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Subject[PATCH] Re-implemented i586 asm AES
This code is a rework of the original Gladman AES code, and does not
include any supposed BSD licensed work by Jari Ruusu.

Linus converted the Intel asm to Gas format, and made some minor
alterations.

Fruhwirth's glue module has also been retained, although I rebased the
table generation and key scheduling back to Gladman's code. I've tested
this code with some standard FIPS test vectors, and large FTP transfers
over IPSec (both locally and over the wire to a system running the generic
AES implementation).

Please review.

Signed-off-by: James Morris <jmorris@redhat.com>

Documentation/crypto/api-intro.txt | 2
arch/i386/Makefile | 3
arch/i386/crypto/Makefile | 9
arch/i386/crypto/aes-i586-asm.S | 352 ++++++++++++++++++++++++
arch/i386/crypto/aes.c | 521 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
crypto/Kconfig | 22 +
6 files changed, 907 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/aes.c linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/aes.c
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/aes.c 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/aes.c 2004-08-06 04:25:40.557436560 -0400
@@ -0,0 +1,521 @@
+/*
+ *
+ * Glue Code for optimized 586 assembler version of AES
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2002, Dr Brian Gladman <>, Worcester, UK.
+ * All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * LICENSE TERMS
+ *
+ * The free distribution and use of this software in both source and binary
+ * form is allowed (with or without changes) provided that:
+ *
+ * 1. distributions of this source code include the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer;
+ *
+ * 2. distributions in binary form include the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+ * in the documentation and/or other associated materials;
+ *
+ * 3. the copyright holder's name is not used to endorse products
+ * built using this software without specific written permission.
+ *
+ * ALTERNATIVELY, provided that this notice is retained in full, this product
+ * may be distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL),
+ * in which case the provisions of the GPL apply INSTEAD OF those given above.
+ *
+ * DISCLAIMER
+ *
+ * This software is provided 'as is' with no explicit or implied warranties
+ * in respect of its properties, including, but not limited to, correctness
+ * and/or fitness for purpose.
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2003, Adam J. Richter <adam@yggdrasil.com> (conversion to
+ * 2.5 API).
+ * Copyright (c) 2003, 2004 Fruhwirth Clemens <clemens@endorphin.org>
+ * Copyright (c) 2004 Red Hat, Inc., James Morris <jmorris@redhat.com>
+ *
+ */
+#include <linux/kernel.h>
+#include <linux/module.h>
+#include <linux/init.h>
+#include <linux/types.h>
+#include <linux/crypto.h>
+#include <linux/linkage.h>
+
+asmlinkage void aes_enc_blk(const u8 *src, u8 *dst, void *ctx);
+asmlinkage void aes_dec_blk(const u8 *src, u8 *dst, void *ctx);
+
+#define AES_MIN_KEY_SIZE 16
+#define AES_MAX_KEY_SIZE 32
+#define AES_BLOCK_SIZE 16
+#define AES_KS_LENGTH 4 * AES_BLOCK_SIZE
+#define RC_LENGTH 29
+
+struct aes_ctx {
+ u32 ekey[AES_KS_LENGTH];
+ u32 rounds;
+ u32 dkey[AES_KS_LENGTH];
+};
+
+#define WPOLY 0x011b
+#define u32_in(x) le32_to_cpu(*(const u32 *)(x))
+#define bytes2word(b0, b1, b2, b3) \
+ (((u32)(b3) << 24) | ((u32)(b2) << 16) | ((u32)(b1) << 8) | (b0))
+
+/* define the finite field multiplies required for Rijndael */
+#define f2(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0x19] : 0)
+#define f3(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0x01] : 0)
+#define f9(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0xc7] : 0)
+#define fb(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0x68] : 0)
+#define fd(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0xee] : 0)
+#define fe(x) ((x) ? pow[log[x] + 0xdf] : 0)
+#define fi(x) ((x) ? pow[255 - log[x]]: 0)
+
+static inline u32 upr(u32 x, int n)
+{
+ return (x << 8 * n) | (x >> (32 - 8 * n));
+}
+
+static inline u8 bval(u32 x, int n)
+{
+ return x >> 8 * n;
+}
+
+/* The forward and inverse affine transformations used in the S-box */
+#define fwd_affine(x) \
+ (w = (u32)x, w ^= (w<<1)^(w<<2)^(w<<3)^(w<<4), 0x63^(u8)(w^(w>>8)))
+
+#define inv_affine(x) \
+ (w = (u32)x, w = (w<<1)^(w<<3)^(w<<6), 0x05^(u8)(w^(w>>8)))
+
+static u32 rcon_tab[RC_LENGTH];
+
+u32 ft_tab[4][256];
+u32 fl_tab[4][256];
+u32 ls_tab[4][256];
+u32 im_tab[4][256];
+u32 il_tab[4][256];
+u32 it_tab[4][256];
+
+void gen_tabs(void)
+{
+ u32 i, w;
+ u8 pow[512], log[256];
+
+ /*
+ * log and power tables for GF(2^8) finite field with
+ * WPOLY as modular polynomial - the simplest primitive
+ * root is 0x03, used here to generate the tables.
