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X509CertSelector


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java.security.cert

Class X509CertSelector

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Cloneable, CertSelector


    public class X509CertSelector
    extends Object
    implements CertSelector
    A CertSelector that selects X509Certificates that match all specified criteria. This class is particularly useful when selecting certificates from a CertStore to build a PKIX-compliant certification path.

    When first constructed, an X509CertSelector has no criteria enabled and each of the get methods return a default value (null, or -1 for the getBasicConstraints method). Therefore, the match method would return true for any X509Certificate. Typically, several criteria are enabled (by calling setIssuer or setKeyUsage, for instance) and then the X509CertSelector is passed to CertStore.getCertificates or some similar method.

    Several criteria can be enabled (by calling setIssuer and setSerialNumber, for example) such that the match method usually uniquely matches a single X509Certificate. We say usually, since it is possible for two issuing CAs to have the same distinguished name and each issue a certificate with the same serial number. Other unique combinations include the issuer, subject, subjectKeyIdentifier and/or the subjectPublicKey criteria.

    Please refer to RFC 3280: Internet X.509 Public Key Infrastructure Certificate and CRL Profile for definitions of the X.509 certificate extensions mentioned below.

    Concurrent Access

    Unless otherwise specified, the methods defined in this class are not thread-safe. Multiple threads that need to access a single object concurrently should synchronize amongst themselves and provide the necessary locking. Multiple threads each manipulating separate objects need not synchronize.

    Since:
    1.4
    See Also:
    CertSelector, X509Certificate
    • Constructor Detail

      • X509CertSelector

        public X509CertSelector()
        Creates an X509CertSelector. Initially, no criteria are set so any X509Certificate will match.
    • Method Detail

      • setCertificate

        public void setCertificate(X509Certificate cert)
        Sets the certificateEquals criterion. The specified X509Certificate must be equal to the X509Certificate passed to the match method. If null, then this check is not applied.

        This method is particularly useful when it is necessary to match a single certificate. Although other criteria can be specified in conjunction with the certificateEquals criterion, it is usually not practical or necessary.

        Parameters:
        cert - the X509Certificate to match (or null)
        See Also:
        getCertificate()
      • setSerialNumber

        public void setSerialNumber(BigInteger serial)
        Sets the serialNumber criterion. The specified serial number must match the certificate serial number in the X509Certificate. If null, any certificate serial number will do.
        Parameters:
        serial - the certificate serial number to match (or null)
        See Also:
        getSerialNumber()
      • setIssuer

        public void setIssuer(X500Principal issuer)
        Sets the issuer criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, any issuer distinguished name will do.
        Parameters:
        issuer - a distinguished name as X500Principal (or null)
        Since:
        1.5
      • setIssuer

        public void setIssuer(String issuerDN)
                       throws IOException
        Denigrated, use setIssuer(X500Principal) or setIssuer(byte[]) instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Sets the issuer criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, any issuer distinguished name will do.

        If issuerDN is not null, it should contain a distinguished name, in RFC 2253 format.

        Parameters:
        issuerDN - a distinguished name in RFC 2253 format (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs (incorrect form for DN)
      • setIssuer

        public void setIssuer(byte[] issuerDN)
                       throws IOException
        Sets the issuer criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null is specified, the issuer criterion is disabled and any issuer distinguished name will do.

        If issuerDN is not null, it should contain a single DER encoded distinguished name, as defined in X.501. The ASN.1 notation for this structure is as follows.

        
         Name ::= CHOICE {
           RDNSequence }
        
         RDNSequence ::= SEQUENCE OF RelativeDistinguishedName
        
         RelativeDistinguishedName ::=
           SET SIZE (1 .. MAX) OF AttributeTypeAndValue
        
         AttributeTypeAndValue ::= SEQUENCE {
           type     AttributeType,
           value    AttributeValue }
        
         AttributeType ::= OBJECT IDENTIFIER
        
         AttributeValue ::= ANY DEFINED BY AttributeType
         ....
         DirectoryString ::= CHOICE {
               teletexString           TeletexString (SIZE (1..MAX)),
               printableString         PrintableString (SIZE (1..MAX)),
               universalString         UniversalString (SIZE (1..MAX)),
               utf8String              UTF8String (SIZE (1.. MAX)),
               bmpString               BMPString (SIZE (1..MAX)) }
         

        Note that the byte array specified here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        issuerDN - a byte array containing the distinguished name in ASN.1 DER encoded form (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if an encoding error occurs (incorrect form for DN)
      • setSubject

        public void setSubject(X500Principal subject)
        Sets the subject criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, any subject distinguished name will do.
        Parameters:
        subject - a distinguished name as X500Principal (or null)
        Since:
        1.5
      • setSubject

        public void setSubject(String subjectDN)
                        throws IOException
        Denigrated, use setSubject(X500Principal) or setSubject(byte[]) instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Sets the subject criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, any subject distinguished name will do.

