Constructs the coordinates of a point on an elliptic curve based on the X-coordinate.
Gets the size of the scratch buffer.
Computes the square root of an element of the finite field.
Retrieves coordinates of a point on an elliptic curve in the regular domain.
Sets the processor-specific library code for the specified processor features.
Some Intel IPP Cryptography functions use special structures to store function-specific (context) information. For example, the IppsRijndael128Spec structure stores a set of round keys, a set of round inverse keys, and key management information for the Rijndael cipher scheme with the block size equal to 128.
Two different kinds of context structures are used:
Encrypts a variable length data stream in the CTR mode.
Resets the IppsAES_GCMState context for authenticated encryption/decryption of a new message.
Encrypts a variable length data stream according to the TDES algorithm in the OFB mode.
Initializes user-supplied memory as IppsMD5State context for future use.