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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "puttymem.h"
#include "tree234.h"
#include "network.h"
#include "int64.h"
#include "misc.h"
struct ssh_channel;
typedef struct ssh_tag *Ssh;
extern int sshfwd_write(struct ssh_channel *c, char *, int);
extern void sshfwd_write_eof(struct ssh_channel *c);
extern void sshfwd_unclean_close(struct ssh_channel *c, const char *err);
extern void sshfwd_unthrottle(struct ssh_channel *c, int bufsize);
Conf *sshfwd_get_conf(struct ssh_channel *c);
void sshfwd_x11_sharing_handover(struct ssh_channel *c,
void *share_cs, void *share_chan,
const char *peer_addr, int peer_port,
int endian, int protomajor, int protominor,
const void *initial_data, int initial_len);
void sshfwd_x11_is_local(struct ssh_channel *c);
extern Socket ssh_connection_sharing_init(const char *host, int port,
Conf *conf, Ssh ssh, void **state);
int ssh_share_test_for_upstream(const char *host, int port, Conf *conf);
void share_got_pkt_from_server(void *ctx, int type,
unsigned char *pkt, int pktlen);
void share_activate(void *state, const char *server_verstring);
void sharestate_free(void *state);
int share_ndownstreams(void *state);
void ssh_connshare_log(Ssh ssh, int event, const char *logtext,
const char *ds_err, const char *us_err);
unsigned ssh_alloc_sharing_channel(Ssh ssh, void *sharing_ctx);
void ssh_delete_sharing_channel(Ssh ssh, unsigned localid);
int ssh_alloc_sharing_rportfwd(Ssh ssh, const char *shost, int sport,
void *share_ctx);
void ssh_sharing_queue_global_request(Ssh ssh, void *share_ctx);
struct X11FakeAuth *ssh_sharing_add_x11_display(Ssh ssh, int authtype,
void *share_cs,
void *share_chan);
void ssh_sharing_remove_x11_display(Ssh ssh, struct X11FakeAuth *auth);
void ssh_send_packet_from_downstream(Ssh ssh, unsigned id, int type,
const void *pkt, int pktlen,
const char *additional_log_text);
void ssh_sharing_downstream_connected(Ssh ssh, unsigned id,
const char *peerinfo);
void ssh_sharing_downstream_disconnected(Ssh ssh, unsigned id);
void ssh_sharing_logf(Ssh ssh, unsigned id, const char *logfmt, ...);
int ssh_agent_forwarding_permitted(Ssh ssh);
void share_setup_x11_channel(void *csv, void *chanv,
unsigned upstream_id, unsigned server_id,
unsigned server_currwin, unsigned server_maxpkt,
unsigned client_adjusted_window,
const char *peer_addr, int peer_port, int endian,
int protomajor, int protominor,
const void *initial_data, int initial_len);
* Useful thing.
#ifndef lenof
#define lenof(x) ( (sizeof((x))) / (sizeof(*(x))))
#define SSH_CIPHER_DES 2
#define SSH_CIPHER_3DES 3
#define APIEXTRA 8
#define APIEXTRA 0
typedef void *Bignum;
struct RSAKey {
int bits;
int bytes;
unsigned long exponent;
unsigned char *modulus;
Bignum modulus;
Bignum exponent;
Bignum private_exponent;
Bignum p;
Bignum q;
Bignum iqmp;
char *comment;
struct dss_key {
Bignum p, q, g, y, x;
struct ec_curve;
struct ec_point {
const struct ec_curve *curve;
Bignum x, y;
Bignum z; /* Jacobian denominator */
unsigned char infinity;
void ec_point_free(struct ec_point *point);
/* Weierstrass form curve */
struct ec_wcurve
Bignum a, b, n;
struct ec_point G;
/* Montgomery form curve */
struct ec_mcurve
Bignum a, b;
struct ec_point G;
/* Edwards form curve */
struct ec_ecurve
Bignum l, d;
struct ec_point B;
struct ec_curve {
/* 'name' is the identifier of the curve when it has to appear in
* wire protocol encodings, as it does in e.g. the public key and
* signature formats for NIST curves. Curves which do not format
* their keys or signatures in this way just have name==NULL.
