Stitched aes-128 and hmac-sha1 (encrypt-then-mac)

pablo platt pablo.platt at
Fri Nov 1 07:56:57 UTC 2019


Stitching aes-cbc with sha1 can result with x2 performance [1].
Is there support for stitched aes-128-hmac-sha1 encrypt-then-mac? This
issue [2] says that only mac-then-encrypt is supported in OpenSSL.

Does this implement mac-then-encrypt and relevant [3]?
Is it possible to use the same code with just changing the order to achieve
How can I compile the Perl file to be used from a C program?


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