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// Copyright (C) 2010 David Sugar, Tycho Softworks.
//
// This file is part of GNU uCommon C++.
//
// GNU uCommon C++ is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published
// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
// (at your option) any later version.
//
// GNU uCommon C++ is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
// GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
//
// You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
// along with GNU uCommon C++. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
/**
* This library holds basic crytographic functions and secure socket support
* for use with GNU uCommon C++. This library might be used in conjunction
* with openssl, gnutls, etc. If no secure socket library is available, then
* a stub library may be used with very basic cryptographic support.
* @file ucommon/secure.h
*/
/**
* Example of SSL socket code.
* @example ssl.cpp
*/
/**
* Example of crytographic digest code.
* @example digest.cpp
*/
/**
* Example of cipher code.
* @example cipher.cpp
*/
#ifndef _UCOMMON_SECURE_H_
#define _UCOMMON_SECURE_H_
#ifndef _UCOMMON_CONFIG_H_
#include <ucommon/platform.h>
#endif
#ifndef _UCOMMON_UCOMMON_H_
#include <ucommon/ucommon.h>
#endif
#define MAX_CIPHER_KEYSIZE 512
#define MAX_DIGEST_HASHSIZE 512
NAMESPACE_UCOMMON
/**
* Common secure socket support. This offers common routines needed for
* secure/ssl socket support code.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT secure
{
public:
/**
* Different error states of the security context.
*/
typedef enum {OK=0, INVALID, MISSING_CERTIFICATE, MISSING_PRIVATEKEY, INVALID_CERTIFICATE, INVALID_AUTHORITY, INVALID_PEERNAME, INVALID_CIPHER} error_t;
protected:
/**
* Last error flagged for this context.
*/
error_t error;
inline secure() {error = OK;};
public:
/**
* This is derived in different back-end libraries, and will be used to
* clear certificate credentials.
*/
virtual ~secure();
/**
* Convenience type to represent a security context.
*/
typedef secure *context_t;
/**
* Convenience type to represent a secure socket session.
*/
typedef void *session_t;
/**
* Covenience type to represent a secure socket buf i/o stream.
*/
typedef void *bufio_t;
/**
* Initialize secure stack for first use, and report if SSL support is
* compiled in. This allows a program name to be passed, which may be
* used for some proxy systems.
* @param program name we are initializing for.
* @return true if ssl support is available, false if not.
*/
static bool init(const char *program = NULL);
/**
* Verify a certificate chain through your certificate authority.
* This uses the ca loaded as an optional argument for client and
* server. Optionally the hostname of the connection can also be
* verified by pulling the peer certificate.
* @param session that is connected.
* @param peername that we expect.
* @return secure error level or secure::OK if none.
*/
static error_t verify(session_t session, const char *peername = NULL);
/**
* Create a sever context. The certificate file used will be based on
* the init() method name. This may often be /etc/ssl/certs/initname.pem.
* Similarly, a matching private key certificate will also be loaded. An
* optional certificate authority document can be used when we are
* establishing a service which ssl clients have their own certificates.
* @param authority path to use or NULL if none.
* @return a security context that is cast from derived library.
*/
static context_t server(const char *authority = NULL);
/**
* Create an anonymous client context with an optional authority to
* validate.
* @param authority path to use or NULL if none.
* @return a basic client security context.
*/
static context_t client(const char *authority = NULL);
/**
* Create a peer user client context. This assumes a user certificate
* in ~/.ssl/certs and the user private key in ~/.ssl/private. The
* path to an authority is also sent.
* @param authority path to use.
*/
static context_t user(const char *authority);
/**
* Assign a non-default cipher to the context.
* @param context to set cipher for.
* @param ciphers to set.
*/
static void cipher(context_t context, const char *ciphers);
/**
* Determine if the current security context is valid.
* @return true if valid, -1 if not.
*/
inline bool is(void)
{return error == OK;};
/**
* Get last error code associated with the security context.
* @return last error code or 0/OK if none.
*/
inline error_t err(void)
{return error;};
};
/**
* Secure socket class. This is used to create ssl socket connections
* for both clients and servers. The use depends in part on the type of
* context created and passed at construction time. If no context is
* passed (NULL), then this reverts to TCPSocket behavior.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT SSocket : public TCPSocket
{
protected:
secure::session_t ssl;
secure::bufio_t bio;
bool verify;
public:
SSocket(const char *service, secure::context_t context);
SSocket(TCPServer *server, secure::context_t context, size_t size = 536);
~SSocket();
/**
* Connect a ssl client session to a specific host uri. If the socket
* was already connected, it is automatically closed first.
* @param host and optional :port we are connecting to.
* @param size of buffer and tcp fragments.
