Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program CAVP

Description
The Security Kernel is a C++ implementation of cryptographic functions accessible by an object-oriented API. Depending on configuration, the algorithms may be implemented in software, hardware, or both. The PKCS #11, is used as the interface to hardware-based cryptographic modules.
Version
1.0
Type
SOFTWARE
Vendor
Entrust Datacard Corporation
Two Lincoln Centre
5420 LBJ Freeway Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75240
USA
Contacts
Yuefei Lu
Yuefei.Lu@entrustdatacard.com
John Mahoney
John.Mahoney@entrustdatacard.com

C601 First Validated: 4/5/2019

Operating Environment Algorithm Capabilities
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition on AMD Athlon A4
  • processor: AMD Athlon A4
    • manufacturer: AMD
  • software: Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition
Hash DRBG
  • Prediction Resistance: Yes
  • Supports Reseed
    • Capabilities:
      • Mode: SHA2-512
      • Entropy Input: 256
      • Nonce: 128
      • Personalization String Length: 0-256
      • Additional Input: 0-256
      • Returned Bits: 512
Prerequisites:
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition on Intel Core i7-7700 (3.60GHz, 8 MB), 64-bit
  • processor: Intel Core i7-7700 (3.60GHz, 8 MB), 64-bit
    • manufacturer: Intel
  • software: Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition
Hash DRBG
  • Prediction Resistance: Yes
  • Supports Reseed
    • Capabilities:
      • Mode: SHA2-512
      • Entropy Input: 256
      • Nonce: 128
      • Personalization String Length: 0-256
      • Additional Input: 0-256
      • Returned Bits: 512
Prerequisites:

Created October 05, 2016, Updated January 22, 2021