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Blowfish using Inline::C

by ton (Friar)
on Jan 26, 2002 at 04:41 UTC ( #141698=sourcecode: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Category: Cryptography
Author/Contact Info Ton Sistos
ton@moonlight.com
Description: I wrote a C implementation of Crypt::CBC in Blowfish mode, and tied it to Perl using the excellent Inline module. The result is a perl package that is roughly ten times faster than Crypt::CBC. All comments are welcome!

Sample Use

my $obj = Blowfish->new($passphrase, length($passphrase)); my $crypttext = $obj->Encrypt($text, length($text)); my $plaintext = $obj->Decrypt($crypttext, length($crypttext));
######################################################################
+######
# Package Name: Blowfish
#       Inline implementation of the Blowfish encryption algorithm in
#       CBC mode.  Blowfish supports up to 56 byte (448 bit) keys; I s
+uggest
#       you use them!
#
# Purpose: 
#    This is a replacement for Crypt::CBC in Blowfish mode.  It is aro
+und
#   ten times faster than the other module.  Note that I do not use th
+e
#   MD5 hash of the passphrase as the key; I use the original key.  Us
+ing
#   MD5 is cryptographically not as secure as using the original key, 
+as
#   the first 22 bytes will determine the remaining 34.
#
# Note: Initialization is expensive.  Do not use CBC's approach of cre
+ating
#   a new object every time you want to (en|de)crypt something.
#
# Sample use:
#   my $obj = Blowfish->new($passphrase, length($passphrase));
#   my $crypttext = $obj->Encrypt($text, length($text));
#   my $plaintext = $obj->Decrypt($crypttext, length($crypttext));
#
# DESIGN, PROGRAMMING: Ton Sistos
#
######################################################################
+#####

package Blowfish;

BEGIN
{
    my $bigEndian = ($^O eq 'hpux');
    require Inline;
    if ($bigEndian) {
        import Inline(C => Config => AUTO_INCLUDE => '#define big_endi
+an');
    }
}

use Inline C => <<'END';

#include <string.h>
#include <time.h>

#define KEYSIZE      56
#define BLOCKSIZE    8              /* DO NOT CHANGE */
#define BUFFERSIZE   16
#define MAXKEYBYTES  56             /* 448 bits */

typedef struct {
  unsigned long P[16 + 2];
  unsigned long S[4][256];
} BLOWFISH_CTX;

typedef struct {
    BLOWFISH_CTX ctx;
    char iv[BLOCKSIZE];
    char buffer[BUFFERSIZE];
    int buffLen;                           /* used length, not allocat
+ed length */
    char isEncrypting;
} Blowfish;

static unsigned long _ByteReverse(unsigned long num)
{
    return (((num & 0xFF000000) >> 24) | 
            ((num & 0x00FF0000) >>  8) | 
            ((num & 0x0000FF00) <<  8) | 
            ((num & 0x000000FF) << 24));
}

/*
static void _PrintStream(unsigned long num)
{
    char *ptr = (char *)(&num);
    int i, j;
    printf("%lu:\t", num);
    for (i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
        for (j = 0; j < 8; ++j) {
            if (ptr[i] & (1 << 7)) printf("1");
            else printf("0");
            ptr[i] = ptr[i] << 1;
        }
        printf(" ");
    }
    printf("\n");
}
*/

/*
 * This part is ripped from code written by another author:
 *
 * Author     :  Paul Kocher
 * E-mail     :  pck@netcom.com
 * Date       :  1997
 * Description:  C implementation of the Blowfish algorithm.
 * Location   :  http://www.counterpane.com/bfsh-koc.zip
 */

#define N               16
static const unsigned long ORIG_P[16 + 2] = {
        0x243F6A88L, 0x85A308D3L, 0x13198A2EL, 0x03707344L,
        0xA4093822L, 0x299F31D0L, 0x082EFA98L, 0xEC4E6C89L,
        0x452821E6L, 0x38D01377L, 0xBE5466CFL, 0x34E90C6CL,
        0xC0AC29B7L, 0xC97C50DDL, 0x3F84D5B5L, 0xB5470917L,
        0x9216D5D9L, 0x8979FB1BL
};

