Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Implementation Name
Description
The Allegro Cryptographic Engine (ACE) is a cryptographic library module for embedded computing systems. ACE provides software implementations of algorithms for calculations of message digests, digital signature creation and verification, bulk encryption and decryption, key generation and key exchange.
Version
6.2
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Allegro Software Development Corporation
1740 Massachusetts Avenue
Boxborough, MA 01719
USA
Contacts
Alan Presser
apresser@allegrosoft.com
(978) 264-6600

ECDSA 936 Expand All First Validated: 10/14/2016

Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA KeyGen (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA KeyVer (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA SigGen (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
Linux Mint 18 on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 with AES-NI ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand
Windows 10 Professional on Intel Core i7 without AES-NI ECDSA SigVer (186-4) Expand

Created October 05, 2016, Updated October 19, 2020