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 36#ifndef _SECMODT_H_
 37#define _SECMODT_H_ 1
 38
 39#include "nssrwlkt.h"
 40#include "nssilckt.h"
 41#include "secoid.h"
 42#include "secasn1.h"
 43#include "pkcs11t.h"
 44
 45/* find a better home for these... */
 46extern const SEC_ASN1Template SECKEY_PointerToEncryptedPrivateKeyInfoTemplate[];
 47extern SEC_ASN1TemplateChooser NSS_Get_SECKEY_PointerToEncryptedPrivateKeyInfoTemplate;
 48extern const SEC_ASN1Template SECKEY_EncryptedPrivateKeyInfoTemplate[];
 49extern SEC_ASN1TemplateChooser NSS_Get_SECKEY_EncryptedPrivateKeyInfoTemplate;
 50extern const SEC_ASN1Template SECKEY_PrivateKeyInfoTemplate[];
 51extern SEC_ASN1TemplateChooser NSS_Get_SECKEY_PrivateKeyInfoTemplate;
 52extern const SEC_ASN1Template SECKEY_PointerToPrivateKeyInfoTemplate[];
 53extern SEC_ASN1TemplateChooser NSS_Get_SECKEY_PointerToPrivateKeyInfoTemplate;
 54
 55/* PKCS11 needs to be included */
 56typedef struct SECMODModuleStr SECMODModule;
 57typedef struct SECMODModuleListStr SECMODModuleList;
 58typedef NSSRWLock SECMODListLock;
 59typedef struct PK11SlotInfoStr PK11SlotInfo; /* defined in secmodti.h */
 60typedef struct PK11PreSlotInfoStr PK11PreSlotInfo; /* defined in secmodti.h */
 61typedef struct PK11SymKeyStr PK11SymKey; /* defined in secmodti.h */
 62typedef struct PK11ContextStr PK11Context; /* defined in secmodti.h */
 63typedef struct PK11SlotListStr PK11SlotList;
 64typedef struct PK11SlotListElementStr PK11SlotListElement;
 65typedef struct PK11RSAGenParamsStr PK11RSAGenParams;
 66typedef unsigned long SECMODModuleID;
 67typedef struct PK11DefaultArrayEntryStr PK11DefaultArrayEntry;
 68typedef struct PK11GenericObjectStr PK11GenericObject;
 69typedef void (*PK11FreeDataFunc)(void *);
 70
 71struct SECMODModuleStr {
 72    PRArenaPool	*arena;
 73    PRBool	internal;	/* true of internally linked modules, false
 74				 * for the loaded modules */
 75    PRBool	loaded;		/* Set to true if module has been loaded */
 76    PRBool	isFIPS;		/* Set to true if module is finst internal */
 77    char	*dllName;	/* name of the shared library which implements
 78				 * this module */
 79    char	*commonName;	/* name of the module to display to the user */
 80    void	*library;	/* pointer to the library. opaque. used only by
 81				 * pk11load.c */
 82    void	*functionList; /* The PKCS #11 function table */
 83    PZLock	*refLock;	/* only used pk11db.c */
 84    int		refCount;	/* Module reference count */
 85    PK11SlotInfo **slots;	/* array of slot points attached to this mod*/
 86    int		slotCount;	/* count of slot in above array */
 87    PK11PreSlotInfo *slotInfo;	/* special info about slots default settings */
 88    int		slotInfoCount;  /* count */
 89    SECMODModuleID moduleID;	/* ID so we can find this module again */
 90    PRBool	isThreadSafe;
 91    unsigned long ssl[2];	/* SSL cipher enable flags */
 92    char	*libraryParams;  /* Module specific parameters */
 93    void *moduleDBFunc; /* function to return module configuration data*/
 94    SECMODModule *parent;	/* module that loaded us */
 95    PRBool	isCritical;	/* This module must load successfully */
 96    PRBool	isModuleDB;	/* this module has lists of PKCS #11 modules */
 97    PRBool	moduleDBOnly;	/* this module only has lists of PKCS #11 modules */
 98    int		trustOrder;	/* order for this module's certificate trust rollup */
 99    int		cipherOrder;	/* order for cipher operations */
100    unsigned long evControlMask; /* control the running and shutdown of slot
101				  * events (SECMOD_WaitForAnyTokenEvent) */
102    CK_VERSION  cryptokiVersion; /* version of this library */
103};
104
105/* evControlMask flags */
106/*
107 * These bits tell the current state of a SECMOD_WaitForAnyTokenEvent.
