pike.git / lib / modules / SSL.pmod / https.pike

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pike.git/lib/modules/SSL.pmod/https.pike:190: Inside #if defined(HTTPS_CLIENT)
  {   #ifdef HTTPS_CLIENT    Stdio.File con = Stdio.File();    if (!con->connect("127.0.0.1", PORT)) {    werror("Failed to connect to server: %s\n", strerror(con->errno()));    return 17;    }    client(con);    return -17;   #else +  Crypto.Sign key; +    #ifdef ECDSA_MODE   #if constant(Crypto.ECC.Curve) -  ecdsa = Crypto.ECC.SECP_521R1.ECDSA()-> +  key = Crypto.ECC.SECP_521R1.ECDSA()->    set_random(Crypto.Random.random_string)->generate_key();    my_certificate = -  Standards.X509.make_selfsigned_certificate(ecdsa, 3600*4, ([ +  Standards.X509.make_selfsigned_certificate(key, 3600*4, ([    "organizationName" : "Test",    "commonName" : "*",    ]));    ecdsa_mode();   #else   #error ECDSA not supported by this Pike.    exit(1);   #endif   #else    SSL3_DEBUG_MSG("Cert: '%s'\n", String.string2hex(my_certificate));
pike.git/lib/modules/SSL.pmod/https.pike:224: Inside #if 0
   object q = key[5][1];       werror("n = %s\np = %s\nq = %s\npq = %s\n",    n->digits(), p->digits(), q->digits(), (p*q)->digits());       rsa = Crypto.RSA();    rsa->set_public_key(n, e);    rsa->set_private_key(d);   #else /* !0 */    // FIXME: Is this correct? -  rsa = Standards.PKCS.RSA.parse_private_key(my_key); +  key = Standards.PKCS.RSA.parse_private_key(my_key);   #endif /* 0 */    // Make sure all cipher suites are available.    rsa_mode();   #endif    SSL3_DEBUG_MSG("Cipher suites:\n%s", fmt_cipher_suites(preferred_suites)); -  certificates = ({ my_certificate }); +  add_cert(key, ({ my_certificate }));    random = no_random()->read;    werror("Starting\n");    if (!bind(PORT, my_accept_callback))    {    perror("");    return 17;    }    else {    werror("Listening on port %d.\n", PORT);    return -17;    }   #endif   }