        If subjectDN is not null, it should contain a distinguished name, in RFC 2253 format.

        Parameters:
        subjectDN - a distinguished name in RFC 2253 format (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs (incorrect form for DN)
      • setSubject

        public void setSubject(byte[] subjectDN)
                        throws IOException
        Sets the subject criterion. The specified distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, any subject distinguished name will do.

        If subjectDN is not null, it should contain a single DER encoded distinguished name, as defined in X.501. For the ASN.1 notation for this structure, see setIssuer(byte [] issuerDN).

        Parameters:
        subjectDN - a byte array containing the distinguished name in ASN.1 DER format (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if an encoding error occurs (incorrect form for DN)
      • setSubjectKeyIdentifier

        public void setSubjectKeyIdentifier(byte[] subjectKeyID)
        Sets the subjectKeyIdentifier criterion. The X509Certificate must contain a SubjectKeyIdentifier extension for which the contents of the extension matches the specified criterion value. If the criterion value is null, no subjectKeyIdentifier check will be done.

        If subjectKeyID is not null, it should contain a single DER encoded value corresponding to the contents of the extension value (not including the object identifier, criticality setting, and encapsulating OCTET STRING) for a SubjectKeyIdentifier extension. The ASN.1 notation for this structure follows.

        
         SubjectKeyIdentifier ::= KeyIdentifier
        
         KeyIdentifier ::= OCTET STRING
         

        Since the format of subject key identifiers is not mandated by any standard, subject key identifiers are not parsed by the X509CertSelector. Instead, the values are compared using a byte-by-byte comparison.

        Note that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        subjectKeyID - the subject key identifier (or null)
        See Also:
        getSubjectKeyIdentifier()
      • setAuthorityKeyIdentifier

        public void setAuthorityKeyIdentifier(byte[] authorityKeyID)
        Sets the authorityKeyIdentifier criterion. The X509Certificate must contain an AuthorityKeyIdentifier extension for which the contents of the extension value matches the specified criterion value. If the criterion value is null, no authorityKeyIdentifier check will be done.

        If authorityKeyID is not null, it should contain a single DER encoded value corresponding to the contents of the extension value (not including the object identifier, criticality setting, and encapsulating OCTET STRING) for an AuthorityKeyIdentifier extension. The ASN.1 notation for this structure follows.

        
         AuthorityKeyIdentifier ::= SEQUENCE {
            keyIdentifier             [0] KeyIdentifier           OPTIONAL,
            authorityCertIssuer       [1] GeneralNames            OPTIONAL,
            authorityCertSerialNumber [2] CertificateSerialNumber OPTIONAL  }
        
         KeyIdentifier ::= OCTET STRING
         

        Authority key identifiers are not parsed by the X509CertSelector. Instead, the values are compared using a byte-by-byte comparison.

        When the keyIdentifier field of AuthorityKeyIdentifier is populated, the value is usually taken from the SubjectKeyIdentifier extension in the issuer's certificate. Note, however, that the result of X509Certificate.getExtensionValue(<SubjectKeyIdentifier Object Identifier>) on the issuer's certificate may NOT be used directly as the input to setAuthorityKeyIdentifier. This is because the SubjectKeyIdentifier contains only a KeyIdentifier OCTET STRING, and not a SEQUENCE of KeyIdentifier, GeneralNames, and CertificateSerialNumber. In order to use the extension value of the issuer certificate's SubjectKeyIdentifier extension, it will be necessary to extract the value of the embedded KeyIdentifier OCTET STRING, then DER encode this OCTET STRING inside a SEQUENCE. For more details on SubjectKeyIdentifier, see setSubjectKeyIdentifier(byte[] subjectKeyID).