108 *
109 * SECMOD_WAIT_PKCS11_EVENT - we're waiting in the PKCS #11 module in
110 *  C_WaitForSlotEvent().
111 * SECMOD_WAIT_SIMULATED_EVENT - we're waiting in the NSS simulation code
112 *  which polls for token insertion and removal events.
113 * SECMOD_END_WAIT - SECMOD_CancelWait has been called while the module is
114 *  waiting in SECMOD_WaitForAnyTokenEvent. SECMOD_WaitForAnyTokenEvent
115 *  should return immediately to it's caller.
116 */ 
117#define SECMOD_END_WAIT 	    0x01
118#define SECMOD_WAIT_SIMULATED_EVENT 0x02 
119#define SECMOD_WAIT_PKCS11_EVENT    0x04
120
121struct SECMODModuleListStr {
122    SECMODModuleList	*next;
123    SECMODModule	*module;
124};
125
126struct PK11SlotListStr {
127    PK11SlotListElement *head;
128    PK11SlotListElement *tail;
129    PZLock *lock;
130};
131
132struct PK11SlotListElementStr {
133    PK11SlotListElement *next;
134    PK11SlotListElement *prev;
135    PK11SlotInfo *slot;
136    int refCount;
137};
138
139struct PK11RSAGenParamsStr {
140    int keySizeInBits;
141    unsigned long pe;
142};
143
144typedef enum {
145     PK11CertListUnique = 0,     /* get one instance of all certs */
146     PK11CertListUser = 1,       /* get all instances of user certs */
147     PK11CertListRootUnique = 2, /* get one instance of CA certs without a private key.
148                                  * deprecated. Use PK11CertListCAUnique
149                                  */
150     PK11CertListCA = 3,         /* get all instances of CA certs */
151     PK11CertListCAUnique = 4,   /* get one instance of CA certs */
152     PK11CertListUserUnique = 5, /* get one instance of user certs */
153     PK11CertListAll = 6         /* get all instances of all certs */
154} PK11CertListType;
155
156/*
157 * Entry into the Array which lists all the legal bits for the default flags
158 * in the slot, their definition, and the PKCS #11 mechanism the represent
159 * Always Statically allocated. 
160 */
161struct PK11DefaultArrayEntryStr {
162    char *name;
163    unsigned long flag;
164    unsigned long mechanism; /* this is a long so we don't include the 
165			      * whole pkcs 11 world to use this header */
166};
167
168
169#define SECMOD_RSA_FLAG 	0x00000001L
170#define SECMOD_DSA_FLAG 	0x00000002L
171#define SECMOD_RC2_FLAG 	0x00000004L
172#define SECMOD_RC4_FLAG 	0x00000008L
173#define SECMOD_DES_FLAG 	0x00000010L
174#define SECMOD_DH_FLAG	 	0x00000020L
175#define SECMOD_FORTEZZA_FLAG	0x00000040L
176#define SECMOD_RC5_FLAG		0x00000080L
177#define SECMOD_SHA1_FLAG	0x00000100L
178#define SECMOD_MD5_FLAG		0x00000200L
179#define SECMOD_MD2_FLAG		0x00000400L
180#define SECMOD_SSL_FLAG		0x00000800L
181#define SECMOD_TLS_FLAG		0x00001000L
182#define SECMOD_AES_FLAG 	0x00002000L
183#define SECMOD_SHA256_FLAG	0x00004000L
184#define SECMOD_SHA512_FLAG	0x00008000L	/* also for SHA384 */
185#define SECMOD_CAMELLIA_FLAG 	0x00010000L /* = PUBLIC_MECH_CAMELLIA_FLAG */
186/* reserved bit for future, do not use */
187#define SECMOD_RESERVED_FLAG    0X08000000L
188#define SECMOD_FRIENDLY_FLAG	0x10000000L
189#define SECMOD_RANDOM_FLAG	0x80000000L
190
191/* need to make SECMOD and PK11 prefixes consistant. */
192#define PK11_OWN_PW_DEFAULTS 0x20000000L
193#define PK11_DISABLE_FLAG    0x40000000L
194
195/*
196 * PK11AttrFlags
197 *
198 * A 32-bit bitmask of PK11_ATTR_XXX flags
199 */
200typedef PRUint32 PK11AttrFlags;
201
202/*
203 * PK11_ATTR_XXX
204 *
205 * The following PK11_ATTR_XXX bitflags are used to specify
206 * PKCS #11 object attributes that have Boolean values.  Some NSS
207 * functions have a "PK11AttrFlags attrFlags" parameter whose value
208 * is the logical OR of these bitflags.  NSS use these bitflags on
209 * private keys or secret keys.  Some of these bitflags also apply
210 * to the public keys associated with the private keys.
