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=head1 NAME
- Enhanced Security Services (ESS) functions
#include <openssl/ess.h>
ESS_SIGNING_CERT *OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_new_init(const X509 *signcert,
const STACK_OF(X509) *certs,
int set_issuer_serial);
ESS_SIGNING_CERT_V2 *OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_v2_new_init(const EVP_MD *hash_alg,
const X509 *signcert,
STACK_OF(X509) *certs,
int set_issuer_serial);
int OSSL_ESS_check_signing_certs(const ESS_SIGNING_CERT *ss,
const ESS_SIGNING_CERT_V2 *ssv2,
const STACK_OF(X509) *chain,
int require_signing_cert);
OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_new_init() generates a new B<ESS_SIGNING_CERT> structure
referencing the given I<signcert> and any given further I<certs>
using their SHA-1 fingerprints.
If I<set_issuer_serial> is nonzero then also the issuer and serial number
of I<signcert> are included in the B<ESS_CERT_ID> as the B<issuerSerial> field.
For all members of I<certs> the B<issuerSerial> field is always included.
OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_v2_new_init() is the same as
OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_new_init() except that it uses the given I<hash_alg> and
generates a B<ESS_SIGNING_CERT_V2> structure with B<ESS_CERT_ID_V2> elements.
OSSL_ESS_check_signing_certs() checks if the validation chain I<chain> contains
the certificates required by the identifiers given in I<ss> and/or I<ssv2>.
If I<require_signing_cert> is nonzero, I<ss> or I<ssv2> must not be NULL.
If both I<ss> and I<ssv2> are not NULL, they are evaluated independently.
The list of certificate identifiers in I<ss> is of type B<ESS_CERT_ID>,
while the list contained in I<ssv2> is of type B<ESS_CERT_ID_V2>.
As far as these lists are present, they must be nonempty.
The certificate identified by their first entry must be the first element of
I<chain>, i.e. the signer certificate.
Any further certificates referenced in the list must also be found in I<chain>.
The matching is done using the given certificate hash algorithm and value.
In addition to the checks required by RFCs 2624 and 5035,
if the B<issuerSerial> field is included in an B<ESSCertID> or B<ESSCertIDv2>
it must match the certificate issuer and serial number attributes.
=head1 NOTES
ESS has been defined in RFC 2634, which has been updated in RFC 5035
(ESS version 2) to support hash algorithms other than SHA-1.
This is used for TSP (RFC 3161) and CAdES-BES (informational RFC 5126).
OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_new_init() and OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_v2_new_init()
return a pointer to the new structure or NULL on malloc failure.
OSSL_ESS_check_signing_certs() returns 1 on success,
0 if a required certificate cannot be found, -1 on other error.
=head1 SEE ALSO
=head1 HISTORY
OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_new_init(), OSSL_ESS_signing_cert_v2_new_init(), and
OSSL_ESS_check_signing_certs() were added in OpenSSL 3.0.
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