figenc

[RADIOACTIVE] rsa and symmetric key encryption scripts and executables
git clone git://git.figbert.com/figenc.git
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commit 798e6697a8f9dbad99fff393c83792d70df95e7b
parent a2ee25e549f38ef8cbb6c5a3a8706f5401e025bc
Author: therealFIGBERT <naomi@Naomis-MacBook-Air.local>
Date:   Sat, 29 Jun 2019 22:40:33 -0700

Adding compiled MacOS app (compiled with Platypus)

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AFigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/MacOS/FigENC MacOS | 0
AFigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/AppIcon.icns | 0
AFigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/AppSettings.plist | 0
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See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +__all__ = [ + "__title__", "__summary__", "__uri__", "__version__", "__author__", + "__email__", "__license__", "__copyright__", +] + +__title__ = "cryptography" +__summary__ = ("cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes" + " and primitives to Python developers.") +__uri__ = "https://github.com/pyca/cryptography" + +__version__ = "2.7" + +__author__ = "The cryptography developers" +__email__ = "cryptography-dev@python.org" + +__license__ = "BSD or Apache License, Version 2.0" +__copyright__ = "Copyright 2013-2017 {}".format(__author__) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,16 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography.__about__ import ( + __author__, __copyright__, __email__, __license__, __summary__, __title__, + __uri__, __version__ +) + + +__all__ = [ + "__title__", "__summary__", "__uri__", "__version__", "__author__", + "__email__", "__license__", "__copyright__", +] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/__about__.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/__about__.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/exceptions.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/exceptions.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/fernet.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/fernet.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/utils.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/__pycache__/utils.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/exceptions.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/exceptions.py @@ -0,0 +1,58 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from enum import Enum + + +class _Reasons(Enum): + BACKEND_MISSING_INTERFACE = 0 + UNSUPPORTED_HASH = 1 + UNSUPPORTED_CIPHER = 2 + UNSUPPORTED_PADDING = 3 + UNSUPPORTED_MGF = 4 + UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM = 5 + UNSUPPORTED_ELLIPTIC_CURVE = 6 + UNSUPPORTED_SERIALIZATION = 7 + UNSUPPORTED_X509 = 8 + UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM = 9 + UNSUPPORTED_DIFFIE_HELLMAN = 10 + UNSUPPORTED_MAC = 11 + + +class UnsupportedAlgorithm(Exception): + def __init__(self, message, reason=None): + super(UnsupportedAlgorithm, self).__init__(message) + self._reason = reason + + +class AlreadyFinalized(Exception): + pass + + +class AlreadyUpdated(Exception): + pass + + +class NotYetFinalized(Exception): + pass + + +class InvalidTag(Exception): + pass + + +class InvalidSignature(Exception): + pass + + +class InternalError(Exception): + def __init__(self, msg, err_code): + super(InternalError, self).__init__(msg) + self.err_code = err_code + + +class InvalidKey(Exception): + pass diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/fernet.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/fernet.py @@ -0,0 +1,171 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import base64 +import binascii +import os +import struct +import time + +import six + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import InvalidSignature +from cryptography.hazmat.backends import default_backend +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes, padding +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers import Cipher, algorithms, modes +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.hmac import HMAC + + +class InvalidToken(Exception): + pass + + +_MAX_CLOCK_SKEW = 60 + + +class Fernet(object): + def __init__(self, key, backend=None): + if backend is None: + backend = default_backend() + + key = base64.urlsafe_b64decode(key) + if len(key) != 32: + raise ValueError( + "Fernet key must be 32 url-safe base64-encoded bytes." + ) + + self._signing_key = key[:16] + self._encryption_key = key[16:] + self._backend = backend + + @classmethod + def generate_key(cls): + return base64.urlsafe_b64encode(os.urandom(32)) + + def encrypt(self, data): + current_time = int(time.time()) + iv = os.urandom(16) + return self._encrypt_from_parts(data, current_time, iv) + + def _encrypt_from_parts(self, data, current_time, iv): + utils._check_bytes("data", data) + + padder = padding.PKCS7(algorithms.AES.block_size).padder() + padded_data = padder.update(data) + padder.finalize() + encryptor = Cipher( + algorithms.AES(self._encryption_key), modes.CBC(iv), self._backend + ).encryptor() + ciphertext = encryptor.update(padded_data) + encryptor.finalize() + + basic_parts = ( + b"\x80" + struct.pack(">Q", current_time) + iv + ciphertext + ) + + h = HMAC(self._signing_key, hashes.SHA256(), backend=self._backend) + h.update(basic_parts) + hmac = h.finalize() + return base64.urlsafe_b64encode(basic_parts + hmac) + + def decrypt(self, token, ttl=None): + timestamp, data = Fernet._get_unverified_token_data(token) + return self._decrypt_data(data, timestamp, ttl) + + def extract_timestamp(self, token): + timestamp, data = Fernet._get_unverified_token_data(token) + # Verify the token was not tampered with. + self._verify_signature(data) + return timestamp + + @staticmethod + def _get_unverified_token_data(token): + utils._check_bytes("token", token) + try: + data = base64.urlsafe_b64decode(token) + except (TypeError, binascii.Error): + raise InvalidToken + + if not data or six.indexbytes(data, 0) != 0x80: + raise InvalidToken + + try: + timestamp, = struct.unpack(">Q", data[1:9]) + except struct.error: + raise InvalidToken + return timestamp, data + + def _verify_signature(self, data): + h = HMAC(self._signing_key, hashes.SHA256(), backend=self._backend) + h.update(data[:-32]) + try: + h.verify(data[-32:]) + except InvalidSignature: + raise InvalidToken + + def _decrypt_data(self, data, timestamp, ttl): + current_time = int(time.time()) + if ttl is not None: + if timestamp + ttl < current_time: + raise InvalidToken + + if current_time + _MAX_CLOCK_SKEW < timestamp: + raise InvalidToken + + self._verify_signature(data) + + iv = data[9:25] + ciphertext = data[25:-32] + decryptor = Cipher( + algorithms.AES(self._encryption_key), modes.CBC(iv), self._backend + ).decryptor() + plaintext_padded = decryptor.update(ciphertext) + try: + plaintext_padded += decryptor.finalize() + except ValueError: + raise InvalidToken + unpadder = padding.PKCS7(algorithms.AES.block_size).unpadder() + + unpadded = unpadder.update(plaintext_padded) + try: + unpadded += unpadder.finalize() + except ValueError: + raise InvalidToken + return unpadded + + +class MultiFernet(object): + def __init__(self, fernets): + fernets = list(fernets) + if not fernets: + raise ValueError( + "MultiFernet requires at least one Fernet instance" + ) + self._fernets = fernets + + def encrypt(self, msg): + return self._fernets[0].encrypt(msg) + + def rotate(self, msg): + timestamp, data = Fernet._get_unverified_token_data(msg) + for f in self._fernets: + try: + p = f._decrypt_data(data, timestamp, None) + break + except InvalidToken: + pass + else: + raise InvalidToken + + iv = os.urandom(16) + return self._fernets[0]._encrypt_from_parts(p, timestamp, iv) + + def decrypt(self, msg, ttl=None): + for f in self._fernets: + try: + return f.decrypt(msg, ttl) + except InvalidToken: + pass + raise InvalidToken diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. +""" +Hazardous Materials + +This is a "Hazardous Materials" module. You should ONLY use it if you're +100% absolutely sure that you know what you're doing because this module +is full of land mines, dragons, and dinosaurs with laser guns. +""" +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__pycache__/_oid.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/__pycache__/_oid.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/_oid.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/_oid.py @@ -0,0 +1,67 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils + + +class ObjectIdentifier(object): + def __init__(self, dotted_string): + self._dotted_string = dotted_string + + nodes = self._dotted_string.split(".") + intnodes = [] + + # There must be at least 2 nodes, the first node must be 0..2, and + # if less than 2, the second node cannot have a value outside the + # range 0..39. All nodes must be integers. + for node in nodes: + try: + intnodes.append(int(node, 0)) + except ValueError: + raise ValueError( + "Malformed OID: %s (non-integer nodes)" % ( + self._dotted_string)) + + if len(nodes) < 2: + raise ValueError( + "Malformed OID: %s (insufficient number of nodes)" % ( + self._dotted_string)) + + if intnodes[0] > 2: + raise ValueError( + "Malformed OID: %s (first node outside valid range)" % ( + self._dotted_string)) + + if intnodes[0] < 2 and intnodes[1] >= 40: + raise ValueError( + "Malformed OID: %s (second node outside valid range)" % ( + self._dotted_string)) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, ObjectIdentifier): + return NotImplemented + + return self.dotted_string == other.dotted_string + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __repr__(self): + return "<ObjectIdentifier(oid={}, name={})>".format( + self.dotted_string, + self._name + ) + + def __hash__(self): + return hash(self.dotted_string) + + @property + def _name(self): + # Lazy import to avoid an import cycle + from cryptography.x509.oid import _OID_NAMES + return _OID_NAMES.get(self, "Unknown OID") + + dotted_string = utils.read_only_property("_dotted_string") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,18 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +_default_backend = None + + +def default_backend(): + global _default_backend + + if _default_backend is None: + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + _default_backend = backend + + return _default_backend diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__pycache__/interfaces.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/__pycache__/interfaces.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/interfaces.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/interfaces.py @@ -0,0 +1,395 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class CipherBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def cipher_supported(self, cipher, mode): + """ + Return True if the given cipher and mode are supported. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_symmetric_encryption_ctx(self, cipher, mode): + """ + Get a CipherContext that can be used for encryption. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_symmetric_decryption_ctx(self, cipher, mode): + """ + Get a CipherContext that can be used for decryption. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class HashBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def hash_supported(self, algorithm): + """ + Return True if the hash algorithm is supported by this backend. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_hash_ctx(self, algorithm): + """ + Create a HashContext for calculating a message digest. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class HMACBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def hmac_supported(self, algorithm): + """ + Return True if the hash algorithm is supported for HMAC by this + backend. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_hmac_ctx(self, key, algorithm): + """ + Create a context for calculating a message authentication code. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class CMACBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def cmac_algorithm_supported(self, algorithm): + """ + Returns True if the block cipher is supported for CMAC by this backend + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_cmac_ctx(self, algorithm): + """ + Create a context for calculating a message authentication code. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class PBKDF2HMACBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def pbkdf2_hmac_supported(self, algorithm): + """ + Return True if the hash algorithm is supported for PBKDF2 by this + backend. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def derive_pbkdf2_hmac(self, algorithm, length, salt, iterations, + key_material): + """ + Return length bytes derived from provided PBKDF2 parameters. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class RSABackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_rsa_private_key(self, public_exponent, key_size): + """ + Generate an RSAPrivateKey instance with public_exponent and a modulus + of key_size bits. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def rsa_padding_supported(self, padding): + """ + Returns True if the backend supports the given padding options. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_rsa_parameters_supported(self, public_exponent, key_size): + """ + Returns True if the backend supports the given parameters for key + generation. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_rsa_private_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Returns an RSAPrivateKey provider. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_rsa_public_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Returns an RSAPublicKey provider. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSABackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dsa_parameters(self, key_size): + """ + Generate a DSAParameters instance with a modulus of key_size bits. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dsa_private_key(self, parameters): + """ + Generate a DSAPrivateKey instance with parameters as a DSAParameters + object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dsa_private_key_and_parameters(self, key_size): + """ + Generate a DSAPrivateKey instance using key size only. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def dsa_hash_supported(self, algorithm): + """ + Return True if the hash algorithm is supported by the backend for DSA. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def dsa_parameters_supported(self, p, q, g): + """ + Return True if the parameters are supported by the backend for DSA. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dsa_private_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Returns a DSAPrivateKey provider. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dsa_public_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Returns a DSAPublicKey provider. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dsa_parameter_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Returns a DSAParameters provider. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurveBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def elliptic_curve_signature_algorithm_supported( + self, signature_algorithm, curve + ): + """ + Returns True if the backend supports the named elliptic curve with the + specified signature algorithm. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def elliptic_curve_supported(self, curve): + """ + Returns True if the backend supports the named elliptic curve. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_elliptic_curve_private_key(self, curve): + """ + Return an object conforming to the EllipticCurvePrivateKey interface. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_elliptic_curve_public_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Return an EllipticCurvePublicKey provider using the given numbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_elliptic_curve_private_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Return an EllipticCurvePrivateKey provider using the given numbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def elliptic_curve_exchange_algorithm_supported(self, algorithm, curve): + """ + Returns whether the exchange algorithm is supported by this backend. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def derive_elliptic_curve_private_key(self, private_value, curve): + """ + Compute the private key given the private value and curve. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class PEMSerializationBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_pem_private_key(self, data, password): + """ + Loads a private key from PEM encoded data, using the provided password + if the data is encrypted. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_pem_public_key(self, data): + """ + Loads a public key from PEM encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_pem_parameters(self, data): + """ + Load encryption parameters from PEM encoded data. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DERSerializationBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_der_private_key(self, data, password): + """ + Loads a private key from DER encoded data. Uses the provided password + if the data is encrypted. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_der_public_key(self, data): + """ + Loads a public key from DER encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_der_parameters(self, data): + """ + Load encryption parameters from DER encoded data. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class X509Backend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_pem_x509_certificate(self, data): + """ + Load an X.509 certificate from PEM encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_der_x509_certificate(self, data): + """ + Load an X.509 certificate from DER encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_der_x509_csr(self, data): + """ + Load an X.509 CSR from DER encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_pem_x509_csr(self, data): + """ + Load an X.509 CSR from PEM encoded data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_x509_csr(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + """ + Create and sign an X.509 CSR from a CSR builder object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_x509_certificate(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + """ + Create and sign an X.509 certificate from a CertificateBuilder object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_x509_crl(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + """ + Create and sign an X.509 CertificateRevocationList from a + CertificateRevocationListBuilder object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def create_x509_revoked_certificate(self, builder): + """ + Create a RevokedCertificate object from a RevokedCertificateBuilder + object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def x509_name_bytes(self, name): + """ + Compute the DER encoded bytes of an X509 Name object. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DHBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dh_parameters(self, generator, key_size): + """ + Generate a DHParameters instance with a modulus of key_size bits. + Using the given generator. Often 2 or 5. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dh_private_key(self, parameters): + """ + Generate a DHPrivateKey instance with parameters as a DHParameters + object. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_dh_private_key_and_parameters(self, generator, key_size): + """ + Generate a DHPrivateKey instance using key size only. + Using the given generator. Often 2 or 5. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dh_private_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Load a DHPrivateKey from DHPrivateNumbers + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dh_public_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Load a DHPublicKey from DHPublicNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def load_dh_parameter_numbers(self, numbers): + """ + Load DHParameters from DHParameterNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def dh_parameters_supported(self, p, g, q=None): + """ + Returns whether the backend supports DH with these parameter values. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def dh_x942_serialization_supported(self): + """ + Returns True if the backend supports the serialization of DH objects + with subgroup order (q). + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class ScryptBackend(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def derive_scrypt(self, key_material, salt, length, n, r, p): + """ + Return bytes derived from provided Scrypt parameters. + """ diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. 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See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography.exceptions import InvalidTag + + +_ENCRYPT = 1 +_DECRYPT = 0 + + +def _aead_cipher_name(cipher): + from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.aead import ( + AESCCM, AESGCM, ChaCha20Poly1305 + ) + if isinstance(cipher, ChaCha20Poly1305): + return b"chacha20-poly1305" + elif isinstance(cipher, AESCCM): + return "aes-{}-ccm".format(len(cipher._key) * 8).encode("ascii") + else: + assert isinstance(cipher, AESGCM) + return "aes-{}-gcm".format(len(cipher._key) * 8).encode("ascii") + + +def _aead_setup(backend, cipher_name, key, nonce, tag, tag_len, operation): + evp_cipher = backend._lib.EVP_get_cipherbyname(cipher_name) + backend.openssl_assert(evp_cipher != backend._ffi.NULL) + ctx = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_new() + ctx = backend._ffi.gc(ctx, backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_free) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherInit_ex( + ctx, evp_cipher, + backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL, + int(operation == _ENCRYPT) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_set_key_length(ctx, len(key)) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_IVLEN, len(nonce), + backend._ffi.NULL + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + if operation == _DECRYPT: + res = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_TAG, len(tag), tag + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + else: + res = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_TAG, tag_len, backend._ffi.NULL + ) + + nonce_ptr = backend._ffi.from_buffer(nonce) + key_ptr = backend._ffi.from_buffer(key) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherInit_ex( + ctx, + backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL, + key_ptr, + nonce_ptr, + int(operation == _ENCRYPT) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return ctx + + +def _set_length(backend, ctx, data_len): + intptr = backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate( + ctx, + backend._ffi.NULL, + intptr, + backend._ffi.NULL, + data_len + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + +def _process_aad(backend, ctx, associated_data): + outlen = backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate( + ctx, backend._ffi.NULL, outlen, associated_data, len(associated_data) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + +def _process_data(backend, ctx, data): + outlen = backend._ffi.new("int *") + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", len(data)) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate(ctx, buf, outlen, data, len(data)) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf, outlen[0])[:] + + +def _encrypt(backend, cipher, nonce, data, associated_data, tag_length): + from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.aead import AESCCM + cipher_name = _aead_cipher_name(cipher) + ctx = _aead_setup( + backend, cipher_name, cipher._key, nonce, None, tag_length, _ENCRYPT + ) + # CCM requires us to pass the length of the data before processing anything + # However calling this with any other AEAD results in an error + if isinstance(cipher, AESCCM): + _set_length(backend, ctx, len(data)) + + _process_aad(backend, ctx, associated_data) + processed_data = _process_data(backend, ctx, data) + outlen = backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherFinal_ex(ctx, backend._ffi.NULL, outlen) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + backend.openssl_assert(outlen[0] == 0) + tag_buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", tag_length) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_GET_TAG, tag_length, tag_buf + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + tag = backend._ffi.buffer(tag_buf)[:] + + return processed_data + tag + + +def _decrypt(backend, cipher, nonce, data, associated_data, tag_length): + from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.aead import AESCCM + if len(data) < tag_length: + raise InvalidTag + tag = data[-tag_length:] + data = data[:-tag_length] + cipher_name = _aead_cipher_name(cipher) + ctx = _aead_setup( + backend, cipher_name, cipher._key, nonce, tag, tag_length, _DECRYPT + ) + # CCM requires us to pass the length of the data before processing anything + # However calling this with any other AEAD results in an error + if isinstance(cipher, AESCCM): + _set_length(backend, ctx, len(data)) + + _process_aad(backend, ctx, associated_data) + # CCM has a different error path if the tag doesn't match. Errors are + # raised in Update and Final is irrelevant. + if isinstance(cipher, AESCCM): + outlen = backend._ffi.new("int *") + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", len(data)) + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate(ctx, buf, outlen, data, len(data)) + if res != 1: + backend._consume_errors() + raise InvalidTag + + processed_data = backend._ffi.buffer(buf, outlen[0])[:] + else: + processed_data = _process_data(backend, ctx, data) + outlen = backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_CipherFinal_ex(ctx, backend._ffi.NULL, outlen) + if res == 0: + backend._consume_errors() + raise InvalidTag + + return processed_data diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/backend.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/backend.py @@ -0,0 +1,2445 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import base64 +import collections +import contextlib +import itertools +from contextlib import contextmanager + +import asn1crypto.core + +import six +from six.moves import range + +from cryptography import utils, x509 +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.interfaces import ( + CMACBackend, CipherBackend, DERSerializationBackend, DHBackend, DSABackend, + EllipticCurveBackend, HMACBackend, HashBackend, PBKDF2HMACBackend, + PEMSerializationBackend, RSABackend, ScryptBackend, X509Backend +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl import aead +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.ciphers import _CipherContext +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.cmac import _CMACContext +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.decode_asn1 import ( + _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_ENUM_TO_CODE, _Integers +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.dh import ( + _DHParameters, _DHPrivateKey, _DHPublicKey, _dh_params_dup +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.dsa import ( + _DSAParameters, _DSAPrivateKey, _DSAPublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.ec import ( + _EllipticCurvePrivateKey, _EllipticCurvePublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.ed25519 import ( + _Ed25519PrivateKey, _Ed25519PublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.ed448 import ( + _ED448_KEY_SIZE, _Ed448PrivateKey, _Ed448PublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.encode_asn1 import ( + _CRL_ENTRY_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + _CRL_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, _EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + _OCSP_BASICRESP_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + _OCSP_REQUEST_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + _encode_asn1_int_gc, _encode_asn1_str_gc, _encode_name_gc, _txt2obj_gc, +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.hashes import _HashContext +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.hmac import _HMACContext +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.ocsp import ( + _OCSPRequest, _OCSPResponse +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.poly1305 import ( + _POLY1305_KEY_SIZE, _Poly1305Context +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.rsa import ( + _RSAPrivateKey, _RSAPublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.x25519 import ( + _X25519PrivateKey, _X25519PublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.x448 import ( + _X448PrivateKey, _X448PublicKey +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.x509 import ( + _Certificate, _CertificateRevocationList, + _CertificateSigningRequest, _RevokedCertificate +) +from cryptography.hazmat.bindings.openssl import binding +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes, serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import dsa, ec, ed25519, rsa +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.padding import ( + MGF1, OAEP, PKCS1v15, PSS +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.algorithms import ( + AES, ARC4, Blowfish, CAST5, Camellia, ChaCha20, IDEA, SEED, TripleDES +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.modes import ( + CBC, CFB, CFB8, CTR, ECB, GCM, OFB, XTS +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.kdf import scrypt +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.serialization import ssh +from cryptography.x509 import ocsp + + +_MemoryBIO = collections.namedtuple("_MemoryBIO", ["bio", "char_ptr"]) + + +@utils.register_interface(CipherBackend) +@utils.register_interface(CMACBackend) +@utils.register_interface(DERSerializationBackend) +@utils.register_interface(DHBackend) +@utils.register_interface(DSABackend) +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurveBackend) +@utils.register_interface(HashBackend) +@utils.register_interface(HMACBackend) +@utils.register_interface(PBKDF2HMACBackend) +@utils.register_interface(RSABackend) +@utils.register_interface(PEMSerializationBackend) +@utils.register_interface(X509Backend) +@utils.register_interface_if( + binding.Binding().lib.Cryptography_HAS_SCRYPT, ScryptBackend +) +class Backend(object): + """ + OpenSSL API binding interfaces. + """ + name = "openssl" + + def __init__(self): + self._binding = binding.Binding() + self._ffi = self._binding.ffi + self._lib = self._binding.lib + + self._cipher_registry = {} + self._register_default_ciphers() + self.activate_osrandom_engine() + self._dh_types = [self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DH] + if self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX: + self._dh_types.append(self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DHX) + + def openssl_assert(self, ok): + return binding._openssl_assert(self._lib, ok) + + def activate_builtin_random(self): + if self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_ENGINE: + # Obtain a new structural reference. + e = self._lib.ENGINE_get_default_RAND() + if e != self._ffi.NULL: + self._lib.ENGINE_unregister_RAND(e) + # Reset the RNG to use the new engine. + self._lib.RAND_cleanup() + # decrement the structural reference from get_default_RAND + res = self._lib.ENGINE_finish(e) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + @contextlib.contextmanager + def _get_osurandom_engine(self): + # Fetches an engine by id and returns it. This creates a structural + # reference. + e = self._lib.ENGINE_by_id(self._lib.Cryptography_osrandom_engine_id) + self.openssl_assert(e != self._ffi.NULL) + # Initialize the engine for use. This adds a functional reference. + res = self._lib.ENGINE_init(e) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + try: + yield e + finally: + # Decrement the structural ref incremented by ENGINE_by_id. + res = self._lib.ENGINE_free(e) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + # Decrement the functional ref incremented by ENGINE_init. + res = self._lib.ENGINE_finish(e) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + def activate_osrandom_engine(self): + if self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_ENGINE: + # Unregister and free the current engine. + self.activate_builtin_random() + with self._get_osurandom_engine() as e: + # Set the engine as the default RAND provider. + res = self._lib.ENGINE_set_default_RAND(e) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + # Reset the RNG to use the new engine. + self._lib.RAND_cleanup() + + def osrandom_engine_implementation(self): + buf = self._ffi.new("char[]", 64) + with self._get_osurandom_engine() as e: + res = self._lib.ENGINE_ctrl_cmd(e, b"get_implementation", + len(buf), buf, + self._ffi.NULL, 0) + self.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return self._ffi.string(buf).decode('ascii') + + def openssl_version_text(self): + """ + Friendly string name of the loaded OpenSSL library. This is not + necessarily the same version as it was compiled against. + + Example: OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013 + """ + return self._ffi.string( + self._lib.OpenSSL_version(self._lib.OPENSSL_VERSION) + ).decode("ascii") + + def openssl_version_number(self): + return self._lib.OpenSSL_version_num() + + def create_hmac_ctx(self, key, algorithm): + return _HMACContext(self, key, algorithm) + + def _evp_md_from_algorithm(self, algorithm): + if algorithm.name == "blake2b" or algorithm.name == "blake2s": + alg = "{}{}".format( + algorithm.name, algorithm.digest_size * 8 + ).encode("ascii") + else: + alg = algorithm.name.encode("ascii") + + evp_md = self._lib.EVP_get_digestbyname(alg) + return evp_md + + def _evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(self, algorithm): + evp_md = self._evp_md_from_algorithm(algorithm) + self.openssl_assert(evp_md != self._ffi.NULL) + return evp_md + + def hash_supported(self, algorithm): + evp_md = self._evp_md_from_algorithm(algorithm) + return evp_md != self._ffi.NULL + + def hmac_supported(self, algorithm): + return self.hash_supported(algorithm) + + def create_hash_ctx(self, algorithm): + return _HashContext(self, algorithm) + + def cipher_supported(self, cipher, mode): + try: + adapter = self._cipher_registry[type(cipher), type(mode)] + except KeyError: + return False + evp_cipher = adapter(self, cipher, mode) + return self._ffi.NULL != evp_cipher + + def register_cipher_adapter(self, cipher_cls, mode_cls, adapter): + if (cipher_cls, mode_cls) in self._cipher_registry: + raise ValueError("Duplicate registration for: {} {}.".format( + cipher_cls, mode_cls) + ) + self._cipher_registry[cipher_cls, mode_cls] = adapter + + def _register_default_ciphers(self): + for mode_cls in [CBC, CTR, ECB, OFB, CFB, CFB8, GCM]: + self.register_cipher_adapter( + AES, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("{cipher.name}-{cipher.key_size}-{mode.name}") + ) + for mode_cls in [CBC, CTR, ECB, OFB, CFB]: + self.register_cipher_adapter( + Camellia, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("{cipher.name}-{cipher.key_size}-{mode.name}") + ) + for mode_cls in [CBC, CFB, CFB8, OFB]: + self.register_cipher_adapter( + TripleDES, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("des-ede3-{mode.name}") + ) + self.register_cipher_adapter( + TripleDES, + ECB, + GetCipherByName("des-ede3") + ) + for mode_cls in [CBC, CFB, OFB, ECB]: + self.register_cipher_adapter( + Blowfish, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("bf-{mode.name}") + ) + for mode_cls in [CBC, CFB, OFB, ECB]: + self.register_cipher_adapter( + SEED, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("seed-{mode.name}") + ) + for cipher_cls, mode_cls in itertools.product( + [CAST5, IDEA], + [CBC, OFB, CFB, ECB], + ): + self.register_cipher_adapter( + cipher_cls, + mode_cls, + GetCipherByName("{cipher.name}-{mode.name}") + ) + self.register_cipher_adapter( + ARC4, + type(None), + GetCipherByName("rc4") + ) + self.register_cipher_adapter( + ChaCha20, + type(None), + GetCipherByName("chacha20") + ) + self.register_cipher_adapter(AES, XTS, _get_xts_cipher) + + def create_symmetric_encryption_ctx(self, cipher, mode): + return _CipherContext(self, cipher, mode, _CipherContext._ENCRYPT) + + def create_symmetric_decryption_ctx(self, cipher, mode): + return _CipherContext(self, cipher, mode, _CipherContext._DECRYPT) + + def pbkdf2_hmac_supported(self, algorithm): + return self.hmac_supported(algorithm) + + def derive_pbkdf2_hmac(self, algorithm, length, salt, iterations, + key_material): + buf = self._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", length) + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + key_material_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(key_material) + res = self._lib.PKCS5_PBKDF2_HMAC( + key_material_ptr, + len(key_material), + salt, + len(salt), + iterations, + evp_md, + length, + buf + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + + def _consume_errors(self): + return binding._consume_errors(self._lib) + + def _bn_to_int(self, bn): + assert bn != self._ffi.NULL + + if not six.PY2: + # Python 3 has constant time from_bytes, so use that. + bn_num_bytes = self._lib.BN_num_bytes(bn) + bin_ptr = self._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", bn_num_bytes) + bin_len = self._lib.BN_bn2bin(bn, bin_ptr) + # A zero length means the BN has value 0 + self.openssl_assert(bin_len >= 0) + val = int.from_bytes(self._ffi.buffer(bin_ptr)[:bin_len], "big") + if self._lib.BN_is_negative(bn): + val = -val + return val + else: + # Under Python 2 the best we can do is hex() + hex_cdata = self._lib.BN_bn2hex(bn) + self.openssl_assert(hex_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + hex_str = self._ffi.string(hex_cdata) + self._lib.OPENSSL_free(hex_cdata) + return int(hex_str, 16) + + def _int_to_bn(self, num, bn=None): + """ + Converts a python integer to a BIGNUM. The returned BIGNUM will not + be garbage collected (to support adding them to structs that take + ownership of the object). Be sure to register it for GC if it will + be discarded after use. + """ + assert bn is None or bn != self._ffi.NULL + + if bn is None: + bn = self._ffi.NULL + + if not six.PY2: + # Python 3 has constant time to_bytes, so use that. + + binary = num.to_bytes(int(num.bit_length() / 8.0 + 1), "big") + bn_ptr = self._lib.BN_bin2bn(binary, len(binary), bn) + self.openssl_assert(bn_ptr != self._ffi.NULL) + return bn_ptr + + else: + # Under Python 2 the best we can do is hex(), [2:] removes the 0x + # prefix. + hex_num = hex(num).rstrip("L")[2:].encode("ascii") + bn_ptr = self._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + bn_ptr[0] = bn + res = self._lib.BN_hex2bn(bn_ptr, hex_num) + self.