pub trait RsaCryptoBaseMut<'a> {
    fn set_client(&'a self, client: &'a dyn Client<'a>);
    fn clear_data(&self);
    fn mod_exponent(
        message: &'static mut [u8],
        modulus: &'static mut [u8],
        exponent: &'static mut [u8],
        result: &'static mut [u8]
    ) -> Result<(), (ErrorCode, &'static mut [u8], &'static mut [u8], &'static mut [u8], &'static mut [u8])>; }

Required Methods

Set the Client client to be called on completion.

Clear any confidential data.

Calculate (message ^ exponent) % modulus and store it in the result buffer.

On completion the mod_exponent_done() upcall will be scheduled.

The length of modulus must be a power of 2 and determines the length of the operation.

The message and exponent buffers can be any length. All of the data in the buffer up to the length of the modulus will be used. This allows callers to allocate larger buffers to support multiple RSA lengths, but only the operation length (defined by the modulus) will be used.

The result buffer must be at least as large as the modulus buffer, otherwise Err(SIZE) will be returned. If result is longer then modulus the data will be stored in the result buffer from 0 to modulue.len().

The possible ErrorCodes are:

  • BUSY: The system is busy
  • ALREADY: An operation is already on going
  • INVAL: An invalid parameter was supplied
  • SIZE: The size of the result buffer is invalid
  • NOSUPPORT: The operation is not supported