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/*
 * General protocol-agnostic payload-based sample fetches and ACLs
 *
 * Copyright 2000-2013 Willy Tarreau <w@1wt.eu>
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version
 * 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 */

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

#include <proto/acl.h>
#include <proto/arg.h>
#include <proto/channel.h>
#include <proto/pattern.h>
#include <proto/payload.h>
#include <proto/sample.h>


/************************************************************************/
/*       All supported sample fetch functions must be declared here     */
/************************************************************************/

/* wait for more data as long as possible, then return TRUE. This should be
 * used with content inspection.
 */
static int
smp_fetch_wait_end(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                   const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	if (!(opt & SMP_OPT_FINAL)) {
		smp->flags |= SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;
		return 0;
	}
	smp->type = SMP_T_BOOL;
	smp->data.uint = 1;
	return 1;
}

/* return the number of bytes in the request buffer */
static int
smp_fetch_len(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                  const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	struct channel *chn = ((opt & SMP_OPT_DIR) == SMP_OPT_DIR_RES) ? s->rep : s->req;

	if (!s || !chn)
		return 0;

	smp->type = SMP_T_UINT;
	smp->data.uint = chn->buf->i;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE | SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;
	return 1;
}

/* returns the type of SSL hello message (mainly used to detect an SSL hello) */
static int
smp_fetch_ssl_hello_type(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                         const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	int hs_len;
	int hs_type, bleft;
	struct channel *chn;
	const unsigned char *data;

	if (!s)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	chn = ((opt & SMP_OPT_DIR) == SMP_OPT_DIR_RES) ? s->rep : s->req;

	if (!chn)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	bleft = chn->buf->i;
	data = (const unsigned char *)chn->buf->p;

	if (!bleft)
		goto too_short;

	if ((*data >= 0x14 && *data <= 0x17) || (*data == 0xFF)) {
		/* SSLv3 header format */
		if (bleft < 9)
			goto too_short;

		/* ssl version 3 */
		if ((data[1] << 16) + data[2] < 0x00030000)
			goto not_ssl_hello;

		/* ssl message len must present handshake type and len */
		if ((data[3] << 8) + data[4] < 4)
			goto not_ssl_hello;

		/* format introduced with SSLv3 */

		hs_type = (int)data[5];
		hs_len = ( data[6] << 16 ) + ( data[7] << 8 ) + data[8];

		/* not a full handshake */
		if (bleft < (9 + hs_len))
			goto too_short;

	}
	else {
		goto not_ssl_hello;
	}

	smp->type = SMP_T_UINT;
	smp->data.uint = hs_type;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE;

	return 1;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;

 not_ssl_hello:

	return 0;
}

/* Return the version of the SSL protocol in the request. It supports both
 * SSLv3 (TLSv1) header format for any message, and SSLv2 header format for
 * the hello message. The SSLv3 format is described in RFC 2246 p49, and the
 * SSLv2 format is described here, and completed p67 of RFC 2246 :
 *    http://wp.netscape.com/eng/security/SSL_2.html
 *
 * Note: this decoder only works with non-wrapping data.
 */
static int
smp_fetch_req_ssl_ver(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                      const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	int version, bleft, msg_len;
	const unsigned char *data;

	if (!s || !s->req)
		return 0;

	msg_len = 0;
	bleft = s->req->buf->i;
	if (!bleft)
		goto too_short;

	data = (const unsigned char *)s->req->buf->p;
	if ((*data >= 0x14 && *data <= 0x17) || (*data == 0xFF)) {
		/* SSLv3 header format */
		if (bleft < 5)
			goto too_short;

		version = (data[1] << 16) + data[2]; /* version: major, minor */
		msg_len = (data[3] <<  8) + data[4]; /* record length */

		/* format introduced with SSLv3 */
		if (version < 0x00030000)
			goto not_ssl;

		/* message length between 1 and 2^14 + 2048 */
		if (msg_len < 1 || msg_len > ((1<<14) + 2048))
			goto not_ssl;

		bleft -= 5; data += 5;
	} else {
		/* SSLv2 header format, only supported for hello (msg type 1) */
		int rlen, plen, cilen, silen, chlen;

		if (*data & 0x80) {
			if (bleft < 3)
				goto too_short;
			/* short header format : 15 bits for length */
			rlen = ((data[0] & 0x7F) << 8) | data[1];
			plen = 0;
			bleft -= 2; data += 2;
		} else {
			if (bleft < 4)
				goto too_short;
			/* long header format : 14 bits for length + pad length */
			rlen = ((data[0] & 0x3F) << 8) | data[1];
			plen = data[2];
			bleft -= 3; data += 2;
		}

