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"""Knowledge about the PSA key store as implemented in Mbed TLS.
# Copyright The Mbed TLS Contributors
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import re
import struct
from typing import Dict, List, Optional, Set, Union
import unittest
from mbedtls_dev import c_build_helper
class Expr:
"""Representation of a C expression with a known or knowable numerical value."""
def __init__(self, content: Union[int, str]):
if isinstance(content, int):
digits = 8 if content > 0xffff else 4
self.string = '{0:#0{1}x}'.format(content, digits + 2)
self.value_if_known = content #type: Optional[int]
self.string = content
self.value_if_known = None
value_cache = {} #type: Dict[str, int]
"""Cache of known values of expressions."""
unknown_values = set() #type: Set[str]
"""Expressions whose values are not present in `value_cache` yet."""
def update_cache(self) -> None:
"""Update `value_cache` for expressions registered in `unknown_values`."""
expressions = sorted(self.unknown_values)
values = c_build_helper.get_c_expression_values(
'unsigned long', '%lu',
#include <psa/crypto.h>
include_path=['include']) #type: List[str]
for e, v in zip(expressions, values):
self.value_cache[e] = int(v, 0)
def normalize(string: str) -> str:
"""Put the given C expression in a canonical form.
This function is only intended to give correct results for the
relatively simple kind of C expression typically used with this
return re.sub(r'\s+', r'', string)
def value(self) -> int:
"""Return the numerical value of the expression."""
if self.value_if_known is None:
if re.match(r'([0-9]+|0x[0-9a-f]+)\Z', self.string, re.I):
return int(self.string, 0)
normalized = self.normalize(self.string)
if normalized not in self.value_cache:
self.value_if_known = self.value_cache[normalized]
return self.value_if_known
Exprable = Union[str, int, Expr]
"""Something that can be converted to a C expression with a known numerical value."""
def as_expr(thing: Exprable) -> Expr:
"""Return an `Expr` object for `thing`.
If `thing` is already an `Expr` object, return it. Otherwise build a new
`Expr` object from `thing`. `thing` can be an integer or a string that
contains a C expression.
if isinstance(thing, Expr):
return thing
return Expr(thing)
class Key:
"""Representation of a PSA crypto key object and its storage encoding.
"""The latest version of the storage format."""
def __init__(self, *,
version: Optional[int] = None,
id: Optional[int] = None, #pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
lifetime: Exprable = 'PSA_KEY_LIFETIME_PERSISTENT',
type: Exprable, #pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
bits: int,
usage: Exprable, alg: Exprable, alg2: Exprable,
material: bytes #pylint: disable=used-before-assignment
) -> None:
self.version = self.LATEST_VERSION if version is None else version = id #pylint: disable=invalid-name #type: Optional[int]
self.lifetime = as_expr(lifetime) #type: Expr
self.type = as_expr(type) #type: Expr
self.bits = bits #type: int
self.usage = as_expr(usage) #type: Expr
self.alg = as_expr(alg) #type: Expr
self.alg2 = as_expr(alg2) #type: Expr
self.material = material #type: bytes
MAGIC = b'PSA\000KEY\000'
def pack(
fmt: str,
*args: Union[int, Expr]
) -> bytes: #pylint: disable=used-before-assignment
"""Pack the given arguments into a byte string according to the given format.
This function is similar to `struct.pack`, but with the following differences:
* All integer values are encoded with standard sizes and in
little-endian representation. `fmt` must not include an endianness
* Arguments can be `Expr` objects instead of integers.
* Only integer-valued elements are supported.
return struct.pack('<' + fmt, # little-endian, standard sizes
*[arg.value() if isinstance(arg, Expr) else arg
for arg in args])
def bytes(self) -> bytes:
"""Return the representation of the key in storage as a byte array.
This is the content of the PSA storage file. When PSA storage is
implemented over stdio files, this does not include any wrapping made
by the PSA-storage-over-stdio-file implementation.
header = self.MAGIC + self.pack('L', self.version)
if self.version == 0:
attributes = self.pack('LHHLLL',
self.lifetime, self.type, self.bits,
self.usage, self.alg, self.alg2)
material = self.pack('L', len(self.material)) + self.material
raise NotImplementedError
return header + attributes + material
def hex(self) -> str:
"""Return the representation of the key as a hexadecimal string.
This is the hexadecimal representation of `self.bytes`.
return self.bytes().hex()
def location_value(self) -> int:
"""The numerical value of the location encoded in the key's lifetime."""
return self.lifetime.value() >> 8
class TestKey(unittest.TestCase):
# pylint: disable=line-too-long
"""A few smoke tests for the functionality of the `Key` class."""
def test_numerical(self):
key = Key(version=0,
id=1, lifetime=0x00000001,
type=0x2400, bits=128,
usage=0x00000300, alg=0x05500200, alg2=0x04c01000,
expected_hex = '505341004b45590000000000010000000024800000030000000250050010c00410000000404142434445464748494a4b4c4d4e4f'
self.assertEqual(key.bytes(), bytes.fromhex(expected_hex))
self.assertEqual(key.hex(), expected_hex)
def test_names(self):
length = 0xfff8 // 8 # PSA_MAX_KEY_BITS in bytes
key = Key(version=0,
type='PSA_KEY_TYPE_RAW_DATA', bits=length*8,
usage=0, alg=0, alg2=0,
material=b'\x00' * length)
expected_hex = '505341004b45590000000000010000000110f8ff000000000000000000000000ff1f0000' + '00' * length
self.assertEqual(key.bytes(), bytes.fromhex(expected_hex))
self.assertEqual(key.hex(), expected_hex)
def test_defaults(self):
key = Key(type=0x1001, bits=8,
usage=0, alg=0, alg2=0,
expected_hex = '505341004b455900000000000100000001100800000000000000000000000000010000002a'
self.assertEqual(key.bytes(), bytes.fromhex(expected_hex))
self.assertEqual(key.hex(), expected_hex)