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Intel AES-NI For Full Disk Encryption - PCSTATS.com Intel AES-NI For Full Disk Encryption
Thu, Aug 11 2011 | 7:06AM | Filed under: Audio / Sound| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

"Last week I published benchmark results of using Intel AES-NI for Ubuntu home directory encryption, but the benefits of using this new x86 instruction set found on the latest Intel and AMD (as of today`s Bulldozer launch) processors was minimal for this eCryptfs-based solution. Continuing in the AES-NI investigation under Linux, today are benchmark results when using AES-NI for full-disk encryption with dmcrypt.""

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