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/* crypto/rc2/rc2_skey.c */
/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * This package is an SSL implementation written
 * by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
 * The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
 * 
 * This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as
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 * apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
 * lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code.  The SSL documentation
 * included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
 * except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
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#include <openssl/rc2.h>
#include <openssl/crypto.h>
#ifdef OPENSSL_FIPS
#include <openssl/fips.h>
#endif

#include "rc2_locl.h"

static unsigned char key_table[256]={
      0xd9,0x78,0xf9,0xc4,0x19,0xdd,0xb5,0xed,0x28,0xe9,0xfd,0x79,
      0x4a,0xa0,0xd8,0x9d,0xc6,0x7e,0x37,0x83,0x2b,0x76,0x53,0x8e,
      0x62,0x4c,0x64,0x88,0x44,0x8b,0xfb,0xa2,0x17,0x9a,0x59,0xf5,
      0x87,0xb3,0x4f,0x13,0x61,0x45,0x6d,0x8d,0x09,0x81,0x7d,0x32,
      0xbd,0x8f,0x40,0xeb,0x86,0xb7,0x7b,0x0b,0xf0,0x95,0x21,0x22,
      0x5c,0x6b,0x4e,0x82,0x54,0xd6,0x65,0x93,0xce,0x60,0xb2,0x1c,
      0x73,0x56,0xc0,0x14,0xa7,0x8c,0xf1,0xdc,0x12,0x75,0xca,0x1f,
      0x3b,0xbe,0xe4,0xd1,0x42,0x3d,0xd4,0x30,0xa3,0x3c,0xb6,0x26,
      0x6f,0xbf,0x0e,0xda,0x46,0x69,0x07,0x57,0x27,0xf2,0x1d,0x9b,
      0xbc,0x94,0x43,0x03,0xf8,0x11,0xc7,0xf6,0x90,0xef,0x3e,0xe7,
      0x06,0xc3,0xd5,0x2f,0xc8,0x66,0x1e,0xd7,0x08,0xe8,0xea,0xde,
      0x80,0x52,0xee,0xf7,0x84,0xaa,0x72,0xac,0x35,0x4d,0x6a,0x2a,
      0x96,0x1a,0xd2,0x71,0x5a,0x15,0x49,0x74,0x4b,0x9f,0xd0,0x5e,
      0x04,0x18,0xa4,0xec,0xc2,0xe0,0x41,0x6e,0x0f,0x51,0xcb,0xcc,
      0x24,0x91,0xaf,0x50,0xa1,0xf4,0x70,0x39,0x99,0x7c,0x3a,0x85,
      0x23,0xb8,0xb4,0x7a,0xfc,0x02,0x36,0x5b,0x25,0x55,0x97,0x31,
      0x2d,0x5d,0xfa,0x98,0xe3,0x8a,0x92,0xae,0x05,0xdf,0x29,0x10,
      0x67,0x6c,0xba,0xc9,0xd3,0x00,0xe6,0xcf,0xe1,0x9e,0xa8,0x2c,
      0x63,0x16,0x01,0x3f,0x58,0xe2,0x89,0xa9,0x0d,0x38,0x34,0x1b,
      0xab,0x33,0xff,0xb0,0xbb,0x48,0x0c,0x5f,0xb9,0xb1,0xcd,0x2e,
      0xc5,0xf3,0xdb,0x47,0xe5,0xa5,0x9c,0x77,0x0a,0xa6,0x20,0x68,
      0xfe,0x7f,0xc1,0xad,
      };

#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(_ARM_)
#pragma optimize("g",off)
#endif

/* It has come to my attention that there are 2 versions of the RC2
 * key schedule.  One which is normal, and anther which has a hook to
 * use a reduced key length.
 * BSAFE uses the 'retarded' version.  What I previously shipped is
 * the same as specifying 1024 for the 'bits' parameter.  Bsafe uses
 * a version where the bits parameter is the same as len*8 */

#ifdef OPENSSL_FIPS
void RC2_set_key(RC2_KEY *key, int len, const unsigned char *data, int bits)
      {
      if (FIPS_mode())
            FIPS_BAD_ABORT(RC2)
      private_RC2_set_key(key, len, data, bits);
      }
void private_RC2_set_key(RC2_KEY *key, int len, const unsigned char *data,
                                                int bits)
#else
void RC2_set_key(RC2_KEY *key, int len, const unsigned char *data, int bits)
#endif
      {
      int i,j;
      unsigned char *k;
      RC2_INT *ki;
      unsigned int c,d;

      k= (unsigned char *)&(key->data[0]);
      *k=0; /* for if there is a zero length key */

      if (len > 128) len=128;
      if (bits <= 0) bits=1024;
      if (bits > 1024) bits=1024;

      for (i=0; i<len; i++)
            k[i]=data[i];

      /* expand table */
      d=k[len-1];
      j=0;
      for (i=len; i < 128; i++,j++)
            {
            d=key_table[(k[j]+d)&0xff];
            k[i]=d;
            }

      /* hmm.... key reduction to 'bits' bits */

      j=(bits+7)>>3;
      i=128-j;
      c= (0xff>>(-bits & 0x07));

      d=key_table[k[i]&c];
      k[i]=d;
      while (i--)
            {
            d=key_table[k[i+j]^d];
            k[i]=d;
            }

      /* copy from bytes into RC2_INT's */
      ki= &(key->data[63]);
      for (i=127; i>=0; i-=2)
            *(ki--)=((k[i]<<8)|k[i-1])&0xffff;
      }

#if defined(_MSC_VER)
#pragma optimize("",on)
#endif

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