We are looking for porting AES Cipher suite alone to kernel for a requirement. Can anybody guide the minimum set of files / folders out of openssl archive needed to achieve this. I see dependencies
when porting the crypto/aes, crypto/pem, and crypto/asn1 folders alone. Any reference to the documents would be of great help. I see no.of ifdefs also defined, if I can achieve above by setting these ifdefs correctly, can u guide with the options I should
enable? My Requirement is to support NIST cipher list first.
let me know, if you need more details. I can provide them.
On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 10:24 PM, Elluru, Krishna <[hidden email]> wrote: > > HI Openssl dev team, > We are looking for porting AES Cipher suite alone to kernel for a requirement.
> What platform? Linux and BSD support /dev/crypto, which is pretty much what you want. Support exists for HSMs.
> We are looking for porting AES Cipher suite alone to kernel for a requirement.
IMHO, the components of OpenSSL are not really optimized for this use. Further, OpenSSL is not the only implementation of AES that is available to you. You might want to look around; the other implementations might be more self-contained and lots easier to put into a kernel. There are both commercial and non-commercial implementations that are available on the web.
>El 30/08/13 01:24, Elluru, Krishna escribió:
>> HI Openssl dev team,
>> We are looking for porting AES Cipher suite alone to kernel for a
>what kernel ?
>Linux have the CRYPTO API that already implements pretty much what you
>BSD have /dev/crypto and openssl has an engine to support it.