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Software News   Software News : OpenSSL for AmigaOS Updated!
   posted by diegocr on 23-Nov-2009 21:17:13 (3351 reads)
After five years of inactivity... OpenSSL for AmigaOS (3.x) gets updated! The OpenSSL Project is a collaborative effort to develop a robust, commercial-grade, full-featured, and OpenSource toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and TransportLayer Security (TLS v1) protocols as well as a full-strength general purpose cryptography library.

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OpenSSL is based on the excellent SSLeay library developed from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The OpenSSL toolkit is licensed under a dual-license (the OpenSSL license plus the SSLeay license) situation, which basically means that you are free to get and use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes as long as you fulfill the conditions of both licenses.

The OpenSSL binary for AmigaOS is provided fully native (no ixemul), which support for the following ciphers:

mdc2, md4, md5, hmac(md5), sha1, rmd160, rc4, des cbc, des ede3, idea cbc, seed cbc, rc2 cbc, blowfish cbc, cast cbc, aes-128 cbc, aes-192 cbc, aes-256 cbc, camellia-128 cbc, camellia-192 cbc, camellia-256 cbc, sha256, sha512, whirlpool, aes-128 ige, aes-192 ige, and aes-256 ige.

Developer material can be found in the included devfiles.tar.7z file, read first the devfiles.txt if you want to check the provided files. Tree structure is keep with GeekGadgets compatibility in mind. Static libraries are provided for libnix and ixemul including builds for 68020 and 68060 - more info at the included amiga.readme.txt file.

For further info and downloads, please go to http://amiga.sourceforge.net/OpenSSL/
    

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Re: OpenSSL for AmigaOS Updated!
Posted on 24-Nov-2009 5:25:14
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Thanks Diego


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Thanks a lot diego for your work for the amiga


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5 years is quiet a long time.

Should we be welcoming someone back?

Good work

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Though not native, I compiled openssl 2 years ago: http://aminet.net/package/dev/gg/openssl-bin

.. and the latest 0.9.x release about a week ago but never uploaded it (since it wasn't optimized).

Edit: Don't get me wrong.. This is good news. I hope it can calculate sha256 with hmac hashes.
Edit2: Aww.. It doesn't: openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "enterjibberishhere" file.txt

Windows build can do that.

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Its always nice to see updates to core amiga os network parts

Now down to the important question:

Should I be installing this 68K package under OS4.1?


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Quote:
5 years is quiet a long time.

Should we be welcoming someone back?


Five years is the time since amiga.sf.net/OpenSSL/ was last updated, just that

BTW, is that the TimerWolf logo (your avatar)?, looks nice

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Quote:
Aww.. It doesn't: openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "enterjibberishhere" file.txt


Use: openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "enterjibberishhere" <file.txt

and it will work.

There we released a BETA version for a reason, and it's meaning OpenSSL and AmigaOS-build both of them in Beta state. That issue with "file.txt" should be just a PATH problem of our no-ixemul build, which we'll try to get rid of it for the next non-beta build, thanks for reporting it. btw... within the devfiles.7z archive you'll find a ixemul build if you need it (eg, to be run from bash scripts..), this one shouldn't have that path problem, i guess.

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Quote:
Should I be installing this 68K package under OS4.1?


Well, if you need features only available on this build, i don't see why not (it should work), otherwise using the os4depot version/build should be just ok.

Anyhow, if there is interest, i could try to build the next non-beta for OS4 as well.

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@samo79
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You're welcome, Folks!

@all

BTW, something which wasn't mentioned on the Readme file is that the internal (build-in) PRNG have been greatly improved, which unlike previous builds should no longer produce 'random state' errors..

Such PRNG will only be used if a RANDOM: device cannot be opened - do you still lack a RANDOM: device under your AmigaOS system? no problem, there is one!

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Thank you for your update!


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Use: openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "enterjibberishhere" < file.txt and it will work.


No it won't (oops check edit bottom of post). Seems when compiling it on the Amiga, this ability is removed.. Or perhaps it needs to be specifically enabled?

My builds don't have it either.. Hmm.

Edit: Compiled fehashmac (took a while to find something!) and it does what I want.
Edit2: Oops, wrong binary :)

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Quote:
No it won't.


It works(tm)

BUT I've noticed a funny thing:

When you firstly reported the issue i've tested it under UAE, there i noticed also the same problem and found that using "<" is solved, as above stated.

Now, wondering why you tell it still don't work, I've tested it under my Real Amiga (A1200,060,3.9), and know what?

it works both ways!, no matter if i use "<" or no, it works!

LOL ;)

Now i wonder why the h*** it causes that behavior under UAE...


This is on my real amiga:

10/0.ram:> openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "hello" disk.info
HMAC-SHA256(disk.info)= 510cd142260fc277e9560eea35ed42b81b321cbbee7919db4d97124cdfa23ba6

10/0.ram:> openssl sha -sha256 -hmac "hello" <disk.info
(stdin)= 510cd142260fc277e9560eea35ed42b81b321cbbee7919db4d97124cdfa23ba6

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Is it possible to get "top" running on the scp-shell?

I got an error saying:

server.net: top
#Amiga: unknown terminal


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diego:

great to see that youre still around!

your efforts are much appriciated!.


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Hi ToAks, good to heard from you as well!, working on amigift has killed my coding life during the last few years (as i did nothing than that), but now that it's released i can go to normal life again..

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@fingus

You lack the "amiga" terminal type within GG:share/terminfo/a/

download this: http://amiga.sourceforge.net/temp/amigaterminfo.lha and extract it to the mentioned path.

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>Now i wonder why the h*** it causes that behavior under UAE...

Have you test winuae ?
what version ?

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It's E-UAE under Linux, last version i think.

feel free to test it under WinUAE yourself and let me know the results ;)

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