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/* Copyright 2000-2005 The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as * applicable. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ /** * @file apr_ldap_option.h * @brief APR-UTIL LDAP ldap_*_option() functions */ #ifndef APR_LDAP_OPTION_H #define APR_LDAP_OPTION_H /** * @defgroup APR_Util_LDAP LDAP * @ingroup APR_Util * @{ */ #include "apr_ldap.h" #if APR_HAS_LDAP #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif /* __cplusplus */ /* * The following defines handle the different TLS certificate * options available. If these options are missing, APR will try and * emulate support for this using the deprecated ldap_start_tls_s() * function. */ /** * Set SSL mode to one of APR_LDAP_NONE, APR_LDAP_SSL, APR_LDAP_STARTTLS * or APR_LDAP_STOPTLS. */ #define APR_LDAP_OPT_TLS 0x6fff /** * Set zero or more CA certificates, client certificates or private * keys globally, or per connection (where supported). */ #define APR_LDAP_OPT_TLS_CERT 0x6ffe /** * Set the LDAP library to no verify the server certificate. This means * all servers are considered trusted. */ #define APR_LDAP_OPT_VERIFY_CERT 0x6ffd /** * Structures for the apr_set_option() cases */ /** * APR_LDAP_OPT_TLS_CERT * * This structure includes possible options to set certificates on * system initialisation. Different SDKs have different certificate * requirements, and to achieve this multiple certificates must be * specified at once passed as an (apr_array_header_t *). * * Netscape: * Needs the CA cert database (cert7.db), the client cert database (key3.db) * and the security module file (secmod.db) set at the system initialisation * time. Three types are supported: APR_LDAP_CERT7_DB, APR_LDAP_KEY3_DB and * APR_LDAP_SECMOD. * * To specify a client cert connection, a certificate nickname needs to be * provided with a type of APR_LDAP_CERT. * int ldapssl_enable_clientauth( LDAP *ld, char *keynickname, * char *keypasswd, char *certnickname ); * keynickname is currently not used, and should be set to "" * * Novell: * Needs CA certificates and client certificates set at system initialisation * time. Three types are supported: APR_LDAP_CA*, APR_LDAP_CERT* and * APR_LDAP_KEY*. * * Certificates cannot be specified per connection. * * The functions used are: * ldapssl_add_trusted_cert(serverTrustedRoot, serverTrustedRootEncoding); * Clients certs and keys are set at system initialisation time with * int ldapssl_set_client_cert ( * void *cert, * int type * void *password); * type can be LDAPSSL_CERT_FILETYPE_B64 or LDAPSSL_CERT_FILETYPE_DER * ldapssl_set_client_private_key(clientPrivateKey, * clientPrivateKeyEncoding, * clientPrivateKeyPassword); * * OpenSSL: * Needs one or more CA certificates to be set at system initialisation time * with a type of APR_LDAP_CA*. * * May have one or more client certificates set per connection with a type of * APR_LDAP_CERT*, and keys with APR_LDAP_KEY*. */ /** CA certificate type unknown */ #define APR_LDAP_CA_TYPE_UNKNOWN 0 /** binary DER encoded CA certificate */ #define APR_LDAP_CA_TYPE_DER 1 /** PEM encoded CA certificate */ #define APR_LDAP_CA_TYPE_BASE64 2 /** Netscape/Mozilla cert7.db CA certificate database */ #define APR_LDAP_CA_TYPE_CERT7_DB 3 /** Netscape/Mozilla secmod file */ #define APR_LDAP_CA_TYPE_SECMOD 4 /** Client certificate type unknown */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_UNKNOWN 5 /** binary DER encoded client certificate */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_DER 6 /** PEM encoded client certificate */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_BASE64 7 /** Netscape/Mozilla key3.db client certificate database */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_KEY3_DB 8 /** Netscape/Mozilla client certificate nickname */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_NICKNAME 9 /** Private key type unknown */ #define APR_LDAP_KEY_TYPE_UNKNOWN 10 /** binary DER encoded private key */ #define APR_LDAP_KEY_TYPE_DER 11 /** PEM encoded private key */ #define APR_LDAP_KEY_TYPE_BASE64 12 /** PKCS#12 encoded client certificate */ #define APR_LDAP_CERT_TYPE_PFX 13 /** PKCS#12 encoded private key */ #define APR_LDAP_KEY_TYPE_PFX 14 /** * Certificate structure. * * This structure is used to store certificate details. An array of * these structures is passed to apr_ldap_set_option() to set CA * and client certificates. * @param type Type of certificate APR_LDAP_*_TYPE_* * @param path Path, file or nickname of the certificate * @param password Optional password, can be NULL */ typedef struct apr_ldap_opt_tls_cert_t apr_ldap_opt_tls_cert_t; struct apr_ldap_opt_tls_cert_t { int type; const char *path; const char *password; }; /** * APR_LDAP_OPT_TLS * * This sets the SSL level on the LDAP handle. * * Netscape/Mozilla: * Supports SSL, but not STARTTLS * SSL is enabled by calling ldapssl_install_routines(). * * Novell: * Supports SSL and STARTTLS. * SSL is enabled by calling ldapssl_install_routines(). Note that calling * other ldap functions before ldapssl_install_routines() may cause this * function to fail. * STARTTLS is enabled by calling ldapssl_start_tls_s() after calling * ldapssl_install_routines() (check this). * * OpenLDAP: * Supports SSL and supports STARTTLS, but none of this is documented: * http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-software/200409/msg00618.html * Documentation for both SSL support and STARTTLS has been deleted from * the OpenLDAP documentation and website. */ /** No encryption */ #define APR_LDAP_NONE 0 /** SSL encryption (ldaps://) */ #define APR_LDAP_SSL 1 /** TLS encryption (STARTTLS) */ #define APR_LDAP_STARTTLS 2 /** end TLS encryption (STOPTLS) */ #define APR_LDAP_STOPTLS 3 /** * APR LDAP get option function * * This function gets option values from a given LDAP session if * one was specified. It maps to the native ldap_get_option() function. * @param pool The pool to use * @param ldap The LDAP handle * @param option The LDAP_OPT_* option to return * @param outvalue The value returned (if any) * @param result_err The apr_ldap_err_t structure contained detailed results * of the operation. */ APU_DECLARE(int) apr_ldap_get_option(apr_pool_t *pool, LDAP *ldap, int option, void *outvalue, apr_ldap_err_t **result_err); /** * APR LDAP set option function * * This function sets option values to a given LDAP session if * one was specified. It maps to the native ldap_set_option() function. * * Where an option is not supported by an LDAP toolkit, this function * will try and apply legacy functions to achieve the same effect, * depending on the platform. * @param pool The pool to use * @param ldap The LDAP handle * @param option The LDAP_OPT_* option to set * @param invalue The value to set * @param result_err The apr_ldap_err_t structure contained detailed results * of the operation. */ APU_DECLARE(int) apr_ldap_set_option(apr_pool_t *pool, LDAP *ldap, int option, const void *invalue, apr_ldap_err_t **result_err); #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif /* APR_HAS_LDAP */ /** @} */ #endif /* APR_LDAP_OPTION_H */