A licensable developer's toolkit providing efficient cryptographic functions for integration into software applications to meet your individual data security requirements. The cryptographic algorithm employed is the final AES candidate algorithm Serpent by Ross Anderson, Eli Biham, and Lars Knudsen as described in the AES submission document Serpent.pdf. The software tools are designed for OEM use and are available for a wide range of target platform environments. Developers require no cryptographic background to incorporate privacy and authentication services into their applications. Suitable for a multitude of potential applications, e.g. electronic funds transfer, electronic banking, secure E-mail, disk and file encryption, network user authentication, secure software distribution, etc.
Supported platform: Android
Consistent and simple-to-use 'C'-language API to the cryptographic routines.
Fully reentrant at the process and at the thread-level
Very fast 32 round implementation
Support for ECB, CBC, 8-bit OFB, and 8-bit CFB operation mode. Tell me more ..
Enclosed File Encryption utility
Performance Benchmark Program
NBS FIPS PUB 81, 1980 (Modes of operation) test and certification program
Sample make files and source code examples
One-time fee for commercial license
Download Evaluation Copy: 32-bit ARM , 64-bit ARM
A license can be purchased for the given one-time fee. A special license agreement has to be signed before by both parties.