Constr | Method
The NullCipher class is a class that provides an
"identity cipher" -- one that does not transform the plain text. As
a consequence, the ciphertext is identical to the plaintext. All
initialization methods do nothing, while the blocksize is set to 1
Creates a NullCipher object.
Methods declared in class javax.crypto.
Cipher doFinal, doFinal, doFinal, doFinal, doFinal, doFinal, doFinal, getAlgorithm, getBlockSize, getExemptionMechanism, getInstance, getInstance, getInstance, getIV, getMaxAllowedKeyLength, getMaxAllowedParameterSpec, getOutputSize, getParameters, getProvider, init, init, init, init, init, init, init, init, unwrap, update, update, update, update, update, updateAAD, updateAAD, updateAAD, wrap
Methods declared in class java.lang.
Object clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
Constr | Method
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