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Feature

Algorithm Testing

The CAVP, established in 1995, validates cryptographic algorithms for implementation into cryptographic modules.

Cryptographic algorithm validation through the Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP) is a prerequisite for FIPS 140-2 cryptographic module validation. InfoGard tests all of the following FIPS 140-2 Approved, CAVP testable algorithms:

FIPS Approved Algorithms

Associated Standard(s)

AES

[FIPS 197 and SP 800-38A]

CCM

[SP 800-38C]

CMAC

[SP 800-38B]

XTS-AES mode

[SP 800-38E]

DRBG

[SP 800-90A]

DSA

[FIPS 186-4]

ECDSA and ECDSA Components

[FIPS 186-4]

GCM/GMAC

[SP 800-38D]

HMAC

[FIPS 198-1]

KAS and KAS Components

[SP 800-56A]

KDFs, Existing Application-Specific

[SP 800-135]

KDFs, Pseudorandom Functions

[SP 800-108]

Key Transport Using RSA - Components

[SP 800-56B §7.1.2]

RNG

[FIPS 186-2, ANSI X9.62-1998, ANSI X9.31.1998]

RSA and RSA Components

[FIPS 186-4, ANSI X9.31-1998, PKCS #1 v2.1]

SHA

[FIPS 180-4]

Triple-DES (TDES)

[SP 800-67 and SP 800-38A]

 

Vendors with CAVP validated algorithms are able to demonstrate their algorithms are implemented properly, providing assurance to their customers that their algorithms are NIST Approved.

InfoGard is now UL! For more information on Cryptographic Algorithm Validation, please visit the UL Transaction Security website.