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KRB5_AUTH_CONTEXT(3)		   BSD Library Functions Manual 	     KRB5_AUTH_CONTEXT(3)

     krb5_auth_con_addflags, krb5_auth_con_free, krb5_auth_con_genaddrs,
     krb5_auth_con_generatelocalsubkey, krb5_auth_con_getaddrs, krb5_auth_con_getauthenticator,
     krb5_auth_con_getflags, krb5_auth_con_getkey, krb5_auth_con_getlocalsubkey,
     krb5_auth_con_getrcache, krb5_auth_con_getremotesubkey, krb5_auth_con_getuserkey,
     krb5_auth_con_init, krb5_auth_con_initivector, krb5_auth_con_removeflags,
     krb5_auth_con_setaddrs, krb5_auth_con_setaddrs_from_fd, krb5_auth_con_setflags,
     krb5_auth_con_setivector, krb5_auth_con_setkey, krb5_auth_con_setlocalsubkey,
     krb5_auth_con_setrcache, krb5_auth_con_setremotesubkey, krb5_auth_con_setuserkey,
     krb5_auth_context, krb5_auth_getcksumtype, krb5_auth_getkeytype,
     krb5_auth_getlocalseqnumber, krb5_auth_getremoteseqnumber, krb5_auth_setcksumtype,
     krb5_auth_setkeytype, krb5_auth_setlocalseqnumber, krb5_auth_setremoteseqnumber,
     krb5_free_authenticator -- manage authentication on connection level

     Kerberos 5 Library (libkrb5, -lkrb5)

     #include <krb5/krb5.h>

     krb5_auth_con_init(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context *auth_context);

     krb5_auth_con_free(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context);

     krb5_auth_con_setflags(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context, int32_t flags);

     krb5_auth_con_getflags(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 int32_t *flags);

     krb5_auth_con_addflags(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 int32_t addflags, int32_t *flags);

     krb5_auth_con_removeflags(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 int32_t removelags, int32_t *flags);

     krb5_auth_con_setaddrs(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_address *local_addr, krb5_address *remote_addr);

     krb5_auth_con_getaddrs(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_address **local_addr, krb5_address **remote_addr);

     krb5_auth_con_genaddrs(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context, int fd,
	 int flags);

     krb5_auth_con_setaddrs_from_fd(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 void *p_fd);

     krb5_auth_con_getkey(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_keyblock **keyblock);

     krb5_auth_con_getlocalsubkey(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_keyblock **keyblock);

     krb5_auth_con_getremotesubkey(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_keyblock **keyblock);

     krb5_auth_con_generatelocalsubkey(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context,
	 krb5_keyblock, *key");

     krb5_auth_con_initivector(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context auth_context);

     krb5_auth_con_setivector(krb5_context context, krb5_auth_context *auth_context,
	 krb5_pointer ivector);

     krb5_free_authenticator(krb5_context context, krb5_authenticator *authenticator);

     The krb5_auth_context structure holds all context related to an authenticated connection, in
     a similar way to krb5_context that holds the context for the thread or process.
     krb5_auth_context is used by various functions that are directly related to authentication
     between the server/client. Example of data that this structure contains are various flags,
     addresses of client and server, port numbers, keyblocks (and subkeys), sequence numbers,
     replay cache, and checksum-type.

     krb5_auth_con_init() allocates and initializes the krb5_auth_context structure. Default val-
     ues can be changed with krb5_auth_con_setcksumtype() and krb5_auth_con_setflags().  The
     auth_context structure must be freed by krb5_auth_con_free().

     krb5_auth_con_getflags(), krb5_auth_con_setflags(), krb5_auth_con_addflags() and
     krb5_auth_con_removeflags() gets and modifies the flags for a krb5_auth_context structure.
     Possible flags to set are:

	     Generate and check sequence-number on each packet.

	     Check timestamp on incoming packets.