static const unsigned long ORIG_S[4][256] = {
    {   0xD1310BA6L, 0x98DFB5ACL, 0x2FFD72DBL, 0xD01ADFB7L,
        0xB8E1AFEDL, 0x6A267E96L, 0xBA7C9045L, 0xF12C7F99L,
        0x24A19947L, 0xB3916CF7L, 0x0801F2E2L, 0x858EFC16L,
        0x636920D8L, 0x71574E69L, 0xA458FEA3L, 0xF4933D7EL,
        0x0D95748FL, 0x728EB658L, 0x718BCD58L, 0x82154AEEL,
        0x7B54A41DL, 0xC25A59B5L, 0x9C30D539L, 0x2AF26013L,
        0xC5D1B023L, 0x286085F0L, 0xCA417918L, 0xB8DB38EFL,
        0x8E79DCB0L, 0x603A180EL, 0x6C9E0E8BL, 0xB01E8A3EL,
        0xD71577C1L, 0xBD314B27L, 0x78AF2FDAL, 0x55605C60L,
        0xE65525F3L, 0xAA55AB94L, 0x57489862L, 0x63E81440L,
        0x55CA396AL, 0x2AAB10B6L, 0xB4CC5C34L, 0x1141E8CEL,
        0xA15486AFL, 0x7C72E993L, 0xB3EE1411L, 0x636FBC2AL,
        0x2BA9C55DL, 0x741831F6L, 0xCE5C3E16L, 0x9B87931EL,
        0xAFD6BA33L, 0x6C24CF5CL, 0x7A325381L, 0x28958677L,
        0x3B8F4898L, 0x6B4BB9AFL, 0xC4BFE81BL, 0x66282193L,
        0x61D809CCL, 0xFB21A991L, 0x487CAC60L, 0x5DEC8032L,
        0xEF845D5DL, 0xE98575B1L, 0xDC262302L, 0xEB651B88L,
        0x23893E81L, 0xD396ACC5L, 0x0F6D6FF3L, 0x83F44239L,
        0x2E0B4482L, 0xA4842004L, 0x69C8F04AL, 0x9E1F9B5EL,
        0x21C66842L, 0xF6E96C9AL, 0x670C9C61L, 0xABD388F0L,
        0x6A51A0D2L, 0xD8542F68L, 0x960FA728L, 0xAB5133A3L,
        0x6EEF0B6CL, 0x137A3BE4L, 0xBA3BF050L, 0x7EFB2A98L,
        0xA1F1651DL, 0x39AF0176L, 0x66CA593EL, 0x82430E88L,
        0x8CEE8619L, 0x456F9FB4L, 0x7D84A5C3L, 0x3B8B5EBEL,
        0xE06F75D8L, 0x85C12073L, 0x401A449FL, 0x56C16AA6L,
        0x4ED3AA62L, 0x363F7706L, 0x1BFEDF72L, 0x429B023DL,
        0x37D0D724L, 0xD00A1248L, 0xDB0FEAD3L, 0x49F1C09BL,
        0x075372C9L, 0x80991B7BL, 0x25D479D8L, 0xF6E8DEF7L,
        0xE3FE501AL, 0xB6794C3BL, 0x976CE0BDL, 0x04C006BAL,
        0xC1A94FB6L, 0x409F60C4L, 0x5E5C9EC2L, 0x196A2463L,
        0x68FB6FAFL, 0x3E6C53B5L, 0x1339B2EBL, 0x3B52EC6FL,
        0x6DFC511FL, 0x9B30952CL, 0xCC814544L, 0xAF5EBD09L,
