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Sat 11 Apr 2009, 0:27

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives – Cryptography Library


On Sat 11 Apr 2009, at 0:27, Intel Software Network Graphics Feed wrote:

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives – Cryptography Library

Cryptography for Version 6.0

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Build security into your software applications using Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP). Utilize cryptography functions to facilitate software enhancements such as improved privacy, trust, access control, electronic payments, and corporate security.

Intel IPP includes a cryptography function domain for robust encryption and decryption functionality for today's increasing security needs. Functions include support for DES, TDES, Rijndael, SHA1, and RSA algorithms.

In order to get the Cryptography package for Intel IPP, please follow the steps outlined below:

Note: Step 1 below is required before you request the Cryptography package.

  1. Purchase Intel IPP 6.0 for Windows*, Linux*, or Mac OS*, or obtain an evaluation copy. (Please note, if you purchased a CD-ROM version of Intel IPP for Windows or Linux, please be sure to register your product use.)
  2. Request the Cryptography package.
  3. An e-mail will be sent to notify you of the status of your request. You will receive a response within two days.
  4. Follow the instructions provided in the email and download the Cryptography Package via Intel® Premier Support.

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