Re: 3DES performance

2004-12-09 Thread Joseph Ashwood
- Original Message - From: Lee Parkes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: 3DES performance I'm working on a project for a company that involves the use of 3DES. They have asked me to find out what the overheads are for encrypting a binary file. There will be quite a lot of traffic coming

Re: 3DES performance

2004-12-09 Thread Sandy Harris
Lee Parkes wrote: Hi, I'm working on a project for a company that involves the use of 3DES. They have asked me to find out what the overheads are ... Some info at: http://www.freeswan.org/freeswan_trees/freeswan-2.06/doc/performance.html

3DES performance - Thanks!

2004-12-09 Thread Lee Parkes
Hi, Many thanks for all of the information regarding performance of the various algorithms! Cheers, Lee -- -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] DOC #25 GLASS #136 You can never break the chain There is never love without pain - Secret Touch, Rush

3DES performance

2004-12-08 Thread Lee Parkes
for 3DES performance? I've tried bdes on OpenBSD which has given me some useful results. Many thanks, Lee -- -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] DOC #25 GLASS #136 You can never break the chain There is never love without pain - Secret Touch, Rush

Re: 3DES performance

2004-12-08 Thread Ian Grigg
for 3DES performance? I've tried bdes on OpenBSD which has given me some useful results. Try typing: openssl speed on any Unix platform (until you find one with OpenSSL installed). iang - The Cryptography Mailing List

Re: 3DES performance

2004-12-08 Thread Chris Kuethe
of hundreds of thousands of files per hour). Has anyone got any figures for 3DES performance? I've tried bdes on OpenBSD which has given me some useful results. use openssl speed. ttyp1# openssl speed des blowfish To get the most accurate results, try to run this program when this computer