* 'textname' is non-NULL for all curves, and is a human-readable
* identification suitable for putting in log messages. */
const char *name, *textname;
unsigned int fieldBits;
Bignum p;
union {
struct ec_wcurve w;
struct ec_mcurve m;
struct ec_ecurve e;
const struct ssh_signkey *ec_alg_by_oid(int len, const void *oid,
const struct ec_curve **curve);
const unsigned char *ec_alg_oid(const struct ssh_signkey *alg, int *oidlen);
extern const int ec_nist_curve_lengths[], n_ec_nist_curve_lengths;
int ec_nist_alg_and_curve_by_bits(int bits,
const struct ec_curve **curve,
const struct ssh_signkey **alg);
int ec_ed_alg_and_curve_by_bits(int bits,
const struct ec_curve **curve,
const struct ssh_signkey **alg);
struct ssh_signkey;
struct ec_key {
const struct ssh_signkey *signalg;
struct ec_point publicKey;
Bignum privateKey;
struct ec_point *ec_public(const Bignum privateKey, const struct ec_curve *curve);
int makekey(const unsigned char *data, int len, struct RSAKey *result,
const unsigned char **keystr, int order);
int makeprivate(const unsigned char *data, int len, struct RSAKey *result);
int rsaencrypt(unsigned char *data, int length, struct RSAKey *key);
Bignum rsadecrypt(Bignum input, struct RSAKey *key);
void rsasign(unsigned char *data, int length, struct RSAKey *key);
void rsasanitise(struct RSAKey *key);
int rsastr_len(struct RSAKey *key);
void rsastr_fmt(char *str, struct RSAKey *key);
void rsa_fingerprint(char *str, int len, struct RSAKey *key);
int rsa_verify(struct RSAKey *key);
unsigned char *rsa_public_blob(struct RSAKey *key, int *len);
int rsa_public_blob_len(void *data, int maxlen);
void freersakey(struct RSAKey *key);
/* This makes assumptions about the int type. */
typedef unsigned int uint32;
typedef uint32 word32;
unsigned long crc32_compute(const void *s, size_t len);
unsigned long crc32_update(unsigned long crc_input, const void *s, size_t len);
/* SSH CRC compensation attack detector */
void *crcda_make_context(void);
void crcda_free_context(void *handle);
int detect_attack(void *handle, unsigned char *buf, uint32 len,
unsigned char *IV);
* SSH2 RSA key exchange functions
struct ssh_hash;
void *ssh_rsakex_newkey(char *data, int len);
void ssh_rsakex_freekey(void *key);
int ssh_rsakex_klen(void *key);
void ssh_rsakex_encrypt(const struct ssh_hash *h, unsigned char *in, int inlen,
unsigned char *out, int outlen,
void *key);
* SSH2 ECDH key exchange functions
struct ssh_kex;
const char *ssh_ecdhkex_curve_textname(const struct ssh_kex *kex);
void *ssh_ecdhkex_newkey(const struct ssh_kex *kex);
void ssh_ecdhkex_freekey(void *key);
char *ssh_ecdhkex_getpublic(void *key, int *len);
Bignum ssh_ecdhkex_getkey(void *key, char *remoteKey, int remoteKeyLen);
* Helper function for k generation in DSA, reused in ECDSA
Bignum *dss_gen_k(const char *id_string, Bignum modulus, Bignum private_key,
unsigned char *digest, int digest_len);
typedef struct {
uint32 h[4];
} MD5_Core_State;
struct MD5Context {
unsigned long hHash;
MD5_Core_State core;
unsigned char block[64];
int blkused;
uint32 lenhi, lenlo;
void MD5Init(struct MD5Context *context);
void MD5Update(struct MD5Context *context, unsigned char const *buf,
unsigned len);
void MD5Final(unsigned char digest[16], struct MD5Context *context);
void MD5Simple(void const *p, unsigned len, unsigned char output[16]);
void *hmacmd5_make_context(void *);
void hmacmd5_free_context(void *handle);
void hmacmd5_key(void *handle, void const *key, int len);
void hmacmd5_do_hmac(void *handle, unsigned char const *blk, int len,
unsigned char *hmac);
typedef struct {
uint32 h[5];
unsigned char block[64];
int blkused;
uint32 lenhi, lenlo;
} SHA_State;
void SHA_Init(SHA_State * s);
void SHA_Bytes(SHA_State * s, const void *p, int len);
void SHA_Final(SHA_State * s, unsigned char *output);
void SHA_Simple(const void *p, int len, unsigned char *output);
void hmac_sha1_simple(void *key, int keylen, void *data, int datalen,
unsigned char *output);
typedef struct {
uint32 h[8];
unsigned char block[64];
int blkused;
uint32 lenhi, lenlo;
} SHA256_State;
void SHA256_Init(SHA256_State * s);
void SHA256_Bytes(SHA256_State * s, const void *p, int len);
void SHA256_Final(SHA256_State * s, unsigned char *output);
void SHA256_Simple(const void *p, int len, unsigned char *output);
typedef struct {
uint64 h[8];
unsigned char block[128];
int blkused;
uint32 len[4];
} SHA512_State;
#define SHA384_State SHA512_State