+ */
+ i = 0; w = 1;
+
+ do {
+ pow[i] = (u8)w;
+ pow[i + 255] = (u8)w;
+ log[w] = (u8)i++;
+ w ^= (w << 1) ^ (w & 0x80 ? WPOLY : 0);
+ } while (w != 1);
+
+ for(i = 0, w = 1; i < RC_LENGTH; ++i) {
+ rcon_tab[i] = bytes2word(w, 0, 0, 0);
+ w = f2(w);
+ }
+
+ for(i = 0; i < 256; ++i) {
+ u8 b;
+
+ b = fwd_affine(fi((u8)i));
+ w = bytes2word(f2(b), b, b, f3(b));
+
+ /* tables for a normal encryption round */
+ ft_tab[0][i] = w;
+ ft_tab[1][i] = upr(w, 1);
+ ft_tab[2][i] = upr(w, 2);
+ ft_tab[3][i] = upr(w, 3);
+ w = bytes2word(b, 0, 0, 0);
+
+ /*
+ * tables for last encryption round
+ * (may also be used in the key schedule)
+ */
+ fl_tab[0][i] = w;
+ fl_tab[1][i] = upr(w, 1);
+ fl_tab[2][i] = upr(w, 2);
+ fl_tab[3][i] = upr(w, 3);
+
+ /*
+ * table for key schedule if fl_tab above is
+ * not of the required form
+ */
+ ls_tab[0][i] = w;
+ ls_tab[1][i] = upr(w, 1);
+ ls_tab[2][i] = upr(w, 2);
+ ls_tab[3][i] = upr(w, 3);
+
+ b = fi(inv_affine((u8)i));
+ w = bytes2word(fe(b), f9(b), fd(b), fb(b));
+
+ /* tables for the inverse mix column operation */
+ im_tab[0][b] = w;
+ im_tab[1][b] = upr(w, 1);
+ im_tab[2][b] = upr(w, 2);
+ im_tab[3][b] = upr(w, 3);
+
+ /* tables for a normal decryption round */
+ it_tab[0][i] = w;
+ it_tab[1][i] = upr(w,1);
+ it_tab[2][i] = upr(w,2);
+ it_tab[3][i] = upr(w,3);
+
+ w = bytes2word(b, 0, 0, 0);
+
+ /* tables for last decryption round */
+ il_tab[0][i] = w;
+ il_tab[1][i] = upr(w,1);
+ il_tab[2][i] = upr(w,2);
+ il_tab[3][i] = upr(w,3);
+ }
+}
+
+#define four_tables(x,tab,vf,rf,c) \
+( tab[0][bval(vf(x,0,c),rf(0,c))] ^ \
+ tab[1][bval(vf(x,1,c),rf(1,c))] ^ \
+ tab[2][bval(vf(x,2,c),rf(2,c))] ^ \
+ tab[3][bval(vf(x,3,c),rf(3,c))] \
+)
+
+#define vf1(x,r,c) (x)
+#define rf1(r,c) (r)
+#define rf2(r,c) ((r-c)&3)
+
+#define inv_mcol(x) four_tables(x,im_tab,vf1,rf1,0)
+#define ls_box(x,c) four_tables(x,fl_tab,vf1,rf2,c)
+
+#define ff(x) inv_mcol(x)
+
+#define ke4(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[4*(i)+4] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[3],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[4*(i)+5] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[4*(i)+6] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[4*(i)+7] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+}
+
+#define kel4(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[4*(i)+4] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[3],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[4*(i)+5] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[4*(i)+6] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; k[4*(i)+7] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+}
+
+#define ke6(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[6*(i)+ 6] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[5],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 7] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 8] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 9] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[6*(i)+10] = ss[4] ^= ss[3]; \
+ k[6*(i)+11] = ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+}
+
+#define kel6(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[6*(i)+ 6] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[5],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 7] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 8] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 9] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+}
+
+#define ke8(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[8*(i)+ 8] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[7],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 9] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[8*(i)+10] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[8*(i)+11] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[8*(i)+12] = ss[4] ^= ls_box(ss[3],0); \
