The new Automated Cryptographic Validation Protocol is the successor to the two decade old CAVP system from NIST. The ACVP system is intended to alleviate the manual steps of the older process, creating a more efficient and effective method for cryptographic algorithm testing and validation. The project started in 2016 and is currently executing the final Phase 4 objectives. More information from NIST’s website about the ACVP project can be found here:
When completed, ACVP will be required for FIPS 140 compliance. wolfSSL is ready, and has already begun submitting algorithms to the NIST Demo server using the wolfACVP client library. Those results can be viewed here.
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