void SHA512_Init(SHA512_State * s);
void SHA512_Bytes(SHA512_State * s, const void *p, int len);
void SHA512_Final(SHA512_State * s, unsigned char *output);
void SHA512_Simple(const void *p, int len, unsigned char *output);
void SHA384_Init(SHA384_State * s);
#define SHA384_Bytes(s, p, len) SHA512_Bytes(s, p, len)
void SHA384_Final(SHA384_State * s, unsigned char *output);
void SHA384_Simple(const void *p, int len, unsigned char *output);
struct ssh_mac;
struct ssh_cipher {
void *(*make_context)(void);
void (*free_context)(void *);
void (*sesskey) (void *, unsigned char *key); /* for SSH-1 */
void (*encrypt) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len);
void (*decrypt) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len);
int blksize;
const char *text_name;
struct ssh2_cipher {
void *(*make_context)(void);
void (*free_context)(void *);
void (*setiv) (void *, unsigned char *key); /* for SSH-2 */
void (*setkey) (void *, unsigned char *key);/* for SSH-2 */
void (*encrypt) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len);
void (*decrypt) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len);
/* Ignored unless SSH_CIPHER_SEPARATE_LENGTH flag set */
void (*encrypt_length) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len, unsigned long seq);
void (*decrypt_length) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len, unsigned long seq);
const char *name;
int blksize;
/* real_keybits is the number of bits of entropy genuinely used by
* the cipher scheme; it's used for deciding how big a
* Diffie-Hellman group is needed to exchange a key for the
* cipher. */
int real_keybits;
/* padded_keybytes is the number of bytes of key data expected as
* input to the setkey function; it's used for deciding how much
* data needs to be generated from the post-kex generation of key
* material. In a sensible cipher which uses all its key bytes for
* real work, this will just be real_keybits/8, but in DES-type
* ciphers which ignore one bit in each byte, it'll be slightly
* different. */
int padded_keybytes;
unsigned int flags;
const char *text_name;
/* If set, this takes priority over other MAC. */
const struct ssh_mac *required_mac;
struct ssh2_ciphers {
int nciphers;
const struct ssh2_cipher *const *list;
struct ssh_mac {
/* Passes in the cipher context */
void *(*make_context)(void *);
void (*free_context)(void *);
void (*setkey) (void *, unsigned char *key);
/* whole-packet operations */
void (*generate) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len, unsigned long seq);
int (*verify) (void *, unsigned char *blk, int len, unsigned long seq);
/* partial-packet operations */
void (*start) (void *);
void (*bytes) (void *, unsigned char const *, int);
void (*genresult) (void *, unsigned char *);
int (*verresult) (void *, unsigned char const *);
const char *name, *etm_name;
int len, keylen;
const char *text_name;
struct ssh_hash {
void *(*init)(void); /* also allocates context */
void *(*copy)(const void *);
void (*bytes)(void *, const void *, int);
void (*final)(void *, unsigned char *); /* also frees context */
void (*free)(void *);
int hlen; /* output length in bytes */
const char *text_name;
struct ssh_kex {
const char *name, *groupname;
const struct ssh_hash *hash;
const void *extra; /* private to the kex methods */
struct ssh_kexes {
int nkexes;
const struct ssh_kex *const *list;
struct ssh_signkey {
void *(*newkey) (const struct ssh_signkey *self,
const char *data, int len);
void (*freekey) (void *key);
char *(*fmtkey) (void *key);
unsigned char *(*public_blob) (void *key, int *len);
unsigned char *(*private_blob) (void *key, int *len);
void *(*createkey) (const struct ssh_signkey *self,
const unsigned char *pub_blob, int pub_len,
const unsigned char *priv_blob, int priv_len);
void *(*openssh_createkey) (const struct ssh_signkey *self,
const unsigned char **blob, int *len);
int (*openssh_fmtkey) (void *key, unsigned char *blob, int len);
/* OpenSSH private key blobs, as created by openssh_fmtkey and
* consumed by openssh_createkey, always (at least so far...) take
* the form of a number of SSH-2 strings / mpints concatenated
* end-to-end. Because the new-style OpenSSH private key format
* stores those blobs without a containing string wrapper, we need
* to know how many strings each one consists of, so that we can
* skip over the right number to find the next key in the file.
