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* Copyright (C) 2015 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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#include <memory>
#include <mutex>
#include <vector>
#include <keystore/keymaster_types.h>
namespace keystore {
using keymaster::HardwareAuthToken;
namespace test {
class AuthTokenTableTest;
} // namespace test
time_t clock_gettime_raw();
* AuthTokenTable manages a set of received authorization tokens and can provide the appropriate
* token for authorizing a key operation.
* To keep the table from growing without bound, superseded entries are removed when possible, and
* least recently used entries are automatically pruned when when the table exceeds a size limit,
* which is expected to be relatively small, since the implementation uses a linear search.
class AuthTokenTable {
explicit AuthTokenTable(size_t max_entries = 32, time_t (*clock_function)() = clock_gettime_raw)
: max_entries_(max_entries), last_off_body_(clock_function()),
clock_function_(clock_function) {}
enum Error {
AUTH_TOKEN_EXPIRED = -2, // Found a matching token, but it's too old.
AUTH_TOKEN_WRONG_SID = -3, // Found a token with the right challenge, but wrong SID. This
// most likely indicates that the authenticator was updated
// (e.g. new fingerprint enrolled).
OP_HANDLE_REQUIRED = -4, // The key requires auth per use but op_handle was zero.
* Add an authorization token to the table.
void AddAuthenticationToken(HardwareAuthToken&& auth_token);
* Find an authorization token that authorizes the operation specified by \p operation_handle on
* a key with the characteristics specified in \p key_info.
* This method is O(n * m), where n is the number of KM_TAG_USER_SECURE_ID entries in key_info
* and m is the number of entries in the table. It could be made better, but n and m should
* always be small.
* The table retains ownership of the returned object.
std::tuple<Error, HardwareAuthToken> FindAuthorization(const AuthorizationSet& key_info,
KeyPurpose purpose, uint64_t op_handle);
* Mark operation completed. This allows tokens associated with the specified operation to be
* superseded by new tokens.
void MarkCompleted(const uint64_t op_handle);
* Update the last_off_body_ timestamp so that tokens which remain authorized only so long as
* the device stays on body can be revoked.
void onDeviceOffBody();
void Clear();
* This function shall only be used for testing.
* BEWARE: Since the auth token table can be accessed
* concurrently, the size may be out dated as soon as it returns.
size_t size() const;
friend class AuthTokenTableTest;
class Entry {
Entry(HardwareAuthToken&& token, time_t current_time);
Entry(Entry&& entry) noexcept { *this = std::move(entry); }
void operator=(Entry&& rhs) noexcept {
token_ = std::move(rhs.token_);
time_received_ = rhs.time_received_;
last_use_ = rhs.last_use_;
operation_completed_ = rhs.operation_completed_;
bool operator<(const Entry& rhs) const { return last_use_ < rhs.last_use_; }
void UpdateLastUse(time_t time);
bool Supersedes(const Entry& entry) const;
bool SatisfiesAuth(const std::vector<uint64_t>& sids, HardwareAuthenticatorType auth_type);
bool is_newer_than(const Entry* entry) const {
if (!entry) return true;
uint64_t ts = token_.timestamp;
uint64_t other_ts = entry->token_.timestamp;
// Normally comparing timestamp_host_order alone is sufficient, but here is an
// additional hack to compare time_received value for some devices where their auth
// tokens contain fixed timestamp (due to the a stuck secure RTC on them)
return (ts > other_ts) ||
((ts == other_ts) && (time_received_ > entry->time_received_));
void mark_completed() { operation_completed_ = true; }
const HardwareAuthToken& token() const & { return token_; }
time_t time_received() const { return time_received_; }
bool completed() const { return operation_completed_; }
bool SatisfiesAuth(uint64_t sid, HardwareAuthenticatorType auth_type) const {
return (sid == token_.userId || sid == token_.authenticatorId) &&
(auth_type & token_.authenticatorType) != 0;
HardwareAuthToken token_;
time_t time_received_;
time_t last_use_;
bool operation_completed_;
std::tuple<Error, HardwareAuthToken>
FindAuthPerOpAuthorization(const std::vector<uint64_t>& sids,
HardwareAuthenticatorType auth_type, uint64_t op_handle);
std::tuple<Error, HardwareAuthToken> FindTimedAuthorization(const std::vector<uint64_t>& sids,
HardwareAuthenticatorType auth_type,
const AuthorizationSet& key_info);
void ExtractSids(const AuthorizationSet& key_info, std::vector<uint64_t>* sids);
void RemoveEntriesSupersededBy(const Entry& entry);
bool IsSupersededBySomeEntry(const Entry& entry);
* Guards the entries_ vector against concurrent modification. All public facing methods
* reading of modifying the vector must grab this mutex.
mutable std::mutex entries_mutex_;
std::vector<Entry> entries_;
size_t max_entries_;
time_t last_off_body_;
time_t (*clock_function_)();
} // namespace keystore