Provided by: libkcapi-dev_1.1.3-1_amd64
kcapi_akcipher_encrypt - encrypt data
int32_t kcapi_akcipher_encrypt(struct kcapi_handle * handle, const uint8_t * in, uint32_t inlen, uint8_t * out, uint32_t outlen, int access);
handle [in] cipher handle in [in] plaintext data buffer inlen [in] length of in buffer out [out] ciphertext data buffer outlen [in] length of out buffer access [in] kernel access type (KCAPI_ACCESS_HEURISTIC - use internal heuristic for fastest kernel access; KCAPI_ACCESS_VMSPLICE - use vmsplice access; KCAPI_ACCESS_SENDMSG - sendmsg access)
It is perfectly legal to use the same buffer as the plaintext and ciphertext pointers. That would mean that after the encryption operation, the plaintext is overwritten with the ciphertext. The memory should be aligned at the page boundary using posix_memalign(sysconf(_SC_PAGESIZE)), If it is not aligned at the page boundary, the vmsplice call may not send all data to the kernel. If the output size is insufficiently large, -EINVAL is returned. The output buffer must be at least as large as the modululs of the uses key. return number of bytes returned by the encryption operation upon success; a negative errno-style error code if an error occurred
Stephan Mueller <email@example.com> Author.