* openssh_private_npieces gives that information. */
int openssh_private_npieces;
int (*pubkey_bits) (const struct ssh_signkey *self,
const void *blob, int len);
int (*verifysig) (void *key, const char *sig, int siglen,
const char *data, int datalen);
unsigned char *(*sign) (void *key, const char *data, int datalen,
int *siglen);
const char *name;
const char *keytype; /* for host key cache */
const void *extra; /* private to the public key methods */
struct ssh_compress {
const char *name;
/* For if non-NULL, this name will be considered once
* userauth has completed successfully. */
const char *delayed_name;
void *(*compress_init) (void);
void (*compress_cleanup) (void *);
int (*compress) (void *, unsigned char *block, int len,
unsigned char **outblock, int *outlen);
void *(*decompress_init) (void);
void (*decompress_cleanup) (void *);
int (*decompress) (void *, unsigned char *block, int len,
unsigned char **outblock, int *outlen);
int (*disable_compression) (void *);
const char *text_name;
struct ssh2_userkey {
const struct ssh_signkey *alg; /* the key algorithm */
void *data; /* the key data */
char *comment; /* the key comment */
/* The maximum length of any hash algorithm used in kex. (bytes) */
#define SSH2_KEX_MAX_HASH_LEN (64) /* SHA-512 */
extern const struct ssh_cipher ssh_3des;
extern const struct ssh_cipher ssh_des;
extern const struct ssh_cipher ssh_blowfish_ssh1;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_3des;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_des;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_aes;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_blowfish;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_arcfour;
extern const struct ssh2_ciphers ssh2_ccp;
extern const struct ssh_hash ssh_sha1;
extern const struct ssh_hash ssh_sha256;
extern const struct ssh_hash ssh_sha384;
extern const struct ssh_hash ssh_sha512;
extern const struct ssh_kexes ssh_diffiehellman_group1;
extern const struct ssh_kexes ssh_diffiehellman_group14;
extern const struct ssh_kexes ssh_diffiehellman_gex;
extern const struct ssh_kexes ssh_rsa_kex;
extern const struct ssh_kexes ssh_ecdh_kex;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_dss;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_rsa;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_ecdsa_ed25519;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_ecdsa_nistp256;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_ecdsa_nistp384;
extern const struct ssh_signkey ssh_ecdsa_nistp521;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_md5;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_sha1;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_sha1_buggy;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_sha1_96;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_sha1_96_buggy;
extern const struct ssh_mac ssh_hmac_sha256;
void *aes_make_context(void);
void aes_free_context(void *handle);
void aes128_key(void *handle, unsigned char *key);
void aes192_key(void *handle, unsigned char *key);
void aes256_key(void *handle, unsigned char *key);
void aes_iv(void *handle, unsigned char *iv);
void aes_ssh2_encrypt_blk(void *handle, unsigned char *blk, int len);
void aes_ssh2_decrypt_blk(void *handle, unsigned char *blk, int len);
* PuTTY version number formatted as an SSH version string.
extern const char sshver[];
* Gross hack: pscp will try to start SFTP but fall back to scp1 if
* that fails. This variable is the means by which scp.c can reach
* into the SSH code and find out which one it got.
extern int ssh_fallback_cmd(void *handle);
void SHATransform(word32 * digest, word32 * data);
int random_byte(void);
void random_add_noise(void *noise, int length);
void random_add_heavynoise(void *noise, int length);
void logevent(void *, const char *);
struct PortForwarding;
/* Allocate and register a new channel for port forwarding */
void *new_sock_channel(void *handle, struct PortForwarding *pf);
void ssh_send_port_open(void *channel, const char *hostname, int port,
const char *org);
/* Exports from portfwd.c */
extern char *pfd_connect(struct PortForwarding **pf, char *hostname, int port,
void *c, Conf *conf, int addressfamily);
extern void pfd_close(struct PortForwarding *);
extern int pfd_send(struct PortForwarding *, char *data, int len);
extern void pfd_send_eof(struct PortForwarding *);
extern void pfd_confirm(struct PortForwarding *);
extern void pfd_unthrottle(struct PortForwarding *);
extern void pfd_override_throttle(struct PortForwarding *, int enable);
struct PortListener;
/* desthost == NULL indicates dynamic (SOCKS) port forwarding */
extern char *pfl_listen(char *desthost, int destport, char *srcaddr,
int port, void *backhandle, Conf *conf,
struct PortListener **pl, int address_family);
extern void pfl_terminate(struct PortListener *);
/* Exports from x11fwd.c */
enum {
X11_TRANS_IPV4 = 0, X11_TRANS_IPV6 = 6, X11_TRANS_UNIX = 256
struct X11Display {
/* Broken-down components of the display name itself */
int unixdomain;
char *hostname;
int displaynum;
int screennum;
/* OSX sometimes replaces all the above with a full Unix-socket pathname */
char *unixsocketpath;
/* PuTTY networking SockAddr to connect to the display, and associated
* gubbins */
SockAddr addr;
int port;
char *realhost;
/* Our local auth details for talking to the real X display. */
int localauthproto;
unsigned char *localauthdata;
int localauthdatalen;
struct X11FakeAuth {
/* Auth details we invented for a virtual display on the SSH server. */
int proto;
unsigned char *data;
int datalen;
char *protoname;
char *datastring;
/* The encrypted form of the first block, in XDM-AUTHORIZATION-1.