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self.openssl_assert(bn_ptr[0] != self._ffi.NULL) + return bn_ptr[0] + + def generate_rsa_private_key(self, public_exponent, key_size): + rsa._verify_rsa_parameters(public_exponent, key_size) + + rsa_cdata = self._lib.RSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + + bn = self._int_to_bn(public_exponent) + bn = self._ffi.gc(bn, self._lib.BN_free) + + res = self._lib.RSA_generate_key_ex( + rsa_cdata, key_size, bn, self._ffi.NULL + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(rsa_cdata) + + return _RSAPrivateKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def generate_rsa_parameters_supported(self, public_exponent, key_size): + return (public_exponent >= 3 and public_exponent & 1 != 0 and + key_size >= 512) + + def load_rsa_private_numbers(self, numbers): + rsa._check_private_key_components( + numbers.p, + numbers.q, + numbers.d, + numbers.dmp1, + numbers.dmq1, + numbers.iqmp, + numbers.public_numbers.e, + numbers.public_numbers.n + ) + rsa_cdata = self._lib.RSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + p = self._int_to_bn(numbers.p) + q = self._int_to_bn(numbers.q) + d = self._int_to_bn(numbers.d) + dmp1 = self._int_to_bn(numbers.dmp1) + dmq1 = self._int_to_bn(numbers.dmq1) + iqmp = self._int_to_bn(numbers.iqmp) + e = self._int_to_bn(numbers.public_numbers.e) + n = self._int_to_bn(numbers.public_numbers.n) + res = self._lib.RSA_set0_factors(rsa_cdata, p, q) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._lib.RSA_set0_key(rsa_cdata, n, e, d) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._lib.RSA_set0_crt_params(rsa_cdata, dmp1, dmq1, iqmp) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._lib.RSA_blinding_on(rsa_cdata, self._ffi.NULL) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(rsa_cdata) + + return _RSAPrivateKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_rsa_public_numbers(self, numbers): + rsa._check_public_key_components(numbers.e, numbers.n) + rsa_cdata = self._lib.RSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + e = self._int_to_bn(numbers.e) + n = self._int_to_bn(numbers.n) + res = self._lib.RSA_set0_key(rsa_cdata, n, e, self._ffi.NULL) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(rsa_cdata) + + return _RSAPublicKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def _create_evp_pkey_gc(self): + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new() + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return evp_pkey + + def _rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(self, rsa_cdata): + evp_pkey = self._create_evp_pkey_gc() + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set1_RSA(evp_pkey, rsa_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return evp_pkey + + def _bytes_to_bio(self, data): + """ + Return a _MemoryBIO namedtuple of (BIO, char*). + + The char* is the storage for the BIO and it must stay alive until the + BIO is finished with. + """ + data_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(data) + bio = self._lib.BIO_new_mem_buf( + data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(bio != self._ffi.NULL) + + return _MemoryBIO(self._ffi.gc(bio, self._lib.BIO_free), data_ptr) + + def _create_mem_bio_gc(self): + """ + Creates an empty memory BIO. + """ + bio_method = self._lib.BIO_s_mem() + self.openssl_assert(bio_method != self._ffi.NULL) + bio = self._lib.BIO_new(bio_method) + self.openssl_assert(bio != self._ffi.NULL) + bio = self._ffi.gc(bio, self._lib.BIO_free) + return bio + + def _read_mem_bio(self, bio): + """ + Reads a memory BIO. This only works on memory BIOs. + """ + buf = self._ffi.new("char **") + buf_len = self._lib.BIO_get_mem_data(bio, buf) + self.openssl_assert(buf_len > 0) + self.openssl_assert(buf[0] != self._ffi.NULL) + bio_data = self._ffi.buffer(buf[0], buf_len)[:] + return bio_data + + def _evp_pkey_to_private_key(self, evp_pkey): + """ + Return the appropriate type of PrivateKey given an evp_pkey cdata + pointer. + """ + + key_type = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_id(evp_pkey) + + if key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_RSA: + rsa_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_RSA(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + return _RSAPrivateKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DSA: + dsa_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_DSA(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dsa_cdata, self._lib.DSA_free) + return _DSAPrivateKey(self, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_EC: + ec_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_EC_KEY(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(ec_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + ec_cdata = self._ffi.gc(ec_cdata, self._lib.EC_KEY_free) + return _EllipticCurvePrivateKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type in self._dh_types: + dh_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_DH(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + return _DHPrivateKey(self, dh_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_ED25519", None): + # EVP_PKEY_ED25519 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _Ed25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_X448", None): + # EVP_PKEY_X448 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _X448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_X25519", None): + # EVP_PKEY_X25519 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.0 + return _X25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_ED448", None): + # EVP_PKEY_ED448 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _Ed448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + else: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm("Unsupported key type.") + + def _evp_pkey_to_public_key(self, evp_pkey): + """ + Return the appropriate type of PublicKey given an evp_pkey cdata + pointer. + """ + + key_type = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_id(evp_pkey) + + if key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_RSA: + rsa_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_RSA(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + return _RSAPublicKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DSA: + dsa_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_DSA(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dsa_cdata, self._lib.DSA_free) + return _DSAPublicKey(self, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_EC: + ec_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_EC_KEY(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(ec_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + ec_cdata = self._ffi.gc(ec_cdata, self._lib.EC_KEY_free) + return _EllipticCurvePublicKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type in self._dh_types: + dh_cdata = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_DH(evp_pkey) + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + return _DHPublicKey(self, dh_cdata, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_ED25519", None): + # EVP_PKEY_ED25519 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _Ed25519PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_X448", None): + # EVP_PKEY_X448 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _X448PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_X25519", None): + # EVP_PKEY_X25519 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.0 + return _X25519PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + elif key_type == getattr(self._lib, "EVP_PKEY_ED448", None): + # EVP_PKEY_X25519 is not present in OpenSSL < 1.1.1 + return _Ed448PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + else: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm("Unsupported key type.") + + def _oaep_hash_supported(self, algorithm): + if self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_RSA_OAEP_MD: + return isinstance( + algorithm, ( + hashes.SHA1, + hashes.SHA224, + hashes.SHA256, + hashes.SHA384, + hashes.SHA512, + ) + ) + else: + return isinstance(algorithm, hashes.SHA1) + + def rsa_padding_supported(self, padding): + if isinstance(padding, PKCS1v15): + return True + elif isinstance(padding, PSS) and isinstance(padding._mgf, MGF1): + return self.hash_supported(padding._mgf._algorithm) + elif isinstance(padding, OAEP) and isinstance(padding._mgf, MGF1): + return ( + self._oaep_hash_supported(padding._mgf._algorithm) and + self._oaep_hash_supported(padding._algorithm) and + ( + (padding._label is None or len(padding._label) == 0) or + self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_RSA_OAEP_LABEL == 1 + ) + ) + else: + return False + + def generate_dsa_parameters(self, key_size): + if key_size not in (1024, 2048, 3072): + raise ValueError("Key size must be 1024 or 2048 or 3072 bits.") + + ctx = self._lib.DSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(ctx != self._ffi.NULL) + ctx = self._ffi.gc(ctx, self._lib.DSA_free) + + res = self._lib.DSA_generate_parameters_ex( + ctx, key_size, self._ffi.NULL, 0, + self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return _DSAParameters(self, ctx) + + def generate_dsa_private_key(self, parameters): + ctx = self._lib.DSAparams_dup(parameters._dsa_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(ctx != self._ffi.NULL) + ctx = self._ffi.gc(ctx, self._lib.DSA_free) + self._lib.DSA_generate_key(ctx) + evp_pkey = self._dsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ctx) + + return _DSAPrivateKey(self, ctx, evp_pkey) + + def generate_dsa_private_key_and_parameters(self, key_size): + parameters = self.generate_dsa_parameters(key_size) + return self.generate_dsa_private_key(parameters) + + def _dsa_cdata_set_values(self, dsa_cdata, p, q, g, pub_key, priv_key): + res = self._lib.DSA_set0_pqg(dsa_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._lib.DSA_set0_key(dsa_cdata, pub_key, priv_key) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + def load_dsa_private_numbers(self, numbers): + dsa._check_dsa_private_numbers(numbers) + parameter_numbers = numbers.public_numbers.parameter_numbers + + dsa_cdata = self._lib.DSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dsa_cdata, self._lib.DSA_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.p) + q = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.q) + g = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.g) + pub_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.public_numbers.y) + priv_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.x) + self._dsa_cdata_set_values(dsa_cdata, p, q, g, pub_key, priv_key) + + evp_pkey = self._dsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dsa_cdata) + + return _DSAPrivateKey(self, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_dsa_public_numbers(self, numbers): + dsa._check_dsa_parameters(numbers.parameter_numbers) + dsa_cdata = self._lib.DSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dsa_cdata, self._lib.DSA_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(numbers.parameter_numbers.p) + q = self._int_to_bn(numbers.parameter_numbers.q) + g = self._int_to_bn(numbers.parameter_numbers.g) + pub_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.y) + priv_key = self._ffi.NULL + self._dsa_cdata_set_values(dsa_cdata, p, q, g, pub_key, priv_key) + + evp_pkey = self._dsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dsa_cdata) + + return _DSAPublicKey(self, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_dsa_parameter_numbers(self, numbers): + dsa._check_dsa_parameters(numbers) + dsa_cdata = self._lib.DSA_new() + self.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dsa_cdata, self._lib.DSA_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(numbers.p) + q = self._int_to_bn(numbers.q) + g = self._int_to_bn(numbers.g) + res = self._lib.DSA_set0_pqg(dsa_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return _DSAParameters(self, dsa_cdata) + + def _dsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(self, dsa_cdata): + evp_pkey = self._create_evp_pkey_gc() + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set1_DSA(evp_pkey, dsa_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return evp_pkey + + def dsa_hash_supported(self, algorithm): + return self.hash_supported(algorithm) + + def dsa_parameters_supported(self, p, q, g): + return True + + def cmac_algorithm_supported(self, algorithm): + return self.cipher_supported( + algorithm, CBC(b"\x00" * algorithm.block_size) + ) + + def create_cmac_ctx(self, algorithm): + return _CMACContext(self, algorithm) + + def create_x509_csr(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError('Algorithm must be a registered hash algorithm.') + + if ( + isinstance(algorithm, hashes.MD5) and not + isinstance(private_key, rsa.RSAPrivateKey) + ): + raise ValueError( + "MD5 is not a supported hash algorithm for EC/DSA CSRs" + ) + + # Resolve the signature algorithm. + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + + # Create an empty request. + x509_req = self._lib.X509_REQ_new() + self.openssl_assert(x509_req != self._ffi.NULL) + x509_req = self._ffi.gc(x509_req, self._lib.X509_REQ_free) + + # Set x509 version. + res = self._lib.X509_REQ_set_version(x509_req, x509.Version.v1.value) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set subject name. + res = self._lib.X509_REQ_set_subject_name( + x509_req, _encode_name_gc(self, builder._subject_name) + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set subject public key. + public_key = private_key.public_key() + res = self._lib.X509_REQ_set_pubkey( + x509_req, public_key._evp_pkey + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Add extensions. + sk_extension = self._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_new_null() + self.openssl_assert(sk_extension != self._ffi.NULL) + sk_extension = self._ffi.gc( + sk_extension, + lambda x: self._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_pop_free( + x, self._ffi.addressof( + self._lib._original_lib, "X509_EXTENSION_free" + ) + ) + ) + # Don't GC individual extensions because the memory is owned by + # sk_extensions and will be freed along with it. + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=sk_extension, + add_func=self._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_insert, + gc=False + ) + res = self._lib.X509_REQ_add_extensions(x509_req, sk_extension) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Sign the request using the requester's private key. + res = self._lib.X509_REQ_sign( + x509_req, private_key._evp_pkey, evp_md + ) + if res == 0: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_RSA, + self._lib.RSA_R_DIGEST_TOO_BIG_FOR_RSA_KEY + ) + ) + + raise ValueError("Digest too big for RSA key") + + return _CertificateSigningRequest(self, x509_req) + + def create_x509_certificate(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + if not isinstance(builder, x509.CertificateBuilder): + raise TypeError('Builder type mismatch.') + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError('Algorithm must be a registered hash algorithm.') + + if ( + isinstance(algorithm, hashes.MD5) and not + isinstance(private_key, rsa.RSAPrivateKey) + ): + raise ValueError( + "MD5 is not a supported hash algorithm for EC/DSA certificates" + ) + + # Resolve the signature algorithm. + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + + # Create an empty certificate. + x509_cert = self._lib.X509_new() + x509_cert = self._ffi.gc(x509_cert, backend._lib.X509_free) + + # Set the x509 version. + res = self._lib.X509_set_version(x509_cert, builder._version.value) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the subject's name. + res = self._lib.X509_set_subject_name( + x509_cert, _encode_name_gc(self, builder._subject_name) + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the subject's public key. + res = self._lib.X509_set_pubkey( + x509_cert, builder._public_key._evp_pkey + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the certificate serial number. + serial_number = _encode_asn1_int_gc(self, builder._serial_number) + res = self._lib.X509_set_serialNumber(x509_cert, serial_number) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the "not before" time. + self._set_asn1_time( + self._lib.X509_get_notBefore(x509_cert), builder._not_valid_before + ) + + # Set the "not after" time. + self._set_asn1_time( + self._lib.X509_get_notAfter(x509_cert), builder._not_valid_after + ) + + # Add extensions. + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=x509_cert, + add_func=self._lib.X509_add_ext, + gc=True + ) + + # Set the issuer name. + res = self._lib.X509_set_issuer_name( + x509_cert, _encode_name_gc(self, builder._issuer_name) + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Sign the certificate with the issuer's private key. + res = self._lib.X509_sign( + x509_cert, private_key._evp_pkey, evp_md + ) + if res == 0: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_RSA, + self._lib.RSA_R_DIGEST_TOO_BIG_FOR_RSA_KEY + ) + ) + raise ValueError("Digest too big for RSA key") + + return _Certificate(self, x509_cert) + + def _set_asn1_time(self, asn1_time, time): + if time.year >= 2050: + asn1_str = time.strftime('%Y%m%d%H%M%SZ').encode('ascii') + else: + asn1_str = time.strftime('%y%m%d%H%M%SZ').encode('ascii') + res = self._lib.ASN1_TIME_set_string(asn1_time, asn1_str) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + def _create_asn1_time(self, time): + asn1_time = self._lib.ASN1_TIME_new() + self.openssl_assert(asn1_time != self._ffi.NULL) + asn1_time = self._ffi.gc(asn1_time, self._lib.ASN1_TIME_free) + self._set_asn1_time(asn1_time, time) + return asn1_time + + def create_x509_crl(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + if not isinstance(builder, x509.CertificateRevocationListBuilder): + raise TypeError('Builder type mismatch.') + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError('Algorithm must be a registered hash algorithm.') + + if ( + isinstance(algorithm, hashes.MD5) and not + isinstance(private_key, rsa.RSAPrivateKey) + ): + raise ValueError( + "MD5 is not a supported hash algorithm for EC/DSA CRLs" + ) + + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + + # Create an empty CRL. + x509_crl = self._lib.X509_CRL_new() + x509_crl = self._ffi.gc(x509_crl, backend._lib.X509_CRL_free) + + # Set the x509 CRL version. We only support v2 (integer value 1). + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_set_version(x509_crl, 1) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the issuer name. + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_set_issuer_name( + x509_crl, _encode_name_gc(self, builder._issuer_name) + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the last update time. + last_update = self._create_asn1_time(builder._last_update) + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_set_lastUpdate(x509_crl, last_update) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Set the next update time. + next_update = self._create_asn1_time(builder._next_update) + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_set_nextUpdate(x509_crl, next_update) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # Add extensions. + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_CRL_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=x509_crl, + add_func=self._lib.X509_CRL_add_ext, + gc=True + ) + + # add revoked certificates + for revoked_cert in builder._revoked_certificates: + # Duplicating because the X509_CRL takes ownership and will free + # this memory when X509_CRL_free is called. + revoked = self._lib.Cryptography_X509_REVOKED_dup( + revoked_cert._x509_revoked + ) + self.openssl_assert(revoked != self._ffi.NULL) + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_add0_revoked(x509_crl, revoked) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + res = self._lib.X509_CRL_sign( + x509_crl, private_key._evp_pkey, evp_md + ) + if res == 0: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_RSA, + self._lib.RSA_R_DIGEST_TOO_BIG_FOR_RSA_KEY + ) + ) + raise ValueError("Digest too big for RSA key") + + return _CertificateRevocationList(self, x509_crl) + + def _create_x509_extensions(self, extensions, handlers, x509_obj, + add_func, gc): + for i, extension in enumerate(extensions): + x509_extension = self._create_x509_extension( + handlers, extension + ) + self.openssl_assert(x509_extension != self._ffi.NULL) + + if gc: + x509_extension = self._ffi.gc( + x509_extension, self._lib.X509_EXTENSION_free + ) + res = add_func(x509_obj, x509_extension, i) + self.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + def _create_raw_x509_extension(self, extension, value): + obj = _txt2obj_gc(self, extension.oid.dotted_string) + return self._lib.X509_EXTENSION_create_by_OBJ( + self._ffi.NULL, obj, 1 if extension.critical else 0, value + ) + + def _create_x509_extension(self, handlers, extension): + if isinstance(extension.value, x509.UnrecognizedExtension): + value = _encode_asn1_str_gc(self, extension.value.value) + return self._create_raw_x509_extension(extension, value) + elif isinstance(extension.value, x509.TLSFeature): + asn1 = _Integers([x.value for x in extension.value]).dump() + value = _encode_asn1_str_gc(self, asn1) + return self._create_raw_x509_extension(extension, value) + elif isinstance(extension.value, x509.PrecertPoison): + asn1 = asn1crypto.core.Null().dump() + value = _encode_asn1_str_gc(self, asn1) + return self._create_raw_x509_extension(extension, value) + else: + try: + encode = handlers[extension.oid] + except KeyError: + raise NotImplementedError( + 'Extension not supported: {}'.format(extension.oid) + ) + + ext_struct = encode(self, extension.value) + nid = self._lib.OBJ_txt2nid( + extension.oid.dotted_string.encode("ascii") + ) + backend.openssl_assert(nid != self._lib.NID_undef) + return self._lib.X509V3_EXT_i2d( + nid, 1 if extension.critical else 0, ext_struct + ) + + def create_x509_revoked_certificate(self, builder): + if not isinstance(builder, x509.RevokedCertificateBuilder): + raise TypeError('Builder type mismatch.') + + x509_revoked = self._lib.X509_REVOKED_new() + self.openssl_assert(x509_revoked != self._ffi.NULL) + x509_revoked = self._ffi.gc(x509_revoked, self._lib.X509_REVOKED_free) + serial_number = _encode_asn1_int_gc(self, builder._serial_number) + res = self._lib.X509_REVOKED_set_serialNumber( + x509_revoked, serial_number + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + rev_date = self._create_asn1_time(builder._revocation_date) + res = self._lib.X509_REVOKED_set_revocationDate(x509_revoked, rev_date) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + # add CRL entry extensions + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_CRL_ENTRY_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=x509_revoked, + add_func=self._lib.X509_REVOKED_add_ext, + gc=True + ) + return _RevokedCertificate(self, None, x509_revoked) + + def load_pem_private_key(self, data, password): + return self._load_key( + self._lib.PEM_read_bio_PrivateKey, + self._evp_pkey_to_private_key, + data, + password, + ) + + def load_pem_public_key(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + evp_pkey = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_PUBKEY( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL: + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return self._evp_pkey_to_public_key(evp_pkey) + else: + # It's not a (RSA/DSA/ECDSA) subjectPublicKeyInfo, but we still + # need to check to see if it is a pure PKCS1 RSA public key (not + # embedded in a subjectPublicKeyInfo) + self._consume_errors() + res = self._lib.BIO_reset(mem_bio.bio) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + rsa_cdata = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_RSAPublicKey( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL: + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + evp_pkey = self._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(rsa_cdata) + return _RSAPublicKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + else: + self._handle_key_loading_error() + + def load_pem_parameters(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + # only DH is supported currently + dh_cdata = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_DHparams( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL) + if dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL: + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + return _DHParameters(self, dh_cdata) + else: + self._handle_key_loading_error() + + def load_der_private_key(self, data, password): + # OpenSSL has a function called d2i_AutoPrivateKey that in theory + # handles this automatically, however it doesn't handle encrypted + # private keys. Instead we try to load the key two different ways. + # First we'll try to load it as a traditional key. + bio_data = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + key = self._evp_pkey_from_der_traditional_key(bio_data, password) + if key: + return self._evp_pkey_to_private_key(key) + else: + # Finally we try to load it with the method that handles encrypted + # PKCS8 properly. + return self._load_key( + self._lib.d2i_PKCS8PrivateKey_bio, + self._evp_pkey_to_private_key, + data, + password, + ) + + def _evp_pkey_from_der_traditional_key(self, bio_data, password): + key = self._lib.d2i_PrivateKey_bio(bio_data.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if key != self._ffi.NULL: + key = self._ffi.gc(key, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + if password is not None: + raise TypeError( + "Password was given but private key is not encrypted." + ) + + return key + else: + self._consume_errors() + return None + + def load_der_public_key(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + evp_pkey = self._lib.d2i_PUBKEY_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL: + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return self._evp_pkey_to_public_key(evp_pkey) + else: + # It's not a (RSA/DSA/ECDSA) subjectPublicKeyInfo, but we still + # need to check to see if it is a pure PKCS1 RSA public key (not + # embedded in a subjectPublicKeyInfo) + self._consume_errors() + res = self._lib.BIO_reset(mem_bio.bio) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + rsa_cdata = self._lib.d2i_RSAPublicKey_bio( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if rsa_cdata != self._ffi.NULL: + rsa_cdata = self._ffi.gc(rsa_cdata, self._lib.RSA_free) + evp_pkey = self._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(rsa_cdata) + return _RSAPublicKey(self, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + else: + self._handle_key_loading_error() + + def load_der_parameters(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + dh_cdata = self._lib.d2i_DHparams_bio( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL: + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + return _DHParameters(self, dh_cdata) + elif self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX: + # We check to see if the is dhx. + self._consume_errors() + res = self._lib.BIO_reset(mem_bio.bio) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + dh_cdata = self._lib.Cryptography_d2i_DHxparams_bio( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL: + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + return _DHParameters(self, dh_cdata) + + self._handle_key_loading_error() + + def load_pem_x509_certificate(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509 = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_X509( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if x509 == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError( + "Unable to load certificate. See https://cryptography.io/en/la" + "test/faq/#why-can-t-i-import-my-pem-file for more details." + ) + + x509 = self._ffi.gc(x509, self._lib.X509_free) + return _Certificate(self, x509) + + def load_der_x509_certificate(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509 = self._lib.d2i_X509_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if x509 == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Unable to load certificate") + + x509 = self._ffi.gc(x509, self._lib.X509_free) + return _Certificate(self, x509) + + def load_pem_x509_crl(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509_crl = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_X509_CRL( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if x509_crl == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError( + "Unable to load CRL. See https://cryptography.io/en/la" + "test/faq/#why-can-t-i-import-my-pem-file for more details." + ) + + x509_crl = self._ffi.gc(x509_crl, self._lib.X509_CRL_free) + return _CertificateRevocationList(self, x509_crl) + + def load_der_x509_crl(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509_crl = self._lib.d2i_X509_CRL_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if x509_crl == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Unable to load CRL") + + x509_crl = self._ffi.gc(x509_crl, self._lib.X509_CRL_free) + return _CertificateRevocationList(self, x509_crl) + + def load_pem_x509_csr(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509_req = self._lib.PEM_read_bio_X509_REQ( + mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL, self._ffi.NULL + ) + if x509_req == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError( + "Unable to load request. See https://cryptography.io/en/la" + "test/faq/#why-can-t-i-import-my-pem-file for more details." + ) + + x509_req = self._ffi.gc(x509_req, self._lib.X509_REQ_free) + return _CertificateSigningRequest(self, x509_req) + + def load_der_x509_csr(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + x509_req = self._lib.d2i_X509_REQ_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if x509_req == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Unable to load request") + + x509_req = self._ffi.gc(x509_req, self._lib.X509_REQ_free) + return _CertificateSigningRequest(self, x509_req) + + def _load_key(self, openssl_read_func, convert_func, data, password): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + + userdata = self._ffi.new("CRYPTOGRAPHY_PASSWORD_DATA *") + if password is not None: + utils._check_byteslike("password", password) + password_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(password) + userdata.password = password_ptr + userdata.length = len(password) + + evp_pkey = openssl_read_func( + mem_bio.bio, + self._ffi.NULL, + self._ffi.addressof( + self._lib._original_lib, "Cryptography_pem_password_cb" + ), + userdata, + ) + + if evp_pkey == self._ffi.NULL: + if userdata.error != 0: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert(errors) + if userdata.error == -1: + raise TypeError( + "Password was not given but private key is encrypted" + ) + else: + assert userdata.error == -2 + raise ValueError( + "Passwords longer than {} bytes are not supported " + "by this backend.".format(userdata.maxsize - 1) + ) + else: + self._handle_key_loading_error() + + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + if password is not None and userdata.called == 0: + raise TypeError( + "Password was given but private key is not encrypted.") + + assert ( + (password is not None and userdata.called == 1) or + password is None + ) + + return convert_func(evp_pkey) + + def _handle_key_loading_error(self): + errors = self._consume_errors() + + if not errors: + raise ValueError("Could not deserialize key data.") + + elif ( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, self._lib.EVP_R_BAD_DECRYPT + ) or errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_PKCS12, + self._lib.PKCS12_R_PKCS12_CIPHERFINAL_ERROR + ) + ): + raise ValueError("Bad decrypt. Incorrect password?") + + elif ( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, self._lib.EVP_R_UNKNOWN_PBE_ALGORITHM + ) or errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_PEM, self._lib.PEM_R_UNSUPPORTED_ENCRYPTION + ) + ): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "PEM data is encrypted with an unsupported cipher", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_CIPHER + ) + + elif any( + error._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, + self._lib.EVP_R_UNSUPPORTED_PRIVATE_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + for error in errors + ): + raise ValueError("Unsupported public key algorithm.") + + else: + assert errors[0].lib in ( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, + self._lib.ERR_LIB_PEM, + self._lib.ERR_LIB_ASN1, + ) + raise ValueError("Could not deserialize key data.") + + def elliptic_curve_supported(self, curve): + try: + curve_nid = self._elliptic_curve_to_nid(curve) + except UnsupportedAlgorithm: + curve_nid = self._lib.NID_undef + + group = self._lib.EC_GROUP_new_by_curve_name(curve_nid) + + if group == self._ffi.NULL: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert( + curve_nid == self._lib.NID_undef or + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EC, + self._lib.EC_R_UNKNOWN_GROUP + ) + ) + return False + else: + self.openssl_assert(curve_nid != self._lib.NID_undef) + self._lib.EC_GROUP_free(group) + return True + + def elliptic_curve_signature_algorithm_supported( + self, signature_algorithm, curve + ): + # We only support ECDSA right now. + if not isinstance(signature_algorithm, ec.ECDSA): + return False + + return self.elliptic_curve_supported(curve) + + def generate_elliptic_curve_private_key(self, curve): + """ + Generate a new private key on the named curve. + """ + + if self.elliptic_curve_supported(curve): + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_new_by_curve(curve) + + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_generate_key(ec_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + evp_pkey = self._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ec_cdata) + + return _EllipticCurvePrivateKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + else: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Backend object does not support {}.".format(curve.name), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_ELLIPTIC_CURVE + ) + + def load_elliptic_curve_private_numbers(self, numbers): + public = numbers.public_numbers + + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_new_by_curve(public.curve) + + private_value = self._ffi.gc( + self._int_to_bn(numbers.private_value), self._lib.BN_clear_free + ) + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_set_private_key(ec_cdata, private_value) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_set_public_key_affine_coordinates( + ec_cdata, public.x, public.y) + + evp_pkey = self._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ec_cdata) + + return _EllipticCurvePrivateKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_elliptic_curve_public_numbers(self, numbers): + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_new_by_curve(numbers.curve) + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_set_public_key_affine_coordinates( + ec_cdata, numbers.x, numbers.y) + evp_pkey = self._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ec_cdata) + + return _EllipticCurvePublicKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_elliptic_curve_public_bytes(self, curve, point_bytes): + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_new_by_curve(curve) + group = self._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(ec_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(group != self._ffi.NULL) + point = self._lib.EC_POINT_new(group) + self.openssl_assert(point != self._ffi.NULL) + point = self._ffi.gc(point, self._lib.EC_POINT_free) + with self._tmp_bn_ctx() as bn_ctx: + res = self._lib.EC_POINT_oct2point( + group, point, point_bytes, len(point_bytes), bn_ctx + ) + if res != 1: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Invalid public bytes for the given curve") + + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_set_public_key(ec_cdata, point) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ec_cdata) + return _EllipticCurvePublicKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def derive_elliptic_curve_private_key(self, private_value, curve): + ec_cdata = self._ec_key_new_by_curve(curve) + + get_func, group = self._ec_key_determine_group_get_func(ec_cdata) + + point = self._lib.EC_POINT_new(group) + self.openssl_assert(point != self._ffi.NULL) + point = self._ffi.gc(point, self._lib.EC_POINT_free) + + value = self._int_to_bn(private_value) + value = self._ffi.gc(value, self._lib.BN_clear_free) + + with self._tmp_bn_ctx() as bn_ctx: + res = self._lib.EC_POINT_mul(group, point, value, self._ffi.NULL, + self._ffi.NULL, bn_ctx) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + bn_x = self._lib.BN_CTX_get(bn_ctx) + bn_y = self._lib.BN_CTX_get(bn_ctx) + + res = get_func(group, point, bn_x, bn_y, bn_ctx) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_set_public_key(ec_cdata, point) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + private = self._int_to_bn(private_value) + private = self._ffi.gc(private, self._lib.BN_clear_free) + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_set_private_key(ec_cdata, private) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + evp_pkey = self._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ec_cdata) + + return _EllipticCurvePrivateKey(self, ec_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def _ec_key_new_by_curve(self, curve): + curve_nid = self._elliptic_curve_to_nid(curve) + ec_cdata = self._lib.EC_KEY_new_by_curve_name(curve_nid) + self.openssl_assert(ec_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + return self._ffi.gc(ec_cdata, self._lib.EC_KEY_free) + + def load_der_ocsp_request(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + request = self._lib.d2i_OCSP_REQUEST_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if request == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Unable to load OCSP request") + + request = self._ffi.gc(request, self._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_free) + return _OCSPRequest(self, request) + + def load_der_ocsp_response(self, data): + mem_bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + response = self._lib.d2i_OCSP_RESPONSE_bio(mem_bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if response == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Unable to load OCSP response") + + response = self._ffi.gc(response, self._lib.OCSP_RESPONSE_free) + return _OCSPResponse(self, response) + + def create_ocsp_request(self, builder): + ocsp_req = self._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_new() + self.openssl_assert(ocsp_req != self._ffi.NULL) + ocsp_req = self._ffi.gc(ocsp_req, self._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_free) + cert, issuer, algorithm = builder._request + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + certid = self._lib.OCSP_cert_to_id( + evp_md, cert._x509, issuer._x509 + ) + self.openssl_assert(certid != self._ffi.NULL) + onereq = self._lib.OCSP_request_add0_id(ocsp_req, certid) + self.openssl_assert(onereq != self._ffi.NULL) + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_OCSP_REQUEST_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=ocsp_req, + add_func=self._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_add_ext, + gc=True, + ) + return _OCSPRequest(self, ocsp_req) + + def _create_ocsp_basic_response(self, builder, private_key, algorithm): + basic = self._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_new() + self.openssl_assert(basic != self._ffi.NULL) + basic = self._ffi.gc(basic, self._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_free) + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm( + builder._response._algorithm + ) + certid = self._lib.OCSP_cert_to_id( + evp_md, builder._response._cert._x509, + builder._response._issuer._x509 + ) + self.openssl_assert(certid != self._ffi.NULL) + certid = self._ffi.gc(certid, self._lib.OCSP_CERTID_free) + if builder._response._revocation_reason is None: + reason = -1 + else: + reason = _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_ENUM_TO_CODE[ + builder._response._revocation_reason + ] + if builder._response._revocation_time is None: + rev_time = self._ffi.NULL + else: + rev_time = self._create_asn1_time( + builder._response._revocation_time + ) + + next_update = self._ffi.NULL + if builder._response._next_update is not None: + next_update = self._create_asn1_time( + builder._response._next_update + ) + + this_update = self._create_asn1_time(builder._response._this_update) + + res = self._lib.OCSP_basic_add1_status( + basic, + certid, + builder._response._cert_status.value, + reason, + rev_time, + this_update, + next_update + ) + self.openssl_assert(res != self._ffi.NULL) + # okay, now sign the basic structure + evp_md = self._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + responder_cert, responder_encoding = builder._responder_id + flags = self._lib.OCSP_NOCERTS + if responder_encoding is ocsp.OCSPResponderEncoding.HASH: + flags |= self._lib.OCSP_RESPID_KEY + + if builder._certs is not None: + for cert in builder._certs: + res = self._lib.OCSP_basic_add1_cert(basic, cert._x509) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + self._create_x509_extensions( + extensions=builder._extensions, + handlers=_OCSP_BASICRESP_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS, + x509_obj=basic, + add_func=self._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_add_ext, + gc=True, + ) + + res = self._lib.OCSP_basic_sign( + basic, responder_cert._x509, private_key._evp_pkey, + evp_md, self._ffi.NULL, flags + ) + if res != 1: + errors = self._consume_errors() + self.