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// Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <stddef.h>
#include <string>
namespace blacklist {
// Max size of the DLL blacklist.
const size_t kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount = 64;
// The DLL blacklist.
extern const wchar_t* g_troublesome_dlls[kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount];
// Attempts to leave a beacon in the current user's registry hive. If the
// blacklist beacon doesn't say it is enabled or there are any other errors when
// creating the beacon, returns false. Otherwise returns true. The intent of the
// beacon is to act as an extra failure mode protection whereby if Chrome
// repeatedly fails to start during blacklist setup, it will skip blacklisting
// on the subsequent run.
bool LeaveSetupBeacon();
// Looks for the setup running beacon that LeaveSetupBeacon() creates and resets
// it to to show the setup was successful.
// Returns true if the beacon was successfully set to BLACKLIST_ENABLED.
bool ResetBeacon();
// Return the size of the current blacklist.
extern "C" int BlacklistSize();
// Returns if true if the blacklist has been initialized.
extern "C" bool IsBlacklistInitialized();
// Adds the given dll name to the blacklist. Returns true if the dll name is in
// the blacklist when this returns, false on error. Note that this will copy
// |dll_name| and will leak it on exit if the string is not subsequently removed
// using RemoveDllFromBlacklist.
// Exposed for testing only, this shouldn't be exported from chrome_elf.dll.
extern "C" bool AddDllToBlacklist(const wchar_t* dll_name);
// Removes the given dll name from the blacklist. Returns true if it was
// removed, false on error.
// Exposed for testing only, this shouldn't be exported from chrome_elf.dll.
extern "C" bool RemoveDllFromBlacklist(const wchar_t* dll_name);
// Returns a list of all the dlls that have been successfully blocked by the
// blacklist via blocked_dlls, if there is enough space (according to |size|).
// |size| will always be modified to be the number of dlls that were blocked.
// The caller doesn't own the strings and isn't expected to free them. These
// strings won't be hanging unless RemoveDllFromBlacklist is called, but it
// is only exposed in tests (and should stay that way).
extern "C" void SuccessfullyBlocked(const wchar_t** blocked_dlls, int* size);
// Record that the dll at the given index was blocked.
extern "C" void BlockedDll(size_t blocked_index);
// Legacy match function.
// Returns the index of the blacklist found in |g_troublesome_dlls|, or -1.
int DllMatch(const std::wstring& module_name);
// New wrapper for above match function.
// Returns true if a matching name is found in the legacy blacklist.
// Note: |module_name| must be an ASCII encoded string.
bool DllMatch(const std::string& module_name);
// Initializes the deprecated DLL blacklist in the current process.
// - If |force| is set to true, then initialization will take place even if a
// beacon is present. This is useful for tests.
bool Initialize(bool force);
} // namespace blacklist