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sun/security/ssl/EngineInputRecord.java

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package sun.security.ssl;

import java.io.*;
import java.nio.*;
import javax.net.ssl.*;
import javax.crypto.BadPaddingException;
import sun.misc.HexDumpEncoder;


/**
 * Wrapper class around InputRecord.
 *
 * Application data is kept external to the InputRecord,
 * but handshake data (alert/change_cipher_spec/handshake) will
 * be kept internally in the ByteArrayInputStream.
 *
 * @author Brad Wetmore
 */
final class EngineInputRecord extends InputRecord {

    private SSLEngineImpl engine;

    /*
     * A dummy ByteBuffer we'll pass back even when the data
     * is stored internally.  It'll never actually be used.
     */
    static private ByteBuffer tmpBB = ByteBuffer.allocate(0);

    /*
     * Flag to tell whether the last read/parsed data resides
     * internal in the ByteArrayInputStream, or in the external
     * buffers.
     */
    private boolean internalData;

    EngineInputRecord(SSLEngineImpl engine) {
        super();
        this.engine = engine;
    }

    byte contentType() {
        if (internalData) {
            return super.contentType();
        } else {
            return ct_application_data;
        }
    }

    /*
     * Check if there is enough inbound data in the ByteBuffer
     * to make a inbound packet.  Look for both SSLv2 and SSLv3.
     *
     * @return -1 if there are not enough bytes to tell (small header),
     */
    int bytesInCompletePacket(ByteBuffer buf) throws SSLException {

        /*
         * SSLv2 length field is in bytes 0/1
         * SSLv3/TLS length field is in bytes 3/4
         */
        if (buf.remaining() < 5) {
            return -1;
        }

        int pos = buf.position();
        byte byteZero = buf.get(pos);

        int len = 0;

        /*
         * If we have already verified previous packets, we can
         * ignore the verifications steps, and jump right to the
         * determination.  Otherwise, try one last hueristic to
         * see if it's SSL/TLS.
         */
        if (formatVerified ||
                (byteZero == ct_handshake) ||
                (byteZero == ct_alert)) {
            /*
             * Last sanity check that it's not a wild record
             */
            ProtocolVersion recordVersion =
                ProtocolVersion.valueOf(buf.get(pos + 1), buf.get(pos + 2));

            // Check if too old (currently not possible)
            // or if the major version does not match.
            // The actual version negotiation is in the handshaker classes
            if ((recordVersion.v < ProtocolVersion.MIN.v)
                    || (recordVersion.major > ProtocolVersion.MAX.major)) {
                throw new SSLException(
                    "Unsupported record version " + recordVersion);
            }

            /*
             * Reasonably sure this is a V3, disable further checks.
             * We can't do the same in the v2 check below, because
             * read still needs to parse/handle the v2 clientHello.
             */
            formatVerified = true;

            /*
             * One of the SSLv3/TLS message types.
             */
            len = ((buf.get(pos + 3) & 0xff) << 8) +
                (buf.get(pos + 4) & 0xff) + headerSize;

        } else {
            /*
             * Must be SSLv2 or something unknown.
             * Check if it's short (2 bytes) or
             * long (3) header.
             *
             * Internals can warn about unsupported SSLv2
             */
            boolean isShort = ((byteZero & 0x80) != 0);

            if (isShort &&
                    ((buf.get(pos + 2) == 1) || buf.get(pos + 2) == 4)) {

                ProtocolVersion recordVersion =
                    ProtocolVersion.valueOf(buf.get(pos + 3), buf.get(pos + 4));

                // Check if too old (currently not possible)
                // or if the major version does not match.
                // The actual version negotiation is in the handshaker classes
                if ((recordVersion.v < ProtocolVersion.MIN.v)
                        || (recordVersion.major > ProtocolVersion.MAX.major)) {

                    // if it's not SSLv2, we're out of here.
                    if (recordVersion.v != ProtocolVersion.SSL20Hello.v) {
                        throw new SSLException(
                            "Unsupported record version " + recordVersion);
                    }
                }

                /*
                 * Client or Server Hello
                 */
                int mask = (isShort ? 0x7f : 0x3f);
                len = ((byteZero & mask) << 8) + (buf.get(pos + 1) & 0xff) +
                    (isShort ? 2 : 3);

