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OCSP_resp_find_status(3)            OpenSSL           OCSP_resp_find_status(3)

       OCSP_resp_get0_certs, OCSP_resp_get0_signer, OCSP_resp_get0_id,
       OCSP_resp_get1_id, OCSP_resp_get0_produced_at,
       OCSP_resp_get0_signature, OCSP_resp_get0_tbs_sigalg,
       OCSP_resp_get0_respdata, OCSP_resp_find_status, OCSP_resp_count,
       OCSP_resp_get0, OCSP_resp_find, OCSP_single_get0_status,
       OCSP_check_validity, OCSP_basic_verify - OCSP response utility

       libcrypto, -lcrypto

        #include <openssl/ocsp.h>

        int OCSP_resp_find_status(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs, OCSP_CERTID *id, int *status,
                                  int *reason,
                                  ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **revtime,
                                  ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **thisupd,
                                  ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **nextupd);

        int OCSP_resp_count(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs);
        OCSP_SINGLERESP *OCSP_resp_get0(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs, int idx);
        int OCSP_resp_find(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs, OCSP_CERTID *id, int last);
        int OCSP_single_get0_status(OCSP_SINGLERESP *single, int *reason,
                                    ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **revtime,
                                    ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **thisupd,
                                    ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME **nextupd);

        const ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME *OCSP_resp_get0_produced_at(
                                    const OCSP_BASICRESP* single);

        const ASN1_OCTET_STRING *OCSP_resp_get0_signature(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs);
        const X509_ALGOR *OCSP_resp_get0_tbs_sigalg(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs);
        const OCSP_RESPDATA *OCSP_resp_get0_respdata(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs);
        const STACK_OF(X509) *OCSP_resp_get0_certs(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs);

        int OCSP_resp_get0_signer(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs, X509 **signer,
                                  STACK_OF(X509) *extra_certs);

        int OCSP_resp_get0_id(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs,
                              const ASN1_OCTET_STRING **pid,
                              const X509_NAME **pname);
        int OCSP_resp_get1_id(const OCSP_BASICRESP *bs,
                              ASN1_OCTET_STRING **pid,
                              X509_NAME **pname);

        int OCSP_check_validity(ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME *thisupd,
                                ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME *nextupd,
                                long sec, long maxsec);

        int OCSP_basic_verify(OCSP_BASICRESP *bs, STACK_OF(X509) *certs,
                             X509_STORE *st, unsigned long flags);

       OCSP_resp_find_status() searches bs for an OCSP response for id. If it
       is successful the fields of the response are returned in *status,
       *reason, *revtime, *thisupd and *nextupd.  The *status value will be
       V_OCSP_CERTSTATUS_UNKNOWN. The *reason and *revtime fields are only set
       if the status is V_OCSP_CERTSTATUS_REVOKED. If set the *reason field
       will be set to the revocation reason which will be one of

       OCSP_resp_count() returns the number of OCSP_SINGLERESP structures in

       OCSP_resp_get0() returns the OCSP_SINGLERESP structure in bs
       corresponding to index idx. Where idx runs from 0 to
       OCSP_resp_count(bs) - 1.

       OCSP_resp_find() searches bs for id and returns the index of the first
       matching entry after last or starting from the beginning if last is -1.

       OCSP_single_get0_status() extracts the fields of single in *reason,
       *revtime, *thisupd and *nextupd.

       OCSP_resp_get0_produced_at() extracts the producedAt field from the
       single response bs.

       OCSP_resp_get0_signature() returns the signature from bs.

       OCSP_resp_get0_tbs_sigalg() returns the signatureAlgorithm from bs.

       OCSP_resp_get0_respdata() returns the tbsResponseData from bs.

       OCSP_resp_get0_certs() returns any certificates included in bs.

       OCSP_resp_get0_signer() attempts to retrieve the certificate that
       directly signed bs.  The OCSP protocol does not require that this
       certificate is included in the certs field of the response, so
       additional certificates can be supplied in extra_certs if the
       certificates that may have signed the response are known via some out-
       of-band mechanism.

