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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "chrome/browser/ssl/ssl_add_certificate.h"
#include "net/android/network_library.h"
namespace chrome {
// Special case for Android here for several reasons:
// - The SSLAddCertHandler implementation currently only supports
// CERTIFICATE_TYPE_X509_USER_CERT, but not other types, like
// CERTIFICATE_TYPE_PKCS12_ARCHIVE which are required on this
// platform.
// - Besides, SSLAddCertHandler tries to parse the certificate
// by calling net::CertDatabase::CheckUserCert() which is not
// implemented on Android, mainly because there is no API
// provided by the system to do that properly.
// - The Android CertInstaller activity will check the certificate file
// and display a toast (small fading dialog) to the user if it is
// not valid, so the UI performed by SSLAddCertHandler would
// be redundant.
void SSLAddCertificate(
net::CertificateMimeType cert_type,
const void* cert_data,
size_t cert_size,
int /* render_process_id */,
int /* render_view_id */) {
if (cert_size > 0) {
// This launches a new activity which will run in a different process.
// It handles all user interaction, so no need to do anything in the
// browser UI thread here.
net::android::StoreCertificate(cert_type, cert_data, cert_size);
} // namespace chrome