Commit 512eb565 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

*** empty log message ***

Rev: src/nettle/ChangeLog:1.8
Rev: src/nettle/serpent.h:1.3
Rev: src/nettle/testsuite/.cvsignore:1.4
Rev: src/nettle/testsuite/twofish-test.m4:1.2
Rev: src/nettle/twofish.h:1.2
parent 1699f522
2001-06-17 Niels Möller <nisse@cuckoo.hack.org>
* testsuite/serpent-test.m4: Added a few rudimentary tests
extracted from the serpent package.
* twofish.c: Adapted to nettle. Made constant tables const.
Deleted bytes_to_word and word_to_bytes; use LE_READ_UINT32 and
LE_WRITE_UINT32 instead.
(twofish_selftest): Deleted. Moved the tests to the external
testsuite.
(twofish_set_key): Don't silently truncate too large keys.
* sha1.c (sha1_update): Use unsigned for length.
* serpent.c (serpent_set_key): Read the key backwards. Fixed
padding (but there are no test vectors for key_size not a multiple
of 4).
(serpent_encrypt): Read and write data in the strange order used
by the reference implementation.
(serpent_decrypt): Likewise.
* macros.h (FOR_BLOCKS): New macro, taken from lsh.
* blowfish.h (struct blowfish_ctx): Use a two-dimensional array
for s.
* blowfish.c (initial_ctx): Arrange constants into a struct, to
simplify key setup.
(F): Deleted all but one definitions of the F function/macro.
Added a context argument, and use that to find the subkeys.
(R): Added context argument, and use that to find the subkeys.
(blowfish_set_key): Some simplification.
(encrypt): Deleted code for non-standard number of rounds. Deleted
a bunch of local variables. Using the context pointer for
everything should consume less registers.
(decrypt): Likewise.
* Makefile.am (libnettle_a_SOURCES): Added twofish.
2001-06-16 Niels Möller <nisse@cuckoo.hack.org>
* testsuite/blowfish-test.m4: Fixed test.
* Added twofish implementation.
* blowfish.h (struct blowfish_ctx): Use the correct size for the p
array.
2001-06-15 Niels Möller <nisse@ehand.com>
* testsuite/blowfish-test.m4: Fixed testcase, use correct key
......
......@@ -33,14 +33,14 @@
#include <stdint.h>
#define SERPENT_BLOCKSIZE 16
#define SERPENT_BLOCK_SIZE 16
/* Other key lengths are possible, but we only use 256 bits. Besides, the
design of Serpent makes other key lengths useless; they cheated with the
AES requirements, using a 256-bit key length exclusively and just padding
it out if the desired key length was less, so there really is no advantage
to using key lengths less than 256 bits. */
#define SERPENT_KEYSIZE 32
/* Other key lengths are possible, but the design of Serpent makes
* smaller key lengths quite pointless; they cheated with the AES
* requirements, using a 256-bit key length exclusively and just
* padding it out if the desired key length was less, so there really
* is no advantage to using key lengths less than 256 bits. */
#define SERPENT_KEY_SIZE 32
/* Allow keys of size 128 <= bits <= 256 */
......
......@@ -11,5 +11,9 @@ des-test
des-test.c
md5-test
md5-test.c
serpent-test
serpent-test.c
sha1-test
sha1-test.c
twofish-test
twofish-test.c
......@@ -11,5 +11,9 @@
/des-test.c
/md5-test
/md5-test.c
/serpent-test
/serpent-test.c
/sha1-test
/sha1-test.c
/twofish-test
/twofish-test.c
......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ uint8_t clear[TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE];
/* 128 bit key */
H(msg, "0000000000000000 0000000000000000");
twofish_set_key(&ctx, 16, H("0000000000000000 0000000000000000"))
twofish_set_key(&ctx, 16, H("0000000000000000 0000000000000000"));
twofish_encrypt(&ctx, TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE, cipher, msg);
if (!MEMEQ(TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE, cipher,
......@@ -39,8 +39,6 @@ if (!MEMEQ(TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE, msg, clear))
/* 256 bit key */
twofish_set_key(&ctx, 32, H("0123456789ABCDEF FEDCBA9876543210"
"0011223344556677 8899AABBCCDDEEFF"));
FAIL;
twofish_encrypt(&ctx, TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE, cipher, msg);
if (!MEMEQ(TWOFISH_BLOCK_SIZE, cipher,
......
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
struct twofish_ctx
{
uint32_t keys[40];
uitn32_t s_box[4][256];
uint32_t s_box[4][256];
};
void
......
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