gi-gio-2.0.20: Gio bindings

Copyright Will Thompson Iñaki García Etxebarria and Jonas Platte LGPL-2.1 Iñaki García Etxebarria (inaki@blueleaf.cc) None Haskell2010

GI.Gio.Objects.TlsCertificate

Description

A certificate used for TLS authentication and encryption. This can represent either a certificate only (eg, the certificate received by a client from a server), or the combination of a certificate and a private key (which is needed when acting as a TlsServerConnection).

Since: 2.28

Synopsis

# Exported types

newtype TlsCertificate Source #

Memory-managed wrapper type.

Constructors

 TlsCertificate (ManagedPtr TlsCertificate)
Instances
 Source # Instance detailsDefined in GI.Gio.Objects.TlsCertificate Methods Source # Instance detailsDefined in GI.Gio.Objects.TlsCertificate Source # Instance detailsDefined in GI.Gio.Objects.TlsCertificate type ParentTypes TlsCertificate = Object ': ([] :: [Type])

Type class for types which can be safely cast to TlsCertificate, for instance with toTlsCertificate.

Instances
 Source # Instance detailsDefined in GI.Gio.Objects.TlsCertificate

toTlsCertificate :: (MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate o) => o -> m TlsCertificate Source #

Cast to TlsCertificate, for types for which this is known to be safe. For general casts, use castTo.

A convenience alias for Nothing :: Maybe TlsCertificate.

# Methods

## getIssuer

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate a) => a cert: a TlsCertificate -> m TlsCertificate Returns: The certificate of cert's issuer, or Nothing if cert is self-signed or signed with an unknown certificate.

Gets the TlsCertificate representing cert's issuer, if known

Since: 2.28

## isSame

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate a, IsTlsCertificate b) => a certOne: first certificate to compare -> b certTwo: second certificate to compare -> m Bool Returns: whether the same or not

Check if two TlsCertificate objects represent the same certificate. The raw DER byte data of the two certificates are checked for equality. This has the effect that two certificates may compare equal even if their TlsCertificate:issuer, TlsCertificate:private-key, or TlsCertificate:private-key-pem properties differ.

Since: 2.34

## listNewFromFile

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m) => [Char] file: file containing PEM-encoded certificates to import -> m [TlsCertificate] Returns: a List containing TlsCertificate objects. You must free the list and its contents when you are done with it. (Can throw GError)

Creates one or more GTlsCertificates from the PEM-encoded data in file. If file cannot be read or parsed, the function will return Nothing and set error. If file does not contain any PEM-encoded certificates, this will return an empty list and not set error.

Since: 2.28

## newFromFile

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m) => [Char] file: file containing a PEM-encoded certificate to import -> m TlsCertificate Returns: the new certificate, or Nothing on error (Can throw GError)

Creates a TlsCertificate from the PEM-encoded data in file. The returned certificate will be the first certificate found in file. As of GLib 2.44, if file contains more certificates it will try to load a certificate chain. All certificates will be verified in the order found (top-level certificate should be the last one in the file) and the TlsCertificate:issuer property of each certificate will be set accordingly if the verification succeeds. If any certificate in the chain cannot be verified, the first certificate in the file will still be returned.

If file cannot be read or parsed, the function will return Nothing and set error. Otherwise, this behaves like tlsCertificateNewFromPem.

Since: 2.28

## newFromFiles

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m) => [Char] certFile: file containing one or more PEM-encoded certificates to import -> [Char] keyFile: file containing a PEM-encoded private key to import -> m TlsCertificate Returns: the new certificate, or Nothing on error (Can throw GError)

Creates a TlsCertificate from the PEM-encoded data in certFile and keyFile. The returned certificate will be the first certificate found in certFile. As of GLib 2.44, if certFile contains more certificates it will try to load a certificate chain. All certificates will be verified in the order found (top-level certificate should be the last one in the file) and the TlsCertificate:issuer property of each certificate will be set accordingly if the verification succeeds. If any certificate in the chain cannot be verified, the first certificate in the file will still be returned.

If either file cannot be read or parsed, the function will return Nothing and set error. Otherwise, this behaves like tlsCertificateNewFromPem.