        Note also that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        authorityKeyID - the authority key identifier (or null)
        See Also:
        getAuthorityKeyIdentifier()
      • setCertificateValid

        public void setCertificateValid(Date certValid)
        Sets the certificateValid criterion. The specified date must fall within the certificate validity period for the X509Certificate. If null, no certificateValid check will be done.

        Note that the Date supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        certValid - the Date to check (or null)
        See Also:
        getCertificateValid()
      • setPrivateKeyValid

        public void setPrivateKeyValid(Date privateKeyValid)
        Sets the privateKeyValid criterion. The specified date must fall within the private key validity period for the X509Certificate. If null, no privateKeyValid check will be done.

        Note that the Date supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        privateKeyValid - the Date to check (or null)
        See Also:
        getPrivateKeyValid()
      • setSubjectPublicKeyAlgID

        public void setSubjectPublicKeyAlgID(String oid)
                                      throws IOException
        Sets the subjectPublicKeyAlgID criterion. The X509Certificate must contain a subject public key with the specified algorithm. If null, no subjectPublicKeyAlgID check will be done.
        Parameters:
        oid - The object identifier (OID) of the algorithm to check for (or null). An OID is represented by a set of nonnegative integers separated by periods.
        Throws:
        IOException - if the OID is invalid, such as the first component being not 0, 1 or 2 or the second component being greater than 39.
        See Also:
        getSubjectPublicKeyAlgID()
      • setSubjectPublicKey

        public void setSubjectPublicKey(PublicKey key)
        Sets the subjectPublicKey criterion. The X509Certificate must contain the specified subject public key. If null, no subjectPublicKey check will be done.
        Parameters:
        key - the subject public key to check for (or null)
        See Also:
        getSubjectPublicKey()
      • setSubjectPublicKey

        public void setSubjectPublicKey(byte[] key)
                                 throws IOException
        Sets the subjectPublicKey criterion. The X509Certificate must contain the specified subject public key. If null, no subjectPublicKey check will be done.

        Because this method allows the public key to be specified as a byte array, it may be used for unknown key types.

        If key is not null, it should contain a single DER encoded SubjectPublicKeyInfo structure, as defined in X.509. The ASN.1 notation for this structure is as follows.

        
         SubjectPublicKeyInfo  ::=  SEQUENCE  {
           algorithm            AlgorithmIdentifier,
           subjectPublicKey     BIT STRING  }
        
         AlgorithmIdentifier  ::=  SEQUENCE  {
           algorithm               OBJECT IDENTIFIER,
           parameters              ANY DEFINED BY algorithm OPTIONAL  }
                                      -- contains a value of the type
                                      -- registered for use with the
                                      -- algorithm object identifier value
         

        Note that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        key - a byte array containing the subject public key in ASN.1 DER form (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if an encoding error occurs (incorrect form for subject public key)
        See Also:
        getSubjectPublicKey()
      • setKeyUsage

        public void setKeyUsage(boolean[] keyUsage)
        Sets the keyUsage criterion. The X509Certificate must allow the specified keyUsage values. If null, no keyUsage check will be done. Note that an X509Certificate that has no keyUsage extension implicitly allows all keyUsage values.

        Note that the boolean array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        keyUsage - a boolean array in the same format as the boolean array returned by X509Certificate.getKeyUsage(). Or null.
        See Also:
        getKeyUsage()
      • setExtendedKeyUsage

        public void setExtendedKeyUsage(Set<String> keyPurposeSet)
                                 throws IOException
        Sets the extendedKeyUsage criterion. The X509Certificate must allow the specified key purposes in its extended key usage extension. If keyPurposeSet is empty or null, no extendedKeyUsage check will be done. Note that an X509Certificate that has no extendedKeyUsage extension implicitly allows all key purposes.

        Note that the Set is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        keyPurposeSet - a Set of key purpose OIDs in string format (or null). Each OID is represented by a set of nonnegative integers separated by periods.
        Throws:
        IOException - if the OID is invalid, such as the first component being not 0, 1 or 2 or the second component being greater than 39.
        See Also:
        getExtendedKeyUsage()
      • setMatchAllSubjectAltNames

        public void setMatchAllSubjectAltNames(boolean matchAllNames)
        Enables/disables matching all of the subjectAlternativeNames specified in the setSubjectAlternativeNames or addSubjectAlternativeName methods. If enabled, the X509Certificate must contain all of the specified subject alternative names. If disabled, the X509Certificate must contain at least one of the specified subject alternative names.

