[openssl-users] How to form a proper hash after writing somethinginto SSL handshake.
Sai Teja Chowdary
asteja.chowdary.ece13 at iitbhu.ac.in
Sat Dec 30 02:44:27 UTC 2017
I apologize for Comic Sans. And honestly I didn't know using it implies
this many impressions. As I said my other subscription named "Ananthaneni
Saiteja Chowdary" is my outlook account that i use for my office
work(because I am using a QHD resolution my fonts are so small so i
selected the font that looks good for me to read.) I actually posted two
questions one from this email and other from outlook account. This question
was actually posted through my outlook account in the beginning, and just
as a followup and to include some more information in my question I thought
of asking the question again. So I copied the contents of my previous mail
and added few more info at the end in my Mail app, unfortunately the font
got changed to comic sans. Its not that i knowingly changed the font to
impress or insult. I am a non native English speaker and I sometimes don't
understand the exact emotion or feeling in non-technical conversation.
I am using OpenSSL client to create a custom TLS client which can send or
manipulate the default TLS handshake messages so that i can test for any
bugs in our TLS server implementation. I spent about 4 months in reading
OpenSSL code and making changes and adding new arguments to modify the
default client. So in that process i came across the WPACKET API. For
framing SSL records I had to use it.
I will post the question again in a new thread. Please take a look at it
and help me out.
On Sat, Dec 30, 2017 at 12:17 AM, Viktor Dukhovni <
openssl-users at dukhovni.org> wrote:
> > On Dec 29, 2017, at 1:34 PM, Michael Wojcik <
> Michael.Wojcik at microfocus.com> wrote:
> > That said, I suspect the larger reason why Saiteja has not had a
> technical response to the original query is that few people on
> openssl-users have experience with using the WPACKET API and other
> low-level operations in the 1.1 codebase. It still might be worth reposting
> without the controversial styling.
> More importantly, what problem is the OP really trying to solve?
> The WPACKET interface is an internal interface that does not
> appear in any public OpenSSL headers. It is undocumented and
> subject to change without notice. The OP should not be using
> this interface, except as part of a code contribution to improve
> the implementation of TLS in the OpenSSL library.
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