        0xBEE3D004L, 0xDE334AFDL, 0x660F2807L, 0x192E4BB3L,
        0xC0CBA857L, 0x45C8740FL, 0xD20B5F39L, 0xB9D3FBDBL,
        0x5579C0BDL, 0x1A60320AL, 0xD6A100C6L, 0x402C7279L,
        0x679F25FEL, 0xFB1FA3CCL, 0x8EA5E9F8L, 0xDB3222F8L,
        0x3C7516DFL, 0xFD616B15L, 0x2F501EC8L, 0xAD0552ABL,
        0x323DB5FAL, 0xFD238760L, 0x53317B48L, 0x3E00DF82L,
        0x9E5C57BBL, 0xCA6F8CA0L, 0x1A87562EL, 0xDF1769DBL,
        0xD542A8F6L, 0x287EFFC3L, 0xAC6732C6L, 0x8C4F5573L,
        0x695B27B0L, 0xBBCA58C8L, 0xE1FFA35DL, 0xB8F011A0L,
        0x10FA3D98L, 0xFD2183B8L, 0x4AFCB56CL, 0x2DD1D35BL,
        0x9A53E479L, 0xB6F84565L, 0xD28E49BCL, 0x4BFB9790L,
        0xE1DDF2DAL, 0xA4CB7E33L, 0x62FB1341L, 0xCEE4C6E8L,
        0xEF20CADAL, 0x36774C01L, 0xD07E9EFEL, 0x2BF11FB4L,
        0x95DBDA4DL, 0xAE909198L, 0xEAAD8E71L, 0x6B93D5A0L,
        0xD08ED1D0L, 0xAFC725E0L, 0x8E3C5B2FL, 0x8E7594B7L,
        0x8FF6E2FBL, 0xF2122B64L, 0x8888B812L, 0x900DF01CL,
        0x4FAD5EA0L, 0x688FC31CL, 0xD1CFF191L, 0xB3A8C1ADL,
        0x2F2F2218L, 0xBE0E1777L, 0xEA752DFEL, 0x8B021FA1L,
        0xE5A0CC0FL, 0xB56F74E8L, 0x18ACF3D6L, 0xCE89E299L,
        0xB4A84FE0L, 0xFD13E0B7L, 0x7CC43B81L, 0xD2ADA8D9L,
        0x165FA266L, 0x80957705L, 0x93CC7314L, 0x211A1477L,
        0xE6AD2065L, 0x77B5FA86L, 0xC75442F5L, 0xFB9D35CFL,
        0xEBCDAF0CL, 0x7B3E89A0L, 0xD6411BD3L, 0xAE1E7E49L,
        0x00250E2DL, 0x2071B35EL, 0x226800BBL, 0x57B8E0AFL,
        0x2464369BL, 0xF009B91EL, 0x5563911DL, 0x59DFA6AAL,
        0x78C14389L, 0xD95A537FL, 0x207D5BA2L, 0x02E5B9C5L,
        0x83260376L, 0x6295CFA9L, 0x11C81968L, 0x4E734A41L,
        0xB3472DCAL, 0x7B14A94AL, 0x1B510052L, 0x9A532915L,
        0xD60F573FL, 0xBC9BC6E4L, 0x2B60A476L, 0x81E67400L,
        0x08BA6FB5L, 0x571BE91FL, 0xF296EC6BL, 0x2A0DD915L,
        0xB6636521L, 0xE7B9F9B6L, 0xFF34052EL, 0xC5855664L,
        0x53B02D5DL, 0xA99F8FA1L, 0x08BA4799L, 0x6E85076AL   },

