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sun/security/ssl/SSLSessionImpl.java

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package sun.security.ssl;

import java.io.*;
import java.net.*;
import java.util.Enumeration;
import java.util.Hashtable;
import java.util.Vector;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Collection;

import java.security.Principal;
import java.security.PrivateKey;
import java.security.SecureRandom;
import java.security.cert.X509Certificate;
import java.security.cert.CertificateEncodingException;

import javax.crypto.SecretKey;

import javax.net.ssl.SSLSession;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLSessionContext;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLSessionBindingListener;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLSessionBindingEvent;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLPeerUnverifiedException;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLSession;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLPermission;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLException;
import javax.net.ssl.ExtendedSSLSession;

import javax.security.auth.x500.X500Principal;

import static sun.security.ssl.CipherSuite.*;
import static sun.security.ssl.CipherSuite.KeyExchange.*;

/**
 * Implements the SSL session interface, and exposes the session context
 * which is maintained by SSL servers.
 *
 * <P> Servers have the ability to manage the sessions associated with
 * their authentication context(s).  They can do this by enumerating the
 * IDs of the sessions which are cached, examining those sessions, and then
 * perhaps invalidating a given session so that it can't be used again.
 * If servers do not explicitly manage the cache, sessions will linger
 * until memory is low enough that the runtime environment purges cache
 * entries automatically to reclaim space.
 *
 * <P><em> The only reason this class is not package-private is that
 * there's no other public way to get at the server session context which
 * is associated with any given authentication context. </em>
 *
 * @author David Brownell
 */
final class SSLSessionImpl extends ExtendedSSLSession {

    /*
     * we only really need a single null session
     */
    static final SSLSessionImpl         nullSession = new SSLSessionImpl();

    // compression methods
    private static final byte           compression_null = 0;

    /*
     * The state of a single session, as described in section 7.1
     * of the SSLv3 spec.
     */
    private final ProtocolVersion       protocolVersion;
    private final SessionId             sessionId;
    private X509Certificate[]   peerCerts;
    private byte                compressionMethod;
    private CipherSuite         cipherSuite;
    private SecretKey           masterSecret;

    /*
     * Information not part of the SSLv3 protocol spec, but used
     * to support session management policies.
     */
    private final long          creationTime = System.currentTimeMillis();
    private long                lastUsedTime = 0;
    private final String        host;
    private final int           port;
    private SSLSessionContextImpl       context;
    private int                 sessionCount;
    private boolean             invalidated;
    private X509Certificate[]   localCerts;
    private PrivateKey          localPrivateKey;
    private String[]            localSupportedSignAlgs;
    private String[]            peerSupportedSignAlgs;

    // Principals for non-certificate based cipher suites
    private Principal peerPrincipal;
    private Principal localPrincipal;

    /*
     * We count session creations, eventually for statistical data but
     * also since counters make shorter debugging IDs than the big ones
     * we use in the protocol for uniqueness-over-time.
     */
    private static volatile int counter = 0;

    /*
     * Use of session caches is globally enabled/disabled.
     */
    private static boolean      defaultRejoinable = true;

    /* Class and subclass dynamic debugging support */
    private static final Debug debug = Debug.getInstance("ssl");

    /*
     * Create a new non-rejoinable session, using the default (null)
     * cipher spec.  This constructor returns a session which could
     * be used either by a client or by a server, as a connection is
     * first opened and before handshaking begins.
     */
    private SSLSessionImpl() {
        this(ProtocolVersion.NONE, CipherSuite.C_NULL, null,
            new SessionId(false, null), null, -1);
    }

    /*
     * Create a new session, using a given cipher spec.  This will
     * be rejoinable if session caching is enabled; the constructor
     * is intended mostly for use by serves.
     */
    SSLSessionImpl(ProtocolVersion protocolVersion, CipherSuite cipherSuite,
            Collection<SignatureAndHashAlgorithm> algorithms,
            SecureRandom generator, String host, int port) {
        this(protocolVersion, cipherSuite, algorithms,
             new SessionId(defaultRejoinable, generator), host, port);
    }

