pskc_set_key_data_b64secret man page

pskc_set_key_data_b64secret — API function

Synopsis

#include <pskc.h>

int pskc_set_key_data_b64secret(pskc_key_t * key, const char * b64secret);

Arguments

pskc_key_t * key
a pskc_key_t handle, from pskc_get_keypackage().
const char * b64secret
the base64 encoded secret to set.

Description

Set the PSKC KeyPackage Key Data Secret value in base64 as a zero-terminated string. The b64secret data is copied into the key handle, so you may modify or deallocate the b64secret pointer after calling this function. The data is base64 decoded by this function to verify data validity. On errors, the old secret is not modified.

Returns

PSKC_BASE64_ERROR on base64 decoding errors, PSKC_MALLOC_ERROR on memory allocation errors, or PSKC_OK on success.

Since

2.2.0

Reporting Bugs

Report bugs to <oath-toolkit-help@nongnu.org>. libpskc home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/libpskc/ General help using GNU software: http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/

Info

2.6.1 libpskc libpskc