    {   0x4B7A70E9L, 0xB5B32944L, 0xDB75092EL, 0xC4192623L,
        0xAD6EA6B0L, 0x49A7DF7DL, 0x9CEE60B8L, 0x8FEDB266L,
        0xECAA8C71L, 0x699A17FFL, 0x5664526CL, 0xC2B19EE1L,
        0x193602A5L, 0x75094C29L, 0xA0591340L, 0xE4183A3EL,
        0x3F54989AL, 0x5B429D65L, 0x6B8FE4D6L, 0x99F73FD6L,
        0xA1D29C07L, 0xEFE830F5L, 0x4D2D38E6L, 0xF0255DC1L,
        0x4CDD2086L, 0x8470EB26L, 0x6382E9C6L, 0x021ECC5EL,
        0x09686B3FL, 0x3EBAEFC9L, 0x3C971814L, 0x6B6A70A1L,
        0x687F3584L, 0x52A0E286L, 0xB79C5305L, 0xAA500737L,
        0x3E07841CL, 0x7FDEAE5CL, 0x8E7D44ECL, 0x5716F2B8L,
        0xB03ADA37L, 0xF0500C0DL, 0xF01C1F04L, 0x0200B3FFL,
        0xAE0CF51AL, 0x3CB574B2L, 0x25837A58L, 0xDC0921BDL,
        0xD19113F9L, 0x7CA92FF6L, 0x94324773L, 0x22F54701L,
        0x3AE5E581L, 0x37C2DADCL, 0xC8B57634L, 0x9AF3DDA7L,
        0xA9446146L, 0x0FD0030EL, 0xECC8C73EL, 0xA4751E41L,
        0xE238CD99L, 0x3BEA0E2FL, 0x3280BBA1L, 0x183EB331L,
        0x4E548B38L, 0x4F6DB908L, 0x6F420D03L, 0xF60A04BFL,
        0x2CB81290L, 0x24977C79L, 0x5679B072L, 0xBCAF89AFL,
        0xDE9A771FL, 0xD9930810L, 0xB38BAE12L, 0xDCCF3F2EL,
        0x5512721FL, 0x2E6B7124L, 0x501ADDE6L, 0x9F84CD87L,
        0x7A584718L, 0x7408DA17L, 0xBC9F9ABCL, 0xE94B7D8CL,
        0xEC7AEC3AL, 0xDB851DFAL, 0x63094366L, 0xC464C3D2L,
        0xEF1C1847L, 0x3215D908L, 0xDD433B37L, 0x24C2BA16L,
        0x12A14D43L, 0x2A65C451L, 0x50940002L, 0x133AE4DDL,
        0x71DFF89EL, 0x10314E55L, 0x81AC77D6L, 0x5F11199BL,
        0x043556F1L, 0xD7A3C76BL, 0x3C11183BL, 0x5924A509L,
        0xF28FE6EDL, 0x97F1FBFAL, 0x9EBABF2CL, 0x1E153C6EL,
        0x86E34570L, 0xEAE96FB1L, 0x860E5E0AL, 0x5A3E2AB3L,
        0x771FE71CL, 0x4E3D06FAL, 0x2965DCB9L, 0x99E71D0FL,
        0x803E89D6L, 0x5266C825L, 0x2E4CC978L, 0x9C10B36AL,
        0xC6150EBAL, 0x94E2EA78L, 0xA5FC3C53L, 0x1E0A2DF4L,
        0xF2F74EA7L, 0x361D2B3DL, 0x1939260FL, 0x19C27960L,
        0x5223A708L, 0xF71312B6L, 0xEBADFE6EL, 0xEAC31F66L,
        0xE3BC4595L, 0xA67BC883L, 0xB17F37D1L, 0x018CFF28L,
        0xC332DDEFL, 0xBE6C5AA5L, 0x65582185L, 0x68AB9802L,
        0xEECEA50FL, 0xDB2F953BL, 0x2AEF7DADL, 0x5B6E2F84L,
        0x1521B628L, 0x29076170L, 0xECDD4775L, 0x619F1510L,
        0x13CCA830L, 0xEB61BD96L, 0x0334FE1EL, 0xAA0363CFL,
        0xB5735C90L, 0x4C70A239L, 0xD59E9E0BL, 0xCBAADE14L,
        0xEECC86BCL, 0x60622CA7L, 0x9CAB5CABL, 0xB2F3846EL,
        0x648B1EAFL, 0x19BDF0CAL, 0xA02369B9L, 0x655ABB50L,
        0x40685A32L, 0x3C2AB4B3L, 0x319EE9D5L, 0xC021B8F7L,
        0x9B540B19L, 0x875FA099L, 0x95F7997EL, 0x623D7DA8L,
        0xF837889AL, 0x97E32D77L, 0x11ED935FL, 0x16681281L,
        0x0E358829L, 0xC7E61FD6L, 0x96DEDFA1L, 0x7858BA99L,
        0x57F584A5L, 0x1B227263L, 0x9B83C3FFL, 0x1AC24696L,
        0xCDB30AEBL, 0x532E3054L, 0x8FD948E4L, 0x6DBC3128L,
        0x58EBF2EFL, 0x34C6FFEAL, 0xFE28ED61L, 0xEE7C3C73L,
        0x5D4A14D9L, 0xE864B7E3L, 0x42105D14L, 0x203E13E0L,
        0x45EEE2B6L, 0xA3AAABEAL, 0xDB6C4F15L, 0xFACB4FD0L,
        0xC742F442L, 0xEF6ABBB5L, 0x654F3B1DL, 0x41CD2105L,
        0xD81E799EL, 0x86854DC7L, 0xE44B476AL, 0x3D816250L,
        0xCF62A1F2L, 0x5B8D2646L, 0xFC8883A0L, 0xC1C7B6A3L,
        0x7F1524C3L, 0x69CB7492L, 0x47848A0BL, 0x5692B285L,
        0x095BBF00L, 0xAD19489DL, 0x1462B174L, 0x23820E00L,
        0x58428D2AL, 0x0C55F5EAL, 0x1DADF43EL, 0x233F7061L,
        0x3372F092L, 0x8D937E41L, 0xD65FECF1L, 0x6C223BDBL,
        0x7CDE3759L, 0xCBEE7460L, 0x4085F2A7L, 0xCE77326EL,
        0xA6078084L, 0x19F8509EL, 0xE8EFD855L, 0x61D99735L,
        0xA969A7AAL, 0xC50C06C2L, 0x5A04ABFCL, 0x800BCADCL,
        0x9E447A2EL, 0xC3453484L, 0xFDD56705L, 0x0E1E9EC9L,
        0xDB73DBD3L, 0x105588CDL, 0x675FDA79L, 0xE3674340L,
        0xC5C43465L, 0x713E38D8L, 0x3D28F89EL, 0xF16DFF20L,
        0x153E21E7L, 0x8FB03D4AL, 0xE6E39F2BL, 0xDB83ADF7L   },

