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SecureBlackbox 2022 Java Edition

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Authenticator Class

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The Authenticator class specializes in user authentication.

Syntax

secureblackbox.Authenticator

Remarks

Authenticator provides capabilities for implementing the authenticating party (as opposed to the one being authenticated) of the authentication protocol.

Authenticator can be used in a variety of authentication scenarios, ranging from simple password checks to complicated multi-factor variants. It also supports authentication via a SBB-own DC protocol, which makes it a good pair for DCAuth control.

In default configuration the component uses the attached database of users to handle authentication requests. The authentication flow can be altered if needed to match specific authentication requirements.

In Authenticator's terms, the authentication process is divided into a sequence of atomic steps. Each step is characterized by a user providing an authentication token - such as a password or PIN - and the authenticator validating that token. Each validation step may result in one of the following outcomes:

  • Authentication succeeded: the authentication has been completed with the positive outcome;
  • Authentication failed: the authentication process has failed, the user didn't provide enough evidence to confirm they are who they claim they are;
  • Further authentication is required: the authentication was partly successful, but the settings of the component or user details require further step(s) to be taken.

Use the following logic when integrating the Authenticator into your project:

  • Whenever you receive an authentication request from a user, call the StartAuth method, passing the UserID as a parameter. This initiates the authentication procedure: the Authenticator control looks up the user in the Users database and picks the first authentication method. It then returns the Further authentication is required result and stores the details of the first authentication step in AuthInfo property. Apart from the information about the authentication method that is to be performed during this step, AuthInfo also contains a STATE> value, which accumulates parameters and progress of the user's authentication flow. You can save the state value on this stage, and restore it later when a response from the user is received. With that in mind, class is stateless; you can save the current authentication state in a database, and return to it from a different context.
  • Now that you have obtained Further authentication needed from StartAuth, it's time to check the AUTHMETHOD> and request the corresponding token from the user. For example, if the method is 'password', you may present the user with a password dialog.
  • Upon receiving a password (or other kind of authentication token) from the user, pass it to the ContinueAuth method, together with the state object that you saved on the preceding step. The component will process the token and come up with one of the three results given above, signifying the end of the first authentication step. If Further authentication is required result is returned, another authentication step needs to be performed (either because a multi-factor authentication is configured for this user, or because an alternative authentication method was chosen following failure of the previous attempt). If that is the case, follow the guidance for StartAuth-initiated step above.

    Depending on the settings, many authentication steps may need to be performed, so your code may ultimately end up calling ContinueAuth many times.

class can be customized to use external user information sources instead of a predefined user database. AuthStart, AuthVerify, and AuthAttemptResult events provide an opportunity for your code to intervene into the authentication process by defining your own authentication procedures and validating authentication tokens manually.

Property List


The following is the full list of the properties of the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

AuthInfoContains details of the current authentication step.
BlockedCertificatesThe certificates that must be rejected as trust anchors.
CertificatesA collection of certificates included in the electronic signature.
ChainValidationDetailsThe details of a certificate chain validation outcome.
ChainValidationResultThe general outcome of a certificate chain validation routine. Use ChainValidationDetails to get information about the reasons that contributed to the validation result.
DefaultAuthMethodsContains the list of default authentication methods.
ExternalCryptoProvides access to external signing and DC parameters.
FIPSModeReserved.
IgnoreChainValidationErrorsMakes the class tolerant to chain validation errors.
KnownCertificatesAdditional certificates for chain validation.
KnownCRLsAdditional CRLs for chain validation.
KnownOCSPsAdditional OCSP responses for chain validation.
OfflineModeSwitches the class to the offline mode.
ProxyThe proxy server settings.
RevocationCheckSpecifies the kind(s) of revocation check to perform.
SigningCertificateThe certificate to be used for signing.
SocketSettingsManages network connection settings.
TLSSettingsManages TLS layer settings.
TrustedCertificatesA list of trusted certificates for chain validation.
UsersA collection of known users along with their authentication settings.
ValidationLogContains the complete log of the certificate validation routine.
ValidationMomentThe time point at which signature validity is to be established.

Method List


The following is the full list of the methods of the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

ConfigSets or retrieves a configuration setting.
ContinueAuthCall this method to process an authentication token and proceed to the next authentication step.
DoActionPerforms an additional action.
StartAuthInitiates an authentication process.

Event List


The following is the full list of the events fired by the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

AuthAttemptResultReports the outcome of an authentication attempt.
AuthAttemptStartSignifies the start of an authentication attempt.
AuthStartSignifies the start of an authentication process.
AuthVerifyRequests the application to validate an authentication token.
CustomAuthStartReports the beginning of a custom authentication method.
ErrorReports information about errors during authentication.
NotificationThis event notifies the application about an underlying control flow event.

Configuration Settings


The following is a list of configuration settings for the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

ForceCompleteChainValidationForTrustedWhether to continue with the full validation up to the root CA certificate for mid-level trust anchors.
IgnoreOCSPNoCheckExtensionWhether OCSP NoCheck extension should be ignored.
IgnoreSystemTrustWhether trusted Windows Certificate Stores should be treated as trusted.
ImplicitlyTrustSelfSignedCertificatesWhether to trust self-signed certificates.
PromoteLongOCSPResponsesWhether long OCSP responses are requested.
TolerateMinorChainIssuesWhether to tolerate minor chain issues.
UseMicrosoftCTLEnables or disables automatic use of Microsoft online certificate trust list.
UseSystemCertificatesEnables or disables the use of the system certificates.
CheckKeyIntegrityBeforeUseEnables or disable private key integrity check before use.
CookieCachingSpecifies whether a cookie cache should be used for HTTP(S) transports.
CookiesGets or sets local cookies for the class (supported for HTTPClient, RESTClient and SOAPClient only).
DefDeriveKeyIterationsSpecifies the default key derivation algorithm iteration count.
EnableClientSideSSLFFDHEEnables or disables finite field DHE key exchange support in TLS clients.
GlobalCookiesGets or sets global cookies for all the HTTP transports.
HttpUserAgentSpecifies the user agent name to be used by all HTTP clients.
LogDestinationSpecifies the debug log destination.
LogDetailsSpecifies the debug log details to dump.
LogFileSpecifies the debug log filename.
LogFiltersSpecifies the debug log filters.
LogFlushModeSpecifies the log flush mode.
LogLevelSpecifies the debug log level.
LogMaxEventCountSpecifies the maximum number of events to cache before further action is taken.
LogRotationModeSpecifies the log rotation mode.
MaxASN1BufferLengthSpecifies the maximal allowed length for ASN.1 primitive tag data.
MaxASN1TreeDepthSpecifies the maximal depth for processed ASN.1 trees.
OCSPHashAlgorithmSpecifies the hash algorithm to be used to identify certificates in OCSP requests.
TagAllows to store any custom data.
UseSharedSystemStoragesSpecifies whether the validation engine should use a global per-process copy of the system certificate stores.
UseSystemOAEPAndPSSEnforces or disables the use of system-driven RSA OAEP and PSS computations.
UseSystemRandomEnables or disables the use of the OS PRNG.

AuthInfo Property (Authenticator Class)

Contains details of the current authentication step.

Syntax


public AuthInfo getAuthInfo();


Remarks

Check this object to get details about the current authentication step, such as authentication method, its parameters, the overall authentication state, and information about completed and pending authentication methods.

This property is read-only and not available at design time.

BlockedCertificates Property (Authenticator Class)

The certificates that must be rejected as trust anchors.

Syntax


public CertificateList getBlockedCertificates();


public void setBlockedCertificates(CertificateList blockedCertificates);

Remarks

Use this property to provide a list of compromised or blocked certificates. Any chain containing a blocked certificate will fail validation.

This property is not available at design time.

Certificates Property (Authenticator Class)

A collection of certificates included in the electronic signature.

Syntax


public CertificateList getCertificates();


Remarks

Use this property to access all certificates included into the signature(s) by its creator.

This property is read-only and not available at design time.

ChainValidationDetails Property (Authenticator Class)

The details of a certificate chain validation outcome.

Syntax


public int getChainValidationDetails();


Default Value

0

Remarks

Use the value(s) returned by this property to identify the reasons that contributed to the overall validation result.

Returns a bit mask of the following options:

cvrBadData0x0001One or more certificates in the validation path are malformed

cvrRevoked0x0002One or more certificates are revoked

cvrNotYetValid0x0004One or more certificates are not yet valid

cvrExpired0x0008One or more certificates are expired

cvrInvalidSignature0x0010A certificate contains a non-valid digital signature

cvrUnknownCA0x0020A CA certificate for one or more certificates has not been found (chain incomplete)

cvrCAUnauthorized0x0040One of the CA certificates are not authorized to act as CA

cvrCRLNotVerified0x0080One or more CRLs could not be verified

cvrOCSPNotVerified0x0100One or more OCSP responses could not be verified

cvrIdentityMismatch0x0200The identity protected by the certificate (a TLS endpoint or an e-mail addressee) does not match what is recorded in the certificate

cvrNoKeyUsage0x0400A mandatory key usage is not enabled in one of the chain certificates

cvrBlocked0x0800One or more certificates are blocked

cvrFailure0x1000General validation failure

cvrChainLoop0x2000Chain loop: one of the CA certificates recursively signs itself

cvrWeakAlgorithm0x4000A weak algorithm is used in one of certificates or revocation elements

cvrUserEnforced0x8000The chain was considered invalid following intervention from a user code

This property is read-only and not available at design time.

