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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.
Version
v2.1
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Canonical Ltd.
5th Floor, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street
London SE1 0SU
United Kingdom
Contacts
Joy Latten
joy.latten@canonical.com

A818

   First Validated: 10/20/2020
Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
    AES-CBC Expand
    Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
      AES-CCM Expand
      Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
        AES-CFB1 Expand
        Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
          AES-CFB128 Expand
          Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
            AES-CFB8 Expand
            Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
              AES-CMAC Expand
              Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                AES-CTR Expand
                Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                  AES-ECB Expand
                  Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                    AES-KW Expand
                    Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                      AES-KWP Expand
                      Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                        AES-OFB Expand
                        Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                          AES-XTS Expand
                          Ubuntu 18.04 on Intel Sandy Bridge Xeon E5 Expand
                            Counter DRBG Expand

                            Created October 05, 2016, Updated March 08, 2021