Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

java.security.interfaces
Interface RSAPrivateCrtKey

All Superinterfaces:
Key, PrivateKey, RSAKey, RSAPrivateKey, Serializable

public interface RSAPrivateCrtKey
extends RSAPrivateKey

The interface to an RSA private key, as defined in the PKCS#1 standard, using the Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT) information values.

See Also:
RSAPrivateKey

Field Summary
static long serialVersionUID
           
 
Method Summary
 BigInteger getCrtCoefficient()
          Returns the crtCoefficient.
 BigInteger getPrimeExponentP()
          Returns the primeExponentP.
 BigInteger getPrimeExponentQ()
          Returns the primeExponentQ.
 BigInteger getPrimeP()
          Returns the primeP.
 BigInteger getPrimeQ()
          Returns the primeQ.
 BigInteger getPublicExponent()
          Returns the public exponent.
 
Methods inherited from interface java.security.interfaces.RSAPrivateKey
getPrivateExponent
 
Methods inherited from interface java.security.Key
getAlgorithm, getEncoded, getFormat
 
Methods inherited from interface java.security.interfaces.RSAKey
getModulus
 

Field Detail

serialVersionUID

static final long serialVersionUID
See Also:
Constant Field Values
Method Detail

getPublicExponent

BigInteger getPublicExponent()
Returns the public exponent.

Returns:
the public exponent

getPrimeP

BigInteger getPrimeP()
Returns the primeP.

Returns:
the primeP

getPrimeQ

BigInteger getPrimeQ()
Returns the primeQ.

Returns:
the primeQ

getPrimeExponentP

BigInteger getPrimeExponentP()
Returns the primeExponentP.

Returns:
the primeExponentP

getPrimeExponentQ

BigInteger getPrimeExponentQ()
Returns the primeExponentQ.

Returns:
the primeExponentQ

getCrtCoefficient

BigInteger getCrtCoefficient()
Returns the crtCoefficient.

Returns:
the crtCoefficient

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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