||This interface defines methods that are in common for all objects that support setting or getting
UINT32 and data attributes.
||This class implements common methods for all auth objects.
||The Context class represents a context of a connection to the TSS Core Service running on the
local or a remote TCG system.
||This class can be used to join externally (e.
||A hash value represents a unique value corresponding to a particular set of bytes.
||This class is used with Certified Migratable Keys (CMKs) to hold properties and migratable data blobs
when passing them between APIs.
||This class is used to store information about a monotonic counter
inside the TPM, for use when defining, releasing, reading or incrementing such a
||This class is used to store the attributes of a region of non volatile RAM
inside the TPM, for use when defining, releasing, reading or writing such a
||The contents of the platform configuration register (PCR) of a TCG system can be used to
establish a confidence level for this system.
||The Policy class represents information authorization data (secrets), authorization data handling
and the assigned authorized objects like key objects or encrypted data objects.
Secret Lifetime: If an application uses the mode TSS_SECRET_LIFETIME_COUNTER or
TSS_SECRET_LIFETIME_TIMER, the application has to be aware that during a command processing the
secret may be invalidated because of a time out or because the counter runs out.
||The key class defined by the TSS service provider represents an entry into the TCG key handling
||One purpose of the TPM class is to represent the owner for a TCG subsystem (TPM).
||This interface forms a basis for all top-level TSP objects that are used by TSS based