RESEND: dlls/rsaenh/rsaenh.c: moved functionality from new_key to CPGenKey and CPDeriveKey
mjung at iss.tu-darmstadt.de
Thu Nov 25 12:09:17 CST 2004
Any comments on this one (or on the LibTomCrypt patch)?
The new_key helper function in rsaenh.c tries to do too much: Besides
allocating the memory resources needed by the key object, it generates the
actual binary key value (either derived from a hash, from a byte array or
from the random number generator). This is a waste of cpu time if the key
object will be used to import a key from a BLOB, and is especially wastefull
for RSA keys.
The attached patch moves functionality, which is specific to either CPGenKey,
CPDeriveKey or CPImportKey, from new_key into those functions.
This patch was generated against the current OpenSSL implementation of
rsaenh. If you are planing to apply the LibTomCrypt patch, which I've sent a
few days ago, then please don't apply thist patch. I'll be happy to
Moved code specific to CPGenKey, CPDeriveKey or CPImportKey from new_key
into the respective function.
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