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NAME

       openssl-list, list - list algorithms and features

SYNOPSIS

       openssl list [-help] [-1] [-commands] [-digest-commands] [-digest-algorithms]
       [-cipher-commands] [-cipher-algorithms] [-public-key-algorithms] [-public-key-methods]
       [-disabled]

DESCRIPTION

       This command is used to generate list of algorithms or disabled features.

OPTIONS

       -help
           Display a usage message.

       -1  List the commands, digest-commands, or cipher-commands in a single column.  If used,
           this option must be given first.

       -commands
           Display a list of standard commands.

       -digest-commands
           Display a list of message digest commands, which are typically used as input to the
           dgst(1) or speed(1) commands.

       -digest-algorithms
           Display a list of message digest algorithms.  If a line is of the form
             foo => bar then foo is an alias for the official algorithm name, bar.

       -cipher-commands
           Display a list of cipher commands, which are typically used as input to the dgst(1) or
           speed(1) commands.

       -cipher-algorithms
           Display a list of cipher algorithms.  If a line is of the form
             foo => bar then foo is an alias for the official algorithm name, bar.

       -public-key-algorithms
           Display a list of public key algorithms, with each algorithm as a block of multiple
           lines, all but the first are indented.

       -public-key-methods
           Display a list of public key method OIDs: this also includes public key methods
           without an associated ASN.1 method, for example, KDF algorithms.

       -disabled
           Display a list of disabled features, those that were compiled out of the installation.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2016-2017 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.

       Licensed under the OpenSSL license (the "License").  You may not use this file except in
       compliance with the License.  You can obtain a copy in the file LICENSE in the source
       distribution or at <https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html>.