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package sun.security.ssl;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.PrintStream;
import java.math.BigInteger;

 * Message used by clients to send their Diffie-Hellman public
 * keys to servers.
 * @author David Brownell
final class DHClientKeyExchange extends HandshakeMessage {

    int messageType() {
        return ht_client_key_exchange;

     * This value may be empty if it was included in the
     * client's certificate ...
    private byte dh_Yc[];               // 1 to 2^16 -1 bytes

    BigInteger getClientPublicKey() {
        return new BigInteger(1, dh_Yc);

     * Either pass the client's public key explicitly (because it's
     * using DHE or DH_anon), or implicitly (the public key was in the
     * certificate).
    DHClientKeyExchange(BigInteger publicKey) {
        dh_Yc = toByteArray(publicKey);

    DHClientKeyExchange() {
        dh_Yc = null;

     * Get the client's public key either explicitly or implicitly.
     * (It's ugly to have an empty record be sent in the latter case,
     * but that's what the protocol spec requires.)
    DHClientKeyExchange(HandshakeInStream input) throws IOException {
        dh_Yc = input.getBytes16();

    int messageLength() {
        if (dh_Yc == null) {
            return 0;
        } else {
            return dh_Yc.length + 2;

    void send(HandshakeOutStream s) throws IOException {

    void print(PrintStream s) throws IOException {
        s.println("*** ClientKeyExchange, DH");

        if (debug != null && Debug.isOn("verbose")) {
            Debug.println(s, "DH Public key", dh_Yc);



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File name: sun-security-ssl-openjdk7u-fyi.zip
File size: 277845 bytes
Release date: 2012-05-03


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