lib/crmf/crmffut.h
author Franziskus Kiefer <franziskuskiefer@gmail.com>
Wed, 07 Jun 2017 09:18:21 +0200
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/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */

/*
 * These functions to be implemented in the future if the features
 * which these functions would implement wind up being needed.
 */

/*
 * Use this function to create the CRMFSinglePubInfo* variables that will
 * populate the inPubInfoArray parameter for the function
 * CRMF_CreatePKIPublicationInfo.
 *
 * "inPubMethod" specifies which publication method will be used
 * "pubLocation" is a representation of the location where
 */
extern CRMFSinglePubInfo *
CRMF_CreateSinglePubInfo(CRMFPublicationMethod inPubMethod,
                         CRMFGeneralName *pubLocation);

/*
 * Create a PKIPublicationInfo that can later be passed to the function
 * CRMFAddPubInfoControl.
 */
extern CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *
CRMF_CreatePKIPublicationInfo(CRMFPublicationAction inAction,
                              CRMFSinglePubInfo **inPubInfoArray,
                              int numPubInfo);

/*
 * Only call this function on a CRMFPublicationInfo that was created by
 * CRMF_CreatePKIPublicationInfo that was passed in NULL for arena.
 */

extern SECStatus
CRMF_DestroyPKIPublicationInfo(CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo);

extern SECStatus CRMF_AddPubInfoControl(CRMFCertRequest *inCertReq,
                                        CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * This is to create a Cert ID Control which can later be added to
 * a certificate request.
 */
extern CRMFCertID *CRMF_CreateCertID(CRMFGeneralName *issuer,
                                     long serialNumber);

extern SECStatus CRMF_DestroyCertID(CRMFCertID *certID);

extern SECStatus CRMF_AddCertIDControl(CRMFCertRequest *inCertReq,
                                       CRMFCertID *certID);

extern SECStatus
CRMF_AddProtocolEncryptioKeyControl(CRMFCertRequest *inCertReq,
                                    CERTSubjectPublicKeyInfo *spki);

/*
 * Add the ASCII Pairs Registration Info to the Certificate Request.
 * The SECItem must be an OCTET string representation.
 */
extern SECStatus
CRMF_AddUTF8PairsRegInfo(CRMFCertRequest *inCertReq,
                         SECItem *asciiPairs);

/*
 * This takes a CertRequest and adds it to another CertRequest.
 */
extern SECStatus
CRMF_AddCertReqToRegInfo(CRMFCertRequest *certReqToAddTo,
                         CRMFCertRequest *certReqBeingAdded);

/*
 * Returns which option was used for the authInfo field of POPOSigningKeyInput
 */
extern CRMFPOPOSkiInputAuthChoice
CRMF_GetSignKeyInputAuthChoice(CRMFPOPOSigningKeyInput *inKeyInput);

/*
 * Gets the PKMACValue associated with the POPOSigningKeyInput.
 * If the POPOSigningKeyInput did not use authInfo.publicKeyMAC
 * the function returns SECFailure and the value at *destValue is unchanged.
 *
 * If the POPOSigningKeyInput did use authInfo.publicKeyMAC, the function
 * returns SECSuccess and places the PKMACValue at *destValue.
 */
extern SECStatus
CRMF_GetSignKeyInputPKMACValue(CRMFPOPOSigningKeyInput *inKeyInput,
                               CRMFPKMACValue **destValue);
/*
 * Gets the SubjectPublicKeyInfo from the POPOSigningKeyInput
 */
extern CERTSubjectPublicKeyInfo *
CRMF_GetSignKeyInputPublicKey(CRMFPOPOSigningKeyInput *inKeyInput);

/*
 * Return the value for the PKIPublicationInfo Control.
 * A return value of NULL indicates that the Control was
 * not a PKIPublicationInfo Control.  Call
 * CRMF_DestroyPKIPublicationInfo on the return value when done
 * using the pointer.
 */
extern CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *CRMF_GetPKIPubInfo(CRMFControl *inControl);

