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// Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <string>
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
#include "starboard/types.h"
namespace net {
// SSLCipherSuiteToStrings returns three strings for a given cipher suite
// number, the name of the key exchange algorithm, the name of the cipher and
// the name of the MAC. The cipher suite number is the number as sent on the
// wire and recorded at
// If the cipher suite is unknown, the strings are set to "???".
// In the case of an AEAD cipher suite, *mac_str is nullptr and *is_aead is
// true.
// In the case of a TLS 1.3 AEAD-only cipher suite, *key_exchange_str is nullptr
// and *is_tls13 is true.
NET_EXPORT void SSLCipherSuiteToStrings(const char** key_exchange_str,
const char** cipher_str,
const char** mac_str,
bool* is_aead,
bool* is_tls13,
uint16_t cipher_suite);
// SSLVersionToString returns the name of the SSL protocol version
// specified by |ssl_version|, which is defined in
// net/ssl/ssl_connection_status_flags.h.
// If the version is unknown, |name| is set to "???".
NET_EXPORT void SSLVersionToString(const char** name, int ssl_version);
// Parses a string literal that represents a SSL/TLS cipher suite.
// Supported literal forms:
// 0xAABB, where AA is cipher_suite[0] and BB is cipher_suite[1], as
// defined in RFC 2246, Section Unrecognized but parsable cipher
// suites in this form will not return an error.
// Returns true if the cipher suite was successfully parsed, storing the
// result in |cipher_suite|.
// TODO(rsleevi): Support the full strings defined in the IANA TLS parameters
// list.
NET_EXPORT bool ParseSSLCipherString(const std::string& cipher_string,
uint16_t* cipher_suite);
// Mask definitions for an integer that holds obsolete SSL setting details.
enum ObsoleteSSLMask {
// Takes the given |connection_status| and returns a bitmask indicating which of
// the protocol, key exchange, and cipher suite do not meet modern best-practice
// security standards (when backwards compatibility can be ignored) - that is,
// which ones are "obsolete".
// Currently, this function uses the following criteria to determine what is
// obsolete:
// - Protocol: less than TLS 1.2
// - Key exchange: Does not use ECDHE-based key exchanges authenticated by a
// certificate
// - Cipher: not an AEAD cipher
NET_EXPORT int ObsoleteSSLStatus(int connection_status);
// Returns true if |cipher_suite| is suitable for use with HTTP/2. See
NET_EXPORT bool IsTLSCipherSuiteAllowedByHTTP2(uint16_t cipher_suite);
} // namespace net