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Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Description
The Trend Micro TippingPoint, Threat Protection System (TPS) Crypto Module is a software library which provides FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic algorithms and services for Trend Micro TippingPoint security products.
Version
1.0.2l-fips
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Trend Micro Inc.
11305 Alterra Parkway
Austin, TX 78758
USA
Contacts
Greg Cooper
greg_cooper@trendmicro.com
512-426-8464

HMAC 3640

   First Validated: 6/15/2018
Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Linux 4.4 on ESXi 5.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.0 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 without AES-NI Expand
    HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
    Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI Expand
      HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on Intel Core i3 without AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on KVM 1.5.3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA-1 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on ESXi 5.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.0 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
      Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 without AES-NI Expand
        HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
        Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI Expand
          HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on Intel Core i3 without AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on KVM 1.5.3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-224 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on ESXi 5.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.0 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
          Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 without AES-NI Expand
            HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
            Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI Expand
              HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on Intel Core i3 without AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on KVM 1.5.3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-256 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on ESXi 5.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.0 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
              Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 without AES-NI Expand
                HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
                Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI Expand
                  HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on Intel Core i3 without AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on KVM 1.5.3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-384 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on ESXi 5.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.0 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                  Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.5 on Intel Xeon E5 without AES-NI Expand
                    HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                    Linux 4.4 on ESXi 6.7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI Expand
                      HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                      Linux 4.4 on Intel Core i3 without AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                      Linux 4.4 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand
                      Linux 4.4 on KVM 1.5.3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)7 on Intel Xeon E5 with AES-NI HMAC-SHA2-512 Expand

                      Created October 05, 2016, Updated March 16, 2023