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// Copyright 2017 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 "net/ssl/client_cert_identity.h"
#include "base/bind.h"
#include "net/ssl/ssl_private_key.h"
namespace net {
namespace {
void IdentityOwningPrivateKeyCallback(
std::unique_ptr<ClientCertIdentity> identity,
const base::Callback<void(scoped_refptr<SSLPrivateKey>)>&
scoped_refptr<SSLPrivateKey> private_key) {
} // namespace
ClientCertIdentity::ClientCertIdentity(scoped_refptr<net::X509Certificate> cert)
: cert_(std::move(cert)) {}
ClientCertIdentity::~ClientCertIdentity() = default;
// static
void ClientCertIdentity::SelfOwningAcquirePrivateKey(
std::unique_ptr<ClientCertIdentity> self,
const base::Callback<void(scoped_refptr<SSLPrivateKey>)>&
private_key_callback) {
ClientCertIdentity* self_ptr = self.get();
auto wrapped_private_key_callback =
base::Bind(&IdentityOwningPrivateKeyCallback, base::Passed(&self),
void ClientCertIdentity::SetIntermediates(
X509Certificate::OSCertHandles intermediates) {
// Allow UTF-8 inside PrintableStrings in client certificates. See
// TODO(mattm): Perhaps X509Certificate should have a method to clone the
// X509Certificate but with different intermediates, to avoid reparsing here
// (and avoid needing to match the parsing options here with where the
// X509Certificate was initially created.)
X509Certificate::UnsafeCreateOptions options;
options.printable_string_is_utf8 = true;
cert_ = X509Certificate::CreateFromHandleUnsafeOptions(
cert_->os_cert_handle(), intermediates, options);
// |cert_->os_cert_handle()| was already successfully parsed, so this should
// never fail.
: now_(base::Time::Now()) {}
bool ClientCertIdentitySorter::operator()(
const std::unique_ptr<ClientCertIdentity>& a_identity,
const std::unique_ptr<ClientCertIdentity>& b_identity) const {
X509Certificate* a = a_identity->certificate();
X509Certificate* b = b_identity->certificate();
// Certificates that are expired/not-yet-valid are sorted last.
bool a_is_valid = now_ >= a->valid_start() && now_ <= a->valid_expiry();
bool b_is_valid = now_ >= b->valid_start() && now_ <= b->valid_expiry();
if (a_is_valid != b_is_valid)
return a_is_valid && !b_is_valid;
// Certificates with longer expirations appear as higher priority (less
// than) certificates with shorter expirations.
if (a->valid_expiry() != b->valid_expiry())
return a->valid_expiry() > b->valid_expiry();
// If the expiration dates are equivalent, certificates that were issued
// more recently should be prioritized over older certificates.
if (a->valid_start() != b->valid_start())
return a->valid_start() > b->valid_start();
// Otherwise, prefer client certificates with shorter chains.
const X509Certificate::OSCertHandles& a_intermediates =
const X509Certificate::OSCertHandles& b_intermediates =
return a_intermediates.size() < b_intermediates.size();
} // namespace net