AES (rijndael) support in NetBSD-current IPsec code

    Date04 Oct 2000
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    NetBSD-current IPsec (from KAME) now supports rijndael algorithm for ESP encryption, thanks to the integration work of Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino. rijndael is the finalist of AES contest, and will be standardized in FIPS standard suite, to replace DES.. . . NetBSD-current IPsec (from KAME) now supports rijndael algorithm for ESP encryption, thanks to the integration work of Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino. rijndael is the finalist of AES contest, and will be standardized in FIPS standard suite, to replace DES.

    AES finalist was picked on Oct 2, the official algorithm number is decided on Oct 3. NetBSD-current has working rijndael support since Oct 3 (the foundation has been there waiting for algorithm number).

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