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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Protecting Files With the Solaris Cryptographic Framework (Task Map)

The Solaris Cryptographic Framework can help you protect your files. The following task map points to procedures for listing the available algorithms, and for protecting your files cryptographically.

Task

Description

For Instructions

Generate a symmetric key

Generates a random key for use with algorithms that the user specifies.

How to Generate a Symmetric Key by Using the dd Command

Generates a key of user-specified length. Optionally, stores the key in a file, a PKCS #11 keystore, or an NSS keystore.

How to Generate a Symmetric Key by Using the pktool Command

Provide a checksum that ensures the integrity of a file

Verifies that the receiver's copy of a file is identical to the file that was sent.

How to Compute a Digest of a File

Protect a file with a message authentication code (MAC)

Verifies to the receiver of your message that you were the sender.

How to Compute a MAC of a File

Encrypt a file, and then decrypt the encrypted file

Protects the content of files by encrypting the file. Provides the encryption parameters to decrypt the file.

How to Encrypt and Decrypt a File

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