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// Copyright 2017 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package blake2s
import (
"encoding/binary"
"errors"
"io"
)
// XOF defines the interface to hash functions that
// support arbitrary-length output.
type XOF interface {
// Write absorbs more data into the hash's state. It panics if called
// after Read.
io.Writer
// Read reads more output from the hash. It returns io.EOF if the limit
// has been reached.
io.Reader
// Clone returns a copy of the XOF in its current state.
Clone() XOF
// Reset resets the XOF to its initial state.
Reset()
}
// OutputLengthUnknown can be used as the size argument to NewXOF to indicate
// the length of the output is not known in advance.
const OutputLengthUnknown = 0
// magicUnknownOutputLength is a magic value for the output size that indicates
// an unknown number of output bytes.
const magicUnknownOutputLength = 65535
// maxOutputLength is the absolute maximum number of bytes to produce when the
// number of output bytes is unknown.
const maxOutputLength = (1 << 32) * 32
// NewXOF creates a new variable-output-length hash. The hash either produce a
// known number of bytes (1 <= size < 65535), or an unknown number of bytes
// (size == OutputLengthUnknown). In the latter case, an absolute limit of
// 128GiB applies.
//
// A non-nil key turns the hash into a MAC. The key must between
// zero and 32 bytes long.
func NewXOF(size uint16, key []byte) (XOF, error) {
if len(key) > Size {
return nil, errKeySize
}
if size == magicUnknownOutputLength {
// 2^16-1 indicates an unknown number of bytes and thus isn't a
// valid length.
return nil, errors.New("blake2s: XOF length too large")
}
if size == OutputLengthUnknown {
size = magicUnknownOutputLength
}
x := &xof{
d: digest{
size: Size,
keyLen: len(key),
},
length: size,
}
copy(x.d.key[:], key)
x.Reset()
return x, nil
}
type xof struct {
d digest
length uint16
remaining uint64
cfg, root, block [Size]byte
offset int
nodeOffset uint32
readMode bool
}
func (x *xof) Write(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
if x.readMode {
panic("blake2s: write to XOF after read")
}
return x.d.Write(p)
}
func (x *xof) Clone() XOF {
clone := *x
return &clone
}
func (x *xof) Reset() {
x.cfg[0] = byte(Size)
binary.LittleEndian.PutUint32(x.cfg[4:], uint32(Size)) // leaf length
binary.LittleEndian.PutUint16(x.cfg[12:], x.length) // XOF length
x.cfg[15] = byte(Size) // inner hash size
x.d.Reset()
x.d.h[3] ^= uint32(x.length)
x.remaining = uint64(x.length)
if x.remaining == magicUnknownOutputLength {
x.remaining = maxOutputLength
}
x.offset, x.nodeOffset = 0, 0
x.readMode = false
}
func (x *xof) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
if !x.readMode {
x.d.finalize(&x.root)
x.readMode = true
}
if x.remaining == 0 {
return 0, io.EOF
}
n = len(p)
if uint64(n) > x.remaining {
n = int(x.remaining)
p = p[:n]
}
if x.offset > 0 {
blockRemaining := Size - x.offset
if n < blockRemaining {
x.offset += copy(p, x.block[x.offset:])
x.remaining -= uint64(n)
return
}
copy(p, x.block[x.offset:])
p = p[blockRemaining:]
x.offset = 0
x.remaining -= uint64(blockRemaining)
}
for len(p) >= Size {
binary.LittleEndian.PutUint32(x.cfg[8:], x.nodeOffset)
x.nodeOffset++
x.d.initConfig(&x.cfg)
x.d.Write(x.root[:])
x.d.finalize(&x.block)
copy(p, x.block[:])
p = p[Size:]
x.remaining -= uint64(Size)
}
if todo := len(p); todo > 0 {
if x.remaining < uint64(Size) {
x.cfg[0] = byte(x.remaining)
}
binary.LittleEndian.PutUint32(x.cfg[8:], x.nodeOffset)
x.nodeOffset++
x.d.initConfig(&x.cfg)
x.d.Write(x.root[:])
x.d.finalize(&x.block)
x.offset = copy(p, x.block[:todo])
x.remaining -= uint64(todo)
}
return
}
func (d *digest) initConfig(cfg *[Size]byte) {
d.offset, d.c[0], d.c[1] = 0, 0, 0
for i := range d.h {
d.h[i] = iv[i] ^ binary.LittleEndian.Uint32(cfg[i*4:])
}
}
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