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Uses of Class

Packages that use Entry
gnu.crypto.keyring Provides a basic API for managing private and public authentication credentials stored in file objects.  

Uses of Entry in gnu.crypto.keyring

Subclasses of Entry in gnu.crypto.keyring
 class AuthenticatedEntry
 class BinaryDataEntry
          A binary data entry is a primitive entry that simply contains some amount of arbitrary binary data and an optional content type.
 class CertificateEntry
          An immutable class representing a trusted certificate entry.
 class CertPathEntry
          A primitive entry that contains a path of X.509 certificates.
 class CompressedEntry
 class EncryptedEntry
 class EnvelopeEntry
          An envelope entry is a generic container for some number of primitive and other envelope entries.
 class MaskableEnvelopeEntry
          An envelope entry that can be "masked" -- placed in a state where the envelope's contents cannot be accessed, due to the envelope not being fully decoded, for example.
 class PasswordAuthenticatedEntry
          An entry authenticated with a password-based MAC.
 class PasswordEncryptedEntry
          An envelope that is encrypted with a password-derived key.
 class PrimitiveEntry
          A primitive entry is an entry that contains a single cryptographic entity.
 class PrivateKeyEntry
          An immutable class representing a private or secret key entry.
 class PublicKeyEntry

Methods in gnu.crypto.keyring with parameters of type Entry
 void EnvelopeEntry.add(Entry entry)
          Adds an entry to this envelope.
 boolean EnvelopeEntry.containsEntry(Entry entry)
          Tests if this envelope contains the given entry.
 boolean EnvelopeEntry.remove(Entry entry)
          Removes the specified entry.
 void MaskableEnvelopeEntry.add(Entry entry)
 boolean MaskableEnvelopeEntry.containsEntry(Entry entry)
 boolean MaskableEnvelopeEntry.remove(Entry entry)
 void BaseKeyring.add(Entry entry)
 void IKeyring.add(Entry entry)
          Adds a designated Entry to this keyring.

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