ChainValidationResult Property (Authenticator Class)

The general outcome of a certificate chain validation routine. Use ChainValidationDetails to get information about the reasons that contributed to the validation result.

Syntax


public int getChainValidationResult();


Enumerated values:
  public final static int cvtValid = 0;

  public final static int cvtValidButUntrusted = 1;

  public final static int cvtInvalid = 2;

  public final static int cvtCantBeEstablished = 3;

Default Value

0

Remarks

Available options:

cvtValid0The chain is valid

cvtValidButUntrusted1The chain is valid, but the root certificate is not trusted

cvtInvalid2The chain is not valid (some of certificates are revoked, expired, or contain an invalid signature)

cvtCantBeEstablished3The validity of the chain cannot be established because of missing or unavailable validation information (certificates, CRLs, or OCSP responses)

Use the ValidationLog property to access the detailed validation log.

This property is read-only and not available at design time.

DefaultAuthMethods Property (Authenticator Class)

Contains the list of default authentication methods.

Syntax


public String getDefaultAuthMethods();


public void setDefaultAuthMethods(String defaultAuthMethods);

Default Value

""

Remarks

Use this property to specify a list of default authentication methods to apply to users that are not included in the Users database. Assign this property with a comma-separated list of standard and custom authentication methods.

The following standard authentication methods are supported by the component:

  • password
  • otp-h
  • otp-t
  • dcauth

You can use any names not clashing with the standard methods to indicate your own custom authentication methods. Use CustomAuthStart and AuthVerify events to handle custom authentication methods.

ExternalCrypto Property (Authenticator Class)

Provides access to external signing and DC parameters.

Syntax


public ExternalCrypto getExternalCrypto();


Remarks

Use this property to tune-up remote cryptography settings. SecureBlackbox supports two independent types of external cryptography: synchronous (based on OnExternalSign event) and asynchronous (based on DC protocol and DCAuth signing component).

This property is read-only.

FIPSMode Property (Authenticator Class)

Reserved.

Syntax


public boolean isFIPSMode();


public void setFIPSMode(boolean FIPSMode);

Default Value

False

Remarks

This property is reserved for future use.

IgnoreChainValidationErrors Property (Authenticator Class)

Makes the class tolerant to chain validation errors.

Syntax


public boolean isIgnoreChainValidationErrors();


public void setIgnoreChainValidationErrors(boolean ignoreChainValidationErrors);

Default Value

False

Remarks

If this property is set to True, any errors emerging during certificate chain validation will be ignored. This setting may be handy if the purpose of validation is the creation of an LTV signature, and the validation is performed in an environment that doesn't trust the signer's certificate chain.

KnownCertificates Property (Authenticator Class)

Additional certificates for chain validation.

Syntax


public CertificateList getKnownCertificates();


public void setKnownCertificates(CertificateList knownCertificates);

Remarks

Use this property to supply a list of additional certificates that might be needed for chain validation. An example of a scenario where you might want to do that is when intermediary CA certificates are absent from the standard system locations (or when there are no standard system locations), and therefore should be supplied to the component manually.

The purpose of certificates to be added to this collection is roughly equivalent to that of Intermediate Certification Authorities system store in Windows.

Do not add trust anchors or root certificates to this collection: add them to TrustedCertificates instead.

This property is not available at design time.

KnownCRLs Property (Authenticator Class)

Additional CRLs for chain validation.

Syntax


public CRLList getKnownCRLs();


public void setKnownCRLs(CRLList knownCRLs);

Remarks

Use this property to supply additional CRLs that might be needed for chain validation. This property may be helpful when a chain is validated in offline mode, and the associated CRLs are stored separately from the signed message or document.

This property is not available at design time.

KnownOCSPs Property (Authenticator Class)

Additional OCSP responses for chain validation.

Syntax


public OCSPResponseList getKnownOCSPs();


public void setKnownOCSPs(OCSPResponseList knownOCSPs);

Remarks

Use this property to supply additional OCSP responses that might be needed for chain validation. This property may be helpful when a chain is validated in offline mode, and the associated OCSP responses are stored separately from the signed message or document.

This property is not available at design time.

OfflineMode Property (Authenticator Class)

Switches the class to the offline mode.

Syntax


public boolean isOfflineMode();


public void setOfflineMode(boolean offlineMode);

Default Value

False

Remarks

When working in offline mode, the component restricts itself from using any online revocation information sources, such as CRL or OCSP responders.

Offline mode may be useful if there is a need to verify the completeness of validation information included within the signature or provided via KnownCertificates, KnownCRLs, and other related properties.

Proxy Property (Authenticator Class)

The proxy server settings.

Syntax


public ProxySettings getProxy();


Remarks

Use this property to tune up the proxy server settings.

This property is read-only.

RevocationCheck Property (Authenticator Class)

Specifies the kind(s) of revocation check to perform.

Syntax


public int getRevocationCheck();


public void setRevocationCheck(int revocationCheck);

Enumerated values:
  public final static int crcNone = 0;

  public final static int crcAuto = 1;

  public final static int crcAllCRL = 2;

  public final static int crcAllOCSP = 3;

  public final static int crcAllCRLAndOCSP = 4;

  public final static int crcAnyCRL = 5;

  public final static int crcAnyOCSP = 6;

  public final static int crcAnyCRLOrOCSP = 7;

  public final static int crcAnyOCSPOrCRL = 8;

Default Value

1

Remarks

Revocation checking is necessary to ensure the integrity of the chain and obtain up-to-date certificate validity and trustworthiness information.

Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL) and Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) responses serve the same purpose of ensuring that the certificate had not been revoked by the Certificate Authority (CA) at the time of use. Depending on your circumstances and security policy requirements, you may want to use either one or both of the revocation information source types.

crcNone (0)No revocation checking
crcAuto (1)Automatic mode selection. Currently this maps to crcAnyOCSPOrCRL, but it may change in the future.
crcAllCRL (2)Check all provided CRL endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAllOCSP (3)Check all provided OCSP endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAllCRLAndOCSP (4)Check all CRL and OCSP endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAnyCRL (5)At least one CRL check for every certificate in the chain must succeed.
crcAnyOCSP (6)At least one OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed.
crcAnyCRLOrOCSP (7)At least one CRL or OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed. CRL endpoints are checked first.
crcAnyOCSPOrCRL (8)At least one CRL or OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed. OCSP endpoints are checked first.

This setting controls the way the revocation checks are performed. Typically certificates come with two types of revocation information sources: CRL (certificate revocation lists) and OCSP responders. CRLs are static objects periodically published by the CA at some online location. OCSP responders are active online services maintained by the CA that can provide up-to-date information on certificate statuses in near real time.

There are some conceptual differences between the two. CRLs are normally larger in size. Their use involves some latency because there is normally some delay between the time when a certificate was revoked and the time the subsequent CRL mentioning that is published. The benefits of CRL is that the same object can provide statuses for all certificates issued by a particular CA, and that the whole technology is much simpler than OCSP (and thus is supported by more CAs).

This setting lets you adjust the validation course by including or excluding certain types of revocation sources from the validation process. The crcAnyOCSPOrCRL setting (give preference to faster OCSP route and only demand one source to succeed) is a good choice for most of typical validation environments. The "crcAll*" modes are much stricter, and may be used in scenarios where bulletproof validity information is essential.

SigningCertificate Property (Authenticator Class)

The certificate to be used for signing.

Syntax


public Certificate getSigningCertificate();


public void setSigningCertificate(Certificate signingCertificate);

Remarks

Use this property to specify the certificate that shall be used for signing the data. Note that this certificate should have a private key associated with it. Use SigningChain to supply the rest of the certificate chain for inclusion into the signature.

This property is not available at design time.

SocketSettings Property (Authenticator Class)

Manages network connection settings.

Syntax


public SocketSettings getSocketSettings();


Remarks

Use this property to tune up network connection parameters.

This property is read-only.

TLSSettings Property (Authenticator Class)

Manages TLS layer settings.

Syntax


public TLSSettings getTLSSettings();


Remarks

Use this property to tune up the TLS layer parameters.

This property is read-only.

TrustedCertificates Property (Authenticator Class)

A list of trusted certificates for chain validation.

Syntax


public CertificateList getTrustedCertificates();


public void setTrustedCertificates(CertificateList trustedCertificates);

Remarks

Use this property to supply a list of trusted certificates that might be needed for chain validation. An example of a scenario where you might want to do that is when root CA certificates are absent from the standard system locations (or when there are no standard system locations), and therefore should be supplied to the component manually.

The purpose of this certificate collection is largely the same than that of Windows Trusted Root Certification Authorities system store.

Use this property with extreme care as it directly affects chain verifiability; a wrong certificate added to the trusted list may result in bad chains being accepted, and forfeited signatures being recognized as genuine. Only add certificates that originate from the parties that you know and trust.

This property is not available at design time.

Users Property (Authenticator Class)

A collection of known users along with their authentication settings.

Syntax


public UserAccountList getUsers();


public void setUsers(UserAccountList users);

Remarks

Use this property to access the database of known users and their authentication details.

This property is not available at design time.

ValidationLog Property (Authenticator Class)

Contains the complete log of the certificate validation routine.