* Used as part of the key when these structures are organised
* into a tree. See x11_invent_fake_auth for explanation. */
unsigned char *xa1_firstblock;
* Used inside x11fwd.c to remember recently seen
* XDM-AUTHORIZATION-1 strings, to avoid replay attacks.
tree234 *xdmseen;
* What to do with an X connection matching this auth data.
struct X11Display *disp;
void *share_cs, *share_chan;
void *x11_make_greeting(int endian, int protomajor, int protominor,
int auth_proto, const void *auth_data, int auth_len,
const char *peer_ip, int peer_port,
int *outlen);
int x11_authcmp(void *av, void *bv); /* for putting X11FakeAuth in a tree234 */
* x11_setup_display() parses the display variable and fills in an
* X11Display structure. Some remote auth details are invented;
* the supplied authtype parameter configures the preferred
* authorisation protocol to use at the remote end. The local auth
* details are looked up by calling platform_get_x11_auth.
extern struct X11Display *x11_setup_display(const char *display, Conf *);
void x11_free_display(struct X11Display *disp);
struct X11FakeAuth *x11_invent_fake_auth(tree234 *t, int authtype);
void x11_free_fake_auth(struct X11FakeAuth *auth);
struct X11Connection; /* opaque outside x11fwd.c */
struct X11Connection *x11_init(tree234 *authtree, void *, const char *, int);
extern void x11_close(struct X11Connection *);
extern int x11_send(struct X11Connection *, char *, int);
extern void x11_send_eof(struct X11Connection *s);
extern void x11_unthrottle(struct X11Connection *s);
extern void x11_override_throttle(struct X11Connection *s, int enable);
char *x11_display(const char *display);
/* Platform-dependent X11 functions */
extern void platform_get_x11_auth(struct X11Display *display, Conf *);
/* examine a mostly-filled-in X11Display and fill in localauth* */
extern const int platform_uses_x11_unix_by_default;
/* choose default X transport in the absence of a specified one */
SockAddr platform_get_x11_unix_address(const char *path, int displaynum);
/* make up a SockAddr naming the address for displaynum */
char *platform_get_x_display(void);
/* allocated local X display string, if any */
/* Callbacks in x11.c usable _by_ platform X11 functions */
* This function does the job of platform_get_x11_auth, provided
* it is told where to find a normally formatted .Xauthority file:
* it opens that file, parses it to find an auth record which
* matches the display details in "display", and fills in the
* localauth fields.
* It is expected that most implementations of
* platform_get_x11_auth() will work by finding their system's
* .Xauthority file, adjusting the display details if necessary
* for local oddities like Unix-domain socket transport, and
* calling this function to do the rest of the work.