    /*
     * Record a new session, using a given cipher spec and session ID.
     */
    SSLSessionImpl(ProtocolVersion protocolVersion, CipherSuite cipherSuite,
            Collection<SignatureAndHashAlgorithm> algorithms,
            SessionId id, String host, int port) {
        this.protocolVersion = protocolVersion;
        sessionId = id;
        peerCerts = null;
        compressionMethod = compression_null;
        this.cipherSuite = cipherSuite;
        masterSecret = null;
        this.host = host;
        this.port = port;
        sessionCount = ++counter;
        localSupportedSignAlgs =
            SignatureAndHashAlgorithm.getAlgorithmNames(algorithms);

        if (debug != null && Debug.isOn("session")) {
            System.out.println("%% Initialized:  " + this);
        }
    }

    void setMasterSecret(SecretKey secret) {
        if (masterSecret == null) {
            masterSecret = secret;
        } else {
            throw new RuntimeException("setMasterSecret() error");
        }
    }

    /**
     * Returns the master secret ... treat with extreme caution!
     */
    SecretKey getMasterSecret() {
        return masterSecret;
    }

    void setPeerCertificates(X509Certificate[] peer) {
        if (peerCerts == null) {
            peerCerts = peer;
        }
    }

    void setLocalCertificates(X509Certificate[] local) {
        localCerts = local;
    }

    void setLocalPrivateKey(PrivateKey privateKey) {
        localPrivateKey = privateKey;
    }

    void setPeerSupportedSignatureAlgorithms(
            Collection<SignatureAndHashAlgorithm> algorithms) {
        peerSupportedSignAlgs =
            SignatureAndHashAlgorithm.getAlgorithmNames(algorithms);
    }

    /**
     * Set the peer principal.
     */
    void setPeerPrincipal(Principal principal) {
        if (peerPrincipal == null) {
            peerPrincipal = principal;
        }
    }

    /**
     * Set the local principal.
     */
    void setLocalPrincipal(Principal principal) {
        localPrincipal = principal;
    }

    /**
     * Returns true iff this session may be resumed ... sessions are
     * usually resumable.  Security policies may suggest otherwise,
     * for example sessions that haven't been used for a while (say,
     * a working day) won't be resumable, and sessions might have a
     * maximum lifetime in any case.
     */
    boolean isRejoinable() {
        return sessionId != null && sessionId.length() != 0 &&
            !invalidated && isLocalAuthenticationValid();
    }

    public synchronized boolean isValid() {
        return isRejoinable();
    }

    /**
     * Check if the authentication used when establishing this session
     * is still valid. Returns true if no authentication was used
     */
    boolean isLocalAuthenticationValid() {
        if (localPrivateKey != null) {
            try {
                // if the private key is no longer valid, getAlgorithm()
                // should throw an exception
                // (e.g. Smartcard has been removed from the reader)
                localPrivateKey.getAlgorithm();
            } catch (Exception e) {
                invalidate();
                return false;
            }
        }
        return true;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the ID for this session.  The ID is fixed for the
     * duration of the session; neither it, nor its value, changes.
     */
    public byte[] getId() {
        return sessionId.getId();
    }

    /**
     * For server sessions, this returns the set of sessions which
     * are currently valid in this process.  For client sessions,
     * this returns null.
     */
    public SSLSessionContext getSessionContext() {
        /*
         * An interim security policy until we can do something
         * more specific in 1.2. Only allow trusted code (code which
         * can set system properties) to get an
         * SSLSessionContext. This is to limit the ability of code to
         * look up specific sessions or enumerate over them. Otherwise,
         * code can only get session objects from successful SSL
         * connections which implies that they must have had permission
         * to make the network connection in the first place.
         */
        SecurityManager sm;
        if ((sm = System.getSecurityManager()) != null) {
            sm.checkPermission(new SSLPermission("getSSLSessionContext"));
        }

        return context;
    }


    SessionId getSessionId() {
        return sessionId;
    }


    /**
     * Returns the cipher spec in use on this session
     */
    CipherSuite getSuite() {
        return cipherSuite;
    }

    /**
     * Resets the cipher spec in use on this session
     */
    void setSuite(CipherSuite suite) {
       cipherSuite = suite;

       if (debug != null && Debug.isOn("session")) {
           System.out.println("%% Negotiating:  " + this);
       }
    }

    /**
     * Returns the name of the cipher suite in use on this session
     */
    public String getCipherSuite() {
        return getSuite().name;
    }

    ProtocolVersion getProtocolVersion() {
        return protocolVersion;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the standard name of the protocol in use on this session
     */
    public String getProtocol() {
        return getProtocolVersion().name;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the compression technique used in this session
     */
    byte getCompression() {
        return compressionMethod;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the hashcode for this session
     */
    public int hashCode() {
        return sessionId.hashCode();
    }


