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Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Implementation Name
Description
The OpenSSL toolkit provides support for secure communications between machines. OpenSSL includes a certificate management tool and shared libraries which provide various cryptographic algorithms and protocols. The following cipher implementation is covered: Assembler AES implementation.
Version
rhel8.20200305.1
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Red Hat, Inc.
100 E. Davie Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
USA
Contacts
Jaroslav Reznik
fips140@redhat.com

A555

   First Validated: 7/14/2020
Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
    AES-CBC Expand
    RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
      AES-CCM Expand
      RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
        AES-CFB1 Expand
        RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
          AES-CFB128 Expand
          RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
            AES-CFB8 Expand
            RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
              AES-CMAC Expand
              RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                AES-CTR Expand
                RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                  AES-ECB Expand
                  RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                    AES-KW Expand
                    RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                      AES-KWP Expand
                      RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                        AES-OFB Expand
                        RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                          AES-XTS Expand
                          RHEL 8 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                            Counter DRBG Expand

                            Created October 05, 2016, Updated March 08, 2021