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 csfgss_pPtr(3) -- get a pointer to an OID or an OID set
    The csfgss_pPtr() function takes a text string label and returns the address of the corresponding OID mechanism or OID mechanism set in static memory. The structure returned by this function must not ...
 csf_gss_acq_user(3) -- acquire a user's credentials prior to initiating a security context
    The csf_gss_acq_user() function is an extension that acquires user credentials using either secret-key or public-key authentication with DES or, optionally, DES3 encryption. This function constructs a...
 csf_gss_get_context_options(3) -- Obtain information about a security context
    The csf_gss_get_context_options() function is an extension that obtains information about a security context. The application must already have initiated the context, although the context need not be ...
 csf_gss_get_OidAddress(3) -- Return a pointer to static storage that contains the requested OID
    The csf_gss_get_OidAddress() function is an extension that returns a pointer to static storage that contains the requested OID. This function is the preferred alternative to csfgss_pPtr().
 csf_gss_get_RfcOidSet(3) -- 0csf_gss_release_user
    The csf_gss_release_user() function is an extension that frees the memory associated with a user context created by csf_gss_acq_user(). It can also be used to destroy the credentials cache. The applic...
 csf_gss_inq_user(3) -- Extension that obtains information about a user context
    Extension that obtains information about a user context. The context must be acquired beforehand using the csf_gss_acq_user() function. The information includes the name of the user and the security m...
 csf_gss_release_user(3) -- Free memory associated with a user context
    The csf_gss_release_user() function is an extension that frees the memory associated with a user context created by csf_gss_acq_user(). It can also be used to destroy the credentials cache. The applic...
 csf_gss_renew_cred(3) -- Extension that renews user credentials for the Kerberos 5 security mechanism
    The csf_gss_renew_cred() function is an extension that renews user credentials for the Kerberos 5 security mechanism. All renewable tickets in the user's credentials cache for the specified credentia...
 csin(3) -- Complex functions
    These functions can only be called from languages that support the double_complex and float_complex data types. csin() and csinf() compute the sine of a complex number. ccos() and ccosf() return the c...
 CSP_DecryptData(3) -- Decrypt buffer data (CDSA)
    This function decrypts all data contained in the set of input buffers using information in the context. The CSSM_QuerySize() (CSSM API), or CSP_QuerySize() (CSP SPI), function can be used to estimate ...
 CSP_DecryptDataFinal(3) -- Finalize staged decryption process (CDSA)
    This function finalizes the staged decryption process by returning any remaining plain text not returned in the previous staged decryption call. The plain text is returned in a single buffer.
 CSP_DecryptDataInit(3) -- Initialize the staged decrypt function(CDSA)
    This function initializes the staged decrypt function. The CSP can require that the cryptographic context include access credentials for authentication and authorization checks when using a private ke...
 CSP_DecryptDataUpdate(3) -- Continue the staged decryption process (CDSA)
    This function continues the staged decryption process over all data in the set of input buffers. There can be algorithm-specific and token-specific rules restricting the lengths of data in CSSM_Decryp...
 CSP_DeriveKey(3) -- Derive new symmetric key (CDSA)
    This function derives a new symmetric key using the context and/or information from the base key in the context. The CSP can require that the cryptographic context include access credentials for authe...
 CSP_DigestData(3) -- Compute message digest (CDSA)
    This function computes a message digest for all data contained in the set of input buffers.
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