211 *
212 * For each PKCS #11 object attribute, we need two bitflags to
213 * specify not only "true" and "false" but also "default".  For
214 * example, PK11_ATTR_PRIVATE and PK11_ATTR_PUBLIC control the
215 * CKA_PRIVATE attribute.  If PK11_ATTR_PRIVATE is set, we add
216 *     { CKA_PRIVATE, &cktrue, sizeof(CK_BBOOL) }
217 * to the template.  If PK11_ATTR_PUBLIC is set, we add
218 *     { CKA_PRIVATE, &ckfalse, sizeof(CK_BBOOL) }
219 * to the template.  If neither flag is set, we don't add any
220 * CKA_PRIVATE entry to the template.
221 */
222
223/*
224 * Attributes for PKCS #11 storage objects, which include not only
225 * keys but also certificates and domain parameters.
226 */
227
228/*
229 * PK11_ATTR_TOKEN
230 * PK11_ATTR_SESSION
231 *
232 * These two flags determine whether the object is a token or
233 * session object.
234 *
235 * These two flags are related and cannot both be set.
236 * If the PK11_ATTR_TOKEN flag is set, the object is a token
237 * object.  If the PK11_ATTR_SESSION flag is set, the object is
238 * a session object.  If neither flag is set, the object is *by
239 * default* a session object.
240 *
241 * These two flags specify the value of the PKCS #11 CKA_TOKEN
242 * attribute.
243 */
244#define PK11_ATTR_TOKEN         0x00000001L
245#define PK11_ATTR_SESSION       0x00000002L
246
247/*
248 * PK11_ATTR_PRIVATE
249 * PK11_ATTR_PUBLIC
250 *
251 * These two flags determine whether the object is a private or
252 * public object.  A user may not access a private object until the
253 * user has authenticated to the token.
254 *
255 * These two flags are related and cannot both be set.
256 * If the PK11_ATTR_PRIVATE flag is set, the object is a private
257 * object.  If the PK11_ATTR_PUBLIC flag is set, the object is a
258 * public object.  If neither flag is set, it is token-specific
259 * whether the object is private or public.
260 *
261 * These two flags specify the value of the PKCS #11 CKA_PRIVATE
262 * attribute.  NSS only uses this attribute on private and secret
263 * keys, so public keys created by NSS get the token-specific
264 * default value of the CKA_PRIVATE attribute.
265 */
266#define PK11_ATTR_PRIVATE       0x00000004L
267#define PK11_ATTR_PUBLIC        0x00000008L
268
269/*
270 * PK11_ATTR_MODIFIABLE
271 * PK11_ATTR_UNMODIFIABLE
272 *
273 * These two flags determine whether the object is modifiable or
274 * read-only.
275 *
276 * These two flags are related and cannot both be set.
277 * If the PK11_ATTR_MODIFIABLE flag is set, the object can be
278 * modified.  If the PK11_ATTR_UNMODIFIABLE flag is set, the object
279 * is read-only.  If neither flag is set, the object is *by default*
280 * modifiable.
281 *
282 * These two flags specify the value of the PKCS #11 CKA_MODIFIABLE
283 * attribute.
284 */
285#define PK11_ATTR_MODIFIABLE    0x00000010L
286#define PK11_ATTR_UNMODIFIABLE  0x00000020L
287
288/* Attributes for PKCS #11 key objects. */
289
290/*
291 * PK11_ATTR_SENSITIVE
292 * PK11_ATTR_INSENSITIVE
293 *
294 * These two flags are related and cannot both be set.
295 * If the PK11_ATTR_SENSITIVE flag is set, the key is sensitive.
296 * If the PK11_ATTR_INSENSITIVE flag is set, the key is not
297 * sensitive.  If neither flag is set, it is token-specific whether
298 * the key is sensitive or not.