void x11_get_auth_from_authfile(struct X11Display *display,
const char *authfilename);
int x11_identify_auth_proto(const char *proto);
void *x11_dehexify(const char *hex, int *outlen);
Bignum copybn(Bignum b);
Bignum bn_power_2(int n);
void bn_restore_invariant(Bignum b);
Bignum bignum_from_long(unsigned long n);
void freebn(Bignum b);
Bignum modpow(Bignum base, Bignum exp, Bignum mod);
Bignum modmul(Bignum a, Bignum b, Bignum mod);
Bignum modsub(const Bignum a, const Bignum b, const Bignum n);
void decbn(Bignum n);
extern Bignum Zero, One;
Bignum bignum_from_bytes(const unsigned char *data, int nbytes);
Bignum bignum_from_bytes_le(const unsigned char *data, int nbytes);
Bignum bignum_random_in_range(const Bignum lower, const Bignum upper);
int ssh1_read_bignum(const unsigned char *data, int len, Bignum * result);
int bignum_bitcount(Bignum bn);
int ssh1_bignum_length(Bignum bn);
int ssh2_bignum_length(Bignum bn);
int bignum_byte(Bignum bn, int i);
int bignum_bit(Bignum bn, int i);
void bignum_set_bit(Bignum bn, int i, int value);
int ssh1_write_bignum(void *data, Bignum bn);
Bignum biggcd(Bignum a, Bignum b);
unsigned short bignum_mod_short(Bignum number, unsigned short modulus);
Bignum bignum_add_long(Bignum number, unsigned long addend);
Bignum bigadd(Bignum a, Bignum b);
Bignum bigsub(Bignum a, Bignum b);
Bignum bigmul(Bignum a, Bignum b);
Bignum bigmuladd(Bignum a, Bignum b, Bignum addend);
Bignum bigdiv(Bignum a, Bignum b);
Bignum bigmod(Bignum a, Bignum b);
Bignum modinv(Bignum number, Bignum modulus);
Bignum bignum_bitmask(Bignum number);
Bignum bignum_rshift(Bignum number, int shift);
Bignum bignum_lshift(Bignum number, int shift);
int bignum_cmp(Bignum a, Bignum b);
char *bignum_decimal(Bignum x);
Bignum bignum_from_decimal(const char *decimal);
#ifdef DEBUG
void diagbn(char *prefix, Bignum md);
int dh_is_gex(const struct ssh_kex *kex);
void *dh_setup_group(const struct ssh_kex *kex);
void *dh_setup_gex(Bignum pval, Bignum gval);
void dh_cleanup(void *);
Bignum dh_create_e(void *, int nbits);
const char *dh_validate_f(void *handle, Bignum f);
Bignum dh_find_K(void *, Bignum f);
int loadrsakey(const Filename *filename, struct RSAKey *key,
const char *passphrase, const char **errorstr);
int rsakey_encrypted(const Filename *filename, char **comment);
int rsakey_pubblob(const Filename *filename, void **blob, int *bloblen,
char **commentptr, const char **errorstr);
int saversakey(const Filename *filename, struct RSAKey *key, char *passphrase);
extern int base64_decode_atom(const char *atom, unsigned char *out);
extern int base64_lines(int datalen);
extern void base64_encode_atom(const unsigned char *data, int n, char *out);
extern void base64_encode(FILE *fp, const unsigned char *data, int datalen,
int cpl);
/* ssh2_load_userkey can return this as an error */
extern struct ssh2_userkey ssh2_wrong_passphrase;
#define SSH2_WRONG_PASSPHRASE (&ssh2_wrong_passphrase)
int ssh2_userkey_encrypted(const Filename *filename, char **comment);
struct ssh2_userkey *ssh2_load_userkey(const Filename *filename,
const char *passphrase,
const char **errorstr);
unsigned char *ssh2_userkey_loadpub(const Filename *filename, char **algorithm,
int *pub_blob_len, char **commentptr,
const char **errorstr);
int ssh2_save_userkey(const Filename *filename, struct ssh2_userkey *key,
char *passphrase);
const struct ssh_signkey *find_pubkey_alg(const char *name);
const struct ssh_signkey *find_pubkey_alg_len(int namelen, const char *name);
enum {
* The OpenSSH key types deserve a little explanation. OpenSSH has
* two physical formats for private key storage: an old PEM-based
* one largely dictated by their use of OpenSSL and full of ASN.1,
* and a new one using the same private key formats used over the
* wire for talking to ssh-agent. The old format can only support
* a subset of the key types, because it needs redesign for each
* key type, and after a while they decided to move to the new
* format so as not to have to do that.
* On input, key files are identified as either
* accurately which actual format the keys are stored in.
* On output, however, we default to following OpenSSH's own
* policy of writing out PEM-style keys for maximum backwards
* compatibility if the key type supports it, and otherwise
* switching to the new format. So the formats you can select for
* output are SSH_KEYTYPE_OPENSSH_NEW (forcing the new format for
* any key type), and SSH_KEYTYPE_OPENSSH_AUTO to use the oldest
* format supported by whatever key type you're writing out.
* So we have three type codes, but only two of them usable in any
* given circumstance. An input key file will never be identified
* as AUTO, only PEM or NEW; key export UIs should not be able to
* select PEM, only AUTO or NEW.
