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#ifndef HEADER_CURL_NTLM_MSGS_H
#define HEADER_CURL_NTLM_MSGS_H
/***************************************************************************
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* Copyright (C) 1998 - 2012, Daniel Stenberg, <daniel@haxx.se>, et al.
*
* This software is licensed as described in the file COPYING, which
* you should have received as part of this distribution. The terms
* are also available at http://curl.haxx.se/docs/copyright.html.
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***************************************************************************/
#include "setup.h"
#ifdef USE_NTLM
/* This is to generate a base64 encoded NTLM type-1 message */
CURLcode Curl_ntlm_create_type1_message(const char *userp,
const char *passwdp,
struct ntlmdata *ntlm,
char **outptr,
size_t *outlen);
/* This is to generate a base64 encoded NTLM type-3 message */
CURLcode Curl_ntlm_create_type3_message(struct SessionHandle *data,
const char *userp,
const char *passwdp,
struct ntlmdata *ntlm,
char **outptr,
size_t *outlen);
/* This is to decode a NTLM type-2 message */
CURLcode Curl_ntlm_decode_type2_message(struct SessionHandle *data,
const char* header,
struct ntlmdata* ntlm);
/* This is to clean up the ntlm data structure */
#ifdef USE_WINDOWS_SSPI
void Curl_ntlm_sspi_cleanup(struct ntlmdata *ntlm);
#else
#define Curl_ntlm_sspi_cleanup(x)
#endif
/* NTLM buffer fixed size, large enough for long user + host + domain */
#define NTLM_BUFSIZE 1024
/* Stuff only required for curl_ntlm_msgs.c */
#ifdef BUILDING_CURL_NTLM_MSGS_C
/* Flag bits definitions based on http://davenport.sourceforge.net/ntlm.html */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_UNICODE (1<<0)
/* Indicates that Unicode strings are supported for use in security buffer
data. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_OEM (1<<1)
/* Indicates that OEM strings are supported for use in security buffer data. */
#define NTLMFLAG_REQUEST_TARGET (1<<2)
/* Requests that the server's authentication realm be included in the Type 2
message. */
/* unknown (1<<3) */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_SIGN (1<<4)
/* Specifies that authenticated communication between the client and server
should carry a digital signature (message integrity). */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_SEAL (1<<5)
/* Specifies that authenticated communication between the client and server
should be encrypted (message confidentiality). */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_DATAGRAM_STYLE (1<<6)
/* Indicates that datagram authentication is being used. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_LM_KEY (1<<7)
/* Indicates that the LAN Manager session key should be used for signing and
sealing authenticated communications. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_NETWARE (1<<8)
/* unknown purpose */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_NTLM_KEY (1<<9)
/* Indicates that NTLM authentication is being used. */
/* unknown (1<<10) */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_ANONYMOUS (1<<11)
/* Sent by the client in the Type 3 message to indicate that an anonymous
context has been established. This also affects the response fields. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_DOMAIN_SUPPLIED (1<<12)
/* Sent by the client in the Type 1 message to indicate that a desired
authentication realm is included in the message. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_WORKSTATION_SUPPLIED (1<<13)
/* Sent by the client in the Type 1 message to indicate that the client
workstation's name is included in the message. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_LOCAL_CALL (1<<14)
/* Sent by the server to indicate that the server and client are on the same
machine. Implies that the client may use a pre-established local security
context rather than responding to the challenge. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_ALWAYS_SIGN (1<<15)
/* Indicates that authenticated communication between the client and server
should be signed with a "dummy" signature. */
#define NTLMFLAG_TARGET_TYPE_DOMAIN (1<<16)
/* Sent by the server in the Type 2 message to indicate that the target
authentication realm is a domain. */
#define NTLMFLAG_TARGET_TYPE_SERVER (1<<17)
/* Sent by the server in the Type 2 message to indicate that the target
authentication realm is a server. */
#define NTLMFLAG_TARGET_TYPE_SHARE (1<<18)
/* Sent by the server in the Type 2 message to indicate that the target
authentication realm is a share. Presumably, this is for share-level
authentication. Usage is unclear. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_NTLM2_KEY (1<<19)
/* Indicates that the NTLM2 signing and sealing scheme should be used for
protecting authenticated communications. */
#define NTLMFLAG_REQUEST_INIT_RESPONSE (1<<20)
/* unknown purpose */
#define NTLMFLAG_REQUEST_ACCEPT_RESPONSE (1<<21)
/* unknown purpose */
#define NTLMFLAG_REQUEST_NONNT_SESSION_KEY (1<<22)
/* unknown purpose */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_TARGET_INFO (1<<23)
/* Sent by the server in the Type 2 message to indicate that it is including a
Target Information block in the message. */
/* unknown (1<24) */
/* unknown (1<25) */
/* unknown (1<26) */
/* unknown (1<27) */
/* unknown (1<28) */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_128 (1<<29)
/* Indicates that 128-bit encryption is supported. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_KEY_EXCHANGE (1<<30)
/* Indicates that the client will provide an encrypted master key in
the "Session Key" field of the Type 3 message. */
#define NTLMFLAG_NEGOTIATE_56 (1<<31)
/* Indicates that 56-bit encryption is supported. */
#ifdef UNICODE
# define SECFLAG_WINNT_AUTH_IDENTITY \
(unsigned long)SEC_WINNT_AUTH_IDENTITY_UNICODE
#else
# define SECFLAG_WINNT_AUTH_IDENTITY \
(unsigned long)SEC_WINNT_AUTH_IDENTITY_ANSI
#endif
#endif /* BUILDING_CURL_NTLM_MSGS_C */
#endif /* USE_NTLM */
#endif /* HEADER_CURL_NTLM_MSGS_H */
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