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[http://www.openssl.org/~appro/cryptogams/ Cryptogams] is Andy Polyakov's project used to develop high speed cryptographic primitives and share them with other developers. Articles in the category demonstrate how to integrate Andy's cryptography into a small, stand-alone C project.
 
[http://www.openssl.org/~appro/cryptogams/ Cryptogams] is Andy Polyakov's project used to develop high speed cryptographic primitives and share them with other developers. Articles in the category demonstrate how to integrate Andy's cryptography into a small, stand-alone C project.
  
The articles are written for ARM integration, but the techniques apply to other platforms, like x86 and PowerPC, as well. You can find an example of integration of SHA on PowerPC at [https://stackoverflow.com/q/46322246/608639 How the assembly file is generated from the perl script in OpenSSL].
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The articles are written for ARM integration, but the techniques apply to other platforms, like x86 and PowerPC, as well. You can find an example of integration of AES on PowerPC at [https://stackoverflow.com/q/46322246/608639 How the assembly file is generated from the perl script in OpenSSL].

Latest revision as of 11:04, 18 May 2019

Cryptogams is Andy Polyakov's project used to develop high speed cryptographic primitives and share them with other developers. Articles in the category demonstrate how to integrate Andy's cryptography into a small, stand-alone C project.

The articles are written for ARM integration, but the techniques apply to other platforms, like x86 and PowerPC, as well. You can find an example of integration of AES on PowerPC at How the assembly file is generated from the perl script in OpenSSL.

Pages in category "Cryptogams"

The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.