Re: Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-22 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Maxim,

On Tue, 19 May 2020 23:58:15 +0300 GMT (20-May-20, 3:58 +0700 GMT),
Maxim Masiutin via TBBETA wrote:

> You can run The Bat! with /SHA1_BENCHMARK command-line parameter to
> figure out whether your CPU supports SHA1 acceleration instructions, for 
> example:

> thebat64.exe /SHA1_BENCHMARK

Does not.

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Re: Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration? (What use the use case in The Bat!?)

2020-05-22 Thread Gwen
Hello Maxim,

On Tue, 19 May 2020, at 23:58:15 [GMT +0300] (which was 22:58 where I
live) Maxim wrote:

> Does your CPU support Intel SHA extensions? These are instructions
> introduced on Intel Goldmont microarchitecture. AMD added support in
> their processors for these instructions starting with Ryzen. There
> are seven new SSE-based instructions, four supporting SHA-1 and three for 
> SHA-256.

SHA1 is a outdated hashing algorithm for data. And its hashing algo is
not really free from vulnerabilities.

I'm just curious. What is it used for in The Bat!? I guess, not for
encryption.

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Re[2]: Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-22 Thread Andrew Savchenko
Hello Gunivortus,

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 9:21:52 PM, you wrote:

> At my PC I also saw that with data blocks etc,, but considered it
> (being a rooky at that field) as unimportant and so I only took the
> first sentence.

OK, I was starting another instance of TheBat! with the 1st instance 
running in background. As the result, 2nd one was silently crashing 
without producing any output at all.

Maxim,
If you are still reading this topic (which I kind of doubt given the
lack of replies from you), here is the output:

> This CPU does not support SHA instructions. 150 data blocks of
> 1024 bytes took 2.2180 seconds to process by SHA1 (software); 660.4376
> Megabytes per second



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Re: 9.1.18.6 AV when right clicking on any folder

2020-05-22 Thread MAU
Hello MAU,

> What the Subject says. Any confirmations?

I does not happen today. Who knows why.


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Re: Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-22 Thread Gunivortus Goos
Hello Maxim,

here's mine ...

 
SHA1 benchmark

This CPU does not support SHA instructions. 150 data blocks
of 1024 bytes took 1.6372 seconds to process by SHA1 (software);
894.7346 Megabytes per second

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Re: Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-22 Thread Miroslav Florensen
Hello Maxim,

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SHA1 benchmark
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This CPU does not support SHA instructions. 150 data blocks of
1024 bytes took 5.9410 seconds to process by SHA1 (software); 246.5652
Megabytes per second
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OK
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Re: ***UNCHECKED*** Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-22 Thread Maxim Masiutin via TBBETA
Hello Christoph,

Friday, May 22, 2020, 3:14:08 AM, you wrote:

> 150 data blocks of 1024 bytes took 0.8513 seconds to process by
> SHA1 using CPU instructions (hardware), 1720.6420 Megabytes per
> second; 1.9198 seconds to process by software implementation, 763.0005
> Megabytes per second

Wow! How fast!

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