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bio_ok.c

/* crypto/evp/bio_ok.c */
/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
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/*
      From: Arne Ansper <arne@cyber.ee>

      Why BIO_f_reliable?

      I wrote function which took BIO* as argument, read data from it
      and processed it. Then I wanted to store the input file in 
      encrypted form. OK I pushed BIO_f_cipher to the BIO stack
      and everything was OK. BUT if user types wrong password 
      BIO_f_cipher outputs only garbage and my function crashes. Yes
      I can and I should fix my function, but BIO_f_cipher is 
      easy way to add encryption support to many existing applications
      and it's hard to debug and fix them all. 

      So I wanted another BIO which would catch the incorrect passwords and
      file damages which cause garbage on BIO_f_cipher's output. 

      The easy way is to push the BIO_f_md and save the checksum at 
      the end of the file. However there are several problems with this
      approach:

      1) you must somehow separate checksum from actual data. 
      2) you need lot's of memory when reading the file, because you 
      must read to the end of the file and verify the checksum before
      letting the application to read the data. 
      
      BIO_f_reliable tries to solve both problems, so that you can 
      read and write arbitrary long streams using only fixed amount
      of memory.

      BIO_f_reliable splits data stream into blocks. Each block is prefixed
      with it's length and suffixed with it's digest. So you need only 
      several Kbytes of memory to buffer single block before verifying 
      it's digest. 

      BIO_f_reliable goes further and adds several important capabilities:

      1) the digest of the block is computed over the whole stream 
      -- so nobody can rearrange the blocks or remove or replace them.

      2) to detect invalid passwords right at the start BIO_f_reliable 
      adds special prefix to the stream. In order to avoid known plain-text
      attacks this prefix is generated as follows:

            *) digest is initialized with random seed instead of 
            standardized one.
            *) same seed is written to output
            *) well-known text is then hashed and the output 
            of the digest is also written to output.

      reader can now read the seed from stream, hash the same string
      and then compare the digest output.

      Bad things: BIO_f_reliable knows what's going on in EVP_Digest. I 
      initially wrote and tested this code on x86 machine and wrote the
      digests out in machine-dependent order :( There are people using
      this code and I cannot change this easily without making existing
      data files unreadable.

*/

#include <stdio.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include "cryptlib.h"
#include <openssl/buffer.h>
#include <openssl/bio.h>
#include <openssl/evp.h>
#include <openssl/rand.h>

static int ok_write(BIO *h, const char *buf, int num);
static int ok_read(BIO *h, char *buf, int size);
static long ok_ctrl(BIO *h, int cmd, long arg1, void *arg2);
static int ok_new(BIO *h);
static int ok_free(BIO *data);
static long ok_callback_ctrl(BIO *h, int cmd, bio_info_cb *fp);

static void sig_out(BIO* b);
static void sig_in(BIO* b);
static void block_out(BIO* b);
static void block_in(BIO* b);
#define OK_BLOCK_SIZE   (1024*4)
#define OK_BLOCK_BLOCK  4
#define IOBS            (OK_BLOCK_SIZE+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK+ 3*EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE)
#define WELLKNOWN "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog's back."

#ifndef L_ENDIAN
#define swapem(x) \
      ((unsigned long int)((((unsigned long int)(x) & 0x000000ffU) << 24) | \
                       (((unsigned long int)(x) & 0x0000ff00U) <<  8) | \
                       (((unsigned long int)(x) & 0x00ff0000U) >>  8) | \
                       (((unsigned long int)(x) & 0xff000000U) >> 24)))
#else
#define swapem(x) (x)
#endif

typedef struct ok_struct
      {
      int buf_len;
      int buf_off;
      int buf_len_save;
      int buf_off_save;
      int cont;         /* <= 0 when finished */
      int finished;
      EVP_MD_CTX md;
      int blockout;           /* output block is ready */ 
      int sigio;        /* must process signature */
      unsigned char buf[IOBS];
      } BIO_OK_CTX;

static BIO_METHOD methods_ok=
      {
      BIO_TYPE_CIPHER,"reliable",
      ok_write,
      ok_read,
      NULL, /* ok_puts, */
      NULL, /* ok_gets, */
      ok_ctrl,
      ok_new,
      ok_free,
      ok_callback_ctrl,
      };

