tsscreate man page

tsscreate — Runs TPM2_Create

Description

create

Runs TPM2_Create

-hp parent handle

[Asymmetric Key Algorithm]

-rsa (default) -ecc curve

bnp256

nistp256 nistp384

Key attributes

-bl data blob for unseal (create only)

-if data file name

-den decryption, (unrestricted, RSA and EC NULL scheme) -deo decryption, (unrestricted, RSA OAEP, EC NULL scheme) -des encryption/decryption, AES symmetric

[-116 for TPM rev 116 compatibility]

-st storage (restricted)

[default for primary keys]

-si unrestricted signing (RSA and EC NULL scheme) -sir restricted signing (RSA RSASSA, EC ECDSA scheme) -dau unrestricted ECDAA signing key pair -dar restricted ECDAA signing key pair -kh keyed hash (hmac) -dp derivation parent -gp general purpose, not storage

[-kt (can be specified more than once)]

f fixedTPM (default for primary keys and derivation parents) p fixedParent (default for primary keys and derivation parents) nf no fixedTPM (default for non-primary keys) np no fixedParent (default for non-primary keys)

[-da object subject to DA protection (default no)]

[-pol policy file (default empty)] [-uwa userWithAuth attribute clear (default set)]

[-nalg name hash algorithm (sha1, sha256, sha384) (default sha256)] [-halg scheme hash algorithm (sha1, sha256, sha384) (default sha256)]

[-pwdk password for key (default empty)] [-pwdp password for parent key (default empty)]

[-opu public key file name (default do not save)] [-opr private key file name (default do not save)] [-opem public key PEM format file name (default do not save)] [-tk output ticket file name (default do not save)] [-ch output creation hash file name (default do not save)]

-se[0-2] session handle / attributes (default PWAP)

01 continue 20 command decrypt 40 response encrypt

See Also

The full documentation for tsscreate is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and tsscreate programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info tsscreate

should give you access to the complete manual.

Info

June 2018 tsscreate v1234 User Commands