is inserted at index |loc|. If |set| is -1, the entry is added
// to the previous entry's RDN. If it is 0, the entry becomes a singleton RDN.
// If 1, it is added to next entry's RDN.
//
// This function will internally update RDN indices (see |X509_NAME_ENTRY_set|)
// so they continue to be consecutive.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_add_entry(X509_NAME *name,
const X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry, int loc,
int set);
// X509_NAME_add_entry_by_OBJ adds a new entry to |name| and returns one on
// success or zero on error. The entry's attribute type is |obj|. The entry's
// attribute value is determined by |type|, |bytes|, and |len|, as in
// |X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_data|. The entry's position is determined by |loc| and
// |set| as in |X509_NAME_add_entry|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_add_entry_by_OBJ(X509_NAME *name,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int type,
const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len, int loc,
int set);
// X509_NAME_add_entry_by_NID behaves like |X509_NAME_add_entry_by_OBJ| but sets
// the entry's attribute type to |nid|, which should be one of the |NID_*|
// constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_add_entry_by_NID(X509_NAME *name, int nid,
int type, const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len, int loc,
int set);
// X509_NAME_add_entry_by_txt behaves like |X509_NAME_add_entry_by_OBJ| but sets
// the entry's attribute type to |field|, which is passed to |OBJ_txt2obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_add_entry_by_txt(X509_NAME *name,
const char *field, int type,
const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len, int loc,
int set);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_new returns a new, empty |X509_NAME_ENTRY|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_ENTRY_new(void);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_free releases memory associated with |entry|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_NAME_ENTRY_free(X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |entry|, or NULL on
// error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_ENTRY_dup(
const X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_object returns |entry|'s attribute type. This function
// returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL compatibility, but callers should not
// mutate the result. Doing so will break internal invariants in the library.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_OBJECT *X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_object(
const X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_object sets |entry|'s attribute type to |obj|. It returns
// one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_object(X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_data returns |entry|'s attribute value, represented as an
// |ASN1_STRING|. This value may have any ASN.1 type, so callers must check the
// type before interpreting the contents. This function returns a non-const
// pointer for OpenSSL compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result.
// Doing so will break internal invariants in the library.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/412): Although the spec says any ASN.1 type
// is allowed, we currently only allow an ad-hoc set of types. Additionally, it
// is unclear if some types can even be represented by this function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_STRING *X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_data(
const X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_data sets |entry|'s value to |len| bytes from |bytes|. It
// returns one on success and zero on error. If |len| is -1, |bytes| must be a
// NUL-terminated C string and the length is determined by |strlen|. |bytes| is
// converted to an ASN.1 type as follows:
//
// If |type| is a |MBSTRING_*| constant, the value is an ASN.1 string. The
// string is determined by decoding |bytes| in the encoding specified by |type|,
// and then re-encoding it in a form appropriate for |entry|'s attribute type.
// See |ASN1_STRING_set_by_NID| for details.
//
// Otherwise, the value is an |ASN1_STRING| with type |type| and value |bytes|.
// See |ASN1_STRING| for how to format ASN.1 types as an |ASN1_STRING|. If
// |type| is |V_ASN1_UNDEF| the previous |ASN1_STRING| type is reused.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_data(X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry, int type,
const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_set returns the zero-based index of the RDN which contains
// |entry|. Consecutive entries with the same index are part of the same RDN.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_NAME_ENTRY_set(const X509_NAME_ENTRY *entry);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_OBJ creates a new |X509_NAME_ENTRY| with attribute
// type |obj|. The attribute value is determined from |type|, |bytes|, and |len|
// as in |X509_NAME_ENTRY_set_data|. It returns the |X509_NAME_ENTRY| on success
// and NULL on error.
//
// If |out| is non-NULL and |*out| is NULL, it additionally sets |*out| to the
// result on success. If both |out| and |*out| are non-NULL, it updates the
// object at |*out| instead of allocating a new one.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_OBJ(
X509_NAME_ENTRY **out, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int type,
const uint8_t *bytes, ossl_ssize_t len);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_NID behaves like |X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_OBJ|
// except the attribute type is |nid|, which should be one of the |NID_*|
// constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_NID(
X509_NAME_ENTRY **out, int nid, int type, const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len);
// X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_txt behaves like |X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_OBJ|
// except the attribute type is |field|, which is passed to |OBJ_txt2obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_NAME_ENTRY *X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_txt(
X509_NAME_ENTRY **out, const char *field, int type, const uint8_t *bytes,
ossl_ssize_t len);
// Public keys.
//
// X.509 encodes public keys as SubjectPublicKeyInfo (RFC 5280), sometimes
// referred to as SPKI. These are represented in this library by |X509_PUBKEY|.
// X509_PUBKEY_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_PUBKEY| object, or
// NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_PUBKEY *X509_PUBKEY_new(void);
// X509_PUBKEY_free releases memory associated with |key|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_PUBKEY_free(X509_PUBKEY *key);
// d2i_X509_PUBKEY parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// SubjectPublicKeyInfo, as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_PUBKEY *d2i_X509_PUBKEY(X509_PUBKEY **out,
const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_X509_PUBKEY marshals |key| as a DER-encoded SubjectPublicKeyInfo, as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_PUBKEY(const X509_PUBKEY *key, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_PUBKEY_set serializes |pkey| into a newly-allocated |X509_PUBKEY|
// structure. On success, it frees |*x| if non-NULL, then sets |*x| to the new
// object, and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_PUBKEY_set(X509_PUBKEY **x, EVP_PKEY *pkey);
// X509_PUBKEY_get0 returns |key| as an |EVP_PKEY|, or NULL if |key| either
// could not be parsed or is an unrecognized algorithm. The |EVP_PKEY| is cached
// in |key|, so callers must not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_PUBKEY_get0(const X509_PUBKEY *key);
// X509_PUBKEY_get behaves like |X509_PUBKEY_get0| but increments the reference
// count on the |EVP_PKEY|. The caller must release the result with
// |EVP_PKEY_free| when done. The |EVP_PKEY| is cached in |key|, so callers must
// not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EVP_PKEY *X509_PUBKEY_get(const X509_PUBKEY *key);
// X509_PUBKEY_set0_param sets |pub| to a key with AlgorithmIdentifier
// determined by |obj|, |param_type|, and |param_value|, and an encoded
// public key of |key|. On success, it gives |pub| ownership of all the other
// parameters and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero. |key| must have been
// allocated by |OPENSSL_malloc|. |obj| and, if applicable, |param_value| must
// not be freed after a successful call, and must have been allocated in a
// manner compatible with |ASN1_OBJECT_free| or |ASN1_STRING_free|.
//
// |obj|, |param_type|, and |param_value| are interpreted as in
// |X509_ALGOR_set0|. See |X509_ALGOR_set0| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_PUBKEY_set0_param(X509_PUBKEY *pub, ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int param_type, void *param_value,
uint8_t *key, int key_len);
// X509_PUBKEY_get0_param outputs fields of |pub| and returns one. If |out_obj|
// is not NULL, it sets |*out_obj| to AlgorithmIdentifier's OID. If |out_key|
// is not NULL, it sets |*out_key| and |*out_key_len| to the encoded public key.
// If |out_alg| is not NULL, it sets |*out_alg| to the AlgorithmIdentifier.
//
// All pointers outputted by this function are internal to |pub| and must not be
// freed by the caller. Additionally, although some outputs are non-const,
// callers must not mutate the resulting objects.
//
// Note: X.509 SubjectPublicKeyInfo structures store the encoded public key as a
// BIT STRING. |*out_key| and |*out_key_len| will silently pad the key with zero
// bits if |pub| did not contain a whole number of bytes. Use
// |X509_PUBKEY_get0_public_key| to preserve this information.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_PUBKEY_get0_param(ASN1_OBJECT **out_obj,
const uint8_t **out_key,
int *out_key_len,
X509_ALGOR **out_alg,
X509_PUBKEY *pub);
// X509_PUBKEY_get0_public_key returns |pub|'s encoded public key.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const ASN1_BIT_STRING *X509_PUBKEY_get0_public_key(
const X509_PUBKEY *pub);
// Extensions.
//
// X.509 certificates and CRLs may contain a list of extensions (RFC 5280).
// Extensions have a type, specified by an object identifier (|ASN1_OBJECT|) and
// a byte string value, which should a DER-encoded structure whose type is
// determined by the extension type. This library represents extensions with the
// |X509_EXTENSION| type.
// X509_EXTENSION is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is X.509 Extension (RFC
// 5280) and C type is |X509_EXTENSION*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(X509_EXTENSION)
// X509_EXTENSION_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_EXTENSION| object
// or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_EXTENSION_new(void);
// X509_EXTENSION_free releases memory associated with |ex|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_EXTENSION_free(X509_EXTENSION *ex);
// d2i_X509_EXTENSION parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// X.509 Extension (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *d2i_X509_EXTENSION(X509_EXTENSION **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_EXTENSION marshals |ex| as a DER-encoded X.509 Extension (RFC
// 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_EXTENSION(const X509_EXTENSION *ex, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_EXTENSION_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |ex|, or NULL on error.
// This function works by serializing the structure, so if |ex| is incomplete,
// it may fail.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_EXTENSION_dup(const X509_EXTENSION *ex);
// X509_EXTENSION_create_by_NID creates a new |X509_EXTENSION| with type |nid|,
// value |data|, and critical bit |crit|. It returns an |X509_EXTENSION| on
// success, and NULL on error. |nid| should be a |NID_*| constant.
//
// If |ex| and |*ex| are both non-NULL, |*ex| is used to hold the result,
// otherwise a new object is allocated. If |ex| is non-NULL and |*ex| is NULL,
// the function sets |*ex| to point to the newly allocated result, in addition
// to returning the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_EXTENSION_create_by_NID(
X509_EXTENSION **ex, int nid, int crit, const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *data);
// X509_EXTENSION_create_by_OBJ behaves like |X509_EXTENSION_create_by_NID|, but
// the extension type is determined by an |ASN1_OBJECT|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509_EXTENSION_create_by_OBJ(
X509_EXTENSION **ex, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int crit,
const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *data);
// X509_EXTENSION_get_object returns |ex|'s extension type. This function
// returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL compatibility, but callers should not
// mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_OBJECT *X509_EXTENSION_get_object(const X509_EXTENSION *ex);
// X509_EXTENSION_get_data returns |ne|'s extension value. This function returns
// a non-const pointer for OpenSSL compatibility, but callers should not mutate
// the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_OCTET_STRING *X509_EXTENSION_get_data(
const X509_EXTENSION *ne);
// X509_EXTENSION_get_critical returns one if |ex| is critical and zero
// otherwise.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_EXTENSION_get_critical(const X509_EXTENSION *ex);
// X509_EXTENSION_set_object sets |ex|'s extension type to |obj|. It returns one
// on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_EXTENSION_set_object(X509_EXTENSION *ex,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_EXTENSION_set_critical sets |ex| to critical if |crit| is non-zero and
// to non-critical if |crit| is zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_EXTENSION_set_critical(X509_EXTENSION *ex, int crit);
// X509_EXTENSION_set_data set's |ex|'s extension value to a copy of |data|. It
// returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_EXTENSION_set_data(X509_EXTENSION *ex,
const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *data);
// Extension lists.