		if (*data != 0x01)
			goto not_ssl;
		bleft--; data++;

		if (bleft < 8)
			goto too_short;
		version = (data[0] << 16) + data[1]; /* version: major, minor */
		cilen   = (data[2] <<  8) + data[3]; /* cipher len, multiple of 3 */
		silen   = (data[4] <<  8) + data[5]; /* session_id_len: 0 or 16 */
		chlen   = (data[6] <<  8) + data[7]; /* 16<=challenge length<=32 */

		bleft -= 8; data += 8;
		if (cilen % 3 != 0)
			goto not_ssl;
		if (silen && silen != 16)
			goto not_ssl;
		if (chlen < 16 || chlen > 32)
			goto not_ssl;
		if (rlen != 9 + cilen + silen + chlen)
			goto not_ssl;

		/* focus on the remaining data length */
		msg_len = cilen + silen + chlen + plen;
	}
	/* We could recursively check that the buffer ends exactly on an SSL
	 * fragment boundary and that a possible next segment is still SSL,
	 * but that's a bit pointless. However, we could still check that
	 * all the part of the request which fits in a buffer is already
	 * there.
	 */
	if (msg_len > buffer_max_len(s->req) + s->req->buf->data - s->req->buf->p)
		msg_len = buffer_max_len(s->req) + s->req->buf->data - s->req->buf->p;

	if (bleft < msg_len)
		goto too_short;

	/* OK that's enough. We have at least the whole message, and we have
	 * the protocol version.
	 */
	smp->type = SMP_T_UINT;
	smp->data.uint = version;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE;
	return 1;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;
 not_ssl:
	return 0;
}

/* Try to extract the Server Name Indication that may be presented in a TLS
 * client hello handshake message. The format of the message is the following
 * (cf RFC5246 + RFC6066) :
 * TLS frame :
 *   - uint8  type                            = 0x16   (Handshake)
 *   - uint16 version                        >= 0x0301 (TLSv1)
 *   - uint16 length                                   (frame length)
 *   - TLS handshake :
 *     - uint8  msg_type                      = 0x01   (ClientHello)
 *     - uint24 length                                 (handshake message length)
 *     - ClientHello :
 *       - uint16 client_version             >= 0x0301 (TLSv1)
 *       - uint8 Random[32]                  (4 first ones are timestamp)
 *       - SessionID :
 *         - uint8 session_id_len (0..32)              (SessionID len in bytes)
 *         - uint8 session_id[session_id_len]
 *       - CipherSuite :
 *         - uint16 cipher_len               >= 2      (Cipher length in bytes)
 *         - uint16 ciphers[cipher_len/2]
 *       - CompressionMethod :
 *         - uint8 compression_len           >= 1      (# of supported methods)
 *         - uint8 compression_methods[compression_len]
 *       - optional client_extension_len               (in bytes)
 *       - optional sequence of ClientHelloExtensions  (as many bytes as above):
 *         - uint16 extension_type            = 0 for server_name
 *         - uint16 extension_len
 *         - opaque extension_data[extension_len]
 *           - uint16 server_name_list_len             (# of bytes here)
 *           - opaque server_names[server_name_list_len bytes]
 *             - uint8 name_type              = 0 for host_name
 *             - uint16 name_len
 *             - opaque hostname[name_len bytes]
 */
static int
smp_fetch_ssl_hello_sni(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                        const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	int hs_len, ext_len, bleft;
	struct channel *chn;
	unsigned char *data;

	if (!s)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	chn = ((opt & SMP_OPT_DIR) == SMP_OPT_DIR_RES) ? s->rep : s->req;

	if (!chn)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	bleft = chn->buf->i;
	data = (unsigned char *)chn->buf->p;

	/* Check for SSL/TLS Handshake */
	if (!bleft)
		goto too_short;
	if (*data != 0x16)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	/* Check for SSLv3 or later (SSL version >= 3.0) in the record layer*/
	if (bleft < 3)
		goto too_short;
	if (data[1] < 0x03)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	if (bleft < 5)
		goto too_short;
	hs_len = (data[3] << 8) + data[4];
	if (hs_len < 1 + 3 + 2 + 32 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2)
		goto not_ssl_hello; /* too short to have an extension */

	data += 5; /* enter TLS handshake */
	bleft -= 5;

	/* Check for a complete client hello starting at <data> */
	if (bleft < 1)
		goto too_short;
	if (data[0] != 0x01) /* msg_type = Client Hello */
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	/* Check the Hello's length */
	if (bleft < 4)
		goto too_short;
	hs_len = (data[1] << 16) + (data[2] << 8) + data[3];
	if (hs_len < 2 + 32 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2)
		goto not_ssl_hello; /* too short to have an extension */

