I am trying to call sip_sec_init_context(&context, &expires, AUTH_TYPE_NTLM, 0 , "domain", "user", "psw", NULL, “challenge”);
For some reason I receive a segmentation fault in libnss3 in a function called pk11_getKeyFromList()
I investigated it and found that the PK11SlotInfo that is passed to the function is NULL.
The function that is responsible to initialize PK11SlotInfo is PK11_GetSlotList().
This function is called from sipe_digest_hmac() that passes CKM_MD5_HMAC to it.
PK11_GetSlotList()is basically a big switch that for some strange reason doesn’t define a case for CKM_MD5_HMAC and returns NULL, causing in the end the segmentation fault.
Can some on suggest what is going wrong here?
Appreciate any help on this
I'm assuming you are trying to re-use SIPE code in your program. My best guess is that you forgot to call the necessary initialization functions. I would suggest to take a look at sip-sec-ntlm-tests.c.
Yes you are right.
I did forget to call
and also in the end
Thanks very much for your help.
It’s now working but I have noticed something strange, the base64 encoded output token returned from sip_sec_init_context() is always the same.
I have a process that looks like the following:
char* const response = sip_sec_init_context();
I run this process multiple time using the same input_toked_base64 (Type2 NTLM message) for all calls.
The return response is always the same, is this the way it should be ? shouldn’t I expect a different response for every call ?
Thanks for any insight
If the NTLM challenge, domain, account and password are always the same, then the only random things are the NONCEs for client_challenge and exported_session_key. NONCE() uses rand(), so my guess is you forgot to call srand() to provide a randomized seed. See also "man 3 rand" or sipe-core.c:sipe_core_init().
I Called sipe_core_init() and now as expected I get a different response per each call
Thanks a lot
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