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From: Alex Alten (Altenhome.com)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2001 - 03:14:25 CST
This web page is rather confusing. It looks like you are selling
an assembly version of AES/Rijndael, but when I click on your
[?] symbol I end up at a previous page. However it's nice to
see your speed & cycle ratings. Rijndael looks fairly efficient
on an Intel CPU.
At 09:27 AM 11/14/2001 +0200, Helger Lipmaa wrote:
>On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, Alex Alten wrote:
>> Just curious if there's any optimized assembler implementation available.
>> I'm thinking I might try to optimize the AES key setup like I did for DES
>> a while back.
>> BTW, I was talking to a cryptanalyst over at ISSI and he was having
>> his doubts about some aspects of Rijndael. Has anyone heard whether
>> or not it will get tweaked before it becomes the AES standard?
>> - Alex
>> Alex Alten
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