BIO_METHOD *BIO_f_reliable(void)
      {
      return(&methods_ok);
      }

static int ok_new(BIO *bi)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;

      ctx=(BIO_OK_CTX *)OPENSSL_malloc(sizeof(BIO_OK_CTX));
      if (ctx == NULL) return(0);

      ctx->buf_len=0;
      ctx->buf_off=0;
      ctx->buf_len_save=0;
      ctx->buf_off_save=0;
      ctx->cont=1;
      ctx->finished=0;
      ctx->blockout= 0;
      ctx->sigio=1;

      EVP_MD_CTX_init(&ctx->md);

      bi->init=0;
      bi->ptr=(char *)ctx;
      bi->flags=0;
      return(1);
      }

static int ok_free(BIO *a)
      {
      if (a == NULL) return(0);
      EVP_MD_CTX_cleanup(&((BIO_OK_CTX *)a->ptr)->md);
      OPENSSL_cleanse(a->ptr,sizeof(BIO_OK_CTX));
      OPENSSL_free(a->ptr);
      a->ptr=NULL;
      a->init=0;
      a->flags=0;
      return(1);
      }
      
static int ok_read(BIO *b, char *out, int outl)
      {
      int ret=0,i,n;
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;

      if (out == NULL) return(0);
      ctx=(BIO_OK_CTX *)b->ptr;

      if ((ctx == NULL) || (b->next_bio == NULL) || (b->init == 0)) return(0);

      while(outl > 0)
            {

            /* copy clean bytes to output buffer */
            if (ctx->blockout)
                  {
                  i=ctx->buf_len-ctx->buf_off;
                  if (i > outl) i=outl;
                  memcpy(out,&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off]),i);
                  ret+=i;
                  out+=i;
                  outl-=i;
                  ctx->buf_off+=i;

                  /* all clean bytes are out */
                  if (ctx->buf_len == ctx->buf_off)
                        {
                        ctx->buf_off=0;

                        /* copy start of the next block into proper place */
                        if(ctx->buf_len_save- ctx->buf_off_save > 0)
                              {
                              ctx->buf_len= ctx->buf_len_save- ctx->buf_off_save;
                              memmove(ctx->buf, &(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off_save]),
                                          ctx->buf_len);
                              }
                        else
                              {
                              ctx->buf_len=0;
                              }
                        ctx->blockout= 0;
                        }
                  }
      
            /* output buffer full -- cancel */
            if (outl == 0) break;

            /* no clean bytes in buffer -- fill it */
            n=IOBS- ctx->buf_len;
            i=BIO_read(b->next_bio,&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len]),n);

            if (i <= 0) break;      /* nothing new */

            ctx->buf_len+= i;

            /* no signature yet -- check if we got one */
            if (ctx->sigio == 1) sig_in(b);

            /* signature ok -- check if we got block */
            if (ctx->sigio == 0) block_in(b);

            /* invalid block -- cancel */
            if (ctx->cont <= 0) break;

            }

      BIO_clear_retry_flags(b);
      BIO_copy_next_retry(b);
      return(ret);
      }

static int ok_write(BIO *b, const char *in, int inl)
      {
      int ret=0,n,i;
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;

      ctx=(BIO_OK_CTX *)b->ptr;
      ret=inl;

      if ((ctx == NULL) || (b->next_bio == NULL) || (b->init == 0)) return(0);

      if(ctx->sigio) sig_out(b);

      do{
            BIO_clear_retry_flags(b);
            n=ctx->buf_len-ctx->buf_off;
            while (ctx->blockout && n > 0)
                  {
                  i=BIO_write(b->next_bio,&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off]),n);
                  if (i <= 0)
                        {
                        BIO_copy_next_retry(b);
                        if(!BIO_should_retry(b))
                              ctx->cont= 0;
                        return(i);
                        }
                  ctx->buf_off+=i;
                  n-=i;
                  }

