Re: High Bandwidth Mixing Cipher Chips
Date: 28 Oct 2005 12:02:53 -0700
> So I repeat that the design is not well suited for hardware
Have you ever taken a cypher, written it in a HDL, programmed a FPGA
and had it working?
yes [ ]
no [ ]
dunno [ ]
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