        The matchAllNames flag is true by default.

        Parameters:
        matchAllNames - if true, the flag is enabled; if false, the flag is disabled.
        See Also:
        getMatchAllSubjectAltNames()
      • setSubjectAlternativeNames

        public void setSubjectAlternativeNames(Collection<List<?>> names)
                                        throws IOException
        Sets the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. The X509Certificate must contain all or at least one of the specified subjectAlternativeNames, depending on the value of the matchAllNames flag (see setMatchAllSubjectAltNames).

        This method allows the caller to specify, with a single method call, the complete set of subject alternative names for the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. The specified value replaces the previous value for the subjectAlternativeNames criterion.

        The names parameter (if not null) is a Collection with one entry for each name to be included in the subject alternative name criterion. Each entry is a List whose first entry is an Integer (the name type, 0-8) and whose second entry is a String or a byte array (the name, in string or ASN.1 DER encoded form, respectively). There can be multiple names of the same type. If null is supplied as the value for this argument, no subjectAlternativeNames check will be performed.

        Each subject alternative name in the Collection may be specified either as a String or as an ASN.1 encoded byte array. For more details about the formats used, see addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, String name) and addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, byte [] name).

        Note: for distinguished names, specify the byte array form instead of the String form. See the note in addSubjectAlternativeName(int, String) for more information.

        Note that the names parameter can contain duplicate names (same name and name type), but they may be removed from the Collection of names returned by the getSubjectAlternativeNames method.

        Note that a deep copy is performed on the Collection to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        names - a Collection of names (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
        See Also:
        getSubjectAlternativeNames()
      • addSubjectAlternativeName

        public void addSubjectAlternativeName(int type,
                                              String name)
                                       throws IOException
        Adds a name to the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. The X509Certificate must contain all or at least one of the specified subjectAlternativeNames, depending on the value of the matchAllNames flag (see setMatchAllSubjectAltNames).

        This method allows the caller to add a name to the set of subject alternative names. The specified name is added to any previous value for the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. If the specified name is a duplicate, it may be ignored.

        The name is provided in string format. RFC 822, DNS, and URI names use the well-established string formats for those types (subject to the restrictions included in RFC 3280). IPv4 address names are supplied using dotted quad notation. OID address names are represented as a series of nonnegative integers separated by periods. And directory names (distinguished names) are supplied in RFC 2253 format. No standard string format is defined for otherNames, X.400 names, EDI party names, IPv6 address names, or any other type of names. They should be specified using the addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, byte [] name) method.

        Note: for distinguished names, use addSubjectAlternativeName(int, byte[]) instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Parameters:
        type - the name type (0-8, as specified in RFC 3280, section 4.2.1.7)
        name - the name in string form (not null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
      • addSubjectAlternativeName

        public void addSubjectAlternativeName(int type,
                                              byte[] name)
                                       throws IOException
        Adds a name to the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. The X509Certificate must contain all or at least one of the specified subjectAlternativeNames, depending on the value of the matchAllNames flag (see setMatchAllSubjectAltNames).

        This method allows the caller to add a name to the set of subject alternative names. The specified name is added to any previous value for the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. If the specified name is a duplicate, it may be ignored.

        The name is provided as a byte array. This byte array should contain the DER encoded name, as it would appear in the GeneralName structure defined in RFC 3280 and X.509. The encoded byte array should only contain the encoded value of the name, and should not include the tag associated with the name in the GeneralName structure. The ASN.1 definition of this structure appears below.

        
          GeneralName ::= CHOICE {
               otherName                       [0]     OtherName,
               rfc822Name                      [1]     IA5String,
               dNSName                         [2]     IA5String,
               x400Address                     [3]     ORAddress,
               directoryName                   [4]     Name,
               ediPartyName                    [5]     EDIPartyName,
               uniformResourceIdentifier       [6]     IA5String,
               iPAddress                       [7]     OCTET STRING,
               registeredID                    [8]     OBJECT IDENTIFIER}
         

        Note that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        type - the name type (0-8, as listed above)
        name - a byte array containing the name in ASN.1 DER encoded form
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
      • setNameConstraints

        public void setNameConstraints(byte[] bytes)
                                throws IOException
        Sets the name constraints criterion. The X509Certificate must have subject and subject alternative names that meet the specified name constraints.