+ k[8*(i)+13] = ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[8*(i)+14] = ss[6] ^= ss[5]; \
+ k[8*(i)+15] = ss[7] ^= ss[6]; \
+}
+
+#define kel8(k,i) \
+{ \
+ k[8*(i)+ 8] = ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[7],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 9] = ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[8*(i)+10] = ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[8*(i)+11] = ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+}
+
+#define kdf4(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[0] = ss[0] ^ ss[2] ^ ss[1] ^ ss[3]; \
+ ss[1] = ss[1] ^ ss[3]; \
+ ss[2] = ss[2] ^ ss[3]; \
+ ss[3] = ss[3]; \
+ ss[4] = ls_box(ss[(i+3) % 4], 3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ ss[i % 4] ^= ss[4]; \
+ ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)]; \
+ k[4*(i)+4] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+1]; \
+ k[4*(i)+5] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+2]; \
+ k[4*(i)+6] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+3]; \
+ k[4*(i)+7] = ff(ss[4]); \
+}
+
+#define kd4(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[4] = ls_box(ss[(i+3) % 4], 3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ ss[i % 4] ^= ss[4]; \
+ ss[4] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ k[4*(i)+4] = ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)]; \
+ k[4*(i)+5] = ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+1]; \
+ k[4*(i)+6] = ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+2]; \
+ k[4*(i)+7] = ss[4] ^= k[4*(i)+3]; \
+}
+
+#define kdl4(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[4] = ls_box(ss[(i+3) % 4], 3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ ss[i % 4] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[4*(i)+4] = (ss[0] ^= ss[1]) ^ ss[2] ^ ss[3]; \
+ k[4*(i)+5] = ss[1] ^ ss[3]; \
+ k[4*(i)+6] = ss[0]; \
+ k[4*(i)+7] = ss[1]; \
+}
+
+#define kdf6(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[5],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 6] = ff(ss[0]); \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 7] = ff(ss[1]); \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 8] = ff(ss[2]); \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 9] = ff(ss[3]); \
+ ss[4] ^= ss[3]; \
+ k[6*(i)+10] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[6*(i)+11] = ff(ss[5]); \
+}
+
+#define kd6(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[6] = ls_box(ss[5],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ ss[0] ^= ss[6]; ss[6] = ff(ss[6]); \
+ k[6*(i)+ 6] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)]; \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 7] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)+ 1]; \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 8] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)+ 2]; \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 9] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)+ 3]; \
+ ss[4] ^= ss[3]; \
+ k[6*(i)+10] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)+ 4]; \
+ ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[6*(i)+11] = ss[6] ^= k[6*(i)+ 5]; \
+}
+
+#define kdl6(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[5],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 6] = ss[0]; \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 7] = ss[1]; \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 8] = ss[2]; \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[6*(i)+ 9] = ss[3]; \
