Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.crypto.Cipher

Packages that use Cipher
javax.crypto Provides the classes and interfaces for cryptographic operations. 
 

Uses of Cipher in javax.crypto
 

Subclasses of Cipher in javax.crypto
 class NullCipher
          The NullCipher class is a class that provides an "identity cipher" -- one that does not tranform the plaintext.
 

Methods in javax.crypto that return Cipher
static Cipher Cipher.getInstance(String transformation)
          Returns a Cipher object that implements the specified transformation.
static Cipher Cipher.getInstance(String transformation, Provider provider)
          Returns a Cipher object that implements the specified transformation.
static Cipher Cipher.getInstance(String transformation, String provider)
          Returns a Cipher object that implements the specified transformation.
 

Methods in javax.crypto with parameters of type Cipher
 PKCS8EncodedKeySpec EncryptedPrivateKeyInfo.getKeySpec(Cipher cipher)
          Extract the enclosed PKCS8EncodedKeySpec object from the encrypted data and return it.
 Object SealedObject.getObject(Cipher c)
          Retrieves the original (encapsulated) object.
 

Constructors in javax.crypto with parameters of type Cipher
CipherInputStream(InputStream is, Cipher c)
          Constructs a CipherInputStream from an InputStream and a Cipher.
CipherOutputStream(OutputStream os, Cipher c)
          Constructs a CipherOutputStream from an OutputStream and a Cipher.
SealedObject(Serializable object, Cipher c)
          Constructs a SealedObject from any Serializable object.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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