        The name constraints are specified as a byte array. This byte array should contain the DER encoded form of the name constraints, as they would appear in the NameConstraints structure defined in RFC 3280 and X.509. The ASN.1 definition of this structure appears below.

        
          NameConstraints ::= SEQUENCE {
               permittedSubtrees       [0]     GeneralSubtrees OPTIONAL,
               excludedSubtrees        [1]     GeneralSubtrees OPTIONAL }
        
          GeneralSubtrees ::= SEQUENCE SIZE (1..MAX) OF GeneralSubtree
        
          GeneralSubtree ::= SEQUENCE {
               base                    GeneralName,
               minimum         [0]     BaseDistance DEFAULT 0,
               maximum         [1]     BaseDistance OPTIONAL }
        
          BaseDistance ::= INTEGER (0..MAX)
        
          GeneralName ::= CHOICE {
               otherName                       [0]     OtherName,
               rfc822Name                      [1]     IA5String,
               dNSName                         [2]     IA5String,
               x400Address                     [3]     ORAddress,
               directoryName                   [4]     Name,
               ediPartyName                    [5]     EDIPartyName,
               uniformResourceIdentifier       [6]     IA5String,
               iPAddress                       [7]     OCTET STRING,
               registeredID                    [8]     OBJECT IDENTIFIER}
         

        Note that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        bytes - a byte array containing the ASN.1 DER encoding of a NameConstraints extension to be used for checking name constraints. Only the value of the extension is included, not the OID or criticality flag. Can be null, in which case no name constraints check will be performed.
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
        See Also:
        getNameConstraints()
      • setBasicConstraints

        public void setBasicConstraints(int minMaxPathLen)
        Sets the basic constraints constraint. If the value is greater than or equal to zero, X509Certificates must include a basicConstraints extension with a pathLen of at least this value. If the value is -2, only end-entity certificates are accepted. If the value is -1, no check is done.

        This constraint is useful when building a certification path forward (from the target toward the trust anchor. If a partial path has been built, any candidate certificate must have a maxPathLen value greater than or equal to the number of certificates in the partial path.

        Parameters:
        minMaxPathLen - the value for the basic constraints constraint
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if the value is less than -2
        See Also:
        getBasicConstraints()
      • setPolicy

        public void setPolicy(Set<String> certPolicySet)
                       throws IOException
        Sets the policy constraint. The X509Certificate must include at least one of the specified policies in its certificate policies extension. If certPolicySet is empty, then the X509Certificate must include at least some specified policy in its certificate policies extension. If certPolicySet is null, no policy check will be performed.

        Note that the Set is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        certPolicySet - a Set of certificate policy OIDs in string format (or null). Each OID is represented by a set of nonnegative integers separated by periods.
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs on the OID such as the first component is not 0, 1 or 2 or the second component is greater than 39.
        See Also:
        getPolicy()
      • setPathToNames

        public void setPathToNames(Collection<List<?>> names)
                            throws IOException
        Sets the pathToNames criterion. The X509Certificate must not include name constraints that would prohibit building a path to the specified names.

        This method allows the caller to specify, with a single method call, the complete set of names which the X509Certificates's name constraints must permit. The specified value replaces the previous value for the pathToNames criterion.

        This constraint is useful when building a certification path forward (from the target toward the trust anchor. If a partial path has been built, any candidate certificate must not include name constraints that would prohibit building a path to any of the names in the partial path.

        The names parameter (if not null) is a Collection with one entry for each name to be included in the pathToNames criterion. Each entry is a List whose first entry is an Integer (the name type, 0-8) and whose second entry is a String or a byte array (the name, in string or ASN.1 DER encoded form, respectively). There can be multiple names of the same type. If null is supplied as the value for this argument, no pathToNames check will be performed.

        Each name in the Collection may be specified either as a String or as an ASN.1 encoded byte array. For more details about the formats used, see addPathToName(int type, String name) and addPathToName(int type, byte [] name).

        Note: for distinguished names, specify the byte array form instead of the String form. See the note in addPathToName(int, String) for more information.

        Note that the names parameter can contain duplicate names (same name and name type), but they may be removed from the Collection of names returned by the getPathToNames method.