    /**
     * Returns true if sessions have same ids, false otherwise.
     */
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {

        if (obj == this) {
            return true;
        }

        if (obj instanceof SSLSessionImpl) {
            SSLSessionImpl sess = (SSLSessionImpl) obj;
            return (sessionId != null) && (sessionId.equals(
                        sess.getSessionId()));
        }

        return false;
    }


    /**
     * Return the cert chain presented by the peer in the
     * java.security.cert format.
     * Note: This method can be used only when using certificate-based
     * cipher suites; using it with non-certificate-based cipher suites,
     * such as Kerberos, will throw an SSLPeerUnverifiedException.
     *
     * @return array of peer X.509 certs, with the peer's own cert
     *  first in the chain, and with the "root" CA last.
     */
    public java.security.cert.Certificate[] getPeerCertificates()
            throws SSLPeerUnverifiedException {
        //
        // clone to preserve integrity of session ... caller can't
        // change record of peer identity even by accident, much
        // less do it intentionally.
        //
        if ((cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5) ||
            (cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5_EXPORT)) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("no certificates expected"
                        + " for Kerberos cipher suites");
        }
        if (peerCerts == null) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("peer not authenticated");
        }
        // Certs are immutable objects, therefore we don't clone them.
        // But do need to clone the array, so that nothing is inserted
        // into peerCerts.
        return (java.security.cert.Certificate[])peerCerts.clone();
    }

    /**
     * Return the cert chain presented to the peer in the
     * java.security.cert format.
     * Note: This method is useful only when using certificate-based
     * cipher suites.
     *
     * @return array of peer X.509 certs, with the peer's own cert
     *  first in the chain, and with the "root" CA last.
     */
    public java.security.cert.Certificate[] getLocalCertificates() {
        //
        // clone to preserve integrity of session ... caller can't
        // change record of peer identity even by accident, much
        // less do it intentionally.
        return (localCerts == null ? null :
            (java.security.cert.Certificate[])localCerts.clone());
    }

    /**
     * Return the cert chain presented by the peer in the
     * javax.security.cert format.
     * Note: This method can be used only when using certificate-based
     * cipher suites; using it with non-certificate-based cipher suites,
     * such as Kerberos, will throw an SSLPeerUnverifiedException.
     *
     * @return array of peer X.509 certs, with the peer's own cert
     *  first in the chain, and with the "root" CA last.
     */
    public javax.security.cert.X509Certificate[] getPeerCertificateChain()
            throws SSLPeerUnverifiedException {
        //
        // clone to preserve integrity of session ... caller can't
        // change record of peer identity even by accident, much
        // less do it intentionally.
        //
        if ((cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5) ||
            (cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5_EXPORT)) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("no certificates expected"
                        + " for Kerberos cipher suites");
        }
        if (peerCerts == null) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("peer not authenticated");
        }
        javax.security.cert.X509Certificate[] certs;
        certs = new javax.security.cert.X509Certificate[peerCerts.length];
        for (int i = 0; i < peerCerts.length; i++) {
            byte[] der = null;
            try {
                der = peerCerts[i].getEncoded();
                certs[i] = javax.security.cert.X509Certificate.getInstance(der);
            } catch (CertificateEncodingException e) {
                throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException(e.getMessage());
            } catch (javax.security.cert.CertificateException e) {
                throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException(e.getMessage());
            }
        }

        return certs;
    }

    /**
     * Return the cert chain presented by the peer.
     * Note: This method can be used only when using certificate-based
     * cipher suites; using it with non-certificate-based cipher suites,
     * such as Kerberos, will throw an SSLPeerUnverifiedException.
     *
     * @return array of peer X.509 certs, with the peer's own cert
     *  first in the chain, and with the "root" CA last.
     */
    public X509Certificate[] getCertificateChain()
            throws SSLPeerUnverifiedException {
        /*
         * clone to preserve integrity of session ... caller can't
         * change record of peer identity even by accident, much
         * less do it intentionally.
         */
        if ((cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5) ||
            (cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5_EXPORT)) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("no certificates expected"
                        + " for Kerberos cipher suites");
        }
        if (peerCerts != null) {
            return peerCerts.clone();
        } else {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("peer not authenticated");
        }
    }

