dane_verify_session_crt - API function
int dane_verify_session_crt(dane_state_t s, gnutls_session_t session, const char * hostname, const char * proto, unsigned int port, unsigned int sflags, unsigned int vflags, unsigned int * verify);
- dane_state_t s
- A DANE state structure (may be NULL)
- gnutls_session_t session
- A gnutls session
- const char * hostname
- The hostname associated with the chain
- const char * proto
- The protocol of the service connecting (e.g. tcp)
- unsigned int port
- The port of the service connecting (e.g. 443)
- unsigned int sflags
- Flags for the initialization of s (if NULL)
- unsigned int vflags
- Verification flags; an OR'ed list of dane_verify_flags_t.
- unsigned int * verify
- An OR'ed list of dane_verify_status_t.
This function will verify session's certificate chain against the CA constrains and/or the certificate available via DANE. See dane_verify_crt() for more information.
This will not verify the chain for validity; unless the DANE verification is restricted to end certificates, this must be be performed separately using gnutls_certificate_verify_peers3().
a negative error code on error and DANE_E_SUCCESS (0) when the DANE entries were successfully parsed, irrespective of whether they were verified (see verify for that information). If no usable entries were encountered DANE_E_REQUESTED_DATA_NOT_AVAILABLE will be returned.
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