Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Description
Security Builder GSE-J is a standards-based cryptographic toolkit written in Java. It supports optimized Elliptic Curve Cryptography and provides application developers with sophisticated tools to flexibly integrate encryption, digital signatures and other security mechanisms into Java-based applications.
Version
2.9.2
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
BlackBerry Certicom
5th Floor, 4701 Tahoe Blvd, Building A
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 0B5
Canada
Contacts
Certicom Support
support@certicom.com
1-905-507-4220
Fax: 1-905-507-4230
Certicom Sales
sales@certicom.com
1-905-507-4220
Fax: 1-905-507-4230

SHS 4445 Expand All First Validated: 7/13/2018

Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
IBM Java 1.8 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
    SHA-1 Expand
    Oracle JRE 1.8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 on VMware 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
      SHA-1 Expand
      Oracle JRE 1.8 on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on VMware ESX 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
        SHA-1 Expand
        Oracle JRE 1.8 on Windows Server 2016 on VMware ESX 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
          SHA-1 Expand
          IBM Java 1.8 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
            SHA-224 Expand
            Oracle JRE 1.8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 on VMware 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
              SHA-224 Expand
              Oracle JRE 1.8 on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on VMware ESX 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                SHA-224 Expand
                Oracle JRE 1.8 on Windows Server 2016 on VMware ESX 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                  SHA-224 Expand
                  IBM Java 1.8 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                    SHA-256 Expand
                    Oracle JRE 1.8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 on VMware 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                      SHA-256 Expand
                      Oracle JRE 1.8 on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on VMware ESX 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                        SHA-256 Expand
                        Oracle JRE 1.8 on Windows Server 2016 on VMware ESX 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                          SHA-256 Expand
                          IBM Java 1.8 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                            SHA-384 Expand
                            Oracle JRE 1.8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 on VMware 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                              SHA-384 Expand
                              Oracle JRE 1.8 on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on VMware ESX 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                                SHA-384 Expand
                                Oracle JRE 1.8 on Windows Server 2016 on VMware ESX 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                                  SHA-384 Expand
                                  IBM Java 1.8 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                                    SHA-512 Expand
                                    Oracle JRE 1.8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 on VMware 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                                      SHA-512 Expand
                                      Oracle JRE 1.8 on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 on VMware ESX 4.1.5 on Intel Xeon X5675 Expand
                                        SHA-512 Expand
                                        Oracle JRE 1.8 on Windows Server 2016 on VMware ESX 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5-2670 Expand
                                          SHA-512 Expand

                                          Created October 05, 2016, Updated October 19, 2020