public interface Destroyable
default void destroy() throws DestroyFailedException
Sensitive information associated with this
is destroyed or cleared. Subsequent calls to certain methods
Object will result in an
IllegalStateException being thrown.
The default implementation throws
default boolean isDestroyed()
Objecthas been destroyed.
The default implementation returns false.
Objecthas been destroyed, false otherwise.
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