    {   0xE93D5A68L, 0x948140F7L, 0xF64C261CL, 0x94692934L,
        0x411520F7L, 0x7602D4F7L, 0xBCF46B2EL, 0xD4A20068L,
        0xD4082471L, 0x3320F46AL, 0x43B7D4B7L, 0x500061AFL,
        0x1E39F62EL, 0x97244546L, 0x14214F74L, 0xBF8B8840L,
        0x4D95FC1DL, 0x96B591AFL, 0x70F4DDD3L, 0x66A02F45L,
        0xBFBC09ECL, 0x03BD9785L, 0x7FAC6DD0L, 0x31CB8504L,
        0x96EB27B3L, 0x55FD3941L, 0xDA2547E6L, 0xABCA0A9AL,
        0x28507825L, 0x530429F4L, 0x0A2C86DAL, 0xE9B66DFBL,
        0x68DC1462L, 0xD7486900L, 0x680EC0A4L, 0x27A18DEEL,
        0x4F3FFEA2L, 0xE887AD8CL, 0xB58CE006L, 0x7AF4D6B6L,
        0xAACE1E7CL, 0xD3375FECL, 0xCE78A399L, 0x406B2A42L,
        0x20FE9E35L, 0xD9F385B9L, 0xEE39D7ABL, 0x3B124E8BL,
        0x1DC9FAF7L, 0x4B6D1856L, 0x26A36631L, 0xEAE397B2L,
        0x3A6EFA74L, 0xDD5B4332L, 0x6841E7F7L, 0xCA7820FBL,
        0xFB0AF54EL, 0xD8FEB397L, 0x454056ACL, 0xBA489527L,
        0x55533A3AL, 0x20838D87L, 0xFE6BA9B7L, 0xD096954BL,
        0x55A867BCL, 0xA1159A58L, 0xCCA92963L, 0x99E1DB33L,
        0xA62A4A56L, 0x3F3125F9L, 0x5EF47E1CL, 0x9029317CL,
        0xFDF8E802L, 0x04272F70L, 0x80BB155CL, 0x05282CE3L,
        0x95C11548L, 0xE4C66D22L, 0x48C1133FL, 0xC70F86DCL,
        0x07F9C9EEL, 0x41041F0FL, 0x404779A4L, 0x5D886E17L,
        0x325F51EBL, 0xD59BC0D1L, 0xF2BCC18FL, 0x41113564L,
        0x257B7834L, 0x602A9C60L, 0xDFF8E8A3L, 0x1F636C1BL,
        0x0E12B4C2L, 0x02E1329EL, 0xAF664FD1L, 0xCAD18115L,
        0x6B2395E0L, 0x333E92E1L, 0x3B240B62L, 0xEEBEB922L,
        0x85B2A20EL, 0xE6BA0D99L, 0xDE720C8CL, 0x2DA2F728L,
        0xD0127845L, 0x95B794FDL, 0x647D0862L, 0xE7CCF5F0L,
        0x5449A36FL, 0x877D48FAL, 0xC39DFD27L, 0xF33E8D1EL,
        0x0A476341L, 0x992EFF74L, 0x3A6F6EABL, 0xF4F8FD37L,
        0xA812DC60L, 0xA1EBDDF8L, 0x991BE14CL, 0xDB6E6B0DL,
        0xC67B5510L, 0x6D672C37L, 0x2765D43BL, 0xDCD0E804L,
        0xF1290DC7L, 0xCC00FFA3L, 0xB5390F92L, 0x690FED0BL,
        0x667B9FFBL, 0xCEDB7D9CL, 0xA091CF0BL, 0xD9155EA3L,
        0xBB132F88L, 0x515BAD24L, 0x7B9479BFL, 0x763BD6EBL,
        0x37392EB3L, 0xCC115979L, 0x8026E297L, 0xF42E312DL,
        0x6842ADA7L, 0xC66A2B3BL, 0x12754CCCL, 0x782EF11CL,
        0x6A124237L, 0xB79251E7L, 0x06A1BBE6L, 0x4BFB6350L,
        0x1A6B1018L, 0x11CAEDFAL, 0x3D25BDD8L, 0xE2E1C3C9L,
        0x44421659L, 0x0A121386L, 0xD90CEC6EL, 0xD5ABEA2AL,
        0x64AF674EL, 0xDA86A85FL, 0xBEBFE988L, 0x64E4C3FEL,
        0x9DBC8057L, 0xF0F7C086L, 0x60787BF8L, 0x6003604DL,
        0xD1FD8346L, 0xF6381FB0L, 0x7745AE04L, 0xD736FCCCL,
        0x83426B33L, 0xF01EAB71L, 0xB0804187L, 0x3C005E5FL,
        0x77A057BEL, 0xBDE8AE24L, 0x55464299L, 0xBF582E61L,
        0x4E58F48FL, 0xF2DDFDA2L, 0xF474EF38L, 0x8789BDC2L,
        0x5366F9C3L, 0xC8B38E74L, 0xB475F255L, 0x46FCD9B9L,
        0x7AEB2661L, 0x8B1DDF84L, 0x846A0E79L, 0x915F95E2L,
        0x466E598EL, 0x20B45770L, 0x8CD55591L, 0xC902DE4CL,
        0xB90BACE1L, 0xBB8205D0L, 0x11A86248L, 0x7574A99EL,
        0xB77F19B6L, 0xE0A9DC09L, 0x662D09A1L, 0xC4324633L,
        0xE85A1F02L, 0x09F0BE8CL, 0x4A99A025L, 0x1D6EFE10L,
        0x1AB93D1DL, 0x0BA5A4DFL, 0xA186F20FL, 0x2868F169L,
        0xDCB7DA83L, 0x573906FEL, 0xA1E2CE9BL, 0x4FCD7F52L,
        0x50115E01L, 0xA70683FAL, 0xA002B5C4L, 0x0DE6D027L,
        0x9AF88C27L, 0x773F8641L, 0xC3604C06L, 0x61A806B5L,
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};