            /* at this point all pending data has been written */
            ctx->blockout= 0;
            if (ctx->buf_len == ctx->buf_off)
                  {
                  ctx->buf_len=OK_BLOCK_BLOCK;
                  ctx->buf_off=0;
                  }
      
            if ((in == NULL) || (inl <= 0)) return(0);

            n= (inl+ ctx->buf_len > OK_BLOCK_SIZE+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK) ? 
                        OK_BLOCK_SIZE+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK- ctx->buf_len : inl;

            memcpy((unsigned char *)(&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len])),(unsigned char *)in,n);
            ctx->buf_len+= n;
            inl-=n;
            in+=n;

            if(ctx->buf_len >= OK_BLOCK_SIZE+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK)
                  {
                  block_out(b);
                  }
      }while(inl > 0);

      BIO_clear_retry_flags(b);
      BIO_copy_next_retry(b);
      return(ret);
      }

static long ok_ctrl(BIO *b, int cmd, long num, void *ptr)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;
      EVP_MD *md;
      const EVP_MD **ppmd;
      long ret=1;
      int i;

      ctx=b->ptr;

      switch (cmd)
            {
      case BIO_CTRL_RESET:
            ctx->buf_len=0;
            ctx->buf_off=0;
            ctx->buf_len_save=0;
            ctx->buf_off_save=0;
            ctx->cont=1;
            ctx->finished=0;
            ctx->blockout= 0;
            ctx->sigio=1;
            ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            break;
      case BIO_CTRL_EOF:      /* More to read */
            if (ctx->cont <= 0)
                  ret=1;
            else
                  ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            break;
      case BIO_CTRL_PENDING: /* More to read in buffer */
      case BIO_CTRL_WPENDING: /* More to read in buffer */
            ret=ctx->blockout ? ctx->buf_len-ctx->buf_off : 0;
            if (ret <= 0)
                  ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            break;
      case BIO_CTRL_FLUSH:
            /* do a final write */
            if(ctx->blockout == 0)
                  block_out(b);

            while (ctx->blockout)
                  {
                  i=ok_write(b,NULL,0);
                  if (i < 0)
                        {
                        ret=i;
                        break;
                        }
                  }

            ctx->finished=1;
            ctx->buf_off=ctx->buf_len=0;
            ctx->cont=(int)ret;
            
            /* Finally flush the underlying BIO */
            ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            break;
      case BIO_C_DO_STATE_MACHINE:
            BIO_clear_retry_flags(b);
            ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            BIO_copy_next_retry(b);
            break;
      case BIO_CTRL_INFO:
            ret=(long)ctx->cont;
            break;
      case BIO_C_SET_MD:
            md=ptr;
            EVP_DigestInit_ex(&ctx->md, md, NULL);
            b->init=1;
            break;
      case BIO_C_GET_MD:
            if (b->init)
                  {
                  ppmd=ptr;
                  *ppmd=ctx->md.digest;
                  }
            else
                  ret=0;
            break;
      default:
            ret=BIO_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,num,ptr);
            break;
            }
      return(ret);
      }

static long ok_callback_ctrl(BIO *b, int cmd, bio_info_cb *fp)
      {
      long ret=1;

      if (b->next_bio == NULL) return(0);
      switch (cmd)
            {
      default:
            ret=BIO_callback_ctrl(b->next_bio,cmd,fp);
            break;
            }
      return(ret);
      }

static void longswap(void *_ptr, int len)
{
#ifndef L_ENDIAN
      int i;
      char *ptr=_ptr;

      for(i= 0;i < len;i+= 4){
            *((unsigned long *)&(ptr[i]))= swapem(*((unsigned long *)&(ptr[i])));
      }
#endif
}

static void sig_out(BIO* b)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;
      EVP_MD_CTX *md;

      ctx=b->ptr;
      md=&ctx->md;

      if(ctx->buf_len+ 2* md->digest->md_size > OK_BLOCK_SIZE) return;