+}
+
+#define kdf8(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[7],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 8] = ff(ss[0]); \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 9] = ff(ss[1]); \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[8*(i)+10] = ff(ss[2]); \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[8*(i)+11] = ff(ss[3]); \
+ ss[4] ^= ls_box(ss[3],0); \
+ k[8*(i)+12] = ff(ss[4]); \
+ ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[8*(i)+13] = ff(ss[5]); \
+ ss[6] ^= ss[5]; \
+ k[8*(i)+14] = ff(ss[6]); \
+ ss[7] ^= ss[6]; \
+ k[8*(i)+15] = ff(ss[7]); \
+}
+
+#define kd8(k,i) \
+{ \
+ u32 __g = ls_box(ss[7],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ ss[0] ^= __g; \
+ __g = ff(__g); \
+ k[8*(i)+ 8] = __g ^= k[8*(i)]; \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 9] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 1]; \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[8*(i)+10] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 2]; \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[8*(i)+11] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 3]; \
+ __g = ls_box(ss[3],0); \
+ ss[4] ^= __g; \
+ __g = ff(__g); \
+ k[8*(i)+12] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 4]; \
+ ss[5] ^= ss[4]; \
+ k[8*(i)+13] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 5]; \
+ ss[6] ^= ss[5]; \
+ k[8*(i)+14] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 6]; \
+ ss[7] ^= ss[6]; \
+ k[8*(i)+15] = __g ^= k[8*(i)+ 7]; \
+}
+
+#define kdl8(k,i) \
+{ \
+ ss[0] ^= ls_box(ss[7],3) ^ rcon_tab[i]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 8] = ss[0]; \
+ ss[1] ^= ss[0]; \
+ k[8*(i)+ 9] = ss[1]; \
+ ss[2] ^= ss[1]; \
+ k[8*(i)+10] = ss[2]; \
+ ss[3] ^= ss[2]; \
+ k[8*(i)+11] = ss[3]; \
+}
+
+static int
+aes_set_key(void *ctx_arg, const u8 *in_key, unsigned int key_len, u32 *flags)
+{
+ int i;
+ u32 ss[8];
+ struct aes_ctx *ctx = ctx_arg;
+
+ /* encryption schedule */
+
+ ctx->ekey[0] = ss[0] = u32_in(in_key);
+ ctx->ekey[1] = ss[1] = u32_in(in_key + 4);
+ ctx->ekey[2] = ss[2] = u32_in(in_key + 8);
+ ctx->ekey[3] = ss[3] = u32_in(in_key + 12);
+
+ switch(key_len) {
+ case 16:
+ for (i = 0; i < 9; i++)
+ ke4(ctx->ekey, i);
+ kel4(ctx->ekey, 9);
+ ctx->rounds = 10;
+ break;
+
+ case 24:
+ ctx->ekey[4] = ss[4] = u32_in(in_key + 16);
+ ctx->ekey[5] = ss[5] = u32_in(in_key + 20);
+ for (i = 0; i < 7; i++)
+ ke6(ctx->ekey, i);
+ kel6(ctx->ekey, 7);
+ ctx->rounds = 12;
+ break;
+
+ case 32:
+ ctx->ekey[4] = ss[4] = u32_in(in_key + 16);
+ ctx->ekey[5] = ss[5] = u32_in(in_key + 20);
+ ctx->ekey[6] = ss[6] = u32_in(in_key + 24);
+ ctx->ekey[7] = ss[7] = u32_in(in_key + 28);
+
+ for (i = 0; i < 6; i++)
+ ke8(ctx->ekey, i);
+ kel8(ctx->ekey, 6);
+ ctx->rounds = 14;
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ *flags |= CRYPTO_TFM_RES_BAD_KEY_LEN;
+ return -EINVAL;
+ }
+
+ /* decryption schedule */
+
+ ctx->dkey[0] = ss[0] = u32_in(in_key);
+ ctx->dkey[1] = ss[1] = u32_in(in_key + 4);
+ ctx->dkey[2] = ss[2] = u32_in(in_key + 8);
+ ctx->dkey[3] = ss[3] = u32_in(in_key + 12);
+
+ switch (key_len) {
+ case 16:
+ kdf4(ctx->dkey, 0);
+ for (i = 1; i < 9; i++)
+ kd4(ctx->dkey, i);
+ kdl4(ctx->dkey, 9);
+ break;
+
+ case 24:
+ ctx->dkey[4] = ff(ss[4] = u32_in(in_key + 16));
+ ctx->dkey[5] = ff(ss[5] = u32_in(in_key + 20));
+ kdf6(ctx->dkey, 0);
+ for (i = 1; i < 7; i++)
+ kd6(ctx->dkey, i);
+ kdl6(ctx->dkey, 7);
+ break;
+
+ case 32:
+ ctx->dkey[4] = ff(ss[4] = u32_in(in_key + 16));
+ ctx->dkey[5] = ff(ss[5] = u32_in(in_key + 20));
+ ctx->dkey[6] = ff(ss[6] = u32_in(in_key + 24));
+ ctx->dkey[7] = ff(ss[7] = u32_in(in_key + 28));
