[Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.

Ben Laurie ben at links.org
Wed Mar 19 06:07:35 EDT 2014

On 18 March 2014 23:06,  <tpb-crypto at laposte.net> wrote:
>> Message du 18/03/14 19:43
>> De : "Phillip Hallam-Baker"
>> Now before people start getting hot under the collar, remember that 'the
>> cloud' simply means 'some place I haven't decided yet'. The cloud could be
>> off in an Amazon data center, a Comodo SOC or it might be on a RaPi that
>> you configured yourself using an SD card with a golden distribution of
>> ubuntu having personally checked the hash code with Mark Shuttleworth,
>> Linus Torvald and Rebecca Watson.
> Ok, something more interesting than having a device that does crypto in and crypto out, would be a device we can program to do our crypto on hardware and it would be even better if such device came embedded in a motherboard.
> Anybody knows of a such a motherboard that is a generic computer but comes with an FPGA built in? Not fancy, expensive kits for experimentation, just a motherboard with an FPGA to that interacts with the CPU to have fun. Anybody?


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