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sun/security/ssl/RandomCookie.java

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package sun.security.ssl;

import java.io.*;
import java.security.SecureRandom;

/*
 * RandomCookie ... SSL hands standard format random cookies (nonces)
 * around.  These know how to encode/decode themselves on SSL streams,
 * and can be created and printed.
 *
 * @author David Brownell
 */
final class RandomCookie {

    byte random_bytes[];  // exactly 32 bytes

    RandomCookie(SecureRandom generator) {
        long temp = System.currentTimeMillis() / 1000;
        int gmt_unix_time;
        if (temp < Integer.MAX_VALUE) {
            gmt_unix_time = (int) temp;
        } else {
            gmt_unix_time = Integer.MAX_VALUE;          // Whoops!
        }

        random_bytes = new byte[32];
        generator.nextBytes(random_bytes);

        random_bytes[0] = (byte)(gmt_unix_time >> 24);
        random_bytes[1] = (byte)(gmt_unix_time >> 16);
        random_bytes[2] = (byte)(gmt_unix_time >>  8);
        random_bytes[3] = (byte)gmt_unix_time;
    }

    RandomCookie(HandshakeInStream m) throws IOException {
        random_bytes = new byte[32];
        m.read(random_bytes, 0, 32);
    }

    void send(HandshakeOutStream out) throws IOException {
        out.write(random_bytes, 0, 32);
    }

    void print(PrintStream s) {
        int i, gmt_unix_time;

        gmt_unix_time = random_bytes[0] << 24;
        gmt_unix_time += random_bytes[1] << 16;
        gmt_unix_time += random_bytes[2] << 8;
        gmt_unix_time += random_bytes[3];

        s.print("GMT: " + gmt_unix_time + " ");
        s.print("bytes = { ");

        for (i = 4; i < 32; i++) {
            if (i != 4) {
                s.print(", ");
            }
            s.print(random_bytes[i] & 0x0ff);
        }
        s.println(" }");
    }
}

sun/security/ssl/RandomCookie.java

 

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