* Public-key-only formats, which we still want to be able to read
* for various purposes.
char *ssh1_pubkey_str(struct RSAKey *ssh1key);
void ssh1_write_pubkey(FILE *fp, struct RSAKey *ssh1key);
char *ssh2_pubkey_openssh_str(struct ssh2_userkey *key);
void ssh2_write_pubkey(FILE *fp, const char *comment,
const void *v_pub_blob, int pub_len,
int keytype);
char *ssh2_fingerprint_blob(const void *blob, int bloblen);
char *ssh2_fingerprint(const struct ssh_signkey *alg, void *data);
int key_type(const Filename *filename);
const char *key_type_to_str(int type);
int import_possible(int type);
int import_target_type(int type);
int import_encrypted(const Filename *filename, int type, char **comment);
int import_ssh1(const Filename *filename, int type,
struct RSAKey *key, char *passphrase, const char **errmsg_p);
struct ssh2_userkey *import_ssh2(const Filename *filename, int type,
char *passphrase, const char **errmsg_p);
int export_ssh1(const Filename *filename, int type,
struct RSAKey *key, char *passphrase);
int export_ssh2(const Filename *filename, int type,
struct ssh2_userkey *key, char *passphrase);
void des3_decrypt_pubkey(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *blk, int len);
void des3_encrypt_pubkey(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *blk, int len);
void des3_decrypt_pubkey_ossh(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *iv,
unsigned char *blk, int len);
void des3_encrypt_pubkey_ossh(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *iv,
unsigned char *blk, int len);
void aes256_encrypt_pubkey(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *blk,
int len);
void aes256_decrypt_pubkey(unsigned char *key, unsigned char *blk,
int len);
void des_encrypt_xdmauth(const unsigned char *key,
unsigned char *blk, int len);
void des_decrypt_xdmauth(const unsigned char *key,
unsigned char *blk, int len);
void openssh_bcrypt(const char *passphrase,
const unsigned char *salt, int saltbytes,
int rounds, unsigned char *out, int outbytes);
* For progress updates in the key generation utility.
#define PROGFN_READY 5
typedef void (*progfn_t) (void *param, int action, int phase, int progress);
int rsa_generate(struct RSAKey *key, int bits, progfn_t pfn,
void *pfnparam);
int dsa_generate(struct dss_key *key, int bits, progfn_t pfn,
void *pfnparam);
int ec_generate(struct ec_key *key, int bits, progfn_t pfn,
void *pfnparam);
int ec_edgenerate(struct ec_key *key, int bits, progfn_t pfn,
void *pfnparam);
Bignum primegen(int bits, int modulus, int residue, Bignum factor,
int phase, progfn_t pfn, void *pfnparam, unsigned firstbits);
void invent_firstbits(unsigned *one, unsigned *two);
* zlib compression.
void *zlib_compress_init(void);
void zlib_compress_cleanup(void *);
void *zlib_decompress_init(void);
void zlib_decompress_cleanup(void *);
int zlib_compress_block(void *, unsigned char *block, int len,
unsigned char **outblock, int *outlen);
int zlib_decompress_block(void *, unsigned char *block, int len,
unsigned char **outblock, int *outlen);
* Connection-sharing API provided by platforms. This function must
* either:
* - return SHARE_NONE and do nothing
* - return SHARE_DOWNSTREAM and set *sock to a Socket connected to
* downplug
* - return SHARE_UPSTREAM and set *sock to a Socket connected to
* upplug.
int platform_ssh_share(const char *name, Conf *conf,
Plug downplug, Plug upplug, Socket *sock,
char **logtext, char **ds_err, char **us_err,
int can_upstream, int can_downstream);
void platform_ssh_share_cleanup(const char *name);
* SSH-1 message type codes.
#define SSH1_MSG_DISCONNECT 1 /* 0x1 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_PUBLIC_KEY 2 /* 0x2 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_SESSION_KEY 3 /* 0x3 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_USER 4 /* 0x4 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_RSA 6 /* 0x6 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_AUTH_RSA_CHALLENGE 7 /* 0x7 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_RSA_RESPONSE 8 /* 0x8 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_PASSWORD 9 /* 0x9 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_REQUEST_PTY 10 /* 0xa */
#define SSH1_CMSG_WINDOW_SIZE 11 /* 0xb */
#define SSH1_CMSG_EXEC_SHELL 12 /* 0xc */
#define SSH1_CMSG_EXEC_CMD 13 /* 0xd */
#define SSH1_SMSG_SUCCESS 14 /* 0xe */
#define SSH1_SMSG_FAILURE 15 /* 0xf */
#define SSH1_CMSG_STDIN_DATA 16 /* 0x10 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_STDOUT_DATA 17 /* 0x11 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_STDERR_DATA 18 /* 0x12 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_EOF 19 /* 0x13 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_EXIT_STATUS 20 /* 0x14 */
#define SSH1_MSG_CHANNEL_OPEN_FAILURE 22 /* 0x16 */
#define SSH1_MSG_CHANNEL_DATA 23 /* 0x17 */
#define SSH1_MSG_CHANNEL_CLOSE 24 /* 0x18 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_X11_OPEN 27 /* 0x1b */
