[PATCH] enhanced smartcard support

David Smith dds at google.com
Wed May 7 22:28:23 EDT 2008


ping. Can I help to get this reviewed somehow?

- dds

2008/05/02 (Fri) 02:09:06 に David Smith さんは書きました:
> 2008/05/02 (Fri) 01:45:11 に Dan Williams さんは書きました:
> > On Fri, 2008-05-02 at 01:36 +0900, David Smith wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > I've attached three patches to extend the existing smartcard support to
> > > handle client certificates and CA certificates as well as EAP-TLS
> > > phase2 auth. I've added the following ssid configuration variables to
> > > wpasupplicant for this:
> > >
> > >  cert_id, ca_cert_id, key2_id, cert2_id, and ca_cert2_id
> >
> > Quick question; are these paths to certificate files, or some other
> > token?
>
> They are specified the same as the current "key_id" setting, as a PKCS#11
> object id. For example, in the TPM chip in my laptop accessed via
> opencryptoki pkcs#11, the cert and key for my companies wireless acess both
> have ID "4".
>
> Consider this output:
> #
> pkcs11-tool --module /usr/lib/opencryptoki/libopencryptoki.so --login
> --list-objects Please enter User PIN:
> Private Key Object; RSA
>   label:      IPsec VPN RSA private key
>   ID:         01
>   Usage:      decrypt, sign, unwrap
> Private Key Object; RSA
>   label:      GPG System Sign key
>   ID:         03
>   Usage:      decrypt, sign, unwrap
> Private Key Object; RSA
>   label:      802.1x RSA private key
>   ID:         04
>   Usage:      decrypt, sign, unwrap
> Certificate Object, type = X.509 cert
>   label:      IPSec VPN x509 Certificate
>   ID:         01
> Certificate Object, type = X.509 cert
>   label:      GPG System Sign cert
>   ID:         03
> Certificate Object, type = X.509 cert
>   label:      802.1x x509 Certificate
>   ID:         04
>
> You can see that I have in my "smartcard" (in this case the TPM chip) a
> selection of RSA keys and certificates and I specify which one I will use
> for whatever purpose to wpasupplicant by the ID field.
>
> I'm pretty confident this is how other people using smartcards will find
> it, as well, at least any of the usual smartcards supported by either
> opencryptoki or OpenSC.
>
> > In many cases we don't want wpa_supplicant reading all around
> > the disk because it's a lot harder to confine the supplicant with things
> > like SELinux if it just gets passed filenames.  That's one of the
> > reasons why NetworkManager passes the actual binary data of the
> > certificate to the supplicant instead of passing a path.
>
> Yep, this should be equally efficient if not more so.
>
> > > I'm looking for people to help test this. At the current time, it
> > > relies on the LOAD_CERT_CTRL extension provided by the PKCS#11 OpenSSL
> > > engine from the OpenSC project. If any other OpenSSL engines support a
> > > similar extension, inform me and I'll support for them. But since the
> > > PKCS#11 engine is probably by far the most used one with wpasupplicant,
> > > I think this is a good start.
> > >
> > > Again, this code should definitely be tested more before it is ready
> > > for merging but please give it a read and a try.
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > > dds



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