Commit b3496b0a authored by Mark Haines's avatar Mark Haines
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......@@ -83,41 +83,80 @@ struct Session {
KdfInfo const & kdf_info
);
/** A pair of string to feed into the KDF identifing the application */
/** A some strings identifing the application to feed into the KDF. */
KdfInfo kdf_info;
/** The last error that happened encypting or decrypting a message */
/** The last error that happened encypting or decrypting a message. */
ErrorCode last_error;
/** The root key is used to generate chain keys from the ephemeral keys.
* A new root_key derived each time a chain key is derived. */
SharedKey root_key;
/** The sender chain is used to send messages. Each time a new ephemeral
* key is received from the remote server we generate a new sender chain
* with a new empheral key when we next send a message. */
List<SenderChain, 1> sender_chain;
/** The receiver chain is used to decrypt recieved messages. We store the
* last few chains so we can decrypt any out of order messages we haven't
* received yet. */
List<ReceiverChain, MAX_RECEIVER_CHAINS> receiver_chains;
/** List of message keys we've skipped over when advancing the receiver
* chain. */
List<SkippedMessageKey, MAX_SKIPPED_MESSAGE_KEYS> skipped_message_keys;
/** Initialise the session using a shared secret and the public part of the
* remote's first ratchet key */
void initialise_as_bob(
std::uint8_t const * shared_secret, std::size_t shared_secret_length,
Curve25519PublicKey const & their_ratchet_key
);
/** Intialise the session using a shared secret and the public/private key
* pair for the first ratchet key */
void initialise_as_alice(
std::uint8_t const * shared_secret, std::size_t shared_secret_length,
Curve25519KeyPair const & our_ratchet_key
);
/** The maximum number of bytes of output the encrypt method will write for
* a given message length. */
std::size_t encrypt_max_output_length(
std::size_t plaintext_length
);
/** The number of bytes of random data the encrypt method will need to
* encrypt a message. This will be 32 bytes if the session needs to
* generate a new ephemeral key, or will be 0 bytes otherwise.*/
std::size_t encrypt_random_length();
/** Encrypt some plaintext. Returns the length of the encrypted message
* or std::size_t(-1) on failure. On failure last_error will be set with
* an error code. The last_error will be NOT_ENOUGH_RANDOM if the number
* of random bytes is too small. The last_error will be
* OUTPUT_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL if the output buffer is too small. */
std::size_t encrypt(
std::uint8_t const * plaintext, std::size_t plaintext_length,
std::uint8_t const * random, std::size_t random_length,
std::uint8_t * output, std::size_t max_output_length
);
/** An upper bound on the number of bytes of plaintext the decrypt method
* will write for a given input message length. */
std::size_t decrypt_max_plaintext_length(
std::size_t input_length
);
/** Decrypt a message. Returns the length of the decrypted plaintext or
* std::size_t(-1) on failure. On failure last_error will be set with an
* error code. The last_error will be OUTPUT_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL if the
* plaintext buffer is too small. The last_error will be
* BAD_MESSAGE_VERSION if the message was encrypted with an unsupported
* version of the protocol. The last_error will be BAD_MESSAGE_FORMAT if
* the message headers could not be decoded. The last_error will be
* BAD_MESSAGE_MAC if the message could not be verified */
std::size_t decrypt(
std::uint8_t const * input, std::size_t input_length,
std::uint8_t * plaintext, std::size_t max_plaintext_length
......
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ struct Curve25519KeyPair : public Curve25519PublicKey {
std::uint8_t private_key[32];
};
/** Generate a curve25519 key pair from 32 random bytes. */
void generate_key(
std::uint8_t const * random_32_bytes,
Curve25519KeyPair & key_pair
......@@ -37,7 +37,8 @@ void generate_key(
const std::size_t CURVE25519_SHARED_SECRET_LENGTH = 32;
/** Create a shared secret using our private key and their public key.
* The output buffer must be at least 32 bytes long. */
void curve25519_shared_secret(
Curve25519KeyPair const & our_key,
Curve25519PublicKey const & their_key,
......@@ -57,11 +58,14 @@ struct Aes256Iv {
};
/** The length of output the aes_encrypt_cbc function will write */
std::size_t aes_encrypt_cbc_length(
std::size_t input_length
);
/** Encrypts the input using AES256 in CBC mode with PKCS#7 padding.
* The output buffer must be big enough to hold the output including padding */
void aes_encrypt_cbc(
Aes256Key const & key,
Aes256Iv const & iv,
......@@ -70,6 +74,10 @@ void aes_encrypt_cbc(
);
/** Decrypts the input using AES256 in CBC mode. The output buffer must be at
* least the same size as the input buffer. Returns the length of the plaintext
* without padding on success or std::size_t(-1) if the padding is invalid.
*/
std::size_t aes_decrypt_cbc(
Aes256Key const & key,
Aes256Iv const & iv,
......@@ -78,6 +86,8 @@ std::size_t aes_decrypt_cbc(
);
/** Computes SHA-256 of the input. The output buffer must be a least 32
* bytes long. */
void sha256(
std::uint8_t const * input, std::size_t input_length,
std::uint8_t * output
......@@ -87,6 +97,10 @@ void sha256(
const std::size_t HMAC_SHA256_OUTPUT_LENGTH = 32;
/** HMAC: Keyed-Hashing for Message Authentication
* http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2104
* Computes HMAC-SHA-256 of the input for the key. The output buffer must
* be at least 32 bytes long. */
void hmac_sha256(
std::uint8_t const * key, std::size_t key_length,
std::uint8_t const * input, std::size_t input_length,
......@@ -94,6 +108,9 @@ void hmac_sha256(
);
/** HMAC-based Key Derivation Function (HKDF)
* https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5869
* Derives key material from the input bytes. */
void hkdf_sha256(
std::uint8_t const * input, std::size_t input_length,
std::uint8_t const * info, std::size_t info_length,
......
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