	/* We want the full handshake here */
	if (bleft < hs_len)
		goto too_short;

	data += 4;
	/* Start of the ClientHello message */
	if (data[0] < 0x03 || data[1] < 0x01) /* TLSv1 minimum */
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	ext_len = data[34]; /* session_id_len */
	if (ext_len > 32 || ext_len > (hs_len - 35)) /* check for correct session_id len */
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	/* Jump to cipher suite */
	hs_len -= 35 + ext_len;
	data   += 35 + ext_len;

	if (hs_len < 4 ||                               /* minimum one cipher */
	    (ext_len = (data[0] << 8) + data[1]) < 2 || /* minimum 2 bytes for a cipher */
	    ext_len > hs_len)
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	/* Jump to the compression methods */
	hs_len -= 2 + ext_len;
	data   += 2 + ext_len;

	if (hs_len < 2 ||                       /* minimum one compression method */
	    data[0] < 1 || data[0] > hs_len)    /* minimum 1 bytes for a method */
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	/* Jump to the extensions */
	hs_len -= 1 + data[0];
	data   += 1 + data[0];

	if (hs_len < 2 ||                       /* minimum one extension list length */
	    (ext_len = (data[0] << 8) + data[1]) > hs_len - 2) /* list too long */
		goto not_ssl_hello;

	hs_len = ext_len; /* limit ourselves to the extension length */
	data += 2;

	while (hs_len >= 4) {
		int ext_type, name_type, srv_len, name_len;

		ext_type = (data[0] << 8) + data[1];
		ext_len  = (data[2] << 8) + data[3];

		if (ext_len > hs_len - 4) /* Extension too long */
			goto not_ssl_hello;

		if (ext_type == 0) { /* Server name */
			if (ext_len < 2) /* need one list length */
				goto not_ssl_hello;

			srv_len = (data[4] << 8) + data[5];
			if (srv_len < 4 || srv_len > hs_len - 6)
				goto not_ssl_hello; /* at least 4 bytes per server name */

			name_type = data[6];
			name_len = (data[7] << 8) + data[8];

			if (name_type == 0) { /* hostname */
				smp->type = SMP_T_STR;
				smp->data.str.str = (char *)data + 9;
				smp->data.str.len = name_len;
				smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE | SMP_F_CONST;
				return 1;
			}
		}

		hs_len -= 4 + ext_len;
		data   += 4 + ext_len;
	}
	/* server name not found */
	goto not_ssl_hello;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;

 not_ssl_hello:

	return 0;
}

/* Fetch the request RDP cookie identified in <cname>:<clen>, or any cookie if
 * <clen> is empty (cname is then ignored). It returns the data into sample <smp>
 * of type SMP_T_CSTR. Note: this decoder only works with non-wrapping data.
 */
int
fetch_rdp_cookie_name(struct session *s, struct sample *smp, const char *cname, int clen)
{
	int bleft;
	const unsigned char *data;

	if (!s || !s->req)
		return 0;

	smp->flags = SMP_F_CONST;
	smp->type = SMP_T_STR;

	bleft = s->req->buf->i;
	if (bleft <= 11)
		goto too_short;

	data = (const unsigned char *)s->req->buf->p + 11;
	bleft -= 11;

	if (bleft <= 7)
		goto too_short;

	if (strncasecmp((const char *)data, "Cookie:", 7) != 0)
		goto not_cookie;

	data += 7;
	bleft -= 7;

	while (bleft > 0 && *data == ' ') {
		data++;
		bleft--;
	}

	if (clen) {
		if (bleft <= clen)
			goto too_short;

		if ((data[clen] != '=') ||
		    strncasecmp(cname, (const char *)data, clen) != 0)
			goto not_cookie;

		data += clen + 1;
		bleft -= clen + 1;
	} else {
		while (bleft > 0 && *data != '=') {
			if (*data == '\r' || *data == '\n')
				goto not_cookie;
			data++;
			bleft--;
		}

		if (bleft < 1)
			goto too_short;

		if (*data != '=')
			goto not_cookie;

		data++;
		bleft--;
	}

	/* data points to cookie value */
	smp->data.str.str = (char *)data;
	smp->data.str.len = 0;

	while (bleft > 0 && *data != '\r') {
		data++;
		bleft--;
	}

	if (bleft < 2)
		goto too_short;

	if (data[0] != '\r' || data[1] != '\n')
		goto not_cookie;

	smp->data.str.len = (char *)data - smp->data.str.str;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE | SMP_F_CONST;
	return 1;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE | SMP_F_CONST;
 not_cookie:
	return 0;
}

