ECCelerate™

ECCelerate™ 6.02

The IAIK ECCelerate™ library for the Java™ platform is based on Java 6 technology and offers easy to use elliptic curve cryptography protocols, like ECDSA, ECDH, ECIES and ECMQV (optional), compliant with current standards. As of version 3.0, it also provides support for asymmetric bilinear pairings using Barreto-Naehrig curves. Since version 5.0, ECCelerate™ supports EdDSA and DH based on X25519 and X448. ECCelerate™ is an add-on to the IAIK JCE provider (of version 5.51 or higher), which you have to download and install separately.

Main Features

  • Written entirely in the Java™ language
  • Compliant with ANSI X9.62-2005 (and legacy support for ANSI X9.62-1998), ANSI X9.63, IEEE P1363a, FIPS 186-4, SEC1 v2.0, SEC2 v2.0, RFC 5639 and ANSSI
  • ECDSA with SHA-1/SHA-2 support according to ANSI X9.62-2005 and BSI TR 03111 v1.11
  • RFC6979 support for ECDSA
  • EdDSA width Curve25519 and Curve448
  • Fast finite field arithmetic in prime fields
  • Fast finite field arithmetic in binary fields. In binary fields we only use polynomial base representation. This is mainly because of the patent situation, but there is no reason to use Gaussian normal bases.
  • Support for elliptic curve arithmetic with affine and several types of projective coordinates (Extended Jacobian, Jacobian, Lopez-Dahab, …)
  • Comprehensive domain parameter factory (see list of supported parameters)
  • JCE/JCA integration of ECDSA, ECDH (with and without cofactor multiplication, also for X25519/X448), ECIES, EdDSA and ECMQV (optional)
  • ASN.1 encoding of signatures, public and private keys
  • Support for point compression
  • Provides interfaces to IAIK-CMS and IAIK iSaSiLk libraries
  • Optional arithmetic speed-ups enhance performance (Koblitz curves, various optimized scalar multipliers, …). These are delivered with the add-on due to the vague patent situation.
  • Optional (basic) protection against (remote) timing side-channels
  • Asymmetric pairing (optimal Ate pairing) over Barreto-Naehrig curves (ranging from 160-bit to 638-bit curves)

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The following tables list all pre-defined ECC domain parameters. Use the iaik.security.ec.common.ECStandardizedParameterFactory methods to make use of them. You can either provide the curve name (getParametersByName(name) method), use the object identifier (getParametersByOID(oid) method) or select domain parameters by the key length (getParametersByBitLength(bits) method). Some of the curves have more than one name. In this case you can specify any you like.

Supported ECC Domain Parameter for Elliptic Curves over Prime Fields

This is the recommended field type and more efficient in software. The NIST curves are being used if you initialize the keypair generator just with the keysize.

key length OID X9.62 NIST SEC2 RFC 5639 ANSSI
160 1.3.132.0.9 secp160k1
160 1.3.132.0.8 P-160 secp160r1
160 1.3.132.0.30 secp160r2
160 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.1 brainpoolP160r1
160 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.2 brainpoolP160t1
192 1.2.840.10045.3.1.1 prime192v1 P-192 secp192r1
192 1.3.132.0.31 secp192k1
192 1.2.840.10045.3.1.2 prime192v2
192 1.2.840.10045.3.1.3 prime192v3
192 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.3 brainpoolP192r1
192 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.4 brainpoolP192t1
224 1.3.132.0.33 P-224 secp224r1
224 1.3.132.0.32 secp224k1
224 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.5 brainpoolP224r1
224 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.6 brainpoolP224t1
256 1.2.840.10045.3.1.7 prime256v1 P-256 secp256r1
256 1.3.132.0.10 secp256k1
256 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.7 brainpoolP256r1
256 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.8 brainpoolP256t1
256 1.2.250.1.223.101.256.1 FRP256v1
320 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.9 brainpoolP320r1
320 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.10 brainpoolP320t1
384 1.3.132.0.34 P-384 secp384r1
384 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.11 brainpoolP384r1
384 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.12 brainpoolP384t1
512 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.13 brainpoolP512r1
512 1.3.36.3.3.2.8.1.1.14 brainpoolP512t1
521 1.3.132.0.35 P-521 secp521r1

Supported ECC Domain Parameter for Elliptic Curves over Binary Fields

We only support polynomial base representation of this field type.