+ kdf8(ctx->dkey, 0);
+ for (i = 1; i < 6; i++)
+ kd8(ctx->dkey, i);
+ kdl8(ctx->dkey, 6);
+ break;
+ }
+ return 0;
+}
+
+static inline void aes_encrypt(void *ctx, u8 *dst, const u8 *src)
+{
+ aes_enc_blk(src, dst, ctx);
+}
+static inline void aes_decrypt(void *ctx, u8 *dst, const u8 *src)
+{
+ aes_dec_blk(src, dst, ctx);
+}
+
+
+static struct crypto_alg aes_alg = {
+ .cra_name = "aes",
+ .cra_flags = CRYPTO_ALG_TYPE_CIPHER,
+ .cra_blocksize = AES_BLOCK_SIZE,
+ .cra_ctxsize = sizeof(struct aes_ctx),
+ .cra_module = THIS_MODULE,
+ .cra_list = LIST_HEAD_INIT(aes_alg.cra_list),
+ .cra_u = {
+ .cipher = {
+ .cia_min_keysize = AES_MIN_KEY_SIZE,
+ .cia_max_keysize = AES_MAX_KEY_SIZE,
+ .cia_setkey = aes_set_key,
+ .cia_encrypt = aes_encrypt,
+ .cia_decrypt = aes_decrypt
+ }
+ }
+};
+
+static int __init aes_init(void)
+{
+ gen_tabs();
+ return crypto_register_alg(&aes_alg);
+}
+
+static void __exit aes_fini(void)
+{
+ crypto_unregister_alg(&aes_alg);
+}
+
+module_init(aes_init);
+module_exit(aes_fini);
+
+MODULE_DESCRIPTION("Rijndael (AES) Cipher Algorithm, i586 asm optimized");
+MODULE_LICENSE("Dual BSD/GPL");
+MODULE_AUTHOR("Fruhwirth Clemens, James Morris, Brian Gladman, Adam Richter");
+MODULE_ALIAS("aes");
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/aes-i586-asm.S linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/aes-i586-asm.S
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/aes-i586-asm.S 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/aes-i586-asm.S 2004-08-06 03:19:35.000000000 -0400
@@ -0,0 +1,352 @@
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Copyright (c) 2001, Dr Brian Gladman < >, Worcester, UK.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// LICENSE TERMS
+//
+// The free distribution and use of this software in both source and binary
+// form is allowed (with or without changes) provided that:
+//
+// 1. distributions of this source code include the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer//
+//
+// 2. distributions in binary form include the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other associated materials//
+//
+// 3. the copyright holder's name is not used to endorse products
+// built using this software without specific written permission.
+//
+//
+// ALTERNATIVELY, provided that this notice is retained in full, this product
+// may be distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL),
+// in which case the provisions of the GPL apply INSTEAD OF those given above.
+//
+// Copyright (c) 2004 Linus Torvalds <torvalds@osdl.org>
+// Copyright (c) 2004 Red Hat, Inc., James Morris <jmorris@redhat.com>
+
+// DISCLAIMER
+//
+// This software is provided 'as is' with no explicit or implied warranties
+// in respect of its properties including, but not limited to, correctness
+// and fitness for purpose.
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Issue Date: 29/07/2002
+
+// An AES (Rijndael) implementation for the Pentium MMX family using the NASM
+// assembler <http://www.web-sites.co.uk/nasm/>. This version only implements
+// the standard AES block length (128 bits, 16 bytes) with the same interface
+// as that used in my C/C++ implementation. This code does not preserve the
+// eax, ecx or edx registers or the artihmetic status flags. However, the ebx,
+// esi, edi, and ebp registers are preserved across calls. Only encryption
+// and decryption are implemented here, the key schedule code being that from
+// compiling aes.c with USE_ASM defined. This code uses VC++ register saving
+// conentions// if it is used with another compiler, its conventions for using
+// and saving registers will need to be checked.
