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# Copyright The Mbed TLS Contributors
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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set -e -u
run () {
echo "# $1"
echo "+ $*"
if [ -e master.key ]; then
echo "# Reusing the existing master.key file."
files_to_clean="$files_to_clean master.key"
run "Generate a master key." \
"$program" generate master=master.key
files_to_clean="$files_to_clean input.txt hello_world.wrap"
echo "Here is some input. See it wrapped." >input.txt
run "Derive a key and wrap some data with it." \
"$program" wrap master=master.key label=hello label=world \
input=input.txt output=hello_world.wrap
files_to_clean="$files_to_clean hello_world.txt"
run "Derive the same key again and unwrap the data." \
"$program" unwrap master=master.key label=hello label=world \
input=hello_world.wrap output=hello_world.txt
run "Compare the unwrapped data with the original input." \
cmp input.txt hello_world.txt
files_to_clean="$files_to_clean hellow_orld.txt"
! run "Derive a different key and attempt to unwrap the data. This must fail." \
"$program" unwrap master=master.key input=hello_world.wrap output=hellow_orld.txt label=hellow label=orld
files_to_clean="$files_to_clean hello.key"
run "Save the first step of the key ladder, then load it as a master key and construct the rest of the ladder." \
"$program" save master=master.key label=hello \
input=hello_world.wrap output=hello.key
run "Check that we get the same key by unwrapping data made by the other key." \
"$program" unwrap master=hello.key label=world \
input=hello_world.wrap output=hello_world.txt
# Cleanup
rm -f $files_to_clean