), the operation will fail.
BN_is_prime_ex() and BN_is_prime_fasttest_ex() test if the number B is
prime. The following tests are performed until one of them shows that
B

is composite; if B

passes all these tests, it is considered
prime.
BN_is_prime_fasttest_ex(), when called with B,
first attempts trial division by a number of small primes;
if no divisors are found by this test and B is not B,
B is called.
If B, this test is skipped.
Both BN_is_prime_ex() and BN_is_prime_fasttest_ex() perform a Miller-Rabin
probabilistic primality test with B iterations. If
B, a number of iterations is used that
yields a false positive rate of at most 2^-64 for random input.
The error rate depends on the size of the prime and goes down for bigger primes.
The rate is 2^-80 starting at 308 bits, 2^-112 at 852 bits, 2^-128 at 1080 bits,
2^-192 at 3747 bits and 2^-256 at 6394 bits.
When the source of the prime is not random or not trusted, the number
of checks needs to be much higher to reach the same level of assurance:
It should equal half of the targeted security level in bits (rounded up to the
next integer if necessary).
For instance, to reach the 128 bit security level, B should be set to
64.
If B is not B, B is called
after the j-th iteration (j = 0, 1, ...). B is a
preallocated B (to save the overhead of allocating and
freeing the structure in a loop), or B.
BN_GENCB_call() calls the callback function held in the B structure
and passes the ints B and B** as arguments. There are two types of
B structure that are supported: "new" style and "old" style. New
programs should prefer the "new" style, whilst the "old" style is provided
for backwards compatibility purposes.
A B structure should be created through a call to BN_GENCB_new(),
and freed through a call to BN_GENCB_free().
For "new" style callbacks a BN_GENCB structure should be initialised with a
call to BN_GENCB_set(), where B is a B, B is of
type B and B is a B.
"Old" style callbacks are the same except they are initialised with a call
to BN_GENCB_set_old() and B is of type
B.
A callback is invoked through a call to B. This will check
the type of the callback and will invoke B for new
style callbacks or B for old style.
It is possible to obtain the argument associated with a BN_GENCB structure
(set via a call to BN_GENCB_set or BN_GENCB_set_old) using BN_GENCB_get_arg.
BN_generate_prime() (deprecated) works in the same way as
BN_generate_prime_ex() but expects an old-style callback function
directly in the B parameter, and an argument to pass to it in
the B. BN_is_prime() and BN_is_prime_fasttest()
can similarly be compared to BN_is_prime_ex() and
BN_is_prime_fasttest_ex(), respectively.
=head1 RETURN VALUES
BN_generate_prime_ex() return 1 on success or 0 on error.
BN_is_prime_ex(), BN_is_prime_fasttest_ex(), BN_is_prime() and
BN_is_prime_fasttest() return 0 if the number is composite, 1 if it is
prime with an error probability of less than 0.25^B, and
-1 on error.
BN_generate_prime() returns the prime number on success, B otherwise.
BN_GENCB_new returns a pointer to a BN_GENCB structure on success, or B
otherwise.
BN_GENCB_get_arg returns the argument previously associated with a BN_GENCB
structure.
Callback functions should return 1 on success or 0 on error.
The error codes can be obtained by L.
=head1 REMOVED FUNCTIONALITY
As of OpenSSL 1.1.0 it is no longer possible to create a BN_GENCB structure
directly, as in:
BN_GENCB callback;
Instead applications should create a BN_GENCB structure using BN_GENCB_new:
BN_GENCB *callback;
callback = BN_GENCB_new();
if (!callback)
/* error */
...
BN_GENCB_free(callback);
=head1 SEE ALSO
L, L,
L, L, L,
L
=head1 HISTORY
The BN_GENCB_new(), BN_GENCB_free(),
and BN_GENCB_get_arg() functions were added in OpenSSL 1.1.0.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2000-2020 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.
Licensed under the OpenSSL license (the "License"). You may not use
this file except in compliance with the License. You can obtain a copy
in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
L.
=cut
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