key length OID X9.62 NIST SEC2
163 1.3.132.0.1 K-163 sect163k1
163 1.3.132.0.15 B-163 sect163r2
163 1.3.132.0.2 sect163r1
191 1.2.840.10045.3.0.5 c2tnb191v1
191 1.2.840.10045.3.0.6 c2tnb191v2
191 1.2.840.10045.3.0.7 c2tnb191v3
193 1.3.132.0.24 sect193r1
193 1.3.132.0.25 sect193r2
233 1.3.132.0.26 K-233 sect233k1
233 1.3.132.0.27 B-233 sect233r1
239 1.3.132.0.3 sect239k1
239 1.2.840.10045.3.0.11 c2tnb239v1
239 1.2.840.10045.3.0.12 c2tnb239v2
239 1.2.840.10045.3.0.13 c2tnb239v3
359 1.2.840.10045.3.0.18 c2tnb359v1
409 1.3.132.0.36 K-409 sect409k1
409 1.3.132.0.37 B-409 sect409r1
431 1.2.840.10045.3.0.20 c2tnb431r1
571 1.3.132.0.38 K-571 sect571k1
571 1.3.132.0.39 B-571 sect571r1

Supported twisted Edward curve domain parameters

ECCElerate™ supports twisted Edward curves via
iaik.security.ec.ec.EdStandardizedParameterFactory. You can either provide the curve name (
getParametersByName(name) method) or the object identifier (
getParametersByOID(oid) method). The instances named starting with
Curve are for use in the context of X25519 and X448. The instances named starting with
Edwards are for use in the context of EdDSA.

Name OID
Curve25519 1.3.101.110
Curve448 1.3.101.111
Edwards25519 1.3.101.112
Edwards448 1.3.101.113

NIST SP-800-57a Part1 Document

 Bits of Security  Example Algorithm  Prime Field ||p|| *  Binary Field m
 112  Triple-DES  224  233
 128  AES-128  256  283
 192  AES-192  384  409
 256  AES-256  521  571

*) by ||p|| is meant the length of the binary expansion of the integer p.

The ECCelerate™ Add-On holds algorithms that are (assumed to be) subject to patent claims. In case you want to employ our arithmetical optimizations to gain full performance, you must include iaik_eccelerate_addon.jar into your classpath.

There have been many patents granted and applied for in the field of ECC. This means that this implementation may contain an implementation of an algorithm that is IPR-protected in some country. At this time we are not aware of a specific case, some arithmetical speedups (included in the separate iaik_eccelerate_addon.jar file). If anybody identifies a case of potential patent infringement, we would be grateful if you could inform us about this to enable us dealing with the issue.

The subsequent charts show the performance improvements of ECCelerate™ with regard to our old IAIK-ECC library. In case of ECCelerate™ the default optimization level was used.

The performance was measured on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 CPU @ 3.60GHz, 16GB DDR3 RAM running Ubuntu Linux 15.04/amd64 and JDK 1.7.0_80/amd64 in server mode.

ECDSA Signing Operations/s using NIST Curves over Fp:

eccelerate_fp_sign

ECDSA Verify Operations/s using NIST Curves over Fp:

eccelerate_fp_verify

ECDSA Signing Operations/s using NIST Curves over F2m:

 

eccelerate_f2m_sign

ECDSA Verify Operations/s using NIST Curves over F2m:

eccelerate_f2m_verify

 

For an introduction to the IAIK ECCelerate™ library please have a look at the following Tutorial

The JavaDoc™ API is also available online.

IAIK ECCelerate™ 6.02 – 12. June 2020
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.common.ECParameters C

Method getParameterSpec() returns an ECGenPameterSpec with the OID String (if the name is not set) since JSSE expects that an ECGenPameterSpec with the OID String is returned when calling ECParameters.getParameterSpec(ECGenParameterSpec.class); otherwise the handshake may fail (JDK 11.0.7) or ecdsa_sha1 may be used instead of ecdsa_secp256r1_sha256, ecdsa_secp384r1_sha384 or ecdsa_secp521r1_sha512

IAIK ECCelerate™ 6.01 – 3. September 2019
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.common.* C

Switch for ECPoint so that all functions work in-place if set to true

iaik.security.curve.ECPoint NF

ExtensionFieldElement added exponentiateOutOfPlace function

iaik.security.ec.math.field.* B

Restored backwards compatibility

IAIK ECCelerate™ 6.0 – 4. July 2019
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.common.* C

Rework curve parameter storage for better maintainability.

iaik.security.curve.ECPoint B

Ensure that multiplyPoint always works in-place as documented.

iaik.security.ec.math.field.* B

Ensure that exponentiate always works in-place as documented.