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_X509, + self._lib.X509_R_KEY_VALUES_MISMATCH + ) + ) + raise ValueError("responder_cert must be signed by private_key") + + return basic + + def create_ocsp_response(self, response_status, builder, private_key, + algorithm): + if response_status is ocsp.OCSPResponseStatus.SUCCESSFUL: + basic = self._create_ocsp_basic_response( + builder, private_key, algorithm + ) + else: + basic = self._ffi.NULL + + ocsp_resp = self._lib.OCSP_response_create( + response_status.value, basic + ) + self.openssl_assert(ocsp_resp != self._ffi.NULL) + ocsp_resp = self._ffi.gc(ocsp_resp, self._lib.OCSP_RESPONSE_free) + return _OCSPResponse(self, ocsp_resp) + + def elliptic_curve_exchange_algorithm_supported(self, algorithm, curve): + return ( + self.elliptic_curve_supported(curve) and + isinstance(algorithm, ec.ECDH) + ) + + def _ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(self, ec_cdata): + evp_pkey = self._create_evp_pkey_gc() + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set1_EC_KEY(evp_pkey, ec_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return evp_pkey + + def _elliptic_curve_to_nid(self, curve): + """ + Get the NID for a curve name. + """ + + curve_aliases = { + "secp192r1": "prime192v1", + "secp256r1": "prime256v1" + } + + curve_name = curve_aliases.get(curve.name, curve.name) + + curve_nid = self._lib.OBJ_sn2nid(curve_name.encode()) + if curve_nid == self._lib.NID_undef: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not a supported elliptic curve".format(curve.name), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_ELLIPTIC_CURVE + ) + return curve_nid + + @contextmanager + def _tmp_bn_ctx(self): + bn_ctx = self._lib.BN_CTX_new() + self.openssl_assert(bn_ctx != self._ffi.NULL) + bn_ctx = self._ffi.gc(bn_ctx, self._lib.BN_CTX_free) + self._lib.BN_CTX_start(bn_ctx) + try: + yield bn_ctx + finally: + self._lib.BN_CTX_end(bn_ctx) + + def _ec_key_determine_group_get_func(self, ctx): + """ + Given an EC_KEY determine the group and what function is required to + get point coordinates. + """ + self.openssl_assert(ctx != self._ffi.NULL) + + nid_two_field = self._lib.OBJ_sn2nid(b"characteristic-two-field") + self.openssl_assert(nid_two_field != self._lib.NID_undef) + + group = self._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(ctx) + self.openssl_assert(group != self._ffi.NULL) + + method = self._lib.EC_GROUP_method_of(group) + self.openssl_assert(method != self._ffi.NULL) + + nid = self._lib.EC_METHOD_get_field_type(method) + self.openssl_assert(nid != self._lib.NID_undef) + + if nid == nid_two_field and self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EC2M: + get_func = self._lib.EC_POINT_get_affine_coordinates_GF2m + else: + get_func = self._lib.EC_POINT_get_affine_coordinates_GFp + + assert get_func + + return get_func, group + + def _ec_key_set_public_key_affine_coordinates(self, ctx, x, y): + """ + Sets the public key point in the EC_KEY context to the affine x and y + values. + """ + + if x < 0 or y < 0: + raise ValueError( + "Invalid EC key. Both x and y must be non-negative." + ) + + x = self._ffi.gc(self._int_to_bn(x), self._lib.BN_free) + y = self._ffi.gc(self._int_to_bn(y), self._lib.BN_free) + res = self._lib.EC_KEY_set_public_key_affine_coordinates(ctx, x, y) + if res != 1: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Invalid EC key.") + + return ctx + + def _private_key_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm, + evp_pkey, cdata): + if not isinstance(format, serialization.PrivateFormat): + raise TypeError( + "format must be an item from the PrivateFormat enum" + ) + + # X9.62 encoding is only valid for EC public keys + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.X962: + raise ValueError("X9.62 format is only valid for EC public keys") + + # Raw format and encoding are only valid for X25519, Ed25519, X448, and + # Ed448 keys. We capture those cases before this method is called so if + # we see those enum values here it means the caller has passed them to + # a key that doesn't support raw type + if format is serialization.PrivateFormat.Raw: + raise ValueError("raw format is invalid with this key or encoding") + + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw: + raise ValueError("raw encoding is invalid with this key or format") + + if not isinstance(encryption_algorithm, + serialization.KeySerializationEncryption): + raise TypeError( + "Encryption algorithm must be a KeySerializationEncryption " + "instance" + ) + + if isinstance(encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption): + password = b"" + passlen = 0 + evp_cipher = self._ffi.NULL + elif isinstance(encryption_algorithm, + serialization.BestAvailableEncryption): + # This is a curated value that we will update over time. + evp_cipher = self._lib.EVP_get_cipherbyname( + b"aes-256-cbc" + ) + password = encryption_algorithm.password + passlen = len(password) + if passlen > 1023: + raise ValueError( + "Passwords longer than 1023 bytes are not supported by " + "this backend" + ) + else: + raise ValueError("Unsupported encryption type") + + key_type = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_id(evp_pkey) + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + if format is serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_PKCS8PrivateKey + key = evp_pkey + else: + assert format is serialization.PrivateFormat.TraditionalOpenSSL + if key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_RSA: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_RSAPrivateKey + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DSA: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_DSAPrivateKey + else: + assert key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_EC + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_ECPrivateKey + + key = cdata + elif encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER: + if format is serialization.PrivateFormat.TraditionalOpenSSL: + if not isinstance( + encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption + ): + raise ValueError( + "Encryption is not supported for DER encoded " + "traditional OpenSSL keys" + ) + + return self._private_key_bytes_traditional_der(key_type, cdata) + else: + assert format is serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8 + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_PKCS8PrivateKey_bio + key = evp_pkey + else: + raise TypeError("encoding must be Encoding.PEM or Encoding.DER") + + bio = self._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = write_bio( + bio, + key, + evp_cipher, + password, + passlen, + self._ffi.NULL, + self._ffi.NULL + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._read_mem_bio(bio) + + def _private_key_bytes_traditional_der(self, key_type, cdata): + if key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_RSA: + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_RSAPrivateKey_bio + elif key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_EC: + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_ECPrivateKey_bio + else: + self.openssl_assert(key_type == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_DSA) + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_DSAPrivateKey_bio + + bio = self._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = write_bio(bio, cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._read_mem_bio(bio) + + def _public_key_bytes(self, encoding, format, key, evp_pkey, cdata): + if not isinstance(encoding, serialization.Encoding): + raise TypeError("encoding must be an item from the Encoding enum") + + # Compressed/UncompressedPoint are only valid for EC keys and those + # cases are handled by the ECPublicKey public_bytes method before this + # method is called + if format in (serialization.PublicFormat.UncompressedPoint, + serialization.PublicFormat.CompressedPoint): + raise ValueError("Point formats are not valid for this key type") + + # Raw format and encoding are only valid for X25519, Ed25519, X448, and + # Ed448 keys. We capture those cases before this method is called so if + # we see those enum values here it means the caller has passed them to + # a key that doesn't support raw type + if format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw: + raise ValueError("raw format is invalid with this key or encoding") + + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw: + raise ValueError("raw encoding is invalid with this key or format") + + if ( + format is serialization.PublicFormat.OpenSSH or + encoding is serialization.Encoding.OpenSSH + ): + if ( + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.OpenSSH or + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.OpenSSH + ): + raise ValueError( + "OpenSSH format must be used with OpenSSH encoding" + ) + return self._openssh_public_key_bytes(key) + elif format is serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo: + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_PUBKEY + else: + assert encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_PUBKEY_bio + + key = evp_pkey + elif format is serialization.PublicFormat.PKCS1: + # Only RSA is supported here. + assert self._lib.EVP_PKEY_id(evp_pkey) == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_RSA + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_RSAPublicKey + else: + assert encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_RSAPublicKey_bio + + key = cdata + else: + raise TypeError( + "format must be an item from the PublicFormat enum" + ) + + bio = self._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = write_bio(bio, key) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._read_mem_bio(bio) + + def _openssh_public_key_bytes(self, key): + if isinstance(key, rsa.RSAPublicKey): + public_numbers = key.public_numbers() + return b"ssh-rsa " + base64.b64encode( + ssh._ssh_write_string(b"ssh-rsa") + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(public_numbers.e) + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(public_numbers.n) + ) + elif isinstance(key, dsa.DSAPublicKey): + public_numbers = key.public_numbers() + parameter_numbers = public_numbers.parameter_numbers + return b"ssh-dss " + base64.b64encode( + ssh._ssh_write_string(b"ssh-dss") + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(parameter_numbers.p) + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(parameter_numbers.q) + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(parameter_numbers.g) + + ssh._ssh_write_mpint(public_numbers.y) + ) + elif isinstance(key, ed25519.Ed25519PublicKey): + raw_bytes = key.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.Raw, + serialization.PublicFormat.Raw) + return b"ssh-ed25519 " + base64.b64encode( + ssh._ssh_write_string(b"ssh-ed25519") + + ssh._ssh_write_string(raw_bytes) + ) + elif isinstance(key, ec.EllipticCurvePublicKey): + public_numbers = key.public_numbers() + try: + curve_name = { + ec.SECP256R1: b"nistp256", + ec.SECP384R1: b"nistp384", + ec.SECP521R1: b"nistp521", + }[type(public_numbers.curve)] + except KeyError: + raise ValueError( + "Only SECP256R1, SECP384R1, and SECP521R1 curves are " + "supported by the SSH public key format" + ) + + point = key.public_bytes( + serialization.Encoding.X962, + serialization.PublicFormat.UncompressedPoint + ) + return b"ecdsa-sha2-" + curve_name + b" " + base64.b64encode( + ssh._ssh_write_string(b"ecdsa-sha2-" + curve_name) + + ssh._ssh_write_string(curve_name) + + ssh._ssh_write_string(point) + ) + else: + raise ValueError( + "OpenSSH encoding is not supported for this key type" + ) + + def _parameter_bytes(self, encoding, format, cdata): + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.OpenSSH: + raise TypeError( + "OpenSSH encoding is not supported" + ) + + # Only DH is supported here currently. + q = self._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._lib.DH_get0_pqg(cdata, + self._ffi.NULL, + q, + self._ffi.NULL) + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + if q[0] != self._ffi.NULL: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_DHxparams + else: + write_bio = self._lib.PEM_write_bio_DHparams + elif encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER: + if q[0] != self._ffi.NULL: + write_bio = self._lib.Cryptography_i2d_DHxparams_bio + else: + write_bio = self._lib.i2d_DHparams_bio + else: + raise TypeError("encoding must be an item from the Encoding enum") + + bio = self._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = write_bio(bio, cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._read_mem_bio(bio) + + def generate_dh_parameters(self, generator, key_size): + if key_size < 512: + raise ValueError("DH key_size must be at least 512 bits") + + if generator not in (2, 5): + raise ValueError("DH generator must be 2 or 5") + + dh_param_cdata = self._lib.DH_new() + self.openssl_assert(dh_param_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_param_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_param_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + + res = self._lib.DH_generate_parameters_ex( + dh_param_cdata, + key_size, + generator, + self._ffi.NULL + ) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return _DHParameters(self, dh_param_cdata) + + def _dh_cdata_to_evp_pkey(self, dh_cdata): + evp_pkey = self._create_evp_pkey_gc() + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set1_DH(evp_pkey, dh_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return evp_pkey + + def generate_dh_private_key(self, parameters): + dh_key_cdata = _dh_params_dup(parameters._dh_cdata, self) + + res = self._lib.DH_generate_key(dh_key_cdata) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + evp_pkey = self._dh_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dh_key_cdata) + + return _DHPrivateKey(self, dh_key_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def generate_dh_private_key_and_parameters(self, generator, key_size): + return self.generate_dh_private_key( + self.generate_dh_parameters(generator, key_size)) + + def load_dh_private_numbers(self, numbers): + parameter_numbers = numbers.public_numbers.parameter_numbers + + dh_cdata = self._lib.DH_new() + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.p) + g = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.g) + + if parameter_numbers.q is not None: + q = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.q) + else: + q = self._ffi.NULL + + pub_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.public_numbers.y) + priv_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.x) + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_pqg(dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_key(dh_cdata, pub_key, priv_key) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + codes = self._ffi.new("int[]", 1) + res = self._lib.Cryptography_DH_check(dh_cdata, codes) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + # DH_check will return DH_NOT_SUITABLE_GENERATOR if p % 24 does not + # equal 11 when the generator is 2 (a quadratic nonresidue). + # We want to ignore that error because p % 24 == 23 is also fine. + # Specifically, g is then a quadratic residue. Within the context of + # Diffie-Hellman this means it can only generate half the possible + # values. That sounds bad, but quadratic nonresidues leak a bit of + # the key to the attacker in exchange for having the full key space + # available. See: https://crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/12961 + if codes[0] != 0 and not ( + parameter_numbers.g == 2 and + codes[0] ^ self._lib.DH_NOT_SUITABLE_GENERATOR == 0 + ): + raise ValueError( + "DH private numbers did not pass safety checks." + ) + + evp_pkey = self._dh_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dh_cdata) + + return _DHPrivateKey(self, dh_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_dh_public_numbers(self, numbers): + dh_cdata = self._lib.DH_new() + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + + parameter_numbers = numbers.parameter_numbers + + p = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.p) + g = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.g) + + if parameter_numbers.q is not None: + q = self._int_to_bn(parameter_numbers.q) + else: + q = self._ffi.NULL + + pub_key = self._int_to_bn(numbers.y) + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_pqg(dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_key(dh_cdata, pub_key, self._ffi.NULL) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + evp_pkey = self._dh_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dh_cdata) + + return _DHPublicKey(self, dh_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def load_dh_parameter_numbers(self, numbers): + dh_cdata = self._lib.DH_new() + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(numbers.p) + g = self._int_to_bn(numbers.g) + + if numbers.q is not None: + q = self._int_to_bn(numbers.q) + else: + q = self._ffi.NULL + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_pqg(dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return _DHParameters(self, dh_cdata) + + def dh_parameters_supported(self, p, g, q=None): + dh_cdata = self._lib.DH_new() + self.openssl_assert(dh_cdata != self._ffi.NULL) + dh_cdata = self._ffi.gc(dh_cdata, self._lib.DH_free) + + p = self._int_to_bn(p) + g = self._int_to_bn(g) + + if q is not None: + q = self._int_to_bn(q) + else: + q = self._ffi.NULL + + res = self._lib.DH_set0_pqg(dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + codes = self._ffi.new("int[]", 1) + res = self._lib.Cryptography_DH_check(dh_cdata, codes) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return codes[0] == 0 + + def dh_x942_serialization_supported(self): + return self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX == 1 + + def x509_name_bytes(self, name): + x509_name = _encode_name_gc(self, name) + pp = self._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._lib.i2d_X509_NAME(x509_name, pp) + self.openssl_assert(pp[0] != self._ffi.NULL) + pp = self._ffi.gc( + pp, lambda pointer: self._lib.OPENSSL_free(pointer[0]) + ) + self.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return self._ffi.buffer(pp[0], res)[:] + + def x25519_load_public_bytes(self, data): + # When we drop support for CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111 we can + # switch this to EVP_PKEY_new_raw_public_key + if len(data) != 32: + raise ValueError("An X25519 public key is 32 bytes long") + + evp_pkey = self._create_evp_pkey_gc() + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set_type(evp_pkey, self._lib.NID_X25519) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_set1_tls_encodedpoint( + evp_pkey, data, len(data) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return _X25519PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def x25519_load_private_bytes(self, data): + # When we drop support for CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111 we can + # switch this to EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key and drop the + # zeroed_bytearray garbage. + # OpenSSL only has facilities for loading PKCS8 formatted private + # keys using the algorithm identifiers specified in + # https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-curdle-pkix-09. + # This is the standard PKCS8 prefix for a 32 byte X25519 key. + # The form is: + # 0:d=0 hl=2 l= 46 cons: SEQUENCE + # 2:d=1 hl=2 l= 1 prim: INTEGER :00 + # 5:d=1 hl=2 l= 5 cons: SEQUENCE + # 7:d=2 hl=2 l= 3 prim: OBJECT :1.3.101.110 + # 12:d=1 hl=2 l= 34 prim: OCTET STRING (the key) + # Of course there's a bit more complexity. In reality OCTET STRING + # contains an OCTET STRING of length 32! So the last two bytes here + # are \x04\x20, which is an OCTET STRING of length 32. + if len(data) != 32: + raise ValueError("An X25519 private key is 32 bytes long") + + pkcs8_prefix = b'0.\x02\x01\x000\x05\x06\x03+en\x04"\x04 ' + with self._zeroed_bytearray(48) as ba: + ba[0:16] = pkcs8_prefix + ba[16:] = data + bio = self._bytes_to_bio(ba) + evp_pkey = backend._lib.d2i_PrivateKey_bio(bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + self.openssl_assert( + self._lib.EVP_PKEY_id(evp_pkey) == self._lib.EVP_PKEY_X25519 + ) + return _X25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def _evp_pkey_keygen_gc(self, nid): + evp_pkey_ctx = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_new_id(nid, self._ffi.NULL) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey_ctx != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey_ctx = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey_ctx, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_free) + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_keygen_init(evp_pkey_ctx) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_ppkey = self._ffi.new("EVP_PKEY **") + res = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_keygen(evp_pkey_ctx, evp_ppkey) + self.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self.openssl_assert(evp_ppkey[0] != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_ppkey[0], self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return evp_pkey + + def x25519_generate_key(self): + evp_pkey = self._evp_pkey_keygen_gc(self._lib.NID_X25519) + return _X25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def x25519_supported(self): + return self._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_110_OR_GREATER + + def x448_load_public_bytes(self, data): + if len(data) != 56: + raise ValueError("An X448 public key is 56 bytes long") + + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_public_key( + self._lib.NID_X448, self._ffi.NULL, data, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return _X448PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def x448_load_private_bytes(self, data): + if len(data) != 56: + raise ValueError("An X448 private key is 56 bytes long") + + data_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(data) + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key( + self._lib.NID_X448, self._ffi.NULL, data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return _X448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def x448_generate_key(self): + evp_pkey = self._evp_pkey_keygen_gc(self._lib.NID_X448) + return _X448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def x448_supported(self): + return not self._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111 + + def ed25519_supported(self): + return not self._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111B + + def ed25519_load_public_bytes(self, data): + utils._check_bytes("data", data) + + if len(data) != ed25519._ED25519_KEY_SIZE: + raise ValueError("An Ed25519 public key is 32 bytes long") + + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_public_key( + self._lib.NID_ED25519, self._ffi.NULL, data, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + return _Ed25519PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def ed25519_load_private_bytes(self, data): + if len(data) != ed25519._ED25519_KEY_SIZE: + raise ValueError("An Ed25519 private key is 32 bytes long") + + utils._check_byteslike("data", data) + data_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(data) + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key( + self._lib.NID_ED25519, self._ffi.NULL, data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + return _Ed25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def ed25519_generate_key(self): + evp_pkey = self._evp_pkey_keygen_gc(self._lib.NID_ED25519) + return _Ed25519PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def ed448_supported(self): + return not self._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111B + + def ed448_load_public_bytes(self, data): + utils._check_bytes("data", data) + if len(data) != _ED448_KEY_SIZE: + raise ValueError("An Ed448 public key is 57 bytes long") + + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_public_key( + self._lib.NID_ED448, self._ffi.NULL, data, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + return _Ed448PublicKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def ed448_load_private_bytes(self, data): + utils._check_byteslike("data", data) + if len(data) != _ED448_KEY_SIZE: + raise ValueError("An Ed448 private key is 57 bytes long") + + data_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(data) + evp_pkey = self._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key( + self._lib.NID_ED448, self._ffi.NULL, data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey, self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + return _Ed448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def ed448_generate_key(self): + evp_pkey = self._evp_pkey_keygen_gc(self._lib.NID_ED448) + return _Ed448PrivateKey(self, evp_pkey) + + def derive_scrypt(self, key_material, salt, length, n, r, p): + buf = self._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", length) + key_material_ptr = self._ffi.from_buffer(key_material) + res = self._lib.EVP_PBE_scrypt( + key_material_ptr, len(key_material), salt, len(salt), n, r, p, + scrypt._MEM_LIMIT, buf, length + ) + if res != 1: + errors = self._consume_errors() + if not self._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111: + # This error is only added to the stack in 1.1.1+ + self.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, + self._lib.ERR_R_MALLOC_FAILURE + ) or + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, + self._lib.EVP_R_MEMORY_LIMIT_EXCEEDED + ) + ) + + # memory required formula explained here: + # https://blog.filippo.io/the-scrypt-parameters/ + min_memory = 128 * n * r // (1024**2) + raise MemoryError( + "Not enough memory to derive key. These parameters require" + " {} MB of memory.".format(min_memory) + ) + return self._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + + def aead_cipher_supported(self, cipher): + cipher_name = aead._aead_cipher_name(cipher) + return ( + self._lib.EVP_get_cipherbyname(cipher_name) != self._ffi.NULL + ) + + @contextlib.contextmanager + def _zeroed_bytearray(self, length): + """ + This method creates a bytearray, which we copy data into (hopefully + also from a mutable buffer that can be dynamically erased!), and then + zero when we're done. + """ + ba = bytearray(length) + try: + yield ba + finally: + self._zero_data(ba, length) + + def _zero_data(self, data, length): + # We clear things this way because at the moment we're not + # sure of a better way that can guarantee it overwrites the + # memory of a bytearray and doesn't just replace the underlying char *. + for i in range(length): + data[i] = 0 + + @contextlib.contextmanager + def _zeroed_null_terminated_buf(self, data): + """ + This method takes bytes, which can be a bytestring or a mutable + buffer like a bytearray, and yields a null-terminated version of that + data. This is required because PKCS12_parse doesn't take a length with + its password char * and ffi.from_buffer doesn't provide null + termination. So, to support zeroing the data via bytearray we + need to build this ridiculous construct that copies the memory, but + zeroes it after use. + """ + if data is None: + yield self._ffi.NULL + else: + data_len = len(data) + buf = self._ffi.new("char[]", data_len + 1) + self._ffi.memmove(buf, data, data_len) + try: + yield buf + finally: + # Cast to a uint8_t * so we can assign by integer + self._zero_data(self._ffi.cast("uint8_t *", buf), data_len) + + def load_key_and_certificates_from_pkcs12(self, data, password): + if password is not None: + utils._check_byteslike("password", password) + + bio = self._bytes_to_bio(data) + p12 = self._lib.d2i_PKCS12_bio(bio.bio, self._ffi.NULL) + if p12 == self._ffi.NULL: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Could not deserialize PKCS12 data") + + p12 = self._ffi.gc(p12, self._lib.PKCS12_free) + evp_pkey_ptr = self._ffi.new("EVP_PKEY **") + x509_ptr = self._ffi.new("X509 **") + sk_x509_ptr = self._ffi.new("Cryptography_STACK_OF_X509 **") + with self._zeroed_null_terminated_buf(password) as password_buf: + res = self._lib.PKCS12_parse( + p12, password_buf, evp_pkey_ptr, x509_ptr, sk_x509_ptr + ) + + if res == 0: + self._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Invalid password or PKCS12 data") + + cert = None + key = None + additional_certificates = [] + + if evp_pkey_ptr[0] != self._ffi.NULL: + evp_pkey = self._ffi.gc(evp_pkey_ptr[0], self._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + key = self._evp_pkey_to_private_key(evp_pkey) + + if x509_ptr[0] != self._ffi.NULL: + x509 = self._ffi.gc(x509_ptr[0], self._lib.X509_free) + cert = _Certificate(self, x509) + + if sk_x509_ptr[0] != self._ffi.NULL: + sk_x509 = self._ffi.gc(sk_x509_ptr[0], self._lib.sk_X509_free) + num = self._lib.sk_X509_num(sk_x509_ptr[0]) + for i in range(num): + x509 = self._lib.sk_X509_value(sk_x509, i) + x509 = self._ffi.gc(x509, self._lib.X509_free) + self.openssl_assert(x509 != self._ffi.NULL) + additional_certificates.append(_Certificate(self, x509)) + + return (key, cert, additional_certificates) + + def poly1305_supported(self): + return self._lib.Cryptography_HAS_POLY1305 == 1 + + def create_poly1305_ctx(self, key): + utils._check_byteslike("key", key) + if len(key) != _POLY1305_KEY_SIZE: + raise ValueError("A poly1305 key is 32 bytes long") + + return _Poly1305Context(self, key) + + +class GetCipherByName(object): + def __init__(self, fmt): + self._fmt = fmt + + def __call__(self, backend, cipher, mode): + cipher_name = self._fmt.format(cipher=cipher, mode=mode).lower() + return backend._lib.EVP_get_cipherbyname(cipher_name.encode("ascii")) + + +def _get_xts_cipher(backend, cipher, mode): + cipher_name = "aes-{}-xts".format(cipher.key_size // 2) + return backend._lib.EVP_get_cipherbyname(cipher_name.encode("ascii")) + + +backend = Backend() diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ciphers.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ciphers.py @@ -0,0 +1,229 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import InvalidTag, UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import ciphers +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers import modes + + +@utils.register_interface(ciphers.CipherContext) +@utils.register_interface(ciphers.AEADCipherContext) +@utils.register_interface(ciphers.AEADEncryptionContext) +@utils.register_interface(ciphers.AEADDecryptionContext) +class _CipherContext(object): + _ENCRYPT = 1 + _DECRYPT = 0 + + def __init__(self, backend, cipher, mode, operation): + self._backend = backend + self._cipher = cipher + self._mode = mode + self._operation = operation + self._tag = None + + if isinstance(self._cipher, ciphers.BlockCipherAlgorithm): + self._block_size_bytes = self._cipher.block_size // 8 + else: + self._block_size_bytes = 1 + + ctx = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_new() + ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + ctx, self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_free + ) + + registry = self._backend._cipher_registry + try: + adapter = registry[type(cipher), type(mode)] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "cipher {} in {} mode is not supported " + "by this backend.".format( + cipher.name, mode.name if mode else mode), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_CIPHER + ) + + evp_cipher = adapter(self._backend, cipher, mode) + if evp_cipher == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + msg = "cipher {0.name} ".format(cipher) + if mode is not None: + msg += "in {0.name} mode ".format(mode) + msg += ( + "is not supported by this backend (Your version of OpenSSL " + "may be too old. Current version: {}.)" + ).format(self._backend.openssl_version_text()) + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm(msg, _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_CIPHER) + + if isinstance(mode, modes.ModeWithInitializationVector): + iv_nonce = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer( + mode.initialization_vector + ) + elif isinstance(mode, modes.ModeWithTweak): + iv_nonce = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(mode.tweak) + elif isinstance(mode, modes.ModeWithNonce): + iv_nonce = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(mode.nonce) + elif isinstance(cipher, modes.ModeWithNonce): + iv_nonce = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(cipher.nonce) + else: + iv_nonce = self._backend._ffi.NULL + # begin init with cipher and operation type + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CipherInit_ex(ctx, evp_cipher, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + operation) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + # set the key length to handle variable key ciphers + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_set_key_length( + ctx, len(cipher.key) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + if isinstance(mode, modes.GCM): + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, self._backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_IVLEN, + len(iv_nonce), self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + if mode.tag is not None: + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + ctx, self._backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_TAG, + len(mode.tag), mode.tag + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._tag = mode.tag + elif ( + self._operation == self._DECRYPT and + self._backend._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_102 and + not self._backend._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_IS_LIBRESSL + ): + raise NotImplementedError( + "delayed passing of GCM tag requires OpenSSL >= 1.0.2." + " To use this feature please update OpenSSL" + ) + + # pass key/iv + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CipherInit_ex( + ctx, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(cipher.key), + iv_nonce, + operation + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + # We purposely disable padding here as it's handled higher up in the + # API. + self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_set_padding(ctx, 0) + self._ctx = ctx + + def update(self, data): + buf = bytearray(len(data) + self._block_size_bytes - 1) + n = self.update_into(data, buf) + return bytes(buf[:n]) + + def update_into(self, data, buf): + if len(buf) < (len(data) + self._block_size_bytes - 1): + raise ValueError( + "buffer must be at least {} bytes for this " + "payload".format(len(data) + self._block_size_bytes - 1) + ) + + buf = self._backend._ffi.cast( + "unsigned char *", self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(buf) + ) + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate( + self._ctx, buf, outlen, + self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(data), len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return outlen[0] + + def finalize(self): + # OpenSSL 1.0.1 on Ubuntu 12.04 (and possibly other distributions) + # appears to have a bug where you must make at least one call to update + # even if you are only using authenticate_additional_data or the + # GCM tag will be wrong. An (empty) call to update resolves this + # and is harmless for all other versions of OpenSSL. + if isinstance(self._mode, modes.GCM): + self.update(b"") + + if ( + self._operation == self._DECRYPT and + isinstance(self._mode, modes.ModeWithAuthenticationTag) and + self.tag is None + ): + raise ValueError( + "Authentication tag must be provided when decrypting." + ) + + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", self._block_size_bytes) + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CipherFinal_ex(self._ctx, buf, outlen) + if res == 0: + errors = self._backend._consume_errors() + + if not errors and isinstance(self._mode, modes.GCM): + raise InvalidTag + + self._backend.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + self._backend._lib.ERR_LIB_EVP, + self._backend._lib.EVP_R_DATA_NOT_MULTIPLE_OF_BLOCK_LENGTH + ) + ) + raise ValueError( + "The length of the provided data is not a multiple of " + "the block length." + ) + + if (isinstance(self._mode, modes.GCM) and + self._operation == self._ENCRYPT): + tag_buf = self._backend._ffi.new( + "unsigned char[]", self._block_size_bytes + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + self._ctx, self._backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_GET_TAG, + self._block_size_bytes, tag_buf + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._tag = self._backend._ffi.buffer(tag_buf)[:] + + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_cleanup(self._ctx) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:outlen[0]] + + def finalize_with_tag(self, tag): + if ( + self._backend._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_102 and + not self._backend._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_IS_LIBRESSL + ): + raise NotImplementedError( + "finalize_with_tag requires OpenSSL >= 1.0.2. To use this " + "method please update OpenSSL" + ) + if len(tag) < self._mode._min_tag_length: + raise ValueError( + "Authentication tag must be {} bytes or longer.".format( + self._mode._min_tag_length) + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CIPHER_CTX_ctrl( + self._ctx, self._backend._lib.EVP_CTRL_AEAD_SET_TAG, + len(tag), tag + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._tag = tag + return self.finalize() + + def authenticate_additional_data(self, data): + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("int *") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_CipherUpdate( + self._ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, outlen, + self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(data), len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + tag = utils.read_only_property("_tag") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/cmac.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/cmac.py @@ -0,0 +1,81 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import ( + InvalidSignature, UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import constant_time +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.ciphers.modes import CBC + + +class _CMACContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, algorithm, ctx=None): + if not backend.cmac_algorithm_supported(algorithm): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm("This backend does not support CMAC.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_CIPHER) + + self._backend = backend + self._key = algorithm.key + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._output_length = algorithm.block_size // 8 + + if ctx is None: + registry = self._backend._cipher_registry + adapter = registry[type(algorithm), CBC] + + evp_cipher = adapter(self._backend, algorithm, CBC) + + ctx = self._backend._lib.CMAC_CTX_new() + + self._backend.openssl_assert(ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc(ctx, self._backend._lib.CMAC_CTX_free) + + key_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(self._key) + res = self._backend._lib.CMAC_Init( + ctx, key_ptr, len(self._key), + evp_cipher, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + self._ctx = ctx + + algorithm = utils.read_only_property("_algorithm") + + def update(self, data): + res = self._backend._lib.CMAC_Update(self._ctx, data, len(data)) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + def finalize(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", self._output_length) + length = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", self._output_length) + res = self._backend._lib.CMAC_Final( + self._ctx, buf, length + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + self._ctx = None + + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + + def copy(self): + copied_ctx = self._backend._lib.CMAC_CTX_new() + copied_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + copied_ctx, self._backend._lib.CMAC_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.CMAC_CTX_copy( + copied_ctx, self._ctx + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return _CMACContext( + self._backend, self._algorithm, ctx=copied_ctx + ) + + def verify(self, signature): + digest = self.finalize() + if not constant_time.bytes_eq(digest, signature): + raise InvalidSignature("Signature did not match digest.") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/decode_asn1.