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* Copyright 2018 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.
// Generic interface for SSL Certificates, used in both the SSLAdapter
// for TLS TURN connections and the SSLStreamAdapter for DTLS Peer to Peer
// Connections for SRTP Key negotiation and SCTP encryption.
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "rtc_base/buffer.h"
#include "rtc_base/constructor_magic.h"
#include "rtc_base/system/rtc_export.h"
namespace rtc {
struct RTC_EXPORT SSLCertificateStats {
SSLCertificateStats(std::string&& fingerprint,
std::string&& fingerprint_algorithm,
std::string&& base64_certificate,
std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificateStats> issuer);
std::string fingerprint;
std::string fingerprint_algorithm;
std::string base64_certificate;
std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificateStats> issuer;
// Abstract interface overridden by SSL library specific
// implementations.
// A somewhat opaque type used to encapsulate a certificate.
// Wraps the SSL library's notion of a certificate, with reference counting.
// The SSLCertificate object is pretty much immutable once created.
// (The OpenSSL implementation only does reference counting and
// possibly caching of intermediate results.)
class RTC_EXPORT SSLCertificate {
// Parses and builds a certificate from a PEM encoded string.
// Returns null on failure.
// The length of the string representation of the certificate is
// stored in *pem_length if it is non-null, and only if
// parsing was successful.
static std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificate> FromPEMString(
const std::string& pem_string);
virtual ~SSLCertificate() = default;
// Returns a new SSLCertificate object instance wrapping the same
// underlying certificate, including its chain if present.
virtual std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificate> Clone() const = 0;
// Returns a PEM encoded string representation of the certificate.
virtual std::string ToPEMString() const = 0;
// Provides a DER encoded binary representation of the certificate.
virtual void ToDER(Buffer* der_buffer) const = 0;
// Gets the name of the digest algorithm that was used to compute this
// certificate's signature.
virtual bool GetSignatureDigestAlgorithm(std::string* algorithm) const = 0;
// Compute the digest of the certificate given algorithm
virtual bool ComputeDigest(const std::string& algorithm,
unsigned char* digest,
size_t size,
size_t* length) const = 0;
// Returns the time in seconds relative to epoch, 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z (UTC),
// or -1 if an expiration time could not be retrieved.
virtual int64_t CertificateExpirationTime() const = 0;
// Gets information (fingerprint, etc.) about this certificate. This is used
// for certificate stats, see
std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificateStats> GetStats() const;
// SSLCertChain is a simple wrapper for a vector of SSLCertificates. It serves
// primarily to ensure proper memory management (especially deletion) of the
// SSLCertificate pointers.
class RTC_EXPORT SSLCertChain final {
explicit SSLCertChain(std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificate> single_cert);
explicit SSLCertChain(std::vector<std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificate>> certs);
// Allow move semantics for the object.
SSLCertChain& operator=(SSLCertChain&&);
// Vector access methods.
size_t GetSize() const { return certs_.size(); }
// Returns a temporary reference, only valid until the chain is destroyed.
const SSLCertificate& Get(size_t pos) const { return *(certs_[pos]); }
// Returns a new SSLCertChain object instance wrapping the same underlying
// certificate chain.
std::unique_ptr<SSLCertChain> Clone() const;
// Gets information (fingerprint, etc.) about this certificate chain. This is
// used for certificate stats, see
std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificateStats> GetStats() const;
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<SSLCertificate>> certs_;
// SSLCertificateVerifier provides a simple interface to allow third parties to
// define their own certificate verification code. It is completely independent
// from the underlying SSL implementation.
class SSLCertificateVerifier {
virtual ~SSLCertificateVerifier() = default;
// Returns true if the certificate is valid, else false. It is up to the
// implementer to define what a valid certificate looks like.
virtual bool Verify(const SSLCertificate& certificate) = 0;
} // namespace rtc