Re: spice protocol 11.5 encrypted password

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Anyway, the password protocol is pretty simple I would say. No password or empty are the same (so 0 bytes). You take the password and encrypt (without the NUL terminator) using given padding, algorithm and key.
Technically you don't need a length due to the padding.


Il giorno ven 10 set 2021 alle ore 12:30 Andrey Af <public.irkutsk@xxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:
About 11.5 - it is a section in the documentation (spice protocol).
I am trying to implement the server part on my project (LinuxTerminalService ),

I already have a working vnc and rdp protocols implemented, and I'm
going to add spice protocol..

2021-09-10 10:06 GMT, Frediano Ziglio <freddy77@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi,
>   there's no protocol 11.5.
> There's no data length markeR, password is zero terminated and encrypted,
> if you refer to the default password schema (no SASL).
> Can you explain what you are trying to do?
> Regards,
>   Frediano
> Il giorno ven 10 set 2021 alle ore 06:51 Andrey Af
> <public.irkutsk@xxxxxxxxx>
> ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> For encrypted password, there is definitely no data length market?
>> For example, I don't need a password, authentication is verified by
>> another part of the code, how can I skip this?

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