Package etype provides the Kerberos Encryption Type interface



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    type EType

    type EType interface {
    	GetETypeID() int
    	GetHashID() int
    	GetKeyByteSize() int
    	GetKeySeedBitLength() int                                   // key-generation seed length, k
    	GetDefaultStringToKeyParams() string                        // default string-to-key parameters (s2kparams)
    	StringToKey(string, salt, s2kparams string) ([]byte, error) // string-to-key (UTF-8 string, UTF-8 string, opaque)->(protocol-key)
    	RandomToKey(b []byte) []byte                                // random-to-key (bitstring[K])->(protocol-key)
    	GetHMACBitLength() int                                      // HMAC output size, h
    	GetMessageBlockByteSize() int                               // message block size, m
    	EncryptData(key, data []byte) ([]byte, []byte, error)       // E function - encrypt (specific-key, state, octet string)->(state, octet string)
    	EncryptMessage(key, message []byte, usage uint32) ([]byte, []byte, error)
    	DecryptData(key, data []byte) ([]byte, error) // D function
    	DecryptMessage(key, ciphertext []byte, usage uint32) ([]byte, error)
    	GetCypherBlockBitLength() int                           // cipher block size, c
    	GetConfounderByteSize() int                             // This is the same as the cipher block size but in bytes.
    	DeriveKey(protocolKey, usage []byte) ([]byte, error)    // DK key-derivation (protocol-key, integer)->(specific-key)
    	DeriveRandom(protocolKey, usage []byte) ([]byte, error) // DR pseudo-random (protocol-key, octet-string)->(octet-string)
    	VerifyIntegrity(protocolKey, ct, pt []byte, usage uint32) bool
    	GetChecksumHash(protocolKey, data []byte, usage uint32) ([]byte, error)
    	VerifyChecksum(protocolKey, data, chksum []byte, usage uint32) bool
    	GetHashFunc() func() hash.Hash

      EType is the interface defining the Encryption Type.

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