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BIO_f_md(3)				     OpenSSL				      BIO_f_md(3)

       BIO_f_md, BIO_set_md, BIO_get_md, BIO_get_md_ctx - message digest BIO filter

	#include <openssl/bio.h>
	#include <openssl/evp.h>

	BIO_METHOD *   BIO_f_md(void);
	int BIO_set_md(BIO *b,EVP_MD *md);
	int BIO_get_md(BIO *b,EVP_MD **mdp);
	int BIO_get_md_ctx(BIO *b,EVP_MD_CTX **mdcp);

       BIO_f_md() returns the message digest BIO method. This is a filter BIO that digests any
       data passed through it, it is a BIO wrapper for the digest routines EVP_DigestInit(),
       EVP_DigestUpdate() and EVP_DigestFinal().

       Any data written or read through a digest BIO using BIO_read() and BIO_write() is

       BIO_gets(), if its size parameter is large enough finishes the digest calculation and
       returns the digest value. BIO_puts() is not supported.

       BIO_reset() reinitialises a digest BIO.

       BIO_set_md() sets the message digest of BIO b to md: this must be called to initialize a
       digest BIO before any data is passed through it. It is a BIO_ctrl() macro.

       BIO_get_md() places the a pointer to the digest BIOs digest method in mdp, it is a
       BIO_ctrl() macro.

       BIO_get_md_ctx() returns the digest BIOs context into mdcp.

       The context returned by BIO_get_md_ctx() can be used in calls to EVP_DigestFinal() and
       also the signature routines EVP_SignFinal() and EVP_VerifyFinal().

       The context returned by BIO_get_md_ctx() is an internal context structure. Changes made to
       this context will affect the digest BIO itself and the context pointer will become invalid
       when the digest BIO is freed.

       After the digest has been retrieved from a digest BIO it must be reinitialized by calling
       BIO_reset(), or BIO_set_md() before any more data is passed through it.

       If an application needs to call BIO_gets() or BIO_puts() through a chain containing digest
       BIOs then this can be done by prepending a buffering BIO.

       BIO_f_md() returns the digest BIO method.

       BIO_set_md(), BIO_get_md() and BIO_md_ctx() return 1 for success and 0 for failure.

       The following example creates a BIO chain containing an SHA1 and MD5 digest BIO and passes
       the string "Hello World" through it. Error checking has been omitted for clarity.

	BIO *bio, *mdtmp;
	char message[] = "Hello World";
	bio = BIO_new(BIO_s_null());
	mdtmp = BIO_new(BIO_f_md());
	BIO_set_md(mdtmp, EVP_sha1());
	/* For BIO_push() we want to append the sink BIO and keep a note of
	 * the start of the chain.
	bio = BIO_push(mdtmp, bio);
	mdtmp = BIO_new(BIO_f_md());
	BIO_set_md(mdtmp, EVP_md5());
	bio = BIO_push(mdtmp, bio);
	/* Note: mdtmp can now be discarded */
	BIO_write(bio, message, strlen(message));

       The next example digests data by reading through a chain instead:

	BIO *bio, *mdtmp;
	char buf[1024];
	int rdlen;
	bio = BIO_new_file(file, "rb");
	mdtmp = BIO_new(BIO_f_md());
	BIO_set_md(mdtmp, EVP_sha1());
	bio = BIO_push(mdtmp, bio);
	mdtmp = BIO_new(BIO_f_md());
	BIO_set_md(mdtmp, EVP_md5());
	bio = BIO_push(mdtmp, bio);
	do {
	       rdlen = BIO_read(bio, buf, sizeof(buf));
	       /* Might want to do something with the data here */
	} while(rdlen > 0);

       This next example retrieves the message digests from a BIO chain and outputs them. This
       could be used with the examples above.

	BIO *mdtmp;
	unsigned char mdbuf[EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE];
	int mdlen;
	int i;
	mdtmp = bio;   /* Assume bio has previously been set up */
	do {
	       EVP_MD *md;
	       mdtmp = BIO_find_type(mdtmp, BIO_TYPE_MD);
	       if(!mdtmp) break;
	       BIO_get_md(mdtmp, &md);
	       printf("%s digest", OBJ_nid2sn(EVP_MD_type(md)));
	       mdlen = BIO_gets(mdtmp, mdbuf, EVP_MAX_MD_SIZE);
	       for(i = 0; i < mdlen; i++) printf(":%02X", mdbuf[i]);
	       mdtmp = BIO_next(mdtmp);
	} while(mdtmp);


       The lack of support for BIO_puts() and the non standard behaviour of BIO_gets() could be
       regarded as anomalous. It could be argued that BIO_gets() and BIO_puts() should be passed
       to the next BIO in the chain and digest the data passed through and that digests should be
       retrieved using a separate BIO_ctrl() call.


0.9.7a					    2001-09-07				      BIO_f_md(3)
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