/* Fetch the request RDP cookie identified in the args, or any cookie if no arg
 * is passed. It is usable both for ACL and for samples. Note: this decoder
 * only works with non-wrapping data. Accepts either 0 or 1 argument. Argument
 * is a string (cookie name), other types will lead to undefined behaviour. The
 * returned sample has type SMP_T_CSTR.
 */
int
smp_fetch_rdp_cookie(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                     const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	return fetch_rdp_cookie_name(s, smp, args ? args->data.str.str : NULL, args ? args->data.str.len : 0);
}

/* returns either 1 or 0 depending on whether an RDP cookie is found or not */
static int
smp_fetch_rdp_cookie_cnt(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                         const struct arg *args, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	int ret;

	ret = smp_fetch_rdp_cookie(px, s, l7, opt, args, smp, kw);

	if (smp->flags & SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE)
		return 0;

	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE;
	smp->type = SMP_T_UINT;
	smp->data.uint = ret;
	return 1;
}

/* extracts part of a payload with offset and length at a given position */
static int
smp_fetch_payload_lv(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                     const struct arg *arg_p, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	unsigned int len_offset = arg_p[0].data.uint;
	unsigned int len_size = arg_p[1].data.uint;
	unsigned int buf_offset;
	unsigned int buf_size = 0;
	struct channel *chn;
	int i;

	/* Format is (len offset, len size, buf offset) or (len offset, len size) */
	/* by default buf offset == len offset + len size */
	/* buf offset could be absolute or relative to len offset + len size if prefixed by + or - */

	if (!s)
		return 0;

	chn = ((opt & SMP_OPT_DIR) == SMP_OPT_DIR_RES) ? s->rep : s->req;

	if (!chn)
		return 0;

	if (len_offset + len_size > chn->buf->i)
		goto too_short;

	for (i = 0; i < len_size; i++) {
		buf_size = (buf_size << 8) + ((unsigned char *)chn->buf->p)[i + len_offset];
	}

	/* buf offset may be implicit, absolute or relative */
	buf_offset = len_offset + len_size;
	if (arg_p[2].type == ARGT_UINT)
		buf_offset = arg_p[2].data.uint;
	else if (arg_p[2].type == ARGT_SINT)
		buf_offset += arg_p[2].data.sint;

	if (!buf_size || buf_size > chn->buf->size || buf_offset + buf_size > chn->buf->size) {
		/* will never match */
		smp->flags = 0;
		return 0;
	}

	if (buf_offset + buf_size > chn->buf->i)
		goto too_short;

	/* init chunk as read only */
	smp->type = SMP_T_BIN;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE | SMP_F_CONST;
	chunk_initlen(&smp->data.str, chn->buf->p + buf_offset, 0, buf_size);
	return 1;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE | SMP_F_CONST;
	return 0;
}

/* extracts some payload at a fixed position and length */
static int
smp_fetch_payload(struct proxy *px, struct session *s, void *l7, unsigned int opt,
                  const struct arg *arg_p, struct sample *smp, const char *kw)
{
	unsigned int buf_offset = arg_p[0].data.uint;
	unsigned int buf_size = arg_p[1].data.uint;
	struct channel *chn;

	if (!s)
		return 0;

	chn = ((opt & SMP_OPT_DIR) == SMP_OPT_DIR_RES) ? s->rep : s->req;

	if (!chn)
		return 0;

	if (buf_size > chn->buf->size || buf_offset + buf_size > chn->buf->size) {
		/* will never match */
		smp->flags = 0;
		return 0;
	}

	if (buf_offset + buf_size > chn->buf->i)
		goto too_short;

	/* init chunk as read only */
	smp->type = SMP_T_BIN;
	smp->flags = SMP_F_VOLATILE | SMP_F_CONST;
	chunk_initlen(&smp->data.str, chn->buf->p + buf_offset, 0, buf_size ? buf_size : (chn->buf->i - buf_offset));
	if (!buf_size && !channel_full(chn) && !channel_input_closed(chn))
		smp->flags |= SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE;

	return 1;

 too_short:
	smp->flags = SMP_F_MAY_CHANGE | SMP_F_CONST;
	return 0;
}

/* This function is used to validate the arguments passed to a "payload_lv" fetch
 * keyword. This keyword allows two positive integers and an optional signed one,
 * with the second one being strictly positive and the third one being greater than
 * the opposite of the two others if negative. It is assumed that the types are
 * already the correct ones. Returns 0 on error, non-zero if OK. If <err_msg> is
 * not NULL, it will be filled with a pointer to an error message in case of
 * error, that the caller is responsible for freeing. The initial location must
 * either be freeable or NULL.
 */
static int val_payload_lv(struct arg *arg, char **err_msg)
{
	if (!arg[1].data.uint) {
		memprintf(err_msg, "payload length must be > 0");
		return 0;
	}

	if (arg[2].type == ARGT_SINT &&
	    (int)(arg[0].data.uint + arg[1].data.uint + arg[2].data.sint) < 0) {
		memprintf(err_msg, "payload offset too negative");
		return 0;
	}
	return 1;
}