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/decode_asn1.py @@ -0,0 +1,899 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import datetime +import ipaddress + +import asn1crypto.core + +import six + +from cryptography import x509 +from cryptography.x509.extensions import _TLS_FEATURE_TYPE_TO_ENUM +from cryptography.x509.name import _ASN1_TYPE_TO_ENUM +from cryptography.x509.oid import ( + CRLEntryExtensionOID, CertificatePoliciesOID, ExtensionOID, + OCSPExtensionOID, +) + + +class _Integers(asn1crypto.core.SequenceOf): + _child_spec = asn1crypto.core.Integer + + +def _obj2txt(backend, obj): + # Set to 80 on the recommendation of + # https://www.openssl.org/docs/crypto/OBJ_nid2ln.html#return_values + # + # But OIDs longer than this occur in real life (e.g. Active + # Directory makes some very long OIDs). So we need to detect + # and properly handle the case where the default buffer is not + # big enough. + # + buf_len = 80 + buf = backend._ffi.new("char[]", buf_len) + + # 'res' is the number of bytes that *would* be written if the + # buffer is large enough. If 'res' > buf_len - 1, we need to + # alloc a big-enough buffer and go again. + res = backend._lib.OBJ_obj2txt(buf, buf_len, obj, 1) + if res > buf_len - 1: # account for terminating null byte + buf_len = res + 1 + buf = backend._ffi.new("char[]", buf_len) + res = backend._lib.OBJ_obj2txt(buf, buf_len, obj, 1) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf, res)[:].decode() + + +def _decode_x509_name_entry(backend, x509_name_entry): + obj = backend._lib.X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_object(x509_name_entry) + backend.openssl_assert(obj != backend._ffi.NULL) + data = backend._lib.X509_NAME_ENTRY_get_data(x509_name_entry) + backend.openssl_assert(data != backend._ffi.NULL) + value = _asn1_string_to_utf8(backend, data) + oid = _obj2txt(backend, obj) + type = _ASN1_TYPE_TO_ENUM[data.type] + + return x509.NameAttribute(x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid), value, type) + + +def _decode_x509_name(backend, x509_name): + count = backend._lib.X509_NAME_entry_count(x509_name) + attributes = [] + prev_set_id = -1 + for x in range(count): + entry = backend._lib.X509_NAME_get_entry(x509_name, x) + attribute = _decode_x509_name_entry(backend, entry) + set_id = backend._lib.Cryptography_X509_NAME_ENTRY_set(entry) + if set_id != prev_set_id: + attributes.append(set([attribute])) + else: + # is in the same RDN a previous entry + attributes[-1].add(attribute) + prev_set_id = set_id + + return x509.Name(x509.RelativeDistinguishedName(rdn) for rdn in attributes) + + +def _decode_general_names(backend, gns): + num = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_NAME_num(gns) + names = [] + for i in range(num): + gn = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_NAME_value(gns, i) + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + names.append(_decode_general_name(backend, gn)) + + return names + + +def _decode_general_name(backend, gn): + if gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_DNS: + # Convert to bytes and then decode to utf8. We don't use + # asn1_string_to_utf8 here because it doesn't properly convert + # utf8 from ia5strings. + data = _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, gn.d.dNSName).decode("utf8") + # We don't use the constructor for DNSName so we can bypass validation + # This allows us to create DNSName objects that have unicode chars + # when a certificate (against the RFC) contains them. + return x509.DNSName._init_without_validation(data) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_URI: + # Convert to bytes and then decode to utf8. We don't use + # asn1_string_to_utf8 here because it doesn't properly convert + # utf8 from ia5strings. + data = _asn1_string_to_bytes( + backend, gn.d.uniformResourceIdentifier + ).decode("utf8") + # We don't use the constructor for URI so we can bypass validation + # This allows us to create URI objects that have unicode chars + # when a certificate (against the RFC) contains them. + return x509.UniformResourceIdentifier._init_without_validation(data) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_RID: + oid = _obj2txt(backend, gn.d.registeredID) + return x509.RegisteredID(x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid)) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_IPADD: + data = _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, gn.d.iPAddress) + data_len = len(data) + if data_len == 8 or data_len == 32: + # This is an IPv4 or IPv6 Network and not a single IP. This + # type of data appears in Name Constraints. Unfortunately, + # ipaddress doesn't support packed bytes + netmask. Additionally, + # IPv6Network can only handle CIDR rather than the full 16 byte + # netmask. To handle this we convert the netmask to integer, then + # find the first 0 bit, which will be the prefix. If another 1 + # bit is present after that the netmask is invalid. + base = ipaddress.ip_address(data[:data_len // 2]) + netmask = ipaddress.ip_address(data[data_len // 2:]) + bits = bin(int(netmask))[2:] + prefix = bits.find('0') + # If no 0 bits are found it is a /32 or /128 + if prefix == -1: + prefix = len(bits) + + if "1" in bits[prefix:]: + raise ValueError("Invalid netmask") + + ip = ipaddress.ip_network(base.exploded + u"/{}".format(prefix)) + else: + ip = ipaddress.ip_address(data) + + return x509.IPAddress(ip) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_DIRNAME: + return x509.DirectoryName( + _decode_x509_name(backend, gn.d.directoryName) + ) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_EMAIL: + # Convert to bytes and then decode to utf8. We don't use + # asn1_string_to_utf8 here because it doesn't properly convert + # utf8 from ia5strings. + data = _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, gn.d.rfc822Name).decode("utf8") + # We don't use the constructor for RFC822Name so we can bypass + # validation. This allows us to create RFC822Name objects that have + # unicode chars when a certificate (against the RFC) contains them. + return x509.RFC822Name._init_without_validation(data) + elif gn.type == backend._lib.GEN_OTHERNAME: + type_id = _obj2txt(backend, gn.d.otherName.type_id) + value = _asn1_to_der(backend, gn.d.otherName.value) + return x509.OtherName(x509.ObjectIdentifier(type_id), value) + else: + # x400Address or ediPartyName + raise x509.UnsupportedGeneralNameType( + "{} is not a supported type".format( + x509._GENERAL_NAMES.get(gn.type, gn.type) + ), + gn.type + ) + + +def _decode_ocsp_no_check(backend, ext): + return x509.OCSPNoCheck() + + +def _decode_crl_number(backend, ext): + asn1_int = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_INTEGER *", ext) + asn1_int = backend._ffi.gc(asn1_int, backend._lib.ASN1_INTEGER_free) + return x509.CRLNumber(_asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int)) + + +def _decode_delta_crl_indicator(backend, ext): + asn1_int = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_INTEGER *", ext) + asn1_int = backend._ffi.gc(asn1_int, backend._lib.ASN1_INTEGER_free) + return x509.DeltaCRLIndicator(_asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int)) + + +class _X509ExtensionParser(object): + def __init__(self, ext_count, get_ext, handlers): + self.ext_count = ext_count + self.get_ext = get_ext + self.handlers = handlers + + def parse(self, backend, x509_obj): + extensions = [] + seen_oids = set() + for i in range(self.ext_count(backend, x509_obj)): + ext = self.get_ext(backend, x509_obj, i) + backend.openssl_assert(ext != backend._ffi.NULL) + crit = backend._lib.X509_EXTENSION_get_critical(ext) + critical = crit == 1 + oid = x509.ObjectIdentifier( + _obj2txt(backend, backend._lib.X509_EXTENSION_get_object(ext)) + ) + if oid in seen_oids: + raise x509.DuplicateExtension( + "Duplicate {} extension found".format(oid), oid + ) + + # These OIDs are only supported in OpenSSL 1.1.0+ but we want + # to support them in all versions of OpenSSL so we decode them + # ourselves. + if oid == ExtensionOID.TLS_FEATURE: + data = backend._lib.X509_EXTENSION_get_data(ext) + parsed = _Integers.load(_asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, data)) + value = x509.TLSFeature( + [_TLS_FEATURE_TYPE_TO_ENUM[x.native] for x in parsed] + ) + extensions.append(x509.Extension(oid, critical, value)) + seen_oids.add(oid) + continue + elif oid == ExtensionOID.PRECERT_POISON: + data = backend._lib.X509_EXTENSION_get_data(ext) + parsed = asn1crypto.core.Null.load( + _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, data) + ) + assert parsed == asn1crypto.core.Null() + extensions.append(x509.Extension( + oid, critical, x509.PrecertPoison() + )) + seen_oids.add(oid) + continue + + try: + handler = self.handlers[oid] + except KeyError: + # Dump the DER payload into an UnrecognizedExtension object + data = backend._lib.X509_EXTENSION_get_data(ext) + backend.openssl_assert(data != backend._ffi.NULL) + der = backend._ffi.buffer(data.data, data.length)[:] + unrecognized = x509.UnrecognizedExtension(oid, der) + extensions.append( + x509.Extension(oid, critical, unrecognized) + ) + else: + ext_data = backend._lib.X509V3_EXT_d2i(ext) + if ext_data == backend._ffi.NULL: + backend._consume_errors() + raise ValueError( + "The {} extension is invalid and can't be " + "parsed".format(oid) + ) + + value = handler(backend, ext_data) + extensions.append(x509.Extension(oid, critical, value)) + + seen_oids.add(oid) + + return x509.Extensions(extensions) + + +def _decode_certificate_policies(backend, cp): + cp = backend._ffi.cast("Cryptography_STACK_OF_POLICYINFO *", cp) + cp = backend._ffi.gc(cp, backend._lib.CERTIFICATEPOLICIES_free) + + num = backend._lib.sk_POLICYINFO_num(cp) + certificate_policies = [] + for i in range(num): + qualifiers = None + pi = backend._lib.sk_POLICYINFO_value(cp, i) + oid = x509.ObjectIdentifier(_obj2txt(backend, pi.policyid)) + if pi.qualifiers != backend._ffi.NULL: + qnum = backend._lib.sk_POLICYQUALINFO_num(pi.qualifiers) + qualifiers = [] + for j in range(qnum): + pqi = backend._lib.sk_POLICYQUALINFO_value( + pi.qualifiers, j + ) + pqualid = x509.ObjectIdentifier( + _obj2txt(backend, pqi.pqualid) + ) + if pqualid == CertificatePoliciesOID.CPS_QUALIFIER: + cpsuri = backend._ffi.buffer( + pqi.d.cpsuri.data, pqi.d.cpsuri.length + )[:].decode('ascii') + qualifiers.append(cpsuri) + else: + assert pqualid == CertificatePoliciesOID.CPS_USER_NOTICE + user_notice = _decode_user_notice( + backend, pqi.d.usernotice + ) + qualifiers.append(user_notice) + + certificate_policies.append( + x509.PolicyInformation(oid, qualifiers) + ) + + return x509.CertificatePolicies(certificate_policies) + + +def _decode_user_notice(backend, un): + explicit_text = None + notice_reference = None + + if un.exptext != backend._ffi.NULL: + explicit_text = _asn1_string_to_utf8(backend, un.exptext) + + if un.noticeref != backend._ffi.NULL: + organization = _asn1_string_to_utf8( + backend, un.noticeref.organization + ) + + num = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_INTEGER_num( + un.noticeref.noticenos + ) + notice_numbers = [] + for i in range(num): + asn1_int = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_INTEGER_value( + un.noticeref.noticenos, i + ) + notice_num = _asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int) + notice_numbers.append(notice_num) + + notice_reference = x509.NoticeReference( + organization, notice_numbers + ) + + return x509.UserNotice(notice_reference, explicit_text) + + +def _decode_basic_constraints(backend, bc_st): + basic_constraints = backend._ffi.cast("BASIC_CONSTRAINTS *", bc_st) + basic_constraints = backend._ffi.gc( + basic_constraints, backend._lib.BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_free + ) + # The byte representation of an ASN.1 boolean true is \xff. OpenSSL + # chooses to just map this to its ordinal value, so true is 255 and + # false is 0. + ca = basic_constraints.ca == 255 + path_length = _asn1_integer_to_int_or_none( + backend, basic_constraints.pathlen + ) + + return x509.BasicConstraints(ca, path_length) + + +def _decode_subject_key_identifier(backend, asn1_string): + asn1_string = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_OCTET_STRING *", asn1_string) + asn1_string = backend._ffi.gc( + asn1_string, backend._lib.ASN1_OCTET_STRING_free + ) + return x509.SubjectKeyIdentifier( + backend._ffi.buffer(asn1_string.data, asn1_string.length)[:] + ) + + +def _decode_authority_key_identifier(backend, akid): + akid = backend._ffi.cast("AUTHORITY_KEYID *", akid) + akid = backend._ffi.gc(akid, backend._lib.AUTHORITY_KEYID_free) + key_identifier = None + authority_cert_issuer = None + + if akid.keyid != backend._ffi.NULL: + key_identifier = backend._ffi.buffer( + akid.keyid.data, akid.keyid.length + )[:] + + if akid.issuer != backend._ffi.NULL: + authority_cert_issuer = _decode_general_names( + backend, akid.issuer + ) + + authority_cert_serial_number = _asn1_integer_to_int_or_none( + backend, akid.serial + ) + + return x509.AuthorityKeyIdentifier( + key_identifier, authority_cert_issuer, authority_cert_serial_number + ) + + +def _decode_authority_information_access(backend, aia): + aia = backend._ffi.cast("Cryptography_STACK_OF_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION *", aia) + aia = backend._ffi.gc( + aia, + lambda x: backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_pop_free( + x, backend._ffi.addressof( + backend._lib._original_lib, "ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_free" + ) + ) + ) + num = backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_num(aia) + access_descriptions = [] + for i in range(num): + ad = backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_value(aia, i) + backend.openssl_assert(ad.method != backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = x509.ObjectIdentifier(_obj2txt(backend, ad.method)) + backend.openssl_assert(ad.location != backend._ffi.NULL) + gn = _decode_general_name(backend, ad.location) + access_descriptions.append(x509.AccessDescription(oid, gn)) + + return x509.AuthorityInformationAccess(access_descriptions) + + +def _decode_key_usage(backend, bit_string): + bit_string = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_BIT_STRING *", bit_string) + bit_string = backend._ffi.gc(bit_string, backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_free) + get_bit = backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_get_bit + digital_signature = get_bit(bit_string, 0) == 1 + content_commitment = get_bit(bit_string, 1) == 1 + key_encipherment = get_bit(bit_string, 2) == 1 + data_encipherment = get_bit(bit_string, 3) == 1 + key_agreement = get_bit(bit_string, 4) == 1 + key_cert_sign = get_bit(bit_string, 5) == 1 + crl_sign = get_bit(bit_string, 6) == 1 + encipher_only = get_bit(bit_string, 7) == 1 + decipher_only = get_bit(bit_string, 8) == 1 + return x509.KeyUsage( + digital_signature, + content_commitment, + key_encipherment, + data_encipherment, + key_agreement, + key_cert_sign, + crl_sign, + encipher_only, + decipher_only + ) + + +def _decode_general_names_extension(backend, gns): + gns = backend._ffi.cast("GENERAL_NAMES *", gns) + gns = backend._ffi.gc(gns, backend._lib.GENERAL_NAMES_free) + general_names = _decode_general_names(backend, gns) + return general_names + + +def _decode_subject_alt_name(backend, ext): + return x509.SubjectAlternativeName( + _decode_general_names_extension(backend, ext) + ) + + +def _decode_issuer_alt_name(backend, ext): + return x509.IssuerAlternativeName( + _decode_general_names_extension(backend, ext) + ) + + +def _decode_name_constraints(backend, nc): + nc = backend._ffi.cast("NAME_CONSTRAINTS *", nc) + nc = backend._ffi.gc(nc, backend._lib.NAME_CONSTRAINTS_free) + permitted = _decode_general_subtrees(backend, nc.permittedSubtrees) + excluded = _decode_general_subtrees(backend, nc.excludedSubtrees) + return x509.NameConstraints( + permitted_subtrees=permitted, excluded_subtrees=excluded + ) + + +def _decode_general_subtrees(backend, stack_subtrees): + if stack_subtrees == backend._ffi.NULL: + return None + + num = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_SUBTREE_num(stack_subtrees) + subtrees = [] + + for i in range(num): + obj = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_SUBTREE_value(stack_subtrees, i) + backend.openssl_assert(obj != backend._ffi.NULL) + name = _decode_general_name(backend, obj.base) + subtrees.append(name) + + return subtrees + + +def _decode_issuing_dist_point(backend, idp): + idp = backend._ffi.cast("ISSUING_DIST_POINT *", idp) + idp = backend._ffi.gc(idp, backend._lib.ISSUING_DIST_POINT_free) + if idp.distpoint != backend._ffi.NULL: + full_name, relative_name = _decode_distpoint(backend, idp.distpoint) + else: + full_name = None + relative_name = None + + only_user = idp.onlyuser == 255 + only_ca = idp.onlyCA == 255 + indirect_crl = idp.indirectCRL == 255 + only_attr = idp.onlyattr == 255 + if idp.onlysomereasons != backend._ffi.NULL: + only_some_reasons = _decode_reasons(backend, idp.onlysomereasons) + else: + only_some_reasons = None + + return x509.IssuingDistributionPoint( + full_name, relative_name, only_user, only_ca, only_some_reasons, + indirect_crl, only_attr + ) + + +def _decode_policy_constraints(backend, pc): + pc = backend._ffi.cast("POLICY_CONSTRAINTS *", pc) + pc = backend._ffi.gc(pc, backend._lib.POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_free) + + require_explicit_policy = _asn1_integer_to_int_or_none( + backend, pc.requireExplicitPolicy + ) + inhibit_policy_mapping = _asn1_integer_to_int_or_none( + backend, pc.inhibitPolicyMapping + ) + + return x509.PolicyConstraints( + require_explicit_policy, inhibit_policy_mapping + ) + + +def _decode_extended_key_usage(backend, sk): + sk = backend._ffi.cast("Cryptography_STACK_OF_ASN1_OBJECT *", sk) + sk = backend._ffi.gc(sk, backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_free) + num = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_num(sk) + ekus = [] + + for i in range(num): + obj = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_value(sk, i) + backend.openssl_assert(obj != backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = x509.ObjectIdentifier(_obj2txt(backend, obj)) + ekus.append(oid) + + return x509.ExtendedKeyUsage(ekus) + + +_DISTPOINT_TYPE_FULLNAME = 0 +_DISTPOINT_TYPE_RELATIVENAME = 1 + + +def _decode_dist_points(backend, cdps): + cdps = backend._ffi.cast("Cryptography_STACK_OF_DIST_POINT *", cdps) + cdps = backend._ffi.gc(cdps, backend._lib.CRL_DIST_POINTS_free) + + num = backend._lib.sk_DIST_POINT_num(cdps) + dist_points = [] + for i in range(num): + full_name = None + relative_name = None + crl_issuer = None + reasons = None + cdp = backend._lib.sk_DIST_POINT_value(cdps, i) + if cdp.reasons != backend._ffi.NULL: + reasons = _decode_reasons(backend, cdp.reasons) + + if cdp.CRLissuer != backend._ffi.NULL: + crl_issuer = _decode_general_names(backend, cdp.CRLissuer) + + # Certificates may have a crl_issuer/reasons and no distribution + # point so make sure it's not null. + if cdp.distpoint != backend._ffi.NULL: + full_name, relative_name = _decode_distpoint( + backend, cdp.distpoint + ) + + dist_points.append( + x509.DistributionPoint( + full_name, relative_name, reasons, crl_issuer + ) + ) + + return dist_points + + +# ReasonFlags ::= BIT STRING { +# unused (0), +# keyCompromise (1), +# cACompromise (2), +# affiliationChanged (3), +# superseded (4), +# cessationOfOperation (5), +# certificateHold (6), +# privilegeWithdrawn (7), +# aACompromise (8) } +_REASON_BIT_MAPPING = { + 1: x509.ReasonFlags.key_compromise, + 2: x509.ReasonFlags.ca_compromise, + 3: x509.ReasonFlags.affiliation_changed, + 4: x509.ReasonFlags.superseded, + 5: x509.ReasonFlags.cessation_of_operation, + 6: x509.ReasonFlags.certificate_hold, + 7: x509.ReasonFlags.privilege_withdrawn, + 8: x509.ReasonFlags.aa_compromise, +} + + +def _decode_reasons(backend, reasons): + # We will check each bit from RFC 5280 + enum_reasons = [] + for bit_position, reason in six.iteritems(_REASON_BIT_MAPPING): + if backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_get_bit(reasons, bit_position): + enum_reasons.append(reason) + + return frozenset(enum_reasons) + + +def _decode_distpoint(backend, distpoint): + if distpoint.type == _DISTPOINT_TYPE_FULLNAME: + full_name = _decode_general_names(backend, distpoint.name.fullname) + return full_name, None + + # OpenSSL code doesn't test for a specific type for + # relativename, everything that isn't fullname is considered + # relativename. Per RFC 5280: + # + # DistributionPointName ::= CHOICE { + # fullName [0] GeneralNames, + # nameRelativeToCRLIssuer [1] RelativeDistinguishedName } + rns = distpoint.name.relativename + rnum = backend._lib.sk_X509_NAME_ENTRY_num(rns) + attributes = set() + for i in range(rnum): + rn = backend._lib.sk_X509_NAME_ENTRY_value( + rns, i + ) + backend.openssl_assert(rn != backend._ffi.NULL) + attributes.add( + _decode_x509_name_entry(backend, rn) + ) + + relative_name = x509.RelativeDistinguishedName(attributes) + + return None, relative_name + + +def _decode_crl_distribution_points(backend, cdps): + dist_points = _decode_dist_points(backend, cdps) + return x509.CRLDistributionPoints(dist_points) + + +def _decode_freshest_crl(backend, cdps): + dist_points = _decode_dist_points(backend, cdps) + return x509.FreshestCRL(dist_points) + + +def _decode_inhibit_any_policy(backend, asn1_int): + asn1_int = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_INTEGER *", asn1_int) + asn1_int = backend._ffi.gc(asn1_int, backend._lib.ASN1_INTEGER_free) + skip_certs = _asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int) + return x509.InhibitAnyPolicy(skip_certs) + + +def _decode_precert_signed_certificate_timestamps(backend, asn1_scts): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.x509 import ( + _SignedCertificateTimestamp + ) + asn1_scts = backend._ffi.cast("Cryptography_STACK_OF_SCT *", asn1_scts) + asn1_scts = backend._ffi.gc(asn1_scts, backend._lib.SCT_LIST_free) + + scts = [] + for i in range(backend._lib.sk_SCT_num(asn1_scts)): + sct = backend._lib.sk_SCT_value(asn1_scts, i) + + scts.append(_SignedCertificateTimestamp(backend, asn1_scts, sct)) + return x509.PrecertificateSignedCertificateTimestamps(scts) + + +# CRLReason ::= ENUMERATED { +# unspecified (0), +# keyCompromise (1), +# cACompromise (2), +# affiliationChanged (3), +# superseded (4), +# cessationOfOperation (5), +# certificateHold (6), +# -- value 7 is not used +# removeFromCRL (8), +# privilegeWithdrawn (9), +# aACompromise (10) } +_CRL_ENTRY_REASON_CODE_TO_ENUM = { + 0: x509.ReasonFlags.unspecified, + 1: x509.ReasonFlags.key_compromise, + 2: x509.ReasonFlags.ca_compromise, + 3: x509.ReasonFlags.affiliation_changed, + 4: x509.ReasonFlags.superseded, + 5: x509.ReasonFlags.cessation_of_operation, + 6: x509.ReasonFlags.certificate_hold, + 8: x509.ReasonFlags.remove_from_crl, + 9: x509.ReasonFlags.privilege_withdrawn, + 10: x509.ReasonFlags.aa_compromise, +} + + +_CRL_ENTRY_REASON_ENUM_TO_CODE = { + x509.ReasonFlags.unspecified: 0, + x509.ReasonFlags.key_compromise: 1, + x509.ReasonFlags.ca_compromise: 2, + x509.ReasonFlags.affiliation_changed: 3, + x509.ReasonFlags.superseded: 4, + x509.ReasonFlags.cessation_of_operation: 5, + x509.ReasonFlags.certificate_hold: 6, + x509.ReasonFlags.remove_from_crl: 8, + x509.ReasonFlags.privilege_withdrawn: 9, + x509.ReasonFlags.aa_compromise: 10 +} + + +def _decode_crl_reason(backend, enum): + enum = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_ENUMERATED *", enum) + enum = backend._ffi.gc(enum, backend._lib.ASN1_ENUMERATED_free) + code = backend._lib.ASN1_ENUMERATED_get(enum) + + try: + return x509.CRLReason(_CRL_ENTRY_REASON_CODE_TO_ENUM[code]) + except KeyError: + raise ValueError("Unsupported reason code: {}".format(code)) + + +def _decode_invalidity_date(backend, inv_date): + generalized_time = backend._ffi.cast( + "ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME *", inv_date + ) + generalized_time = backend._ffi.gc( + generalized_time, backend._lib.ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME_free + ) + return x509.InvalidityDate( + _parse_asn1_generalized_time(backend, generalized_time) + ) + + +def _decode_cert_issuer(backend, gns): + gns = backend._ffi.cast("GENERAL_NAMES *", gns) + gns = backend._ffi.gc(gns, backend._lib.GENERAL_NAMES_free) + general_names = _decode_general_names(backend, gns) + return x509.CertificateIssuer(general_names) + + +def _asn1_to_der(backend, asn1_type): + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = backend._lib.i2d_ASN1_TYPE(asn1_type, buf) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 0) + backend.openssl_assert(buf[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + buf = backend._ffi.gc( + buf, lambda buffer: backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(buffer[0]) + ) + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf[0], res)[:] + + +def _asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int): + bn = backend._lib.ASN1_INTEGER_to_BN(asn1_int, backend._ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(bn != backend._ffi.NULL) + bn = backend._ffi.gc(bn, backend._lib.BN_free) + return backend._bn_to_int(bn) + + +def _asn1_integer_to_int_or_none(backend, asn1_int): + if asn1_int == backend._ffi.NULL: + return None + else: + return _asn1_integer_to_int(backend, asn1_int) + + +def _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, asn1_string): + return backend._ffi.buffer(asn1_string.data, asn1_string.length)[:] + + +def _asn1_string_to_ascii(backend, asn1_string): + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, asn1_string).decode("ascii") + + +def _asn1_string_to_utf8(backend, asn1_string): + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = backend._lib.ASN1_STRING_to_UTF8(buf, asn1_string) + if res == -1: + raise ValueError( + "Unsupported ASN1 string type. Type: {}".format(asn1_string.type) + ) + + backend.openssl_assert(buf[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + buf = backend._ffi.gc( + buf, lambda buffer: backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(buffer[0]) + ) + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf[0], res)[:].decode('utf8') + + +def _parse_asn1_time(backend, asn1_time): + backend.openssl_assert(asn1_time != backend._ffi.NULL) + generalized_time = backend._lib.ASN1_TIME_to_generalizedtime( + asn1_time, backend._ffi.NULL + ) + if generalized_time == backend._ffi.NULL: + raise ValueError( + "Couldn't parse ASN.1 time as generalizedtime {!r}".format( + _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, asn1_time) + ) + ) + + generalized_time = backend._ffi.gc( + generalized_time, backend._lib.ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME_free + ) + return _parse_asn1_generalized_time(backend, generalized_time) + + +def _parse_asn1_generalized_time(backend, generalized_time): + time = _asn1_string_to_ascii( + backend, backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_STRING *", generalized_time) + ) + return datetime.datetime.strptime(time, "%Y%m%d%H%M%SZ") + + +def _decode_nonce(backend, nonce): + nonce = backend._ffi.cast("ASN1_OCTET_STRING *", nonce) + nonce = backend._ffi.gc(nonce, backend._lib.ASN1_OCTET_STRING_free) + return x509.OCSPNonce(_asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, nonce)) + + +_EXTENSION_HANDLERS_NO_SCT = { + ExtensionOID.BASIC_CONSTRAINTS: _decode_basic_constraints, + ExtensionOID.SUBJECT_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _decode_subject_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.KEY_USAGE: _decode_key_usage, + ExtensionOID.SUBJECT_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _decode_subject_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE: _decode_extended_key_usage, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _decode_authority_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_INFORMATION_ACCESS: ( + _decode_authority_information_access + ), + ExtensionOID.CERTIFICATE_POLICIES: _decode_certificate_policies, + ExtensionOID.CRL_DISTRIBUTION_POINTS: _decode_crl_distribution_points, + ExtensionOID.FRESHEST_CRL: _decode_freshest_crl, + ExtensionOID.OCSP_NO_CHECK: _decode_ocsp_no_check, + ExtensionOID.INHIBIT_ANY_POLICY: _decode_inhibit_any_policy, + ExtensionOID.ISSUER_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _decode_issuer_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.NAME_CONSTRAINTS: _decode_name_constraints, + ExtensionOID.POLICY_CONSTRAINTS: _decode_policy_constraints, +} +_EXTENSION_HANDLERS = _EXTENSION_HANDLERS_NO_SCT.copy() +_EXTENSION_HANDLERS[ + ExtensionOID.PRECERT_SIGNED_CERTIFICATE_TIMESTAMPS +] = _decode_precert_signed_certificate_timestamps + + +_REVOKED_EXTENSION_HANDLERS = { + CRLEntryExtensionOID.CRL_REASON: _decode_crl_reason, + CRLEntryExtensionOID.INVALIDITY_DATE: _decode_invalidity_date, + CRLEntryExtensionOID.CERTIFICATE_ISSUER: _decode_cert_issuer, +} + +_CRL_EXTENSION_HANDLERS = { + ExtensionOID.CRL_NUMBER: _decode_crl_number, + ExtensionOID.DELTA_CRL_INDICATOR: _decode_delta_crl_indicator, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _decode_authority_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.ISSUER_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _decode_issuer_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_INFORMATION_ACCESS: ( + _decode_authority_information_access + ), + ExtensionOID.ISSUING_DISTRIBUTION_POINT: _decode_issuing_dist_point, +} + +_OCSP_REQ_EXTENSION_HANDLERS = { + OCSPExtensionOID.NONCE: _decode_nonce, +} + +_OCSP_BASICRESP_EXTENSION_HANDLERS = { + OCSPExtensionOID.NONCE: _decode_nonce, +} + +_CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER_NO_SCT = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.X509_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.X509_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_EXTENSION_HANDLERS_NO_SCT +) + +_CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.X509_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.X509_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_EXTENSION_HANDLERS +) + +_CSR_EXTENSION_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_num(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_value(x, i), + handlers=_EXTENSION_HANDLERS +) + +_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.X509_REVOKED_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.X509_REVOKED_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_REVOKED_EXTENSION_HANDLERS, +) + +_CRL_EXTENSION_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_CRL_EXTENSION_HANDLERS, +) + +_OCSP_REQ_EXT_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.OCSP_REQUEST_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_OCSP_REQ_EXTENSION_HANDLERS, +) + +_OCSP_BASICRESP_EXT_PARSER = _X509ExtensionParser( + ext_count=lambda backend, x: backend._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_get_ext_count(x), + get_ext=lambda backend, x, i: backend._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_get_ext(x, i), + handlers=_OCSP_BASICRESP_EXTENSION_HANDLERS, +) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/dh.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/dh.py @@ -0,0 +1,280 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import dh + + +def _dh_params_dup(dh_cdata, backend): + lib = backend._lib + ffi = backend._ffi + + param_cdata = lib.DHparams_dup(dh_cdata) + backend.openssl_assert(param_cdata != ffi.NULL) + param_cdata = ffi.gc(param_cdata, lib.DH_free) + if lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_102: + # In OpenSSL versions < 1.0.2 or libressl DHparams_dup don't copy q + q = ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + lib.DH_get0_pqg(dh_cdata, ffi.NULL, q, ffi.NULL) + q_dup = lib.BN_dup(q[0]) + res = lib.DH_set0_pqg(param_cdata, ffi.NULL, q_dup, ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return param_cdata + + +def _dh_cdata_to_parameters(dh_cdata, backend): + param_cdata = _dh_params_dup(dh_cdata, backend) + return _DHParameters(backend, param_cdata) + + +@utils.register_interface(dh.DHParametersWithSerialization) +class _DHParameters(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dh_cdata): + self._backend = backend + self._dh_cdata = dh_cdata + + def parameter_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + q_val = None + else: + q_val = self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]) + return dh.DHParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]), + q=q_val + ) + + def generate_private_key(self): + return self._backend.generate_dh_private_key(self) + + def parameter_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if format is not serialization.ParameterFormat.PKCS3: + raise ValueError( + "Only PKCS3 serialization is supported" + ) + if not self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX: + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + q, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "DH X9.42 serialization is not supported", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_SERIALIZATION) + + return self._backend._parameter_bytes( + encoding, + format, + self._dh_cdata + ) + + +def _handle_dh_compute_key_error(errors, backend): + lib = backend._lib + + backend.openssl_assert( + errors[0]._lib_reason_match( + lib.ERR_LIB_DH, lib.DH_R_INVALID_PUBKEY + ) + ) + + raise ValueError("Public key value is invalid for this exchange.") + + +def _get_dh_num_bits(backend, dh_cdata): + p = backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(dh_cdata, p, + backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + return backend._lib.BN_num_bits(p[0]) + + +@utils.register_interface(dh.DHPrivateKeyWithSerialization) +class _DHPrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dh_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._dh_cdata = dh_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + self._key_size_bytes = self._backend._lib.DH_size(dh_cdata) + + @property + def key_size(self): + return _get_dh_num_bits(self._backend, self._dh_cdata) + + def private_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + q_val = None + else: + q_val = self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]) + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + priv_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_key(self._dh_cdata, pub_key, priv_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(priv_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return dh.DHPrivateNumbers( + public_numbers=dh.DHPublicNumbers( + parameter_numbers=dh.DHParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]), + q=q_val + ), + y=self._backend._bn_to_int(pub_key[0]) + ), + x=self._backend._bn_to_int(priv_key[0]) + ) + + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", self._key_size_bytes) + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_key(peer_public_key._dh_cdata, pub_key, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + res = self._backend._lib.DH_compute_key( + buf, + pub_key[0], + self._dh_cdata + ) + + if res == -1: + errors = self._backend._consume_errors() + return _handle_dh_compute_key_error(errors, self._backend) + else: + self._backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + key = self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:res] + pad = self._key_size_bytes - len(key) + + if pad > 0: + key = (b"\x00" * pad) + key + + return key + + def public_key(self): + dh_cdata = _dh_params_dup(self._dh_cdata, self._backend) + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_key(self._dh_cdata, + pub_key, self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pub_key_dup = self._backend._lib.BN_dup(pub_key[0]) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key_dup != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + + res = self._backend._lib.DH_set0_key(dh_cdata, + pub_key_dup, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._backend._dh_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dh_cdata) + return _DHPublicKey(self._backend, dh_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def parameters(self): + return _dh_cdata_to_parameters(self._dh_cdata, self._backend) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + if format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8: + raise ValueError( + "DH private keys support only PKCS8 serialization" + ) + if not self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX: + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + q, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "DH X9.42 serialization is not supported", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_SERIALIZATION) + + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + encryption_algorithm, + self._evp_pkey, + self._dh_cdata + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(dh.DHPublicKeyWithSerialization) +class _DHPublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dh_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._dh_cdata = dh_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + self._key_size_bits = _get_dh_num_bits(self._backend, self._dh_cdata) + + @property + def key_size(self): + return self._key_size_bits + + def public_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + q_val = None + else: + q_val = self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]) + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_key(self._dh_cdata, + pub_key, self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return dh.DHPublicNumbers( + parameter_numbers=dh.DHParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]), + q=q_val + ), + y=self._backend._bn_to_int(pub_key[0]) + ) + + def parameters(self): + return _dh_cdata_to_parameters(self._dh_cdata, self._backend) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if format is not serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo: + raise ValueError( + "DH public keys support only " + "SubjectPublicKeyInfo serialization" + ) + + if not self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX: + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DH_get0_pqg(self._dh_cdata, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + q, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + if q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "DH X9.42 serialization is not supported", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_SERIALIZATION) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + self, + self._evp_pkey, + None + ) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/dsa.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/dsa.py @@ -0,0 +1,268 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import InvalidSignature +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.utils import ( + _calculate_digest_and_algorithm, _check_not_prehashed, + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes, serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import ( + AsymmetricSignatureContext, AsymmetricVerificationContext, dsa +) + + +def _dsa_sig_sign(backend, private_key, data): + sig_buf_len = backend._lib.DSA_size(private_key._dsa_cdata) + sig_buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", sig_buf_len) + buflen = backend._ffi.new("unsigned int *") + + # The first parameter passed to DSA_sign is unused by OpenSSL but + # must be an integer. + res = backend._lib.DSA_sign( + 0, data, len(data), sig_buf, buflen, private_key._dsa_cdata + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0]) + + return backend._ffi.buffer(sig_buf)[:buflen[0]] + + +def _dsa_sig_verify(backend, public_key, signature, data): + # The first parameter passed to DSA_verify is unused by OpenSSL but + # must be an integer. + res = backend._lib.DSA_verify( + 0, data, len(data), signature, len(signature), public_key._dsa_cdata + ) + + if res != 1: + backend._consume_errors() + raise InvalidSignature + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricVerificationContext) +class _DSAVerificationContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, public_key, signature, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._public_key = public_key + self._signature = signature + self._algorithm = algorithm + + self._hash_ctx = hashes.Hash(self._algorithm, self._backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._hash_ctx.update(data) + + def verify(self): + data_to_verify = self._hash_ctx.finalize() + + _dsa_sig_verify( + self._backend, self._public_key, self._signature, data_to_verify + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricSignatureContext) +class _DSASignatureContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, private_key, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._private_key = private_key + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._hash_ctx = hashes.Hash(self._algorithm, self._backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._hash_ctx.update(data) + + def finalize(self): + data_to_sign = self._hash_ctx.finalize() + return _dsa_sig_sign(self._backend, self._private_key, data_to_sign) + + +@utils.register_interface(dsa.DSAParametersWithNumbers) +class _DSAParameters(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dsa_cdata): + self._backend = backend + self._dsa_cdata = dsa_cdata + + def parameter_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_pqg(self._dsa_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return dsa.DSAParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + q=self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]) + ) + + def generate_private_key(self): + return self._backend.generate_dsa_private_key(self) + + +@utils.register_interface(dsa.DSAPrivateKeyWithSerialization) +class _DSAPrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._dsa_cdata = dsa_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_pqg( + dsa_cdata, p, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + self._key_size = self._backend._lib.BN_num_bits(p[0]) + + key_size = utils.read_only_property("_key_size") + + def signer(self, signature_algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + _check_not_prehashed(signature_algorithm) + return _DSASignatureContext(self._backend, self, signature_algorithm) + + def private_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + priv_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_pqg(self._dsa_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_key(self._dsa_cdata, pub_key, priv_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(priv_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return dsa.DSAPrivateNumbers( + public_numbers=dsa.DSAPublicNumbers( + parameter_numbers=dsa.DSAParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + q=self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]) + ), + y=self._backend._bn_to_int(pub_key[0]) + ), + x=self._backend._bn_to_int(priv_key[0]) + ) + + def public_key(self): + dsa_cdata = self._backend._lib.DSAparams_dup(self._dsa_cdata) + self._backend.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._backend._ffi.gc( + dsa_cdata, self._backend._lib.DSA_free + ) + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_key( + self._dsa_cdata, pub_key, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pub_key_dup = self._backend._lib.BN_dup(pub_key[0]) + res = self._backend._lib.DSA_set0_key( + dsa_cdata, pub_key_dup, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._backend._dsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(dsa_cdata) + return _DSAPublicKey(self._backend, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey) + + def parameters(self): + dsa_cdata = self._backend._lib.DSAparams_dup(self._dsa_cdata) + self._backend.openssl_assert(dsa_cdata != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + dsa_cdata = self._backend._ffi.gc( + dsa_cdata, self._backend._lib.DSA_free + ) + return _DSAParameters(self._backend, dsa_cdata) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + encryption_algorithm, + self._evp_pkey, + self._dsa_cdata + ) + + def sign(self, data, algorithm): + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, algorithm + ) + return _dsa_sig_sign(self._backend, self, data) + + +@utils.register_interface(dsa.DSAPublicKeyWithSerialization) +class _DSAPublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, dsa_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._dsa_cdata = dsa_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_pqg( + dsa_cdata, p, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + self._key_size = self._backend._lib.BN_num_bits(p[0]) + + key_size = utils.read_only_property("_key_size") + + def verifier(self, signature, signature_algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + utils._check_bytes("signature", signature) + + _check_not_prehashed(signature_algorithm) + return _DSAVerificationContext( + self._backend, self, signature, signature_algorithm + ) + + def public_numbers(self): + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + g = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + pub_key = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_pqg(self._dsa_cdata, p, q, g) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(g[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend._lib.DSA_get0_key( + self._dsa_cdata, pub_key, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pub_key[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return dsa.DSAPublicNumbers( + parameter_numbers=dsa.DSAParameterNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + q=self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]), + g=self._backend._bn_to_int(g[0]) + ), + y=self._backend._bn_to_int(pub_key[0]) + ) + + def parameters(self): + dsa_cdata = self._backend._lib.DSAparams_dup(self._dsa_cdata) + dsa_cdata = self._backend._ffi.gc( + dsa_cdata, self._backend._lib.DSA_free + ) + return _DSAParameters(self._backend, dsa_cdata) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if format is serialization.PublicFormat.PKCS1: + raise ValueError( + "DSA public keys do not support PKCS1 serialization" + ) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + self, + self._evp_pkey, + None + ) + + def verify(self, signature, data, algorithm): + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, algorithm + ) + return _dsa_sig_verify(self._backend, self, signature, data) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ec.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ec.py @@ -0,0 +1,340 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import ( + InvalidSignature, UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.utils import ( + _calculate_digest_and_algorithm, _check_not_prehashed, + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes, serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import ( + AsymmetricSignatureContext, AsymmetricVerificationContext, ec +) + + +def _check_signature_algorithm(signature_algorithm): + if not isinstance(signature_algorithm, ec.ECDSA): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Unsupported elliptic curve signature algorithm.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM) + + +def _ec_key_curve_sn(backend, ec_key): + group = backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(ec_key) + backend.openssl_assert(group != backend._ffi.NULL) + + nid = backend._lib.EC_GROUP_get_curve_name(group) + # The following check is to find EC keys with unnamed curves and raise + # an error for now. + if nid == backend._lib.NID_undef: + raise NotImplementedError( + "ECDSA certificates with unnamed curves are unsupported " + "at this time" + ) + + curve_name = backend._lib.OBJ_nid2sn(nid) + backend.openssl_assert(curve_name != backend._ffi.NULL) + + sn = backend._ffi.string(curve_name).decode('ascii') + return sn + + +def _mark_asn1_named_ec_curve(backend, ec_cdata): + """ + Set the named curve flag on the EC_KEY. This causes OpenSSL to + serialize EC keys along with their curve OID which makes + deserialization easier. + """ + + backend._lib.EC_KEY_set_asn1_flag( + ec_cdata, backend._lib.OPENSSL_EC_NAMED_CURVE + ) + + +def _sn_to_elliptic_curve(backend, sn): + try: + return ec._CURVE_TYPES[sn]() + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not a supported elliptic curve".format(sn), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_ELLIPTIC_CURVE + ) + + +def _ecdsa_sig_sign(backend, private_key, data): + max_size = backend._lib.ECDSA_size(private_key._ec_key) + backend.openssl_assert(max_size > 0) + + sigbuf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", max_size) + siglen_ptr = backend._ffi.new("unsigned int[]", 1) + res = backend._lib.ECDSA_sign( + 0, data, len(data), sigbuf, siglen_ptr, private_key._ec_key + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return backend._ffi.buffer(sigbuf)[:siglen_ptr[0]] + + +def _ecdsa_sig_verify(backend, public_key, signature, data): + res = backend._lib.ECDSA_verify( + 0, data, len(data), signature, len(signature), public_key._ec_key + ) + if res != 1: + backend._consume_errors() + raise InvalidSignature + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricSignatureContext) +class _ECDSASignatureContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, private_key, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._private_key = private_key + self._digest = hashes.Hash(algorithm, backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._digest.update(data) + + def finalize(self): + digest = self._digest.finalize() + + return _ecdsa_sig_sign(self._backend, self._private_key, digest) + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricVerificationContext) +class _ECDSAVerificationContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, public_key, signature, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._public_key = public_key + self._signature = signature + self._digest = hashes.Hash(algorithm, backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._digest.update(data) + + def verify(self): + digest = self._digest.finalize() + _ecdsa_sig_verify( + self._backend, self._public_key, self._signature, digest + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(ec.EllipticCurvePrivateKeyWithSerialization) +class _EllipticCurvePrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, ec_key_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + _mark_asn1_named_ec_curve(backend, ec_key_cdata) + self._ec_key = ec_key_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + sn = _ec_key_curve_sn(backend, ec_key_cdata) + self._curve = _sn_to_elliptic_curve(backend, sn) + + curve = utils.read_only_property("_curve") + + @property + def key_size(self): + return self.curve.key_size + + def signer(self, signature_algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + _check_signature_algorithm(signature_algorithm) + _check_not_prehashed(signature_algorithm.algorithm) + return _ECDSASignatureContext( + self._backend, self, signature_algorithm.algorithm + ) + + def exchange(self, algorithm, peer_public_key): + if not ( + self._backend.elliptic_curve_exchange_algorithm_supported( + algorithm, self.curve + ) + ): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "This backend does not support the ECDH algorithm.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + + if peer_public_key.curve.name != self.curve.name: + raise ValueError( + "peer_public_key and self are not on the same curve" + ) + + group = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(self._ec_key) + z_len = (self._backend._lib.EC_GROUP_get_degree(group) + 7) // 8 + self._backend.openssl_assert(z_len > 0) + z_buf = self._backend._ffi.new("uint8_t[]", z_len) + peer_key = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_public_key( + peer_public_key._ec_key + ) + + r = self._backend._lib.ECDH_compute_key( + z_buf, z_len, peer_key, self._ec_key, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(r > 0) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(z_buf)[:z_len] + + def public_key(self): + group = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(self._ec_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(group != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + + curve_nid = self._backend._lib.EC_GROUP_get_curve_name(group) + + public_ec_key = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_new_by_curve_name(curve_nid) + self._backend.openssl_assert(public_ec_key != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + public_ec_key = self._backend._ffi.gc( + public_ec_key, self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_free + ) + + point = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_public_key(self._ec_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(point != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + + res = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_set_public_key(public_ec_key, point) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + evp_pkey = self._backend._ec_cdata_to_evp_pkey(public_ec_key) + + return _EllipticCurvePublicKey(self._backend, public_ec_key, evp_pkey) + + def private_numbers(self): + bn = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_private_key(self._ec_key) + private_value = self._backend._bn_to_int(bn) + return ec.EllipticCurvePrivateNumbers( + private_value=private_value, + public_numbers=self.public_key().public_numbers() + ) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + encryption_algorithm, + self._evp_pkey, + self._ec_key + ) + + def sign(self, data, signature_algorithm): + _check_signature_algorithm(signature_algorithm) + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, signature_algorithm._algorithm + ) + return _ecdsa_sig_sign(self._backend, self, data) + + +@utils.register_interface(ec.EllipticCurvePublicKeyWithSerialization) +class _EllipticCurvePublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, ec_key_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + _mark_asn1_named_ec_curve(backend, ec_key_cdata) + self._ec_key = ec_key_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + sn = _ec_key_curve_sn(backend, ec_key_cdata) + self._curve = _sn_to_elliptic_curve(backend, sn) + + curve = utils.read_only_property("_curve") + + @property + def key_size(self): + return self.curve.key_size + + def verifier(self, signature, signature_algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + utils._check_bytes("signature", signature) + + _check_signature_algorithm(signature_algorithm) + _check_not_prehashed(signature_algorithm.algorithm) + return _ECDSAVerificationContext( + self._backend, self, signature, signature_algorithm.algorithm + ) + + def public_numbers(self): + get_func, group = ( + self._backend._ec_key_determine_group_get_func(self._ec_key) + ) + point = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_public_key(self._ec_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(point != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + + with self._backend._tmp_bn_ctx() as bn_ctx: + bn_x = self._backend._lib.BN_CTX_get(bn_ctx) + bn_y = self._backend._lib.BN_CTX_get(bn_ctx) + + res = get_func(group, point, bn_x, bn_y, bn_ctx) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + x = self._backend._bn_to_int(bn_x) + y = self._backend._bn_to_int(bn_y) + + return ec.EllipticCurvePublicNumbers( + x=x, + y=y, + curve=self._curve + ) + + def _encode_point(self, format): + if format is serialization.PublicFormat.CompressedPoint: + conversion = self._backend._lib.POINT_CONVERSION_COMPRESSED + else: + assert format is serialization.PublicFormat.UncompressedPoint + conversion = self._backend._lib.POINT_CONVERSION_UNCOMPRESSED + + group = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_group(self._ec_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(group != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + point = self._backend._lib.EC_KEY_get0_public_key(self._ec_key) + self._backend.openssl_assert(point != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + with self._backend._tmp_bn_ctx() as bn_ctx: + buflen = self._backend._lib.EC_POINT_point2oct( + group, point, conversion, self._backend._ffi.NULL, 0, bn_ctx + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen > 0) + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("char[]", buflen) + res = self._backend._lib.EC_POINT_point2oct( + group, point, conversion, buf, buflen, bn_ctx + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen == res) + + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if format is serialization.PublicFormat.PKCS1: + raise ValueError( + "EC public keys do not support PKCS1 serialization" + ) + + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.X962 or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.CompressedPoint or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.UncompressedPoint + ): + if ( + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.X962 or + format not in ( + serialization.PublicFormat.CompressedPoint, + serialization.PublicFormat.UncompressedPoint + ) + ): + raise ValueError( + "X962 encoding must be used with CompressedPoint or " + "UncompressedPoint format" + ) + + return self._encode_point(format) + else: + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + self, + self._evp_pkey, + None + ) + + def verify(self, signature, data, signature_algorithm): + _check_signature_algorithm(signature_algorithm) + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, signature_algorithm._algorithm + ) + _ecdsa_sig_verify(self._backend, self, signature, data) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ed25519.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ed25519.py @@ -0,0 +1,151 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import exceptions, utils +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.ed25519 import ( + Ed25519PrivateKey, Ed25519PublicKey, _ED25519_KEY_SIZE, _ED25519_SIG_SIZE +) + + +@utils.register_interface(Ed25519PublicKey) +class _Ed25519PublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw" + ) + + return self._raw_public_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be SubjectPublicKeyInfo when encoding is PEM or " + "DER" + ) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, format, self, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_public_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _ED25519_KEY_SIZE)[:] + + def verify(self, signature, data): + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_md_ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestVerifyInit( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._evp_pkey + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestVerify( + evp_md_ctx, signature, len(signature), data, len(data) + ) + if res != 1: + self._backend._consume_errors() + raise exceptions.InvalidSignature + + +@utils.register_interface(Ed25519PrivateKey) +class _Ed25519PrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_key(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + public_bytes = self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + return self._backend.ed25519_load_public_bytes(public_bytes) + + def sign(self, data): + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_md_ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSignInit( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._evp_pkey + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", _ED25519_SIG_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", len(buf)) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSign( + evp_md_ctx, buf, buflen, data, len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED25519_SIG_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, buflen[0])[:] + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.Raw or + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or not + isinstance(encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption) + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw " + "and encryption_algorithm must be NoEncryption" + ) + + return self._raw_private_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8 + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be PKCS8 when encoding is PEM or DER" + ) + + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, format, encryption_algorithm, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_private_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_private_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED25519_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _ED25519_KEY_SIZE)[:] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ed448.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ed448.py @@ -0,0 +1,154 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import exceptions, utils +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.ed448 import ( + Ed448PrivateKey, Ed448PublicKey +) + +_ED448_KEY_SIZE = 57 +_ED448_SIG_SIZE = 114 + + +@utils.register_interface(Ed448PublicKey) +class _Ed448PublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw" + ) + + return self._raw_public_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be SubjectPublicKeyInfo when encoding is PEM or " + "DER" + ) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, format, self, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_public_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _ED448_KEY_SIZE)[:] + + def verify(self, signature, data): + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_md_ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestVerifyInit( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._evp_pkey + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestVerify( + evp_md_ctx, signature, len(signature), data, len(data) + ) + if res != 1: + self._backend._consume_errors() + raise exceptions.InvalidSignature + + +@utils.register_interface(Ed448PrivateKey) +class _Ed448PrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_key(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + public_bytes = self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + return self._backend.ed448_load_public_bytes(public_bytes) + + def sign(self, data): + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_md_ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + evp_md_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSignInit( + evp_md_ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._evp_pkey + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", _ED448_SIG_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", len(buf)) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSign( + evp_md_ctx, buf, buflen, data, len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED448_SIG_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, buflen[0])[:] + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.Raw or + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or not + isinstance(encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption) + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw " + "and encryption_algorithm must be NoEncryption" + ) + + return self._raw_private_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8 + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be PKCS8 when encoding is PEM or DER" + ) + + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, format, encryption_algorithm, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_private_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_private_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _ED448_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _ED448_KEY_SIZE)[:] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/encode_asn1.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/encode_asn1.py @@ -0,0 +1,657 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import calendar +import ipaddress + +import six + +from cryptography import utils, x509 +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.decode_asn1 import ( + _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_ENUM_TO_CODE, _DISTPOINT_TYPE_FULLNAME, + _DISTPOINT_TYPE_RELATIVENAME +) +from cryptography.x509.name import _ASN1Type +from cryptography.x509.oid import ( + CRLEntryExtensionOID, ExtensionOID, OCSPExtensionOID, +) + + +def _encode_asn1_int(backend, x): + """ + Converts a python integer to an ASN1_INTEGER. The returned ASN1_INTEGER + will not be garbage collected (to support adding them to structs that take + ownership of the object). Be sure to register it for GC if it will be + discarded after use. + + """ + # Convert Python integer to OpenSSL "bignum" in case value exceeds + # machine's native integer limits (note: `int_to_bn` doesn't automatically + # GC). + i = backend._int_to_bn(x) + i = backend._ffi.gc(i, backend._lib.BN_free) + + # Wrap in an ASN.1 integer. Don't GC -- as documented. + i = backend._lib.BN_to_ASN1_INTEGER(i, backend._ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(i != backend._ffi.NULL) + return i + + +def _encode_asn1_int_gc(backend, x): + i = _encode_asn1_int(backend, x) + i = backend._ffi.gc(i, backend._lib.ASN1_INTEGER_free) + return i + + +def _encode_asn1_str(backend, data): + """ + Create an ASN1_OCTET_STRING from a Python byte string. + """ + s = backend._lib.ASN1_OCTET_STRING_new() + res = backend._lib.ASN1_OCTET_STRING_set(s, data, len(data)) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return s + + +def _encode_asn1_utf8_str(backend, string): + """ + Create an ASN1_UTF8STRING from a Python unicode string. + This object will be an ASN1_STRING with UTF8 type in OpenSSL and + can be decoded with ASN1_STRING_to_UTF8. + """ + s = backend._lib.ASN1_UTF8STRING_new() + res = backend._lib.ASN1_STRING_set( + s, string.encode("utf8"), len(string.encode("utf8")) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return s + + +def _encode_asn1_str_gc(backend, data): + s = _encode_asn1_str(backend, data) + s = backend._ffi.gc(s, backend._lib.ASN1_OCTET_STRING_free) + return s + + +def _encode_inhibit_any_policy(backend, inhibit_any_policy): + return _encode_asn1_int_gc(backend, inhibit_any_policy.skip_certs) + + +def _encode_name(backend, name): + """ + The X509_NAME created will not be gc'd. Use _encode_name_gc if needed. + """ + subject = backend._lib.X509_NAME_new() + for rdn in name.rdns: + set_flag = 0 # indicate whether to add to last RDN or create new RDN + for attribute in rdn: + name_entry = _encode_name_entry(backend, attribute) + # X509_NAME_add_entry dups the object so we need to gc this copy + name_entry = backend._ffi.gc( + name_entry, backend._lib.X509_NAME_ENTRY_free + ) + res = backend._lib.X509_NAME_add_entry( + subject, name_entry, -1, set_flag) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + set_flag = -1 + return subject + + +def _encode_name_gc(backend, attributes): + subject = _encode_name(backend, attributes) + subject = backend._ffi.gc(subject, backend._lib.X509_NAME_free) + return subject + + +def _encode_sk_name_entry(backend, attributes): + """ + The sk_X509_NAME_ENTRY created will not be gc'd. + """ + stack = backend._lib.sk_X509_NAME_ENTRY_new_null() + for attribute in attributes: + name_entry = _encode_name_entry(backend, attribute) + res = backend._lib.sk_X509_NAME_ENTRY_push(stack, name_entry) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + return stack + + +def _encode_name_entry(backend, attribute): + if attribute._type is _ASN1Type.BMPString: + value = attribute.value.encode('utf_16_be') + else: + value = attribute.value.encode('utf8') + + obj = _txt2obj_gc(backend, attribute.oid.dotted_string) + + name_entry = backend._lib.X509_NAME_ENTRY_create_by_OBJ( + backend._ffi.NULL, obj, attribute._type.value, value, len(value) + ) + return name_entry + + +def _encode_crl_number_delta_crl_indicator(backend, ext): + return _encode_asn1_int_gc(backend, ext.crl_number) + + +def _encode_issuing_dist_point(backend, ext): + idp = backend._lib.ISSUING_DIST_POINT_new() + backend.openssl_assert(idp != backend._ffi.NULL) + idp = backend._ffi.gc(idp, backend._lib.ISSUING_DIST_POINT_free) + idp.onlyuser = 255 if ext.only_contains_user_certs else 0 + idp.onlyCA = 255 if ext.only_contains_ca_certs else 0 + idp.indirectCRL = 255 if ext.indirect_crl else 0 + idp.onlyattr = 255 if ext.only_contains_attribute_certs else 0 + if ext.only_some_reasons: + idp.onlysomereasons = _encode_reasonflags( + backend, ext.only_some_reasons + ) + + if ext.full_name: + idp.distpoint = _encode_full_name(backend, ext.full_name) + + if ext.relative_name: + idp.distpoint = _encode_relative_name(backend, ext.relative_name) + + return idp + + +def _encode_crl_reason(backend, crl_reason): + asn1enum = backend._lib.ASN1_ENUMERATED_new() + backend.openssl_assert(asn1enum != backend._ffi.NULL) + asn1enum = backend._ffi.gc(asn1enum, backend._lib.ASN1_ENUMERATED_free) + res = backend._lib.ASN1_ENUMERATED_set( + asn1enum, _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_ENUM_TO_CODE[crl_reason.reason] + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return asn1enum + + +def _encode_invalidity_date(backend, invalidity_date): + time = backend._lib.ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME_set( + backend._ffi.NULL, calendar.timegm( + invalidity_date.invalidity_date.timetuple() + ) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(time != backend._ffi.NULL) + time = backend._ffi.gc(time, backend._lib.ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME_free) + + return time + + +def _encode_certificate_policies(backend, certificate_policies): + cp = backend._lib.sk_POLICYINFO_new_null() + backend.openssl_assert(cp != backend._ffi.NULL) + cp = backend._ffi.gc(cp, backend._lib.sk_POLICYINFO_free) + for policy_info in certificate_policies: + pi = backend._lib.POLICYINFO_new() + backend.openssl_assert(pi != backend._ffi.NULL) + res = backend._lib.sk_POLICYINFO_push(cp, pi) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + oid = _txt2obj(backend, policy_info.policy_identifier.dotted_string) + pi.policyid = oid + if policy_info.policy_qualifiers: + pqis = backend._lib.sk_POLICYQUALINFO_new_null() + backend.openssl_assert(pqis != backend._ffi.NULL) + for qualifier in policy_info.policy_qualifiers: + pqi = backend._lib.POLICYQUALINFO_new() + backend.openssl_assert(pqi != backend._ffi.NULL) + res = backend._lib.sk_POLICYQUALINFO_push(pqis, pqi) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + if isinstance(qualifier, six.text_type): + pqi.pqualid = _txt2obj( + backend, x509.OID_CPS_QUALIFIER.dotted_string + ) + pqi.d.cpsuri = _encode_asn1_str( + backend, + qualifier.encode("ascii"), + ) + else: + assert isinstance(qualifier, x509.UserNotice) + pqi.pqualid = _txt2obj( + backend, x509.OID_CPS_USER_NOTICE.dotted_string + ) + un = backend._lib.USERNOTICE_new() + backend.openssl_assert(un != backend._ffi.NULL) + pqi.d.usernotice = un + if qualifier.explicit_text: + un.exptext = _encode_asn1_utf8_str( + backend, qualifier.explicit_text + ) + + un.noticeref = _encode_notice_reference( + backend, qualifier.notice_reference + ) + + pi.qualifiers = pqis + + return cp + + +def _encode_notice_reference(backend, notice): + if notice is None: + return backend._ffi.NULL + else: + nr = backend._lib.NOTICEREF_new() + backend.openssl_assert(nr != backend._ffi.NULL) + # organization is a required field + nr.organization = _encode_asn1_utf8_str(backend, notice.organization) + + notice_stack = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_INTEGER_new_null() + nr.noticenos = notice_stack + for number in notice.notice_numbers: + num = _encode_asn1_int(backend, number) + res = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_INTEGER_push(notice_stack, num) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + return nr + + +def _txt2obj(backend, name): + """ + Converts a Python string with an ASN.1 object ID in dotted form to a + ASN1_OBJECT. + """ + name = name.encode('ascii') + obj = backend._lib.OBJ_txt2obj(name, 1) + backend.openssl_assert(obj != backend._ffi.NULL) + return obj + + +def _txt2obj_gc(backend, name): + obj = _txt2obj(backend, name) + obj = backend._ffi.gc(obj, backend._lib.ASN1_OBJECT_free) + return obj + + +def _encode_ocsp_nocheck(backend, ext): + # Doesn't need to be GC'd + return backend._lib.ASN1_NULL_new() + + +def _encode_key_usage(backend, key_usage): + set_bit = backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_set_bit + ku = backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_new() + ku = backend._ffi.gc(ku, backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_free) + res = set_bit(ku, 0, key_usage.digital_signature) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 1, key_usage.content_commitment) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 2, key_usage.key_encipherment) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 3, key_usage.data_encipherment) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 4, key_usage.key_agreement) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 5, key_usage.key_cert_sign) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 6, key_usage.crl_sign) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + if key_usage.key_agreement: + res = set_bit(ku, 7, key_usage.encipher_only) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 8, key_usage.decipher_only) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + else: + res = set_bit(ku, 7, 0) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = set_bit(ku, 8, 0) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return ku + + +def _encode_authority_key_identifier(backend, authority_keyid): + akid = backend._lib.AUTHORITY_KEYID_new() + backend.openssl_assert(akid != backend._ffi.NULL) + akid = backend._ffi.gc(akid, backend._lib.AUTHORITY_KEYID_free) + if authority_keyid.key_identifier is not None: + akid.keyid = _encode_asn1_str( + backend, + authority_keyid.key_identifier, + ) + + if authority_keyid.authority_cert_issuer is not None: + akid.issuer = _encode_general_names( + backend, authority_keyid.authority_cert_issuer + ) + + if authority_keyid.authority_cert_serial_number is not None: + akid.serial = _encode_asn1_int( + backend, authority_keyid.authority_cert_serial_number + ) + + return akid + + +def _encode_basic_constraints(backend, basic_constraints): + constraints = backend._lib.BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_new() + constraints = backend._ffi.gc( + constraints, backend._lib.BASIC_CONSTRAINTS_free + ) + constraints.ca = 255 if basic_constraints.ca else 0 + if basic_constraints.ca and basic_constraints.path_length is not None: + constraints.pathlen = _encode_asn1_int( + backend, basic_constraints.path_length + ) + + return constraints + + +def _encode_authority_information_access(backend, authority_info_access): + aia = backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_new_null() + backend.openssl_assert(aia != backend._ffi.NULL) + aia = backend._ffi.gc( + aia, + lambda x: backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_pop_free( + x, backend._ffi.addressof( + backend._lib._original_lib, "ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_free" + ) + ) + ) + for access_description in authority_info_access: + ad = backend._lib.ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_new() + method = _txt2obj( + backend, access_description.access_method.dotted_string + ) + _encode_general_name_preallocated( + backend, access_description.access_location, ad.location + ) + ad.method = method + res = backend._lib.sk_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION_push(aia, ad) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + return aia + + +def _encode_general_names(backend, names): + general_names = backend._lib.GENERAL_NAMES_new() + backend.openssl_assert(general_names != backend._ffi.NULL) + for name in names: + gn = _encode_general_name(backend, name) + res = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_NAME_push(general_names, gn) + backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + return general_names + + +def _encode_alt_name(backend, san): + general_names = _encode_general_names(backend, san) + general_names = backend._ffi.gc( + general_names, backend._lib.GENERAL_NAMES_free + ) + return general_names + + +def _encode_subject_key_identifier(backend, ski): + return _encode_asn1_str_gc(backend, ski.digest) + + +def _encode_general_name(backend, name): + gn = backend._lib.GENERAL_NAME_new() + _encode_general_name_preallocated(backend, name, gn) + return gn + + +def _encode_general_name_preallocated(backend, name, gn): + if isinstance(name, x509.DNSName): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_DNS + + ia5 = backend._lib.ASN1_IA5STRING_new() + backend.openssl_assert(ia5 != backend._ffi.NULL) + # ia5strings are supposed to be ITU T.50 but to allow round-tripping + # of broken certs that encode utf8 we'll encode utf8 here too. + value = name.value.encode("utf8") + + res = backend._lib.ASN1_STRING_set(ia5, value, len(value)) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + gn.d.dNSName = ia5 + elif isinstance(name, x509.RegisteredID): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_RID + obj = backend._lib.OBJ_txt2obj( + name.value.dotted_string.encode('ascii'), 1 + ) + backend.openssl_assert(obj != backend._ffi.NULL) + gn.d.registeredID = obj + elif isinstance(name, x509.DirectoryName): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + dir_name = _encode_name(backend, name.value) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_DIRNAME + gn.d.directoryName = dir_name + elif isinstance(name, x509.IPAddress): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + if isinstance(name.value, ipaddress.IPv4Network): + packed = ( + name.value.network_address.packed + + utils.int_to_bytes(((1 << 32) - name.value.num_addresses), 4) + ) + elif isinstance(name.value, ipaddress.IPv6Network): + packed = ( + name.value.network_address.packed + + utils.int_to_bytes((1 << 128) - name.value.num_addresses, 16) + ) + else: + packed = name.value.packed + ipaddr = _encode_asn1_str(backend, packed) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_IPADD + gn.d.iPAddress = ipaddr + elif isinstance(name, x509.OtherName): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + other_name = backend._lib.OTHERNAME_new() + backend.openssl_assert(other_name != backend._ffi.NULL) + + type_id = backend._lib.OBJ_txt2obj( + name.type_id.dotted_string.encode('ascii'), 1 + ) + backend.openssl_assert(type_id != backend._ffi.NULL) + data = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", name.value) + data_ptr_ptr = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + data_ptr_ptr[0] = data + value = backend._lib.d2i_ASN1_TYPE( + backend._ffi.NULL, data_ptr_ptr, len(name.value) + ) + if value == backend._ffi.NULL: + backend._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Invalid ASN.1 data") + other_name.type_id = type_id + other_name.value = value + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_OTHERNAME + gn.d.otherName = other_name + elif isinstance(name, x509.RFC822Name): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + # ia5strings are supposed to be ITU T.50 but to allow round-tripping + # of broken certs that encode utf8 we'll encode utf8 here too. + data = name.value.encode("utf8") + asn1_str = _encode_asn1_str(backend, data) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_EMAIL + gn.d.rfc822Name = asn1_str + elif isinstance(name, x509.UniformResourceIdentifier): + backend.openssl_assert(gn != backend._ffi.NULL) + # ia5strings are supposed to be ITU T.50 but to allow round-tripping + # of broken certs that encode utf8 we'll encode utf8 here too. + data = name.value.encode("utf8") + asn1_str = _encode_asn1_str(backend, data) + gn.type = backend._lib.GEN_URI + gn.d.uniformResourceIdentifier = asn1_str + else: + raise ValueError( + "{} is an unknown GeneralName type".format(name) + ) + + +def _encode_extended_key_usage(backend, extended_key_usage): + eku = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_new_null() + eku = backend._ffi.gc(eku, backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_free) + for oid in extended_key_usage: + obj = _txt2obj(backend, oid.dotted_string) + res = backend._lib.sk_ASN1_OBJECT_push(eku, obj) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + return eku + + +_CRLREASONFLAGS = { + x509.ReasonFlags.key_compromise: 1, + x509.ReasonFlags.ca_compromise: 2, + x509.ReasonFlags.affiliation_changed: 3, + x509.ReasonFlags.superseded: 4, + x509.ReasonFlags.cessation_of_operation: 5, + x509.ReasonFlags.certificate_hold: 6, + x509.ReasonFlags.privilege_withdrawn: 7, + x509.ReasonFlags.aa_compromise: 8, +} + + +def _encode_reasonflags(backend, reasons): + bitmask = backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_new() + backend.openssl_assert(bitmask != backend._ffi.NULL) + for reason in reasons: + res = backend._lib.ASN1_BIT_STRING_set_bit( + bitmask, _CRLREASONFLAGS[reason], 1 + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + return bitmask + + +def _encode_full_name(backend, full_name): + dpn = backend._lib.DIST_POINT_NAME_new() + backend.openssl_assert(dpn != backend._ffi.NULL) + dpn.type = _DISTPOINT_TYPE_FULLNAME + dpn.name.fullname = _encode_general_names(backend, full_name) + return dpn + + +def _encode_relative_name(backend, relative_name): + dpn = backend._lib.DIST_POINT_NAME_new() + backend.openssl_assert(dpn != backend._ffi.NULL) + dpn.type = _DISTPOINT_TYPE_RELATIVENAME + dpn.name.relativename = _encode_sk_name_entry(backend, relative_name) + return dpn + + +def _encode_cdps_freshest_crl(backend, cdps): + cdp = backend._lib.sk_DIST_POINT_new_null() + cdp = backend._ffi.gc(cdp, backend._lib.sk_DIST_POINT_free) + for point in cdps: + dp = backend._lib.DIST_POINT_new() + backend.openssl_assert(dp != backend._ffi.NULL) + + if point.reasons: + dp.reasons = _encode_reasonflags(backend, point.reasons) + + if point.full_name: + dp.distpoint = _encode_full_name(backend, point.full_name) + + if point.relative_name: + dp.distpoint = _encode_relative_name(backend, point.relative_name) + + if point.crl_issuer: + dp.CRLissuer = _encode_general_names(backend, point.crl_issuer) + + res = backend._lib.sk_DIST_POINT_push(cdp, dp) + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 1) + + return cdp + + +def _encode_name_constraints(backend, name_constraints): + nc = backend._lib.NAME_CONSTRAINTS_new() + backend.openssl_assert(nc != backend._ffi.NULL) + nc = backend._ffi.gc(nc, backend._lib.NAME_CONSTRAINTS_free) + permitted = _encode_general_subtree( + backend, name_constraints.permitted_subtrees + ) + nc.permittedSubtrees = permitted + excluded = _encode_general_subtree( + backend, name_constraints.excluded_subtrees + ) + nc.excludedSubtrees = excluded + + return nc + + +def _encode_policy_constraints(backend, policy_constraints): + pc = backend._lib.POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_new() + backend.openssl_assert(pc != backend._ffi.NULL) + pc = backend._ffi.gc(pc, backend._lib.POLICY_CONSTRAINTS_free) + if policy_constraints.require_explicit_policy is not None: + pc.requireExplicitPolicy = _encode_asn1_int( + backend, policy_constraints.require_explicit_policy + ) + + if policy_constraints.inhibit_policy_mapping is not None: + pc.inhibitPolicyMapping = _encode_asn1_int( + backend, policy_constraints.inhibit_policy_mapping + ) + + return pc + + +def _encode_general_subtree(backend, subtrees): + if subtrees is None: + return backend._ffi.NULL + else: + general_subtrees = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_SUBTREE_new_null() + for name in subtrees: + gs = backend._lib.GENERAL_SUBTREE_new() + gs.base = _encode_general_name(backend, name) + res = backend._lib.sk_GENERAL_SUBTREE_push(general_subtrees, gs) + assert res >= 1 + + return general_subtrees + + +def _encode_nonce(backend, nonce): + return _encode_asn1_str_gc(backend, nonce.nonce) + + +_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS = { + ExtensionOID.BASIC_CONSTRAINTS: _encode_basic_constraints, + ExtensionOID.SUBJECT_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _encode_subject_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.KEY_USAGE: _encode_key_usage, + ExtensionOID.SUBJECT_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _encode_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.ISSUER_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _encode_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.EXTENDED_KEY_USAGE: _encode_extended_key_usage, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _encode_authority_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.CERTIFICATE_POLICIES: _encode_certificate_policies, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_INFORMATION_ACCESS: ( + _encode_authority_information_access + ), + ExtensionOID.CRL_DISTRIBUTION_POINTS: _encode_cdps_freshest_crl, + ExtensionOID.FRESHEST_CRL: _encode_cdps_freshest_crl, + ExtensionOID.INHIBIT_ANY_POLICY: _encode_inhibit_any_policy, + ExtensionOID.OCSP_NO_CHECK: _encode_ocsp_nocheck, + ExtensionOID.NAME_CONSTRAINTS: _encode_name_constraints, + ExtensionOID.POLICY_CONSTRAINTS: _encode_policy_constraints, +} + +_CRL_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS = { + ExtensionOID.ISSUER_ALTERNATIVE_NAME: _encode_alt_name, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_KEY_IDENTIFIER: _encode_authority_key_identifier, + ExtensionOID.AUTHORITY_INFORMATION_ACCESS: ( + _encode_authority_information_access + ), + ExtensionOID.CRL_NUMBER: _encode_crl_number_delta_crl_indicator, + ExtensionOID.DELTA_CRL_INDICATOR: _encode_crl_number_delta_crl_indicator, + ExtensionOID.ISSUING_DISTRIBUTION_POINT: _encode_issuing_dist_point, +} + +_CRL_ENTRY_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS = { + CRLEntryExtensionOID.CERTIFICATE_ISSUER: _encode_alt_name, + CRLEntryExtensionOID.CRL_REASON: _encode_crl_reason, + CRLEntryExtensionOID.INVALIDITY_DATE: _encode_invalidity_date, +} + +_OCSP_REQUEST_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS = { + OCSPExtensionOID.NONCE: _encode_nonce, +} + +_OCSP_BASICRESP_EXTENSION_ENCODE_HANDLERS = { + OCSPExtensionOID.NONCE: _encode_nonce, +} diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/hashes.