        Note that a deep copy is performed on the Collection to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        names - a Collection with one entry per name (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
        See Also:
        getPathToNames()
      • addPathToName

        public void addPathToName(int type,
                                  String name)
                           throws IOException
        Adds a name to the pathToNames criterion. The X509Certificate must not include name constraints that would prohibit building a path to the specified name.

        This method allows the caller to add a name to the set of names which the X509Certificates's name constraints must permit. The specified name is added to any previous value for the pathToNames criterion. If the name is a duplicate, it may be ignored.

        The name is provided in string format. RFC 822, DNS, and URI names use the well-established string formats for those types (subject to the restrictions included in RFC 3280). IPv4 address names are supplied using dotted quad notation. OID address names are represented as a series of nonnegative integers separated by periods. And directory names (distinguished names) are supplied in RFC 2253 format. No standard string format is defined for otherNames, X.400 names, EDI party names, IPv6 address names, or any other type of names. They should be specified using the addPathToName(int type, byte [] name) method.

        Note: for distinguished names, use addPathToName(int, byte[]) instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Parameters:
        type - the name type (0-8, as specified in RFC 3280, section 4.2.1.7)
        name - the name in string form
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
      • addPathToName

        public void addPathToName(int type,
                                  byte[] name)
                           throws IOException
        Adds a name to the pathToNames criterion. The X509Certificate must not include name constraints that would prohibit building a path to the specified name.

        This method allows the caller to add a name to the set of names which the X509Certificates's name constraints must permit. The specified name is added to any previous value for the pathToNames criterion. If the name is a duplicate, it may be ignored.

        The name is provided as a byte array. This byte array should contain the DER encoded name, as it would appear in the GeneralName structure defined in RFC 3280 and X.509. The ASN.1 definition of this structure appears in the documentation for addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, byte [] name).

        Note that the byte array supplied here is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Parameters:
        type - the name type (0-8, as specified in RFC 3280, section 4.2.1.7)
        name - a byte array containing the name in ASN.1 DER encoded form
        Throws:
        IOException - if a parsing error occurs
      • getCertificate

        public X509Certificate getCertificate()
        Returns the certificateEquals criterion. The specified X509Certificate must be equal to the X509Certificate passed to the match method. If null, this check is not applied.
        Returns:
        the X509Certificate to match (or null)
        See Also:
        setCertificate(java.security.cert.X509Certificate)
      • getSerialNumber

        public BigInteger getSerialNumber()
        Returns the serialNumber criterion. The specified serial number must match the certificate serial number in the X509Certificate. If null, any certificate serial number will do.
        Returns:
        the certificate serial number to match (or null)
        See Also:
        setSerialNumber(java.math.BigInteger)
      • getIssuer

        public X500Principal getIssuer()
        Returns the issuer criterion as an X500Principal. This distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the issuer criterion is disabled and any issuer distinguished name will do.
        Returns:
        the required issuer distinguished name as X500Principal (or null)
        Since:
        1.5
      • getIssuerAsString

        public String getIssuerAsString()
        Denigrated, use getIssuer() or getIssuerAsBytes() instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Returns the issuer criterion as a String. This distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the issuer criterion is disabled and any issuer distinguished name will do.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a distinguished name, in RFC 2253 format.

        Returns:
        the required issuer distinguished name in RFC 2253 format (or null)
      • getIssuerAsBytes

        public byte[] getIssuerAsBytes()
                                throws IOException
        Returns the issuer criterion as a byte array. This distinguished name must match the issuer distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the issuer criterion is disabled and any issuer distinguished name will do.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a byte array containing a single DER encoded distinguished name, as defined in X.501. The ASN.1 notation for this structure is supplied in the documentation for setIssuer(byte [] issuerDN).

        Note that the byte array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a byte array containing the required issuer distinguished name in ASN.1 DER format (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if an encoding error occurs
      • getSubject

        public X500Principal getSubject()
        Returns the subject criterion as an X500Principal. This distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the subject criterion is disabled and any subject distinguished name will do.
        Returns:
        the required subject distinguished name as X500Principal (or null)
        Since:
        1.5
      • getSubjectAsString

        public String getSubjectAsString()
        Denigrated, use getSubject() or getSubjectAsBytes() instead. This method should not be relied on as it can fail to match some certificates because of a loss of encoding information in the RFC 2253 String form of some distinguished names.