Syntax


public String getValidationLog();


Default Value

""

Remarks

Use this property to access the chain validation log produced by the class. The log can be very useful when investigating issues with chain validation, as it contains a step-by-step trace of the entire validation procedure.

This property is read-only and not available at design time.

ValidationMoment Property (Authenticator Class)

The time point at which signature validity is to be established.

Syntax


public String getValidationMoment();


public void setValidationMoment(String validationMoment);

Default Value

""

Remarks

Use this property to specify the moment in time at which signature validity should be established. The time is in UTC. Leave the setting empty to stick to the default moment (either signature creation time, or current time).

The validity of the same signature may differ depending on the time point chosen due to temporal changes in chain validities, revocation statuses, and timestamp times.

Config Method (Authenticator Class)

Sets or retrieves a configuration setting.

Syntax

public String config(String configurationString);

Remarks

Config is a generic method available in every class. It is used to set and retrieve configuration settings for the class.

These settings are similar in functionality to properties, but they are rarely used. In order to avoid "polluting" the property namespace of the class, access to these internal properties is provided through the Config method.

To set a configuration setting named PROPERTY, you must call Config("PROPERTY=VALUE"), where VALUE is the value of the setting expressed as a string. For boolean values, use the strings "True", "False", "0", "1", "Yes", or "No" (case does not matter).

To read (query) the value of a configuration setting, you must call Config("PROPERTY"). The value will be returned as a string.

ContinueAuth Method (Authenticator Class)

Call this method to process an authentication token and proceed to the next authentication step.

Syntax

public int continueAuth(String state, String authToken);

Remarks

Call this method upon receiving an authentication token from the user to validate it and proceed to the next authentication step (or complete the authentication).

Pass the authentication state blob that you obtained at the beginning of the authentication step to the State parameter, and the authentication credential received from the user to the AuthToken parameter. The method will validate the token and return one of the following results:

arAuthFurtherAuthNeeded0
arAuthSucceeded1
arAuthFailed2

The further authentication needed result indicates that the user is expected to go through at least one more authentication step. Check AuthInfo property to find out which authentication method should be used on that step, and request the relevant authentication token from the user. Upon receiving that new token, call ContinueAuth again - and continue running this loop until authentication succeeded or authentication failed result is returned.

DoAction Method (Authenticator Class)

Performs an additional action.

Syntax

public String doAction(String actionID, String actionParams);

Remarks

DoAction is a generic method available in every class. It is used to perform an additional action introduced after the product major release. The list of actions is not fixed, and may be flexibly extended over time.

The unique identifier of the action is provided in ActionID parameter. ActionParams contains a list of parameters for the action in the form of PARAM1=VALUE1;PARAM2=VALUE2;....

StartAuth Method (Authenticator Class)

Initiates an authentication process.

Syntax

public int startAuth(String userID);

Remarks

Call this method to start an authentication process for UserID.

The authentication process may consist of multiple atomic steps. Each step represents a single authentication transaction, such as provision of a password, a PIN, or a one-time token. The exact authentication step sequence for the user is chosen according to the following rules:

  • If the user is found in the Users database, all authentication methods specified for that user are activated;
  • otherwise, the methods assigned to DefaultAuthMethods are activated;
  • AuthStart event is thrown, allowing the application to tune up the selection of authentication methods if needed.
  • the first method from the list is initiated.

This method may return one of the three results:

arAuthFurtherAuthNeeded0
arAuthSucceeded1
arAuthFailed2

The authentication succeeded result is returned if the authentication method selection procedure completed with an empty method list. A typical result of this method though is further authentication required, which indicates that the next authentication method has kicked off. Use rpAuthInfo; property to find out which authentication method should be used on this step, and solicit the relevant authentication token from the user. Pass the received token to the ContinueAuth method for validation.

AuthAttemptResult Event (Authenticator Class)

Reports the outcome of an authentication attempt.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void authAttemptResult(AuthenticatorAuthAttemptResultEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorAuthAttemptResultEvent {
  public String userID;

  public String authMethod;

  public int authRes;

  public String remainingAuthMethods;

}

Remarks

This event follows a call to ContinueAuth method and reports the user's updated authentication status following the token verification.

The updated status is reported via the AuthRes parameter, and can take one of the following values:

arAuthFurtherAuthNeeded0
arAuthSucceeded1
arAuthFailed2

The RemainingAuthMethods parameter lists the authentication methods that the user is yet to go through. The application can change either of AuthRes and RemainingAuthMethods in the event handler to alter the authentication flow.

AuthAttemptStart Event (Authenticator Class)

Signifies the start of an authentication attempt.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void authAttemptStart(AuthenticatorAuthAttemptStartEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorAuthAttemptStartEvent {
  public String userID;

  public String authMethod;

  public String remainingAuthMethods;

}

Remarks

This event reports the start of an atomic authentication step. The AuthMethod parameter contains the authentication method that has started. The following authentication methods are currently supported, but the application may define its own methods in AuthStart, and tune them up in CustomAuthStart:

  • password
  • otp-h
  • otp-t
  • dcauth
RemainingAuthMethods contains a list of authentication methods that will follow.

This event is thrown from StartAuth and ContinueAuth methods.

AuthStart Event (Authenticator Class)

Signifies the start of an authentication process.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void authStart(AuthenticatorAuthStartEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorAuthStartEvent {
  public String userID;

  public String authMethods;

}

Remarks

This event is fired in response to a StartAuth call, and signifies the start of a (potentially, multi-step) authentication process for UserID. The AuthMethods parameter list the methods to be performed for the user. The application may customize them as needed.

The following default authentication methods are supported:

  • password
  • otp-h
  • otp-t
  • dcauth

The application can define its own authentication methods if needed.

This event is only fired once per user authentication process, at the very start of it. See AuthAttemptStart for per-step notification.

AuthVerify Event (Authenticator Class)

Requests the application to validate an authentication token.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void authVerify(AuthenticatorAuthVerifyEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorAuthVerifyEvent {
  public String userID;

  public String authMethod;

  public String authToken;

  public String authMethodData;

  public boolean valid;

}

Remarks

Class fires this event to ask the application to validate an authentication token that it can't validate automatically. This can happen if UserID was not found in the user database or a custom authentication method is used.

AuthMethod and AuthToken specify the authentication method being used and the authentication token provided by the user. AuthMethodData contains an application-specific data provided by the application at the beginning of the authentication step.

An event handler subscribed to this event should validate the authentication token provided by the user and set the Valid parameter accordingly.

CustomAuthStart Event (Authenticator Class)

Reports the beginning of a custom authentication method.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void customAuthStart(AuthenticatorCustomAuthStartEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorCustomAuthStartEvent {
  public String userID;

  public String authMethod;

  public String authMethodPars;

  public String authMethodData;

}

Remarks

This event marks the start of an authentication method not supported by class internally and requests authentication parameters from the application.

Class currently supports the following authentication methods:

  • password
  • otp-h
  • otp-t
  • dcauth

The application may also use any number of custom authentication method it wants. Each such method is identified by a unique string name (such as 'pin', 'fingerprint', or 'fingerprint-v2'). It may specify them in DefaultAuthMethods property, or provide on the fly via AuthStart event.

The event handler may return authentication parameters and application-specific data to be associated with the authentication attempt via AuthMethodPars and AuthMethodData parameters.

Error Event (Authenticator Class)

Reports information about errors during authentication.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void error(AuthenticatorErrorEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorErrorEvent {
  public int errorCode;

  public String description;

}

Remarks

The event is fired in case of exceptional conditions during user authentication.

ErrorCode contains an error code and Description contains a textual description of the error.

Notification Event (Authenticator Class)

This event notifies the application about an underlying control flow event.

Syntax

public class DefaultAuthenticatorEventListener implements AuthenticatorEventListener {
  ...
  public void notification(AuthenticatorNotificationEvent e) {}
  ...
}

public class AuthenticatorNotificationEvent {
  public String eventID;

  public String eventParam;

}

Remarks

The class fires this event to let the application know about some event, occurrence, or milestone in the component. For example, it may fire to report completion of the document processing. The list of events being reported is not fixed, and may be flexibly extended over time.

The unique identifier of the event is provided in EventID parameter. EventParam contains any parameters accompanying the occurrence. Depending on the type of the component, the exact action it is performing, or the document being processed, one or both may be omitted.

AuthInfo Type

A container for authentication step information.

Remarks

AuthInfo objects are used to store current authentication information, such as userid and state.

Fields

AuthLog
String

Contains the authentication log. This can be used for accountability purposes.

AuthMethod
String

Contains the current authentication method.

AuthMethodPars
String

Contains the authentication method parameters. These are method-dependent. For example, the dcauth method will have a DC request in this property.

CompletedMethods
String

Contains a comma-separated list of completed authentication methods.

LastAuthMessage
String

Contains an uninterpreted authentication message to be displayed to the authenticating user.

LastAuthResult
int

Contains the result of the last authentication token validation.

RemainingMethods
String

Contains a comma-separated list of authentication methods yet to perform.

State
String

Contains a state of the overall authentication process. Save the content of this property after calling StartAuth or ContinueAuth to remember the setup of the authenticator control, and pass it to the next ContinueAuth call to resume from the same stage.

UserID
String

Returns the ID of the user being authenticated, as passed to StartAuth.

Constructors

public AuthInfo();

Creates a new AuthInfo object.

Certificate Type

Provides details of an individual X.509 certificate.

