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[openssl.org #2359] [PATCH]

Вячеслав Бадалян via RT
Dear OpenSSL developers,

please find attached a patch for the two files objects.txt and ec_curve.c
adding the Brainpool Elliptic Curves according to RFC 5639 dated March 2010.
The patch has been tested on 32bit Windows and 64bit Windows.

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Why would Brainpool support be nice in OpenSSL?

e.g. the new German identity card, which is also a proximity card according
to ISO 14443/ISO 7816 makes extensive use of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
deploying the Brainpool curves.
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Thx+Cheers, Ingo.




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Re: [openssl.org #2359] [PATCH]

Dominik Oepen
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> Dear OpenSSL developers,
>
> please find attached a patch for the two files objects.txt and ec_curve.c
> adding the Brainpool Elliptic Curves according to RFC 5639 dated March 2010.
> The patch has been tested on 32bit Windows and 64bit Windows.
>
> ---
> Why would Brainpool support be nice in OpenSSL?
>
> e.g. the new German identity card, which is also a proximity card according
> to ISO 14443/ISO 7816 makes extensive use of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
> deploying the Brainpool curves.
> ---
>
> Thx+Cheers, Ingo.

I submitted a similar patch in April (patch #2239, see:
http://rt.openssl.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=2239&user=guest&pass=guest)
and never got any response. I would be very pleased to see either one of
these patches merged into OpenSSL.

Best regards,
Dominik
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Re: [openssl.org #2359] [PATCH]

Frank Morgner
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Ingo, you might be interested in OpenPACE [1] and Virtual Smart Card
Architecture [2]. The first offers crypto algorithms to talk to the new
German identity card the latter has tools (for example pace-tool), which
can talk to the actual card. Both tested with ePA - BDr GmbH - Testkarte
v1.00.

Greets, Frank.

[1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/openpace/
[2] https://sourceforge.net/projects/vsmartcard/

On Sunday, October 10 at 03:03PM, Ingo@Pyrillion via RT wrote:

> Dear OpenSSL developers,
>
> please find attached a patch for the two files objects.txt and ec_curve.c
> adding the Brainpool Elliptic Curves according to RFC 5639 dated March 2010.
> The patch has been tested on 32bit Windows and 64bit Windows.
>
> ---
> Why would Brainpool support be nice in OpenSSL?
>
> e.g. the new German identity card, which is also a proximity card according
> to ISO 14443/ISO 7816 makes extensive use of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
> deploying the Brainpool curves.
> ---
>
> Thx+Cheers, Ingo.
>
>
>
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Вячеслав Бадалян via RT
Ingo, you might be interested in OpenPACE [1] and Virtual Smart Card
Architecture [2]. The first offers crypto algorithms to talk to the new
German identity card the latter has tools (for example pace-tool), which
can talk to the actual card. Both tested with ePA - BDr GmbH - Testkarte
v1.00.

Greets, Frank.

[1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/openpace/
[2] https://sourceforge.net/projects/vsmartcard/

On Sunday, October 10 at 03:03PM, Ingo@Pyrillion via RT wrote:

> Dear OpenSSL developers,
>
> please find attached a patch for the two files objects.txt and ec_curve.c
> adding the Brainpool Elliptic Curves according to RFC 5639 dated March 2010.
> The patch has been tested on 32bit Windows and 64bit Windows.
>
> ---
> Why would Brainpool support be nice in OpenSSL?
>
> e.g. the new German identity card, which is also a proximity card according
> to ISO 14443/ISO 7816 makes extensive use of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
> deploying the Brainpool curves.
> ---
>
> Thx+Cheers, Ingo.
>
>
>


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Вячеслав Бадалян via RT
Dear Frank,

thank you for the information. I am working for a German IT security
company, which implemented a rich set of tools for the nPA or ePass,
respectively. I am currently writing a set of totally free tools to decode
and display CV certificates (CVCA, DVCA, and Authentication Terminal).

This software is using OpenSSL and thus it would be great to support the
Brainpool curves (my submitted patch is really minimal-invasive!).

Kind regards, Ingo.

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Ingo, you might be interested in OpenPACE [1] and Virtual Smart Card
Architecture [2]. The first offers crypto algorithms to talk to the new
German identity card the latter has tools (for example pace-tool), which can
talk to the actual card. Both tested with ePA - BDr GmbH - Testkarte v1.00.

Greets, Frank.

[1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/openpace/
[2] https://sourceforge.net/projects/vsmartcard/

On Sunday, October 10 at 03:03PM, Ingo@Pyrillion via RT wrote:
> Dear OpenSSL developers,
>
> please find attached a patch for the two files objects.txt and
> ec_curve.c adding the Brainpool Elliptic Curves according to RFC 5639
dated March 2010.

> The patch has been tested on 32bit Windows and 64bit Windows.
>
> ---
> Why would Brainpool support be nice in OpenSSL?
>
> e.g. the new German identity card, which is also a proximity card
> according to ISO 14443/ISO 7816 makes extensive use of Elliptic Curve
> Cryptography deploying the Brainpool curves.
> ---
>
> Thx+Cheers, Ingo.
>
>
>



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