Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Description
The Nutanix Cryptographic Library for OpenSSL is a comprehensive suite of FIPS Approved algorithms used for TLS, SSH, and other cryptographic functions.
Version
1.0
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Nutanix
1740 Technology Drive, Suite 150
San Jose, CA 95110
USA
Contacts
Matt Keller
fips@nutanix.com
Ashutosh Pangasa
fips@nutanix.com

ECDSA 1499 Expand All First Validated: 7/20/2018

Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/o PAA Expand
    ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
    CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/PAA ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
    CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 with PAA Expand
      ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
      CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 without PAA Expand
        ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
        CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/o PAA Expand
          ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
          CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/PAA ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
          CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 with PAA Expand
            ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
            CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 without PAA Expand
              ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
              CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/o PAA Expand
                ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
                CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/PAA ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
                CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 with PAA Expand
                  ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
                  CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 without PAA Expand
                    ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
                    CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/o PAA Expand
                      ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
                      CentOS 7.4 on Intel E5-2620 w/PAA ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
                      CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 with PAA Expand
                        ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
                        CentOS 7.5 on Intel Xeon Silver-4116 without PAA Expand
                          ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand

                          Created October 05, 2016, Updated October 19, 2020