      EVP_DigestInit_ex(md, md->digest, NULL);
      /* FIXME: there's absolutely no guarantee this makes any sense at all,
       * particularly now EVP_MD_CTX has been restructured.
       */
      RAND_pseudo_bytes(md->md_data, md->digest->md_size);
      memcpy(&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len]), md->md_data, md->digest->md_size);
      longswap(&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len]), md->digest->md_size);
      ctx->buf_len+= md->digest->md_size;

      EVP_DigestUpdate(md, WELLKNOWN, strlen(WELLKNOWN));
      EVP_DigestFinal_ex(md, &(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len]), NULL);
      ctx->buf_len+= md->digest->md_size;
      ctx->blockout= 1;
      ctx->sigio= 0;
      }

static void sig_in(BIO* b)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;
      EVP_MD_CTX *md;
      unsigned char tmp[EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE];
      int ret= 0;

      ctx=b->ptr;
      md=&ctx->md;

      if(ctx->buf_len- ctx->buf_off < 2* md->digest->md_size) return;

      EVP_DigestInit_ex(md, md->digest, NULL);
      memcpy(md->md_data, &(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off]), md->digest->md_size);
      longswap(md->md_data, md->digest->md_size);
      ctx->buf_off+= md->digest->md_size;

      EVP_DigestUpdate(md, WELLKNOWN, strlen(WELLKNOWN));
      EVP_DigestFinal_ex(md, tmp, NULL);
      ret= memcmp(&(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off]), tmp, md->digest->md_size) == 0;
      ctx->buf_off+= md->digest->md_size;
      if(ret == 1)
            {
            ctx->sigio= 0;
            if(ctx->buf_len != ctx->buf_off)
                  {
                  memmove(ctx->buf, &(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_off]), ctx->buf_len- ctx->buf_off);
                  }
            ctx->buf_len-= ctx->buf_off;
            ctx->buf_off= 0;
            }
      else
            {
            ctx->cont= 0;
            }
      }

static void block_out(BIO* b)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;
      EVP_MD_CTX *md;
      unsigned long tl;

      ctx=b->ptr;
      md=&ctx->md;

      tl= ctx->buf_len- OK_BLOCK_BLOCK;
      tl= swapem(tl);
      memcpy(ctx->buf, &tl, OK_BLOCK_BLOCK);
      tl= swapem(tl);
      EVP_DigestUpdate(md, (unsigned char*) &(ctx->buf[OK_BLOCK_BLOCK]), tl);
      EVP_DigestFinal_ex(md, &(ctx->buf[ctx->buf_len]), NULL);
      ctx->buf_len+= md->digest->md_size;
      ctx->blockout= 1;
      }

static void block_in(BIO* b)
      {
      BIO_OK_CTX *ctx;
      EVP_MD_CTX *md;
      long tl= 0;
      unsigned char tmp[EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE];

      ctx=b->ptr;
      md=&ctx->md;

      memcpy(&tl, ctx->buf, OK_BLOCK_BLOCK);
      tl= swapem(tl);
      if (ctx->buf_len < tl+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK+ md->digest->md_size) return;
 
      EVP_DigestUpdate(md, (unsigned char*) &(ctx->buf[OK_BLOCK_BLOCK]), tl);
      EVP_DigestFinal_ex(md, tmp, NULL);
      if(memcmp(&(ctx->buf[tl+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK]), tmp, md->digest->md_size) == 0)
            {
            /* there might be parts from next block lurking around ! */
            ctx->buf_off_save= tl+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK+ md->digest->md_size;
            ctx->buf_len_save= ctx->buf_len;
            ctx->buf_off= OK_BLOCK_BLOCK;
            ctx->buf_len= tl+ OK_BLOCK_BLOCK;
            ctx->blockout= 1;
            }
      else
            {
            ctx->cont= 0;
            }
      }


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