/************************************************************************/
/*      All supported sample and ACL keywords must be declared here.    */
/************************************************************************/

/* Note: must not be declared <const> as its list will be overwritten.
 * Note: fetches that may return multiple types must be declared as the lowest
 * common denominator, the type that can be casted into all other ones. For
 * instance IPv4/IPv6 must be declared IPv4.
 */
static struct sample_fetch_kw_list smp_kws = {ILH, {
	{ "payload",             smp_fetch_payload,        ARG2(2,UINT,UINT),      NULL,           SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6REQ|SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "payload_lv",          smp_fetch_payload_lv,     ARG3(2,UINT,UINT,SINT), val_payload_lv, SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6REQ|SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "rdp_cookie",          smp_fetch_rdp_cookie,     ARG1(0,STR),            NULL,           SMP_T_STR,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "rdp_cookie_cnt",      smp_fetch_rdp_cookie_cnt, ARG1(0,STR),            NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "rep_ssl_hello_type",  smp_fetch_ssl_hello_type, 0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "req_len",             smp_fetch_len,            0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req_ssl_hello_type",  smp_fetch_ssl_hello_type, 0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req_ssl_sni",         smp_fetch_ssl_hello_sni,  0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_STR,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req_ssl_ver",         smp_fetch_req_ssl_ver,    0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },

	{ "req.len",             smp_fetch_len,            0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.payload",         smp_fetch_payload,        ARG2(2,UINT,UINT),      NULL,           SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.payload_lv",      smp_fetch_payload_lv,     ARG3(2,UINT,UINT,SINT), val_payload_lv, SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.rdp_cookie",      smp_fetch_rdp_cookie,     ARG1(0,STR),            NULL,           SMP_T_STR,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.rdp_cookie_cnt",  smp_fetch_rdp_cookie_cnt, ARG1(0,STR),            NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.ssl_hello_type",  smp_fetch_ssl_hello_type, 0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.ssl_sni",         smp_fetch_ssl_hello_sni,  0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_STR,  SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "req.ssl_ver",         smp_fetch_req_ssl_ver,    0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6REQ },
	{ "res.len",             smp_fetch_len,            0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "res.payload",         smp_fetch_payload,        ARG2(2,UINT,UINT),      NULL,           SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "res.payload_lv",      smp_fetch_payload_lv,     ARG3(2,UINT,UINT,SINT), val_payload_lv, SMP_T_BIN,  SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "res.ssl_hello_type",  smp_fetch_ssl_hello_type, 0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_UINT, SMP_USE_L6RES },
	{ "wait_end",            smp_fetch_wait_end,       0,                      NULL,           SMP_T_BOOL, SMP_USE_INTRN },
	{ /* END */ },
}};


/* Note: must not be declared <const> as its list will be overwritten.
 * Please take care of keeping this list alphabetically sorted.
 */
static struct acl_kw_list acl_kws = {ILH, {
	{ "payload",            "req.payload",        PAT_MATCH_BIN },
	{ "payload_lv",         "req.payload_lv",     PAT_MATCH_BIN },
	{ "req_rdp_cookie",     "req.rdp_cookie",     PAT_MATCH_STR },
	{ "req_rdp_cookie_cnt", "req.rdp_cookie_cnt", PAT_MATCH_INT },
	{ "req_ssl_sni",        "req.ssl_sni",        PAT_MATCH_STR },
	{ "req_ssl_ver",        "req.ssl_ver",        PAT_MATCH_INT, pat_parse_dotted_ver },
	{ "req.ssl_ver",        "req.ssl_ver",        PAT_MATCH_INT, pat_parse_dotted_ver },
	{ /* END */ },
}};


__attribute__((constructor))
static void __payload_init(void)
{
	sample_register_fetches(&smp_kws);
	acl_register_keywords(&acl_kws);
}

/*
 * Local variables:
 *  c-indent-level: 8
 *  c-basic-offset: 8
 * End:
 */