//
// The following functions manipulate lists of extensions. Most of them have
// corresponding functions on the containing |X509|, |X509_CRL|, or
// |X509_REVOKED|.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION)
typedef STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) X509_EXTENSIONS;
// d2i_X509_EXTENSIONS parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// SEQUENCE OF Extension (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSIONS *d2i_X509_EXTENSIONS(X509_EXTENSIONS **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_EXTENSIONS marshals |alg| as a DER-encoded SEQUENCE OF Extension
// (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_EXTENSIONS(const X509_EXTENSIONS *alg,
uint8_t **outp);
// X509v3_get_ext_count returns the number of extensions in |x|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509v3_get_ext_count(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x);
// X509v3_get_ext_by_NID returns the index of the first extension in |x| with
// type |nid|, or a negative number if not found. If found, callers can use
// |X509v3_get_ext| to look up the extension by index.
//
// If |lastpos| is non-negative, it begins searching at |lastpos| + 1. Callers
// can thus loop over all matching extensions by first passing -1 and then
// passing the previously-returned value until no match is returned.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509v3_get_ext_by_NID(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x,
int nid, int lastpos);
// X509v3_get_ext_by_OBJ behaves like |X509v3_get_ext_by_NID| but looks for
// extensions matching |obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509v3_get_ext_by_OBJ(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int lastpos);
// X509v3_get_ext_by_critical returns the index of the first extension in |x|
// whose critical bit matches |crit|, or a negative number if no such extension
// was found.
//
// If |lastpos| is non-negative, it begins searching at |lastpos| + 1. Callers
// can thus loop over all matching extensions by first passing -1 and then
// passing the previously-returned value until no match is returned.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509v3_get_ext_by_critical(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x,
int crit, int lastpos);
// X509v3_get_ext returns the extension in |x| at index |loc|, or NULL if |loc|
// is out of bounds. This function returns a non-const pointer for OpenSSL
// compatibility, but callers should not mutate the result.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509v3_get_ext(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x,
int loc);
// X509v3_delete_ext removes the extension in |x| at index |loc| and returns the
// removed extension, or NULL if |loc| was out of bounds. If an extension was
// returned, the caller must release it with |X509_EXTENSION_free|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509v3_delete_ext(STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *x,
int loc);
// X509v3_add_ext adds a copy of |ex| to the extension list in |*x|. If |*x| is
// NULL, it allocates a new |STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION)| to hold the copy and sets
// |*x| to the new list. It returns |*x| on success and NULL on error. The
// caller retains ownership of |ex| and can release it independently of |*x|.
//
// The new extension is inserted at index |loc|, shifting extensions to the
// right. If |loc| is -1 or out of bounds, the new extension is appended to the
// list.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *X509v3_add_ext(
STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) **x, const X509_EXTENSION *ex, int loc);
// Built-in extensions.
//
// Several functions in the library encode and decode extension values into a
// C structure to that extension. The following extensions are supported:
//
// - |NID_authority_key_identifier| with type |AUTHORITY_KEYID|
// - |NID_basic_constraints| with type |BASIC_CONSTRAINTS|
// - |NID_certificate_issuer| with type |GENERAL_NAMES|
// - |NID_certificate_policies| with type |CERTIFICATEPOLICIES|
// - |NID_crl_distribution_points| with type |CRL_DIST_POINTS|
// - |NID_crl_number| with type |ASN1_INTEGER|
// - |NID_crl_reason| with type |ASN1_ENUMERATED|
// - |NID_delta_crl| with type |ASN1_INTEGER|
// - |NID_ext_key_usage| with type |EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE|
// - |NID_freshest_crl| with type |ISSUING_DIST_POINT|
// - |NID_id_pkix_OCSP_noCheck| with type |ASN1_NULL|
// - |NID_info_access| with type |AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS|
// - |NID_inhibit_any_policy| with type |ASN1_INTEGER|
// - |NID_invalidity_date| with type |ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME|
// - |NID_issuer_alt_name| with type |GENERAL_NAMES|
// - |NID_issuing_distribution_point| with type |ISSUING_DIST_POINT|
// - |NID_key_usage| with type |ASN1_BIT_STRING|
// - |NID_name_constraints| with type |NAME_CONSTRAINTS|
// - |NID_netscape_base_url| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_ca_policy_url| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_ca_revocation_url| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_cert_type| with type |ASN1_BIT_STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_comment| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_renewal_url| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_revocation_url| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_netscape_ssl_server_name| with type |ASN1_IA5STRING|
// - |NID_policy_constraints| with type |POLICY_CONSTRAINTS|
// - |NID_policy_mappings| with type |POLICY_MAPPINGS|
// - |NID_sinfo_access| with type |AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS|
// - |NID_subject_alt_name| with type |GENERAL_NAMES|
// - |NID_subject_key_identifier| with type |ASN1_OCTET_STRING|
//
// If an extension does not appear in this list, e.g. for a custom extension,
// callers can instead use functions such as |X509_get_ext_by_OBJ|,
// |X509_EXTENSION_get_data|, and |X509_EXTENSION_create_by_OBJ| to inspect or
// create extensions directly. Although the |X509V3_EXT_METHOD| mechanism allows
// registering custom extensions, doing so is deprecated and may result in
// threading or memory errors.
// X509V3_EXT_d2i decodes |ext| and returns a pointer to a newly-allocated
// structure, with type dependent on the type of the extension. It returns NULL
// if |ext| is an unsupported extension or if there was a syntax error in the
// extension. The caller should cast the return value to the expected type and
// free the structure when done.
//
// WARNING: Casting the return value to the wrong type is a potentially
// exploitable memory error, so callers must not use this function before
// checking |ext| is of a known type. See the list at the top of this section
// for the correct types.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509V3_EXT_d2i(const X509_EXTENSION *ext);
// X509V3_get_d2i finds and decodes the extension in |extensions| of type |nid|.
// If found, it decodes it and returns a newly-allocated structure, with type
// dependent on |nid|. If the extension is not found or on error, it returns
// NULL. The caller may distinguish these cases using the |out_critical| value.
//
// If |out_critical| is not NULL, this function sets |*out_critical| to one if
// the extension is found and critical, zero if it is found and not critical, -1
// if it is not found, and -2 if there is an invalid duplicate extension. Note
// this function may set |*out_critical| to one or zero and still return NULL if
// the extension is found but has a syntax error.
//
// If |out_idx| is not NULL, this function looks for the first occurrence of the
// extension after |*out_idx|. It then sets |*out_idx| to the index of the
// extension, or -1 if not found. If |out_idx| is non-NULL, duplicate extensions
// are not treated as an error. Callers, however, should not rely on this
// behavior as it may be removed in the future. Duplicate extensions are
// forbidden in RFC 5280.
//
// WARNING: This function is difficult to use correctly. Callers should pass a
// non-NULL |out_critical| and check both the return value and |*out_critical|
// to handle errors. If the return value is NULL and |*out_critical| is not -1,
// there was an error. Otherwise, the function succeeded and but may return NULL
// for a missing extension. Callers should pass NULL to |out_idx| so that
// duplicate extensions are handled correctly.
//
// Additionally, casting the return value to the wrong type is a potentially
// exploitable memory error, so callers must ensure the cast and |nid| match.
// See the list at the top of this section for the correct types.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509V3_get_d2i(const STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) *extensions,
int nid, int *out_critical, int *out_idx);
// X509V3_EXT_free casts |ext_data| into the type that corresponds to |nid| and
// releases memory associated with it. It returns one on success and zero if
// |nid| is not a known extension.
//
// WARNING: Casting |ext_data| to the wrong type is a potentially exploitable
// memory error, so callers must ensure |ext_data|'s type matches |nid|. See the
// list at the top of this section for the correct types.
//
// TODO(davidben): OpenSSL upstream no longer exposes this function. Remove it?
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509V3_EXT_free(int nid, void *ext_data);
// X509V3_EXT_i2d casts |ext_struc| into the type that corresponds to
// |ext_nid|, serializes it, and returns a newly-allocated |X509_EXTENSION|
// object containing the serialization, or NULL on error. The |X509_EXTENSION|
// has OID |ext_nid| and is critical if |crit| is one.
//
// WARNING: Casting |ext_struc| to the wrong type is a potentially exploitable
// memory error, so callers must ensure |ext_struct|'s type matches |ext_nid|.
// See the list at the top of this section for the correct types.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_EXTENSION *X509V3_EXT_i2d(int ext_nid, int crit,
void *ext_struc);
// The following constants control the behavior of |X509V3_add1_i2d| and related
// functions.
// X509V3_ADD_OP_MASK can be ANDed with the flags to determine how duplicate
// extensions are processed.
#define X509V3_ADD_OP_MASK 0xfL
// X509V3_ADD_DEFAULT causes the function to fail if the extension was already
// present.
#define X509V3_ADD_DEFAULT 0L
// X509V3_ADD_APPEND causes the function to unconditionally appended the new
// extension to to the extensions list, even if there is a duplicate.
#define X509V3_ADD_APPEND 1L
// X509V3_ADD_REPLACE causes the function to replace the existing extension, or
// append if it is not present.
#define X509V3_ADD_REPLACE 2L
// X509V3_ADD_REPLACE_EXISTING causes the function to replace the existing
// extension and fail if it is not present.
#define X509V3_ADD_REPLACE_EXISTING 3L
// X509V3_ADD_KEEP_EXISTING causes the function to succeed without replacing the
// extension if already present.
#define X509V3_ADD_KEEP_EXISTING 4L
// X509V3_ADD_DELETE causes the function to remove the matching extension. No
// new extension is added. If there is no matching extension, the function
// fails. The |value| parameter is ignored in this mode.
#define X509V3_ADD_DELETE 5L
// X509V3_ADD_SILENT may be ORed into one of the values above to indicate the
// function should not add to the error queue on duplicate or missing extension.
// The function will continue to return zero in those cases, and it will
// continue to return -1 and add to the error queue on other errors.
#define X509V3_ADD_SILENT 0x10
// X509V3_add1_i2d casts |value| to the type that corresponds to |nid|,
// serializes it, and appends it to the extension list in |*x|. If |*x| is NULL,
// it will set |*x| to a newly-allocated |STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION)| as needed.
// The |crit| parameter determines whether the new extension is critical.
