/* crypto/idea/i_skey.c */
/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
* All rights reserved.
*
* This package is an SSL implementation written
* by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
* The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
*
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* apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
* lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation
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*/
#include "idea.h"
#include "idea_lcl.h"
#ifndef NOPROTO
static IDEA_INT inverse(unsigned int xin);
#else
static IDEA_INT inverse();
#endif
void idea_set_encrypt_key(key, ks)
unsigned char *key;
IDEA_KEY_SCHEDULE *ks;
{
int i;
register IDEA_INT *kt,*kf,r0,r1,r2;
kt= &(ks->data[0][0]);
n2s(key,kt[0]); n2s(key,kt[1]); n2s(key,kt[2]); n2s(key,kt[3]);
n2s(key,kt[4]); n2s(key,kt[5]); n2s(key,kt[6]); n2s(key,kt[7]);
kf=kt;
kt+=8;
for (i=0; i<6; i++)
{
r2= kf[1];
r1= kf[2];
*(kt++)= ((r2<<9) | (r1>>7))&0xffff;
r0= kf[3];
*(kt++)= ((r1<<9) | (r0>>7))&0xffff;
r1= kf[4];
*(kt++)= ((r0<<9) | (r1>>7))&0xffff;
r0= kf[5];
*(kt++)= ((r1<<9) | (r0>>7))&0xffff;
r1= kf[6];
*(kt++)= ((r0<<9) | (r1>>7))&0xffff;
r0= kf[7];
*(kt++)= ((r1<<9) | (r0>>7))&0xffff;
r1= kf[0];
if (i >= 5) break;
*(kt++)= ((r0<<9) | (r1>>7))&0xffff;
*(kt++)= ((r1<<9) | (r2>>7))&0xffff;
kf+=8;
}
}
void idea_set_decrypt_key(ek, dk)
IDEA_KEY_SCHEDULE *ek;
IDEA_KEY_SCHEDULE *dk;
{
int r;
register IDEA_INT *fp,*tp,t;
tp= &(dk->data[0][0]);
fp= &(ek->data[8][0]);
for (r=0; r<9; r++)
{
*(tp++)=inverse(fp[0]);
*(tp++)=((int)(0x10000L-fp[2])&0xffff);
*(tp++)=((int)(0x10000L-fp[1])&0xffff);
*(tp++)=inverse(fp[3]);
if (r == 8) break;
fp-=6;
*(tp++)=fp[4];
*(tp++)=fp[5];
}
tp= &(dk->data[0][0]);
t=tp[1];
tp[1]=tp[2];
tp[2]=t;
t=tp[49];
tp[49]=tp[50];
tp[50]=t;
}
/* taken directly from the 'paper' I'll have a look at it later */
static IDEA_INT inverse(xin)
unsigned int xin;
{
long n1,n2,q,r,b1,b2,t;
if (xin == 0)
b2=0;
else
{
n1=0x10001;
n2=xin;
b2=1;
b1=0;
do {
r=(n1%n2);
q=(n1-r)/n2;
if (r == 0)
{ if (b2 < 0) b2=0x10001+b2; }
else
{
n1=n2;
n2=r;
t=b2;
b2=b1-q*b2;
b1=t;
}
} while (r != 0);
}
return((IDEA_INT)b2);
}