Remarks

This type provides access to X.509 certificate details.

Fields

Bytes
byte[]

Returns raw certificate data in DER format.

CA
boolean

Indicates whether the certificate has a CA capability (a setting in BasicConstraints extension).

CAKeyID
byte[]

A unique identifier (fingerprint) of the CA certificate's private key.

Authority Key Identifier is a (non-critical) X.509 certificate extension which allows the identification of certificates produced by the same issuer, but with different public keys.

CRLDistributionPoints
String

Locations of the CRL (Certificate Revocation List) distribution points used to check this certificate's validity.

Curve
String

Specifies the elliptic curve of the EC public key.

SB_EC_SECP112R1SECP112R1
SB_EC_SECP112R2SECP112R2
SB_EC_SECP128R1SECP128R1
SB_EC_SECP128R2SECP128R2
SB_EC_SECP160K1SECP160K1
SB_EC_SECP160R1SECP160R1
SB_EC_SECP160R2SECP160R2
SB_EC_SECP192K1SECP192K1
SB_EC_SECP192R1SECP192R1
SB_EC_SECP224K1SECP224K1
SB_EC_SECP224R1SECP224R1
SB_EC_SECP256K1SECP256K1
SB_EC_SECP256R1SECP256R1
SB_EC_SECP384R1SECP384R1
SB_EC_SECP521R1SECP521R1
SB_EC_SECT113R1SECT113R1
SB_EC_SECT113R2SECT113R2
SB_EC_SECT131R1SECT131R1
SB_EC_SECT131R2SECT131R2
SB_EC_SECT163K1SECT163K1
SB_EC_SECT163R1SECT163R1
SB_EC_SECT163R2SECT163R2
SB_EC_SECT193R1SECT193R1
SB_EC_SECT193R2SECT193R2
SB_EC_SECT233K1SECT233K1
SB_EC_SECT233R1SECT233R1
SB_EC_SECT239K1SECT239K1
SB_EC_SECT283K1SECT283K1
SB_EC_SECT283R1SECT283R1
SB_EC_SECT409K1SECT409K1
SB_EC_SECT409R1SECT409R1
SB_EC_SECT571K1SECT571K1
SB_EC_SECT571R1SECT571R1
SB_EC_PRIME192V1PRIME192V1
SB_EC_PRIME192V2PRIME192V2
SB_EC_PRIME192V3PRIME192V3
SB_EC_PRIME239V1PRIME239V1
SB_EC_PRIME239V2PRIME239V2
SB_EC_PRIME239V3PRIME239V3
SB_EC_PRIME256V1PRIME256V1
SB_EC_C2PNB163V1C2PNB163V1
SB_EC_C2PNB163V2C2PNB163V2
SB_EC_C2PNB163V3C2PNB163V3
SB_EC_C2PNB176W1C2PNB176W1
SB_EC_C2TNB191V1C2TNB191V1
SB_EC_C2TNB191V2C2TNB191V2
SB_EC_C2TNB191V3C2TNB191V3
SB_EC_C2ONB191V4C2ONB191V4
SB_EC_C2ONB191V5C2ONB191V5
SB_EC_C2PNB208W1C2PNB208W1
SB_EC_C2TNB239V1C2TNB239V1
SB_EC_C2TNB239V2C2TNB239V2
SB_EC_C2TNB239V3C2TNB239V3
SB_EC_C2ONB239V4C2ONB239V4
SB_EC_C2ONB239V5C2ONB239V5
SB_EC_C2PNB272W1C2PNB272W1
SB_EC_C2PNB304W1C2PNB304W1
SB_EC_C2TNB359V1C2TNB359V1
SB_EC_C2PNB368W1C2PNB368W1
SB_EC_C2TNB431R1C2TNB431R1
SB_EC_NISTP192NISTP192
SB_EC_NISTP224NISTP224
SB_EC_NISTP256NISTP256
SB_EC_NISTP384NISTP384
SB_EC_NISTP521NISTP521
SB_EC_NISTB163NISTB163
SB_EC_NISTB233NISTB233
SB_EC_NISTB283NISTB283
SB_EC_NISTB409NISTB409
SB_EC_NISTB571NISTB571
SB_EC_NISTK163NISTK163
SB_EC_NISTK233NISTK233
SB_EC_NISTK283NISTK283
SB_EC_NISTK409NISTK409
SB_EC_NISTK571NISTK571
SB_EC_GOSTCPTESTGOSTCPTEST
SB_EC_GOSTCPAGOSTCPA
SB_EC_GOSTCPBGOSTCPB
SB_EC_GOSTCPCGOSTCPC
SB_EC_GOSTCPXCHAGOSTCPXCHA
SB_EC_GOSTCPXCHBGOSTCPXCHB
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP160R1BRAINPOOLP160R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP160T1BRAINPOOLP160T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP192R1BRAINPOOLP192R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP192T1BRAINPOOLP192T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP224R1BRAINPOOLP224R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP224T1BRAINPOOLP224T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP256R1BRAINPOOLP256R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP256T1BRAINPOOLP256T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP320R1BRAINPOOLP320R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP320T1BRAINPOOLP320T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP384R1BRAINPOOLP384R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP384T1BRAINPOOLP384T1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP512R1BRAINPOOLP512R1
SB_EC_BRAINPOOLP512T1BRAINPOOLP512T1
SB_EC_CURVE25519CURVE25519
SB_EC_CURVE448CURVE448

Fingerprint
byte[]

Contains the fingerprint (a hash imprint) of this certificate.

FriendlyName
String

Contains an associated alias (friendly name) of the certificate.

HashAlgorithm
String

Specifies the hash algorithm to be used in the operations on the certificate (such as key signing)

SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA1SHA1
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA224SHA224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA256SHA256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA384SHA384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA512SHA512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD2MD2
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD4MD4
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD5MD5
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_RIPEMD160RIPEMD160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_CRC32CRC32
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SSL3SSL3
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_1994GOST1994
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_WHIRLPOOLWHIRLPOOL
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_POLY1305POLY1305
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224SHA3_224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256SHA3_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384SHA3_384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512SHA3_512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128BLAKE2S_128
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160BLAKE2S_160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224BLAKE2S_224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256BLAKE2S_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160BLAKE2B_160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256BLAKE2B_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384BLAKE2B_384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512BLAKE2B_512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_128SHAKE_128
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_256SHAKE_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_128_LENSHAKE_128_LEN
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_256_LENSHAKE_256_LEN

Issuer
String

The common name of the certificate issuer (CA), typically a company name.

IssuerRDN
String

A collection of information, in the form of [OID, Value] pairs, uniquely identifying the certificate issuer.

KeyAlgorithm
String

Specifies the public key algorithm of this certificate.

SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSA_ENCRYPTIONrsaEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_MD2_RSA_ENCRYPTIONmd2withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_MD5_RSA_ENCRYPTIONmd5withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha1withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSAid-dsa
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA1id-dsa-with-sha1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_DH_PUBLICdhpublicnumber
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha224WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha256WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha384WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha512WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSAPSSid-RSASSA-PSS
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSAOAEPid-RSAES-OAEP
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RSASIGNATURE_RIPEMD160ripemd160withRSA
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_ELGAMALelGamal
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RECOMMENDED_ECDSAecdsa-recommended
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ECid-ecPublicKey
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SPECIFIED_ECDSAecdsa-specified
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3410_1994id-GostR3410-94
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3410_2001id-GostR3410-2001
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_WITH_R3410_1994id-GostR3411-94-with-GostR3410-94
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_WITH_R3410_2001id-GostR3411-94-with-GostR3410-2001
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RIPEMD160_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-RIPEMD160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_WHIRLPOOL_RSA_ENCRYPTIONwhirlpoolWithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA224id-dsa-with-sha224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA256id-dsa-with-sha256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA3_224id-dsa-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA3_256id-dsa-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_BLAKE2S_224id-dsa-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_BLAKE2S_256id-dsa-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED25519id-Ed25519
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED448id-Ed448
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED25519_PHid-Ed25519ph
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED448_PHid-Ed448ph
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSAid-EdDSA
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_SIGNATUREid-EdDSA-sig

KeyBits
int

Returns the length of the public key.

KeyFingerprint
byte[]

Returns a fingerprint of the public key contained in the certificate.

KeyUsage
int

Indicates the purposes of the key contained in the certificate, in the form of an OR'ed flag set.

This value is a bit mask of the following values:

ckuUnknown0x00000Unknown key usage

ckuDigitalSignature0x00001Digital signature

ckuNonRepudiation0x00002Non-repudiation

ckuKeyEncipherment0x00004Key encipherment

ckuDataEncipherment0x00008Data encipherment

ckuKeyAgreement0x00010Key agreement

ckuKeyCertSign0x00020Certificate signing

ckuCRLSign0x00040Revocation signing

ckuEncipherOnly0x00080Encipher only

ckuDecipherOnly0x00100Decipher only

ckuServerAuthentication0x00200Server authentication

ckuClientAuthentication0x00400Client authentication

ckuCodeSigning0x00800Code signing

ckuEmailProtection0x01000Email protection

ckuTimeStamping0x02000Timestamping

ckuOCSPSigning0x04000OCSP signing

ckuSmartCardLogon0x08000Smartcard logon

ckuKeyPurposeClientAuth0x10000Kerberos - client authentication

ckuKeyPurposeKDC0x20000Kerberos - KDC

KeyValid
boolean

Returns True if the certificate's key is cryptographically valid, and False otherwise.

