/* ecc.h
Copyright (C) 2013 Niels MÃ¶ller
This file is part of GNU Nettle.
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*/
/* Development of Nettle's ECC support was funded by the .SE Internet Fund. */
#ifndef NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED
#define NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED
#include "nettle-types.h"
#include "bignum.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/* Name mangling */
#define ecc_point_init nettle_ecc_point_init
#define ecc_point_clear nettle_ecc_point_clear
#define ecc_point_set nettle_ecc_point_set
#define ecc_point_get nettle_ecc_point_get
#define ecc_point_mul nettle_ecc_point_mul
#define ecc_point_mul_g nettle_ecc_point_mul_g
#define ecc_scalar_init nettle_ecc_scalar_init
#define ecc_scalar_clear nettle_ecc_scalar_clear
#define ecc_scalar_set nettle_ecc_scalar_set
#define ecc_scalar_get nettle_ecc_scalar_get
#define ecc_scalar_random nettle_ecc_scalar_random
#define ecc_point_mul nettle_ecc_point_mul
#define ecc_bit_size nettle_ecc_bit_size
#define ecc_size nettle_ecc_size
#define ecc_size_a nettle_ecc_size_a
#define ecc_size_j nettle_ecc_size_j
struct ecc_curve;
/* High level interface, for ECDSA, DH, etc */
/* Represents a point on the ECC curve */
struct ecc_point
{
const struct ecc_curve *ecc;
/* Allocated using the same allocation function as GMP. */
mp_limb_t *p;
};
/* Represents a non-zero scalar, an element of Z_q^*, where q is the
group order of the curve. */
struct ecc_scalar
{
const struct ecc_curve *ecc;
/* Allocated using the same allocation function as GMP. */
mp_limb_t *p;
};
void
ecc_point_init (struct ecc_point *p, const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_point_clear (struct ecc_point *p);
/* Fails and returns zero if the point is not on the curve. */
int
ecc_point_set (struct ecc_point *p, const mpz_t x, const mpz_t y);
void
ecc_point_get (const struct ecc_point *p, mpz_t x, mpz_t y);
void
ecc_scalar_init (struct ecc_scalar *s, const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
void
ecc_scalar_clear (struct ecc_scalar *s);
/* Fails and returns zero if the scalar is not in the proper range. */
int
ecc_scalar_set (struct ecc_scalar *s, const mpz_t z);
void
ecc_scalar_get (const struct ecc_scalar *s, mpz_t z);
/* Generates a random scalar, suitable as an ECDSA private key or a
ECDH exponent. */
void
ecc_scalar_random (struct ecc_scalar *s,
void *random_ctx, nettle_random_func *random);
/* Computes r = n p */
void
ecc_point_mul (struct ecc_point *r, const struct ecc_scalar *n,
const struct ecc_point *p);
/* Computes r = n g */
void
ecc_point_mul_g (struct ecc_point *r, const struct ecc_scalar *n);
/* Low-level interface */
/* Points on a curve are represented as arrays of mp_limb_t, with
curve-specific representation. For the secp curves, we use Jacobian
coordinates (possibly in Montgomery form for mod multiplication).
For curve25519 we use homogeneous coordinates on an equivalent
Edwards curve. The suffix "_h" denotes this internal
representation.
Since we use additive notation for the groups, the infinity point
on the curve is denoted 0. The infinity point can be represented
with x = y = 0 in affine coordinates, and Z = 0 in Jacobian
coordinates. However, note that most of the ECC functions do *not*
support infinity as an input or output.
*/
/* Returns the bit size of a single coordinate (and of the prime p). */
unsigned
ecc_bit_size (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
/* Returns the size of a single coordinate. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
/* Size of a point, using affine coordinates x, y. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size_a (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
/* Size of a point, using jacobian coordinates X, Y and Z. */
mp_size_t
ecc_size_j (const struct ecc_curve *ecc);
/* FIXME: Define a generic ecc_dup, ecc_add, for any type of curve. Do
they need to handle infinity points? */
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* NETTLE_ECC_H_INCLUDED */