On Mon, Aug 07, 2017, Daniel Andrade wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm writing functions to create a digest of a data buffer using
> ECDSA+SHA256. I've been trying to work with only the high-level EVP
> interface, and not use the low-level interfaces.
> My understanding is that the resulting digest is an ASN.1 structure.
> I have to feed this digest to the Intel SGX runtime, which requires
> a fixed-size input (they actually have two separates arrays, one for
> X and one for Y, each with 32-byte length).
> Is it possible to get a fixed-sized digest using ECDSA/SHA256, I
> mean does OpenSSL have functions for this? Or could someone give me
> some pointers on how to proceed to convert that result to the
> 64-byte fixed size?
The size will depend on the curve in use: presumably it's P-256 to produce
In outline you do this:
1. Decode the signature into an ECDSA_SIG structure using d2i_ECDSA_SIG.
2. Extract the two BIGNUM elements, r and s using ECDSA_SIG_get0().
3. Generate padded encodings for r and s using BN_bn2binpad() or
BN_bn2lebinpad() depending on the format required (big or little endian).
Dr Stephen N. Henson. OpenSSL project core developer.
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