OCSPLocations
String

Locations of OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) services that can be used to check this certificate's validity, as recorded by the CA.

OCSPNoCheck
boolean

TBD.

Origin
int

Returns the origin of this certificate.

PolicyIDs
String

Contains identifiers (OIDs) of the applicable certificate policies.

The Certificate Policies extension identifies a sequence of policies under which the certificate has been issued, and which regulate its usage.

PrivateKeyBytes
byte[]

Contains the certificate's private key. It is normal for this property to be empty if the private key is non-exportable.

PrivateKeyExists
boolean

Indicates whether the certificate has an associated private key.

PrivateKeyExtractable
boolean

Indicates whether the private key is extractable

PublicKeyBytes
byte[]

Contains the certificate's public key in DER format.

QualifiedStatements
int

TBD

SelfSigned
boolean

Indicates whether the certificate is self-signed (root) or signed by an external CA.

SerialNumber
byte[]

Returns the certificate's serial number.

SigAlgorithm
String

Indicates the algorithm that was used by the CA to sign this certificate.

Subject
String

The common name of the certificate holder, typically an individual's name, a URL, an e-mail address, or a company name.

SubjectAlternativeName
String

TBD.

SubjectKeyID
byte[]

Contains a unique identifier (fingerprint) of the certificate's private key.

Subject Key Identifier is a (non-critical) X.509 certificate extension which allows the identification of certificates containing a particular public key. In SecureBlackbox, the unique identifier is represented with a SHA1 hash of the bit string of the subject public key.

SubjectRDN
String

A collection of information, in the form of [OID, Value] pairs, uniquely identifying the certificate holder (subject).

ValidFrom
String

The time point at which the certificate becomes valid, in UTC.

ValidTo
String

The time point at which the certificate expires, in UTC.

Constructors

public Certificate(byte[] bytes, int startIndex, int count, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a memory buffer. Bytes is a buffer containing the raw certificate data. StartIndex and Count specify the starting position and number of bytes to be read from the buffer, respectively. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate(byte[] certBytes, int certStartIndex, int certCount, byte[] keyBytes, int keyStartIndex, int keyCount, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a memory buffer. CertBytes is a buffer containing the raw certificate data. CertStartIndex and CertCount specify the number of bytes to be read from the buffer, respectively. KeyBytes is a buffer containing the private key data. KeyStartIndex and KeyCount specify the starting position and number of bytes to be read from the buffer, respectively. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate(byte[] bytes, int startIndex, int count);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a memory buffer. Bytes is a buffer containing the raw certificate data. StartIndex and Count specify the starting position and number of bytes to be read from the buffer, respectively.

public Certificate(String path, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a file. Path specifies the full path to the file containing the certificate data. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate(String certPath, String keyPath, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a file. CertPath specifies the full path to the file containing the certificate data. KeyPath specifies the full path to the file containing the private key. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate(String path);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a file. Path specifies the full path to the file containing the certificate data.

public Certificate(java.io.InputStream stream);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a stream. Stream is a stream containing the certificate data.

public Certificate(java.io.InputStream stream, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a stream. Stream is a stream containing the certificate data. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate(java.io.InputStream certStream, java.io.InputStream keyStream, String password);

Loads the X.509 certificate from a stream. CertStream is a stream containing the certificate data. KeyStream is a stream containing the private key. Password is a password encrypting the certificate.

public Certificate();

Creates a new object with default field values.

CRL Type

Represents a Certificate Revocation List.

Remarks

CRLs store information about revoked certificates, i.e., certificates that have been identified as invalid by their issuing certificate authority (CA) for any number of reasons.

Each CRL object lists certificates from a single CA and identifies them by their serial numbers. A CA may or may not publish a CRL, may publish several CRLs, or may publish the same CRL in multiple locations.

Unlike OCSP responses, CRLs only list certificates that have been revoked. They do not list certificates that are still valid.

Fields

Bytes
byte[]

Returns raw CRL data in DER format.

CAKeyID
byte[]

A unique identifier (fingerprint) of the CA certificate's private key, if present in the CRL.

EntryCount
int

Returns the number of certificate status entries in the CRL.

Issuer
String

The common name of the CRL issuer (CA), typically a company name.

IssuerRDN
String

A collection of information, in the form of [OID, Value] pairs, uniquely identifying the CRL issuer.

Location
String

The URL that the CRL was downloaded from.

NextUpdate
String

The planned time and date of the next version of this CRL to be published.

SigAlgorithm
String

The public key algorithm that was used by the CA to sign this CRL.

TBS
byte[]

The to-be-signed part of the CRL (the CRL without the signature part).

ThisUpdate
String

The date and time at which this version of the CRL was published.

Constructors

public CRL(byte[] bytes, int startIndex, int count);

Creates a CRL object from a memory buffer. Bytes is a buffer containing raw (DER) CRL data, StartIndex and Count specify the starting position and the length of the CRL data in the buffer, respectively.

public CRL(String location);

Creates a CRL object by downloading it from a remote location.

public CRL(java.io.InputStream stream);

Creates a CRL object from data contained in a stream.

public CRL();

Creates an empty CRL object.

ExternalCrypto Type

Specifies the parameters of external cryptographic calls.

Remarks

External cryptocalls are used in a Distributed Cryptography (DC) subsystem, which allows the delegation of security operations to the remote agent. For instance, it can be used to compute the signature value on the server, while retaining the client's private key locally.

Fields

AsyncDocumentID
String

Specifies the document ID for SignAsyncEnd() call

Use this property when working with multi-signature DCAuth requests and responses to uniquely identify documents signed within a larger batch. This value helps ASiCSigner identify the correct signature in the returned batch of responses. If using batched requests, make sure to set this property to the same value on both pre-signing (SignAsyncBegin) and completion (SignAsyncEnd) stages.

CustomParams
String

Custom parameters to be passed to the signing service (uninterpreted).

Data
String

Additional data to be included in the async state and mirrored back by the requestor

ExternalHashCalculation
boolean

Specifies whether the message hash is to be calculated at the external endpoint. Please note that this mode is not supported by all components. In particular, components operating with larger objects (PDFSigner, CAdESSigner, XAdESSigner) do not support it.

HashAlgorithm
String

Specifies the request's signature hash algorithm.

SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA1SHA1
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA224SHA224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA256SHA256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA384SHA384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA512SHA512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD2MD2
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD4MD4
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_MD5MD5
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_RIPEMD160RIPEMD160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_CRC32CRC32
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SSL3SSL3
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_1994GOST1994
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_WHIRLPOOLWHIRLPOOL
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_POLY1305POLY1305
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224SHA3_224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256SHA3_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384SHA3_384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512SHA3_512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128BLAKE2S_128
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160BLAKE2S_160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224BLAKE2S_224
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256BLAKE2S_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160BLAKE2B_160
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256BLAKE2B_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384BLAKE2B_384
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512BLAKE2B_512
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_128SHAKE_128
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_256SHAKE_256
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_128_LENSHAKE_128_LEN
SB_HASH_ALGORITHM_SHAKE_256_LENSHAKE_256_LEN

KeyID
String

The ID of the pre-shared key used for DC request authentication.

Asynchronous DCAuth-driven communication requires that parties authenticate each other with a secret pre-shared cryptographic key. This provides extra protection layer for the protocol and diminishes the risk of private key becoming abused by foreign parties. Use this property to provide the pre-shared key identifier, and use KeySecret to pass the key itself.

The same KeyID/KeySecret pair should be used on the DCAuth side for the signing requests to be accepted.

Note: The KeyID/KeySecret scheme is very similar to the AuthKey scheme used in various Cloud service providers to authenticate users.

Example: signer.ExternalCrypto.KeyID = "MainSigningKey"; signer.ExternalCrypto.KeySecret = "abcdef0123456789";

KeySecret
String

The pre-shared key used for DC request authentication. This key must be set and match the key used by the DCAuth counterpart for the scheme to work.

Read more about configuring authentication in the KeyID topic.

Method
int

Specifies the asynchronous signing method. This is typically defined by the DC server capabilities and setup.

Available options:

asmdPKCS10
asmdPKCS71

Mode
int

Specifies the external cryptography mode.

Available options:

ecmDefaultThe default value (0)
ecmDisabledDo not use DC or external signing (1)
ecmGenericGeneric external signing with OnExternalSign event (2)
ecmDCAuthDCAuth signing (3)
ecmDCAuthJSONDCAuth signing in JSON format (4)

PublicKeyAlgorithm
String

Provide public key algorithm here if the certificate is not available on the pre-signing stage.

SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSA_ENCRYPTIONrsaEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_MD2_RSA_ENCRYPTIONmd2withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_MD5_RSA_ENCRYPTIONmd5withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha1withRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSAid-dsa
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA1id-dsa-with-sha1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_DH_PUBLICdhpublicnumber
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha224WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha256WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha384WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONsha512WithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSAPSSid-RSASSA-PSS
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_RSAOAEPid-RSAES-OAEP
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RSASIGNATURE_RIPEMD160ripemd160withRSA
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_ELGAMALelGamal
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RECOMMENDED_ECDSAecdsa-recommended
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_ECDSAecdsa-with-SHA512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ECid-ecPublicKey
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SPECIFIED_ECDSAecdsa-specified
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3410_1994id-GostR3410-94
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3410_2001id-GostR3410-2001
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_WITH_R3410_1994id-GostR3411-94-with-GostR3410-94
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_GOST_R3411_WITH_R3410_2001id-GostR3411-94-with-GostR3410-2001
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA1_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA1
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA224_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA256_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA384_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA512_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-SHA512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_RIPEMD160_ECDSA_PLAINecdsa-plain-RIPEMD160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_WHIRLPOOL_RSA_ENCRYPTIONwhirlpoolWithRSAEncryption
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA224id-dsa-with-sha224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA256id-dsa-with-sha256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_224_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_384_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_SHA3_512_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-sha3-512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA3_224id-dsa-with-sha3-224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_SHA3_256id-dsa-with-sha3-256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_RSA_ENCRYPTIONid-rsassa-pkcs1-v1_5-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_ECDSAid-ecdsa-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_128_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s128
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_160_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_224_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2S_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_160_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b160
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_256_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_384_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b384
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_BLAKE2B_512_ECDSA_PLAINid-ecdsa-plain-with-blake2b512
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_BLAKE2S_224id-dsa-with-blake2s224
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_ID_DSA_BLAKE2S_256id-dsa-with-blake2s256
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED25519id-Ed25519
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED448id-Ed448
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED25519_PHid-Ed25519ph
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_ED448_PHid-Ed448ph
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSAid-EdDSA
SB_CERT_ALGORITHM_EDDSA_SIGNATUREid-EdDSA-sig

Constructors

public ExternalCrypto();

Creates a new ExternalCrypto object with default field values.

OCSPResponse Type

Represents a single OCSP response originating from an OCSP responder.

Remarks

OCSP is a protocol that allows verification of certificate status in real-time, and is an alternative to Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL).

An OCSP response is a snapshot of the certificate status at a given time.

Fields

Bytes
byte[]

Buffer containing raw OCSP response data.

EntryCount
int

The number of SingleResponse elements contained in this OCSP response. Each SingleResponse element corresponds to a certificate status.

Issuer
String

Indicates the issuer of this response (a CA or its authorized representative).

IssuerRDN
String

Indicates the RDN of the issuer of this response (a CA or its authorized representative).

Location
String

Location of the OCSP responder.

ProducedAt
String

Specifies the time when the response was produced, in UTC.

Constructors

public OCSPResponse(byte[] bytes, int startIndex, int count);

Initializes the response from a memory buffer. Bytes is a buffer containing raw OCSP response data, StartIndex and Count specify the starting position and the number of bytes to be read from this buffer.

public OCSPResponse(String location);

Downloads an OCSP response from a remote location.

public OCSPResponse(java.io.InputStream stream);

Initializes the response with the data from a stream.

public OCSPResponse();

Creates an empty OCSP response object.

ProxySettings Type

A container for proxy server settings.

Remarks

This type exposes a collection of properties for tuning up the proxy server configuration.

Fields

Address
String

The IP address of the proxy server.

Authentication
int

The authentication type used by the proxy server.

patNoAuthentication0
patBasic1
patDigest2
patNTLM3

Password
String

The password to authenticate to the proxy server.

Port
int

The port on the proxy server to connect to.

ProxyType
int

The type of the proxy server.

The WebTunnel proxy is also known as HTTPS proxy. Unlike HTTP proxy, HTTPS proxy (WebTunnel) provides end-to-end security.

cptNone0
cptSocks41
cptSocks52
cptWebTunnel3
cptHTTP4

RequestHeaders
String

Contains HTTP request headers for WebTunnel and HTTP proxy.

ResponseBody
String

Contains the HTTP or HTTPS (WebTunnel) proxy response body.

ResponseHeaders
String

Contains response headers received from an HTTP or HTTPS (WebTunnel) proxy server.

UseIPv6
boolean

Specifies whether IPv6 should be used when connecting through the proxy.

UseProxy
boolean

Enables or disables proxy-driven connection.

Username
String

Specifies the username credential for proxy authentication.

Constructors

public ProxySettings();

Creates a new ProxySettings object.

SocketSettings Type

A container for the socket settings.

Remarks

This type is a container for socket-layer parameters.

Fields

DNSMode
int

Selects the DNS resolver to use: the component's (secure) built-in one, or the one provided by the system.

dmAuto0
dmPlatform1
dmOwn2
dmOwnSecure3

DNSPort
int

Specifies the port number to be used for sending queries to the DNS server.

DNSQueryTimeout
int

The timeout (in milliseconds) for each DNS query. The value of 0 indicates the infinite timeout.

DNSServers
String

The addresses of DNS servers to use for address resolution, separated by commas or semicolons.

DNSTotalTimeout
int

The timeout (in milliseconds) for the whole resolution process. The value of 0 indicates the infinite timeout.

IncomingSpeedLimit
int

The maximum number of bytes to read from the socket, per second.

LocalAddress
String

The local network interface to bind the socket to.

LocalPort
int

The local port number to bind the socket to.

OutgoingSpeedLimit
int

The maximum number of bytes to write to the socket, per second.

Timeout
int

The maximum period of waiting, in milliseconds, after which the socket operation is considered unsuccessful.

If Timeout is set to 0, a socket operation will expire after the system-default timeout (2 hrs 8 min for TCP stack).

UseIPv6
boolean

Enables or disables IP protocol version 6.

Constructors

public SocketSettings();

Creates a new SocketSettings object.

TLSSettings Type

A container for TLS connection settings.

Remarks

TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol provides security for information exchanged over insecure connections such as TCP/IP.

Fields

AutoValidateCertificates
boolean

Specifies whether server-side TLS certificates should be validated automatically using internal validation rules.

BaseConfiguration
int

Selects the base configuration for the TLS settings. Several profiles are on offer, tuned up for different purposes, such as high security or higher compatibility.

stpcDefault0
stpcCompatible1
stpcComprehensiveInsecure2
stpcHighlySecure3

Ciphersuites
String

A list of ciphersuites separated with commas or semicolons. Each ciphersuite in the list may be prefixed with a minus sign (-) to indicate that the ciphersuite should be disabled rather than enabled. Besides the specific ciphersuite modifiers, this property supports the all (and -all) aliases that allow to blanketly enable or disable all ciphersuites at once.

Note: the list of ciphersuites provided to this property alters the baseline list of ciphersuites as defined by BaseConfiguration. Remember to start your ciphersuite string with -all; if you need to only enable a specific fixed set of ciphersuites. The list of supported ciphersuites is provided below:

  • NULL_NULL_NULL
  • RSA_NULL_MD5
  • RSA_NULL_SHA
  • RSA_RC4_MD5
  • RSA_RC4_SHA
  • RSA_RC2_MD5
  • RSA_IDEA_MD5
  • RSA_IDEA_SHA
  • RSA_DES_MD5
  • RSA_DES_SHA
  • RSA_3DES_MD5
  • RSA_3DES_SHA
  • RSA_AES128_SHA
  • RSA_AES256_SHA
  • DH_DSS_DES_SHA
  • DH_DSS_3DES_SHA
  • DH_DSS_AES128_SHA
  • DH_DSS_AES256_SHA
  • DH_RSA_DES_SHA
  • DH_RSA_3DES_SHA
  • DH_RSA_AES128_SHA
  • DH_RSA_AES256_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_DES_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_3DES_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_AES128_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_AES256_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_DES_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_3DES_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_AES128_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_AES256_SHA
  • DH_ANON_RC4_MD5
  • DH_ANON_DES_SHA
  • DH_ANON_3DES_SHA
  • DH_ANON_AES128_SHA
  • DH_ANON_AES256_SHA
  • RSA_RC2_MD5_EXPORT
  • RSA_RC4_MD5_EXPORT
  • RSA_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • DH_DSS_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • DH_RSA_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • DHE_DSS_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • DHE_RSA_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • DH_ANON_RC4_MD5_EXPORT
  • DH_ANON_DES_SHA_EXPORT
  • RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • DH_ANON_CAMELLIA128_SHA
  • RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • DH_ANON_CAMELLIA256_SHA
  • PSK_RC4_SHA
  • PSK_3DES_SHA
  • PSK_AES128_SHA
  • PSK_AES256_SHA
  • DHE_PSK_RC4_SHA
  • DHE_PSK_3DES_SHA
  • DHE_PSK_AES128_SHA
  • DHE_PSK_AES256_SHA
  • RSA_PSK_RC4_SHA
  • RSA_PSK_3DES_SHA
  • RSA_PSK_AES128_SHA
  • RSA_PSK_AES256_SHA
  • RSA_SEED_SHA
  • DH_DSS_SEED_SHA
  • DH_RSA_SEED_SHA
  • DHE_DSS_SEED_SHA
  • DHE_RSA_SEED_SHA
  • DH_ANON_SEED_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_3DES_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_RSA_3DES_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_DSS_3DES_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_AES128_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_RSA_AES128_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_DSS_AES128_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_AES256_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_RSA_AES256_SHA
  • SRP_SHA_DSS_AES256_SHA
  • ECDH_ECDSA_NULL_SHA
  • ECDH_ECDSA_RC4_SHA
  • ECDH_ECDSA_3DES_SHA
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES128_SHA
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES256_SHA
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_NULL_SHA
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_RC4_SHA
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_3DES_SHA
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES128_SHA
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES256_SHA
  • ECDH_RSA_NULL_SHA
  • ECDH_RSA_RC4_SHA
  • ECDH_RSA_3DES_SHA
  • ECDH_RSA_AES128_SHA
  • ECDH_RSA_AES256_SHA
  • ECDHE_RSA_NULL_SHA
  • ECDHE_RSA_RC4_SHA
  • ECDHE_RSA_3DES_SHA
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES128_SHA
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES256_SHA
  • ECDH_ANON_NULL_SHA
  • ECDH_ANON_RC4_SHA
  • ECDH_ANON_3DES_SHA
  • ECDH_ANON_AES128_SHA
  • ECDH_ANON_AES256_SHA
  • RSA_NULL_SHA256
  • RSA_AES128_SHA256
  • RSA_AES256_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_AES128_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_AES128_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_AES128_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_AES128_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_AES256_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_AES256_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_AES256_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_AES256_SHA256
  • DH_ANON_AES128_SHA256
  • DH_ANON_AES256_SHA256
  • RSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • RSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_RSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_RSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_DSS_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_DSS_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_ANON_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_ANON_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES256_SHA384
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES128_SHA256
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES256_SHA384
  • ECDH_RSA_AES128_SHA256
  • ECDH_RSA_AES256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDH_ECDSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDHE_RSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDH_RSA_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDH_RSA_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • PSK_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • PSK_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_PSK_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • RSA_PSK_AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • PSK_AES128_SHA256
  • PSK_AES256_SHA384
  • PSK_NULL_SHA256
  • PSK_NULL_SHA384
  • DHE_PSK_AES128_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_AES256_SHA384
  • DHE_PSK_NULL_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_NULL_SHA384
  • RSA_PSK_AES128_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_AES256_SHA384
  • RSA_PSK_NULL_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_NULL_SHA384
  • RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DH_ANON_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • DH_ANON_CAMELLIA256_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • ECDH_ECDSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • ECDH_ECDSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • ECDH_RSA_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • ECDH_RSA_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • RSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • RSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_RSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_DSS_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_DSS_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DH_anon_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DH_anon_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDH_ECDSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDH_ECDSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDHE_RSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDHE_RSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • ECDH_RSA_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • ECDH_RSA_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • PSK_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • PSK_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • DHE_PSK_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • RSA_PSK_CAMELLIA128_GCM_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_CAMELLIA256_GCM_SHA384
  • PSK_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • PSK_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • DHE_PSK_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • RSA_PSK_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_PSK_CAMELLIA128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_PSK_CAMELLIA256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_PSK_RC4_SHA
  • ECDHE_PSK_3DES_SHA
  • ECDHE_PSK_AES128_SHA
  • ECDHE_PSK_AES256_SHA
  • ECDHE_PSK_AES128_SHA256
  • ECDHE_PSK_AES256_SHA384
  • ECDHE_PSK_NULL_SHA
  • ECDHE_PSK_NULL_SHA256
  • ECDHE_PSK_NULL_SHA384
  • ECDHE_RSA_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • ECDHE_ECDSA_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • DHE_RSA_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • PSK_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • ECDHE_PSK_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • DHE_PSK_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • RSA_PSK_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • AES128_GCM_SHA256
  • AES256_GCM_SHA384
  • CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • AES128_CCM_SHA256
  • AES128_CCM8_SHA256

ECCurves
String

Defines the elliptic curves to enable.

Extensions
String

Provides access to TLS extensions.

ForceResumeIfDestinationChanges
boolean

Whether to force TLS session resumption when the destination address changes.

PreSharedIdentity
String

Defines the identity used when the PSK (Pre-Shared Key) key-exchange mechanism is negotiated.

PreSharedKey
String

Contains the pre-shared for the PSK (Pre-Shared Key) key-exchange mechanism, encoded with base16.

PreSharedKeyCiphersuite
String

Defines the ciphersuite used for PSK (Pre-Shared Key) negotiation.

RenegotiationAttackPreventionMode
int

Selects renegotiation attack prevention mechanism.

The following options are available:

crapmCompatible0TLS 1.0 and 1.1 compatibility mode (renegotiation indication extension is disabled).
crapmStrict1Renegotiation attack prevention is enabled and enforced.
crapmAuto2Automatically choose whether to enable or disable renegotiation attack prevention.

RevocationCheck
int

Specifies the kind(s) of revocation check to perform.

Revocation checking is necessary to ensure the integrity of the chain and obtain up-to-date certificate validity and trustworthiness information.

crcNone (0)No revocation checking
crcAuto (1)Automatic mode selection. Currently this maps to crcAnyOCSPOrCRL, but it may change in the future.
crcAllCRL (2)Check all provided CRL endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAllOCSP (3)Check all provided OCSP endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAllCRLAndOCSP (4)Check all CRL and OCSP endpoints for all chain certificates.
crcAnyCRL (5)At least one CRL check for every certificate in the chain must succeed.
crcAnyOCSP (6)At least one OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed.
crcAnyCRLOrOCSP (7)At least one CRL or OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed. CRL endpoints are checked first.
crcAnyOCSPOrCRL (8)At least one CRL or OCSP check for every certificate in the chain must succeed. OCSP endpoints are checked first.

This setting controls the way the revocation checks are performed. Typically certificates come with two types of revocation information sources: CRL (certificate revocation lists) and OCSP responders. CRLs are static objects periodically published by the CA at some online location. OCSP responders are active online services maintained by the CA that can provide up-to-date information on certificate statuses in near real time.

There are some conceptual differences between the two. CRLs are normally larger in size. Their use involves some latency because there is normally some delay between the time when a certificate was revoked and the time the subsequent CRL mentioning that is published. The benefits of CRL is that the same object can provide statuses for all certificates issued by a particular CA, and that the whole technology is much simpler than OCSP (and thus is supported by more CAs).

This setting lets you adjust the validation course by including or excluding certain types of revocation sources from the validation process. The crcAnyOCSPOrCRL setting (give preference to faster OCSP route and only demand one source to succeed) is a good choice for most of typical validation environments. The "crcAll*" modes are much stricter, and may be used in scenarios where bulletproof validity information is essential.

SSLOptions
int

Various SSL (TLS) protocol options, set of

cssloExpectShutdownMessage0x001Wait for the close-notify message when shutting down the connection

cssloOpenSSLDTLSWorkaround0x002(DEPRECATED) Use a DTLS version workaround when talking to very old OpenSSL versions

cssloDisableKexLengthAlignment0x004Do not align the client-side PMS by the RSA modulus size. It is unlikely that you will ever need to adjust it.

cssloForceUseOfClientCertHashAlg0x008Enforce use of client certificate hash algorithm. It is unlikely that you will ever need to adjust it.

cssloAutoAddServerNameExtension0x010Automatically add server name extension when known

cssloAcceptTrustedSRPPrimesOnly0x020Accept trusted SRP primes only

cssloDisableSignatureAlgorithmsExtension0x040Disable (not send) signature algorithms extension. It is unlikely that you will ever need to adjust it.

cssloIntolerateHigherProtocolVersions0x080(server option) Do not allow fallback from TLS versions higher than currently enabled

cssloStickToPrefCertHashAlg0x100Stick to preferred certificate hash algorithms

cssloNoImplicitTLS12Fallback0x200Disable implicit TLS 1.3 to 1.2 fallbacks

cssloUseHandshakeBatches0x400Send handshake message as large batches rather than individually

TLSMode
int

Specifies the TLS mode to use.

smDefault0
smNoTLS1Do not use TLS
smExplicitTLS2Connect to the server without any encryption and then request an SSL session.
smImplicitTLS3Connect to the specified port, and establish the SSL session at once.

UseExtendedMasterSecret
boolean

Enables Extended Master Secret Extension, as defined in RFC 7627.

UseSessionResumption
boolean

Enables or disables TLS session resumption capability.

Versions
int

Th SSL/TLS versions to enable by default.

csbSSL20x01SSL 2

csbSSL30x02SSL 3

csbTLS10x04TLS 1.0

csbTLS110x08TLS 1.1

csbTLS120x10TLS 1.2

csbTLS130x20TLS 1.3

Constructors

public TLSSettings();

Creates a new TLSSettings object.

UserAccount Type

A container for user account information.

Remarks

UserAccount objects are used to store user account information, such as logins and passwords.

Fields

AssociatedData
byte[]

Contains the user's Associated Data when SSH AEAD (Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data) algorithm is used.

BasePath
String

Base path for this user in the server's file system.

Cert
byte[]

Contains the user's certificate.

Data
String

Contains uninterpreted user-defined data that should be associated with the user account, such as comments or custom settings.

HashAlgorithm
String

Specifies the hash algorithm used to generate TOTP (Time-based One-Time Passwords) passwords for this user. Three HMAC algorithms are supported, with SHA-1, SHA-256, and SHA-512 digests:

SB_MAC_ALGORITHM_HMAC_SHA1SHA1
SB_MAC_ALGORITHM_HMAC_SHA256SHA256
SB_MAC_ALGORITHM_HMAC_SHA512SHA512

IncomingSpeedLimit
int

Specifies the incoming speed limit for this user. The value of 0 (zero) means "no limitation".