// |flags| may be some combination of the |X509V3_ADD_*| constants to control
// the function's behavior on duplicate extension.
//
// This function returns one on success, zero if the operation failed due to a
// missing or duplicate extension, and -1 on other errors.
//
// WARNING: Casting |value| to the wrong type is a potentially exploitable
// memory error, so callers must ensure |value|'s type matches |nid|. See the
// list at the top of this section for the correct types.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509V3_add1_i2d(STACK_OF(X509_EXTENSION) **x, int nid,
void *value, int crit, unsigned long flags);
// Basic constraints.
//
// The basic constraints extension (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.9) determines
// whether a certificate is a CA certificate and, if so, optionally constrains
// the maximum depth of the certificate chain.
// A BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_st, aka |BASIC_CONSTRAINTS| represents an
// BasicConstraints structure (RFC 5280).
struct BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_st {
ASN1_BOOLEAN ca;
ASN1_INTEGER *pathlen;
} /* BASIC_CONSTRAINTS */;
// BASIC_CONSTRAINTS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is BasicConstraints (RFC
// 5280) and C type is |BASIC_CONSTRAINTS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(BASIC_CONSTRAINTS)
// BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |BASIC_CONSTRAINTS|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT BASIC_CONSTRAINTS *BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_new(void);
// BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_free releases memory associated with |bcons|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_free(BASIC_CONSTRAINTS *bcons);
// d2i_BASIC_CONSTRAINTS parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// BasicConstraints (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT BASIC_CONSTRAINTS *d2i_BASIC_CONSTRAINTS(BASIC_CONSTRAINTS **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_BASIC_CONSTRAINTS marshals |bcons| as a DER-encoded BasicConstraints (RFC
// 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_BASIC_CONSTRAINTS(const BASIC_CONSTRAINTS *bcons,
uint8_t **outp);
// Extended key usage.
//
// The extended key usage extension (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.12) indicates the
// purposes of the certificate's public key. Such constraints are important to
// avoid cross-protocol attacks.
typedef STACK_OF(ASN1_OBJECT) EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE;
// EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is ExtKeyUsageSyntax
// (RFC 5280) and C type is |STACK_OF(ASN1_OBJECT)*|, or |EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE)
// EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE *EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE_new(void);
// EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE_free releases memory associated with |eku|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE_free(EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE *eku);
// d2i_EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// ExtKeyUsageSyntax (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE *d2i_EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE(
EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE marshals |eku| as a DER-encoded ExtKeyUsageSyntax (RFC
// 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE(const EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE *eku,
uint8_t **outp);
// General names.
//
// A |GENERAL_NAME| represents an X.509 GeneralName structure, defined in RFC
// 5280, Section 4.2.1.6. General names are distinct from names (|X509_NAME|). A
// general name is a CHOICE type which may contain one of several name types,
// most commonly a DNS name or an IP address. General names most commonly appear
// in the subject alternative name (SAN) extension, though they are also used in
// other extensions.
//
// Many extensions contain a SEQUENCE OF GeneralName, or GeneralNames, so
// |STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME)| is defined and aliased to |GENERAL_NAMES|.
typedef struct otherName_st {
ASN1_OBJECT *type_id;
ASN1_TYPE *value;
} OTHERNAME;
typedef struct EDIPartyName_st {
ASN1_STRING *nameAssigner;
ASN1_STRING *partyName;
} EDIPARTYNAME;
// GEN_* are constants for the |type| field of |GENERAL_NAME|, defined below.
#define GEN_OTHERNAME 0
#define GEN_EMAIL 1
#define GEN_DNS 2
#define GEN_X400 3
#define GEN_DIRNAME 4
#define GEN_EDIPARTY 5
#define GEN_URI 6
#define GEN_IPADD 7
#define GEN_RID 8
// A GENERAL_NAME_st, aka |GENERAL_NAME|, represents an X.509 GeneralName. The
// |type| field determines which member of |d| is active. A |GENERAL_NAME| may
// also be empty, in which case |type| is -1 and |d| is NULL. Empty
// |GENERAL_NAME|s are invalid and will never be returned from the parser, but
// may be created temporarily, e.g. by |GENERAL_NAME_new|.
//
// WARNING: |type| and |d| must be kept consistent. An inconsistency will result
// in a potentially exploitable memory error.
struct GENERAL_NAME_st {
int type;
union {
char *ptr;
OTHERNAME *otherName;
ASN1_IA5STRING *rfc822Name;
ASN1_IA5STRING *dNSName;
ASN1_STRING *x400Address;
X509_NAME *directoryName;
EDIPARTYNAME *ediPartyName;
ASN1_IA5STRING *uniformResourceIdentifier;
ASN1_OCTET_STRING *iPAddress;
ASN1_OBJECT *registeredID;
// Old names
ASN1_OCTET_STRING *ip; // iPAddress
X509_NAME *dirn; // dirn
ASN1_IA5STRING *ia5; // rfc822Name, dNSName, uniformResourceIdentifier
ASN1_OBJECT *rid; // registeredID
} d;
} /* GENERAL_NAME */;
// GENERAL_NAME_new returns a new, empty |GENERAL_NAME|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_NAME *GENERAL_NAME_new(void);
// GENERAL_NAME_free releases memory associated with |gen|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void GENERAL_NAME_free(GENERAL_NAME *gen);
// d2i_GENERAL_NAME parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded X.509
// GeneralName (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_NAME *d2i_GENERAL_NAME(GENERAL_NAME **out,
const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_GENERAL_NAME marshals |in| as a DER-encoded X.509 GeneralName (RFC 5280),
// as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |in| is an
// directoryName and the |X509_NAME| has been modified.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_GENERAL_NAME(GENERAL_NAME *in, uint8_t **outp);
// GENERAL_NAME_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |gen|, or NULL on error.
// This function works by serializing the structure, so it will fail if |gen| is
// empty.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if |gen| is an
// directoryName and the |X509_NAME| has been modified.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_NAME *GENERAL_NAME_dup(GENERAL_NAME *gen);
// GENERAL_NAMES_new returns a new, empty |GENERAL_NAMES|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_NAMES *GENERAL_NAMES_new(void);
// GENERAL_NAMES_free releases memory associated with |gens|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void GENERAL_NAMES_free(GENERAL_NAMES *gens);
// d2i_GENERAL_NAMES parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// SEQUENCE OF GeneralName, as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_NAMES *d2i_GENERAL_NAMES(GENERAL_NAMES **out,
const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_GENERAL_NAMES marshals |in| as a DER-encoded SEQUENCE OF GeneralName, as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): This function should be const and
// thread-safe but is currently neither in some cases, notably if some element
// of |in| is an directoryName and the |X509_NAME| has been modified.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_GENERAL_NAMES(GENERAL_NAMES *in, uint8_t **outp);
// OTHERNAME_new returns a new, empty |OTHERNAME|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT OTHERNAME *OTHERNAME_new(void);
// OTHERNAME_free releases memory associated with |name|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void OTHERNAME_free(OTHERNAME *name);
// EDIPARTYNAME_new returns a new, empty |EDIPARTYNAME|, or NULL on error.
// EDIPartyName is rarely used in practice, so callers are unlikely to need this
// function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT EDIPARTYNAME *EDIPARTYNAME_new(void);
// EDIPARTYNAME_free releases memory associated with |name|. EDIPartyName is
// rarely used in practice, so callers are unlikely to need this function.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void EDIPARTYNAME_free(EDIPARTYNAME *name);
// GENERAL_NAME_set0_value set |gen|'s type and value to |type| and |value|.
// |type| must be a |GEN_*| constant and |value| must be an object of the
// corresponding type. |gen| takes ownership of |value|, so |value| must have
// been an allocated object.
//
// WARNING: |gen| must be empty (typically as returned from |GENERAL_NAME_new|)
// before calling this function. If |gen| already contained a value, the
// previous contents will be leaked.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void GENERAL_NAME_set0_value(GENERAL_NAME *gen, int type,
void *value);
// GENERAL_NAME_get0_value returns the in-memory representation of |gen|'s
// contents and, |out_type| is not NULL, sets |*out_type| to the type of |gen|,
// which will be a |GEN_*| constant. If |gen| is incomplete, the return value
// will be NULL and the type will be -1.
//
// WARNING: Casting the result of this function to the wrong type is a
// potentially exploitable memory error. Callers must check |gen|'s type, either
// via |*out_type| or checking |gen->type| directly, before inspecting the
// result.
//
// WARNING: This function is not const-correct. The return value should be
// const. Callers shoudl not mutate the returned object.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *GENERAL_NAME_get0_value(const GENERAL_NAME *gen,
int *out_type);
// GENERAL_NAME_set0_othername sets |gen| to be an OtherName with type |oid| and
// value |value|. On success, it returns one and takes ownership of |oid| and
// |value|, which must be created in a way compatible with |ASN1_OBJECT_free|
// and |ASN1_TYPE_free|, respectively. On allocation failure, it returns zero.
// In the failure case, the caller retains ownership of |oid| and |value| and
// must release them when done.
//
// WARNING: |gen| must be empty (typically as returned from |GENERAL_NAME_new|)
// before calling this function. If |gen| already contained a value, the
// previously contents will be leaked.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int GENERAL_NAME_set0_othername(GENERAL_NAME *gen,
ASN1_OBJECT *oid,
ASN1_TYPE *value);
// GENERAL_NAME_get0_otherName, if |gen| is an OtherName, sets |*out_oid| and
// |*out_value| to the OtherName's type-id and value, respectively, and returns
// one. If |gen| is not an OtherName, it returns zero and leaves |*out_oid| and
// |*out_value| unmodified. Either of |out_oid| or |out_value| may be NULL to
// ignore the value.
//
// WARNING: This function is not const-correct. |out_oid| and |out_value| are
// not const, but callers should not mutate the resulting objects.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int GENERAL_NAME_get0_otherName(const GENERAL_NAME *gen,
ASN1_OBJECT **out_oid,
ASN1_TYPE **out_value);
// Authority key identifier.
//
// The authority key identifier extension (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.1) allows a
// certificate to more precisely identify its issuer. This is helpful when
// multiple certificates share a name. Only the keyIdentifier (|keyid| in
// |AUTHORITY_KEYID|) field is used in practice.