        Returns the subject criterion as a String. This distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the subject criterion is disabled and any subject distinguished name will do.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a distinguished name, in RFC 2253 format.

        Returns:
        the required subject distinguished name in RFC 2253 format (or null)
      • getSubjectAsBytes

        public byte[] getSubjectAsBytes()
                                 throws IOException
        Returns the subject criterion as a byte array. This distinguished name must match the subject distinguished name in the X509Certificate. If null, the subject criterion is disabled and any subject distinguished name will do.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a byte array containing a single DER encoded distinguished name, as defined in X.501. The ASN.1 notation for this structure is supplied in the documentation for setSubject(byte [] subjectDN).

        Note that the byte array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a byte array containing the required subject distinguished name in ASN.1 DER format (or null)
        Throws:
        IOException - if an encoding error occurs
      • getSubjectKeyIdentifier

        public byte[] getSubjectKeyIdentifier()
        Returns the subjectKeyIdentifier criterion. The X509Certificate must contain a SubjectKeyIdentifier extension with the specified value. If null, no subjectKeyIdentifier check will be done.

        Note that the byte array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        the key identifier (or null)
        See Also:
        setSubjectKeyIdentifier(byte[])
      • getAuthorityKeyIdentifier

        public byte[] getAuthorityKeyIdentifier()
        Returns the authorityKeyIdentifier criterion. The X509Certificate must contain a AuthorityKeyIdentifier extension with the specified value. If null, no authorityKeyIdentifier check will be done.

        Note that the byte array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        the key identifier (or null)
        See Also:
        setAuthorityKeyIdentifier(byte[])
      • getCertificateValid

        public Date getCertificateValid()
        Returns the certificateValid criterion. The specified date must fall within the certificate validity period for the X509Certificate. If null, no certificateValid check will be done.

        Note that the Date returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        the Date to check (or null)
        See Also:
        setCertificateValid(java.util.Date)
      • getPrivateKeyValid

        public Date getPrivateKeyValid()
        Returns the privateKeyValid criterion. The specified date must fall within the private key validity period for the X509Certificate. If null, no privateKeyValid check will be done.

        Note that the Date returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        the Date to check (or null)
        See Also:
        setPrivateKeyValid(java.util.Date)
      • getSubjectPublicKeyAlgID

        public String getSubjectPublicKeyAlgID()
        Returns the subjectPublicKeyAlgID criterion. The X509Certificate must contain a subject public key with the specified algorithm. If null, no subjectPublicKeyAlgID check will be done.
        Returns:
        the object identifier (OID) of the signature algorithm to check for (or null). An OID is represented by a set of nonnegative integers separated by periods.
        See Also:
        setSubjectPublicKeyAlgID(java.lang.String)
      • getSubjectPublicKey

        public PublicKey getSubjectPublicKey()
        Returns the subjectPublicKey criterion. The X509Certificate must contain the specified subject public key. If null, no subjectPublicKey check will be done.
        Returns:
        the subject public key to check for (or null)
        See Also:
        setSubjectPublicKey(java.security.PublicKey)
      • getKeyUsage

        public boolean[] getKeyUsage()
        Returns the keyUsage criterion. The X509Certificate must allow the specified keyUsage values. If null, no keyUsage check will be done.

        Note that the boolean array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a boolean array in the same format as the boolean array returned by X509Certificate.getKeyUsage(). Or null.
        See Also:
        setKeyUsage(boolean[])
      • getExtendedKeyUsage

        public Set<String> getExtendedKeyUsage()
        Returns the extendedKeyUsage criterion. The X509Certificate must allow the specified key purposes in its extended key usage extension. If the keyPurposeSet returned is empty or null, no extendedKeyUsage check will be done. Note that an X509Certificate that has no extendedKeyUsage extension implicitly allows all key purposes.
        Returns:
        an immutable Set of key purpose OIDs in string format (or null)
        See Also:
        setExtendedKeyUsage(java.util.Set<java.lang.String>)
      • getMatchAllSubjectAltNames

