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authorJarod Wilson <jarod@redhat.com>2009-05-27 15:10:21 +1000
committerHerbert Xu <herbert@gondor.apana.org.au>2009-06-02 14:04:57 +1000
commit4e033a6bc70f094d36128c328f6ca725c6ca4b4c (patch)
treee400f6b98c48b4ec935e41ab070c1efbabe71068 /crypto
parent3ce858cb04de8bc83449eac707c8012a1944daca (diff)
downloadlinux-linaro-4e033a6bc70f094d36128c328f6ca725c6ca4b4c.tar.gz
crypto: tcrypt - Do not exit on success in fips mode
At present, the tcrypt module always exits with an -EAGAIN upon successfully completing all the tests its been asked to run. In fips mode, integrity checking is done by running all self-tests from the initrd, and its much simpler to check the ret from modprobe for success than to scrape dmesg and/or /proc/crypto. Simply stay loaded, giving modprobe a retval of 0, if self-tests all pass and we're in fips mode. A side-effect of tracking success/failure for fips mode is that in non-fips mode, self-test failures will return the actual failure return codes, rather than always returning -EAGAIN, which seems more correct anyway. The tcrypt_test() portion of the patch is dependent on my earlier pair of patches that skip non-fips algs in fips mode, at least to achieve the fully intended behavior. Nb: testing this patch against the cryptodev tree revealed a test failure for sha384, which I have yet to look into... Signed-off-by: Jarod Wilson <jarod@redhat.com> Acked-by: Neil Horman <nhorman@tuxdriver.com> Signed-off-by: Herbert Xu <herbert@gondor.apana.org.au>
Diffstat (limited to 'crypto')
-rw-r--r--crypto/tcrypt.c164
1 files changed, 90 insertions, 74 deletions
diff --git a/crypto/tcrypt.c b/crypto/tcrypt.c
index 9e4974eb782..d59ba5079d1 100644
--- a/crypto/tcrypt.c
+++ b/crypto/tcrypt.c
@@ -27,6 +27,7 @@
#include <linux/timex.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
#include "tcrypt.h"
+#include "internal.h"
/*
* Need slab memory for testing (size in number of pages).
@@ -468,248 +469,255 @@ static void test_available(void)
static inline int tcrypt_test(const char *alg)
{
- return alg_test(alg, alg, 0, 0);
+ int ret;
+
+ ret = alg_test(alg, alg, 0, 0);
+ /* non-fips algs return -EINVAL in fips mode */
+ if (fips_enabled && ret == -EINVAL)
+ ret = 0;
+ return ret;
}
-static void do_test(int m)
+static int do_test(int m)
{
int i;
+ int ret = 0;
switch (m) {
case 0:
for (i = 1; i < 200; i++)
- do_test(i);
+ ret += do_test(i);
break;
case 1:
- tcrypt_test("md5");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("md5");
break;
case 2:
- tcrypt_test("sha1");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("sha1");
break;
case 3:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(des)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(des)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(des)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(des)");
break;
case 4:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(des3_ede)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(des3_ede)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(des3_ede)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(des3_ede)");
break;
case 5:
- tcrypt_test("md4");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("md4");
break;
case 6:
- tcrypt_test("sha256");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("sha256");
break;
case 7:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(blowfish)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(blowfish)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(blowfish)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(blowfish)");
break;
case 8:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(twofish)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(twofish)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(twofish)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(twofish)");
break;
case 9:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(serpent)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(serpent)");
break;
case 10:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(aes)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(aes)");
- tcrypt_test("lrw(aes)");
- tcrypt_test("xts(aes)");
- tcrypt_test("ctr(aes)");
- tcrypt_test("rfc3686(ctr(aes))");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("lrw(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("xts(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ctr(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rfc3686(ctr(aes))");
break;
case 11:
- tcrypt_test("sha384");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("sha384");
break;
case 12:
- tcrypt_test("sha512");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("sha512");
break;
case 13:
- tcrypt_test("deflate");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("deflate");
break;
case 14:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(cast5)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(cast5)");
break;
case 15:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(cast6)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(cast6)");
break;
case 16:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(arc4)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(arc4)");
break;
case 17:
- tcrypt_test("michael_mic");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("michael_mic");
break;
case 18:
- tcrypt_test("crc32c");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("crc32c");
break;