// A AUTHORITY_KEYID_st, aka |AUTHORITY_KEYID|, represents an
// AuthorityKeyIdentifier structure (RFC 5280).
struct AUTHORITY_KEYID_st {
ASN1_OCTET_STRING *keyid;
GENERAL_NAMES *issuer;
ASN1_INTEGER *serial;
} /* AUTHORITY_KEYID */;
// AUTHORITY_KEYID is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is AuthorityKeyIdentifier
// (RFC 5280) and C type is |AUTHORITY_KEYID*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(AUTHORITY_KEYID)
// AUTHORITY_KEYID_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |AUTHORITY_KEYID|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT AUTHORITY_KEYID *AUTHORITY_KEYID_new(void);
// AUTHORITY_KEYID_free releases memory associated with |akid|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void AUTHORITY_KEYID_free(AUTHORITY_KEYID *akid);
// d2i_AUTHORITY_KEYID parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// AuthorityKeyIdentifier (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT AUTHORITY_KEYID *d2i_AUTHORITY_KEYID(AUTHORITY_KEYID **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_AUTHORITY_KEYID marshals |akid| as a DER-encoded AuthorityKeyIdentifier
// (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): |akid| is not const because it
// contains an |X509_NAME|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_AUTHORITY_KEYID(AUTHORITY_KEYID *akid, uint8_t **outp);
// Name constraints.
//
// The name constraints extension (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.10) constrains which
// names may be asserted by certificates issued by some CA. For example, a
// general CA may issue an intermediate certificate to the owner of example.com,
// but constrained to ".example.com".
// A GENERAL_SUBTREE represents a GeneralSubtree structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct GENERAL_SUBTREE_st {
GENERAL_NAME *base;
ASN1_INTEGER *minimum;
ASN1_INTEGER *maximum;
} GENERAL_SUBTREE;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(GENERAL_SUBTREE)
// GENERAL_SUBTREE_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |GENERAL_SUBTREE|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT GENERAL_SUBTREE *GENERAL_SUBTREE_new(void);
// GENERAL_SUBTREE_free releases memory associated with |subtree|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void GENERAL_SUBTREE_free(GENERAL_SUBTREE *subtree);
// A NAME_CONSTRAINTS_st, aka |NAME_CONSTRAINTS|, represents a NameConstraints
// structure (RFC 5280).
struct NAME_CONSTRAINTS_st {
STACK_OF(GENERAL_SUBTREE) *permittedSubtrees;
STACK_OF(GENERAL_SUBTREE) *excludedSubtrees;
} /* NAME_CONSTRAINTS */;
// NAME_CONSTRAINTS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is NameConstraints (RFC
// 5280) and C type is |NAME_CONSTRAINTS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(NAME_CONSTRAINTS)
// NAME_CONSTRAINTS_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |NAME_CONSTRAINTS|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT NAME_CONSTRAINTS *NAME_CONSTRAINTS_new(void);
// NAME_CONSTRAINTS_free releases memory associated with |ncons|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void NAME_CONSTRAINTS_free(NAME_CONSTRAINTS *ncons);
// Authority information access.
//
// The authority information access extension (RFC 5280, 4.2.2.1) describes
// where to obtain information about the issuer of a certificate. It is most
// commonly used with accessMethod values of id-ad-caIssuers and id-ad-ocsp, to
// indicate where to fetch the issuer certificate (if not provided in-band) and
// the issuer's OCSP responder, respectively.
// An ACCESS_DESCRIPTION represents an AccessDescription structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_st {
ASN1_OBJECT *method;
GENERAL_NAME *location;
} ACCESS_DESCRIPTION;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(ACCESS_DESCRIPTION)
// ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |ACCESS_DESCRIPTION|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ACCESS_DESCRIPTION *ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_new(void);
// ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_free releases memory associated with |desc|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_free(ACCESS_DESCRIPTION *desc);
typedef STACK_OF(ACCESS_DESCRIPTION) AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS;
// AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is
// AuthorityInfoAccessSyntax (RFC 5280) and C type is
// |STACK_OF(ACCESS_DESCRIPTION)*|, or |AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS)
// AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS_new returns a newly-allocated, empty
// |AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS| object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS *AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS_new(void);
// AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS_free releases memory associated with |aia|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS_free(AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS *aia);
// d2i_AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a
// DER-encoded AuthorityInfoAccessSyntax (RFC 5280), as described in
// |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS *d2i_AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS(
AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS marshals |aia| as a DER-encoded
// AuthorityInfoAccessSyntax (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): |aia| is not const because it
// contains an |X509_NAME|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS(AUTHORITY_INFO_ACCESS *aia,
uint8_t **outp);
// CRL distribution points.
//
// The CRL distribution points extension (RFC 5280, 4.2.1.13) indicates where to
// fetch a certificate issuer's CRL. The corresponding issuing distribution
// point CRL extension (RFC 5280, section 5.2.5) matches against this extension.
// A DIST_POINT_NAME represents a DistributionPointName structure (RFC 5280).
// The |name| field contains the CHOICE value and is determined by |type|. If
// |type| is zero, |name| must be a |fullname|. If |type| is one, |name| must be
// a |relativename|.
//
// WARNING: |type| and |name| must be kept consistent. An inconsistency will
// result in a potentially exploitable memory error.
typedef struct DIST_POINT_NAME_st {
int type;
union {
GENERAL_NAMES *fullname;
STACK_OF(X509_NAME_ENTRY) *relativename;
} name;
// If relativename then this contains the full distribution point name
X509_NAME *dpname;
} DIST_POINT_NAME;
// DIST_POINT_NAME_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |DIST_POINT_NAME|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT DIST_POINT_NAME *DIST_POINT_NAME_new(void);
// DIST_POINT_NAME_free releases memory associated with |name|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void DIST_POINT_NAME_free(DIST_POINT_NAME *name);
// A DIST_POINT_st, aka |DIST_POINT|, represents a DistributionPoint structure
// (RFC 5280).
struct DIST_POINT_st {
DIST_POINT_NAME *distpoint;
ASN1_BIT_STRING *reasons;
GENERAL_NAMES *CRLissuer;
} /* DIST_POINT */;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(DIST_POINT)
// DIST_POINT_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |DIST_POINT| object, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT DIST_POINT *DIST_POINT_new(void);
// DIST_POINT_free releases memory associated with |dp|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void DIST_POINT_free(DIST_POINT *dp);
typedef STACK_OF(DIST_POINT) CRL_DIST_POINTS;
// CRL_DIST_POINTS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is CRLDistributionPoints
// (RFC 5280) and C type is |CRL_DIST_POINTS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(CRL_DIST_POINTS)
// CRL_DIST_POINTS_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |CRL_DIST_POINTS|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT CRL_DIST_POINTS *CRL_DIST_POINTS_new(void);
// CRL_DIST_POINTS_free releases memory associated with |crldp|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void CRL_DIST_POINTS_free(CRL_DIST_POINTS *crldp);
// d2i_CRL_DIST_POINTS parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// CRLDistributionPoints (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT CRL_DIST_POINTS *d2i_CRL_DIST_POINTS(CRL_DIST_POINTS **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_CRL_DIST_POINTS marshals |crldp| as a DER-encoded CRLDistributionPoints
// (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): |crldp| is not const because it
// contains an |X509_NAME|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_CRL_DIST_POINTS(CRL_DIST_POINTS *crldp, uint8_t **outp);
// A ISSUING_DIST_POINT_st, aka |ISSUING_DIST_POINT|, represents a
// IssuingDistributionPoint structure (RFC 5280).
struct ISSUING_DIST_POINT_st {
DIST_POINT_NAME *distpoint;
ASN1_BOOLEAN onlyuser;
ASN1_BOOLEAN onlyCA;
ASN1_BIT_STRING *onlysomereasons;
ASN1_BOOLEAN indirectCRL;
ASN1_BOOLEAN onlyattr;
} /* ISSUING_DIST_POINT */;
// ISSUING_DIST_POINT is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is
// IssuingDistributionPoint (RFC 5280) and C type is |ISSUING_DIST_POINT*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(ISSUING_DIST_POINT)
// ISSUING_DIST_POINT_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |ISSUING_DIST_POINT|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ISSUING_DIST_POINT *ISSUING_DIST_POINT_new(void);
// ISSUING_DIST_POINT_free releases memory associated with |idp|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void ISSUING_DIST_POINT_free(ISSUING_DIST_POINT *idp);
// d2i_ISSUING_DIST_POINT parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// IssuingDistributionPoint (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ISSUING_DIST_POINT *d2i_ISSUING_DIST_POINT(
ISSUING_DIST_POINT **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_ISSUING_DIST_POINT marshals |idp| as a DER-encoded
// IssuingDistributionPoint (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
//
// TODO(https://crbug.com/boringssl/407): |idp| is not const because it
// contains an |X509_NAME|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_ISSUING_DIST_POINT(ISSUING_DIST_POINT *idp,
uint8_t **outp);
// Certificate policies.
//
// The certificate policies extension (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.4), along with a
// suite of related extensions determines the "policies" that apply to a
// certificate path. Evaluating these policies is extremely complex and has led
// to denial-of-service vulnerabilities in several X.509 implementations. See
// draft-ietf-lamps-x509-policy-graph.
//
// Do not use this mechanism.
// A NOTICEREF represents a NoticeReference structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct NOTICEREF_st {
ASN1_STRING *organization;
STACK_OF(ASN1_INTEGER) *noticenos;
} NOTICEREF;
// NOTICEREF_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |NOTICEREF| object, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT NOTICEREF *NOTICEREF_new(void);
// NOTICEREF_free releases memory associated with |ref|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void NOTICEREF_free(NOTICEREF *ref);
// A USERNOTICE represents a UserNotice structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct USERNOTICE_st {
NOTICEREF *noticeref;
ASN1_STRING *exptext;
} USERNOTICE;
// USERNOTICE_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |USERNOTICE| object, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT USERNOTICE *USERNOTICE_new(void);
// USERNOTICE_free releases memory associated with |notice|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void USERNOTICE_free(USERNOTICE *notice);
// A POLICYQUALINFO represents a PolicyQualifierInfo structure (RFC 5280). |d|
// contains the qualifier field of the PolicyQualifierInfo. Its type is
// determined by |pqualid|. If |pqualid| is |NID_id_qt_cps|, |d| must be
// |cpsuri|. If |pqualid| is |NID_id_qt_unotice|, |d| must be |usernotice|.
// Otherwise, |d| must be |other|.