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/hashes.py @@ -0,0 +1,78 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes + + +@utils.register_interface(hashes.HashContext) +class _HashContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, algorithm, ctx=None): + self._algorithm = algorithm + + self._backend = backend + + if ctx is None: + ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + evp_md = self._backend._evp_md_from_algorithm(algorithm) + if evp_md == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not a supported hash on this backend.".format( + algorithm.name), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_HASH + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestInit_ex(ctx, evp_md, + self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + self._ctx = ctx + + algorithm = utils.read_only_property("_algorithm") + + def copy(self): + copied_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + copied_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + copied_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_MD_CTX_copy_ex(copied_ctx, self._ctx) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return _HashContext(self._backend, self.algorithm, ctx=copied_ctx) + + def update(self, data): + data_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(data) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestUpdate( + self._ctx, data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + def finalize(self): + if isinstance(self.algorithm, hashes.ExtendableOutputFunction): + # extendable output functions use a different finalize + return self._finalize_xof() + else: + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", + self._backend._lib.EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE) + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned int *") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestFinal_ex(self._ctx, buf, outlen) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._backend.openssl_assert( + outlen[0] == self.algorithm.digest_size + ) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:outlen[0]] + + def _finalize_xof(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", + self.algorithm.digest_size) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestFinalXOF( + self._ctx, buf, self.algorithm.digest_size + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:self.algorithm.digest_size] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/hmac.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/hmac.py @@ -0,0 +1,74 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import ( + InvalidSignature, UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import constant_time, hashes + + +@utils.register_interface(hashes.HashContext) +class _HMACContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, key, algorithm, ctx=None): + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._backend = backend + + if ctx is None: + ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HMAC_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HMAC_CTX_free + ) + evp_md = self._backend._evp_md_from_algorithm(algorithm) + if evp_md == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not a supported hash on this backend".format( + algorithm.name), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_HASH + ) + key_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(key) + res = self._backend._lib.HMAC_Init_ex( + ctx, key_ptr, len(key), evp_md, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + self._ctx = ctx + self._key = key + + algorithm = utils.read_only_property("_algorithm") + + def copy(self): + copied_ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HMAC_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(copied_ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + copied_ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + copied_ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_HMAC_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.HMAC_CTX_copy(copied_ctx, self._ctx) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + return _HMACContext( + self._backend, self._key, self.algorithm, ctx=copied_ctx + ) + + def update(self, data): + data_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(data) + res = self._backend._lib.HMAC_Update(self._ctx, data_ptr, len(data)) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + def finalize(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", + self._backend._lib.EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE) + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned int *") + res = self._backend._lib.HMAC_Final(self._ctx, buf, outlen) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._backend.openssl_assert(outlen[0] == self.algorithm.digest_size) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:outlen[0]] + + def verify(self, signature): + digest = self.finalize() + if not constant_time.bytes_eq(digest, signature): + raise InvalidSignature("Signature did not match digest.") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ocsp.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/ocsp.py @@ -0,0 +1,381 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import functools + +from cryptography import utils, x509 +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.decode_asn1 import ( + _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_CODE_TO_ENUM, _OCSP_BASICRESP_EXT_PARSER, + _OCSP_REQ_EXT_PARSER, _asn1_integer_to_int, + _asn1_string_to_bytes, _decode_x509_name, _obj2txt, + _parse_asn1_generalized_time, +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.x509 import _Certificate +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.x509.ocsp import ( + OCSPCertStatus, OCSPRequest, OCSPResponse, OCSPResponseStatus, + _CERT_STATUS_TO_ENUM, _OIDS_TO_HASH, _RESPONSE_STATUS_TO_ENUM, +) + + +def _requires_successful_response(func): + @functools.wraps(func) + def wrapper(self, *args): + if self.response_status != OCSPResponseStatus.SUCCESSFUL: + raise ValueError( + "OCSP response status is not successful so the property " + "has no value" + ) + else: + return func(self, *args) + + return wrapper + + +def _issuer_key_hash(backend, cert_id): + key_hash = backend._ffi.new("ASN1_OCTET_STRING **") + res = backend._lib.OCSP_id_get0_info( + backend._ffi.NULL, backend._ffi.NULL, + key_hash, backend._ffi.NULL, cert_id + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(key_hash[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, key_hash[0]) + + +def _issuer_name_hash(backend, cert_id): + name_hash = backend._ffi.new("ASN1_OCTET_STRING **") + res = backend._lib.OCSP_id_get0_info( + name_hash, backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL, backend._ffi.NULL, cert_id + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(name_hash[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(backend, name_hash[0]) + + +def _serial_number(backend, cert_id): + num = backend._ffi.new("ASN1_INTEGER **") + res = backend._lib.OCSP_id_get0_info( + backend._ffi.NULL, backend._ffi.NULL, + backend._ffi.NULL, num, cert_id + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(num[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_integer_to_int(backend, num[0]) + + +def _hash_algorithm(backend, cert_id): + asn1obj = backend._ffi.new("ASN1_OBJECT **") + res = backend._lib.OCSP_id_get0_info( + backend._ffi.NULL, asn1obj, + backend._ffi.NULL, backend._ffi.NULL, cert_id + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(asn1obj[0] != backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = _obj2txt(backend, asn1obj[0]) + try: + return _OIDS_TO_HASH[oid] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Signature algorithm OID: {} not recognized".format(oid) + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(OCSPResponse) +class _OCSPResponse(object): + def __init__(self, backend, ocsp_response): + self._backend = backend + self._ocsp_response = ocsp_response + status = self._backend._lib.OCSP_response_status(self._ocsp_response) + self._backend.openssl_assert(status in _RESPONSE_STATUS_TO_ENUM) + self._status = _RESPONSE_STATUS_TO_ENUM[status] + if self._status is OCSPResponseStatus.SUCCESSFUL: + basic = self._backend._lib.OCSP_response_get1_basic( + self._ocsp_response + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(basic != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._basic = self._backend._ffi.gc( + basic, self._backend._lib.OCSP_BASICRESP_free + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert( + self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_count(self._basic) == 1 + ) + self._single = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0(self._basic, 0) + self._backend.openssl_assert( + self._single != self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._cert_id = self._backend._lib.OCSP_SINGLERESP_get0_id( + self._single + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert( + self._cert_id != self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + + response_status = utils.read_only_property("_status") + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def signature_algorithm_oid(self): + alg = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_tbs_sigalg(self._basic) + self._backend.openssl_assert(alg != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = _obj2txt(self._backend, alg.algorithm) + return x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def signature_hash_algorithm(self): + oid = self.signature_algorithm_oid + try: + return x509._SIG_OIDS_TO_HASH[oid] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Signature algorithm OID:{} not recognized".format(oid) + ) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def signature(self): + sig = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_signature(self._basic) + self._backend.openssl_assert(sig != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(self._backend, sig) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def tbs_response_bytes(self): + respdata = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_respdata(self._basic) + self._backend.openssl_assert(respdata != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pp = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_OCSP_RESPDATA(respdata, pp) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pp[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pp = self._backend._ffi.gc( + pp, lambda pointer: self._backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(pointer[0]) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(pp[0], res)[:] + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def certificates(self): + sk_x509 = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_certs(self._basic) + num = self._backend._lib.sk_X509_num(sk_x509) + certs = [] + for i in range(num): + x509 = self._backend._lib.sk_X509_value(sk_x509, i) + self._backend.openssl_assert(x509 != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + cert = _Certificate(self._backend, x509) + # We need to keep the OCSP response that the certificate came from + # alive until the Certificate object itself goes out of scope, so + # we give it a private reference. + cert._ocsp_resp = self + certs.append(cert) + + return certs + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def responder_key_hash(self): + _, asn1_string = self._responder_key_name() + if asn1_string == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + return None + else: + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(self._backend, asn1_string) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def responder_name(self): + x509_name, _ = self._responder_key_name() + if x509_name == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + return None + else: + return _decode_x509_name(self._backend, x509_name) + + def _responder_key_name(self): + asn1_string = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_OCTET_STRING **") + x509_name = self._backend._ffi.new("X509_NAME **") + res = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_id( + self._basic, asn1_string, x509_name + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return x509_name[0], asn1_string[0] + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def produced_at(self): + produced_at = self._backend._lib.OCSP_resp_get0_produced_at( + self._basic + ) + return _parse_asn1_generalized_time(self._backend, produced_at) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def certificate_status(self): + status = self._backend._lib.OCSP_single_get0_status( + self._single, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(status in _CERT_STATUS_TO_ENUM) + return _CERT_STATUS_TO_ENUM[status] + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def revocation_time(self): + if self.certificate_status is not OCSPCertStatus.REVOKED: + return None + + asn1_time = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **") + self._backend._lib.OCSP_single_get0_status( + self._single, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + asn1_time, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(asn1_time[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _parse_asn1_generalized_time(self._backend, asn1_time[0]) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def revocation_reason(self): + if self.certificate_status is not OCSPCertStatus.REVOKED: + return None + + reason_ptr = self._backend._ffi.new("int *") + self._backend._lib.OCSP_single_get0_status( + self._single, + reason_ptr, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + ) + # If no reason is encoded OpenSSL returns -1 + if reason_ptr[0] == -1: + return None + else: + self._backend.openssl_assert( + reason_ptr[0] in _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_CODE_TO_ENUM + ) + return _CRL_ENTRY_REASON_CODE_TO_ENUM[reason_ptr[0]] + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def this_update(self): + asn1_time = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **") + self._backend._lib.OCSP_single_get0_status( + self._single, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + asn1_time, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(asn1_time[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _parse_asn1_generalized_time(self._backend, asn1_time[0]) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def next_update(self): + asn1_time = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **") + self._backend._lib.OCSP_single_get0_status( + self._single, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, + asn1_time, + ) + if asn1_time[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL: + return _parse_asn1_generalized_time(self._backend, asn1_time[0]) + else: + return None + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def issuer_key_hash(self): + return _issuer_key_hash(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def issuer_name_hash(self): + return _issuer_name_hash(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def hash_algorithm(self): + return _hash_algorithm(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + @_requires_successful_response + def serial_number(self): + return _serial_number(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @utils.cached_property + @_requires_successful_response + def extensions(self): + return _OCSP_BASICRESP_EXT_PARSER.parse(self._backend, self._basic) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding): + if encoding is not serialization.Encoding.DER: + raise ValueError( + "The only allowed encoding value is Encoding.DER" + ) + + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_OCSP_RESPONSE_bio( + bio, self._ocsp_response + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + + +@utils.register_interface(OCSPRequest) +class _OCSPRequest(object): + def __init__(self, backend, ocsp_request): + if backend._lib.OCSP_request_onereq_count(ocsp_request) > 1: + raise NotImplementedError( + 'OCSP request contains more than one request' + ) + self._backend = backend + self._ocsp_request = ocsp_request + self._request = self._backend._lib.OCSP_request_onereq_get0( + self._ocsp_request, 0 + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(self._request != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._cert_id = self._backend._lib.OCSP_onereq_get0_id(self._request) + self._backend.openssl_assert(self._cert_id != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + + @property + def issuer_key_hash(self): + return _issuer_key_hash(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + def issuer_name_hash(self): + return _issuer_name_hash(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + def serial_number(self): + return _serial_number(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @property + def hash_algorithm(self): + return _hash_algorithm(self._backend, self._cert_id) + + @utils.cached_property + def extensions(self): + return _OCSP_REQ_EXT_PARSER.parse(self._backend, self._ocsp_request) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding): + if encoding is not serialization.Encoding.DER: + raise ValueError( + "The only allowed encoding value is Encoding.DER" + ) + + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_OCSP_REQUEST_bio(bio, self._ocsp_request) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + return self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/poly1305.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/poly1305.py @@ -0,0 +1,60 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +from cryptography.exceptions import InvalidSignature +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import constant_time + + +_POLY1305_TAG_SIZE = 16 +_POLY1305_KEY_SIZE = 32 + + +class _Poly1305Context(object): + def __init__(self, backend, key): + self._backend = backend + + key_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(key) + # This function copies the key into OpenSSL-owned memory so we don't + # need to retain it ourselves + evp_pkey = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key( + self._backend._lib.NID_poly1305, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, key_ptr, len(key) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._evp_pkey = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_pkey, self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_free + ) + ctx = self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_new() + self._backend.openssl_assert(ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc( + ctx, self._backend._lib.Cryptography_EVP_MD_CTX_free + ) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSignInit( + self._ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._evp_pkey + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + def update(self, data): + data_ptr = self._backend._ffi.from_buffer(data) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSignUpdate( + self._ctx, data_ptr, len(data) + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + + def finalize(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", _POLY1305_TAG_SIZE) + outlen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_DigestSignFinal(self._ctx, buf, outlen) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res != 0) + self._backend.openssl_assert(outlen[0] == _POLY1305_TAG_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:outlen[0]] + + def verify(self, tag): + mac = self.finalize() + if not constant_time.bytes_eq(mac, tag): + raise InvalidSignature("Value did not match computed tag.") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/rsa.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/rsa.py @@ -0,0 +1,478 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import math + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import ( + InvalidSignature, UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.utils import ( + _calculate_digest_and_algorithm, _check_not_prehashed, + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import ( + AsymmetricSignatureContext, AsymmetricVerificationContext, rsa +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.padding import ( + AsymmetricPadding, MGF1, OAEP, PKCS1v15, PSS, calculate_max_pss_salt_length +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.rsa import ( + RSAPrivateKeyWithSerialization, RSAPublicKeyWithSerialization +) + + +def _get_rsa_pss_salt_length(pss, key, hash_algorithm): + salt = pss._salt_length + + if salt is MGF1.MAX_LENGTH or salt is PSS.MAX_LENGTH: + return calculate_max_pss_salt_length(key, hash_algorithm) + else: + return salt + + +def _enc_dec_rsa(backend, key, data, padding): + if not isinstance(padding, AsymmetricPadding): + raise TypeError("Padding must be an instance of AsymmetricPadding.") + + if isinstance(padding, PKCS1v15): + padding_enum = backend._lib.RSA_PKCS1_PADDING + elif isinstance(padding, OAEP): + padding_enum = backend._lib.RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING + + if not isinstance(padding._mgf, MGF1): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Only MGF1 is supported by this backend.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_MGF + ) + + if not backend.rsa_padding_supported(padding): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "This combination of padding and hash algorithm is not " + "supported by this backend.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PADDING + ) + + else: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not supported by this backend.".format( + padding.name + ), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PADDING + ) + + return _enc_dec_rsa_pkey_ctx(backend, key, data, padding_enum, padding) + + +def _enc_dec_rsa_pkey_ctx(backend, key, data, padding_enum, padding): + if isinstance(key, _RSAPublicKey): + init = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_encrypt_init + crypt = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_encrypt + else: + init = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_decrypt_init + crypt = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_decrypt + + pkey_ctx = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_new( + key._evp_pkey, backend._ffi.NULL + ) + backend.openssl_assert(pkey_ctx != backend._ffi.NULL) + pkey_ctx = backend._ffi.gc(pkey_ctx, backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_free) + res = init(pkey_ctx) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_padding( + pkey_ctx, padding_enum) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + buf_size = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_size(key._evp_pkey) + backend.openssl_assert(buf_size > 0) + if ( + isinstance(padding, OAEP) and + backend._lib.Cryptography_HAS_RSA_OAEP_MD + ): + mgf1_md = backend._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm( + padding._mgf._algorithm) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_mgf1_md(pkey_ctx, mgf1_md) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + oaep_md = backend._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(padding._algorithm) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_oaep_md(pkey_ctx, oaep_md) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + + if ( + isinstance(padding, OAEP) and + padding._label is not None and + len(padding._label) > 0 + ): + # set0_rsa_oaep_label takes ownership of the char * so we need to + # copy it into some new memory + labelptr = backend._lib.OPENSSL_malloc(len(padding._label)) + backend.openssl_assert(labelptr != backend._ffi.NULL) + backend._ffi.memmove(labelptr, padding._label, len(padding._label)) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set0_rsa_oaep_label( + pkey_ctx, labelptr, len(padding._label) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + + outlen = backend._ffi.new("size_t *", buf_size) + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", buf_size) + res = crypt(pkey_ctx, buf, outlen, data, len(data)) + if res <= 0: + _handle_rsa_enc_dec_error(backend, key) + + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:outlen[0]] + + +def _handle_rsa_enc_dec_error(backend, key): + errors = backend._consume_errors() + backend.openssl_assert(errors) + backend.openssl_assert(errors[0].lib == backend._lib.ERR_LIB_RSA) + if isinstance(key, _RSAPublicKey): + backend.openssl_assert( + errors[0].reason == backend._lib.RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_KEY_SIZE + ) + raise ValueError( + "Data too long for key size. Encrypt less data or use a " + "larger key size." + ) + else: + decoding_errors = [ + backend._lib.RSA_R_BLOCK_TYPE_IS_NOT_01, + backend._lib.RSA_R_BLOCK_TYPE_IS_NOT_02, + backend._lib.RSA_R_OAEP_DECODING_ERROR, + # Though this error looks similar to the + # RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_KEY_SIZE, this occurs on decrypts, + # rather than on encrypts + backend._lib.RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_MODULUS, + ] + if backend._lib.Cryptography_HAS_RSA_R_PKCS_DECODING_ERROR: + decoding_errors.append(backend._lib.RSA_R_PKCS_DECODING_ERROR) + + backend.openssl_assert(errors[0].reason in decoding_errors) + raise ValueError("Decryption failed.") + + +def _rsa_sig_determine_padding(backend, key, padding, algorithm): + if not isinstance(padding, AsymmetricPadding): + raise TypeError("Expected provider of AsymmetricPadding.") + + pkey_size = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_size(key._evp_pkey) + backend.openssl_assert(pkey_size > 0) + + if isinstance(padding, PKCS1v15): + padding_enum = backend._lib.RSA_PKCS1_PADDING + elif isinstance(padding, PSS): + if not isinstance(padding._mgf, MGF1): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Only MGF1 is supported by this backend.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_MGF + ) + + # Size of key in bytes - 2 is the maximum + # PSS signature length (salt length is checked later) + if pkey_size - algorithm.digest_size - 2 < 0: + raise ValueError("Digest too large for key size. Use a larger " + "key or different digest.") + + padding_enum = backend._lib.RSA_PKCS1_PSS_PADDING + else: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not supported by this backend.".format(padding.name), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PADDING + ) + + return padding_enum + + +def _rsa_sig_setup(backend, padding, algorithm, key, data, init_func): + padding_enum = _rsa_sig_determine_padding(backend, key, padding, algorithm) + evp_md = backend._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm(algorithm) + pkey_ctx = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_new(key._evp_pkey, backend._ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(pkey_ctx != backend._ffi.NULL) + pkey_ctx = backend._ffi.gc(pkey_ctx, backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_free) + res = init_func(pkey_ctx) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_signature_md(pkey_ctx, evp_md) + if res == 0: + backend._consume_errors() + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "{} is not supported by this backend for RSA signing.".format( + algorithm.name + ), + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_HASH + ) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_padding(pkey_ctx, padding_enum) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + if isinstance(padding, PSS): + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_pss_saltlen( + pkey_ctx, _get_rsa_pss_salt_length(padding, key, algorithm) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + + mgf1_md = backend._evp_md_non_null_from_algorithm( + padding._mgf._algorithm) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_mgf1_md(pkey_ctx, mgf1_md) + backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + + return pkey_ctx + + +def _rsa_sig_sign(backend, padding, algorithm, private_key, data): + pkey_ctx = _rsa_sig_setup( + backend, padding, algorithm, private_key, data, + backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_sign_init + ) + buflen = backend._ffi.new("size_t *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_sign( + pkey_ctx, + backend._ffi.NULL, + buflen, + data, + len(data) + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", buflen[0]) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_sign( + pkey_ctx, buf, buflen, data, len(data)) + if res != 1: + errors = backend._consume_errors() + backend.openssl_assert(errors[0].lib == backend._lib.ERR_LIB_RSA) + if ( + errors[0].reason == + backend._lib.RSA_R_DATA_TOO_LARGE_FOR_KEY_SIZE + ): + reason = ("Salt length too long for key size. Try using " + "MAX_LENGTH instead.") + else: + backend.openssl_assert( + errors[0].reason == + backend._lib.RSA_R_DIGEST_TOO_BIG_FOR_RSA_KEY + ) + reason = "Digest too large for key size. Use a larger key." + raise ValueError(reason) + + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf)[:] + + +def _rsa_sig_verify(backend, padding, algorithm, public_key, signature, data): + pkey_ctx = _rsa_sig_setup( + backend, padding, algorithm, public_key, data, + backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_verify_init + ) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_verify( + pkey_ctx, signature, len(signature), data, len(data) + ) + # The previous call can return negative numbers in the event of an + # error. This is not a signature failure but we need to fail if it + # occurs. + backend.openssl_assert(res >= 0) + if res == 0: + backend._consume_errors() + raise InvalidSignature + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricSignatureContext) +class _RSASignatureContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, private_key, padding, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._private_key = private_key + + # We now call _rsa_sig_determine_padding in _rsa_sig_setup. However + # we need to make a pointless call to it here so we maintain the + # API of erroring on init with this context if the values are invalid. + _rsa_sig_determine_padding(backend, private_key, padding, algorithm) + self._padding = padding + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._hash_ctx = hashes.Hash(self._algorithm, self._backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._hash_ctx.update(data) + + def finalize(self): + return _rsa_sig_sign( + self._backend, + self._padding, + self._algorithm, + self._private_key, + self._hash_ctx.finalize() + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricVerificationContext) +class _RSAVerificationContext(object): + def __init__(self, backend, public_key, signature, padding, algorithm): + self._backend = backend + self._public_key = public_key + self._signature = signature + self._padding = padding + # We now call _rsa_sig_determine_padding in _rsa_sig_setup. However + # we need to make a pointless call to it here so we maintain the + # API of erroring on init with this context if the values are invalid. + _rsa_sig_determine_padding(backend, public_key, padding, algorithm) + + padding = padding + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._hash_ctx = hashes.Hash(self._algorithm, self._backend) + + def update(self, data): + self._hash_ctx.update(data) + + def verify(self): + return _rsa_sig_verify( + self._backend, + self._padding, + self._algorithm, + self._public_key, + self._signature, + self._hash_ctx.finalize() + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(RSAPrivateKeyWithSerialization) +class _RSAPrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._rsa_cdata = rsa_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + n = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_key( + self._rsa_cdata, n, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(n[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._key_size = self._backend._lib.BN_num_bits(n[0]) + + key_size = utils.read_only_property("_key_size") + + def signer(self, padding, algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + _check_not_prehashed(algorithm) + return _RSASignatureContext(self._backend, self, padding, algorithm) + + def decrypt(self, ciphertext, padding): + key_size_bytes = int(math.ceil(self.key_size / 8.0)) + if key_size_bytes != len(ciphertext): + raise ValueError("Ciphertext length must be equal to key size.") + + return _enc_dec_rsa(self._backend, self, ciphertext, padding) + + def public_key(self): + ctx = self._backend._lib.RSAPublicKey_dup(self._rsa_cdata) + self._backend.openssl_assert(ctx != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + ctx = self._backend._ffi.gc(ctx, self._backend._lib.RSA_free) + res = self._backend._lib.RSA_blinding_on(ctx, self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._backend._rsa_cdata_to_evp_pkey(ctx) + return _RSAPublicKey(self._backend, ctx, evp_pkey) + + def private_numbers(self): + n = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + e = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + d = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + p = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + q = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + dmp1 = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + dmq1 = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + iqmp = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_key(self._rsa_cdata, n, e, d) + self._backend.openssl_assert(n[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(e[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(d[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_factors(self._rsa_cdata, p, q) + self._backend.openssl_assert(p[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(q[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_crt_params( + self._rsa_cdata, dmp1, dmq1, iqmp + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(dmp1[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(dmq1[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(iqmp[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return rsa.RSAPrivateNumbers( + p=self._backend._bn_to_int(p[0]), + q=self._backend._bn_to_int(q[0]), + d=self._backend._bn_to_int(d[0]), + dmp1=self._backend._bn_to_int(dmp1[0]), + dmq1=self._backend._bn_to_int(dmq1[0]), + iqmp=self._backend._bn_to_int(iqmp[0]), + public_numbers=rsa.RSAPublicNumbers( + e=self._backend._bn_to_int(e[0]), + n=self._backend._bn_to_int(n[0]), + ) + ) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + encryption_algorithm, + self._evp_pkey, + self._rsa_cdata + ) + + def sign(self, data, padding, algorithm): + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, algorithm + ) + return _rsa_sig_sign(self._backend, padding, algorithm, self, data) + + +@utils.register_interface(RSAPublicKeyWithSerialization) +class _RSAPublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, rsa_cdata, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._rsa_cdata = rsa_cdata + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + n = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_key( + self._rsa_cdata, n, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(n[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._key_size = self._backend._lib.BN_num_bits(n[0]) + + key_size = utils.read_only_property("_key_size") + + def verifier(self, signature, padding, algorithm): + _warn_sign_verify_deprecated() + utils._check_bytes("signature", signature) + + _check_not_prehashed(algorithm) + return _RSAVerificationContext( + self._backend, self, signature, padding, algorithm + ) + + def encrypt(self, plaintext, padding): + return _enc_dec_rsa(self._backend, self, plaintext, padding) + + def public_numbers(self): + n = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + e = self._backend._ffi.new("BIGNUM **") + self._backend._lib.RSA_get0_key( + self._rsa_cdata, n, e, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(n[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + self._backend.openssl_assert(e[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return rsa.RSAPublicNumbers( + e=self._backend._bn_to_int(e[0]), + n=self._backend._bn_to_int(n[0]), + ) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, + format, + self, + self._evp_pkey, + self._rsa_cdata + ) + + def verify(self, signature, data, padding, algorithm): + data, algorithm = _calculate_digest_and_algorithm( + self._backend, data, algorithm + ) + return _rsa_sig_verify( + self._backend, padding, algorithm, self, signature, data + ) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/utils.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/utils.py @@ -0,0 +1,69 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import warnings + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.utils import Prehashed + + +def _evp_pkey_derive(backend, evp_pkey, peer_public_key): + ctx = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_new(evp_pkey, backend._ffi.NULL) + backend.openssl_assert(ctx != backend._ffi.NULL) + ctx = backend._ffi.gc(ctx, backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_CTX_free) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_derive_init(ctx) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_derive_set_peer( + ctx, peer_public_key._evp_pkey + ) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + keylen = backend._ffi.new("size_t *") + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_derive(ctx, backend._ffi.NULL, keylen) + backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + backend.openssl_assert(keylen[0] > 0) + buf = backend._ffi.new("unsigned char[]", keylen[0]) + res = backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_derive(ctx, buf, keylen) + if res != 1: + raise ValueError( + "Null shared key derived from public/private pair." + ) + + return backend._ffi.buffer(buf, keylen[0])[:] + + +def _calculate_digest_and_algorithm(backend, data, algorithm): + if not isinstance(algorithm, Prehashed): + hash_ctx = hashes.Hash(algorithm, backend) + hash_ctx.update(data) + data = hash_ctx.finalize() + else: + algorithm = algorithm._algorithm + + if len(data) != algorithm.digest_size: + raise ValueError( + "The provided data must be the same length as the hash " + "algorithm's digest size." + ) + + return (data, algorithm) + + +def _check_not_prehashed(signature_algorithm): + if isinstance(signature_algorithm, Prehashed): + raise TypeError( + "Prehashed is only supported in the sign and verify methods. " + "It cannot be used with signer or verifier." + ) + + +def _warn_sign_verify_deprecated(): + warnings.warn( + "signer and verifier have been deprecated. Please use sign " + "and verify instead.", + utils.PersistentlyDeprecated2017, + stacklevel=3 + ) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x25519.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x25519.py @@ -0,0 +1,149 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import warnings + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.utils import _evp_pkey_derive +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.x25519 import ( + X25519PrivateKey, X25519PublicKey +) + + +_X25519_KEY_SIZE = 32 + + +@utils.register_interface(X25519PublicKey) +class _X25519PublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_bytes(self, encoding=None, format=None): + if encoding is None or format is None: + if encoding is not None or format is not None: + raise ValueError("Both encoding and format are required") + else: + warnings.warn( + "public_bytes now requires encoding and format arguments. " + "Support for calling without arguments will be removed in " + "cryptography 2.7", + utils.DeprecatedIn25, + ) + encoding = serialization.Encoding.Raw + format = serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw" + ) + + return self._raw_public_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be SubjectPublicKeyInfo when encoding is PEM or " + "DER" + ) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, format, self, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_public_bytes(self): + ucharpp = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get1_tls_encodedpoint( + self._evp_pkey, ucharpp + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 32) + self._backend.openssl_assert(ucharpp[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + data = self._backend._ffi.gc( + ucharpp[0], self._backend._lib.OPENSSL_free + ) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(data, res)[:] + + +@utils.register_interface(X25519PrivateKey) +class _X25519PrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_key(self): + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_PUBKEY_bio(bio, self._evp_pkey) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + evp_pkey = self._backend._lib.d2i_PUBKEY_bio( + bio, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(evp_pkey != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + evp_pkey = self._backend._ffi.gc( + evp_pkey, self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_free + ) + return _X25519PublicKey(self._backend, evp_pkey) + + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + if not isinstance(peer_public_key, X25519PublicKey): + raise TypeError("peer_public_key must be X25519PublicKey.") + + return _evp_pkey_derive( + self._backend, self._evp_pkey, peer_public_key + ) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.Raw or + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or not + isinstance(encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption) + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw " + "and encryption_algorithm must be NoEncryption" + ) + + return self._raw_private_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8 + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be PKCS8 when encoding is PEM or DER" + ) + + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, format, encryption_algorithm, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_private_bytes(self): + # When we drop support for CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_111 we can + # switch this to EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key + # The trick we use here is serializing to a PKCS8 key and just + # using the last 32 bytes, which is the key itself. + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_PKCS8PrivateKey_bio( + bio, self._evp_pkey, + self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL, + 0, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + pkcs8 = self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + self._backend.openssl_assert(len(pkcs8) == 48) + return pkcs8[-_X25519_KEY_SIZE:] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x448.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x448.py @@ -0,0 +1,123 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.utils import _evp_pkey_derive +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric.x448 import ( + X448PrivateKey, X448PublicKey +) + +_X448_KEY_SIZE = 56 + + +@utils.register_interface(X448PublicKey) +class _X448PublicKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw" + ) + + return self._raw_public_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PublicFormat.SubjectPublicKeyInfo + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be SubjectPublicKeyInfo when encoding is PEM or " + "DER" + ) + + return self._backend._public_key_bytes( + encoding, format, self, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_public_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _X448_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _X448_KEY_SIZE)[:] + + +@utils.register_interface(X448PrivateKey) +class _X448PrivateKey(object): + def __init__(self, backend, evp_pkey): + self._backend = backend + self._evp_pkey = evp_pkey + + def public_key(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _X448_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend.x448_load_public_bytes(buf) + + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + if not isinstance(peer_public_key, X448PublicKey): + raise TypeError("peer_public_key must be X448PublicKey.") + + return _evp_pkey_derive( + self._backend, self._evp_pkey, peer_public_key + ) + + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + if ( + encoding is serialization.Encoding.Raw or + format is serialization.PublicFormat.Raw + ): + if ( + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.Raw or + encoding is not serialization.Encoding.Raw or not + isinstance(encryption_algorithm, serialization.NoEncryption) + ): + raise ValueError( + "When using Raw both encoding and format must be Raw " + "and encryption_algorithm must be NoEncryption" + ) + + return self._raw_private_bytes() + + if ( + encoding in serialization._PEM_DER and + format is not serialization.PrivateFormat.PKCS8 + ): + raise ValueError( + "format must be PKCS8 when encoding is PEM or DER" + ) + + return self._backend._private_key_bytes( + encoding, format, encryption_algorithm, self._evp_pkey, None + ) + + def _raw_private_bytes(self): + buf = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char []", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + buflen = self._backend._ffi.new("size_t *", _X448_KEY_SIZE) + res = self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_get_raw_private_key( + self._evp_pkey, buf, buflen + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + self._backend.openssl_assert(buflen[0] == _X448_KEY_SIZE) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(buf, _X448_KEY_SIZE)[:] diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x509.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/backends/openssl/x509.py @@ -0,0 +1,546 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import datetime +import operator + +from cryptography import utils, x509 +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.decode_asn1 import ( + _CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER, _CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER_NO_SCT, + _CRL_EXTENSION_PARSER, _CSR_EXTENSION_PARSER, + _REVOKED_CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER, _asn1_integer_to_int, + _asn1_string_to_bytes, _decode_x509_name, _obj2txt, _parse_asn1_time +) +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.encode_asn1 import ( + _encode_asn1_int_gc +) +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes, serialization +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import dsa, ec, rsa + + +@utils.register_interface(x509.Certificate) +class _Certificate(object): + def __init__(self, backend, x509): + self._backend = backend + self._x509 = x509 + + def __repr__(self): + return "<Certificate(subject={}, ...)>".format(self.subject) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, x509.Certificate): + return NotImplemented + + res = self._backend._lib.X509_cmp(self._x509, other._x509) + return res == 0 + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash(self.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.DER)) + + def fingerprint(self, algorithm): + h = hashes.Hash(algorithm, self._backend) + h.update(self.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.DER)) + return h.finalize() + + @property + def version(self): + version = self._backend._lib.X509_get_version(self._x509) + if version == 0: + return x509.Version.v1 + elif version == 2: + return x509.Version.v3 + else: + raise x509.InvalidVersion( + "{} is not a valid X509 version".format(version), version + ) + + @property + def serial_number(self): + asn1_int = self._backend._lib.X509_get_serialNumber(self._x509) + self._backend.openssl_assert(asn1_int != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_integer_to_int(self._backend, asn1_int) + + def public_key(self): + pkey = self._backend._lib.X509_get_pubkey(self._x509) + if pkey == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + # Remove errors from the stack. + self._backend._consume_errors() + raise ValueError("Certificate public key is of an unknown type") + + pkey = self._backend._ffi.gc(pkey, self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + + return self._backend._evp_pkey_to_public_key(pkey) + + @property + def not_valid_before(self): + asn1_time = self._backend._lib.X509_get_notBefore(self._x509) + return _parse_asn1_time(self._backend, asn1_time) + + @property + def not_valid_after(self): + asn1_time = self._backend._lib.X509_get_notAfter(self._x509) + return _parse_asn1_time(self._backend, asn1_time) + + @property + def issuer(self): + issuer = self._backend._lib.X509_get_issuer_name(self._x509) + self._backend.openssl_assert(issuer != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _decode_x509_name(self._backend, issuer) + + @property + def subject(self): + subject = self._backend._lib.X509_get_subject_name(self._x509) + self._backend.openssl_assert(subject != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _decode_x509_name(self._backend, subject) + + @property + def signature_hash_algorithm(self): + oid = self.signature_algorithm_oid + try: + return x509._SIG_OIDS_TO_HASH[oid] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Signature algorithm OID:{} not recognized".format(oid) + ) + + @property + def signature_algorithm_oid(self): + alg = self._backend._ffi.new("X509_ALGOR **") + self._backend._lib.X509_get0_signature( + self._backend._ffi.NULL, alg, self._x509 + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(alg[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = _obj2txt(self._backend, alg[0].algorithm) + return x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid) + + @utils.cached_property + def extensions(self): + if self._backend._lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_110_OR_GREATER: + return _CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER.parse( + self._backend, self._x509 + ) + else: + return _CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER_NO_SCT.parse( + self._backend, self._x509 + ) + + @property + def signature(self): + sig = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_BIT_STRING **") + self._backend._lib.X509_get0_signature( + sig, self._backend._ffi.NULL, self._x509 + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(sig[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(self._backend, sig[0]) + + @property + def tbs_certificate_bytes(self): + pp = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_re_X509_tbs(self._x509, pp) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + pp = self._backend._ffi.gc( + pp, lambda pointer: self._backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(pointer[0]) + ) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(pp[0], res)[:] + + def public_bytes(self, encoding): + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + res = self._backend._lib.PEM_write_bio_X509(bio, self._x509) + elif encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER: + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_X509_bio(bio, self._x509) + else: + raise TypeError("encoding must be an item from the Encoding enum") + + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + + +@utils.register_interface(x509.RevokedCertificate) +class _RevokedCertificate(object): + def __init__(self, backend, crl, x509_revoked): + self._backend = backend + # The X509_REVOKED_value is a X509_REVOKED * that has + # no reference counting. This means when X509_CRL_free is + # called then the CRL and all X509_REVOKED * are freed. Since + # you can retain a reference to a single revoked certificate + # and let the CRL fall out of scope we need to retain a + # private reference to the CRL inside the RevokedCertificate + # object to prevent the gc from being called inappropriately. + self._crl = crl + self._x509_revoked = x509_revoked + + @property + def serial_number(self): + asn1_int = self._backend._lib.X509_REVOKED_get0_serialNumber( + self._x509_revoked + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(asn1_int != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_integer_to_int(self._backend, asn1_int) + + @property + def revocation_date(self): + return _parse_asn1_time( + self._backend, + self._backend._lib.X509_REVOKED_get0_revocationDate( + self._x509_revoked + ) + ) + + @utils.cached_property + def extensions(self): + return _REVOKED_CERTIFICATE_EXTENSION_PARSER.parse( + self._backend, self._x509_revoked + ) + + +@utils.register_interface(x509.CertificateRevocationList) +class _CertificateRevocationList(object): + def __init__(self, backend, x509_crl): + self._backend = backend + self._x509_crl = x509_crl + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, x509.CertificateRevocationList): + return NotImplemented + + res = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_cmp(self._x509_crl, other._x509_crl) + return res == 0 + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def fingerprint(self, algorithm): + h = hashes.Hash(algorithm, self._backend) + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_X509_CRL_bio( + bio, self._x509_crl + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + der = self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + h.update(der) + return h.finalize() + + @utils.cached_property + def _sorted_crl(self): + # X509_CRL_get0_by_serial sorts in place, which breaks a variety of + # things we don't want to break (like iteration and the signature). + # Let's dupe it and sort that instead. + dup = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_dup(self._x509_crl) + self._backend.openssl_assert(dup != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + dup = self._backend._ffi.gc(dup, self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_free) + return dup + + def get_revoked_certificate_by_serial_number(self, serial_number): + revoked = self._backend._ffi.new("X509_REVOKED **") + asn1_int = _encode_asn1_int_gc(self._backend, serial_number) + res = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get0_by_serial( + self._sorted_crl, revoked, asn1_int + ) + if res == 0: + return None + else: + self._backend.openssl_assert( + revoked[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + return _RevokedCertificate( + self._backend, self._sorted_crl, revoked[0] + ) + + @property + def signature_hash_algorithm(self): + oid = self.signature_algorithm_oid + try: + return x509._SIG_OIDS_TO_HASH[oid] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Signature algorithm OID:{} not recognized".format(oid) + ) + + @property + def signature_algorithm_oid(self): + alg = self._backend._ffi.new("X509_ALGOR **") + self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get0_signature( + self._x509_crl, self._backend._ffi.NULL, alg + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(alg[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = _obj2txt(self._backend, alg[0].algorithm) + return x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid) + + @property + def issuer(self): + issuer = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_issuer(self._x509_crl) + self._backend.openssl_assert(issuer != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _decode_x509_name(self._backend, issuer) + + @property + def next_update(self): + nu = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_nextUpdate(self._x509_crl) + self._backend.openssl_assert(nu != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _parse_asn1_time(self._backend, nu) + + @property + def last_update(self): + lu = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_lastUpdate(self._x509_crl) + self._backend.openssl_assert(lu != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _parse_asn1_time(self._backend, lu) + + @property + def signature(self): + sig = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_BIT_STRING **") + self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get0_signature( + self._x509_crl, sig, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(sig[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(self._backend, sig[0]) + + @property + def tbs_certlist_bytes(self): + pp = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_re_X509_CRL_tbs(self._x509_crl, pp) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + pp = self._backend._ffi.gc( + pp, lambda pointer: self._backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(pointer[0]) + ) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(pp[0], res)[:] + + def public_bytes(self, encoding): + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + res = self._backend._lib.PEM_write_bio_X509_CRL( + bio, self._x509_crl + ) + elif encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER: + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_X509_CRL_bio(bio, self._x509_crl) + else: + raise TypeError("encoding must be an item from the Encoding enum") + + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + + def _revoked_cert(self, idx): + revoked = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_REVOKED(self._x509_crl) + r = self._backend._lib.sk_X509_REVOKED_value(revoked, idx) + self._backend.openssl_assert(r != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _RevokedCertificate(self._backend, self, r) + + def __iter__(self): + for i in range(len(self)): + yield self._revoked_cert(i) + + def __getitem__(self, idx): + if isinstance(idx, slice): + start, stop, step = idx.indices(len(self)) + return [self._revoked_cert(i) for i in range(start, stop, step)] + else: + idx = operator.index(idx) + if idx < 0: + idx += len(self) + if not 0 <= idx < len(self): + raise IndexError + return self._revoked_cert(idx) + + def __len__(self): + revoked = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_get_REVOKED(self._x509_crl) + if revoked == self._backend._ffi.NULL: + return 0 + else: + return self._backend._lib.sk_X509_REVOKED_num(revoked) + + @utils.cached_property + def extensions(self): + return _CRL_EXTENSION_PARSER.parse(self._backend, self._x509_crl) + + def is_signature_valid(self, public_key): + if not isinstance(public_key, (dsa.DSAPublicKey, rsa.RSAPublicKey, + ec.EllipticCurvePublicKey)): + raise TypeError('Expecting one of DSAPublicKey, RSAPublicKey,' + ' or EllipticCurvePublicKey.') + res = self._backend._lib.X509_CRL_verify( + self._x509_crl, public_key._evp_pkey + ) + + if res != 1: + self._backend._consume_errors() + return False + + return True + + +@utils.register_interface(x509.CertificateSigningRequest) +class _CertificateSigningRequest(object): + def __init__(self, backend, x509_req): + self._backend = backend + self._x509_req = x509_req + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, _CertificateSigningRequest): + return NotImplemented + + self_bytes = self.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.DER) + other_bytes = other.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.DER) + return self_bytes == other_bytes + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash(self.public_bytes(serialization.Encoding.DER)) + + def public_key(self): + pkey = self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get_pubkey(self._x509_req) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pkey != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pkey = self._backend._ffi.gc(pkey, self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + return self._backend._evp_pkey_to_public_key(pkey) + + @property + def subject(self): + subject = self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get_subject_name(self._x509_req) + self._backend.openssl_assert(subject != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _decode_x509_name(self._backend, subject) + + @property + def signature_hash_algorithm(self): + oid = self.signature_algorithm_oid + try: + return x509._SIG_OIDS_TO_HASH[oid] + except KeyError: + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Signature algorithm OID:{} not recognized".format(oid) + ) + + @property + def signature_algorithm_oid(self): + alg = self._backend._ffi.new("X509_ALGOR **") + self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get0_signature( + self._x509_req, self._backend._ffi.NULL, alg + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(alg[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + oid = _obj2txt(self._backend, alg[0].algorithm) + return x509.ObjectIdentifier(oid) + + @utils.cached_property + def extensions(self): + x509_exts = self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get_extensions(self._x509_req) + x509_exts = self._backend._ffi.gc( + x509_exts, + lambda x: self._backend._lib.sk_X509_EXTENSION_pop_free( + x, self._backend._ffi.addressof( + self._backend._lib._original_lib, "X509_EXTENSION_free" + ) + ) + ) + return _CSR_EXTENSION_PARSER.parse(self._backend, x509_exts) + + def public_bytes(self, encoding): + bio = self._backend._create_mem_bio_gc() + if encoding is serialization.Encoding.PEM: + res = self._backend._lib.PEM_write_bio_X509_REQ( + bio, self._x509_req + ) + elif encoding is serialization.Encoding.DER: + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_X509_REQ_bio(bio, self._x509_req) + else: + raise TypeError("encoding must be an item from the Encoding enum") + + self._backend.openssl_assert(res == 1) + return self._backend._read_mem_bio(bio) + + @property + def tbs_certrequest_bytes(self): + pp = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.i2d_re_X509_REQ_tbs(self._x509_req, pp) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + pp = self._backend._ffi.gc( + pp, lambda pointer: self._backend._lib.OPENSSL_free(pointer[0]) + ) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(pp[0], res)[:] + + @property + def signature(self): + sig = self._backend._ffi.new("ASN1_BIT_STRING **") + self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get0_signature( + self._x509_req, sig, self._backend._ffi.NULL + ) + self._backend.openssl_assert(sig[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return _asn1_string_to_bytes(self._backend, sig[0]) + + @property + def is_signature_valid(self): + pkey = self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_get_pubkey(self._x509_req) + self._backend.openssl_assert(pkey != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + pkey = self._backend._ffi.gc(pkey, self._backend._lib.EVP_PKEY_free) + res = self._backend._lib.X509_REQ_verify(self._x509_req, pkey) + + if res != 1: + self._backend._consume_errors() + return False + + return True + + +@utils.register_interface( + x509.certificate_transparency.SignedCertificateTimestamp +) +class _SignedCertificateTimestamp(object): + def __init__(self, backend, sct_list, sct): + self._backend = backend + # Keep the SCT_LIST that this SCT came from alive. + self._sct_list = sct_list + self._sct = sct + + @property + def version(self): + version = self._backend._lib.SCT_get_version(self._sct) + assert version == self._backend._lib.SCT_VERSION_V1 + return x509.certificate_transparency.Version.v1 + + @property + def log_id(self): + out = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + log_id_length = self._backend._lib.SCT_get0_log_id(self._sct, out) + assert log_id_length >= 0 + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(out[0], log_id_length)[:] + + @property + def timestamp(self): + timestamp = self._backend._lib.SCT_get_timestamp(self._sct) + milliseconds = timestamp % 1000 + return datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp( + timestamp // 1000 + ).replace(microsecond=milliseconds * 1000) + + @property + def entry_type(self): + entry_type = self._backend._lib.SCT_get_log_entry_type(self._sct) + # We currently only support loading SCTs from the X.509 extension, so + # we only have precerts. + assert entry_type == self._backend._lib.CT_LOG_ENTRY_TYPE_PRECERT + return x509.certificate_transparency.LogEntryType.PRE_CERTIFICATE + + @property + def _signature(self): + ptrptr = self._backend._ffi.new("unsigned char **") + res = self._backend._lib.SCT_get0_signature(self._sct, ptrptr) + self._backend.openssl_assert(res > 0) + self._backend.openssl_assert(ptrptr[0] != self._backend._ffi.NULL) + return self._backend._ffi.buffer(ptrptr[0], res)[:] + + def __hash__(self): + return hash(self._signature) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, _SignedCertificateTimestamp): + return NotImplemented + + return self._signature == other._signature + + def __ne__(self, 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See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/__init__.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/_conditional.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/_conditional.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/binding.cpython-37.pyc b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/__pycache__/binding.cpython-37.pyc Binary files differ. diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/_conditional.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/_conditional.py @@ -0,0 +1,434 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + + +def cryptography_has_ec2m(): + return [ + "EC_POINT_set_affine_coordinates_GF2m", + "EC_POINT_get_affine_coordinates_GF2m", + "EC_POINT_set_compressed_coordinates_GF2m", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ec_1_0_2(): + return [ + "EC_curve_nid2nist", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_set_ecdh_auto(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_set_ecdh_auto", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_rsa_r_pkcs_decoding_error(): + return [ + "RSA_R_PKCS_DECODING_ERROR" + ] + + +def cryptography_has_rsa_oaep_md(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_CTX_set_rsa_oaep_md", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_rsa_oaep_label(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_CTX_set0_rsa_oaep_label", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ssl3_method(): + return [ + "SSLv3_method", + "SSLv3_client_method", + "SSLv3_server_method", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_alpn(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_set_alpn_protos", + "SSL_set_alpn_protos", + "SSL_CTX_set_alpn_select_cb", + "SSL_get0_alpn_selected", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_compression(): + return [ + "SSL_get_current_compression", + "SSL_get_current_expansion", + "SSL_COMP_get_name", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_get_server_tmp_key(): + return [ + "SSL_get_server_tmp_key", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_102_verification_error_codes(): + return [ + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_INVALID_VERSION', + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_INVALID_ALGORITHM', + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_INVALID_CURVE', + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_INVALID_SIGNATURE_ALGORITHM', + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_LOS_NOT_ALLOWED', + 'X509_V_ERR_SUITE_B_CANNOT_SIGN_P_384_WITH_P_256', + 'X509_V_ERR_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH', + 'X509_V_ERR_EMAIL_MISMATCH', + 'X509_V_ERR_IP_ADDRESS_MISMATCH' + ] + + +def cryptography_has_102_verification_params(): + return [ + "X509_V_FLAG_SUITEB_128_LOS_ONLY", + "X509_V_FLAG_SUITEB_192_LOS", + "X509_V_FLAG_SUITEB_128_LOS", + "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_host", + "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_email", + "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip", + "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_ip_asc", + "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set_hostflags", + "SSL_get0_param", + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_ALWAYS_CHECK_SUBJECT", + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_NO_WILDCARDS", + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_NO_PARTIAL_WILDCARDS", + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_MULTI_LABEL_WILDCARDS", + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_SINGLE_LABEL_SUBDOMAINS" + ] + + +def cryptography_has_110_verification_params(): + return [ + "X509_CHECK_FLAG_NEVER_CHECK_SUBJECT" + ] + + +def cryptography_has_x509_v_flag_trusted_first(): + return [ + "X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_x509_v_flag_partial_chain(): + return [ + "X509_V_FLAG_PARTIAL_CHAIN", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_set_cert_cb(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_set_cert_cb", + "SSL_set_cert_cb", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ssl_st(): + return [ + "SSL_ST_BEFORE", + "SSL_ST_OK", + "SSL_ST_INIT", + "SSL_ST_RENEGOTIATE", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_tls_st(): + return [ + "TLS_ST_BEFORE", + "TLS_ST_OK", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_locking_callbacks(): + return [ + "Cryptography_setup_ssl_threads", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_scrypt(): + return [ + "EVP_PBE_scrypt", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_generic_dtls_method(): + return [ + "DTLS_method", + "DTLS_server_method", + "DTLS_client_method", + "SSL_OP_NO_DTLSv1", + "SSL_OP_NO_DTLSv1_2", + "DTLS_set_link_mtu", + "DTLS_get_link_min_mtu", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_evp_pkey_dhx(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_DHX", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_mem_functions(): + return [ + "Cryptography_CRYPTO_set_mem_functions", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_sct(): + return [ + "SCT_get_version", + "SCT_get_log_entry_type", + "SCT_get0_log_id", + "SCT_get0_signature", + "SCT_get_timestamp", + "SCT_set_source", + "sk_SCT_num", + "sk_SCT_value", + "SCT_LIST_free", + "sk_SCT_push", + "sk_SCT_new_null", + "SCT_new", + "SCT_set1_log_id", + "SCT_set_timestamp", + "SCT_set_version", + "SCT_set_log_entry_type", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_x509_store_ctx_get_issuer(): + return [ + "X509_STORE_get_get_issuer", + "X509_STORE_set_get_issuer", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_x25519(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_X25519", + "NID_X25519", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_x448(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_X448", + "NID_X448", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ed448(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_ED448", + "NID_ED448", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ed25519(): + return [ + "NID_ED25519", + "EVP_PKEY_ED25519", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_poly1305(): + return [ + "NID_poly1305", + "EVP_PKEY_POLY1305", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_oneshot_evp_digest_sign_verify(): + return [ + "EVP_DigestSign", + "EVP_DigestVerify", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_evp_digestfinal_xof(): + return [ + "EVP_DigestFinalXOF", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_evp_pkey_get_set_tls_encodedpoint(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_get1_tls_encodedpoint", + "EVP_PKEY_set1_tls_encodedpoint", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_fips(): + return [ + "FIPS_set_mode", + "FIPS_mode", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_ssl_sigalgs(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_set1_sigalgs_list", + "SSL_get_sigalgs", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_psk(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_use_psk_identity_hint", + "SSL_CTX_set_psk_server_callback", + "SSL_CTX_set_psk_client_callback", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_custom_ext(): + return [ + "SSL_CTX_add_client_custom_ext", + "SSL_CTX_add_server_custom_ext", + "SSL_extension_supported", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_openssl_cleanup(): + return [ + "OPENSSL_cleanup", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_cipher_details(): + return [ + "SSL_CIPHER_is_aead", + "SSL_CIPHER_get_cipher_nid", + "SSL_CIPHER_get_digest_nid", + "SSL_CIPHER_get_kx_nid", + "SSL_CIPHER_get_auth_nid", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_tlsv13(): + return [ + "SSL_OP_NO_TLSv1_3", + "SSL_VERIFY_POST_HANDSHAKE", + "SSL_CTX_set_ciphersuites", + "SSL_verify_client_post_handshake", + "SSL_CTX_set_post_handshake_auth", + "SSL_set_post_handshake_auth", + "SSL_SESSION_get_max_early_data", + "SSL_write_early_data", + "SSL_read_early_data", + "SSL_CTX_set_max_early_data", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_raw_key(): + return [ + "EVP_PKEY_new_raw_private_key", + "EVP_PKEY_new_raw_public_key", + "EVP_PKEY_get_raw_private_key", + "EVP_PKEY_get_raw_public_key", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_evp_r_memory_limit_exceeded(): + return [ + "EVP_R_MEMORY_LIMIT_EXCEEDED", + ] + + +def cryptography_has_engine(): + return [ + "ENGINE_by_id", + "ENGINE_init", + "ENGINE_finish", + "ENGINE_get_default_RAND", + "ENGINE_set_default_RAND", + "ENGINE_unregister_RAND", + "ENGINE_ctrl_cmd", + "ENGINE_free", + "ENGINE_get_name", + "Cryptography_add_osrandom_engine", + ] + + +# This is a mapping of +# {condition: function-returning-names-dependent-on-that-condition} so we can +# loop over them and delete unsupported names at runtime. It will be removed +# when cffi supports #if in cdef. We use functions instead of just a dict of +# lists so we can use coverage to measure which are used. +CONDITIONAL_NAMES = { + "Cryptography_HAS_EC2M": cryptography_has_ec2m, + "Cryptography_HAS_EC_1_0_2": cryptography_has_ec_1_0_2, + "Cryptography_HAS_SET_ECDH_AUTO": cryptography_has_set_ecdh_auto, + "Cryptography_HAS_RSA_R_PKCS_DECODING_ERROR": ( + cryptography_has_rsa_r_pkcs_decoding_error + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_RSA_OAEP_MD": cryptography_has_rsa_oaep_md, + "Cryptography_HAS_RSA_OAEP_LABEL": cryptography_has_rsa_oaep_label, + "Cryptography_HAS_SSL3_METHOD": cryptography_has_ssl3_method, + "Cryptography_HAS_ALPN": cryptography_has_alpn, + "Cryptography_HAS_COMPRESSION": cryptography_has_compression, + "Cryptography_HAS_GET_SERVER_TMP_KEY": cryptography_has_get_server_tmp_key, + "Cryptography_HAS_102_VERIFICATION_ERROR_CODES": ( + cryptography_has_102_verification_error_codes + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_102_VERIFICATION_PARAMS": ( + cryptography_has_102_verification_params + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_110_VERIFICATION_PARAMS": ( + cryptography_has_110_verification_params + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST": ( + cryptography_has_x509_v_flag_trusted_first + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_X509_V_FLAG_PARTIAL_CHAIN": ( + cryptography_has_x509_v_flag_partial_chain + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_SET_CERT_CB": cryptography_has_set_cert_cb, + "Cryptography_HAS_SSL_ST": cryptography_has_ssl_st, + "Cryptography_HAS_TLS_ST": cryptography_has_tls_st, + "Cryptography_HAS_LOCKING_CALLBACKS": cryptography_has_locking_callbacks, + "Cryptography_HAS_SCRYPT": cryptography_has_scrypt, + "Cryptography_HAS_GENERIC_DTLS_METHOD": ( + cryptography_has_generic_dtls_method + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_DHX": cryptography_has_evp_pkey_dhx, + "Cryptography_HAS_MEM_FUNCTIONS": cryptography_has_mem_functions, + "Cryptography_HAS_SCT": cryptography_has_sct, + "Cryptography_HAS_X509_STORE_CTX_GET_ISSUER": ( + cryptography_has_x509_store_ctx_get_issuer + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_X25519": cryptography_has_x25519, + "Cryptography_HAS_X448": cryptography_has_x448, + "Cryptography_HAS_ED448": cryptography_has_ed448, + "Cryptography_HAS_ED25519": cryptography_has_ed25519, + "Cryptography_HAS_POLY1305": cryptography_has_poly1305, + "Cryptography_HAS_ONESHOT_EVP_DIGEST_SIGN_VERIFY": ( + cryptography_has_oneshot_evp_digest_sign_verify + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_EVP_PKEY_get_set_tls_encodedpoint": ( + cryptography_has_evp_pkey_get_set_tls_encodedpoint + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_FIPS": cryptography_has_fips, + "Cryptography_HAS_SIGALGS": cryptography_has_ssl_sigalgs, + "Cryptography_HAS_PSK": cryptography_has_psk, + "Cryptography_HAS_CUSTOM_EXT": cryptography_has_custom_ext, + "Cryptography_HAS_OPENSSL_CLEANUP": cryptography_has_openssl_cleanup, + "Cryptography_HAS_CIPHER_DETAILS": cryptography_has_cipher_details, + "Cryptography_HAS_TLSv1_3": cryptography_has_tlsv13, + "Cryptography_HAS_RAW_KEY": cryptography_has_raw_key, + "Cryptography_HAS_EVP_DIGESTFINAL_XOF": ( + cryptography_has_evp_digestfinal_xof + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_EVP_R_MEMORY_LIMIT_EXCEEDED": ( + cryptography_has_evp_r_memory_limit_exceeded + ), + "Cryptography_HAS_ENGINE": cryptography_has_engine, +} diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/binding.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/bindings/openssl/binding.py @@ -0,0 +1,197 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import collections +import threading +import types +import warnings + +import cryptography +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import InternalError +from cryptography.hazmat.bindings._openssl import ffi, lib +from cryptography.hazmat.bindings.openssl._conditional import CONDITIONAL_NAMES + +_OpenSSLErrorWithText = collections.namedtuple( + "_OpenSSLErrorWithText", ["code", "lib", "func", "reason", "reason_text"] +) + + +class _OpenSSLError(object): + def __init__(self, code, lib, func, reason): + self._code = code + self._lib = lib + self._func = func + self._reason = reason + + def _lib_reason_match(self, lib, reason): + return lib == self.lib and reason == self.reason + + code = utils.read_only_property("_code") + lib = utils.read_only_property("_lib") + func = utils.read_only_property("_func") + reason = utils.read_only_property("_reason") + + +def _consume_errors(lib): + errors = [] + while True: + code = lib.ERR_get_error() + if code == 0: + break + + err_lib = lib.ERR_GET_LIB(code) + err_func = lib.ERR_GET_FUNC(code) + err_reason = lib.ERR_GET_REASON(code) + + errors.append(_OpenSSLError(code, err_lib, err_func, err_reason)) + + return errors + + +def _openssl_assert(lib, ok): + if not ok: + errors = _consume_errors(lib) + errors_with_text = [] + for err in errors: + buf = ffi.new("char[]", 256) + lib.ERR_error_string_n(err.code, buf, len(buf)) + err_text_reason = ffi.string(buf) + + errors_with_text.append( + _OpenSSLErrorWithText( + err.code, err.lib, err.func, err.reason, err_text_reason + ) + ) + + raise InternalError( + "Unknown OpenSSL error. This error is commonly encountered when " + "another library is not cleaning up the OpenSSL error stack. If " + "you are using cryptography with another library that uses " + "OpenSSL try disabling it before reporting a bug. Otherwise " + "please file an issue at https://github.com/pyca/cryptography/" + "issues with information on how to reproduce " + "this. ({0!r})".format(errors_with_text), + errors_with_text + ) + + +def build_conditional_library(lib, conditional_names): + conditional_lib = types.ModuleType("lib") + conditional_lib._original_lib = lib + excluded_names = set() + for condition, names_cb in conditional_names.items(): + if not getattr(lib, condition): + excluded_names.update(names_cb()) + + for attr in dir(lib): + if attr not in excluded_names: + setattr(conditional_lib, attr, getattr(lib, attr)) + + return conditional_lib + + +class Binding(object): + """ + OpenSSL API wrapper. + """ + lib = None + ffi = ffi + _lib_loaded = False + _init_lock = threading.Lock() + _lock_init_lock = threading.Lock() + + def __init__(self): + self._ensure_ffi_initialized() + + @classmethod + def _register_osrandom_engine(cls): + # Clear any errors extant in the queue before we start. In many + # scenarios other things may be interacting with OpenSSL in the same + # process space and it has proven untenable to assume that they will + # reliably clear the error queue. Once we clear it here we will + # error on any subsequent unexpected item in the stack. + cls.lib.ERR_clear_error() + if cls.lib.Cryptography_HAS_ENGINE: + result = cls.lib.Cryptography_add_osrandom_engine() + _openssl_assert(cls.lib, result in (1, 2)) + + @classmethod + def _ensure_ffi_initialized(cls): + with cls._init_lock: + if not cls._lib_loaded: + cls.lib = build_conditional_library(lib, CONDITIONAL_NAMES) + cls._lib_loaded = True + # initialize the SSL library + cls.lib.SSL_library_init() + # adds all ciphers/digests for EVP + cls.lib.OpenSSL_add_all_algorithms() + # loads error strings for libcrypto and libssl functions + cls.lib.SSL_load_error_strings() + cls._register_osrandom_engine() + + @classmethod + def init_static_locks(cls): + with cls._lock_init_lock: + cls._ensure_ffi_initialized() + # Use Python's implementation if available, importing _ssl triggers + # the setup for this. + __import__("_ssl") + + if (not cls.lib.Cryptography_HAS_LOCKING_CALLBACKS or + cls.lib.CRYPTO_get_locking_callback() != cls.ffi.NULL): + return + + # If nothing else has setup a locking callback already, we set up + # our own + res = lib.Cryptography_setup_ssl_threads() + _openssl_assert(cls.lib, res == 1) + + +def _verify_openssl_version(lib): + if ( + lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_OPENSSL_LESS_THAN_102 and + not lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_IS_LIBRESSL + ): + warnings.warn( + "OpenSSL version 1.0.1 is no longer supported by the OpenSSL " + "project, please upgrade. A future version of cryptography will " + "drop support for it.", + utils.CryptographyDeprecationWarning + ) + + +def _verify_package_version(version): + # Occasionally we run into situations where the version of the Python + # package does not match the version of the shared object that is loaded. + # This may occur in environments where multiple versions of cryptography + # are installed and available in the python path. To avoid errors cropping + # up later this code checks that the currently imported package and the + # shared object that were loaded have the same version and raise an + # ImportError if they do not + so_package_version = ffi.string(lib.CRYPTOGRAPHY_PACKAGE_VERSION) + if version.encode("ascii") != so_package_version: + raise ImportError( + "The version of cryptography does not match the loaded " + "shared object. This can happen if you have multiple copies of " + "cryptography installed in your Python path. Please try creating " + "a new virtual environment to resolve this issue. " + "Loaded python version: {}, shared object version: {}".format( + version, so_package_version + ) + ) + + +_verify_package_version(cryptography.