OtpAlgorithm
int

The algorithm used to generate one-time passwords (OTP) for this user, either HOTP (Hash-based OTP) or TOTP (Time-based OTP). In the former case, a value of a dedicated counter is used to generate a unique password, while in the latter the password is generated on the basis of the current time value.

oaHmac0
oaTime1

OtpValue
int

The user's time interval (TOTP) or Counter (HOTP).

OutgoingSpeedLimit
int

Specifies the outgoing speed limit for this user. The value of 0 (zero) means "no limitation".

Password
String

The user's authentication password.

PasswordLen
int

Specifies the length of the user's OTP password.

SharedSecret
byte[]

Contains the user's secret key, which is essentially a shared secret between the client and server.

Shared secrets can be used in TLS-driven protocols, as well as in OTP (where it is called a 'key secret') for generating one-time passwords on one side, and validate them on the other.

SSHKey
byte[]

Contains the user's SSH key.

Username
String

The registered name (login) of the user.

Constructors

public UserAccount();

Creates a new UserAccount object.

Configuration Settings (Authenticator Class)

The class accepts one or more of the following configuration settings. Configuration settings are similar in functionality to properties, but they are rarely used. In order to avoid "polluting" the property namespace of the class, access to these internal properties is provided through the Config method.

DCAuthenticator Configuration Settings

ForceCompleteChainValidationForTrusted:   Whether to continue with the full validation up to the root CA certificate for mid-level trust anchors.

Set this property to True to enable full chain validation for explicitly trusted intermediary or end-entity certificates. This may be useful when creating signatures to enforce completeness of the collected revocation information. It often makes sense to set this property to false when validating signatures to reduce validation time and avoid issues with badly configured environments.

IgnoreOCSPNoCheckExtension:   Whether OCSP NoCheck extension should be ignored.

Set this property to false to make the validation engine ignore the OCSP no-check extension. You would normally need to set this property when validating severely non-compliant chains that misuse the extension, causing chain loops or other validation issues.

IgnoreSystemTrust:   Whether trusted Windows Certificate Stores should be treated as trusted.

Specifies whether, during chain validation, the component should respect the trust to CA certificates as configured in the operating system. In Windows this effectively defines whether the component should trust the certificates residing in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.

If IgnoreSystemTrust is True, certificates residing in the trusted root store are treated as if they are known, rather than trusted. Only certificates provided via other means (such as TrustedCertificates property) are considered trusted.

ImplicitlyTrustSelfSignedCertificates:   Whether to trust self-signed certificates.

Set this property to True to implicitly trust all self-signed certificates. Use it with care as trusting just about every self-signed certificate is unwise. One exceptional reason where this property may be handy is where a chain is validated in an environment that is not supposed to trust it (for example, a signing, rather than verifying environment, or a QA server). Trusting all self-signing certificates (which are normally trusted) allows to emulate the verifying environment without actually changing its security settings.

PromoteLongOCSPResponses:   Whether long OCSP responses are requested.

Set this property to True to force the class to publish 'long' form of OCSP responses. Otherwise, only BasicOCSPResponse blobs are promoted.

TolerateMinorChainIssues:   Whether to tolerate minor chain issues.

TBD

UseMicrosoftCTL:   Enables or disables automatic use of Microsoft online certificate trust list.

Enable this property to make the chain validation module automatically look up missing CA certificates in the public Windows Update repository.

UseSystemCertificates:   Enables or disables the use of the system certificates.

Use this property to tell chain validation module automatically look up missing CA certificates in the system certificates. In many cases it is beneficial to switch this property on, as the operating system certificate configuration provides a representative trust framework.

Base Configuration Settings

CheckKeyIntegrityBeforeUse:   Enables or disable private key integrity check before use.

This global property enables or disables private key material check before each signing operation. This slows down performance a bit, but prevents a selection of attacks on RSA keys where keys with unknown origins are used.

You can switch this property off to improve performance if your project only uses known, good private keys.

CookieCaching:   Specifies whether a cookie cache should be used for HTTP(S) transports.

Set this property to enable or disable cookies caching for the class.

Supported values are:

offNo caching (default)
localLocal caching (supported for HTTPClient, RESTClient and SOAPClient only)
globalGlobal caching

Cookies:   Gets or sets local cookies for the class (supported for HTTPClient, RESTClient and SOAPClient only).

Use this property to get cookies from the internal cookie storage of the class and/or restore them back between application sessions.

DefDeriveKeyIterations:   Specifies the default key derivation algorithm iteration count.

This global property sets the default number of iterations for all supported key derivation algorithms. Note that you can provide the required number of iterations by using properties of the relevant key generation component; this global setting is used in scenarios where specific iteration count is not or cannot be provided.

EnableClientSideSSLFFDHE:   Enables or disables finite field DHE key exchange support in TLS clients.

This global property enables or disables support for finite field DHE key exchange methods in TLS clients. FF DHE is a slower algorithm if compared to EC DHE; enabling it may result in slower connections.

This setting only applies to sessions negotiated with TLS version 1.3.

GlobalCookies:   Gets or sets global cookies for all the HTTP transports.

Use this property to get cookies from the GLOBAL cookie storage or restore them back between application sessions. These cookies will be used by all the classes that have its CookieCaching property set to "global".

HttpUserAgent:   Specifies the user agent name to be used by all HTTP clients.

This global setting defines the User-Agent field of the HTTP request provides information about the software that initiates the request. This value will be used by all the HTTP clients including the ones used internally in other classes.

LogDestination:   Specifies the debug log destination.

Contains a comma-separated list of values that specifies where debug log should be dumped.

Supported values are:

fileFile
consoleConsole
systemlogSystem Log (supported for Android only)
debuggerDebugger (supported for VCL for Windows and .Net)

LogDetails:   Specifies the debug log details to dump.

Contains a comma-separated list of values that specifies which debug log details to dump.

Supported values are:

timeCurrent time
levelLevel
packagePackage name
moduleModule name
classClass name
methodMethod name
threadidThread Id
contenttypeContent type
contentContent
allAll details

LogFile:   Specifies the debug log filename.

Use this property to provide a path to the log file.

LogFilters:   Specifies the debug log filters.

Contains a comma-separated list of value pairs ("name:value") that describe filters.

Supported filter names are:

exclude-packageExclude a package specified in the value
exclude-moduleExclude a module specified in the value
exclude-classExclude a class specified in the value
exclude-methodExclude a method specified in the value
include-packageInclude a package specified in the value
include-moduleInclude a module specified in the value
include-classInclude a class specified in the value
include-methodInclude a method specified in the value

LogFlushMode:   Specifies the log flush mode.

Use this property to set the log flush mode. The following values are defined:

noneNo flush (caching only)
immediateImmediate flush (real-time logging)
maxcountFlush cached entries upon reaching LogMaxEventCount entries in the cache.

LogLevel:   Specifies the debug log level.

Use this property to provide the desired debug log level.

Supported values are:

noneNone (by default)
fatalSevere errors that cause premature termination.
errorOther runtime errors or unexpected conditions.
warningUse of deprecated APIs, poor use of API, 'almost' errors, other runtime situations that are undesirable or unexpected, but not necessarily "wrong".
infoInteresting runtime events (startup/shutdown).
debugDetailed information on flow of through the system.
traceMore detailed information.

LogMaxEventCount:   Specifies the maximum number of events to cache before further action is taken.

Use this property to specify the log event number threshold. This threshold may have different effects, depending on the rotation setting and/or the flush mode.

The default value of this setting is 100.

LogRotationMode:   Specifies the log rotation mode.

Use this property to set the log rotation mode. The following values are defined:

noneNo rotation
deleteolderDelete older entries from the cache upon reaching LogMaxEventCount
keepolderKeep older entries in the cache upon reaching LogMaxEventCount (newer entries are discarded)

MaxASN1BufferLength:   Specifies the maximal allowed length for ASN.1 primitive tag data.

This global property limits the maximal allowed length for ASN.1 tag data for non-content-carrying structures, such as certificates, CRLs, or timestamps. It does not affect structures that can carry content, such as CMS/CAdES messages. This is a security property aiming at preventing DoS attacks.

MaxASN1TreeDepth:   Specifies the maximal depth for processed ASN.1 trees.

This global property limits the maximal depth of ASN.1 trees that the component can handle without throwing an error. This is a security property aiming at preventing DoS attacks.

OCSPHashAlgorithm:   Specifies the hash algorithm to be used to identify certificates in OCSP requests.

This global setting defines the hash algorithm to use in OCSP requests during chain validation. Some OCSP responders can only use older algorithms, in which case setting this property to SHA1 may be helpful.

Tag:   Allows to store any custom data.

Use this config property to store any custom data.

UseSharedSystemStorages:   Specifies whether the validation engine should use a global per-process copy of the system certificate stores.

Set this global property to false to make each validation run use its own copy of system certificate stores.

UseSystemOAEPAndPSS:   Enforces or disables the use of system-driven RSA OAEP and PSS computations.

This global setting defines who is responsible for performing RSA-OAEP and RSA-PSS computations where the private key is stored in a Windows system store and is exportable. If set to true, SBB will delegate the computations to Windows via a CryptoAPI call. Otherwise, it will export the key material and perform the computations using its own OAEP/PSS implementation.

This setting only applies to certificates originating from a Windows system store.

UseSystemRandom:   Enables or disables the use of the OS PRNG.

Use this global property to enable or disable the use of operating system-driven pseudorandom number generation.

Trappable Errors (Authenticator Class)

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