//
// WARNING: |pqualid| and |d| must be kept consistent. An inconsistency will
// result in a potentially exploitable memory error.
typedef struct POLICYQUALINFO_st {
ASN1_OBJECT *pqualid;
union {
ASN1_IA5STRING *cpsuri;
USERNOTICE *usernotice;
ASN1_TYPE *other;
} d;
} POLICYQUALINFO;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(POLICYQUALINFO)
// POLICYQUALINFO_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |POLICYQUALINFO| object,
// or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT POLICYQUALINFO *POLICYQUALINFO_new(void);
// POLICYQUALINFO_free releases memory associated with |info|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void POLICYQUALINFO_free(POLICYQUALINFO *info);
// A POLICYINFO represents a PolicyInformation structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct POLICYINFO_st {
ASN1_OBJECT *policyid;
STACK_OF(POLICYQUALINFO) *qualifiers;
} POLICYINFO;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(POLICYINFO)
// POLICYINFO_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |POLICYINFO| object, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT POLICYINFO *POLICYINFO_new(void);
// POLICYINFO_free releases memory associated with |info|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void POLICYINFO_free(POLICYINFO *info);
typedef STACK_OF(POLICYINFO) CERTIFICATEPOLICIES;
// CERTIFICATEPOLICIES is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is CertificatePolicies
// (RFC 5280) and C type is |STACK_OF(POLICYINFO)*|, or |CERTIFICATEPOLICIES*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(CERTIFICATEPOLICIES)
// CERTIFICATEPOLICIES_new returns a newly-allocated, empty
// |CERTIFICATEPOLICIES| object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT CERTIFICATEPOLICIES *CERTIFICATEPOLICIES_new(void);
// CERTIFICATEPOLICIES_free releases memory associated with |policies|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void CERTIFICATEPOLICIES_free(CERTIFICATEPOLICIES *policies);
// d2i_CERTIFICATEPOLICIES parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// CertificatePolicies (RFC 5280), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT CERTIFICATEPOLICIES *d2i_CERTIFICATEPOLICIES(
CERTIFICATEPOLICIES **out, const uint8_t **inp, long len);
// i2d_CERTIFICATEPOLICIES marshals |policies| as a DER-encoded
// CertificatePolicies (RFC 5280), as described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_CERTIFICATEPOLICIES(const CERTIFICATEPOLICIES *policies,
uint8_t **outp);
// A POLICY_MAPPING represents an individual element of a PolicyMappings
// structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct POLICY_MAPPING_st {
ASN1_OBJECT *issuerDomainPolicy;
ASN1_OBJECT *subjectDomainPolicy;
} POLICY_MAPPING;
DEFINE_STACK_OF(POLICY_MAPPING)
// POLICY_MAPPING_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |POLICY_MAPPING| object,
// or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT POLICY_MAPPING *POLICY_MAPPING_new(void);
// POLICY_MAPPING_free releases memory associated with |mapping|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void POLICY_MAPPING_free(POLICY_MAPPING *mapping);
typedef STACK_OF(POLICY_MAPPING) POLICY_MAPPINGS;
// POLICY_MAPPINGS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is PolicyMappings (RFC
// 5280) and C type is |STACK_OF(POLICY_MAPPING)*|, or |POLICY_MAPPINGS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(POLICY_MAPPINGS)
// A POLICY_CONSTRAINTS represents a PolicyConstraints structure (RFC 5280).
typedef struct POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_st {
ASN1_INTEGER *requireExplicitPolicy;
ASN1_INTEGER *inhibitPolicyMapping;
} POLICY_CONSTRAINTS;
// POLICY_CONSTRAINTS is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is PolicyConstraints
// (RFC 5280) and C type is |POLICY_CONSTRAINTS*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(POLICY_CONSTRAINTS)
// POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |POLICY_CONSTRAINTS|
// object, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT POLICY_CONSTRAINTS *POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_new(void);
// POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_free releases memory associated with |pcons|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_free(POLICY_CONSTRAINTS *pcons);
// Algorithm identifiers.
//
// An |X509_ALGOR| represents an AlgorithmIdentifier structure, used in X.509
// to represent signature algorithms and public key algorithms.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_ALGOR)
// X509_ALGOR is an |ASN1_ITEM| whose ASN.1 type is AlgorithmIdentifier and C
// type is |X509_ALGOR*|.
DECLARE_ASN1_ITEM(X509_ALGOR)
// X509_ALGOR_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_ALGOR| object, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ALGOR *X509_ALGOR_new(void);
// X509_ALGOR_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |alg|, or NULL on error.
// This function works by serializing the structure, so if |alg| is incomplete,
// it may fail.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ALGOR *X509_ALGOR_dup(const X509_ALGOR *alg);
// X509_ALGOR_free releases memory associated with |alg|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_ALGOR_free(X509_ALGOR *alg);
// d2i_X509_ALGOR parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// AlgorithmIdentifier, as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ALGOR *d2i_X509_ALGOR(X509_ALGOR **out, const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_ALGOR marshals |alg| as a DER-encoded AlgorithmIdentifier, as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_ALGOR(const X509_ALGOR *alg, uint8_t **outp);
// X509_ALGOR_set0 sets |alg| to an AlgorithmIdentifier with algorithm |obj| and
// parameter determined by |param_type| and |param_value|. It returns one on
// success and zero on error. This function takes ownership of |obj| and
// |param_value| on success.
//
// If |param_type| is |V_ASN1_UNDEF|, the parameter is omitted. If |param_type|
// is zero, the parameter is left unchanged. Otherwise, |param_type| and
// |param_value| are interpreted as in |ASN1_TYPE_set|.
//
// Note omitting the parameter (|V_ASN1_UNDEF|) and encoding an explicit NULL
// value (|V_ASN1_NULL|) are different. Some algorithms require one and some the
// other. Consult the relevant specification before calling this function. The
// correct parameter for an RSASSA-PKCS1-v1_5 signature is |V_ASN1_NULL|. The
// correct one for an ECDSA or Ed25519 signature is |V_ASN1_UNDEF|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_ALGOR_set0(X509_ALGOR *alg, ASN1_OBJECT *obj,
int param_type, void *param_value);
// X509_ALGOR_get0 sets |*out_obj| to the |alg|'s algorithm. If |alg|'s
// parameter is omitted, it sets |*out_param_type| and |*out_param_value| to
// |V_ASN1_UNDEF| and NULL. Otherwise, it sets |*out_param_type| and
// |*out_param_value| to the parameter, using the same representation as
// |ASN1_TYPE_set0|. See |ASN1_TYPE_set0| and |ASN1_TYPE| for details.
//
// Callers that require the parameter in serialized form should, after checking
// for |V_ASN1_UNDEF|, use |ASN1_TYPE_set1| and |d2i_ASN1_TYPE|, rather than
// inspecting |*out_param_value|.
//
// Each of |out_obj|, |out_param_type|, and |out_param_value| may be NULL to
// ignore the output. If |out_param_type| is NULL, |out_param_value| is ignored.
//
// WARNING: If |*out_param_type| is set to |V_ASN1_UNDEF|, OpenSSL and older
// revisions of BoringSSL leave |*out_param_value| unset rather than setting it
// to NULL. Callers that support both OpenSSL and BoringSSL should not assume
// |*out_param_value| is uniformly initialized.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_ALGOR_get0(const ASN1_OBJECT **out_obj,
int *out_param_type,
const void **out_param_value,
const X509_ALGOR *alg);
// X509_ALGOR_set_md sets |alg| to the hash function |md|. Note this
// AlgorithmIdentifier represents the hash function itself, not a signature
// algorithm that uses |md|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_ALGOR_set_md(X509_ALGOR *alg, const EVP_MD *md);
// X509_ALGOR_cmp returns zero if |a| and |b| are equal, and some non-zero value
// otherwise. Note this function can only be used for equality checks, not an
// ordering.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_ALGOR_cmp(const X509_ALGOR *a, const X509_ALGOR *b);
// Attributes.
//
// Unlike certificates and CRLs, CSRs use a separate Attribute structure (RFC
// 2985, RFC 2986) for extensibility. This is represented by the library as
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE|.
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_ATTRIBUTE)
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_ATTRIBUTE| object,
// or NULL on error. |X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_*| may be used to finish initializing
// it.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_new(void);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_dup returns a newly-allocated copy of |attr|, or NULL on
// error. This function works by serializing the structure, so if |attr| is
// incomplete, it may fail.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_dup(const X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_free releases memory associated with |attr|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_ATTRIBUTE_free(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr);
// d2i_X509_ATTRIBUTE parses up to |len| bytes from |*inp| as a DER-encoded
// Attribute (RFC 2986), as described in |d2i_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *d2i_X509_ATTRIBUTE(X509_ATTRIBUTE **out,
const uint8_t **inp,
long len);
// i2d_X509_ATTRIBUTE marshals |alg| as a DER-encoded Attribute (RFC 2986), as
// described in |i2d_SAMPLE|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int i2d_X509_ATTRIBUTE(const X509_ATTRIBUTE *alg,
uint8_t **outp);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_create returns a newly-allocated |X509_ATTRIBUTE|, or NULL on
// error. The attribute has type |nid| and contains a single value determined by
// |attrtype| and |value|, which are interpreted as in |ASN1_TYPE_set|. Note
// this function takes ownership of |value|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_create(int nid, int attrtype,
void *value);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_NID returns a newly-allocated |X509_ATTRIBUTE| of
// type |nid|, or NULL on error. The value is determined as in
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data|.
//
// If |attr| is non-NULL, the resulting |X509_ATTRIBUTE| is also written to
// |*attr|. If |*attr| was non-NULL when the function was called, |*attr| is
// reused instead of creating a new object.
//
// WARNING: The interpretation of |attrtype|, |data|, and |len| is complex and
// error-prone. See |X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data| for details.
//
// WARNING: The object reuse form is deprecated and may be removed in the
// future. It also currently incorrectly appends to the reused object's value
// set rather than overwriting it.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_NID(
X509_ATTRIBUTE **attr, int nid, int attrtype, const void *data, int len);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_OBJ behaves like |X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_NID|
// except the attribute's type is determined by |obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_OBJ(
X509_ATTRIBUTE **attr, const ASN1_OBJECT *obj, int attrtype,
const void *data, int len);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_txt behaves like |X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_NID|
// except the attribute's type is determined by calling |OBJ_txt2obj| with
// |attrname|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_ATTRIBUTE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_txt(
X509_ATTRIBUTE **attr, const char *attrname, int type,
const unsigned char *bytes, int len);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_object sets |attr|'s type to |obj|. It returns one on
// success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_object(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr,
const ASN1_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data appends a value to |attr|'s value set and returns
// one on success or zero on error. The value is determined as follows:
//
// If |attrtype| is zero, this function returns one and does nothing. This form
// may be used when calling |X509_ATTRIBUTE_create_by_*| to create an attribute
// with an empty value set. Such attributes are invalid, but OpenSSL supports
// creating them.
//
// Otherwise, if |attrtype| is a |MBSTRING_*| constant, the value is an ASN.1
// string. The string is determined by decoding |len| bytes from |data| in the
// encoding specified by |attrtype|, and then re-encoding it in a form
// appropriate for |attr|'s type. If |len| is -1, |strlen(data)| is used
// instead. See |ASN1_STRING_set_by_NID| for details.
//
// Otherwise, if |len| is not -1, the value is an ASN.1 string. |attrtype| is an
// |ASN1_STRING| type value and the |len| bytes from |data| are copied as the
// type-specific representation of |ASN1_STRING|. See |ASN1_STRING| for details.
