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Chao_Y_Intel
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Intel Integrated Performance Primitives Cryptography Library is now available through Open Source!

The Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) Cryptography is a software library that provides a broad range of secure and efficient cryptographic algorithm implementations. With the release of an open source version, Intel aims to break down the adoption barrier for developers interested in implementing the library into their own projects. 

The open source version of the Intel IPP Cryptography library is available at GitHub: : https://github.com/intel/ipp-crypto

While both the commercial and open source versions offer similar functionality and performance improvements, each version may better suit certain needs.

The open source package is for developers who want:

  • Up-to-date bug fixes and improvements
  • Ability to customize the library source code for their own projects
  • Increased security transparency in the cryptography community via access to the source code
  • Greater collaboration and learning opportunities within the open source cryptography community

The commercial package is for developers who want:

  • Private technical support from Intel engineers
  • Prebuilt binary that allows for easier adoption into projects
  • Full testing for stable product release

With direct access to the cryptography library source code and community, developers are encouraged to innovate and contribute to improving the product.

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Yuriy_N_Intel
Employee
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The GitHub link is invalid, here is the correct one: https://github.com/intel/IPP-crypto

Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Thanks, Yury.  Updated the content.

Berry__Johnson
Beginner
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This helps Intel recognize you as a valued customer in the support forum and insures that you will be notified of product updates

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so up till now, only crypto library is open-sourced? 

Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Xiaoping,  only the crypto part is open sourced. 

Thanks,
Chao 

karter__john
Beginner
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NICE
Dave_McCormack
Beginner
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Pity that it requires the Intel compiler to build it. The cmake completes without it but VS2017 complains about various missing headers, primarily intrinsic.h.