            } else {
                // Gobblygook!
                throw new SSLException(
                    "Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection?");
            }
        }

        return len;
    }

    /*
     * Verifies and removes the MAC value.  Returns true if
     * the MAC checks out OK.
     *
     * On entry:
     *     position = beginning of app/MAC data
     *     limit = end of MAC data.
     *
     * On return:
     *     position = beginning of app data
     *     limit = end of app data
     */
    boolean checkMAC(MAC signer, ByteBuffer bb) {
        if (internalData) {
            return checkMAC(signer);
        }

        int len = signer.MAClen();
        if (len == 0) { // no mac
            return true;
        }

        /*
         * Grab the original limit
         */
        int lim = bb.limit();

        /*
         * Delineate the area to apply a MAC on.
         */
        int macData = lim - len;
        bb.limit(macData);

        byte[] mac = signer.compute(contentType(), bb);

        if (len != mac.length) {
            throw new RuntimeException("Internal MAC error");
        }

        /*
         * Delineate the MAC values, position was already set
         * by doing the compute above.
         *
         * We could zero the MAC area, but not much useful information
         * there anyway.
         */
        bb.position(macData);
        bb.limit(lim);

        try {
            for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {
                if (bb.get() != mac[i]) {  // No BB.equals(byte []); !
                    return false;
                }
            }
            return true;
        } finally {
            /*
             * Position to the data.
             */
            bb.rewind();
            bb.limit(macData);
        }
    }

    /*
     * Pass the data down if it's internally cached, otherwise
     * do it here.
     *
     * If internal data, data is decrypted internally.
     *
     * If external data(app), return a new ByteBuffer with data to
     * process.
     */
    ByteBuffer decrypt(CipherBox box, ByteBuffer bb)
            throws BadPaddingException {

        if (internalData) {
            decrypt(box);
            return tmpBB;
        }

        box.decrypt(bb);
        bb.rewind();

        return bb.slice();
    }

    /*
     * Override the actual write below.  We do things this way to be
     * consistent with InputRecord.  InputRecord may try to write out
     * data to the peer, and *then* throw an Exception.  This forces
     * data to be generated/output before the exception is ever
     * generated.
     */
    void writeBuffer(OutputStream s, byte [] buf, int off, int len)
            throws IOException {
        /*
         * Copy data out of buffer, it's ready to go.
         */
        ByteBuffer netBB = (ByteBuffer)
            (ByteBuffer.allocate(len).put(buf, 0, len).flip());
        engine.writer.putOutboundDataSync(netBB);
    }

    /*
     * Delineate or read a complete packet from src.
     *
     * If internal data (hs, alert, ccs), the data is read and
     * stored internally.
     *
     * If external data (app), return a new ByteBuffer which points
     * to the data to process.
     */
    ByteBuffer read(ByteBuffer srcBB) throws IOException {
        /*
         * Could have a src == null/dst == null check here,
         * but that was already checked by SSLEngine.unwrap before
         * ever attempting to read.
         */

        /*
         * If we have anything besides application data,
         * or if we haven't even done the initial v2 verification,
         * we send this down to be processed by the underlying
         * internal cache.
         */
        if (!formatVerified ||
                (srcBB.get(srcBB.position()) != ct_application_data)) {
            internalData = true;
            read(new ByteBufferInputStream(srcBB), (OutputStream) null);
            return tmpBB;
        }

        internalData = false;

        int srcPos = srcBB.position();
        int srcLim = srcBB.limit();

        ProtocolVersion recordVersion = ProtocolVersion.valueOf(
                srcBB.get(srcPos + 1), srcBB.get(srcPos + 2));
        // Check if too old (currently not possible)
        // or if the major version does not match.
        // The actual version negotiation is in the handshaker classes
        if ((recordVersion.v < ProtocolVersion.MIN.v)
                || (recordVersion.major > ProtocolVersion.MAX.major)) {
            throw new SSLException(
                "Unsupported record version " + recordVersion);
        }

        /*
         * It's really application data.  How much to consume?
         * Jump over the header.
         */
        int len = bytesInCompletePacket(srcBB);
        assert(len > 0);

        if (debug != null && Debug.isOn("packet")) {
            try {
                HexDumpEncoder hd = new HexDumpEncoder();
                srcBB.limit(srcPos + len);
                ByteBuffer bb = srcBB.duplicate();  // Use copy of BB

                System.out.println("[Raw read (bb)]: length = " + len);
                hd.encodeBuffer(bb, System.out);
            } catch (IOException e) { }
        }

        // Demarcate past header to end of packet.
        srcBB.position(srcPos + headerSize);
        srcBB.limit(srcPos + len);

        // Protect remainder of buffer, create slice to actually
        // operate on.
        ByteBuffer bb = srcBB.slice();

        srcBB.position(srcBB.limit());
        srcBB.limit(srcLim);

        return bb;
    }
}

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