case 19:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(tea)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(tea)");
break;
case 20:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(xtea)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(xtea)");
break;
case 21:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(khazad)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(khazad)");
break;
case 22:
- tcrypt_test("wp512");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("wp512");
break;
case 23:
- tcrypt_test("wp384");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("wp384");
break;
case 24:
- tcrypt_test("wp256");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("wp256");
break;
case 25:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(tnepres)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(tnepres)");
break;
case 26:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(anubis)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(anubis)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(anubis)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(anubis)");
break;
case 27:
- tcrypt_test("tgr192");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("tgr192");
break;
case 28:
- tcrypt_test("tgr160");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("tgr160");
break;
case 29:
- tcrypt_test("tgr128");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("tgr128");
break;
case 30:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(xeta)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(xeta)");
break;
case 31:
- tcrypt_test("pcbc(fcrypt)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("pcbc(fcrypt)");
break;
case 32:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(camellia)");
- tcrypt_test("cbc(camellia)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(camellia)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cbc(camellia)");
break;
case 33:
- tcrypt_test("sha224");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("sha224");
break;
case 34:
- tcrypt_test("salsa20");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("salsa20");
break;
case 35:
- tcrypt_test("gcm(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("gcm(aes)");
break;
case 36:
- tcrypt_test("lzo");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("lzo");
break;
case 37:
- tcrypt_test("ccm(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ccm(aes)");
break;
case 38:
- tcrypt_test("cts(cbc(aes))");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("cts(cbc(aes))");
break;
case 39:
- tcrypt_test("rmd128");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rmd128");
break;
case 40:
- tcrypt_test("rmd160");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rmd160");
break;
case 41:
- tcrypt_test("rmd256");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rmd256");
break;
case 42:
- tcrypt_test("rmd320");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rmd320");
break;
case 43:
- tcrypt_test("ecb(seed)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ecb(seed)");
break;
case 44:
- tcrypt_test("zlib");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("zlib");
break;
case 45:
- tcrypt_test("rfc4309(ccm(aes))");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("rfc4309(ccm(aes))");
break;
case 100:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(md5)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(md5)");
break;
case 101:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(sha1)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(sha1)");
break;
case 102:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(sha256)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(sha256)");
break;
case 103:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(sha384)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(sha384)");
break;
case 104:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(sha512)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(sha512)");
break;
case 105:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(sha224)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(sha224)");
break;
case 106:
- tcrypt_test("xcbc(aes)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("xcbc(aes)");
break;
case 107:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(rmd128)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(rmd128)");
break;
case 108:
- tcrypt_test("hmac(rmd160)");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("hmac(rmd160)");
break;
case 150:
- tcrypt_test("ansi_cprng");
+ ret += tcrypt_test("ansi_cprng");
break;
case 200:
@@ -873,6 +881,8 @@ static void do_test(int m)
test_available();
break;
}
+
+ return ret;
}
static int __init tcrypt_mod_init(void)
@@ -886,15 +896,21 @@ static int __init tcrypt_mod_init(void)
goto err_free_tv;
}
- do_test(mode);
+ err = do_test(mode);
+ if (err) {
+ printk(KERN_ERR "tcrypt: one or more tests failed!\n");
+ goto err_free_tv;
+ }
- /* We intentionaly return -EAGAIN to prevent keeping
- * the module. It does all its work from init()
- * and doesn't offer any runtime functionality
+ /* We intentionaly return -EAGAIN to prevent keeping the module,
+ * unless we're running in fips mode. It does all its work from
+ * init() and doesn't offer any runtime functionality, but in
+ * the fips case, checking for a successful load is helpful.
* => we don't need it in the memory, do we?
* -- mludvig
*/
- err = -EAGAIN;
+ if (!fips_enabled)
+ err = -EAGAIN;
err_free_tv:
for (i = 0; i < TVMEMSIZE && tvmem[i]; i++)