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* Copyright 2004 The WebRTC Project Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "rtc_base/async_socket.h"
#include "rtc_base/ssl_certificate.h"
#include "rtc_base/ssl_identity.h"
#include "rtc_base/ssl_stream_adapter.h"
#include "rtc_base/system/rtc_export.h"
namespace rtc {
class SSLAdapter;
// Class for creating SSL adapters with shared state, e.g., a session cache,
// which allows clients to resume SSL sessions to previously-contacted hosts.
// Clients should create the factory using Create(), set up the factory as
// needed using SetMode, and then call CreateAdapter to create adapters when
// needed.
class SSLAdapterFactory {
virtual ~SSLAdapterFactory() {}
// Specifies whether TLS or DTLS is to be used for the SSL adapters.
virtual void SetMode(SSLMode mode) = 0;
// Specify a custom certificate verifier for SSL.
virtual void SetCertVerifier(SSLCertificateVerifier* ssl_cert_verifier) = 0;
// Creates a new SSL adapter, but from a shared context.
virtual SSLAdapter* CreateAdapter(Socket* socket) = 0;
static SSLAdapterFactory* Create();
// Class that abstracts a client-to-server SSL session. It can be created
// standalone, via SSLAdapter::Create, or through a factory as described above,
// in which case it will share state with other SSLAdapters created from the
// same factory.
// After creation, call StartSSL to initiate the SSL handshake to the server.
class SSLAdapter : public AsyncSocketAdapter {
explicit SSLAdapter(Socket* socket) : AsyncSocketAdapter(socket) {}
// Methods that control server certificate verification, used in unit tests.
// Do not call these methods in production code.
// TODO(juberti): Remove the opportunistic encryption mechanism in
// BasicPacketSocketFactory that uses this function.
virtual void SetIgnoreBadCert(bool ignore) = 0;
virtual void SetAlpnProtocols(const std::vector<std::string>& protos) = 0;
virtual void SetEllipticCurves(const std::vector<std::string>& curves) = 0;
// Do DTLS or TLS (default is TLS, if unspecified)
virtual void SetMode(SSLMode mode) = 0;
// Specify a custom certificate verifier for SSL.
virtual void SetCertVerifier(SSLCertificateVerifier* ssl_cert_verifier) = 0;
// Set the certificate this socket will present to incoming clients.
// Takes ownership of `identity`.
virtual void SetIdentity(std::unique_ptr<SSLIdentity> identity) = 0;
// Choose whether the socket acts as a server socket or client socket.
virtual void SetRole(SSLRole role) = 0;
// StartSSL returns 0 if successful.
// If StartSSL is called while the socket is closed or connecting, the SSL
// negotiation will begin as soon as the socket connects.
virtual int StartSSL(const char* hostname) = 0;
// When an SSLAdapterFactory is used, an SSLAdapter may be used to resume
// a previous SSL session, which results in an abbreviated handshake.
// This method, if called after SSL has been established for this adapter,
// indicates whether the current session is a resumption of a previous
// session.
virtual bool IsResumedSession() = 0;
// Create the default SSL adapter for this platform. On failure, returns null
// and deletes `socket`. Otherwise, the returned SSLAdapter takes ownership
// of `socket`.
static SSLAdapter* Create(Socket* socket);
// Call this on the main thread, before using SSL.
// Call CleanupSSL when finished with SSL.
RTC_EXPORT bool InitializeSSL();
// Call to cleanup additional threads, and also the main thread.
RTC_EXPORT bool CleanupSSL();
} // namespace rtc