IAIK ECCelerate™ 5.01 – 30. January 2019
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.provider.ECCelerate C

Set default point encoding to uncompressed. Some standards and RFC (e.g. RFC5480) require only support for uncompressed points. Changing the default back to uncompressed points increases the interoperability with libraries not supporting optional point compression. Point compressesions can be enabled using ECCelerate.enablePointCompression(true);

iaik.security.ec.eddsa.* B

Correctly handle ByteBuffers without underlying arrays.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* B

Fix multi-threaded evaluation of pairings involving shared instances of points.

iaik.security.ec.* B

Fix instantiation of the ECCelerate provider and Pairing instances in a multi-threaded environment.

IAIK ECCelerate™ 5.0 – 12. July 2018
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.eddsa NF

Add support for EdDSA using curves Ed25519 and Ed448 (RFC8032). Since some proposed RFCs are not finalized at the time of the release, we consider the current implementation as experimental. Please note that OneAsymmetricKey-encoded private keys containing the corresponding public key are only supported if IAIK JCE 5.52 or newer is used. Some interfaces might change in the future, so we recommend to follow the examples in the tutorial to be unaffected by future changes in the interface.

iaik.security.ec.ecdh NF

Add support for X25519 and X448. We note that comments regarding EdDSA support also apply here.

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa NF

Add support for deterministic signing (RFC6979).

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.Pairing NF

Add method to evaluate pairing products more efficiently.

* B

Fix Specification-Version of JAR files.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.BarretoNaehrigSWHasher B

Fix hashToPoint() producing points outside the group for some Barreto-Naehrig curves.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.Comb*ScalarMultiplier B

Fix incorrect points returned for large scalars when using the Comb scalar multipliers.

* C

Since EdDSA and X25519/X448 require features from newer IAIK JCE versions, ECCelerate now depends on IAIK JCE 5.51 or later.

IAIK ECCelerate – 19. July 2017
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

JAR files are now signed with old (for supporting old DSA JCE Root CA) and new (for supporting new RSA JCE Root CA) IAIK-JCE provider certificates. The new certificate provides a stronger protection (SHA256withRSA) than the old one (SHA1withDSA). The new JCE Root CA is effective for Java versions 8u121, 7u131, 6u141 upwards. To support other (former) Java versions the JAR files must be signed with the old provider certificate, too.

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa.* B

Fix regression when verifying multiple signatures in parallel.

iaik.security.ec.math.field.* B

Fix regression when exponentiating with an int larger than 63.

iaik.security.ec.math.field.BinaryField B

Fix encoding of pentanonimals when explicitly encoding curve parameters.

iaik.security.ec.common.EllipticCurve B

Fix cofactor check to use the correct security level.

iaik.security.ec.math.* NF

Improve loading of addon algorithms and data.

* NF

Improve test coverage of serialization and deserialization functions.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 23. March 2017
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* NF

Add support for curves from FIDO ECDAA Draft 02 February 2017.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* C

Throw an exception on unknown named Barreto-Naehrig curves.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.WNAFMultiplier B

Performance improvements in binary curve implementations.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.Coordinate B

Set visibility back to public.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* B

Fix instantiation of curves and extension fields in Barreto-Naehrig curve factories. As a side-effect, this change reduces memory consumption when using pairings.

IAIK ECCelerate™ Release - – 13. October 2016
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.ecdsa.* NF

Added support for SHA-3 variants of ECDSA (requires IAIK JCE version 5.3 or later).

iaik.security.ec.math.* NF

Tremendous performance improvements in prime field implementations.

iaik.security.ec.math.* NF

Tremendous performance improvements due to switch to fixed size multi-precision integer implementation.

iaik.security.ec.math.* NF

Performance improvements in binary curve implementations.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* NF

Improvements in scalar multipliers.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* NF

Added support for ISO_P512, DSD_P256, TPM_ECC_BN_P256 and TPM_ECC_BN_P512 curves.

* NF

Added support for basic side-channel protection.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* NF

Added speed-ups for SECP-exclusive (i.e., secp*k1) prime curves to addon.

* NF

Added more curve parameters (for legacy support from older standards).

* C

Now requires Java 6 or newer.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.* C

Moved some speed-ups (that is, fixed-base comb multipliers) to the base package since the patent expired.

* B

Bug fixes in ECMQV, ECIES and ECDH.

