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package gnu.crypto.mac;

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// $Id: IMac.java,v 1.2 2002/11/07 17:17:45 raif Exp $
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import java.util.Map;
import java.security.InvalidKeyException;

 * <p>The basic visible methods of any MAC (Message Authentication Code)
 * algorithm.</p>
 * <p>A <i>MAC</i> provides a way to check the integrity of information
 * transmitted over, or stored in, an unreliable medium, based on a secret key.
 * Typically, <i>MAC</i>s are used between two parties, that share a common
 * secret key, in order to validate information transmitted between them.</p>
 * <p>When a <i>MAC</i> algorithm is based on a cryptographic hash function, it
 * is then called to a <i>HMAC</i> (Hashed Message Authentication Code) --see
 * <a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc-2104.txt">RFC-2104</a>.</p>
 * Another type of <i>MAC</i> algorithms exist: UMAC or <i>Universal Message
 * Authentication Code</i>, described in
 * <a href="http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-krovetz-umac-01.txt">
 * draft-krovetz-umac-01.txt</a>.</p>
 * <p>With <i>UMAC</i>s, the sender and receiver share a common secret key (the
 * <i>MAC</i> key) which determines:</p>
 * <ul>
 *    <li>The key for a <i>universal hash function</i>. This hash function is
 *    <i>non-cryptographic</i>, in the sense that it does not need to have any
 *    cryptographic <i>hardness</i> property. Rather, it needs to satisfy some
 *    combinatorial property, which can be proven to hold without relying on
 *    unproven hardness assumptions.</li>
 *    <li>The key for a <i>pseudorandom function</i>. This is where one needs a
 *    cryptographic hardness assumption. The pseudorandom function may be
 *    obtained from a <i>block cipher</i> or a <i>cryptographic hash function</i>.
 *    </li>
 * </ul>
 * <p>References:</p>
 * <ol>
 *    <li><a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc-2104.txt">RFC 2104</a>HMAC:
 *    Keyed-Hashing for Message Authentication.<br>
 *    H. Krawczyk, M. Bellare, and R. Canetti.</li>
 *    <li><a href="http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-krovetz-umac-01.txt">
 *    UMAC</a>: Message Authentication Code using Universal Hashing.<br>
 *    T. Krovetz, J. Black, S. Halevi, A. Hevia, H. Krawczyk, and P. Rogaway.</li>
 * </ol>
 * @version $Revision: 1.2 $
00097 public interface IMac extends Cloneable {

   // Constants
   // -------------------------------------------------------------------------

    * Property name of the user-supplied key material. The value associated to
    * this property name is taken to be a byte array.
00106    String MAC_KEY_MATERIAL = "gnu.crypto.mac.key.material";

    * <p>Property name of the desired truncated output size in bytes. The value
    * associated to this property name is taken to be an integer. If no value
    * is specified in the attributes map at initialisation time, then all bytes
    * of the underlying hash algorithm's output are emitted.</p>
    * <p>This implementation, follows the recommendation of the <i>RFC 2104</i>
    * authors; specifically:</p>
    * <pre>
    *    We recommend that the output length t be not less than half the
    *    length of the hash output (to match the birthday attack bound)
    *    and not less than 80 bits (a suitable lower bound on the number
    *    of bits that need to be predicted by an attacker).
    * </pre>
00124    String TRUNCATED_SIZE = "gnu.crypto.mac.truncated.size";

   // Methods
   // -------------------------------------------------------------------------

    * <p>Returns the canonical name of this algorithm.</p>
    * @return the canonical name of this algorithm.
   String name();

    * <p>Returns the output length in bytes of this <i>MAC</i> algorithm.</p>
    * @return the output length in bytes of this <i>MAC</i> algorithm.
   int macSize();

    * <p>Initialises the algorithm with designated attributes. Permissible names
    * and values are described in the class documentation above.</p>
    * @param attributes a set of name-value pairs that describe the desired
    * future instance behaviour.
    * @exception InvalidKeyException if the key data is invalid.
    * @exception IllegalStateException if the instance is already initialised.
    * @see #MAC_KEY_MATERIAL
   void init(Map attributes)
   throws InvalidKeyException, IllegalStateException;

    * <p>Continues a <i>MAC</i> operation using the input byte.</p>
    * @param b the input byte to digest.
   void update(byte b);

    * <p>Continues a <i>MAC</i> operation, by filling the buffer, processing
    * data in the algorithm's MAC_SIZE-bit block(s), updating the context and
    * count, and buffering the remaining bytes in buffer for the next
    * operation.</p>
    * @param in the input block.
    * @param offset start of meaningful bytes in input block.
    * @param length number of bytes, in input block, to consider.
   void update(byte[] in, int offset, int length);

    * <p>Completes the <i>MAC</i> by performing final operations such as
    * padding and resetting the instance.</p>
    * @return the array of bytes representing the <i>MAC</i> value.
   byte[] digest();

    * <p>Resets the algorithm instance for re-initialisation and use with other
    * characteristics. This method always succeeds.</p>
   void reset();

    * <p>A basic test. Ensures that the MAC of a pre-determined message is equal
    * to a known pre-computed value.</p>
    * @return <code>true</code> if the implementation passes a basic self-test.
    * Returns <code>false</code> otherwise.
   boolean selfTest();

    * <p>Returns a clone copy of this instance.</p>
    * @return a clone copy of this instance.
   Object clone();

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