+
+.file "aes-i586-asm.S"
+.text
+
+// aes_rval aes_enc_blk(const unsigned char in_blk[], unsigned char out_blk[], const aes_ctx cx[1])//
+// aes_rval aes_dec_blk(const unsigned char in_blk[], unsigned char out_blk[], const aes_ctx cx[1])//
+
+#define tlen 1024 // length of each of 4 'xor' arrays (256 32-bit words)
+
+// offsets to parameters with one register pushed onto stack
+
+#define in_blk 8 // input byte array address parameter
+#define out_blk 12 // output byte array address parameter
+#define ctx 16 // AES context structure
+
+// offsets in context structure
+
+#define ekey 0 // encryption key schedule base address
+#define nrnd 256 // number of rounds
+#define dkey 260 // decryption key schedule base address
+
+// register mapping for encrypt and decrypt subroutines
+
+#define r0 eax
+#define r1 ebx
+#define r2 ecx
+#define r3 edx
+#define r4 esi
+#define r5 edi
+#define r6 ebp
+
+#define eaxl al
+#define eaxh ah
+#define ebxl bl
+#define ebxh bh
+#define ecxl cl
+#define ecxh ch
+#define edxl dl
+#define edxh dh
+
+#define _h(reg) reg##h
+#define h(reg) _h(reg)
+
+#define _l(reg) reg##l
+#define l(reg) _l(reg)
+
+// This macro takes a 32-bit word representing a column and uses
+// each of its four bytes to index into four tables of 256 32-bit
+// words to obtain values that are then xored into the appropriate
+// output registers r0, r1, r4 or r5.
+
+// Parameters:
+// %1 out_state[0]
+// %2 out_state[1]
+// %3 out_state[2]
+// %4 out_state[3]
+// %5 table base address
+// %6 input register for the round (destroyed)
+// %7 scratch register for the round
+
+#define do_col(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7) \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ xor a5(,%a7,4),%a1; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a7; \
+ shr $16,%a6; \
+ xor a5+tlen(,%a7,4),%a2; \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a6; \
+ xor a5+2*tlen(,%a7,4),%a3; \
+ xor a5+3*tlen(,%a6,4),%a4;
+
+// initialise output registers from the key schedule
+
+#define do_fcol(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7, a8) \
+ mov 0 a8,%a1; \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ mov 12 a8,%a2; \
+ xor a5(,%a7,4),%a1; \
+ mov 4 a8,%a4; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a7; \
+ shr $16,%a6; \
+ xor a5+tlen(,%a7,4),%a2; \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a6; \
+ xor a5+3*tlen(,%a6,4),%a4; \
+ mov %a3,%a6; \
+ mov 8 a8,%a3; \
+ xor a5+2*tlen(,%a7,4),%a3;
+
+// initialise output registers from the key schedule
+
+#define do_icol(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7, a8) \
+ mov 0 a8,%a1; \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ mov 4 a8,%a2; \
+ xor a5(,%a7,4),%a1; \
+ mov 12 a8,%a4; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a7; \
+ shr $16,%a6; \
+ xor a5+tlen(,%a7,4),%a2; \
+ movzx %l(a6),%a7; \
+ movzx %h(a6),%a6; \
+ xor a5+3*tlen(,%a6,4),%a4; \
+ mov %a3,%a6; \
+ mov 8 a8,%a3; \
+ xor a5+2*tlen(,%a7,4),%a3;
+
+
+// original Gladman had conditional saves to MMX regs.
+#define save(a1, a2) \
+ mov %a2,4*a1(%esp)
+
+#define restore(a1, a2) \
+ mov 4*a2(%esp),%a1
+
+// This macro performs a forward encryption cycle. It is entered with
+// the first previous round column values in r0, r1, r4 and r5 and
+// exits with the final values in the same registers, using the MMX
+// registers mm0-mm1 or the stack for temporary storage
+
+// mov current column values into the MMX registers
+#define fwd_rnd(arg, table) \
+ /* mov current column values into the MMX registers */ \
+ mov %r0,%r2; \
+ save (0,r1); \
+ save (1,r5); \
+ \
+ /* compute new column values */ \
+ do_fcol(r0,r5,r4,r1,table, r2,r3, arg); \
+ do_col (r4,r1,r0,r5,table, r2,r3); \
+ restore(r2,0); \
+ do_col (r1,r0,r5,r4,table, r2,r3); \
+ restore(r2,1); \
+ do_col (r5,r4,r1,r0,table, r2,r3);
+
+// This macro performs an inverse encryption cycle. It is entered with
+// the first previous round column values in r0, r1, r4 and r5 and
+// exits with the final values in the same registers, using the MMX
+// registers mm0-mm1 or the stack for temporary storage
+
+#define inv_rnd(arg, table) \
+ /* mov current column values into the MMX registers */ \
+ mov %r0,%r2; \
+ save (0,r1); \
+ save (1,r5); \
+ \
+ /* compute new column values */ \
+ do_icol(r0,r1,r4,r5, table, r2,r3, arg); \
+ do_col (r4,r5,r0,r1, table, r2,r3); \
+ restore(r2,0); \