//
// Otherwise, if |len| is -1, the value is constructed by passing |attrtype| and
// |data| to |ASN1_TYPE_set1|. That is, |attrtype| is an |ASN1_TYPE| type value,
// and |data| is cast to the corresponding pointer type.
//
// WARNING: Despite the name, this function appends to |attr|'s value set,
// rather than overwriting it. To overwrite the value set, create a new
// |X509_ATTRIBUTE| with |X509_ATTRIBUTE_new|.
//
// WARNING: If using the |MBSTRING_*| form, pass a length rather than relying on
// |strlen|. In particular, |strlen| will not behave correctly if the input is
// |MBSTRING_BMP| or |MBSTRING_UNIV|.
//
// WARNING: This function currently misinterprets |V_ASN1_OTHER| as an
// |MBSTRING_*| constant. This matches OpenSSL but means it is impossible to
// construct a value with a non-universal tag.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_ATTRIBUTE_set1_data(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr, int attrtype,
const void *data, int len);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_data returns the |idx|th value of |attr| in a
// type-specific representation to |attrtype|, or NULL if out of bounds or the
// type does not match. |attrtype| is one of the type values in |ASN1_TYPE|. On
// match, the return value uses the same representation as |ASN1_TYPE_set0|. See
// |ASN1_TYPE| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void *X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_data(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr, int idx,
int attrtype, void *unused);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_count returns the number of values in |attr|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_ATTRIBUTE_count(const X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_object returns the type of |attr|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_OBJECT *X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_object(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr);
// X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_type returns the |idx|th value in |attr|, or NULL if out
// of bounds. Note this function returns one of |attr|'s values, not the type.
OPENSSL_EXPORT ASN1_TYPE *X509_ATTRIBUTE_get0_type(X509_ATTRIBUTE *attr,
int idx);
// Certificate stores.
//
// An |X509_STORE| contains trusted certificates, CRLs, and verification
// parameters that are shared between multiple certificate verifications.
//
// Certificates in an |X509_STORE| are referred to as "trusted certificates",
// but an individual certificate verification may not necessarily treat every
// trusted certificate as a trust anchor. See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for
// details.
//
// WARNING: Although a trusted certificate which fails the
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| check is functionally an untrusted
// intermediate certificate, callers should not rely on this to configure
// untrusted intermediates in an |X509_STORE|. The trust check is complex, so
// this risks inadvertently treating it as a trust anchor. Instead, configure
// untrusted intermediates with the |chain| parameter of |X509_STORE_CTX_init|.
//
// Certificates in |X509_STORE| may be specified in several ways:
// - Added by |X509_STORE_add_cert|.
// - Returned by an |X509_LOOKUP| added by |X509_STORE_add_lookup|.
//
// |X509_STORE|s are reference-counted and may be shared by certificate
// verifications running concurrently on multiple threads. However, an
// |X509_STORE|'s verification parameters may not be modified concurrently with
// certificate verification or other operations. Unless otherwise documented,
// functions which take const pointer may be used concurrently, while
// functions which take a non-const pointer may not. Callers that wish to modify
// verification parameters in a shared |X509_STORE| should instead modify
// |X509_STORE_CTX|s individually.
//
// Objects in an |X509_STORE| are represented as an |X509_OBJECT|. Some
// functions in this library return values with this type.
// X509_STORE_new returns a newly-allocated |X509_STORE|, or NULL on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_STORE *X509_STORE_new(void);
// X509_STORE_up_ref adds one to the reference count of |store| and returns one.
// Although |store| is not const, this function's use of |store| is thread-safe.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_up_ref(X509_STORE *store);
// X509_STORE_free releases memory associated with |store|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_free(X509_STORE *store);
// X509_STORE_add_cert adds |x509| to |store| as a trusted certificate. It
// returns one on success and zero on error. This function internally increments
// |x509|'s reference count, so the caller retains ownership of |x509|.
//
// Certificates configured by this function are still subject to the checks
// described in |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust|.
//
// Although |store| is not const, this function's use of |store| is thread-safe.
// However, if this function is called concurrently with |X509_verify_cert|, it
// is a race condition whether |x509| is available for issuer lookups.
// Moreover, the result may differ for each issuer lookup performed by a single
// |X509_verify_cert| call.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_add_cert(X509_STORE *store, X509 *x509);
// X509_STORE_add_crl adds |crl| to |store|. It returns one on success and zero
// on error. This function internally increments |crl|'s reference count, so the
// caller retains ownership of |crl|. CRLs added in this way are candidates for
// CRL lookup when |X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK| is set.
//
// Although |store| is not const, this function's use of |store| is thread-safe.
// However, if this function is called concurrently with |X509_verify_cert|, it
// is a race condition whether |crl| is available for CRL checks. Moreover, the
// result may differ for each CRL check performed by a single
// |X509_verify_cert| call.
//
// Note there are no supported APIs to remove CRLs from |store| once inserted.
// To vary the set of CRLs over time, callers should either create a new
// |X509_STORE| or configure CRLs on a per-verification basis with
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set0_crls|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_add_crl(X509_STORE *store, X509_CRL *crl);
// X509_STORE_get0_param returns |store|'s verification parameters. This object
// is mutable and may be modified by the caller. For an individual certificate
// verification operation, |X509_STORE_CTX_init| initializes the
// |X509_STORE_CTX|'s parameters with these parameters.
//
// WARNING: |X509_STORE_CTX_init| applies some default parameters (as in
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_inherit|) after copying |store|'s parameters. This means
// it is impossible to leave some parameters unset at |store|. They must be
// explicitly unset after creating the |X509_STORE_CTX|.
//
// As of writing these late defaults are a depth limit (see
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_depth|) and the |X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST| flag. This
// warning does not apply if the parameters were set in |store|.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/441): This behavior is very surprising. Can we
// remove this notion of late defaults? The unsettable value at |X509_STORE| is
// -1, which rejects everything but explicitly-trusted self-signed certificates.
// |X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST| is mostly a workaround for poor path-building.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_VERIFY_PARAM *X509_STORE_get0_param(X509_STORE *store);
// X509_STORE_set1_param copies verification parameters from |param| as in
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1|. It returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_set1_param(X509_STORE *store,
const X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param);
// X509_STORE_set_flags enables all values in |flags| in |store|'s verification
// flags. |flags| should be a combination of |X509_V_FLAG_*| constants.
//
// WARNING: These flags will be combined with default flags when copied to an
// |X509_STORE_CTX|. This means it is impossible to unset those defaults from
// the |X509_STORE|. See discussion in |X509_STORE_get0_param|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_set_flags(X509_STORE *store, unsigned long flags);
// X509_STORE_set_depth configures |store| to, by default, limit certificate
// chains to |depth| intermediate certificates. This count excludes both the
// target certificate and the trust anchor (root certificate).
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_set_depth(X509_STORE *store, int depth);
// X509_STORE_set_purpose configures the purpose check for |store|. See
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_set_purpose(X509_STORE *store, int purpose);
// X509_STORE_set_trust configures the trust check for |store|. See
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_set_trust(X509_STORE *store, int trust);
// The following constants indicate the type of an |X509_OBJECT|.
#define X509_LU_NONE 0
#define X509_LU_X509 1
#define X509_LU_CRL 2
#define X509_LU_PKEY 3
DEFINE_STACK_OF(X509_OBJECT)
// X509_OBJECT_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_OBJECT| or NULL on
// error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_OBJECT *X509_OBJECT_new(void);
// X509_OBJECT_free releases memory associated with |obj|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_OBJECT_free(X509_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_OBJECT_get_type returns the type of |obj|, which will be one of the
// |X509_LU_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_OBJECT_get_type(const X509_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_OBJECT_get0_X509 returns |obj| as a certificate, or NULL if |obj| is not
// a certificate.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_OBJECT_get0_X509(const X509_OBJECT *obj);
// X509_STORE_get1_objects returns a newly-allocated stack containing the
// contents of |store|, or NULL on error. The caller must release the result
// with |sk_X509_OBJECT_pop_free| and |X509_OBJECT_free| when done.
//
// The result will include all certificates and CRLs added via
// |X509_STORE_add_cert| and |X509_STORE_add_crl|, as well as any cached objects
// added by |X509_LOOKUP_add_dir|. The last of these may change over time, as
// different objects are loaded from the filesystem. Callers should not depend
// on this caching behavior. The objects are returned in no particular order.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509_OBJECT) *X509_STORE_get1_objects(
X509_STORE *store);
// Certificate verification.
//
// An |X509_STORE_CTX| object represents a single certificate verification
// operation. To verify a certificate chain, callers construct an
// |X509_STORE_CTX|, initialize it with |X509_STORE_CTX_init|, configure extra
// parameters with |X509_STORE_CTX_get0_param|, and call |X509_verify_cert|.
// X509_STORE_CTX_new returns a newly-allocated, empty |X509_STORE_CTX|, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_STORE_CTX *X509_STORE_CTX_new(void);
// X509_STORE_CTX_free releases memory associated with |ctx|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_free(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_init initializes |ctx| to verify |x509|, using trusted
// certificates and parameters in |store|. It returns one on success and zero on
// error. |chain| is a list of untrusted intermediate certificates to use in
// verification.
//
// |ctx| stores pointers to |store|, |x509|, and |chain|. Each of these objects
// must outlive |ctx| and may not be mutated for the duration of the certificate
// verification.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_init(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx, X509_STORE *store,
X509 *x509, STACK_OF(X509) *chain);
// X509_verify_cert performs certifice verification with |ctx|, which must have
// been initialized with |X509_STORE_CTX_init|. It returns one on success and
// zero on error. On success, |X509_STORE_CTX_get0_chain| or
// |X509_STORE_CTX_get1_chain| may be used to return the verified certificate
// chain. On error, |X509_STORE_CTX_get_error| may be used to return additional
// error information.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_verify_cert(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_chain, after a successful |X509_verify_cert| call,
// returns the verified certificate chain. The chain begins with the leaf and
// ends with trust anchor.
//
// At other points, such as after a failed verification or during the deprecated
// verification callback, it returns the partial chain built so far. Callers
// should avoid relying on this as this exposes unstable library implementation
// details.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509) *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_chain(
const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get1_chain behaves like |X509_STORE_CTX_get0_chain| but
// returns a newly-allocated |STACK_OF(X509)| containing the completed chain,
// with each certificate's reference count incremented. Callers must free the
// result with |sk_X509_pop_free| and |X509_free| when done.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509) *X509_STORE_CTX_get1_chain(
const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// The following values are possible outputs of |X509_STORE_CTX_get_error|.