static unsigned long F(BLOWFISH_CTX *ctx, unsigned long x) 
{
   unsigned short a, b, c, d;
   unsigned long  y;

   d = x & 0x00FF;
   x >>= 8;
   c = x & 0x00FF;
   x >>= 8;
   b = x & 0x00FF;
   x >>= 8;
   a = x & 0x00FF;

   y = ctx->S[0][a] + ctx->S[1][b];
   y = y ^ ctx->S[2][c];
   y = y + ctx->S[3][d]; 
   return y;
}

void Blowfish_Encrypt(BLOWFISH_CTX *ctx, unsigned long *xl, unsigned l
+ong *xr) 
{
  unsigned long  Xl;
  unsigned long  Xr;
  unsigned long  temp;
  short       i;

  Xl = *xl;
  Xr = *xr;
  for (i = 0; i < N; ++i) {
    Xl = Xl ^ ctx->P[i];
    Xr = F(ctx, Xl) ^ Xr;
    /* Exchange Xl and Xr */
    temp = Xl;
    Xl = Xr;
    Xr = temp;
  }

  /* Exchange Xl and Xr */
  temp = Xl;
  Xl = Xr;
  Xr = temp;

  Xr = Xr ^ ctx->P[N];
  Xl = Xl ^ ctx->P[N + 1];
  *xl = Xl;
  *xr = Xr;
}

void Blowfish_Decrypt(BLOWFISH_CTX *ctx, unsigned long *xl, unsigned l
+ong *xr) 
{
  unsigned long  Xl;
  unsigned long  Xr;
  unsigned long  temp;
  short       i;

  Xl = *xl;
  Xr = *xr;
  for (i = N + 1; i > 1; --i) {
    Xl = Xl ^ ctx->P[i];
    Xr = F(ctx, Xl) ^ Xr;
    /* Exchange Xl and Xr */
    temp = Xl;
    Xl = Xr;
    Xr = temp;
  }

  /* Exchange Xl and Xr */
  temp = Xl;
  Xl = Xr;
  Xr = temp;

  Xr = Xr ^ ctx->P[1];
  Xl = Xl ^ ctx->P[0];

  *xl = Xl;
  *xr = Xr;
}

void Blowfish_Init(BLOWFISH_CTX *ctx, unsigned char *key, int keyLen) 
{
  int i, j, k;
  unsigned long data, datal, datar;

  for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
    for (j = 0; j < 256; j++) {
      ctx->S[i][j] = ORIG_S[i][j];
    }
  }

  j = 0;
  for (i = 0; i < N + 2; ++i) {
    data = 0x00000000;
    for (k = 0; k < 4; ++k) {
      data = (data << 8) | key[j];
      j = j + 1;
      if (j >= keyLen)
        j = 0;
    }
    ctx->P[i] = ORIG_P[i] ^ data;
  }

  datal = 0x00000000;
  datar = 0x00000000;
  for (i = 0; i < N + 2; i += 2) {
    Blowfish_Encrypt(ctx, &datal, &datar);
    ctx->P[i] = datal;
    ctx->P[i + 1] = datar;
  }

  for (i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
    for (j = 0; j < 256; j += 2) {
      Blowfish_Encrypt(ctx, &datal, &datar);
      ctx->S[i][j] = datal;
      ctx->S[i][j + 1] = datar;
    }
  }
}

/*
 * This part is written by me; it is based on the Crypt::CBC package, 
+but heavily
 * modified to take advantage of direct memory access.
 */

static void _Start(Blowfish *blowfish, char isEncrypting)
{
    int i;
    for (i = 0; i < BUFFERSIZE; ++i) blowfish->buffer[i] = '\0';
    blowfish->isEncrypting = isEncrypting;
}

static char *_Crypt(Blowfish *blowfish, char *dest, char *src, int src
+Len)
{
    int numBlocks, rem, i;
    unsigned long L, R;

    if (blowfish->isEncrypting) {
        strcpy(dest, "RandomIV");
        dest += 8;
        memcpy(dest, blowfish->iv, BLOCKSIZE);
        dest += BLOCKSIZE;
    } else {
        if (strncmp(src, "RandomIV", 8) == 0) {
            memcpy(blowfish->iv, src + 8, BLOCKSIZE);
            src += (8 + BLOCKSIZE);
            srcLen -= (8 + BLOCKSIZE);
        }
    }

    if (srcLen < BLOCKSIZE) {
        memcpy(blowfish->buffer, src, srcLen);
        blowfish->buffLen = srcLen;
        return dest;
    }
    rem = srcLen % BLOCKSIZE;
    numBlocks = srcLen / BLOCKSIZE;
    if (blowfish->isEncrypting) {
        if (rem) { /* we have an unfilled block at the end */
            memcpy(blowfish->buffer, src + numBlocks*BLOCKSIZE, srcLen
+ - numBlocks*BLOCKSIZE);
            blowfish->buffLen = rem;
        }
    } else { /* always leave at least one full block at the end */
        memcpy(blowfish->buffer, src + (numBlocks -1)*BLOCKSIZE, srcLe
+n - (numBlocks -1)*BLOCKSIZE);
        blowfish->buffLen = srcLen - (numBlocks -1)*BLOCKSIZE;
        --numBlocks;
    }

