Import of old SSLeay release: SSLeay 0.8.1b
[openssl.git] / crypto / dsa / dsatest.c
1 /* crypto/dsa/dsatest.c */
2 /* Copyright (C) 1995-1997 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
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58
59 #include <stdio.h>
60 #include <stdlib.h>
61 #include <string.h>
62 #include <sys/types.h>
63 #include <sys/stat.h>
64 #ifdef WIN16
65 #define APPS_WIN16
66 #endif
67 #include "crypto.h"
68 #include "rand.h"
69 #include "bio.h"
70 #include "err.h"
71 #include "dsa.h"
72
73 #ifdef WIN16
74 #include "../bio/bss_file.c"
75 #endif
76
77 #ifdef WIN16
78 #define MS_CALLBACK     _far _loadds
79 #else
80 #define MS_CALLBACK
81 #endif
82
83 #ifndef NOPROTO
84 static void MS_CALLBACK dsa_cb(int p, int n);
85 #else
86 static void MS_CALLBACK dsa_cb();
87 #endif
88
89 static unsigned char seed[20]={
90         0xd5,0x01,0x4e,0x4b,0x60,0xef,0x2b,0xa8,0xb6,0x21,0x1b,0x40,
91         0x62,0xba,0x32,0x24,0xe0,0x42,0x7d,0xd3,
92         };
93
94 static unsigned char out_p[]={
95         0x8d,0xf2,0xa4,0x94,0x49,0x22,0x76,0xaa,
96         0x3d,0x25,0x75,0x9b,0xb0,0x68,0x69,0xcb,
97         0xea,0xc0,0xd8,0x3a,0xfb,0x8d,0x0c,0xf7,
98         0xcb,0xb8,0x32,0x4f,0x0d,0x78,0x82,0xe5,
99         0xd0,0x76,0x2f,0xc5,0xb7,0x21,0x0e,0xaf,
100         0xc2,0xe9,0xad,0xac,0x32,0xab,0x7a,0xac,
101         0x49,0x69,0x3d,0xfb,0xf8,0x37,0x24,0xc2,
102         0xec,0x07,0x36,0xee,0x31,0xc8,0x02,0x91,
103         };
104
105 static unsigned char out_q[]={
106         0xc7,0x73,0x21,0x8c,0x73,0x7e,0xc8,0xee,
107         0x99,0x3b,0x4f,0x2d,0xed,0x30,0xf4,0x8e,
108         0xda,0xce,0x91,0x5f,
109         };
110
111 static unsigned char out_g[]={
112         0x62,0x6d,0x02,0x78,0x39,0xea,0x0a,0x13,
113         0x41,0x31,0x63,0xa5,0x5b,0x4c,0xb5,0x00,
114         0x29,0x9d,0x55,0x22,0x95,0x6c,0xef,0xcb,
115         0x3b,0xff,0x10,0xf3,0x99,0xce,0x2c,0x2e,
116         0x71,0xcb,0x9d,0xe5,0xfa,0x24,0xba,0xbf,
117         0x58,0xe5,0xb7,0x95,0x21,0x92,0x5c,0x9c,
118         0xc4,0x2e,0x9f,0x6f,0x46,0x4b,0x08,0x8c,
119         0xc5,0x72,0xaf,0x53,0xe6,0xd7,0x88,0x02,
120         };
121
122 static BIO *bio_err=NULL;
123
124 int main(argc, argv)
125 int argc;
126 char **argv;
127         {
128         DSA *dsa=NULL;
129         int counter,ret=0,i,j;
130         unsigned char buf[256];
131         unsigned long h;
132
133         if (bio_err == NULL)
134                 bio_err=BIO_new_fp(stderr,BIO_NOCLOSE);
135
136         BIO_printf(bio_err,"test generation of DSA parameters\n");
137         BIO_printf(bio_err,"expect '.*' followed by 5 lines of '.'s and '+'s\n");
138         dsa=DSA_generate_parameters(512,seed,20,&counter,&h,dsa_cb);
139
140         BIO_printf(bio_err,"seed\n");
141         for (i=0; i<20; i+=4)
142                 {
143                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"%02X%02X%02X%02X ",
144                         seed[i],seed[i+1],seed[i+2],seed[i+3]);
145                 }
146         BIO_printf(bio_err,"\ncounter=%d h=%d\n",counter,h);
147                 
148         if (dsa == NULL) goto end;
149         DSA_print(bio_err,dsa,0);
150         if (counter != 105) 
151                 {
152                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"counter should be 105\n");
153                 goto end;
154                 }
155         if (h != 2)
156                 {
157                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"h should be 2\n");
158                 goto end;
159                 }
160
161         i=BN_bn2bin(dsa->q,buf);
162         j=sizeof(out_q);
163         if ((i != j) || (memcmp(buf,out_q,i) != 0))
164                 {
165                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"q value is wrong\n");
166                 goto end;
167                 }
168
169         i=BN_bn2bin(dsa->p,buf);
170         j=sizeof(out_p);
171         if ((i != j) || (memcmp(buf,out_p,i) != 0))
172                 {
173                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"p value is wrong\n");
174                 goto end;
175                 }
176
177         i=BN_bn2bin(dsa->g,buf);
178         j=sizeof(out_g);
179         if ((i != j) || (memcmp(buf,out_g,i) != 0))
180                 {
181                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"g value is wrong\n");
182                 goto end;
183                 }
184
185         ret=1;
186 end:
187         if (!ret)
188                 ERR_print_errors(bio_err);
189         if (bio_err != NULL) BIO_free(bio_err);
190         if (dsa != NULL) DSA_free(dsa);
191         exit(!ret);
192         return(0);
193         }
194
195 static void MS_CALLBACK dsa_cb(p, n)
196 int p;
197 int n;
198         {
199         char c='*';
200         static int ok=0,num=0;
201
202         if (p == 0) { c='.'; num++; };
203         if (p == 1) c='+';
204         if (p == 2) { c='*'; ok++; }
205         if (p == 3) c='\n';
206         BIO_write(bio_err,&c,1);
207         BIO_flush(bio_err);
208
209         if (!ok && (p == 0) && (num > 1))
210                 {
211                 BIO_printf(bio_err,"error in dsatest\n");
212                 exit(1);
213                 }
214         }
215
216