* B

Minor bug fixes.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 8. August 2016
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.curve. AtePairingOverBarretoNaehrigCurveFactory NF

Allow one to specify more custom parameters.

iaik.security.ec.ecies.ECIES NF

Provide implementation of engineGetKeySize.

iaik.cms.ecc.ECCelerateProvider B

Fix shared key generation for ecka_eg_X963KDF_SHA384/512.

iaik.security.ec.math.field.PrimeField B

Fix computation of buffer lengths.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 5. November 2015
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.common.ECStandardizedParameterFactory B

Fixed possible NullPointerException with JDK8

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 22. July 2015
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

Added support for asymmetric pairings over Barreto-Naehrig curves:

  • Type-2 and Type-3 pairings.
  • Support for 160-bit to 638-bit Barreto-Naehrig curves.
  • Constant-time hashing to both curve groups.
* C

Up to ~24% performance improvements for NIST prime curves

* C

Up to ~15% performance improvements for binary curves

* C

Drastically reduced overall memory consumption

* C

Set default point encoding to COMPRESSED

* B

Fixed compatiblity issues with JDK8 (which requests curves via OIDs)

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 11. November 2014
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.ecdh.ECDHKeyAgreement, iaik.security.ec.ecdh.ECDHWithCofactorKeyAgreement, iaik.security.ec.ecmqv.ECMQVKeyAgreement NF

engineGenerateSecret: recognizes algorithm “TLSPremasterSecret” as used by JSSE 1.6

iaik.security.ec.common.EllipticCurve NF

Added more methods for curve arithmetic in wrapper class

iaik.security.ec.common.ECPrivateKey B

Fixed problem with RFC 5915 compliance

iaik.security.ec.ecdh.ECDHKeyAgreement, iaik.security.ec.ecdh.ECDHWithCofactorKeyAgreement, iaik.security.ec.ecmqv.ECMQVKeyAgreement B

Fixed length of encoding in last phase

* B

Further bugfixes

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 31. July 2014
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

Point compression now also available in non-addon version!

* C

High overall performance improvements (up to 15%)!

* C

Reduced memory consumption!

* C

Tremendous performance improvements for ECCelerate w/o addon: Up to 3.7x in case of NIST binary curves and up to 3.2x in case of NIST prime curves!

* C

Tremendous performance improvements for secp160k1, secp160r1, secp160r2, secp192k1, secp224k1 and secp256k1 curves!

* C

Performance improvements for the Brainpool curves!

* B

Several bugfixes related to binary Koblitz curves and non-default optimization levels (Addon)

iaik.security.ec.ecies B

Fixed bug in ECIES implementation related to HMAC/SHA, XOR modes

* B

Javadoc corrections

iaik.security.cms.ECCelerateProvider NF

Support for BSI TR-03109

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 16. April 2014
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.cms.ecc C

ECCelerateProvider no longer final.

iaik.security.ssl C

ECCelerateProvider no longer final.

iaik.security.ec.math.field B

Fixed rarely occurring bug in arithmetical subroutine.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 28. March 2014
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

Slight performance improvements.

* C

Reduced memory consumption in some situations.

* B

Minor bugfixes.

* B

Some Javadoc corrections.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve NF

Support for multiple simultaneous scalar multiplications.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 6. December 2013
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

FIPS 186-4 compliance.

* NF, C

jar files signed with new JCE code signing certificate.

* NF

additional signed jar files with the Trusted-Library attribute.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 28. May 2013
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

Added curve FRP256v1.

* C

Lots of (minor) performance improvements.

* B

Some small bugfixes.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 13. December 2012
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

ECMQV protocol implemented (addon only).

* NF

ECIES protocol implemented.

* NF

Fast Koblitz curve implementations (addon only).

* NF

(Re)included P-160, secp160k1, secp160r2 curves.

* C

Tremendous performance improvements for secp*k1 curves.

* C

Check for SP800-57 recommended parameters no longer turned on by default. Furthermore, the FIPS-186 PRNGs are now being used by default for key generation.

* C

Tremendously improved performance of some prime field implementations (Brainpool and P-256, P-512 if addon not enabled)

* C

Lots of minor performance improvements, slightly reduced memory footprint and some minor bugfixes.

iaik.security.ec.math.curve.ECPoint B

In some cases equals() returned incorrect results.

iaik.security.ec.ecdh C

Moved types KDFParameterSpec, KeyDerivationFunction, X963ASN1SharedInfo, X963KDFParameterSpec, and X963KeyDerivationFunction to package iaik.security.ec.common

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 7. August 2012
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

Optimization levels now affect the whole library, not only addon-related algorithms.

* B

Minor bugfixes and javadoc corrections.

* C

Tremendous performance improvements for prime SECG curves (up to 79%).

