Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
java.security.cert

Packages that use java.security.cert
java.net Provides the classes for implementing networking applications. 
java.security Provides the classes and interfaces for the security framework. 
java.security.cert Provides classes and interfaces for parsing and managing certificates, certificate revocation lists (CRLs), and certification paths. 
java.util.jar Provides classes for reading and writing the JAR (Java ARchive) file format, which is based on the standard ZIP file format with an optional manifest file. 
javax.crypto Provides the classes and interfaces for cryptographic operations. 
javax.net.ssl Provides classes for the secure socket package. 
javax.security.auth.x500 This package contains the classes that should be used to store X500 Principal and X500 Private Crendentials in a Subject
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by java.net
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by java.security
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
CertificateException
          This exception indicates one of a variety of certificate problems.
CertPath
          An immutable sequence of certificates (a certification path).
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by java.security.cert
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
CertificateEncodingException
          Certificate Encoding Exception.
CertificateException
          This exception indicates one of a variety of certificate problems.
CertificateExpiredException
          Certificate Expired Exception.
CertificateFactory
          This class defines the functionality of a certificate factory, which is used to generate certificate, certification path (CertPath) and certificate revocation list (CRL) objects from their encodings.
CertificateFactorySpi
          This class defines the Service Provider Interface (SPI) for the CertificateFactory class.
CertificateNotYetValidException
          Certificate is not yet valid exception.
CertificateParsingException
          Certificate Parsing Exception.
CertPath
          An immutable sequence of certificates (a certification path).
CertPathBuilder
          A class for building certification paths (also known as certificate chains).
CertPathBuilderException
          An exception indicating one of a variety of problems encountered when building a certification path with a CertPathBuilder.
CertPathBuilderResult
          A specification of the result of a certification path builder algorithm.
CertPathBuilderSpi
          The Service Provider Interface (SPI) for the CertPathBuilder class.
CertPathParameters
          A specification of certification path algorithm parameters.
CertPathValidator
          A class for validating certification paths (also known as certificate chains).
CertPathValidatorException
          An exception indicating one of a variety of problems encountered when validating a certification path.
CertPathValidatorResult
          A specification of the result of a certification path validator algorithm.
CertPathValidatorSpi
          The Service Provider Interface (SPI) for the CertPathValidator class.
CertSelector
          A selector that defines a set of criteria for selecting Certificates.
CertStore
          A class for retrieving Certificates and CRLs from a repository.
CertStoreException
          An exception indicating one of a variety of problems retrieving certificates and CRLs from a CertStore.
CertStoreParameters
          A specification of CertStore parameters.
CertStoreSpi
          The Service Provider Interface (SPI) for the CertStore class.
CRL
          This class is an abstraction of certificate revocation lists (CRLs) that have different formats but important common uses.
CRLException
          CRL (Certificate Revocation List) Exception.
CRLSelector
          A selector that defines a set of criteria for selecting CRLs.
PKIXCertPathChecker
          An abstract class that performs one or more checks on an X509Certificate.
PKIXCertPathValidatorResult
          This class represents the successful result of the PKIX certification path validation algorithm.
PKIXParameters
          Parameters used as input for the PKIX CertPathValidator algorithm.
PolicyNode
          An immutable valid policy tree node as defined by the PKIX certification path validation algorithm.
PolicyQualifierInfo
          An immutable policy qualifier represented by the ASN.1 PolicyQualifierInfo structure.
TrustAnchor
          A trust anchor or most-trusted Certification Authority (CA).
X509Certificate
           Abstract class for X.509 certificates.
X509CRLEntry
          Abstract class for a revoked certificate in a CRL (Certificate Revocation List).
X509Extension
          Interface for an X.509 extension.
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by java.util.jar
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by javax.crypto
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by javax.net.ssl
Certificate
          Abstract class for managing a variety of identity certificates.
CertificateException
          This exception indicates one of a variety of certificate problems.
CertPathParameters
          A specification of certification path algorithm parameters.
X509Certificate
           Abstract class for X.509 certificates.
 

Classes in java.security.cert used by javax.security.auth.x500
X509Certificate
           Abstract class for X.509 certificates.
 


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