const char * db_name
A file specifying the stored keys (use NULL for the
A storage structure or NULL to use the default
const char * host
The peer's name
const char * service
non-NULL if this key is specific to a service (e.g.
The type of the certificate
const gnutls_datum_t * cert
The data of the certificate
The expiration time (use 0 to disable expiration)
unsigned int flags
should be 0.
This function will store a raw public-key or a public-key
provided via a raw (DER-encoded) certificate to the list of
stored public keys. The key will be considered valid until the
provided expiration time.
The tdb variable if non-null specifies a custom backend for the
storage of entries. If it is NULL then the default file backend
will be used.
Unless an alternative tdb is provided, the storage format is a
textual format consisting of a line for each host with fields
separated by '|'. The contents of the fields are a
format-identifier which is set to 'g0', the hostname that the
rest of the data applies to, the numeric port or host name, the
expiration time in seconds since the epoch (0 for no expiration),
and a base64 encoding of the raw (DER) public key information
(SPKI) of the peer.
As of GnuTLS 3.6.6 this function also accepts raw public keys.
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