CTLOG_STORE_new.3ssl man page
CTLOG_STORE_new, CTLOG_STORE_free, CTLOG_STORE_load_default_file, CTLOG_STORE_load_file — Create and populate a Certificate Transparency log list
#include <openssl/ct.h> CTLOG_STORE *CTLOG_STORE_new(void); void CTLOG_STORE_free(CTLOG_STORE *store); int CTLOG_STORE_load_default_file(CTLOG_STORE *store); int CTLOG_STORE_load_file(CTLOG_STORE *store, const char *file);
A CTLOG_STORE is a container for a list of CTLOGs (Certificate Transparency logs). The list can be loaded from one or more files and then searched by LogID (see RFC 6962, Section 3.2, for the definition of a LogID).
CTLOG_STORE_new() creates an empty list of CT logs. This is then populated by CTLOG_STORE_load_default_file() or CTLOG_STORE_load_file(). CTLOG_STORE_load_default_file() loads from the default file, which is named "ct_log_list.cnf" in OPENSSLDIR (see the output of version). This can be overridden using an environment variable named "CTLOG_FILE". CTLOG_STORE_load_file() loads from a caller-specified file path instead. Both of these functions append any loaded CT logs to the CTLOG_STORE.
The expected format of the file is:
enabled_logs=foo,bar [foo] description = Log 1 key = <base64-encoded DER SubjectPublicKeyInfo here> [bar] description = Log 2 key = <base64-encoded DER SubjectPublicKeyInfo here>
Once a CTLOG_STORE is no longer required, it should be passed to CTLOG_STORE_free(). This will delete all of the CTLOGs stored within, along with the CTLOG_STORE itself.
If there are any invalid CT logs in a file, they are skipped and the remaining valid logs will still be added to the CTLOG_STORE. A CT log will be considered invalid if it is missing a "key" or "description" field.
Both CTLOG_STORE_load_default_file and CTLOG_STORE_load_file return 1 if all CT logs in the file are successfully parsed and loaded, 0 otherwise.
ct(3), CTLOG_STORE_get0_log_by_id(3), SSL_CTX_set_ctlog_list_file(3)
These functions were added in OpenSSL 1.1.0.
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