+ do_col (r1,r4,r5,r0, table, r2,r3); \
+ restore(r2,1); \
+ do_col (r5,r0,r1,r4, table, r2,r3);
+
+// AES (Rijndael) Encryption Subroutine
+
+.global aes_enc_blk
+
+.extern ft_tab
+.extern fl_tab
+
+.align 4
+
+aes_enc_blk:
+ push %ebp
+ mov ctx(%esp),%ebp // pointer to context
+ xor %eax,%eax
+
+// CAUTION: the order and the values used in these assigns
+// rely on the register mappings
+
+1: push %ebx
+ mov in_blk+4(%esp),%r2
+ push %esi
+ mov nrnd(%ebp),%r3 // number of rounds
+ push %edi
+ lea ekey(%ebp),%r6 // key pointer
+
+// input four columns and xor in first round key
+
+ mov (%r2),%r0
+ mov 4(%r2),%r1
+ mov 8(%r2),%r4
+ mov 12(%r2),%r5
+ xor (%r6),%r0
+ xor 4(%r6),%r1
+ xor 8(%r6),%r4
+ xor 12(%r6),%r5
+
+ sub $8,%esp // space for register saves on stack
+ add $16,%r6 // increment to next round key
+ sub $10,%r3
+ je 4f // 10 rounds for 128-bit key
+ add $32,%r6
+ sub $2,%r3
+ je 3f // 12 rounds for 128-bit key
+ add $32,%r6
+
+2: fwd_rnd( -64(%r6) ,ft_tab) // 14 rounds for 128-bit key
+ fwd_rnd( -48(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+3: fwd_rnd( -32(%r6) ,ft_tab) // 12 rounds for 128-bit key
+ fwd_rnd( -16(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+4: fwd_rnd( (%r6) ,ft_tab) // 10 rounds for 128-bit key
+ fwd_rnd( +16(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd( +32(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd( +48(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd( +64(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd( +80(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd( +96(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd(+112(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd(+128(%r6) ,ft_tab)
+ fwd_rnd(+144(%r6) ,fl_tab) // last round uses a different table
+
+// move final values to the output array. CAUTION: the
+// order of these assigns rely on the register mappings
+
+ add $8,%esp
+ mov out_blk+12(%esp),%r6
+ mov %r5,12(%r6)
+ pop %edi
+ mov %r4,8(%r6)
+ pop %esi
+ mov %r1,4(%r6)
+ pop %ebx
+ mov %r0,(%r6)
+ pop %ebp
+ mov $1,%eax
+ ret
+
+// AES (Rijndael) Decryption Subroutine
+
+.global aes_dec_blk
+
+.extern it_tab
+.extern il_tab
+
+.align 4
+
+aes_dec_blk:
+ push %ebp
+ mov ctx(%esp),%ebp // pointer to context
+ xor %eax,%eax
+
+// CAUTION: the order and the values used in these assigns
+// rely on the register mappings
+
+1: push %ebx
+ mov in_blk+4(%esp),%r2
+ push %esi
+ mov nrnd(%ebp),%r3 // number of rounds
+ push %edi
+ lea dkey(%ebp),%r6 // key pointer
+ mov %r3,%r0
+ shl $4,%r0
+ add %r0,%r6
+
+// input four columns and xor in first round key
+
+ mov (%r2),%r0
+ mov 4(%r2),%r1
+ mov 8(%r2),%r4
+ mov 12(%r2),%r5
+ xor (%r6),%r0
+ xor 4(%r6),%r1
+ xor 8(%r6),%r4
+ xor 12(%r6),%r5
+
+ sub $8,%esp // space for register saves on stack
+ sub $16,%r6 // increment to next round key
+ sub $10,%r3
+ je 4f // 10 rounds for 128-bit key
+ sub $32,%r6
+ sub $2,%r3
+ je 3f // 12 rounds for 128-bit key
+ sub $32,%r6
+
+2: inv_rnd( +64(%r6), it_tab) // 14 rounds for 128-bit key
+ inv_rnd( +48(%r6), it_tab)
+3: inv_rnd( +32(%r6), it_tab) // 12 rounds for 128-bit key
+ inv_rnd( +16(%r6), it_tab)
+4: inv_rnd( (%r6), it_tab) // 10 rounds for 128-bit key
+ inv_rnd( -16(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd( -32(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd( -48(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd( -64(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd( -80(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd( -96(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd(-112(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd(-128(%r6), it_tab)
+ inv_rnd(-144(%r6), il_tab) // last round uses a different table
+
+// move final values to the output array. CAUTION: the
+// order of these assigns rely on the register mappings
+
+ add $8,%esp
+ mov out_blk+12(%esp),%r6
+ mov %r5,12(%r6)
+ pop %edi
+ mov %r4,8(%r6)
+ pop %esi
+ mov %r1,4(%r6)
+ pop %ebx
+ mov %r0,(%r6)
+ pop %ebp
+ mov $1,%eax
+ ret
+
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/Makefile linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/Makefile
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/crypto/Makefile 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/crypto/Makefile 2004-08-06 03:20:34.000000000 -0400
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+#
+# i386/crypto/Makefile
+#
+# Arch-specific CryptoAPI modules.
