Encrypting krb_rced messages in GSSAPI tokens

Nicolas.Williams@ubsw.com Nicolas.Williams at ubsw.com
Mon Apr 29 17:25:00 EDT 2002

Yeah, you could make the auth context constructor generate the subkey. Then the app could use that key before calling mk_req_extended(). It's just as well, and probably easier than the callback. Easier should win, right?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sam Hartman [mailto:hartmans at mit.edu]
> Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 5:20 PM
> To: Williams, Nicolas
> Cc: krbdev at mit.edu
> Subject: Re: Encrypting krb_rced messages in GSSAPI tokens
> >>>>> "Nicolas" == Nicolas Williams 
> <Nicolas.Williams at ubsw.com> writes:
>     Nicolas> Suggestion: change mk_req_extended() (or make a new API)
>     Nicolas> that takes a callback function pointer and make it so the
>     Nicolas> callback function gets called with the ticket key and
>     Nicolas> subkey blocks; the callback function should return data
>     Nicolas> for use in the checksum field.
> That's certainly one way to handle it.  I was actually thinking of
> splitting out the key setup into a different function.  I think I may
> like the callback method better.

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