	     Return sequence numbers and time stamps in the outdata parameters.

	     will force krb5_get_forwarded_creds() and krb5_fwd_tgt_creds() to create unencrypted
	     ) ENCTYPE_NULL) credentials.  This is for use with old MIT server and JAVA based
	     servers as they can't handle encrypted KRB-CRED.  Note that sending such KRB-CRED is
	     clear exposes crypto keys and tickets and is insecure, make sure the packet is
	     encrypted in the protocol.  krb5_rd_cred(3), krb5_rd_priv(3), krb5_rd_safe(3),
	     krb5_mk_priv(3) and krb5_mk_safe(3).  Setting this flag requires that parameter to
	     be passed to these functions.

	     The flags KRB5_AUTH_CONTEXT_DO_TIME also modifies the behavior the function
	     krb5_get_forwarded_creds() by removing the timestamp in the forward credential mes-
	     sage, this have backward compatibility problems since not all versions of the heim-
	     dal supports timeless credentional messages.  Is very useful since it always the
	     sender of the message to cache forward message and thus avoiding a round trip to the
	     KDC for each time a credential is forwarded.  The same functionality can be obtained
	     by using address-less tickets.

     krb5_auth_con_setaddrs(), krb5_auth_con_setaddrs_from_fd() and krb5_auth_con_getaddrs() gets
     and sets the addresses that are checked when a packet is received.  It is mandatory to set
     an address for the remote host. If the local address is not set, it iss deduced from the
     underlaying operating system.  krb5_auth_con_getaddrs() will call krb5_free_address() on any
     address that is passed in local_addr or remote_addr.  krb5_auth_con_setaddr() allows passing
     in a NULL pointer as local_addr and remote_addr, in that case it will just not set that

     krb5_auth_con_setaddrs_from_fd() fetches the addresses from a file descriptor.

     krb5_auth_con_genaddrs() fetches the address information from the given file descriptor fd
     depending on the bitmap argument flags.

     Possible values on flags are:

	     fetches the local address from fd.

	     fetches the remote address from fd.

     krb5_auth_con_setkey(), krb5_auth_con_setuserkey() and krb5_auth_con_getkey() gets and sets
     the key used for this auth context. The keyblock returned by krb5_auth_con_getkey() should
     be freed with krb5_free_keyblock().  The keyblock send into krb5_auth_con_setkey() is copied
     into the krb5_auth_context, and thus no special handling is needed.  NULL is not a valid
     keyblock to krb5_auth_con_setkey().

     krb5_auth_con_setuserkey() is only useful when doing user to user authentication.
     krb5_auth_con_setkey() is equivalent to krb5_auth_con_setuserkey().

     krb5_auth_con_getlocalsubkey(), krb5_auth_con_setlocalsubkey(),
     krb5_auth_con_getremotesubkey() and krb5_auth_con_setremotesubkey() gets and sets the key-
     block for the local and remote subkey.  The keyblock returned by
     krb5_auth_con_getlocalsubkey() and krb5_auth_con_getremotesubkey() must be freed with

     krb5_auth_setcksumtype() and krb5_auth_getcksumtype() sets and gets the checksum type that
     should be used for this connection.

     krb5_auth_con_generatelocalsubkey() generates a local subkey that have the same encryption
     type as key.

     krb5_auth_getremoteseqnumber() krb5_auth_setremoteseqnumber(), krb5_auth_getlocalseqnumber()
     and krb5_auth_setlocalseqnumber() gets and sets the sequence-number for the local and remote
     sequence-number counter.

     krb5_auth_setkeytype() and krb5_auth_getkeytype() gets and gets the keytype of the keyblock
     in krb5_auth_context.

     krb5_auth_con_getauthenticator() Retrieves the authenticator that was used during mutual
     authentication. The authenticator returned should be freed by calling

     krb5_auth_con_getrcache() and krb5_auth_con_setrcache() gets and sets the replay-cache.

     krb5_auth_con_initivector() allocates memory for and zeros the initial vector in the
     auth_context keyblock.

     krb5_auth_con_setivector() sets the i_vector portion of auth_context to ivector.

     krb5_free_authenticator() free the content of authenticator and authenticator itself.

     krb5_context(3), kerberos(8)

BSD					   May 17, 2005 				      BSD

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