__version__) + +# OpenSSL is not thread safe until the locks are initialized. We call this +# method in module scope so that it executes with the import lock. On +# Pythons < 3.4 this import lock is a global lock, which can prevent a race +# condition registering the OpenSSL locks. On Python 3.4+ the import lock +# is per module so this approach will not work. +Binding.init_static_locks() + +_verify_openssl_version(Binding.lib) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,5 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. 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See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography import utils + + +def generate_parameters(generator, key_size, backend): + return backend.generate_dh_parameters(generator, key_size) + + +class DHPrivateNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, x, public_numbers): + if not isinstance(x, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("x must be an integer.") + + if not isinstance(public_numbers, DHPublicNumbers): + raise TypeError("public_numbers must be an instance of " + "DHPublicNumbers.") + + self._x = x + self._public_numbers = public_numbers + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DHPrivateNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self._x == other._x and + self._public_numbers == other._public_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def private_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_dh_private_numbers(self) + + public_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_public_numbers") + x = utils.read_only_property("_x") + + +class DHPublicNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, y, parameter_numbers): + if not isinstance(y, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("y must be an integer.") + + if not isinstance(parameter_numbers, DHParameterNumbers): + raise TypeError( + "parameters must be an instance of DHParameterNumbers.") + + self._y = y + self._parameter_numbers = parameter_numbers + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DHPublicNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self._y == other._y and + self._parameter_numbers == other._parameter_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def public_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_dh_public_numbers(self) + + y = utils.read_only_property("_y") + parameter_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_parameter_numbers") + + +class DHParameterNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, p, g, q=None): + if ( + not isinstance(p, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(g, six.integer_types) + ): + raise TypeError("p and g must be integers") + if q is not None and not isinstance(q, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("q must be integer or None") + + if g < 2: + raise ValueError("DH generator must be 2 or greater") + + self._p = p + self._g = g + self._q = q + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DHParameterNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self._p == other._p and + self._g == other._g and + self._q == other._q + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def parameters(self, backend): + return backend.load_dh_parameter_numbers(self) + + p = utils.read_only_property("_p") + g = utils.read_only_property("_g") + q = utils.read_only_property("_q") + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DHParameters(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_private_key(self): + """ + Generates and returns a DHPrivateKey. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameter_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + Returns the parameters serialized as bytes. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameter_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DHParameterNumbers. + """ + + +DHParametersWithSerialization = DHParameters + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DHPrivateKey(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the prime modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The DHPublicKey associated with this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameters(self): + """ + The DHParameters object associated with this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + """ + Given peer's DHPublicKey, carry out the key exchange and + return shared key as bytes. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DHPrivateKeyWithSerialization(DHPrivateKey): + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DHPrivateNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DHPublicKey(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the prime modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameters(self): + """ + The DHParameters object associated with this public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DHPublicNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + +DHPublicKeyWithSerialization = DHPublicKey diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/dsa.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/dsa.py @@ -0,0 +1,254 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography import utils + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSAParameters(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def generate_private_key(self): + """ + Generates and returns a DSAPrivateKey. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSAParametersWithNumbers(DSAParameters): + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameter_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DSAParameterNumbers. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSAPrivateKey(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the prime modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The DSAPublicKey associated with this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameters(self): + """ + The DSAParameters object associated with this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def signer(self, signature_algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricSignatureContext used for signing data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def sign(self, data, algorithm): + """ + Signs the data + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSAPrivateKeyWithSerialization(DSAPrivateKey): + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DSAPrivateNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class DSAPublicKey(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the prime modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def parameters(self): + """ + The DSAParameters object associated with this public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verifier(self, signature, signature_algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricVerificationContext used for signing data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_numbers(self): + """ + Returns a DSAPublicNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verify(self, signature, data, algorithm): + """ + Verifies the signature of the data. + """ + + +DSAPublicKeyWithSerialization = DSAPublicKey + + +def generate_parameters(key_size, backend): + return backend.generate_dsa_parameters(key_size) + + +def generate_private_key(key_size, backend): + return backend.generate_dsa_private_key_and_parameters(key_size) + + +def _check_dsa_parameters(parameters): + if parameters.p.bit_length() not in [1024, 2048, 3072]: + raise ValueError("p must be exactly 1024, 2048, or 3072 bits long") + if parameters.q.bit_length() not in [160, 224, 256]: + raise ValueError("q must be exactly 160, 224, or 256 bits long") + + if not (1 < parameters.g < parameters.p): + raise ValueError("g, p don't satisfy 1 < g < p.") + + +def _check_dsa_private_numbers(numbers): + parameters = numbers.public_numbers.parameter_numbers + _check_dsa_parameters(parameters) + if numbers.x <= 0 or numbers.x >= parameters.q: + raise ValueError("x must be > 0 and < q.") + + if numbers.public_numbers.y != pow(parameters.g, numbers.x, parameters.p): + raise ValueError("y must be equal to (g ** x % p).") + + +class DSAParameterNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, p, q, g): + if ( + not isinstance(p, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(q, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(g, six.integer_types) + ): + raise TypeError( + "DSAParameterNumbers p, q, and g arguments must be integers." + ) + + self._p = p + self._q = q + self._g = g + + p = utils.read_only_property("_p") + q = utils.read_only_property("_q") + g = utils.read_only_property("_g") + + def parameters(self, backend): + return backend.load_dsa_parameter_numbers(self) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DSAParameterNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return self.p == other.p and self.q == other.q and self.g == other.g + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __repr__(self): + return ( + "<DSAParameterNumbers(p={self.p}, q={self.q}, g={self.g})>".format( + self=self + ) + ) + + +class DSAPublicNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, y, parameter_numbers): + if not isinstance(y, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("DSAPublicNumbers y argument must be an integer.") + + if not isinstance(parameter_numbers, DSAParameterNumbers): + raise TypeError( + "parameter_numbers must be a DSAParameterNumbers instance." + ) + + self._y = y + self._parameter_numbers = parameter_numbers + + y = utils.read_only_property("_y") + parameter_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_parameter_numbers") + + def public_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_dsa_public_numbers(self) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DSAPublicNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self.y == other.y and + self.parameter_numbers == other.parameter_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __repr__(self): + return ( + "<DSAPublicNumbers(y={self.y}, " + "parameter_numbers={self.parameter_numbers})>".format(self=self) + ) + + +class DSAPrivateNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, x, public_numbers): + if not isinstance(x, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("DSAPrivateNumbers x argument must be an integer.") + + if not isinstance(public_numbers, DSAPublicNumbers): + raise TypeError( + "public_numbers must be a DSAPublicNumbers instance." + ) + self._public_numbers = public_numbers + self._x = x + + x = utils.read_only_property("_x") + public_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_public_numbers") + + def private_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_dsa_private_numbers(self) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, DSAPrivateNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self.x == other.x and self.public_numbers == other.public_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ec.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ec.py @@ -0,0 +1,500 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc +import warnings + +import six + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat._oid import ObjectIdentifier + + +class EllipticCurveOID(object): + SECP192R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.2.840.10045.3.1.1") + SECP224R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.33") + SECP256K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.10") + SECP256R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.2.840.10045.3.1.7") + SECP384R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.34") + SECP521R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.35") + BRAINPOOLP256R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.7") + BRAINPOOLP384R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.11") + BRAINPOOLP512R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.13") + SECT163K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.1") + SECT163R2 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.15") + SECT233K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.26") + SECT233R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.27") + SECT283K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.16") + SECT283R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.17") + SECT409K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.36") + SECT409R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.37") + SECT571K1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.38") + SECT571R1 = ObjectIdentifier("1.3.132.0.39") + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurve(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def name(self): + """ + The name of the curve. e.g. secp256r1. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + Bit size of a secret scalar for the curve. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurveSignatureAlgorithm(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def algorithm(self): + """ + The digest algorithm used with this signature. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurvePrivateKey(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def signer(self, signature_algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricSignatureContext used for signing data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def exchange(self, algorithm, peer_public_key): + """ + Performs a key exchange operation using the provided algorithm with the + provided peer's public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The EllipticCurvePublicKey for this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def curve(self): + """ + The EllipticCurve that this key is on. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + Bit size of a secret scalar for the curve. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def sign(self, data, signature_algorithm): + """ + Signs the data + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurvePrivateKeyWithSerialization(EllipticCurvePrivateKey): + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_numbers(self): + """ + Returns an EllipticCurvePrivateNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class EllipticCurvePublicKey(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def verifier(self, signature, signature_algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricVerificationContext used for signing data. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def curve(self): + """ + The EllipticCurve that this key is on. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + Bit size of a secret scalar for the curve. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_numbers(self): + """ + Returns an EllipticCurvePublicNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verify(self, signature, data, signature_algorithm): + """ + Verifies the signature of the data. + """ + + @classmethod + def from_encoded_point(cls, curve, data): + utils._check_bytes("data", data) + + if not isinstance(curve, EllipticCurve): + raise TypeError("curve must be an EllipticCurve instance") + + if len(data) == 0: + raise ValueError("data must not be an empty byte string") + + if six.indexbytes(data, 0) not in [0x02, 0x03, 0x04]: + raise ValueError("Unsupported elliptic curve point type") + + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + return backend.load_elliptic_curve_public_bytes(curve, data) + + +EllipticCurvePublicKeyWithSerialization = EllipticCurvePublicKey + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT571R1(object): + name = "sect571r1" + key_size = 570 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT409R1(object): + name = "sect409r1" + key_size = 409 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT283R1(object): + name = "sect283r1" + key_size = 283 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT233R1(object): + name = "sect233r1" + key_size = 233 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT163R2(object): + name = "sect163r2" + key_size = 163 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT571K1(object): + name = "sect571k1" + key_size = 571 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT409K1(object): + name = "sect409k1" + key_size = 409 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT283K1(object): + name = "sect283k1" + key_size = 283 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT233K1(object): + name = "sect233k1" + key_size = 233 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECT163K1(object): + name = "sect163k1" + key_size = 163 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP521R1(object): + name = "secp521r1" + key_size = 521 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP384R1(object): + name = "secp384r1" + key_size = 384 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP256R1(object): + name = "secp256r1" + key_size = 256 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP256K1(object): + name = "secp256k1" + key_size = 256 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP224R1(object): + name = "secp224r1" + key_size = 224 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class SECP192R1(object): + name = "secp192r1" + key_size = 192 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class BrainpoolP256R1(object): + name = "brainpoolP256r1" + key_size = 256 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class BrainpoolP384R1(object): + name = "brainpoolP384r1" + key_size = 384 + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurve) +class BrainpoolP512R1(object): + name = "brainpoolP512r1" + key_size = 512 + + +_CURVE_TYPES = { + "prime192v1": SECP192R1, + "prime256v1": SECP256R1, + + "secp192r1": SECP192R1, + "secp224r1": SECP224R1, + "secp256r1": SECP256R1, + "secp384r1": SECP384R1, + "secp521r1": SECP521R1, + "secp256k1": SECP256K1, + + "sect163k1": SECT163K1, + "sect233k1": SECT233K1, + "sect283k1": SECT283K1, + "sect409k1": SECT409K1, + "sect571k1": SECT571K1, + + "sect163r2": SECT163R2, + "sect233r1": SECT233R1, + "sect283r1": SECT283R1, + "sect409r1": SECT409R1, + "sect571r1": SECT571R1, + + "brainpoolP256r1": BrainpoolP256R1, + "brainpoolP384r1": BrainpoolP384R1, + "brainpoolP512r1": BrainpoolP512R1, +} + + +@utils.register_interface(EllipticCurveSignatureAlgorithm) +class ECDSA(object): + def __init__(self, algorithm): + self._algorithm = algorithm + + algorithm = utils.read_only_property("_algorithm") + + +def generate_private_key(curve, backend): + return backend.generate_elliptic_curve_private_key(curve) + + +def derive_private_key(private_value, curve, backend): + if not isinstance(private_value, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("private_value must be an integer type.") + + if private_value <= 0: + raise ValueError("private_value must be a positive integer.") + + if not isinstance(curve, EllipticCurve): + raise TypeError("curve must provide the EllipticCurve interface.") + + return backend.derive_elliptic_curve_private_key(private_value, curve) + + +class EllipticCurvePublicNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, x, y, curve): + if ( + not isinstance(x, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(y, six.integer_types) + ): + raise TypeError("x and y must be integers.") + + if not isinstance(curve, EllipticCurve): + raise TypeError("curve must provide the EllipticCurve interface.") + + self._y = y + self._x = x + self._curve = curve + + def public_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_elliptic_curve_public_numbers(self) + + def encode_point(self): + warnings.warn( + "encode_point has been deprecated on EllipticCurvePublicNumbers" + " and will be removed in a future version. Please use " + "EllipticCurvePublicKey.public_bytes to obtain both " + "compressed and uncompressed point encoding.", + utils.DeprecatedIn25, + stacklevel=2, + ) + # key_size is in bits. Convert to bytes and round up + byte_length = (self.curve.key_size + 7) // 8 + return ( + b'\x04' + utils.int_to_bytes(self.x, byte_length) + + utils.int_to_bytes(self.y, byte_length) + ) + + @classmethod + def from_encoded_point(cls, curve, data): + if not isinstance(curve, EllipticCurve): + raise TypeError("curve must be an EllipticCurve instance") + + warnings.warn( + "Support for unsafe construction of public numbers from " + "encoded data will be removed in a future version. " + "Please use EllipticCurvePublicKey.from_encoded_point", + utils.DeprecatedIn25, + stacklevel=2, + ) + + if data.startswith(b'\x04'): + # key_size is in bits. Convert to bytes and round up + byte_length = (curve.key_size + 7) // 8 + if len(data) == 2 * byte_length + 1: + x = utils.int_from_bytes(data[1:byte_length + 1], 'big') + y = utils.int_from_bytes(data[byte_length + 1:], 'big') + return cls(x, y, curve) + else: + raise ValueError('Invalid elliptic curve point data length') + else: + raise ValueError('Unsupported elliptic curve point type') + + curve = utils.read_only_property("_curve") + x = utils.read_only_property("_x") + y = utils.read_only_property("_y") + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, EllipticCurvePublicNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self.x == other.x and + self.y == other.y and + self.curve.name == other.curve.name and + self.curve.key_size == other.curve.key_size + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash((self.x, self.y, self.curve.name, self.curve.key_size)) + + def __repr__(self): + return ( + "<EllipticCurvePublicNumbers(curve={0.curve.name}, x={0.x}, " + "y={0.y}>".format(self) + ) + + +class EllipticCurvePrivateNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, private_value, public_numbers): + if not isinstance(private_value, six.integer_types): + raise TypeError("private_value must be an integer.") + + if not isinstance(public_numbers, EllipticCurvePublicNumbers): + raise TypeError( + "public_numbers must be an EllipticCurvePublicNumbers " + "instance." + ) + + self._private_value = private_value + self._public_numbers = public_numbers + + def private_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_elliptic_curve_private_numbers(self) + + private_value = utils.read_only_property("_private_value") + public_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_public_numbers") + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, EllipticCurvePrivateNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self.private_value == other.private_value and + self.public_numbers == other.public_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash((self.private_value, self.public_numbers)) + + +class ECDH(object): + pass + + +_OID_TO_CURVE = { + EllipticCurveOID.SECP192R1: SECP192R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECP224R1: SECP224R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECP256K1: SECP256K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECP256R1: SECP256R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECP384R1: SECP384R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECP521R1: SECP521R1, + EllipticCurveOID.BRAINPOOLP256R1: BrainpoolP256R1, + EllipticCurveOID.BRAINPOOLP384R1: BrainpoolP384R1, + EllipticCurveOID.BRAINPOOLP512R1: BrainpoolP512R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT163K1: SECT163K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT163R2: SECT163R2, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT233K1: SECT233K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT233R1: SECT233R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT283K1: SECT283K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT283R1: SECT283R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT409K1: SECT409K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT409R1: SECT409R1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT571K1: SECT571K1, + EllipticCurveOID.SECT571R1: SECT571R1, +} + + +def get_curve_for_oid(oid): + try: + return _OID_TO_CURVE[oid] + except KeyError: + raise LookupError( + "The provided object identifier has no matching elliptic " + "curve class" + ) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ed25519.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ed25519.py @@ -0,0 +1,84 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons + + +_ED25519_KEY_SIZE = 32 +_ED25519_SIG_SIZE = 64 + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class Ed25519PublicKey(object): + @classmethod + def from_public_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.ed25519_load_public_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verify(self, signature, data): + """ + Verify the signature. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class Ed25519PrivateKey(object): + @classmethod + def generate(cls): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.ed25519_generate_key() + + @classmethod + def from_private_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.ed25519_load_private_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The Ed25519PublicKey derived from the private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + The serialized bytes of the private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def sign(self, data): + """ + Signs the data. + """ diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ed448.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/ed448.py @@ -0,0 +1,79 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class Ed448PublicKey(object): + @classmethod + def from_public_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.ed448_load_public_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verify(self, signature, data): + """ + Verify the signature. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class Ed448PrivateKey(object): + @classmethod + def generate(cls): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + return backend.ed448_generate_key() + + @classmethod + def from_private_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.ed448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "ed448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_PUBLIC_KEY_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.ed448_load_private_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The Ed448PublicKey derived from the private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def sign(self, data): + """ + Signs the data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + The serialized bytes of the private key. + """ diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/padding.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/padding.py @@ -0,0 +1,79 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc +import math + +import six + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives.asymmetric import rsa + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class AsymmetricPadding(object): + @abc.abstractproperty + def name(self): + """ + A string naming this padding (e.g. "PSS", "PKCS1"). + """ + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricPadding) +class PKCS1v15(object): + name = "EMSA-PKCS1-v1_5" + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricPadding) +class PSS(object): + MAX_LENGTH = object() + name = "EMSA-PSS" + + def __init__(self, mgf, salt_length): + self._mgf = mgf + + if (not isinstance(salt_length, six.integer_types) and + salt_length is not self.MAX_LENGTH): + raise TypeError("salt_length must be an integer.") + + if salt_length is not self.MAX_LENGTH and salt_length < 0: + raise ValueError("salt_length must be zero or greater.") + + self._salt_length = salt_length + + +@utils.register_interface(AsymmetricPadding) +class OAEP(object): + name = "EME-OAEP" + + def __init__(self, mgf, algorithm, label): + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError("Expected instance of hashes.HashAlgorithm.") + + self._mgf = mgf + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._label = label + + +class MGF1(object): + MAX_LENGTH = object() + + def __init__(self, algorithm): + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError("Expected instance of hashes.HashAlgorithm.") + + self._algorithm = algorithm + + +def calculate_max_pss_salt_length(key, hash_algorithm): + if not isinstance(key, (rsa.RSAPrivateKey, rsa.RSAPublicKey)): + raise TypeError("key must be an RSA public or private key") + # bit length - 1 per RFC 3447 + emlen = int(math.ceil((key.key_size - 1) / 8.0)) + salt_length = emlen - hash_algorithm.digest_size - 2 + assert salt_length >= 0 + return salt_length diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/rsa.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/rsa.py @@ -0,0 +1,368 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc +try: + # Only available in math in 3.5+ + from math import gcd +except ImportError: + from fractions import gcd + +import six + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons +from cryptography.hazmat.backends.interfaces import RSABackend + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class RSAPrivateKey(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def signer(self, padding, algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricSignatureContext used for signing data. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def decrypt(self, ciphertext, padding): + """ + Decrypts the provided ciphertext. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the public modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The RSAPublicKey associated with this private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def sign(self, data, padding, algorithm): + """ + Signs the data. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class RSAPrivateKeyWithSerialization(RSAPrivateKey): + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_numbers(self): + """ + Returns an RSAPrivateNumbers. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class RSAPublicKey(object): + @abc.abstractmethod + def verifier(self, signature, padding, algorithm): + """ + Returns an AsymmetricVerificationContext used for verifying signatures. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def encrypt(self, plaintext, padding): + """ + Encrypts the given plaintext. + """ + + @abc.abstractproperty + def key_size(self): + """ + The bit length of the public modulus. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_numbers(self): + """ + Returns an RSAPublicNumbers + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + Returns the key serialized as bytes. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def verify(self, signature, data, padding, algorithm): + """ + Verifies the signature of the data. + """ + + +RSAPublicKeyWithSerialization = RSAPublicKey + + +def generate_private_key(public_exponent, key_size, backend): + if not isinstance(backend, RSABackend): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "Backend object does not implement RSABackend.", + _Reasons.BACKEND_MISSING_INTERFACE + ) + + _verify_rsa_parameters(public_exponent, key_size) + return backend.generate_rsa_private_key(public_exponent, key_size) + + +def _verify_rsa_parameters(public_exponent, key_size): + if public_exponent < 3: + raise ValueError("public_exponent must be >= 3.") + + if public_exponent & 1 == 0: + raise ValueError("public_exponent must be odd.") + + if key_size < 512: + raise ValueError("key_size must be at least 512-bits.") + + +def _check_private_key_components(p, q, private_exponent, dmp1, dmq1, iqmp, + public_exponent, modulus): + if modulus < 3: + raise ValueError("modulus must be >= 3.") + + if p >= modulus: + raise ValueError("p must be < modulus.") + + if q >= modulus: + raise ValueError("q must be < modulus.") + + if dmp1 >= modulus: + raise ValueError("dmp1 must be < modulus.") + + if dmq1 >= modulus: + raise ValueError("dmq1 must be < modulus.") + + if iqmp >= modulus: + raise ValueError("iqmp must be < modulus.") + + if private_exponent >= modulus: + raise ValueError("private_exponent must be < modulus.") + + if public_exponent < 3 or public_exponent >= modulus: + raise ValueError("public_exponent must be >= 3 and < modulus.") + + if public_exponent & 1 == 0: + raise ValueError("public_exponent must be odd.") + + if dmp1 & 1 == 0: + raise ValueError("dmp1 must be odd.") + + if dmq1 & 1 == 0: + raise ValueError("dmq1 must be odd.") + + if p * q != modulus: + raise ValueError("p*q must equal modulus.") + + +def _check_public_key_components(e, n): + if n < 3: + raise ValueError("n must be >= 3.") + + if e < 3 or e >= n: + raise ValueError("e must be >= 3 and < n.") + + if e & 1 == 0: + raise ValueError("e must be odd.") + + +def _modinv(e, m): + """ + Modular Multiplicative Inverse. Returns x such that: (x*e) mod m == 1 + """ + x1, y1, x2, y2 = 1, 0, 0, 1 + a, b = e, m + while b > 0: + q, r = divmod(a, b) + xn, yn = x1 - q * x2, y1 - q * y2 + a, b, x1, y1, x2, y2 = b, r, x2, y2, xn, yn + return x1 % m + + +def rsa_crt_iqmp(p, q): + """ + Compute the CRT (q ** -1) % p value from RSA primes p and q. + """ + return _modinv(q, p) + + +def rsa_crt_dmp1(private_exponent, p): + """ + Compute the CRT private_exponent % (p - 1) value from the RSA + private_exponent (d) and p. + """ + return private_exponent % (p - 1) + + +def rsa_crt_dmq1(private_exponent, q): + """ + Compute the CRT private_exponent % (q - 1) value from the RSA + private_exponent (d) and q. + """ + return private_exponent % (q - 1) + + +# Controls the number of iterations rsa_recover_prime_factors will perform +# to obtain the prime factors. Each iteration increments by 2 so the actual +# maximum attempts is half this number. +_MAX_RECOVERY_ATTEMPTS = 1000 + + +def rsa_recover_prime_factors(n, e, d): + """ + Compute factors p and q from the private exponent d. We assume that n has + no more than two factors. This function is adapted from code in PyCrypto. + """ + # See 8.2.2(i) in Handbook of Applied Cryptography. + ktot = d * e - 1 + # The quantity d*e-1 is a multiple of phi(n), even, + # and can be represented as t*2^s. + t = ktot + while t % 2 == 0: + t = t // 2 + # Cycle through all multiplicative inverses in Zn. + # The algorithm is non-deterministic, but there is a 50% chance + # any candidate a leads to successful factoring. + # See "Digitalized Signatures and Public Key Functions as Intractable + # as Factorization", M. Rabin, 1979 + spotted = False + a = 2 + while not spotted and a < _MAX_RECOVERY_ATTEMPTS: + k = t + # Cycle through all values a^{t*2^i}=a^k + while k < ktot: + cand = pow(a, k, n) + # Check if a^k is a non-trivial root of unity (mod n) + if cand != 1 and cand != (n - 1) and pow(cand, 2, n) == 1: + # We have found a number such that (cand-1)(cand+1)=0 (mod n). + # Either of the terms divides n. + p = gcd(cand + 1, n) + spotted = True + break + k *= 2 + # This value was not any good... let's try another! + a += 2 + if not spotted: + raise ValueError("Unable to compute factors p and q from exponent d.") + # Found ! + q, r = divmod(n, p) + assert r == 0 + p, q = sorted((p, q), reverse=True) + return (p, q) + + +class RSAPrivateNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, p, q, d, dmp1, dmq1, iqmp, + public_numbers): + if ( + not isinstance(p, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(q, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(d, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(dmp1, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(dmq1, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(iqmp, six.integer_types) + ): + raise TypeError( + "RSAPrivateNumbers p, q, d, dmp1, dmq1, iqmp arguments must" + " all be an integers." + ) + + if not isinstance(public_numbers, RSAPublicNumbers): + raise TypeError( + "RSAPrivateNumbers public_numbers must be an RSAPublicNumbers" + " instance." + ) + + self._p = p + self._q = q + self._d = d + self._dmp1 = dmp1 + self._dmq1 = dmq1 + self._iqmp = iqmp + self._public_numbers = public_numbers + + p = utils.read_only_property("_p") + q = utils.read_only_property("_q") + d = utils.read_only_property("_d") + dmp1 = utils.read_only_property("_dmp1") + dmq1 = utils.read_only_property("_dmq1") + iqmp = utils.read_only_property("_iqmp") + public_numbers = utils.read_only_property("_public_numbers") + + def private_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_rsa_private_numbers(self) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, RSAPrivateNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return ( + self.p == other.p and + self.q == other.q and + self.d == other.d and + self.dmp1 == other.dmp1 and + self.dmq1 == other.dmq1 and + self.iqmp == other.iqmp and + self.public_numbers == other.public_numbers + ) + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash(( + self.p, + self.q, + self.d, + self.dmp1, + self.dmq1, + self.iqmp, + self.public_numbers, + )) + + +class RSAPublicNumbers(object): + def __init__(self, e, n): + if ( + not isinstance(e, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(n, six.integer_types) + ): + raise TypeError("RSAPublicNumbers arguments must be integers.") + + self._e = e + self._n = n + + e = utils.read_only_property("_e") + n = utils.read_only_property("_n") + + def public_key(self, backend): + return backend.load_rsa_public_numbers(self) + + def __repr__(self): + return "<RSAPublicNumbers(e={0.e}, n={0.n})>".format(self) + + def __eq__(self, other): + if not isinstance(other, RSAPublicNumbers): + return NotImplemented + + return self.e == other.e and self.n == other.n + + def __ne__(self, other): + return not self == other + + def __hash__(self): + return hash((self.e, self.n)) diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/utils.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/utils.py @@ -0,0 +1,38 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +from asn1crypto.algos import DSASignature + +import six + +from cryptography import utils +from cryptography.hazmat.primitives import hashes + + +def decode_dss_signature(signature): + data = DSASignature.load(signature, strict=True).native + return data['r'], data['s'] + + +def encode_dss_signature(r, s): + if ( + not isinstance(r, six.integer_types) or + not isinstance(s, six.integer_types) + ): + raise ValueError("Both r and s must be integers") + + return DSASignature({'r': r, 's': s}).dump() + + +class Prehashed(object): + def __init__(self, algorithm): + if not isinstance(algorithm, hashes.HashAlgorithm): + raise TypeError("Expected instance of HashAlgorithm.") + + self._algorithm = algorithm + self._digest_size = algorithm.digest_size + + digest_size = utils.read_only_property("_digest_size") diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/x25519.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/x25519.py @@ -0,0 +1,73 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class X25519PublicKey(object): + @classmethod + def from_public_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.x25519_load_public_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding=None, format=None): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class X25519PrivateKey(object): + @classmethod + def generate(cls): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + return backend.x25519_generate_key() + + @classmethod + def from_private_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x25519_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X25519 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.x25519_load_private_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + The serialized bytes of the private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + """ + Performs a key exchange operation using the provided peer's public key. + """ diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/x448.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/asymmetric/x448.py @@ -0,0 +1,73 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the root of this repository +# for complete details. + +from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function + +import abc + +import six + +from cryptography.exceptions import UnsupportedAlgorithm, _Reasons + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class X448PublicKey(object): + @classmethod + def from_public_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.x448_load_public_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_bytes(self, encoding, format): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + +@six.add_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta) +class X448PrivateKey(object): + @classmethod + def generate(cls): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + return backend.x448_generate_key() + + @classmethod + def from_private_bytes(cls, data): + from cryptography.hazmat.backends.openssl.backend import backend + if not backend.x448_supported(): + raise UnsupportedAlgorithm( + "X448 is not supported by this version of OpenSSL.", + _Reasons.UNSUPPORTED_EXCHANGE_ALGORITHM + ) + + return backend.x448_load_private_bytes(data) + + @abc.abstractmethod + def public_key(self): + """ + The serialized bytes of the public key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def private_bytes(self, encoding, format, encryption_algorithm): + """ + The serialized bytes of the private key. + """ + + @abc.abstractmethod + def exchange(self, peer_public_key): + """ + Performs a key exchange operation using the provided peer's public key. + """ diff --git a/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/ciphers/__init__.py b/FigENC_MacOS.app/Contents/Resources/cryptography/hazmat/primitives/ciphers/__init__.py @@ -0,0 +1,21 @@ +# This file is dual licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version +# 2.0, and the BSD Licens