299 *
300 * If a key is sensitive, certain attributes of the key cannot be
301 * revealed in plaintext outside the token.
302 *
303 * This flag specifies the value of the PKCS #11 CKA_SENSITIVE
304 * attribute.  Although the default value of the CKA_SENSITIVE
305 * attribute for secret keys is CK_FALSE per PKCS #11, some FIPS
306 * tokens set the default value to CK_TRUE because only CK_TRUE
307 * is allowed.  So in practice the default value of this attribute
308 * is token-specific, hence the need for two bitflags.
309 */
310#define PK11_ATTR_SENSITIVE     0x00000040L
311#define PK11_ATTR_INSENSITIVE   0x00000080L
312
313/*
314 * PK11_ATTR_EXTRACTABLE
315 * PK11_ATTR_UNEXTRACTABLE
316 *
317 * These two flags are related and cannot both be set.
318 * If the PK11_ATTR_EXTRACTABLE flag is set, the key is extractable
319 * and can be wrapped.  If the PK11_ATTR_UNEXTRACTABLE flag is set,
320 * the key is not extractable, and certain attributes of the key
321 * cannot be revealed in plaintext outside the token (just like a
322 * sensitive key).  If neither flag is set, it is token-specific
323 * whether the key is extractable or not.
324 *
325 * These two flags specify the value of the PKCS #11 CKA_EXTRACTABLE
326 * attribute.
327 */
328#define PK11_ATTR_EXTRACTABLE   0x00000100L
329#define PK11_ATTR_UNEXTRACTABLE 0x00000200L
330
331/* Cryptographic module types */
332#define SECMOD_EXTERNAL	0	/* external module */
333#define SECMOD_INTERNAL 1	/* internal default module */
334#define SECMOD_FIPS	2	/* internal fips module */
335
336/* default module configuration strings */
337#define SECMOD_SLOT_FLAGS "slotFlags=[RSA,DSA,DH,RC2,RC4,DES,RANDOM,SHA1,MD5,MD2,SSL,TLS,AES,Camellia,SHA256,SHA512]"
338
339#define SECMOD_MAKE_NSS_FLAGS(fips,slot) \
340"Flags=internal,critical"fips" slotparams=("#slot"={"SECMOD_SLOT_FLAGS"})"
341
342#define SECMOD_INT_NAME "NSS Internal PKCS #11 Module"
343#define SECMOD_INT_FLAGS SECMOD_MAKE_NSS_FLAGS("",1)
344#define SECMOD_FIPS_NAME "NSS Internal FIPS PKCS #11 Module"
345#define SECMOD_FIPS_FLAGS SECMOD_MAKE_NSS_FLAGS(",fips",3)
346
347/*
348 * What is the origin of a given Key. Normally this doesn't matter, but
349 * the fortezza code needs to know if it needs to invoke the SSL3 fortezza
350 * hack.
351 */
352typedef enum {
353    PK11_OriginNULL = 0,	/* There is not key, it's a null SymKey */
354    PK11_OriginDerive = 1,	/* Key was derived from some other key */
355    PK11_OriginGenerated = 2,	/* Key was generated (also PBE keys) */
356    PK11_OriginFortezzaHack = 3,/* Key was marked for fortezza hack */
357    PK11_OriginUnwrap = 4	/* Key was unwrapped or decrypted */
358} PK11Origin;
359
360/* PKCS #11 disable reasons */
361typedef enum {
362    PK11_DIS_NONE = 0,
363    PK11_DIS_USER_SELECTED = 1,
364    PK11_DIS_COULD_NOT_INIT_TOKEN = 2,
365    PK11_DIS_TOKEN_VERIFY_FAILED = 3,
366    PK11_DIS_TOKEN_NOT_PRESENT = 4
367} PK11DisableReasons;
368
369/* types of PKCS #11 objects 
370 * used to identify which NSS data structure is 
371 * passed to the PK11_Raw* functions. Types map as follows:
372 *   PK11_TypeGeneric            PK11GenericObject *
373 *   PK11_TypePrivKey            SECKEYPrivateKey *
374 *   PK11_TypePubKey             SECKEYPublicKey *
375 *   PK11_TypeSymKey             PK11SymKey *
376 *   PK11_TypeCert               CERTCertificate * (currently not used).