       OCSP_resp_get0_id() gets the responder id of bs. If the responder ID is
       a name then <*pname> is set to the name and *pid is set to NULL. If the
       responder ID is by key ID then *pid is set to the key ID and *pname is
       set to NULL. OCSP_resp_get1_id() leaves ownership of *pid and *pname
       with the caller, who is responsible for freeing them. Both functions
       return 1 in case of success and 0 in case of failure. If
       OCSP_resp_get1_id() returns 0, no freeing of the results is necessary.

       OCSP_check_validity() checks the validity of thisupd and nextupd values
       which will be typically obtained from OCSP_resp_find_status() or
       OCSP_single_get0_status(). If sec is nonzero it indicates how many
       seconds leeway should be allowed in the check. If maxsec is positive it
       indicates the maximum age of thisupd in seconds.

       OCSP_basic_verify() checks that the basic response message bs is
       correctly signed and that the signer certificate can be validated. It
       takes st as the trusted store and certs as a set of untrusted
       intermediate certificates.  The function first tries to find the signer
       certificate of the response in <certs>. It also searches the
       certificates the responder may have included in bs unless the flags
       contain OCSP_NOINTERN.  It fails if the signer certificate cannot be
       found.  Next, the function checks the signature of bs and fails on
       error unless the flags contain OCSP_NOSIGS. Then the function already
       returns success if the flags contain OCSP_NOVERIFY or if the signer
       certificate was found in certs and the flags contain OCSP_TRUSTOTHER.
       Otherwise the function continues by validating the signer certificate.
       To this end, all certificates in cert and in bs are considered as
       untrusted certificates for the construction of the validation path for
       the signer certificate unless the OCSP_NOCHAIN flag is set. After
       successful path validation the function returns success if the
       OCSP_NOCHECKS flag is set.  Otherwise it verifies that the signer
       certificate meets the OCSP issuer criteria including potential
       delegation. If this does not succeed and the flags do not contain
       OCSP_NOEXPLICIT the function checks for explicit trust for OCSP signing
       in the root CA certificate.

       OCSP_resp_find_status() returns 1 if id is found in bs and 0 otherwise.

       OCSP_resp_count() returns the total number of OCSP_SINGLERESP fields in

       OCSP_resp_get0() returns a pointer to an OCSP_SINGLERESP structure or
       NULL if idx is out of range.

       OCSP_resp_find() returns the index of id in bs (which may be 0) or -1
       if id was not found.

       OCSP_single_get0_status() returns the status of single or -1 if an
       error occurred.

       OCSP_resp_get0_signer() returns 1 if the signing certificate was
       located, or 0 on error.

       OCSP_basic_verify() returns 1 on success, 0 on error, or -1 on fatal
       error such as malloc failure.

       Applications will typically call OCSP_resp_find_status() using the
       certificate ID of interest and then check its validity using
       OCSP_check_validity(). They can then take appropriate action based on
       the status of the certificate.

       An OCSP response for a certificate contains thisUpdate and nextUpdate
       fields. Normally the current time should be between these two values.
       To account for clock skew the maxsec field can be set to nonzero in
       OCSP_check_validity(). Some responders do not set the nextUpdate field,
       this would otherwise mean an ancient response would be considered
       valid: the maxsec parameter to OCSP_check_validity() can be used to
       limit the permitted age of responses.

       The values written to *revtime, *thisupd and *nextupd by
       OCSP_resp_find_status() and OCSP_single_get0_status() are internal
       pointers which MUST NOT be freed up by the calling application. Any or
       all of these parameters can be set to NULL if their value is not

       crypto(7), OCSP_cert_to_id(3), OCSP_request_add1_nonce(3),
       OCSP_REQUEST_new(3), OCSP_response_status(3), OCSP_sendreq_new(3)

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1.1.1i                            2020-12-10          OCSP_resp_find_status(3)