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authorEdwin Mons <>2019-01-18 15:25:58 (GMT)
committerEdwin Mons <>2019-01-18 20:27:03 (GMT)
commit68dd665d51c925a118cfced4583942b7157b59de (patch)
treefc4144d4a3284fdd68c34b8d3bf6c0d107998a6b /Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h
parent9b12c9751cf8fd1658dfd948c4d854b0e1407b0d (diff)
Allow ownership transfer of certificates
OpenSSL TLS contexts assume ownership of any additional certificate passed into it. The CertificateFactory now returns a vector of unique_ptrs, and OpenSSLContext will do the needful with releasing ownership at the right moment. A unit test has been added that uses a chained certificate in client/server context. Before the fix, this test would either fail, or result in a segmentation fault, depending on the mood of OpenSSL. Test-Information: Unit tests pass on Debian 9 Ran manual tests with server test code, tested both chained and single certificates, and no longer observed crashes when accepting a connection. Change-Id: I21814969e45c7d77e9a1af14f2c958c4c0311cd0
Diffstat (limited to 'Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h')
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h b/Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h
index 9b0a2eb..003069f 100644
--- a/Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h
+++ b/Swiften/TLS/TLSContext.h
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ namespace Swift {
virtual void connect() = 0;
virtual void connect(const std::string& serverName);
- virtual bool setCertificateChain(const std::vector<Certificate::ref>& /* certificateChain */);
+ virtual bool setCertificateChain(std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Certificate>>&& /* certificateChain */);
virtual bool setPrivateKey(const PrivateKey::ref& /* privateKey */);
virtual bool setClientCertificate(CertificateWithKey::ref cert) = 0;