/*
 * Free up a CRMFPKIPublicationInfo structure.
 */
extern SECStatus
CRMF_DestroyPKIPublicationInfo(CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the choice used for action in this PKIPublicationInfo.
 */
extern CRMFPublicationAction
CRMF_GetPublicationAction(CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the number of pubInfos are stored in the PKIPubicationInfo.
 */
extern int CRMF_GetNumPubInfos(CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the pubInfo at index for the given PKIPubicationInfo.
 * Indexing is done like a traditional C Array. (0 .. numElements-1)
 */
extern CRMFSinglePubInfo *
CRMF_GetPubInfoAtIndex(CRMFPKIPublicationInfo *inPubInfo,
                       int index);

/*
 * Destroy the CRMFSinglePubInfo.
 */
extern SECStatus CRMF_DestroySinglePubInfo(CRMFSinglePubInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the pubMethod used by the SinglePubInfo.
 */
extern CRMFPublicationMethod
CRMF_GetPublicationMethod(CRMFSinglePubInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the pubLocation associated with the SinglePubInfo.
 * A NULL return value indicates there was no pubLocation associated
 * with the SinglePuInfo.
 */
extern CRMFGeneralName *CRMF_GetPubLocation(CRMFSinglePubInfo *inPubInfo);

/*
 * Get the authInfo.sender field out of the POPOSigningKeyInput.
 * If the POPOSigningKeyInput did not use the authInfo the function
 * returns SECFailure and the value at *destName is unchanged.
 *
 * If the POPOSigningKeyInput did use authInfo.sender, the function returns
 * SECSuccess and puts the authInfo.sender at *destName/
 */
extern SECStatus CRMF_GetSignKeyInputSender(CRMFPOPOSigningKeyInput *keyInput,
                                            CRMFGeneralName **destName);