*/
void open(const char *host, size_t size = 536);
void open(TCPServer *server, size_t size = 536);
void close(void);
bool flush(void);
void release(void);
size_t _push(const char *address, size_t size);
size_t _pull(char *address, size_t size);
bool issecure(void)
{return bio != NULL;};
};
/**
* A generic data ciphering class. This is used to construct crytographic
* ciphers to encode and decode data as needed. The cipher type is specified
* by the key object. This class can be used to send output streaming to
* memory or in a fixed size buffer. If the latter is used, a push() method
* is called through a virtual when the buffer is full. Since block ciphers
* are used, buffers should be aligned to the block size.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT Cipher
{
public:
typedef enum {ENCRYPT = 1, DECRYPT = 0} mode_t;
/**
* Cipher key formed by hash algorithm. This can generate both a
* key and iv table based on the algorithms used and required. Normally
* it is used from a pass-phrase, though any block of data may be
* supplied.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT Key
{
private:
friend class Cipher;
const void *algotype;
const void *hashtype;
// assume 512 bit cipher keys possible...
unsigned char keybuf[MAX_CIPHER_KEYSIZE / 8], ivbuf[MAX_CIPHER_KEYSIZE / 8];
// generated keysize
unsigned keysize, blksize;
public:
Key(const char *cipher, const char *digest, const char *text, size_t size = 0, const unsigned char *salt = NULL, unsigned rounds = 1);
Key();
inline unsigned size(void)
{return keysize;};
inline unsigned iosize(void)
{return blksize;};
};
typedef Key *key_t;
private:
Key keys;
size_t bufsize, bufpos;
mode_t bufmode;
unsigned char *bufaddr;
void *context;
protected:
virtual void push(unsigned char *address, size_t size);
void release(void);
public:
Cipher();
Cipher(key_t key, mode_t mode, unsigned char *address, size_t size = 0);
~Cipher();
void set(key_t key, mode_t mode, unsigned char *address, size_t size = 0);
size_t flush(void);
size_t put(const unsigned char *data, size_t size);
size_t puts(const char *str);
inline size_t size(void)
{return bufsize;};
inline size_t pos(void)
{return bufpos;};
size_t alignment(void);
};
/**
* A crytographic digest class. This class can support md5 digests, sha1,
* sha256, etc, depending on what the underlying library supports. The
* hash class accumulates the hash in the object.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT Digest
{
private:
void *context;
const void *hashtype;
unsigned bufsize;
unsigned char buffer[MAX_DIGEST_HASHSIZE / 8];
char text[MAX_DIGEST_HASHSIZE / 8 + 1];
protected:
void release(void);
public:
Digest(const char *type);
Digest();
~Digest();
inline bool puts(const char *str)
{return put(str, strlen(str));};
bool put(const void *memory, size_t size);
inline unsigned size() const
{return bufsize;};
const unsigned char *get(void);
const char *c_str(void);
void set(const char *id);
inline void operator=(const char *id)
{set(id);};
inline bool operator *=(const char *text)
{return puts(text);};
inline bool operator +=(const char *text)
{return puts(text);};
inline const char *operator*()
{return c_str();};
inline bool operator!() const
{return !bufsize && context == NULL;};
inline operator bool() const
{return bufsize > 0 || context != NULL;};
};
/**
* Crytographically relevant random numbers. This is used both to gather
* entropy pools and pseudo-random values.
* @author David Sugar <dyfet@gnutelephony.org>
*/
class __EXPORT random
{
public:
/**
* Push entropic seed.
* @param buffer of random data to push.
* @param size of buffer.
* @return true if successful.
*/
static bool seed(const unsigned char *buffer, size_t size);
/**
* Re-seed pseudo-random generation and entropy pools.
*/
static void seed(void);
/**
* Get high-entropy random data. This is often used to
* initialize keys. This operation may block if there is
* insufficient entropy immediately available.
* @param memory buffer to fill.
* @param size of buffer.
* @return number of bytes filled.
*/
static size_t key(unsigned char *memory, size_t size);
/**
* Fill memory with pseudo-random values. This is used
* as the basis for all get and real operations and does
* not depend on seed entropy.
* @param memory buffer to fill.
* @param size of buffer to fill.
* @return number of bytes set.
*/
static size_t fill(unsigned char *memory, size_t size);
/**
* Get a pseudo-random integer, range 0 - 32767.
* @return random integer.
*/
static int get(void);
/**
* Get a pseudo-random integer in a preset range.
* @param min value of random integer.
* @param max value of random integer.
* @return random value from min to max.
*/
static int get(int min, int max);
/**
* Get a pseudo-random floating point value.
* @return psudo-random value 0 to 1.
*/
static double real(void);
/**
* Get a pseudo-random floating point value in a preset range.
* @param min value of random floating point number.
* @param max value of random floating point number.
* @return random value from min to max.
*/
static double real(double min, double max);
/**
* Determine if we have sufficient entropy to return random
* values.
* @return true if sufficient entropy.
*/
bool status(void);
};
/**
* Convenience type for secure socket.
*/
typedef SSocket ssl_t;
/**
* Convenience type for generic digests.
*/
typedef Digest digest_t;
/**
* Convenience type for generic ciphers.
*/
typedef Cipher cipher_t;
/**
* Convenience type for generic cipher key.
*/
typedef Cipher::Key skey_t;
END_NAMESPACE
#endif