        public boolean getMatchAllSubjectAltNames()
        Indicates if the X509Certificate must contain all or at least one of the subjectAlternativeNames specified in the setSubjectAlternativeNames or addSubjectAlternativeName methods. If true, the X509Certificate must contain all of the specified subject alternative names. If false, the X509Certificate must contain at least one of the specified subject alternative names.
        Returns:
        true if the flag is enabled; false if the flag is disabled. The flag is true by default.
        See Also:
        setMatchAllSubjectAltNames(boolean)
      • getSubjectAlternativeNames

        public Collection<List<?>> getSubjectAlternativeNames()
        Returns a copy of the subjectAlternativeNames criterion. The X509Certificate must contain all or at least one of the specified subjectAlternativeNames, depending on the value of the matchAllNames flag (see getMatchAllSubjectAltNames). If the value returned is null, no subjectAlternativeNames check will be performed.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a Collection with one entry for each name to be included in the subject alternative name criterion. Each entry is a List whose first entry is an Integer (the name type, 0-8) and whose second entry is a String or a byte array (the name, in string or ASN.1 DER encoded form, respectively). There can be multiple names of the same type. Note that the Collection returned may contain duplicate names (same name and name type).

        Each subject alternative name in the Collection may be specified either as a String or as an ASN.1 encoded byte array. For more details about the formats used, see addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, String name) and addSubjectAlternativeName(int type, byte [] name).

        Note that a deep copy is performed on the Collection to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a Collection of names (or null)
        See Also:
        setSubjectAlternativeNames(java.util.Collection<java.util.List<?>>)
      • getNameConstraints

        public byte[] getNameConstraints()
        Returns the name constraints criterion. The X509Certificate must have subject and subject alternative names that meet the specified name constraints.

        The name constraints are returned as a byte array. This byte array contains the DER encoded form of the name constraints, as they would appear in the NameConstraints structure defined in RFC 3280 and X.509. The ASN.1 notation for this structure is supplied in the documentation for setNameConstraints(byte [] bytes).

        Note that the byte array returned is cloned to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a byte array containing the ASN.1 DER encoding of a NameConstraints extension used for checking name constraints. null if no name constraints check will be performed.
        See Also:
        setNameConstraints(byte[])
      • getBasicConstraints

        public int getBasicConstraints()
        Returns the basic constraints constraint. If the value is greater than or equal to zero, the X509Certificates must include a basicConstraints extension with a pathLen of at least this value. If the value is -2, only end-entity certificates are accepted. If the value is -1, no basicConstraints check is done.
        Returns:
        the value for the basic constraints constraint
        See Also:
        setBasicConstraints(int)
      • getPolicy

        public Set<String> getPolicy()
        Returns the policy criterion. The X509Certificate must include at least one of the specified policies in its certificate policies extension. If the Set returned is empty, then the X509Certificate must include at least some specified policy in its certificate policies extension. If the Set returned is null, no policy check will be performed.
        Returns:
        an immutable Set of certificate policy OIDs in string format (or null)
        See Also:
        setPolicy(java.util.Set<java.lang.String>)
      • getPathToNames

        public Collection<List<?>> getPathToNames()
        Returns a copy of the pathToNames criterion. The X509Certificate must not include name constraints that would prohibit building a path to the specified names. If the value returned is null, no pathToNames check will be performed.

        If the value returned is not null, it is a Collection with one entry for each name to be included in the pathToNames criterion. Each entry is a List whose first entry is an Integer (the name type, 0-8) and whose second entry is a String or a byte array (the name, in string or ASN.1 DER encoded form, respectively). There can be multiple names of the same type. Note that the Collection returned may contain duplicate names (same name and name type).

        Each name in the Collection may be specified either as a String or as an ASN.1 encoded byte array. For more details about the formats used, see addPathToName(int type, String name) and addPathToName(int type, byte [] name).

        Note that a deep copy is performed on the Collection to protect against subsequent modifications.

        Returns:
        a Collection of names (or null)
        See Also:
        setPathToNames(java.util.Collection<java.util.List<?>>)
      • toString

        public String toString()
        Return a printable representation of the CertSelector.
        Overrides:
        toString in class Object
        Returns:
        a String describing the contents of the CertSelector
      • match

        public boolean match(Certificate cert)
        Decides whether a Certificate should be selected.
        Specified by:
        match in interface CertSelector
        Parameters:
        cert - the Certificate to be checked
        Returns:
        true if the Certificate should be selected, false otherwise


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