/*
* Copyright (c) 2016 Thomas Pornin
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*/
#include "inner.h"
#define U (1 + (BR_MAX_RSA_FACTOR >> 5))
/* see bearssl_rsa.h */
uint32_t
br_rsa_i32_private(unsigned char *x, const br_rsa_private_key *sk)
{
const unsigned char *p, *q;
size_t plen, qlen;
uint32_t tmp[6 * U];
uint32_t *mp, *mq, *s1, *s2, *t1, *t2, *t3;
uint32_t p0i, q0i;
size_t xlen;
/*
* All our temporary buffers are from the tmp[] array.
*
* The mp, mq, s1, s2, t1 and t2 buffers are large enough to
* contain a RSA factor. The t3 buffer can contain a complete
* RSA modulus. t3 shares its storage space with s2, s1 and t1,
* in that order (this is important, see below).
*/
mq = tmp;
mp = tmp + U;
t2 = tmp + 2 * U;
s2 = tmp + 3 * U;
s1 = tmp + 4 * U;
t1 = tmp + 5 * U;
t3 = s2;
/*
* Compute the actual lengths (in bytes) of p and q, and check
* that they fit within our stack buffers.
*/
p = sk->p;
plen = sk->plen;
while (plen > 0 && *p == 0) {
p ++;
plen --;
}
q = sk->q;
qlen = sk->qlen;
while (qlen > 0 && *q == 0) {
q ++;
qlen --;
}
if (plen > (BR_MAX_RSA_FACTOR >> 3)
|| qlen > (BR_MAX_RSA_FACTOR >> 3))
{
return 0;
}
/*
* Decode p and q.
*/
br_i32_decode(mp, p, plen);
br_i32_decode(mq, q, qlen);
/*
* obsolete -- we do not compute the length of n, it is now
* an input parameter.
br_i32_zero(t3, mp[0]);
br_i32_mulacc(t3, mp, mq);
n_bitlen = br_i32_bit_length(t3 + 1, (t3[0] + 31) >> 5);
if (xlen != ((n_bitlen + 7) >> 3)) {
return 0;
}
*/
xlen = (sk->n_bitlen + 7) >> 3;
/*
* Compute s1 = x^dp mod p.
*/
p0i = br_i32_ninv32(mp[1]);
br_i32_decode_reduce(s1, x, xlen, mp);
br_i32_modpow(s1, sk->dp, sk->dplen, mp, p0i, t1, t2);
/*
* Compute s2 = x^dq mod q.
*/
q0i = br_i32_ninv32(mq[1]);
br_i32_decode_reduce(s2, x, xlen, mq);
br_i32_modpow(s2, sk->dq, sk->dqlen, mq, q0i, t1, t2);
/*
* Compute:
* h = (s1 - s2)*(1/q) mod p
* s1 is an integer modulo p, but s2 is modulo q. PKCS#1 is
* unclear about whether p may be lower than q (some existing,
* widely deployed implementations of RSA don't tolerate p < q),
* but we want to support that occurrence, so we need to use the
* reduction function.
*
* Since we use br_i32_decode_reduce() for iq (purportedly, the
* inverse of q modulo p), we also tolerate improperly large
* values for this parameter.
*/
br_i32_reduce(t2, s2, mp);
br_i32_add(s1, mp, br_i32_sub(s1, t2, 1));
br_i32_to_monty(s1, mp);
br_i32_decode_reduce(t1, sk->iq, sk->iqlen, mp);
br_i32_montymul(t2, s1, t1, mp, p0i);
/*
* h is now in t2. We compute the final result:
* s = s2 + q*h
* All these operations are non-modular.
*
* We need mq, s2 and t2. We use the t3 buffer as destination.
* The buffers mp, s1 and t1 are no longer needed. Moreover,
* the first step is to copy s2 into the destination buffer t3.
* We thus arranged for t3 to actually share space with s2, and
* to be followed by the space formerly used by s1 and t1.
*/
br_i32_mulacc(t3, mq, t2);
/*
* Encode the result. Since we already checked the value of xlen,
* we can just use it right away.
*/
br_i32_encode(x, xlen, t3);
/*
* The only error conditions remaining at that point are invalid
* values for p and q (even integers).
*/
return p0i & q0i & 1;
}