/**************** CMMF Functions that need to be added. **********************/

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_POPODecKeyChallContentSetNextChallenge
 * INPUTS:
 *    inDecKeyChall
 *        The CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent to operate on.
 *    inRandom
 *        The random number to use when generating the challenge,
 *    inSender
 *        The GeneralName representation of the sender of the challenge.
 *    inPubKey
 *        The public key to use when encrypting the challenge.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function adds a challenge to the end of the list of challenges
 *    contained by 'inDecKeyChall'.  Refer to the CMMF draft on how the
 *    the random number passed in and the sender's GeneralName are used
 *    to generate the challenge and witness fields of the challenge.  This
 *    library will use SHA1 as the one-way function for generating the
 *    witess field of the challenge.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess if generating the challenge and adding to the end of list
 *    of challenges was successful.  Any other return value indicates an error
 *    while trying to generate the challenge.
 */
extern SECStatus
CMMF_POPODecKeyChallContentSetNextChallenge(CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent *inDecKeyChall,
                                            long inRandom,
                                            CERTGeneralName *inSender,
                                            SECKEYPublicKey *inPubKey);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_POPODecKeyChallContentGetNumChallenges
 * INPUTS:
 *    inKeyChallCont
 *        The CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent to operate on.
 * RETURN:
 *    This function returns the number of CMMFChallenges are contained in
 *    the CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent structure.
 */
extern int CMMF_POPODecKeyChallContentGetNumChallenges(CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent *inKeyChallCont);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_ChallengeGetRandomNumber
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        The CMMFChallenge to operate on.
 *    inDest
 *        A pointer to a user supplied buffer where the library
 *        can place a copy of the random integer contatained in the
 *        challenge.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function returns the value held in the decrypted Rand structure
 *    corresponding to the random integer.  The user must call
 *    CMMF_ChallengeDecryptWitness before calling this function.  Call
 *    CMMF_ChallengeIsDecrypted to find out if the challenge has been
 *    decrypted.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess indicates the witness field has been previously decrypted
 *    and the value for the random integer was successfully placed at *inDest.
 *    Any other return value indicates an error and that the value at *inDest
 *    is not a valid value.
 */
extern SECStatus CMMF_ChallengeGetRandomNumber(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge,
                                               long *inDest);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_ChallengeGetSender
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        the CMMFChallenge to operate on.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function returns the value held in the decrypted Rand structure
 *    corresponding to the sender.  The user must call
 *    CMMF_ChallengeDecryptWitness before calling this function.  Call
 *    CMMF_ChallengeIsDecrypted to find out if the witness field has been
 *    decrypted.  The user must call CERT_DestroyGeneralName after the return
 *    value is no longer needed.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    A pointer to a copy of the sender CERTGeneralName.  A return value of
 *    NULL indicates an error in trying to copy the information or that the
 *    witness field has not been decrypted.
 */
extern CERTGeneralName *CMMF_ChallengeGetSender(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_ChallengeGetAlgId
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        The CMMFChallenge to operate on.
 *    inDestAlgId
 *        A pointer to memory where a pointer to a copy of the algorithm
 *        id can be placed.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function retrieves the one way function algorithm identifier
 *    contained within the CMMFChallenge if the optional field is present.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSucces indicates the function was able to place a pointer to a copy of
 *    the alogrithm id at *inAlgId.  If the value at *inDestAlgId is NULL,
 *    that means there was no algorithm identifier present in the
 *    CMMFChallenge.  Any other return value indicates the function was not
 *    able to make a copy of the algorithm identifier.  In this case the value
 *    at *inDestAlgId is not valid.
 */
extern SECStatus CMMF_ChallengeGetAlgId(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge,
                                        SECAlgorithmID *inAlgId);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_DestroyChallenge
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        The CMMFChallenge to free up.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function frees up all the memory associated with the CMMFChallenge
 *    passed in.
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess if freeing all the memory associated with the CMMFChallenge
 *    passed in is successful.  Any other return value indicates an error
 *    while freeing the memory.
 */
extern SECStatus CMMF_DestroyChallenge(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_DestroyPOPODecKeyRespContent
 * INPUTS:
 *    inDecKeyResp
 *        The CMMFPOPODecKeyRespContent structure to free.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function frees up all the memory associate with the
 *    CMMFPOPODecKeyRespContent.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess if freeint up all the memory associated with the
 *    CMMFPOPODecKeyRespContent structure is successful.  Any other
 *    return value indicates an error while freeing the memory.
 */
extern SECStatus
CMMF_DestroyPOPODecKeyRespContent(CMMFPOPODecKeyRespContent *inDecKeyResp);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_ChallengeDecryptWitness
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        The CMMFChallenge to operate on.
 *    inPrivKey
 *        The private key to use to decrypt the witness field.
 * NOTES:
 *    This function uses the private key to decrypt the challenge field
 *    contained in the CMMFChallenge.  Make sure the private key matches the
 *    public key that was used to encrypt the witness.  The creator of
 *    the challenge will most likely be an RA that has the public key
 *    from a Cert request.  So the private key should be the private key
 *    associated with public key in that request.  This function will also
 *    verify the witness field of the challenge.
 *
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess if decrypting the witness field was successful.  This does
 *    not indicate that the decrypted data is valid, since the private key
 *    passed in may not be the actual key needed to properly decrypt the
 *    witness field.  Meaning that there is a decrypted structure now, but
 *    may be garbage because the private key was incorrect.
 *    Any other return value indicates the function could not complete the
 *    decryption process.
 */
extern SECStatus CMMF_ChallengeDecryptWitness(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge,
                                              SECKEYPrivateKey *inPrivKey);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_ChallengeIsDecrypted
 * INPUTS:
 *    inChallenge
 *        The CMMFChallenge to operate on.
 * RETURN:
 *    This is a predicate function that returns PR_TRUE if the decryption
 *    process has already been performed.  The function return PR_FALSE if
 *    the decryption process has not been performed yet.
 */
extern PRBool CMMF_ChallengeIsDecrypted(CMMFChallenge *inChallenge);

/*
 * FUNCTION: CMMF_DestroyPOPODecKeyChallContent
 * INPUTS:
 *    inDecKeyCont
 *        The CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent to free
 * NOTES:
 *    This function frees up all the memory associated with the
 *    CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent
 * RETURN:
 *    SECSuccess if freeing up all the memory associatd with the
 *    CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent is successful.  Any other return value
 *    indicates an error while freeing the memory.
 *
 */
extern SECStatus
CMMF_DestroyPOPODecKeyChallContent(CMMFPOPODecKeyChallContent *inDecKeyCont);