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tpm2-openssl-1.2.0-1.1 RPM for riscv64

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Name: tpm2-openssl Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.2.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Sat Oct 28 03:36:17 2023
Group: Productivity/Security Build host: i03-ch2c
Size: 102004 Source RPM: tpm2-openssl-1.2.0-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: OpenSSL 3 Engine for TPM2 devices
Makes the TPM 2.0 accessible via the standard OpenSSL API and command-line tools, so
one can add TPM support to (almost) any OpenSSL 3.x based application.






* Tue Oct 17 2023 William Brown <>
  [#]# Added
    * Added support for ECDH with a KDF, which is used by ECC-based CMS (S/MIME).
    * Added retrieval of OSSL_PKEY_PARAM_ENCODED_PUBLIC_KEY for EC keys and retrieval
    of TLS-GROUP provider capabilities to enable mTLS authentication (thanks to @rshearman).
    * Added mTLS example to documentation (thanks to @hoinmic).
    * Added missing RAND parameters: 'state' and 'strength' (thanks to @mccarey).
    * Added ability to run tests in a container (thanks to @afreof).
    * Added Visual Studio properties to simplify the Windows build (thanks to @philippun1).
    [#]# Changed
    * Symmetric operations are disabled by default. In most situations these are not needed and
    cause a huge performance penalty. To enable, configure with --enable-op-digest or
    - -enable-op-cipher.
    [#]# Removed
    * Removed unofficial support for tpm2-tss < 3.2.0, which do not support the openssl 3.x.
    [#]# Fixed
    * Fixed key export: the private keys are not exportable, which shall fix some TPM-based sign
    operations (thanks to @fhars).
    * Fixed handle related operations on 32b machines (thanks to @dezgeg).
    * Fixed OSSL_FUNC_KEYMGMT_HAS operations with NULL keys.
    * Fixed a heap exception on some machines (thanks to @philippun1).
    * Fixed build warnings when building on the Fedora Linux.
    * In documentation and tests applied a correct order of providers (thanks to @hoinmic).
    * Modified documentation: the user-space resource manager (abrmd) is almost mandatory for complex
    scenarios such as SSL or X.509 operations.
* Mon Jun 05 2023 William Brown <>
  - Initial commit of tpm2-openssl



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