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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/6] Add Hygon SEV support
On 15/04/19 17:51, Pascal Van Leeuwen wrote:
> I don't know about SM2, but both SM3 and SM4 are already implemented in
> the kernel tree as generic C code and covered by the testmgr.

I stand corrected.

> There also has been quite some analysis done on them (Google is your
> friend) and they are generally considered secure.


> Besides that, they are
> in heavy practical use in mainland China, usually as direct replacements
> for SHA2-256 and AES in whatever protocol or use case you need: IPsec,
> TLS, WPA2, XTS for disk encryption, you name it.

How should that mean anything?

>> Because as far as I know, they could be just as secure as double rot13.
> You could educate yourself first instead of just making assumptions?
I did educate myself a bit, but I'm not an expert in cryptography, so I
would like to be sure that these are not another Speck or DUAL-EC-DRBG.
"SM2 is based on ECC(Elliptic Curve Cryptography), and uses a special
curve" is enough for me to see warning signs, at least without further
explanations, and so does the fact that the initial SM3 values were
changed from SHA-2 and AFAICT there is no public justification for that.


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