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/* des-compat.h

   The des block cipher, old libdes/openssl-style interface.

   Copyright (C) 2001 Niels Möller

   This file is part of GNU Nettle.

   GNU Nettle is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
   modify it under the terms of either:

     * the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free
       Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

   or

     * 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.

   or both in parallel, as here.

   GNU Nettle is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
   General Public License for more details.

   You should have received copies of the GNU General Public License and
   the GNU Lesser General Public License along with this program.  If
   not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
*/

#ifndef NETTLE_DES_COMPAT_H_INCLUDED
#define NETTLE_DES_COMPAT_H_INCLUDED

/* According to Assar, des_set_key, des_set_key_odd_parity,
 * des_is_weak_key, plus the encryption functions (des_*_encrypt and
 * des_cbc_cksum) would be a pretty useful subset. */

/* NOTE: This is quite experimental, and not all functions are
 * implemented. Contributions, in particular test cases are welcome. */

#include "des.h"

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/* We use some name mangling, to avoid collisions with either other
 * nettle functions or with libcrypto. */

#define des_ecb3_encrypt nettle_openssl_des_ecb3_encrypt
#define des_cbc_cksum nettle_openssl_des_cbc_cksum
#define des_ncbc_encrypt nettle_openssl_des_ncbc_encrypt
#define des_cbc_encrypt nettle_openssl_des_cbc_encrypt
#define des_ecb_encrypt nettle_openssl_des_ecb_encrypt
#define des_ede3_cbc_encrypt nettle_openssl_des_ede3_cbc_encrypt
#define des_set_odd_parity nettle_openssl_des_set_odd_parity
#define des_check_key nettle_openssl_des_check_key
#define des_key_sched nettle_openssl_des_key_sched
#define des_is_weak_key nettle_openssl_des_is_weak_key

/* An extra alias */
#undef des_set_key
#define des_set_key nettle_openssl_des_key_sched

enum { DES_DECRYPT = 0, DES_ENCRYPT = 1 };

/* Types */
typedef uint32_t DES_LONG;

/* Note: Typedef:ed arrays should be avoided, but they're used here
 * for compatibility. */
typedef struct des_ctx des_key_schedule[1];

typedef uint8_t des_cblock[DES_BLOCK_SIZE];
/* Note: The proper definition,

     typedef const uint8_t const_des_cblock[DES_BLOCK_SIZE];

   would have worked, *if* all the prototypes had used arguments like
   foo(const_des_cblock src, des_cblock dst), letting argument arrays
   "decay" into pointers of type uint8_t * and const uint8_t *.

   But since openssl's prototypes use *pointers* const_des_cblock *src,
   des_cblock *dst, this ends up in type conflicts, and the workaround
   is to not use const at all.
*/
#define const_des_cblock des_cblock

/* Aliases */
#define des_ecb2_encrypt(i,o,k1,k2,e) \
	des_ecb3_encrypt((i),(o),(k1),(k2),(k1),(e))

#define des_ede2_cbc_encrypt(i,o,l,k1,k2,iv,e) \
	des_ede3_cbc_encrypt((i),(o),(l),(k1),(k2),(k1),(iv),(e))

/* Global flag */
extern int des_check_key;

/* Prototypes */

/* Typing is a little confusing. Since both des_cblock and
   des_key_schedule are typedef:ed arrays, it automatically decay to
   a pointers.

   But the functions are declared taking pointers to des_cblock, i.e.
   pointers to arrays. And on the other hand, they take plain
   des_key_schedule arguments, which is equivalent to pointers to
   struct des_ctx.  */
void
des_ecb3_encrypt(const_des_cblock *src, des_cblock *dst,
		 des_key_schedule k1,
		 des_key_schedule k2,
		 des_key_schedule k3, int enc);

/* des_cbc_cksum in libdes returns a 32 bit integer, representing the
 * latter half of the output block, using little endian byte order. */
uint32_t
des_cbc_cksum(const uint8_t *src, des_cblock *dst,
              long length, des_key_schedule ctx,
              const_des_cblock *iv);

/* NOTE: Doesn't update iv. */
void
des_cbc_encrypt(const_des_cblock *src, des_cblock *dst, long length,
		des_key_schedule ctx, const_des_cblock *iv,
		int enc);

/* Similar, but updates iv. */
void
des_ncbc_encrypt(const_des_cblock *src, des_cblock *dst, long length,
		 des_key_schedule ctx, des_cblock *iv,
                 int enc);

void
des_ecb_encrypt(const_des_cblock *src, des_cblock *dst,
		des_key_schedule ctx, int enc);

void
des_ede3_cbc_encrypt(const_des_cblock *src, des_cblock *dst, long length,
		     des_key_schedule k1,
		     des_key_schedule k2,
		     des_key_schedule k3,
		     des_cblock *iv,
		     int enc);

int
des_set_odd_parity(des_cblock *key);

int
des_key_sched(const_des_cblock *key, des_key_schedule ctx);

int
des_is_weak_key(const_des_cblock *key);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* NETTLE_DES_COMPAT_H_INCLUDED */