|gnutls_pkcs12_t p12||A pkcs12 type|
|const char * password||optional password used to decrypt the structure, bags and keys.|
|gnutls_x509_privkey_t * key||a structure to store the parsed private key.|
|gnutls_x509_crt_t ** chain||the corresponding to key certificate chain (may be NULL)|
|unsigned int * chain_len||will be updated with the number of additional (may be NULL)|
|gnutls_x509_crt_t ** extra_certs||optional pointer to receive an array of additional certificates found in the PKCS12 structure (may be NULL).|
|unsigned int * extra_certs_len||will be updated with the number of additional certs (may be NULL).|
|gnutls_x509_crl_t * crl||an optional structure to store the parsed CRL (may be NULL).|
|unsigned int flags||should be zero or one of GNUTLS_PKCS12_SP_*|
This function parses a PKCS12 structure in pkcs12 and extracts the private key, the corresponding certificate chain, any additional certificates and a CRL.
The extra_certs and extra_certs_len parameters are optional and both may be set to NULL. If either is non-NULL, then both must be set. The value for extra_certs is allocated using gnutls_malloc().
Encrypted PKCS12 bags and PKCS8 private keys are supported, but only with password based security and the same password for all operations.
Note that a PKCS12 structure may contain many keys and/or certificates, and there is no way to identify which key/certificate pair you want. For this reason this function is useful for PKCS12 files that contain only one key/certificate pair and/or one CRL.
If the provided structure has encrypted fields but no password is provided then this function returns GNUTLS_E_DECRYPTION_FAILED.
Note that normally the chain constructed does not include self signed certificates, to comply with TLS requirements. If, however, the flag GNUTLS_PKCS12_SP_INCLUDE_SELF_SIGNED is specified then self signed certificates will be included in the chain.
Prior to using this function the PKCS 12 structure integrity must be verified using gnutls_pkcs12_verify_mac().
On success, GNUTLS_E_SUCCESS (0) is returned, otherwise a negative error value.
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