    for (i = 0; i < numBlocks; ++i) {
        if (blowfish->isEncrypting) {
            L = *((unsigned long *)(src + (i * BLOCKSIZE)));
            R = *((unsigned long *)(src + (i * BLOCKSIZE) + (BLOCKSIZE
+ / 2)));
            L ^= *((unsigned long *)blowfish->iv);
            R ^= *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2));
#ifdef big_endian
            L = _ByteReverse(L);
            R = _ByteReverse(R);
            Blowfish_Encrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
            L = _ByteReverse(L);
            R = _ByteReverse(R);
#else
            Blowfish_Encrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
#endif
            memcpy(blowfish->iv, (char *)(&L), BLOCKSIZE/2);
            memcpy(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2, (char *)(&R), BLOCKSIZE
+/2);
            memcpy(dest, blowfish->iv, BLOCKSIZE);
            dest += BLOCKSIZE;
        } else {
            L = *((unsigned long *)(src + (i * BLOCKSIZE)));
            R = *((unsigned long *)(src + (i * BLOCKSIZE) + (BLOCKSIZE
+ / 2)));
#ifdef big_endian
            L = _ByteReverse(L);
            R = _ByteReverse(R);
            Blowfish_Decrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
            L = _ByteReverse(L);
            R = _ByteReverse(R);
#else
            Blowfish_Decrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
#endif
            L ^= *((unsigned long *)blowfish->iv);
            R ^= *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2));

            memcpy(dest, (char *)(&L), BLOCKSIZE/2);
            memcpy(dest + BLOCKSIZE/2, (char *)(&R), BLOCKSIZE/2);
            memcpy(blowfish->iv, src + (i * BLOCKSIZE), BLOCKSIZE);
            dest += BLOCKSIZE;
        }
    }
    return dest;
}

static char *_Finish(Blowfish *blowfish, char *dest)
{
    int i;
    unsigned long L, R;

    if (blowfish->isEncrypting) {
        /* in case we had an even multiple of BLOCKSIZE */
        if (!blowfish->buffLen) {
            for (i = 0; i < BLOCKSIZE; ++i) blowfish->buffer[i] = BLOC
+KSIZE;
            blowfish->buffLen = BLOCKSIZE;
        }
        for (i = blowfish->buffLen; i < BLOCKSIZE; ++i) blowfish->buff
+er[i] = BLOCKSIZE - blowfish->buffLen;
        blowfish->buffLen = BLOCKSIZE;

        L = *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->buffer));
        R = *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->buffer + BLOCKSIZE/2));
        L ^= *((unsigned long *)blowfish->iv);
        R ^= *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2));
#ifdef big_endian
        L = _ByteReverse(L);
        R = _ByteReverse(R);
        Blowfish_Encrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
        L = _ByteReverse(L);
        R = _ByteReverse(R);
#else
        Blowfish_Encrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
#endif    
        memcpy(blowfish->iv, (char *)(&L), BLOCKSIZE/2);
        memcpy(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2, (char *)(&R), BLOCKSIZE/2);
        memcpy(dest, blowfish->iv, BLOCKSIZE);
        dest += BLOCKSIZE;
    } else {
        for (i = blowfish->buffLen; i < BLOCKSIZE; ++i) blowfish->buff
+er[i] = '\0';
        blowfish->buffLen = BLOCKSIZE;

        L = *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->buffer));
        R = *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->buffer + BLOCKSIZE/2));
#ifdef big_endian
        L = _ByteReverse(L);
        R = _ByteReverse(R);
        Blowfish_Decrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
        L = _ByteReverse(L);
        R = _ByteReverse(R);
#else
        Blowfish_Decrypt(&(blowfish->ctx), &L, &R);
#endif
        L ^= *((unsigned long *)blowfish->iv);
        R ^= *((unsigned long *)(blowfish->iv + BLOCKSIZE/2));
        
        memcpy(dest, (char *)(&L), BLOCKSIZE/2);
        memcpy(dest + BLOCKSIZE/2, (char *)(&R), BLOCKSIZE/2);
        /* protect from bad data streams */
        if ((unsigned char)dest[BLOCKSIZE - 1] > BLOCKSIZE) {
/*        printf("Bad Data Stream: %c%c%c%c%c%c%c%c\n", dest[0], dest[
+1], dest[2], dest[3], dest[4], dest[5], dest[6], dest[7]); */
        dest[BLOCKSIZE - 1] = 1;
    }
        dest += (BLOCKSIZE - dest[BLOCKSIZE - 1]);
    }
    blowfish->buffLen = 0;
    *dest = '\0';
    return dest;
}

SV *new(char *class, char *key, int keyLen) 
{
    Blowfish *self = (Blowfish *)malloc(sizeof(Blowfish));
    SV*      obj_ref = newSViv(0);
    SV*      obj = newSVrv(obj_ref, class);
    int i;
    
    srand(time(NULL));  /* This could be better seeded. */
    if (keyLen == 0) printf("Warning: Blowfish cipher initialized with
+ zero-length key.\n");
    Blowfish_Init(&self->ctx, (unsigned char *)key, keyLen);
    for (i = 0; i < BLOCKSIZE; ++i) self->iv[i] = rand() % 256;
    self->buffLen = 0;

    sv_setiv(obj, (IV)self);
    SvREADONLY_on(obj);
    return obj_ref;
}

void DESTROY(SV *obj) 
{
    Blowfish *self = (Blowfish *)SvIV(SvRV(obj));
    if (self != NULL) free(self);
}

