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  1. Martin Searancke

    Attempting to implement DTLS with PSK

    I will take a look at the higher level functions but because the first line of the initialization calls a openSSL function that's not implemented in ICS (DTLSv1_2_client_method) I guess I assumed I could not use those: params.ctx := f_SSL_CTX_new(f_DTLSv1_2_client_method()); Martin
  2. Martin Searancke

    Attempting to implement DTLS with PSK

    I could not find anything in your higher level components that got me close to a DTLS implementation. I would love to contribute back and assist with adding DTLS to ICS but I figured I first needed to try to get something working. I guess my question is probably more suited for the openSSL mail list but to post my question there I need to convert what I have done back to c++. This will be my next step. What I didn't think to try earlier was wireshark. I have since look into it and I cant see any packets (using both a port filter and a DTLS filter) so that tells me I do not have this setup correctly at all. Martin
  3. Martin Searancke

    Attempting to implement DTLS with PSK

    I have managed to work out all of the missing functions that I think are needed but unfortunately SSL_connect is failing with SSL_ERROR_SSL. I also have a breakpoint on the PSK callback but this is never reached. I realize that I am asking for something that has not been implemented in your components but any assistance would be appreciated. Below is my code that is based on these 2 posts that I have found: An implementation of DTLS using OpenSSL but using a certificate file rather than PSK: https://chris-wood.github.io/2016/05/06/OpenSSL-DTLS.html An implementation of PSK using OpenSSL but with a connected socket: https://bitbucket.org/tiebingzhang/tls-psk-server-client-example/src/783092f802383421cfa1088b0e7b804b39d3cf7c/psk_client.c?at=default 2 lines I am least sure about is the call "f_SSL_CTX_set_cipher_list" as I have not found any documentation about the specific cipher that is required by Philips (TLS_PSK_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256). The other uncertainty is the call to "f_BIO_get_ssl" as the second parameter has to be the address of SSL for this function to not return an error. This seems inconsistent with the function definition but is consistent with the C++ example. Thanks in advance, Martin ICS_OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER := OSSL_VER_1100; SsleayLoad; LibeayLoad; // Create a new context using DTLS params.ctx := f_SSL_CTX_new(f_DTLSv1_2_client_method()); if not assigned(params.ctx) then exit; f_SSL_CTX_set_psk_client_callback(params.ctx, @psk_client_cb); // Set our supported ciphers // TLS_PSK_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 var res := f_SSL_CTX_set_cipher_list(params.ctx, 'TLS-PSK-WITH-AES-128-GCM-SHA256'); // 'ALL:!ADH:!LOW:!EXP:!MD5:@STRENGTH'); if res <> 1 then exit; params.bio := f_BIO_new_ssl_connect(params.ctx); res := f_BIO_set_conn_hostname(params.bio, PAnsiChar(AnsiString(ParamObj.HueBridgeIP+':2100'))); if res <> 1 then exit; res := f_BIO_get_ssl(params.bio, @params.ssl); if res <> 1 then exit; f_SSL_set_connect_state(params.ssl); res := f_SSL_set_mode(params.ssl, SSL_MODE_AUTO_RETRY); if res <> SSL_MODE_AUTO_RETRY then exit; res := f_SSL_connect(params.ssl); if res = -1 then begin var error_code: integer; res := f_SSL_get_error(params.ssl, res); ShowMessage(Inttostr(res)); end;
  4. Martin Searancke

    Attempting to implement DTLS with PSK

    Thanks, for now I have just make a copy of OverbyteIcsSSLEAY.pas that I have edited. I didn't get a chance to get back into this today but once I have figured all of this out I will try to contribute back. Highly likely there will be more questions.
  5. So I have been fighting with this little project for a couple of weeks on and off with varying success. Slowing putting together pieces of the puzzle from various community groups. To implement DTLS with PSK I have had to modify "OverbyteIcsSSLEAY.pas" to add several missing functions (e.g. SSL_CTX_set_psk_client_callback). Two important function to get this working are BIO_set_conn_hostname and BIO_get_ssl. Both of these are c++ macros that call "BIO_ctrl". This however is not located in "libssl-1_1.dll" but rather "libcrypto-1_1.dll". In "OverbyteIcsSSLEAY.pas" I can see "GLIBEAY_110DLL_Name" defined (libcrypto-1_1.dll) but this is never used or referenced anywhere in the unit. I don't think I will have any trouble adding the appropriate code to load this and import "BIO_ctrl" but before doing so I wanted to check if there is another unit that already does this (couldn't find anything)? Thanks in advance, Martin