    /**
     * Returns the identity of the peer which was established as part of
     * defining the session.
     *
     * @return the peer's principal. Returns an X500Principal of the
     * end-entity certificate for X509-based cipher suites, and
     * Principal for Kerberos cipher suites.
     *
     * @throws SSLPeerUnverifiedException if the peer's identity has not
     *          been verified
     */
    public Principal getPeerPrincipal()
                throws SSLPeerUnverifiedException
    {
        if ((cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5) ||
            (cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5_EXPORT)) {
            if (peerPrincipal == null) {
                throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("peer not authenticated");
            } else {
                // Eliminate dependency on KerberosPrincipal
                return peerPrincipal;
            }
        }
        if (peerCerts == null) {
            throw new SSLPeerUnverifiedException("peer not authenticated");
        }
        return peerCerts[0].getSubjectX500Principal();
    }

    /**
     * Returns the principal that was sent to the peer during handshaking.
     *
     * @return the principal sent to the peer. Returns an X500Principal
     * of the end-entity certificate for X509-based cipher suites, and
     * Principal for Kerberos cipher suites. If no principal was
     * sent, then null is returned.
     */
    public Principal getLocalPrincipal() {

        if ((cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5) ||
            (cipherSuite.keyExchange == K_KRB5_EXPORT)) {
                // Eliminate dependency on KerberosPrincipal
                return (localPrincipal == null ? null : localPrincipal);
        }
        return (localCerts == null ? null :
                localCerts[0].getSubjectX500Principal());
    }

    /**
     * Returns the time this session was created.
     */
    public long getCreationTime() {
        return creationTime;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the last time this session was used to initialize
     * a connection.
     */
    public long getLastAccessedTime() {
        return (lastUsedTime != 0) ? lastUsedTime : creationTime;
    }

    void setLastAccessedTime(long time) {
        lastUsedTime = time;
    }


    /**
     * Returns the network address of the session's peer.  This
     * implementation does not insist that connections between
     * different ports on the same host must necessarily belong
     * to different sessions, though that is of course allowed.
     */
    public InetAddress getPeerAddress() {
        try {
            return InetAddress.getByName(host);
        } catch (java.net.UnknownHostException e) {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public String getPeerHost() {
        return host;
    }

    /**
     * Need to provide the port info for caching sessions based on
     * host and port. Accessed by SSLSessionContextImpl
     */
    public int getPeerPort() {
        return port;
    }

    void setContext(SSLSessionContextImpl ctx) {
        if (context == null) {
            context = ctx;
        }
    }

    /**
     * Invalidate a session.  Active connections may still exist, but
     * no connections will be able to rejoin this session.
     */
    synchronized public void invalidate() {
        //
        // Can't invalidate the NULL session -- this would be
        // attempted when we get a handshaking error on a brand
        // new connection, with no "real" session yet.
        //
        if (this == nullSession) {
            return;
        }
        invalidated = true;
        if (debug != null && Debug.isOn("session")) {
            System.out.println("%% Invalidated:  " + this);
        }
        if (context != null) {
            context.remove(sessionId);
            context = null;
        }
    }

    /*
     * Table of application-specific session data indexed by an application
     * key and the calling security context. This is important since
     * sessions can be shared across different protection domains.
     */
    private Hashtable<SecureKey, Object> table = new Hashtable<>();

    /**
     * Assigns a session value.  Session change events are given if
     * appropriate, to any original value as well as the new value.
     */
    public void putValue(String key, Object value) {
        if ((key == null) || (value == null)) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("arguments can not be null");
        }

        SecureKey secureKey = new SecureKey(key);
        Object oldValue = table.put(secureKey, value);

        if (oldValue instanceof SSLSessionBindingListener) {
            SSLSessionBindingEvent e;

            e = new SSLSessionBindingEvent(this, key);
            ((SSLSessionBindingListener)oldValue).valueUnbound(e);
        }
        if (value instanceof SSLSessionBindingListener) {
            SSLSessionBindingEvent e;

            e = new SSLSessionBindingEvent(this, key);
            ((SSLSessionBindingListener)value).valueBound(e);
        }
    }


    /**
     * Returns the specified session value.
     */
    public Object getValue(String key) {
        if (key == null) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("argument can not be null");
        }

        SecureKey secureKey = new SecureKey(key);
        return table.get(secureKey);
    }