#define X509_V_OK 0
#define X509_V_ERR_UNSPECIFIED 1
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT 2
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_CRL 3
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CERT_SIGNATURE 4
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CRL_SIGNATURE 5
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECODE_ISSUER_PUBLIC_KEY 6
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_SIGNATURE_FAILURE 7
#define X509_V_ERR_CRL_SIGNATURE_FAILURE 8
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_NOT_YET_VALID 9
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_HAS_EXPIRED 10
#define X509_V_ERR_CRL_NOT_YET_VALID 11
#define X509_V_ERR_CRL_HAS_EXPIRED 12
#define X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_BEFORE_FIELD 13
#define X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_AFTER_FIELD 14
#define X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_LAST_UPDATE_FIELD 15
#define X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_NEXT_UPDATE_FIELD 16
#define X509_V_ERR_OUT_OF_MEM 17
#define X509_V_ERR_DEPTH_ZERO_SELF_SIGNED_CERT 18
#define X509_V_ERR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN 19
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT_LOCALLY 20
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_VERIFY_LEAF_SIGNATURE 21
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_CHAIN_TOO_LONG 22
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_REVOKED 23
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_CA 24
#define X509_V_ERR_PATH_LENGTH_EXCEEDED 25
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_PURPOSE 26
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_UNTRUSTED 27
#define X509_V_ERR_CERT_REJECTED 28
#define X509_V_ERR_SUBJECT_ISSUER_MISMATCH 29
#define X509_V_ERR_AKID_SKID_MISMATCH 30
#define X509_V_ERR_AKID_ISSUER_SERIAL_MISMATCH 31
#define X509_V_ERR_KEYUSAGE_NO_CERTSIGN 32
#define X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_CRL_ISSUER 33
#define X509_V_ERR_UNHANDLED_CRITICAL_EXTENSION 34
#define X509_V_ERR_KEYUSAGE_NO_CRL_SIGN 35
#define X509_V_ERR_UNHANDLED_CRITICAL_CRL_EXTENSION 36
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_NON_CA 37
#define X509_V_ERR_PROXY_PATH_LENGTH_EXCEEDED 38
#define X509_V_ERR_KEYUSAGE_NO_DIGITAL_SIGNATURE 39
#define X509_V_ERR_PROXY_CERTIFICATES_NOT_ALLOWED 40
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_EXTENSION 41
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_POLICY_EXTENSION 42
#define X509_V_ERR_NO_EXPLICIT_POLICY 43
#define X509_V_ERR_DIFFERENT_CRL_SCOPE 44
#define X509_V_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_EXTENSION_FEATURE 45
#define X509_V_ERR_UNNESTED_RESOURCE 46
#define X509_V_ERR_PERMITTED_VIOLATION 47
#define X509_V_ERR_EXCLUDED_VIOLATION 48
#define X509_V_ERR_SUBTREE_MINMAX 49
#define X509_V_ERR_APPLICATION_VERIFICATION 50
#define X509_V_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_CONSTRAINT_TYPE 51
#define X509_V_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_CONSTRAINT_SYNTAX 52
#define X509_V_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_NAME_SYNTAX 53
#define X509_V_ERR_CRL_PATH_VALIDATION_ERROR 54
#define X509_V_ERR_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH 62
#define X509_V_ERR_EMAIL_MISMATCH 63
#define X509_V_ERR_IP_ADDRESS_MISMATCH 64
#define X509_V_ERR_INVALID_CALL 65
#define X509_V_ERR_STORE_LOOKUP 66
#define X509_V_ERR_NAME_CONSTRAINTS_WITHOUT_SANS 67
// X509_STORE_CTX_get_error, after |X509_verify_cert| returns, returns
// |X509_V_OK| if verification succeeded or an |X509_V_ERR_*| describing why
// verification failed. This will be consistent with |X509_verify_cert|'s return
// value, unless the caller used the deprecated verification callback (see
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set_verify_cb|) in a way that breaks |ctx|'s invariants.
//
// If called during the deprecated verification callback when |ok| is zero, it
// returns the current error under consideration.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_get_error(const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_error sets |ctx|'s error to |err|, which should be
// |X509_V_OK| or an |X509_V_ERR_*| constant. It is not expected to be called in
// typical |X509_STORE_CTX| usage, but may be used in callback APIs where
// applications synthesize |X509_STORE_CTX| error conditions. See also
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set_verify_cb| and |SSL_CTX_set_cert_verify_callback|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set_error(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx, int err);
// X509_verify_cert_error_string returns |err| as a human-readable string, where
// |err| should be one of the |X509_V_*| values. If |err| is unknown, it returns
// a default description.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const char *X509_verify_cert_error_string(long err);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get_error_depth returns the depth at which the error returned
// by |X509_STORE_CTX_get_error| occured. This is zero-indexed integer into the
// certificate chain. Zero indicates the target certificate, one its issuer, and
// so on.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_get_error_depth(const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get_current_cert returns the certificate which caused the
// error returned by |X509_STORE_CTX_get_error|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_STORE_CTX_get_current_cert(const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_current_crl returns the CRL which caused the error
// returned by |X509_STORE_CTX_get_error|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_CRL *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_current_crl(
const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_store returns the |X509_STORE| that |ctx| uses.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_STORE *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_store(const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_cert returns the leaf certificate that |ctx| is
// verifying.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509 *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_cert(const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_untrusted returns the stack of untrusted intermediates
// used by |ctx| for certificate verification.
OPENSSL_EXPORT STACK_OF(X509) *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_untrusted(
const X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set0_trusted_stack configures |ctx| to trust the certificates
// in |sk|. |sk| must remain valid for the duration of |ctx|. Calling this
// function causes |ctx| to ignore any certificates configured in the
// |X509_STORE|. Certificates in |sk| are still subject to the check described
// in |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust|.
//
// WARNING: This function differs from most |set0| functions in that it does not
// take ownership of its input. The caller is required to ensure the lifetimes
// are consistent.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set0_trusted_stack(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
STACK_OF(X509) *sk);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set0_crls configures |ctx| to consider the CRLs in |sk| as
// candidates for CRL lookup. |sk| must remain valid for the duration of |ctx|.
// These CRLs are considered in addition to CRLs found in |X509_STORE|.
//
// WARNING: This function differs from most |set0| functions in that it does not
// take ownership of its input. The caller is required to ensure the lifetimes
// are consistent.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set0_crls(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
STACK_OF(X509_CRL) *sk);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_default looks up the set of parameters named |name| and
// applies those default verification parameters for |ctx|. As in
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_inherit|, only unset parameters are changed. This function
// returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// The supported values of |name| are:
// - "default" is an internal value which configures some late defaults. See the
// discussion in |X509_STORE_get0_param|.
// - "pkcs7" configures default trust and purpose checks for PKCS#7 signatures.
// - "smime_sign" configures trust and purpose checks for S/MIME signatures.
// - "ssl_client" configures trust and purpose checks for TLS clients.
// - "ssl_server" configures trust and purpose checks for TLS servers.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/441): Make "default" a no-op.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_set_default(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
const char *name);
// X509_STORE_CTX_get0_param returns |ctx|'s verification parameters. This
// object is mutable and may be modified by the caller.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_VERIFY_PARAM *X509_STORE_CTX_get0_param(
X509_STORE_CTX *ctx);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set0_param returns |ctx|'s verification parameters to |param|
// and takes ownership of |param|. After this function returns, the caller
// should not free |param|.
//
// WARNING: This function discards any values which were previously applied in
// |ctx|, including the "default" parameters applied late in
// |X509_STORE_CTX_init|. These late defaults are not applied to parameters
// created standalone by |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_new|.
//
// TODO(crbug.com/boringssl/441): This behavior is very surprising. Should we
// re-apply the late defaults in |param|, or somehow avoid this notion of late
// defaults altogether?
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set0_param(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_flags enables all values in |flags| in |ctx|'s
// verification flags. |flags| should be a combination of |X509_V_FLAG_*|
// constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set_flags(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
unsigned long flags);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_time configures certificate verification to use |t|
// instead of the current time. |flags| is ignored and should be zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set_time(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
unsigned long flags, time_t t);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_time_posix configures certificate verification to use |t|
// instead of the current time. |t| is interpreted as a POSIX timestamp in
// seconds. |flags| is ignored and should be zero.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set_time_posix(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx,
unsigned long flags,
int64_t t);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_depth configures |ctx| to, by default, limit certificate
// chains to |depth| intermediate certificates. This count excludes both the
// target certificate and the trust anchor (root certificate).
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_STORE_CTX_set_depth(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx, int depth);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_purpose simultaneously configures |ctx|'s purpose and
// trust checks, if unset. It returns one on success and zero if |purpose| is
// not a valid purpose value. |purpose| should be an |X509_PURPOSE_*| constant.
// If so, it configures |ctx| with a purpose check of |purpose| and a trust
// check of |purpose|'s corresponding trust value. If either the purpose or
// trust check had already been specified for |ctx|, that corresponding
// modification is silently dropped.
//
// See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose| and |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for
// details on the purpose and trust checks, respectively.
//
// If |purpose| is |X509_PURPOSE_ANY|, this function returns an error because it
// has no corresponding |X509_TRUST_*| value. It is not possible to set
// |X509_PURPOSE_ANY| with this function, only |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose|.
//
// WARNING: Unlike similarly named functions in this header, this function
// silently does not behave the same as |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose|. Callers
// may use |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose| with |X509_STORE_CTX_get0_param| to
// avoid this difference.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_set_purpose(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx, int purpose);
// X509_STORE_CTX_set_trust configures |ctx|'s trust check, if unset. It returns
// one on success and zero if |trust| is not a valid trust value. |trust| should
// be an |X509_TRUST_*| constant. If so, it configures |ctx| with a trust check
// of |trust|. If the trust check had already been specified for |ctx|, it
// silently does nothing.
//
// See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for details on the purpose and trust check.
//
// WARNING: Unlike similarly named functions in this header, this function
// does not behave the same as |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust|. Callers may use
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| with |X509_STORE_CTX_get0_param| to avoid this
// difference.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_STORE_CTX_set_trust(X509_STORE_CTX *ctx, int trust);
// Verification parameters.
//
// An |X509_VERIFY_PARAM| contains a set of parameters for certificate
// verification.
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_new returns a newly-allocated |X509_VERIFY_PARAM|, or NULL
// on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT X509_VERIFY_PARAM *X509_VERIFY_PARAM_new(void);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_free releases memory associated with |param|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_VERIFY_PARAM_free(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_inherit applies |from| as the default values for |to|. That
// is, for each parameter that is unset in |to|, it copies the value in |from|.
// This function returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_inherit(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *to,
const X509_VERIFY_PARAM *from);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1 copies parameters from |from| to |to|. If a parameter
// is unset in |from|, the existing value in |to| is preserved. This function
// returns one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *to,
const X509_VERIFY_PARAM *from);
// X509_V_FLAG_* are flags for |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_flags| and
// |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_clear_flags|.
