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Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Description
User Mode DLL and Kernel Mode DLL to perform crypto functions. Both perform the same crypto functions, except that they are separated out into User Mode and Kernel Mode for performance purposes.
Version
2017.101.11.0
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
NetLib Security Inc
1177 High Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06905
USA
Contacts
Neil Weicher
neilw@netlib.com
(203) 246-6507
Fax: (203) 286-1056

AES 5529

   First Validated: 7/6/2018
Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon with AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon without AES-NI AES-CBC Expand
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon with AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon without AES-NI AES-CTR Expand
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-ECB Expand
Windows 10 (32-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-ECB Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 with AES-NI AES-ECB Expand
Windows 10 (64-bit) on Intel Core I7 without AES-NI AES-ECB Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon with AES-NI AES-ECB Expand
Windows Server 2016 on Intel Xeon without AES-NI AES-ECB Expand

Created October 05, 2016, Updated March 08, 2021