Camellia project proposal

Luke Howard lukeh at
Tue Dec 8 16:04:02 EST 2009

> No, meaning we need to take the key usage into account for the  
> checksum
> and the encryption.

We do. However per the NIST document the same (derived) key is used  
for both. See dk/dk_ccm.c.

I guess there is a problem if you attempt to use AES CBC as a  
standalone checksum mechanism. I can fix this...

-- Luke

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