Fast elliptic-curve cryptography on the Cell Broadband Engine
N Costigan ,Progress in Cryptology–AFRICACRYPT 2009, 2009 ,Springer
This paper is the first to investigate the power of the Cell Broadband Engine for state-of-the-
art public-key cryptography. We present a high-speed implementation of elliptic-curve Diffie-
Hellman (ECDH) key exchange for this processor, which needs 697080 cycles on one
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Cryptography is the ancient science of encoding messages so that only the sender and receiver can understand them. Cryptography is now available to everyone thanks to the development of modern computers, which can perform more mathematical operations in a second than a human being could do in a lifetime. An ordinary PC can produce codes of such complexity that the most powerful supercomputer using the best available attack algorithms would not break them in a million years. Cryptography is used to secure telephone, Internet, and email communication and to protect software and other digital property.