377 */
378typedef enum {
379   PK11_TypeGeneric = 0,
380   PK11_TypePrivKey = 1,
381   PK11_TypePubKey = 2,
382   PK11_TypeCert = 3,
383   PK11_TypeSymKey = 4
384} PK11ObjectType;
385
386
387
388/* function pointer type for password callback function.
389 * This type is passed in to PK11_SetPasswordFunc() 
390 */
391typedef char *(PR_CALLBACK *PK11PasswordFunc)(PK11SlotInfo *slot, PRBool retry, void *arg);
392typedef PRBool (PR_CALLBACK *PK11VerifyPasswordFunc)(PK11SlotInfo *slot, void *arg);
393typedef PRBool (PR_CALLBACK *PK11IsLoggedInFunc)(PK11SlotInfo *slot, void *arg);
394
395/*
396 * Special strings the password callback function can return only if
397 * the slot is an protected auth path slot.
398 */ 
399#define PK11_PW_RETRY		"RETRY"	/* an failed attempt to authenticate
400					 * has already been made, just retry
401					 * the operation */
402#define PK11_PW_AUTHENTICATED	"AUTH"  /* a successful attempt to authenticate
403					 * has completed. Continue without
404					 * another call to C_Login */
405/* All other non-null values mean that that NSS could call C_Login to force
406 * the authentication. The following define is to aid applications in 
407 * documenting that is what it's trying to do */
408#define PK11_PW_TRY		"TRY"   /* Default: a prompt has been presented
409					 * to the user, initiate a C_Login
410					 * to authenticate the token */
411
412/*
413 * PKCS #11 key structures
414 */
415
416/*
417** Attributes
418*/
419struct SECKEYAttributeStr {
420    SECItem attrType;
421    SECItem **attrValue;
422};
423typedef struct SECKEYAttributeStr SECKEYAttribute;
424
425/*
426** A PKCS#8 private key info object
427*/
428struct SECKEYPrivateKeyInfoStr {
429    PLArenaPool *arena;
430    SECItem version;
431    SECAlgorithmID algorithm;
432    SECItem privateKey;
433    SECKEYAttribute **attributes;
434};
435typedef struct SECKEYPrivateKeyInfoStr SECKEYPrivateKeyInfo;
436
437/*
438** A PKCS#8 private key info object
439*/
440struct SECKEYEncryptedPrivateKeyInfoStr {
441    PLArenaPool *arena;
442    SECAlgorithmID algorithm;
443    SECItem encryptedData;
444};
445typedef struct SECKEYEncryptedPrivateKeyInfoStr SECKEYEncryptedPrivateKeyInfo;
446
447/*
448 * token removal detection
449 */
450typedef enum {
451   PK11TokenNotRemovable = 0,
452   PK11TokenPresent = 1,
453   PK11TokenChanged = 2,
454   PK11TokenRemoved = 3
455} PK11TokenStatus;
456
457typedef enum {
458   PK11TokenRemovedOrChangedEvent = 0,
459   PK11TokenPresentEvent = 1
460} PK11TokenEvent;
461
462/*
463 * CRL Import Flags
464 */
465#define CRL_IMPORT_DEFAULT_OPTIONS 0x00000000
466#define CRL_IMPORT_BYPASS_CHECKS   0x00000001
467
468
469/*
470 * Merge Error Log
471 */
472typedef struct PK11MergeLogStr PK11MergeLog;
473typedef struct PK11MergeLogNodeStr PK11MergeLogNode;
474
475/* These need to be global, leave some open fields so we can 'expand'
476 * these without breaking binary compatibility */
477struct PK11MergeLogNodeStr {
478    PK11MergeLogNode *next;   /* next entry in the list */
479    PK11MergeLogNode *prev;   /* last entry in the list */
480    PK11GenericObject *object; /* object that failed */
481    int	error;		       /* what the error was */
482    CK_RV reserved1;
483    unsigned long reserved2; /* future flags */
484    unsigned long reserved3; /* future scalar */
485    void *reserved4; 	      /* future pointer */
486    void *reserved5;	      /* future expansion pointer */
487};
488
489struct PK11MergeLogStr {
490    PK11MergeLogNode *head;
491    PK11MergeLogNode *tail;
492    PRArenaPool *arena;
493    int version;
494    unsigned long reserved1;
495    unsigned long reserved2;
496    unsigned long reserved3;
497    void *reserverd4;
498    void *reserverd5;
499};
500    
501
502#endif /*_SECMODT_H_ */