Geode chip handling encryption?

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  • #41354

    redtdi
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    I have been told that new Geode chips found on PC Engine products can handle the encryption of a VPN in hardware. Is this correct? How do I know if zeroshell is doing this?

    Thanks,
    Ken

    #47268

    imported_fulvio
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    In one of the next releases the encryption engine presents in the Geode processors will be used for VPN purposes. I have already compiled the Kernel module geode-aes.ko in the release 1.0.beta11, but OpenSSL does not use it yet.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47269

    rustypete
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    any updates on this?

    i can see the geode_aes module, but ocf,cryptosoft,cryptodev modules are missing?

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