#define SSH1_CMSG_PORT_FORWARD_REQUEST 28 /* 0x1c */
#define SSH1_MSG_PORT_OPEN 29 /* 0x1d */
#define SSH1_SMSG_AGENT_OPEN 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH1_MSG_IGNORE 32 /* 0x20 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_EXIT_CONFIRMATION 33 /* 0x21 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_X11_REQUEST_FORWARDING 34 /* 0x22 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_RHOSTS_RSA 35 /* 0x23 */
#define SSH1_MSG_DEBUG 36 /* 0x24 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_REQUEST_COMPRESSION 37 /* 0x25 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_TIS 39 /* 0x27 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_AUTH_TIS_CHALLENGE 40 /* 0x28 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_TIS_RESPONSE 41 /* 0x29 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_CCARD 70 /* 0x46 */
#define SSH1_SMSG_AUTH_CCARD_CHALLENGE 71 /* 0x47 */
#define SSH1_CMSG_AUTH_CCARD_RESPONSE 72 /* 0x48 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_RHOSTS 1 /* 0x1 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_RSA 2 /* 0x2 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_PASSWORD 3 /* 0x3 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_RHOSTS_RSA 4 /* 0x4 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_TIS 5 /* 0x5 */
#define SSH1_AUTH_CCARD 16 /* 0x10 */
#define SSH1_PROTOFLAG_SCREEN_NUMBER 1 /* 0x1 */
/* Mask for protoflags we will echo back to server if seen */
#define SSH1_PROTOFLAGS_SUPPORTED 0 /* 0x1 */
* SSH-2 message type codes.
#define SSH2_MSG_DISCONNECT 1 /* 0x1 */
#define SSH2_MSG_IGNORE 2 /* 0x2 */
#define SSH2_MSG_UNIMPLEMENTED 3 /* 0x3 */
#define SSH2_MSG_DEBUG 4 /* 0x4 */
#define SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_REQUEST 5 /* 0x5 */
#define SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT 6 /* 0x6 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT 20 /* 0x14 */
#define SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS 21 /* 0x15 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXDH_INIT 30 /* 0x1e */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXDH_REPLY 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_REQUEST_OLD 30 /* 0x1e */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_REQUEST 34 /* 0x22 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_GROUP 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_INIT 32 /* 0x20 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_REPLY 33 /* 0x21 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXRSA_PUBKEY 30 /* 0x1e */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXRSA_SECRET 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEXRSA_DONE 32 /* 0x20 */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_INIT 30 /* 0x1e */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_REPLY 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECMQV_INIT 30 /* 0x1e */
#define SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECMQV_REPLY 31 /* 0x1f */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_REQUEST 50 /* 0x32 */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_FAILURE 51 /* 0x33 */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_SUCCESS 52 /* 0x34 */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_BANNER 53 /* 0x35 */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_PK_OK 60 /* 0x3c */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_INFO_REQUEST 60 /* 0x3c */
#define SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_INFO_RESPONSE 61 /* 0x3d */
#define SSH2_MSG_GLOBAL_REQUEST 80 /* 0x50 */
#define SSH2_MSG_REQUEST_SUCCESS 81 /* 0x51 */
#define SSH2_MSG_REQUEST_FAILURE 82 /* 0x52 */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_OPEN 90 /* 0x5a */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_OPEN_FAILURE 92 /* 0x5c */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_WINDOW_ADJUST 93 /* 0x5d */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_DATA 94 /* 0x5e */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_EXTENDED_DATA 95 /* 0x5f */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_EOF 96 /* 0x60 */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_CLOSE 97 /* 0x61 */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_REQUEST 98 /* 0x62 */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_SUCCESS 99 /* 0x63 */
#define SSH2_MSG_CHANNEL_FAILURE 100 /* 0x64 */
* SSH-1 agent messages.
#define SSH1_AGENTC_REMOVE_ALL_RSA_IDENTITIES 9 /* openssh private? */
* Messages common to SSH-1 and OpenSSH's SSH-2.
* OpenSSH's SSH-2 agent messages.
* Assorted other SSH-related enumerations.
#define SSH2_DISCONNECT_MAC_ERROR 5 /* 0x5 */
#define SSH2_OPEN_CONNECT_FAILED 2 /* 0x2 */
#define SSH2_OPEN_UNKNOWN_CHANNEL_TYPE 3 /* 0x3 */
#define SSH2_OPEN_RESOURCE_SHORTAGE 4 /* 0x4 */
#define SSH2_EXTENDED_DATA_STDERR 1 /* 0x1 */
* Need this to warn about support for the original SSH-2 keyfile
* format.
void old_keyfile_warning(void);