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d0k3
Posted on 10-20-15 06:55 AM Link | #524
Browsing around 3Dbrew, I stumbled upon this:
http://3dbrew.org/wiki/SHA_Registers

I'm pretty sure, using these registers to calculate the SHA-256 instead of a SHA-256 software implementation would be much faster, but I'm also careful with the low level stuff.

So, I wonder, is there already some small and working library available for this? Anyone know something?


profi200
Posted on 10-20-15 07:05 AM Link | #525
https://github.com/mid-kid/CakesForeveryWan/blob/master/source/crypto.c#L265

No access from ARM11 usrland. This uses the SHA directly.

d0k3
Posted on 10-20-15 06:01 PM Link | #527
Posted by profi200
https://github.com/mid-kid/CakesForeveryWan/blob/master/source/crypto.c#L265

No access from ARM11 usrland. This uses the SHA directly.

Already coded my own routines based on that and working :). Thank you, again!


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