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 CSSM_Introduce(3) -- Identify an executable module (CDSA)
    The CSSM_Introduce() function identifies a dynamically loadable executable module (for example, DLL) to the CSSM framework. CSSM uses the ModuleID information to locate the signed manifest and library...
 cssm_IsFuncCallValid(3) -- Check secure linkage (CDSA)
    This function checks secure linkage between an application and a service module. Based on address scope of the application and the service module associated with the attach handle, CSSM determines whe...
 CSSM_ListAttachedModuleManagers(3) -- Get a list of GUIDs for the attached module manager(CDSA)
    This function returns a list of GUIDs for the currently attached and active module managers in the CSSM environment.
 CSSM_ModuleAttach(3) -- Attach and verify a service provider module (CDSA)
    This function attaches the service provider module and verifies that the version of the module expected by the application is compatible with the version on the system. The module can implement subser...
 CSSM_ModuleDetach(3) -- Detach application from service provider module (CDSA)
    This function detaches the application from the service provider module.
 CSSM_ModuleLoad(3) -- Initialize the security service module (CDSA)
    This function initializes the security service module. Initialization includes registering the application's module-event handler and enabling events with the security service service module. The app...
 CSSM_ModuleUnload(3) -- Deregister event notification callbacks (CDSA)
    The function deregisters event notification callbacks for the caller identified by ModuleGuid. The CSSM_ModuleUnload() function is the analog call to CSSM_ModuleLoad(). If all callbacks registered wit...
 CSSM_QueryKeySizeInBits(3) -- Get CSP logical and effective sizes (CDSA)
    This function queries a Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) for the logical and effective sizes of a specified key. The cryptographic service provider (handle) and the key can be specified either in ...
 CSSM_QuerySize(3) -- Get size of the output data (CDSA)
    This function queries for the size of the output data for a cryptographic operation. If the context is an encryption or decryption context type then the Encrypt parameter will determine which operatio...
 cssm_ReleaseAttachFunctions(3) -- Release lock on the SP function table (CDSA)
    This function releases the lock on the SP function table for the service module identified by the module handle. The SPI function table was obtained by the elective module manager through the cssm_Get...
 CSSM_RetrieveCounter(3) -- Get the value of a tamper resistant clock (CDSA)
    This function returns the value of a tamper resistant clock/counter of the cryptographic device.
 CSSM_RetrieveUniqueId(3) -- Get identifier (CDSA)
    This function returns an identifier that could be used to uniquely differentiate the cryptographic device from all other devices from the same vendor or different vendors.
 CSSM_SetContext(3) -- Replace all context information (CDSA)
    This function replaces all context information associated with an existing context specified by CCHandle. The contents of the basic context structure and all attributes included in that structure are ...
 CSSM_SetPrivilege(3) -- Store privilege value in CSSM framework (CDSA)
    The CSSM_SetPrivilege() function accepts as input a privilege value and stores it in the CSSM framework. The integrity credentials of the module calling CSSM_SetPrivilege() must be verified by CSSM be...
 CSSM_SignData(3) -- Sign all buffer data (CDSA)
    This function signs all data contained in the set of input buffers using the private key specified in the context. The CSP can require that the cryptographic context include access credentials for aut...
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