VERSION libike 0.9.6 DESCRIPTION Libike (aka charon) is an IKE exchange management library. LICENSE Copyright (c) 2003-2011 Alex Pankratov. All rights reserved. The library is distributed under terms of BSD license. You can obtain the copy of the license by visiting: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php OVERVIEW Libike allows its users to engage in IKE exchanges (subject to limitations listed below) as per RFC 2407, 2408, 2409. The library implements ISAKMP packet processing code, IKE state management code and various miscellaneous functionality such as handling of packet retransmissions, SA lifetime tracking, etc. The library does NOT provide means for defining, maintaining and querying security policies; it delegates this functionality to the external code via the callback mechanism instead. FEATURES -- Phase 1 -- * Initiator side * Main and Aggressive Modes * Preshared Key and Signature-based authentication (X.509 certs only) * DES, IDEA, BlowFish, RC5, 3DES, CAST, AES encryption * MD5, SHA1, Tiger, SHA2 hashing * 768-8192 MODP Oakley groups * Support for NAT-T drafts 1/3/5 -- Phase 2 -- * Initiator and Responder sides * PFS with groups as above * ESP IPsec SA (no IPCOMP or AH) The library implements ISAKMP packet processing, IKE exchange state management and various miscellaneous functions including support for packet retransmissions and SA lifetime tracking. The code concerned with the cryptography is decoupled from the library and is accessed via generic interface. The implementation defaults to the use of OpenSSL library, yet a custom and/or hardware implementations are as easily accommodated. The library does not include any networking code and makes minimal assumptions about the actual packet transfer medium. This allows to run IKE negotiation over non-trivial carriers including raw IP, TCP, custom tunneling protocols or even IPC channels. The retransmission logic is easily custom-tailored via the set of optional callbacks. The code is a portable C with a tiny 'glue' layer, which includes number of compiler- and platform-specific definitions and methods. Currently supported platforms include Linux and Windows. HOW TO BUILD Linux Building libike requires gcc 2.95.3 or higher; to build - issue the following in the root folder of the package: make -f x4.unix/Makefile Windows Building libike requires MSVC 6.0 or higher; to build - load x4.win32/x4.dsw and follow regular build process DOCUMENTATION Refer to contents of /docs directory for usage and design guides. VERSION HISTORY 0.9.6 * Refactored crypto/cipher API to extract key initialization into a separate step. Previously the key was expanded/instantiated once per every encryption/decryption call; now the initialization is done once per key, and its instance is then used with encryption and/or decryption routines. * Added IDEA, CAST, RC5 and BlowFish ciphers. * Added Tiger, SHA2-256/384/512 hashes. * Modified Phase 1 code to support newly added ciphers and hashes. 0.9.5 * Added support for Aggressive Mode in Phase 1 * Added 'quick code walkthrough' document, which is a bare bones guide to libike's sources. * Refactored inbound processing code - added generalized payloads' sanity and consistency checks, extended generic exchange with masks of expected/allowed payload types and moved some of NAT-T code to a new location. 0.9.4.2 * Resolved a number of portability issues including the use of anonymous fields in structures and non-standard enum typedefs. * Renamed few types for a consistency 0.9.4.1 * Added code to run tests with RSA SIG authentication. Verified to interoperate with ipsec.ssh.com and isakmp-test.ssh.fi * Fixed bug in IDii formating code, which caused garbage to be written instead of IP address 0.9.4 * Added support for IKE NAT traversal drafts: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-01, draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-03 and draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-05 * Changed test code to run against 'official' SSH interop site * Some minor changes to the rest of the code 0.9.3.1 * Fixed 'exchange' context being passed instead of 'callback' context in few places. An artifact of a recent callback code cleanup. 0.9.3 * added manual.txt (subject to further udpates) * modified license.txt to refer to 'Cipherica Labs software' instead of 'x4 software'. 0.9.2 * updated IDs of DH MODP groups as per changes made in draft-ietf-ipsec-ike-modp-groups-05.txt 0.9.1 * an initial public release TODOs * Documentation (half way there) * Responder mode for Phase 1 * Ports to other platforms * Support for IPCOMP SAs in Phase 2 * More interop testing REVISION $Id: readme.txt,v 1.9 2003/04/28 04:29:22 alex Exp $
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