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20 
21 #include <stddef.h>
22 #include <stdint.h>
23 #include <string.h>
24 
25 #include "attributes.h"
26 #include "hmac.h"
27 #include "md5.h"
28 #include "sha.h"
29 #include "sha512.h"
30 #include "mem.h"
31 
32 #define MAX_HASHLEN 64
33 #define MAX_BLOCKLEN 128
34 
35 typedef void (*hmac_final)(void *ctx, uint8_t *dst);
36 typedef void (*hmac_update)(void *ctx, const uint8_t *src, size_t len);
37 typedef void (*hmac_init)(void *ctx);
38 
39 struct AVHMAC {
40  void *hash;
42  hmac_final final;
45  uint8_t key[MAX_BLOCKLEN];
46  int keylen;
47 };
48 
49 #define DEFINE_SHA(bits) \
50 static av_cold void sha ## bits ##_init(void *ctx) \
51 { \
52  av_sha_init(ctx, bits); \
53 }
54 
55 #define DEFINE_SHA512(bits) \
56 static av_cold void sha ## bits ##_init(void *ctx) \
57 { \
58  av_sha512_init(ctx, bits); \
59 }
60 
61 DEFINE_SHA(160)
62 DEFINE_SHA(224)
63 DEFINE_SHA(256)
64 DEFINE_SHA512(384)
65 DEFINE_SHA512(512)
66 
68 {
69  AVHMAC *c = av_mallocz(sizeof(*c));
70  if (!c)
71  return NULL;
72  switch (type) {
73  case AV_HMAC_MD5:
74  c->blocklen = 64;
75  c->hashlen = 16;
76  c->init = (hmac_init) av_md5_init;
77  c->update = (hmac_update) av_md5_update;
78  c->final = (hmac_final) av_md5_final;
79  c->hash = av_md5_alloc();
80  break;
81  case AV_HMAC_SHA1:
82  c->blocklen = 64;
83  c->hashlen = 20;
84  c->init = sha160_init;
85  c->update = (hmac_update) av_sha_update;
86  c->final = (hmac_final) av_sha_final;
87  c->hash = av_sha_alloc();
88  break;
89  case AV_HMAC_SHA224:
90  c->blocklen = 64;
91  c->hashlen = 28;
92  c->init = sha224_init;
93  c->update = (hmac_update) av_sha_update;
94  c->final = (hmac_final) av_sha_final;
95  c->hash = av_sha_alloc();
96  break;
97  case AV_HMAC_SHA256:
98  c->blocklen = 64;
99  c->hashlen = 32;
100  c->init = sha256_init;
101  c->update = (hmac_update) av_sha_update;
102  c->final = (hmac_final) av_sha_final;
103  c->hash = av_sha_alloc();
104  break;
105  case AV_HMAC_SHA384:
106  c->blocklen = 128;
107  c->hashlen = 48;
108  c->init = sha384_init;
109  c->update = (hmac_update) av_sha512_update;
110  c->final = (hmac_final) av_sha512_final;
111  c->hash = av_sha512_alloc();
112  break;
113  case AV_HMAC_SHA512:
114  c->blocklen = 128;
115  c->hashlen = 64;
116  c->init = sha512_init;
117  c->update = (hmac_update) av_sha512_update;
118  c->final = (hmac_final) av_sha512_final;
119  c->hash = av_sha512_alloc();
120  break;
121  default:
122  av_free(c);
123  return NULL;
124  }
125  if (!c->hash) {
126  av_free(c);
127  return NULL;
128  }
129  return c;
130 }
131 
133 {
134  if (!c)
135  return;
136  av_freep(&c->hash);
137  av_free(c);
138 }
139 
140 void av_hmac_init(AVHMAC *c, const uint8_t *key, unsigned int keylen)
141 {
142  int i;
143  uint8_t block[MAX_BLOCKLEN];
144  if (keylen > c->blocklen) {
145  c->init(c->hash);
146  c->update(c->hash, key, keylen);
147  c->final(c->hash, c->key);
148  c->keylen = c->hashlen;
149  } else {
150  memcpy(c->key, key, keylen);
151  c->keylen = keylen;
152  }
153  c->init(c->hash);
154  for (i = 0; i < c->keylen; i++)
155  block[i] = c->key[i] ^ 0x36;
156  for (i = c->keylen; i < c->blocklen; i++)
157  block[i] = 0x36;
158  c->update(c->hash, block, c->blocklen);
159 }
160 
161 void av_hmac_update(AVHMAC *c, const uint8_t *data, unsigned int len)
162 {
163  c->update(c->hash, data, len);
164 }
165 
166 int av_hmac_final(AVHMAC *c, uint8_t *out, unsigned int outlen)
167 {
168  uint8_t block[MAX_BLOCKLEN];
169  int i;
170  if (outlen < c->hashlen)
171  return AVERROR(EINVAL);
172  c->final(c->hash, out);
173  c->init(c->hash);
174  for (i = 0; i < c->keylen; i++)
175  block[i] = c->key[i] ^ 0x5C;
176  for (i = c->keylen; i < c->blocklen; i++)
177  block[i] = 0x5C;
178  c->update(c->hash, block, c->blocklen);
179  c->update(c->hash, out, c->hashlen);
180  c->final(c->hash, out);
181  return c->hashlen;
182 }
183 
184 int av_hmac_calc(AVHMAC *c, const uint8_t *data, unsigned int len,
185  const uint8_t *key, unsigned int keylen,
186  uint8_t *out, unsigned int outlen)
187 {
188  av_hmac_init(c, key, keylen);
190  return av_hmac_final(c, out, outlen);
191 }
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