Since: 2.28

## newFromPem

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m) => Text data: PEM-encoded certificate data -> Int64 length: the length of data, or -1 if it's 0-terminated. -> m TlsCertificate Returns: the new certificate, or Nothing if data is invalid (Can throw GError)

Creates a TlsCertificate from the PEM-encoded data in data. If data includes both a certificate and a private key, then the returned certificate will include the private key data as well. (See the TlsCertificate:private-key-pem property for information about supported formats.)

The returned certificate will be the first certificate found in data. As of GLib 2.44, if data contains more certificates it will try to load a certificate chain. All certificates will be verified in the order found (top-level certificate should be the last one in the file) and the TlsCertificate:issuer property of each certificate will be set accordingly if the verification succeeds. If any certificate in the chain cannot be verified, the first certificate in the file will still be returned.

Since: 2.28

## verify

Arguments

 :: (HasCallStack, MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate a, IsSocketConnectable b, IsTlsCertificate c) => a cert: a TlsCertificate -> Maybe b identity: the expected peer identity -> Maybe c trustedCa: the certificate of a trusted authority -> m [TlsCertificateFlags] Returns: the appropriate TlsCertificateFlags

This verifies cert and returns a set of TlsCertificateFlags indicating any problems found with it. This can be used to verify a certificate outside the context of making a connection, or to check a certificate against a CA that is not part of the system CA database.

If identity is not Nothing, cert's name(s) will be compared against it, and TlsCertificateFlagsBadIdentity will be set in the return value if it does not match. If identity is Nothing, that bit will never be set in the return value.

If trustedCa is not Nothing, then cert (or one of the certificates in its chain) must be signed by it, or else TlsCertificateFlagsUnknownCa will be set in the return value. If trustedCa is Nothing, that bit will never be set in the return value.

(All other TlsCertificateFlags values will always be set or unset as appropriate.)

Since: 2.28

# Properties

## certificate

The DER (binary) encoded representation of the certificate. This property and the TlsCertificate:certificate-pem property represent the same data, just in different forms.

Since: 2.28

Construct a GValueConstruct with valid value for the “certificate” property. This is rarely needed directly, but it is used by new.

getTlsCertificateCertificate :: (MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate o) => o -> m (Maybe ByteString) Source #

Get the value of the “certificate” property. When overloading is enabled, this is equivalent to

get tlsCertificate #certificate


## certificatePem

The PEM (ASCII) encoded representation of the certificate. This property and the TlsCertificate:certificate property represent the same data, just in different forms.

Since: 2.28

Construct a GValueConstruct with valid value for the “certificate-pem” property. This is rarely needed directly, but it is used by new.

getTlsCertificateCertificatePem :: (MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate o) => o -> m (Maybe Text) Source #

Get the value of the “certificate-pem” property. When overloading is enabled, this is equivalent to

get tlsCertificate #certificatePem


## issuer

A TlsCertificate representing the entity that issued this certificate. If Nothing, this means that the certificate is either self-signed, or else the certificate of the issuer is not available.

Since: 2.28

Construct a GValueConstruct with valid value for the “issuer” property. This is rarely needed directly, but it is used by new.

getTlsCertificateIssuer :: (MonadIO m, IsTlsCertificate o) => o -> m TlsCertificate Source #

Get the value of the “issuer” property. When overloading is enabled, this is equivalent to

get tlsCertificate #issuer


## privateKey

The DER (binary) encoded representation of the certificate's private key, in either PKCS1 format or unencrypted PKCS8 format. This property (or the TlsCertificate:private-key-pem property) can be set when constructing a key (eg, from a file), but cannot be read.

PKCS8 format is supported since 2.32; earlier releases only support PKCS1. You can use the openssl rsa tool to convert PKCS8 keys to PKCS1.

Since: 2.28

Construct a GValueConstruct with valid value for the “private-key” property. This is rarely needed directly, but it is used by new.

## privateKeyPem

The PEM (ASCII) encoded representation of the certificate's private key in either PKCS1 format ("BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY") or unencrypted PKCS8 format ("BEGIN PRIVATE KEY"). This property (or the TlsCertificate:private-key property) can be set when constructing a key (eg, from a file), but cannot be read.

PKCS8 format is supported since 2.32; earlier releases only support PKCS1. You can use the openssl rsa tool to convert PKCS8 keys to PKCS1.

Since: 2.28

Construct a GValueConstruct with valid value for the “private-key-pem” property. This is rarely needed directly, but it is used by new.