Key Macros were introduced with OpenSSL 1.0.0 to allow secure transmission of data across networks.
A key macro, also known as a message authentication code, is a piece of text or data that can be inserted into the data to be protected. In the context of Internet and web communications, the MAC will be used to ensure that a message is from the sender that it claims to be.
Each key macro consists of two parts: a key and a message digest. This digest is called a MAC. The key can be of any size, but the message digest should be smaller than the key to achieve a secure cryptographic operation.
A MAC can be generated using any cryptographic hash function with a message digest of a fixed size. It can be verified using a cryptographic hash function, and if the two results match, it will be considered a proof that the message has not been altered in any way.
When a key macro is used, the data to be protected is not encrypted, but instead a cryptographic hash of the data is created and encrypted with the key. When the recipient receives the message, the data is decrypted and the MAC is generated and compared with the MAC of the data. If the two results match, the data has not been changed.
This use of the MAC is an authentication function that is applied in a secure way, independent of the encryption that has been applied to the data.
Data Key Management Protocol (DKMP) Description:
The Data Key Management Protocol (DKMP) specification is a new PKCS#7 format that defines how encryption key management information is stored and protected.
A key of a given length is called a key size. DKMP allows for keys of different sizes to be used in conjunction with the same PKCS#7 message in order to manage the key management information associated with each key size.
To put it simply, the DKMP protocol provides a way to store encryption key material using the message format of the PKCS#7 standard. Using the DKMP protocol, the key material can be encrypted for transport and storage and later re-encrypted for use when the data is decrypted.
In the current implementation, DKMP does not support the notion of key rotation. This means that every key material block contains only one key size, and that the block represents the size of the encryption key that is currently being used.
DFS (Distributed File System) Description:
The Distributed File System (DFS) is a distributed file system designed for 70238732e0
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