Intel Secure Key

INTRODUCTION TO INTEL® AES-NI AND INTEL® SECURE KEY INSTRUCTIONS

Starting in 2010 with the Intel® Core™ processor family based on the 32nm Intel® microarchitecture, Intel introduced a set of new AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) instructions. This processor launch brought seven new instructions.
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  • What is Intel(r) Secure Key Technology?

    Introduction:

    Intel Secure Key, was previously code-named Bull Mountain Technology. It is the Intel name for the Intel 64 and IA-32 Architectures instruction RDRAND and its underlying Digital Random Number Generator (DRNG) hardware implementation. Among other things, the DRNG using the RDRAND instruction is useful for generating high-quality keys for cryptographic protocols.

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