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README.md

threefish_512 v0.2

  • changed cipher name to threefish (only 512 keysize implemented still)

  • fixed a possible big-endian bug. I don't have a BE system to test

  • Added tweak operating mode. THIS IS EXPERIMENTAL, my code is based on kernel-hacking guesswork. Seems to be working though :)

tweak mode example: cryptsetup luksFormat test -c threefish-tweak-plain64 -s 512

It's about 7% faster than ctr mode and same speed as ecb, but more secure. threefish doesn't need xts or ctr, as it has built in tweak.

I only use the first 64 bits of the tweak. I don't think cryptsetup provides 128 tweak. But can be easily changed to support it, if there's anything that can use it.

threefish_512 v0.1 features

build it: make

load the module: insmod threefish512.ko

then create a LUKS container with cryptsetup in ECB, CBC and CTR modes
example:
cryptsetup luksFormat test -c threefish-ctr-plain64 -s 512

key size must be 512! I only implemented threefish512 since this seems to be the fastest on x86_64 It's 37% faster than serpent on my core2duo E8400

threefish256 might be faster on 32 bit cpus, but on such system you would probably get more speed out of serpent sse2 implementation

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