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa C

Up to 10% better performance for prime curve ECDSA (regardless of addon).

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa C

Non-addon version: up to 88% better performance for prime curve ECDSA.

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa C

Non-addon version: removed concurrent ECDSA signature verifications, due to performance penalties because of synchronization.

iaik.security.ec.common.ECKeyPairGenerator B

Fixed detection of invalid inputs to newElement().

IAIK ECCelerate™ –
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.security.ec.math.field.PrimeField B

Fixed detection of invalid inputs to newElement().

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 14. December 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

Introduced performance profiles that allow the user to set the memory/computation time tradeoff for ECDSA signature generations using the addon

* C

Using the default performance profile, ECDSA signature generation is 50% faster compared to version v1.03

* C

Performance improvements of scalar multipliers using precomputations shipped with the addon

* C

Small performance improvements of WNAF scalar multiplier

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa.* C

Small performance improvements of ECDSA verifications

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 21. September 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

Improved overall performance by 5-10%

* C

Added trademark

iaik.security.ec.math.field B

Removed carry-propagation bug in multiprecision integer addition routine

iaik.security.ec.math.curve C

Corrected misspelling: renamed EllipticCurve.constainsPoint() to EllipticCurve.containsPoint()

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 8. August 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* B

Fixed severe performance problems, which only occur in 32-bit Windows JVM, due to bad clone() performance

* B

Fixed problems with obfuscator that led to truncated throws declarations

* B

Fixed potential NullPointerException() thrown in some equals() implementations

demo.ECCelerateAddonDemo NF

Added demo to illustrate addon registration process

iaik.security.ec.common.EllipticCurve C

ECStandardizedParameterFactory now sets the curve’s generator in method getParamSpec()

iaik.security.ec.ecdsa.* C

On verify the security strength of involved algorithms and parameters is no longer checked

iaik.security.ec.provider.ECCelerate NF

Added new methods: enforceSP80057Recommendations() and areSP80057RecommendationsEnforced(). enforceSP80057Recommendations() allows the user to disable the security strength checks recommended by NIST SP800-57 for algorithms and parameters used in combination with ECDSA. Note that these checks are enabled by default

iaik.security.ec.common.EllipticCurve B

Fixed byte[] to BigInteger conversion problem in decode()

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 7. July 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* B

Improved overall code robustness

iaik.ec.math.field.BinaryField C

Type of CHARACTERISTIC_TWO_*_OID members changed from String to ObjectID

iaik.ec.math.field.BinaryField B

Bug removed, where CHARACTERISTIC_TWO_GN_BASIS_OID was passed as String to the encoding routine and not as ObjectID

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 1. June 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
iaik.ec.ecdsa.* C

Improved ECDSA verify performance

iaik.ec.math.field B

Bugfix in reduction routine of prime Field Fp521 in addon

iaik.ec.common.ECKeyFactory B

ECKeyFactory can now deal with java.security.spec.EC*KeySpec

iaik.ec.common.ECParameterSpec B

ECParameterSpec.getParameterSpec(params) no longer loses the OID, if params is instance of IAIK ECParameterSpec

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 2. May 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* C

Overall performance improvements (up to 20%) due to simplified handling of precomputations.

* B

Added comprehensive parameter checks.

* C

The addon is now loaded automatically, if the file iaik_eccelerate_addon.jar is located in the same directory as iaik_eccelerate.jar.

iaik.security.ec.common.ECKeyFactory C

ECKeyFactory can now deal with all kinds of encoded EC keys.

iaik.security.ec.common.ecdh.* B

Fixed missing precomputations.

iaik.security.ec.common.ecdsa.* B

Fixed missing precomputations.

iaik.security.ec.math.ec C

Renamed package to iaik.security.ec.common.math.curve

iaik.security.ec.provider.ECProvider C

Added more algorithm aliases.

iaik.security.ec.common.ECParameterSpec B

Fixed bug that prevented ECParameterSpec.decode(ASN1Object) from decoding OIDs.

iaik.security.ec.common.SecurityStrength B

Previously, SecurityStrength only recognized SPI-based SecureRandoms.

iaik.security.ec.provider.ECProvider C

Renamed class to ECCelerate.

iaik.security.ssl.IAIKECProvider C

Renamed class to ECCelerateProvider.

iaik.cms.ecc.IAIKECProvider C

Renamed class to ECCelerateProvider.

IAIK ECCelerate™ – 15. April 2011
Class or Package Bug / Change / New Feature Description and Examples
* NF

First release of the new IAIK ECCelerate crypto library

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