SV *Encrypt(SV *obj, char *string, int strLen)
{
    Blowfish *self = (Blowfish *)SvIV(SvRV(obj));
    char *result = (char *)malloc(strLen + 9 + BLOCKSIZE*2);
    char *temp;
    SV *retValue;
    
    result[0] = '\0';
    _Start(self, 1);
    temp = _Crypt(self, result, string, strLen);
    temp = _Finish(self, temp);
    retValue = newSVpv(result, temp - result);
    free(result);
    return retValue;
}

SV *Decrypt(SV *obj, char *string, int strLen)
{
    Blowfish *self = (Blowfish *)SvIV(SvRV(obj));
    char *result = (char *)malloc(strLen + 1);    /* no RandomIV stuff
+ here! */
    char *temp;
    SV *retValue;
    
    result[0] = '\0';
    _Start(self, 0);
    temp = _Crypt(self, result, string, strLen);
    temp = _Finish(self, temp);
    retValue = newSVpv(result, temp - result);
    free(result);
    return retValue;
}

END

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Re: Blowfish using Inline::C
by wog (Curate) on Jan 26, 2002 at 06:22 UTC

    Names beginning with _ are reserved for the (update: C) implementation or the C standard1. Thus this code invokes undefined behavior, meaning that it can do anything on a standards-complaint compiler.

    (This does not necessairly mean you can't have an XS function called "_foo"; if you write directly in XS code you do not need to make a corresponding C function (update: (2) beginning the same as the XS function's name) for every XS function, however Inline::C does not appear to allow you to "declare" functions like that.)

    1: My reading of the C draft standard (it's not the final document but likely to be very, very similar to the latest one) would seem to indicate that not all "names" are reserved for all purposes; it seems that labels and structure and union members can use names starting with _ followed by a lower case letter without problem. update: function-scoped variables and, I think, #defines should also be exempt for the same class of names. (Thanks to Zaxo for helping me fiquire this out.)

      Hmm... my nomenclature is to have "private" methods begin with an underscore. Hence only new, DESTROY, Encrypt, and Decrypt should be called by an external package. I've thus never tried calling any of the underscore methods from outside the C code...

      -Ton
      -----
      Be bloody, bold, and resolute; laugh to scorn
      The power of man...

      ObDisclaimer IANALL: I am not a language lawyer.

      The short form of this is that I think ton's usage is fine.

      I believe you are taking the standard too restrictively. If a C compiler were permitted to do wacky things to identifiers beginning with underscore, some other language would be needed to write a compliant libc.

      Standardese is a very tricky language. It is difficult to sort out whether a requirement burdens the compiler developer or the user. In the draft version of the standard which you cite, I find two specific sections on allowed names for identifiers.

      The fundamental one is §6.4.2.1. It says that a C identifier is made up of characters from [0-9_A-Za-z] with the initial character a non-digit from that set. Aside fron sigils, that is just like Perl. There are provisions to extend those names to wide characters. No provision exists in the standard for a compiler to treat differently a name which satisfies the definition of this section.

      In the Library definition, §7.1.3 addresses reserved names. It seems to me that this section digests to "If you use my names, you must replicate my behavior". Undefined things happen if you define your own version of, say, malloc without conforming to the standard of behavior for that function. I an pretty sure that this section concerns what a programmer should expect of the language. Parts of it define conventions for identifier names in the library which I think any user library would be will-advised to follow. One of those is that identifiers beginning with a single underscore have file scope. Effectively, they are private methods..

      The only other references to reserved identifiers in the draft standard concern keywords and required macros.

      I'm pasting the two sections I discuss below. If someone can cite authority to confirm or deny my reading, I'd appreciate a reference.

      Update: There is a companion document called Rationale for International Standard - Programming Languages - C. It documents the intent of the standards committee, and indicates that my notions about redefining libc functions were quite wrong. It tends to support wog's view, but I am still a little confused.

      After Compline,
      Zaxo

        One of those is that identifiers beginning with a single underscore have file scope. Effectively, they are private methods..

        Note that the standard is referring to header files. I think that this means a header file can do something like:

        static int _foo(void) { /* ... do stuff ... */ }
        or like
        struct _bar { /* ... */ };
        or like
        static int _baz;
        (update: Of course, it's important to note that these definitions could be referred to in macros so "overriding" them, even if possible, would make code below the overriding not work.) And when you use XS (or Inline since that uses XS) you are probably indirectly using standard header files. So, if you use these names and the header files, you can have a serious problem with duplicated function names and such.

        Also note the first bullet under 7.1.3 paragraph(?) 1. "All identifiers that begin with an underscore and either an uppercase letter or another underscore are always reserved for any use." This seems to mean that the C library may do weird things with those names. Take my C library implementation (glibc), for example. It defines numerous identifiers beginning with _IO for implementing stdio. Some of these even have external linkage, so if you use them with in a program, you could have conflicts linking in libc even if you never use the relevant header files. The standard seems to say the implementation need not worry about creating problems like this even for functions names like _Start or _Crypt.

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