    /**
     * Removes the specified session value, delivering a session changed
     * event as appropriate.
     */
    public void removeValue(String key) {
        if (key == null) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("argument can not be null");
        }

        SecureKey secureKey = new SecureKey(key);
        Object value = table.remove(secureKey);

        if (value instanceof SSLSessionBindingListener) {
            SSLSessionBindingEvent e;

            e = new SSLSessionBindingEvent(this, key);
            ((SSLSessionBindingListener)value).valueUnbound(e);
        }
    }


    /**
     * Lists the names of the session values.
     */
    public String[] getValueNames() {
        Enumeration<SecureKey> e;
        Vector<Object> v = new Vector<>();
        SecureKey key;
        Object securityCtx = SecureKey.getCurrentSecurityContext();

        for (e = table.keys(); e.hasMoreElements(); ) {
            key = e.nextElement();

            if (securityCtx.equals(key.getSecurityContext())) {
                v.addElement(key.getAppKey());
            }
        }
        String[] names = new String[v.size()];
        v.copyInto(names);

        return names;
    }

    /**
     * Use large packet sizes now or follow RFC 2246 packet sizes (2^14)
     * until changed.
     *
     * In the TLS specification (section 6.2.1, RFC2246), it is not
     * recommended that the plaintext has more than 2^14 bytes.
     * However, some TLS implementations violate the specification.
     * This is a workaround for interoperability with these stacks.
     *
     * Application could accept large fragments up to 2^15 bytes by
     * setting the system property jsse.SSLEngine.acceptLargeFragments
     * to "true".
     */
    private boolean acceptLargeFragments =
        Debug.getBooleanProperty("jsse.SSLEngine.acceptLargeFragments", false);

    /**
     * Expand the buffer size of both SSL/TLS network packet and
     * application data.
     */
    protected synchronized void expandBufferSizes() {
        acceptLargeFragments = true;
    }

    /**
     * Gets the current size of the largest SSL/TLS packet that is expected
     * when using this session.
     */
    public synchronized int getPacketBufferSize() {
        return acceptLargeFragments ?
                Record.maxLargeRecordSize : Record.maxRecordSize;
    }

    /**
     * Gets the current size of the largest application data that is
     * expected when using this session.
     */
    public synchronized int getApplicationBufferSize() {
        return getPacketBufferSize() - Record.headerSize;
    }

    /**
     * Gets an array of supported signature algorithms that the local side is
     * willing to verify.
     */
    public String[] getLocalSupportedSignatureAlgorithms() {
        if (localSupportedSignAlgs != null) {
            return localSupportedSignAlgs.clone();
        }

        return new String[0];
    }

    /**
     * Gets an array of supported signature algorithms that the peer is
     * able to verify.
     */
    public String[] getPeerSupportedSignatureAlgorithms() {
        if (peerSupportedSignAlgs != null) {
            return peerSupportedSignAlgs.clone();
        }

        return new String[0];
    }

    /** Returns a string representation of this SSL session */
    public String toString() {
        return "[Session-" + sessionCount
            + ", " + getCipherSuite()
            + "]";
    }

    /**
     * When SSL sessions are finalized, all values bound to
     * them are removed.
     */
    public void finalize() {
        String[] names = getValueNames();
        for (int i = 0; i < names.length; i++) {
            removeValue(names[i]);
        }
    }
}


/**
 * This "struct" class serves as a Hash Key that combines an
 * application-specific key and a security context.
 */
class SecureKey {
    private static Object       nullObject = new Object();
    private Object        appKey;
    private Object      securityCtx;

    static Object getCurrentSecurityContext() {
        SecurityManager sm = System.getSecurityManager();
        Object context = null;

        if (sm != null)
            context = sm.getSecurityContext();
        if (context == null)
            context = nullObject;
        return context;
    }

    SecureKey(Object key) {
        this.appKey = key;
        this.securityCtx = getCurrentSecurityContext();
    }

    Object getAppKey() {
        return appKey;
    }

    Object getSecurityContext() {
        return securityCtx;
    }

    public int hashCode() {
        return appKey.hashCode() ^ securityCtx.hashCode();
    }

    public boolean equals(Object o) {
        return o instanceof SecureKey && ((SecureKey)o).appKey.equals(appKey)
                        && ((SecureKey)o).securityCtx.equals(securityCtx);
    }
}

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