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Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Implementation Name
Description
The Mocana Cryptographic Module is the engine of Mocana’s Device Security Framework - a software framework that secures all aspects of a system. The Device Security Framework helps applications and device designers reduce development costs and dramatically enhance cryptographic performance. For details see www.mocana.com.
Version
5.1f
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Mocana Corporation
710 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
USA
Contacts
James Blaisdell
fips@mocana.com
415-617-0055
Fax: 415-617-0056

SHS 1055

   First Validated: 8/10/2009
Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Debian 4.0 using Linux 2.6 on ARM IXP420 SHA-1 Expand
Intel/WindRiver Linux v3 on Freescale PowerQuic III SHA-1 Expand
Intel/WindRiver VxWorks 5.5 on Broadcom MIPS Processor SHA-1 Expand
iPhone OS 3.1.3 on Samsung ARM 11 SHA-1 Expand
OpenSuse 10.3 using Linux 2.6 on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA-1 Expand
Solaris 10 on SPARCv9 SHA-1 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on Freescale e600 SHA-1 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on PowerQuiccIII SHA-1 Expand
VxWorks 6.4 on PowerQuiccIII SHA-1 Expand
Windows CE 5.0 on ARM920 SHA-1 Expand
Windows Mobile 6.1 on ARM926T TI OMAP850 SHA-1 Expand
Windows XP on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA-1 Expand
Debian 4.0 using Linux 2.6 on ARM IXP420 SHA2-224 Expand
Intel/WindRiver Linux v3 on Freescale PowerQuic III SHA2-224 Expand
Intel/WindRiver VxWorks 5.5 on Broadcom MIPS Processor SHA2-224 Expand
iPhone OS 3.1.3 on Samsung ARM 11 SHA2-224 Expand
OpenSuse 10.3 using Linux 2.6 on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-224 Expand
Solaris 10 on SPARCv9 SHA2-224 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on Freescale e600 SHA2-224 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-224 Expand
VxWorks 6.4 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-224 Expand
Windows CE 5.0 on ARM920 SHA2-224 Expand
Windows Mobile 6.1 on ARM926T TI OMAP850 SHA2-224 Expand
Windows XP on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-224 Expand
Debian 4.0 using Linux 2.6 on ARM IXP420 SHA2-256 Expand
Intel/WindRiver Linux v3 on Freescale PowerQuic III SHA2-256 Expand
Intel/WindRiver VxWorks 5.5 on Broadcom MIPS Processor SHA2-256 Expand
iPhone OS 3.1.3 on Samsung ARM 11 SHA2-256 Expand
OpenSuse 10.3 using Linux 2.6 on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-256 Expand
Solaris 10 on SPARCv9 SHA2-256 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on Freescale e600 SHA2-256 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-256 Expand
VxWorks 6.4 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-256 Expand
Windows CE 5.0 on ARM920 SHA2-256 Expand
Windows Mobile 6.1 on ARM926T TI OMAP850 SHA2-256 Expand
Windows XP on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-256 Expand
Debian 4.0 using Linux 2.6 on ARM IXP420 SHA2-384 Expand
Intel/WindRiver Linux v3 on Freescale PowerQuic III SHA2-384 Expand
Intel/WindRiver VxWorks 5.5 on Broadcom MIPS Processor SHA2-384 Expand
iPhone OS 3.1.3 on Samsung ARM 11 SHA2-384 Expand
OpenSuse 10.3 using Linux 2.6 on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-384 Expand
Solaris 10 on SPARCv9 SHA2-384 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on Freescale e600 SHA2-384 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-384 Expand
VxWorks 6.4 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-384 Expand
Windows CE 5.0 on ARM920 SHA2-384 Expand
Windows Mobile 6.1 on ARM926T TI OMAP850 SHA2-384 Expand
Windows XP on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-384 Expand
Debian 4.0 using Linux 2.6 on ARM IXP420 SHA2-512 Expand
Intel/WindRiver Linux v3 on Freescale PowerQuic III SHA2-512 Expand
Intel/WindRiver VxWorks 5.5 on Broadcom MIPS Processor SHA2-512 Expand
iPhone OS 3.1.3 on Samsung ARM 11 SHA2-512 Expand
OpenSuse 10.3 using Linux 2.6 on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-512 Expand
Solaris 10 on SPARCv9 SHA2-512 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on Freescale e600 SHA2-512 Expand
VxWorks 5.5 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-512 Expand
VxWorks 6.4 on PowerQuiccIII SHA2-512 Expand
Windows CE 5.0 on ARM920 SHA2-512 Expand
Windows Mobile 6.1 on ARM926T TI OMAP850 SHA2-512 Expand
Windows XP on Intel Core 2 Duo SHA2-512 Expand

Created October 05, 2016, Updated March 08, 2021