+#
+
+obj-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_AES_586) += aes-i586.o
+
+aes-i586-y := aes-i586-asm.o aes.o
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/Makefile linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/Makefile
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/arch/i386/Makefile 2004-08-05 11:28:21.000000000 -0400
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/arch/i386/Makefile 2004-08-04 19:43:16.000000000 -0400
@@ -104,7 +104,8 @@
libs-y += arch/i386/lib/
core-y += arch/i386/kernel/ \
arch/i386/mm/ \
- arch/i386/$(mcore-y)/
+ arch/i386/$(mcore-y)/ \
+ arch/i386/crypto/
drivers-$(CONFIG_MATH_EMULATION) += arch/i386/math-emu/
drivers-$(CONFIG_PCI) += arch/i386/pci/
# must be linked after kernel/
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/crypto/Kconfig linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/crypto/Kconfig
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/crypto/Kconfig 2004-08-05 11:28:21.000000000 -0400
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/crypto/Kconfig 2004-08-05 10:40:27.000000000 -0400
@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@

config CRYPTO_AES
tristate "AES cipher algorithms"
- depends on CRYPTO
+ depends on CRYPTO && !(X86 && !X86_64)
help
AES cipher algorithms (FIPS-197). AES uses the Rijndael
algorithm.
@@ -138,6 +138,26 @@

See http://csrc.nist.gov/CryptoToolkit/aes/ for more information.

+config CRYPTO_AES_586
+ tristate "AES cipher algorithms (i586)"
+ depends on CRYPTO && (X86 && !X86_64)
+ help
+ AES cipher algorithms (FIPS-197). AES uses the Rijndael
+ algorithm.
+
+ Rijndael appears to be consistently a very good performer in
+ both hardware and software across a wide range of computing
+ environments regardless of its use in feedback or non-feedback
+ modes. Its key setup time is excellent, and its key agility is
+ good. Rijndael's very low memory requirements make it very well
+ suited for restricted-space environments, in which it also
+ demonstrates excellent performance. Rijndael's operations are
+ among the easiest to defend against power and timing attacks.
+
+ The AES specifies three key sizes: 128, 192 and 256 bits
+
+ See http://csrc.nist.gov/encryption/aes/ for more information.
+
config CRYPTO_CAST5
tristate "CAST5 (CAST-128) cipher algorithm"
depends on CRYPTO
diff -urN -X dontdiff linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/Documentation/crypto/api-intro.txt linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/Documentation/crypto/api-intro.txt
--- linux-2.6.8-rc3.w2/Documentation/crypto/api-intro.txt 2004-08-05 11:28:21.000000000 -0400
+++ linux-2.6.8-rc3.w/Documentation/crypto/api-intro.txt 2004-08-05 13:00:40.000000000 -0400
@@ -215,6 +215,8 @@
Herbert Valerio Riedel
Kyle McMartin
Adam J. Richter
+ Fruhwirth Clemens (i586)
+ Linus Torvalds (i586)

CAST5 algorithm contributors:
Kartikey Mahendra Bhatt (original developers unknown, FSF copyright).
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