Algorithms used in dns
LDNS_RSAMD5 = 1, /* RFC 4034,4035 */
LDNS_DH = 2,
LDNS_DSA = 3,
LDNS_ECC = 4,
LDNS_RSASHA1 = 5,
LDNS_DSA_NSEC3 = 6,
LDNS_RSASHA1_NSEC3 = 7,
LDNS_RSASHA256 = 8, /* RFC 5702 */
LDNS_RSASHA512 = 10, /* RFC 5702 */
LDNS_ECC_GOST = 12, /* RFC 5933 */
LDNS_ECDSAP256SHA256 = 13, /* RFC 6605 */
LDNS_ECDSAP384SHA384 = 14, /* RFC 6605 */
/* this ifdef is internal to ldns, because we do not want to export
* the symbol. Users can define it if they want access,
* the feature is not fully implemented at this time and openssl
* does not support it fully either (also for ED448). */
LDNS_ED25519 = 15, /* draft-ietf-curdle-dnskey-ed25519 */
LDNS_ED448 = 16, /* draft-ietf-curdle-dnskey-ed448 */
LDNS_INDIRECT = 252,
LDNS_PRIVATEDNS = 253,
LDNS_PRIVATEOID = 254
typedef enum ldns_enum_algorithm ldns_algorithm;
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