// X509_V_FLAG_CB_ISSUER_CHECK causes the deprecated verify callback (see
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set_verify_cb|) to be called for errors while matching
// subject and issuer certificates.
#define X509_V_FLAG_CB_ISSUER_CHECK 0x1
// X509_V_FLAG_USE_CHECK_TIME is an internal flag used to track whether
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set_time| has been used. If cleared, the system time is
// restored.
#define X509_V_FLAG_USE_CHECK_TIME 0x2
// X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK enables CRL lookup and checking for the leaf.
#define X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK 0x4
// X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK_ALL enables CRL lookup and checking for the entire
// certificate chain. |X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK| must be set for this flag to take
// effect.
#define X509_V_FLAG_CRL_CHECK_ALL 0x8
// X509_V_FLAG_IGNORE_CRITICAL ignores unhandled critical extensions. Do not use
// this option. Critical extensions ensure the verifier does not bypass
// unrecognized security restrictions in certificates.
#define X509_V_FLAG_IGNORE_CRITICAL 0x10
// X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT does nothing. Its functionality has been enabled by
// default.
#define X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT 0x00
// X509_V_FLAG_ALLOW_PROXY_CERTS does nothing. Proxy certificate support has
// been removed.
#define X509_V_FLAG_ALLOW_PROXY_CERTS 0x40
// X509_V_FLAG_POLICY_CHECK does nothing. Policy checking is always enabled.
#define X509_V_FLAG_POLICY_CHECK 0x80
// X509_V_FLAG_EXPLICIT_POLICY requires some policy OID to be asserted by the
// final certificate chain. See initial-explicit-policy from RFC 5280,
// section 6.1.1.
#define X509_V_FLAG_EXPLICIT_POLICY 0x100
// X509_V_FLAG_INHIBIT_ANY inhibits the anyPolicy OID. See
// initial-any-policy-inhibit from RFC 5280, section 6.1.1.
#define X509_V_FLAG_INHIBIT_ANY 0x200
// X509_V_FLAG_INHIBIT_MAP inhibits policy mapping. See
// initial-policy-mapping-inhibit from RFC 5280, section 6.1.1.
#define X509_V_FLAG_INHIBIT_MAP 0x400
// X509_V_FLAG_NOTIFY_POLICY does nothing. Its functionality has been removed.
#define X509_V_FLAG_NOTIFY_POLICY 0x800
// X509_V_FLAG_EXTENDED_CRL_SUPPORT causes all verifications to fail. Extended
// CRL features have been removed.
#define X509_V_FLAG_EXTENDED_CRL_SUPPORT 0x1000
// X509_V_FLAG_USE_DELTAS causes all verifications to fail. Delta CRL support
// has been removed.
#define X509_V_FLAG_USE_DELTAS 0x2000
// X509_V_FLAG_CHECK_SS_SIGNATURE checks the redundant signature on self-signed
// trust anchors. This check provides no security benefit and only wastes CPU.
#define X509_V_FLAG_CHECK_SS_SIGNATURE 0x4000
// X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST, during path-building, checks for a match in the
// trust store before considering an untrusted intermediate. This flag is
// enabled by default.
#define X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST 0x8000
// X509_V_FLAG_PARTIAL_CHAIN treats all trusted certificates as trust anchors,
// independent of the |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| setting.
#define X509_V_FLAG_PARTIAL_CHAIN 0x80000
// X509_V_FLAG_NO_ALT_CHAINS disables building alternative chains if the initial
// one was rejected.
#define X509_V_FLAG_NO_ALT_CHAINS 0x100000
// X509_V_FLAG_NO_CHECK_TIME disables all time checks in certificate
// verification.
#define X509_V_FLAG_NO_CHECK_TIME 0x200000
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_flags enables all values in |flags| in |param|'s
// verification flags and returns one. |flags| should be a combination of
// |X509_V_FLAG_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_flags(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
unsigned long flags);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_clear_flags disables all values in |flags| in |param|'s
// verification flags and returns one. |flags| should be a combination of
// |X509_V_FLAG_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_clear_flags(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
unsigned long flags);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_get_flags returns |param|'s verification flags.
OPENSSL_EXPORT unsigned long X509_VERIFY_PARAM_get_flags(
const X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_depth configures |param| to limit certificate chains to
// |depth| intermediate certificates. This count excludes both the target
// certificate and the trust anchor (root certificate).
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_depth(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
int depth);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_get_depth returns the maximum depth configured in |param|.
// See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_depth|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_get_depth(const X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_time configures certificate verification to use |t|
// instead of the current time.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_time(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
time_t t);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_time_posix configures certificate verification to use
// |t| instead of the current time. |t| is interpreted as a POSIX timestamp in
// seconds.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_time_posix(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
int64_t t);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_add0_policy adds |policy| to the user-initial-policy-set
// (see Section 6.1.1 of RFC 5280). On success, it takes ownership of
// |policy| and returns one. Otherwise, it returns zero and the caller retains
// owneship of |policy|.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_add0_policy(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
ASN1_OBJECT *policy);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_policies sets the user-initial-policy-set (see
// Section 6.1.1 of RFC 5280) to a copy of |policies|. It returns one on success
// and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_policies(
X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param, const STACK_OF(ASN1_OBJECT) *policies);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_host configures |param| to check for the DNS name
// specified by |name|. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// By default, both subject alternative names and the subject's common name
// attribute are checked. The latter has long been deprecated, so callers should
// call |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_hostflags| with
// |X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT| to use the standard behavior.
// https://crbug.com/boringssl/464 tracks fixing the default.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_host(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
const char *name,
size_t name_len);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_add1_host adds |name| to the list of names checked by
// |param|. If any configured DNS name matches the certificate, verification
// succeeds. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// By default, both subject alternative names and the subject's common name
// attribute are checked. The latter has long been deprecated, so callers should
// call |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_hostflags| with
// |X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT| to use the standard behavior.
// https://crbug.com/boringssl/464 tracks fixing the default.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_add1_host(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
const char *name,
size_t name_len);
// X509_CHECK_FLAG_NO_WILDCARDS disables wildcard matching for DNS names.
#define X509_CHECK_FLAG_NO_WILDCARDS 0x2
// X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT disables the subject fallback, normally
// enabled when subjectAltNames is missing.
#define X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT 0x20
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_hostflags sets the name-checking flags on |param| to
// |flags|. |flags| should be a combination of |X509_CHECK_FLAG_*| constants.
OPENSSL_EXPORT void X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_hostflags(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
unsigned int flags);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_email configures |param| to check for the email
// address specified by |email|. It returns one on success and zero on error.
//
// By default, both subject alternative names and the subject's email address
// attribute are checked. The |X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT| flag may be
// used to change this behavior.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_email(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
const char *email,
size_t email_len);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip configures |param| to check for the IP address
// specified by |ip|. It returns one on success and zero on error. The IP
// address is specified in its binary representation. |ip_len| must be 4 for an
// IPv4 address and 16 for an IPv6 address.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
const uint8_t *ip, size_t ip_len);
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip_asc decodes |ipasc| as the ASCII representation of
// an IPv4 or IPv6 address, and configures |param| to check for it. It returns
// one on success and zero on error.
OPENSSL_EXPORT int X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip_asc(X509_VERIFY_PARAM *param,
const char *ipasc);
// X509_PURPOSE_SSL_CLIENT validates TLS client certificates. It checks for the
// id-kp-clientAuth EKU and one of digitalSignature or keyAgreement key usages.
// The TLS library is expected to check for the key usage specific to the
// negotiated TLS parameters.
#define X509_PURPOSE_SSL_CLIENT 1
// X509_PURPOSE_SSL_SERVER validates TLS server certificates. It checks for the
// id-kp-clientAuth EKU and one of digitalSignature, keyAgreement, or
// keyEncipherment key usages. The TLS library is expected to check for the key
// usage specific to the negotiated TLS parameters.
#define X509_PURPOSE_SSL_SERVER 2
// X509_PURPOSE_NS_SSL_SERVER is a legacy mode. It behaves like
// |X509_PURPOSE_SSL_SERVER|, but only accepts the keyEncipherment key usage,
// used by SSL 2.0 and RSA key exchange. Do not use this.
#define X509_PURPOSE_NS_SSL_SERVER 3
// X509_PURPOSE_SMIME_SIGN validates S/MIME signing certificates. It checks for
// the id-kp-emailProtection EKU and one of digitalSignature or nonRepudiation
// key usages.
#define X509_PURPOSE_SMIME_SIGN 4
// X509_PURPOSE_SMIME_ENCRYPT validates S/MIME encryption certificates. It
// checks for the id-kp-emailProtection EKU and keyEncipherment key usage.
#define X509_PURPOSE_SMIME_ENCRYPT 5
// X509_PURPOSE_CRL_SIGN validates indirect CRL signers. It checks for the
// cRLSign key usage. BoringSSL does not support indirect CRLs and does not use
// this mode.
#define X509_PURPOSE_CRL_SIGN 6
// X509_PURPOSE_ANY performs no EKU or key usage checks. Such checks are the
// responsibility of the caller.
#define X509_PURPOSE_ANY 7
// X509_PURPOSE_OCSP_HELPER performs no EKU or key usage checks. It was
// historically used in OpenSSL's OCSP implementation, which left those checks
// to the OCSP implementation itself.
#define X509_PURPOSE_OCSP_HELPER 8
// X509_PURPOSE_TIMESTAMP_SIGN validates Time Stamping Authority (RFC 3161)
// certificates. It checks for the id-kp-timeStamping EKU and one of
// digitalSignature or nonRepudiation key usages. It additionally checks that
// the EKU extension is critical and that no other EKUs or key usages are
// asserted.
#define X509_PURPOSE_TIMESTAMP_SIGN 9
// X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_purpose configures |param| to validate certificates for
// a specified purpose. It returns one on success and zero if |purpose| is not a
// valid purpose type. |purpose| should be one of the |X509_PURPOSE_*| values.
//
// This option controls checking the extended key usage (EKU) and key usage
// extensions. These extensions specify how a certificate's public key may be
// used and are important to avoid cross-protocol attacks, particularly in PKIs
// that may issue certificates for multiple protocols, or for protocols that use
// keys in multiple ways. If not configured, these security checks are the
// caller's responsibility.
//
// This library applies the EKU checks to all untrusted intermediates. Although
// not defined in RFC 5280, this matches widely-deployed practice. It also does
// not accept anyExtendedKeyUsage.
//
// Many purpose values have a corresponding trust value, which is not configured
// by this function. See |X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_trust| for details. Callers
// that wish to configure both should either call both functions, or use
// |X509_STORE_CTX_set_purpose|.
//
// It is currently not possible to configure custom EKU OIDs or key usage bits.
// Contact the BoringSSL maintainers if your application needs to do so. OpenSSL