Libica v2.5.0 contains new support for AES-GCM streaming mode, extended support for RSA key generation and RSA CRT key check/conversion.
Libica v2.2.0 contains new support for CMAC (DES, TDES), CBC-CS (DES, TDES, AES), CCM (AES), and GCM (AES). It also supports CMAC chaining for all ciphers.
A new libica Programmer's Reference for version 2.1.0 has been released.
See "Linux on System z documentation for 'Development stream'", section "Reference documentation":
Opencryptoki version 2.4 contains support for Elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) and AES Counter mode (AES-CTR). Much cleanup and bugfixes have been done; object and session handling are now done via binary trees and debug messages logged to a file identified by user.
This new version brings new support for cipher modes like CFB, OFB, CTR and XTS as well as support for authentication like CMAC.
This new opencryptoki version brings a lot of clean-ups, specially in terms of building and packaging.
It also has a number of fixes and improved performance in session/object handle look-up (which happens essentially upon every call).
The latest version of openCryptoki, 2.2.5 is now available for download.
2.2.5 fixes a number of issues, please see the top level ChangeLog file for details.
This version of openCryptoki fixes a few bugs, as well as updates the TPM token for use with trousers 0.2.9.
Release of version 1.0.0, with fixes to the modular exponentiation code.
This release is predominately a cleanup of the build environment removing nonessential files and providing a usable configure.in file.
opencryptoki 2.2.4 released
Release includes compiler warning cleanup and minor bug fixes.
openCryptoki 2.2.2 released