[Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

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hugbug
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Re: [Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

Post by hugbug » 03 Feb 2014, 08:54

How this link is related to NZBGet?
Please explain your feature request.

daftpunk
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Re: [Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

Post by daftpunk » 03 Feb 2014, 09:35

Ok for example in openvpn https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Are_c ... _supported you can add

engine cryptodev

in your config file and it will use the openssl cryptodev engine.

How can I achieve this in nzbget?

hugbug
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Re: [Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

Post by hugbug » 03 Feb 2014, 10:04

May be by configuring OpenSSL to use the engine? During compiling of OpenSSL or via some config files, I don't know.

Have you compared the speed numbers with RC4? Most likely the software version of RC4 will be faster than a hardware version of another cipher.

daftpunk
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Re: [Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

Post by daftpunk » 03 Feb 2014, 13:50

hugbug wrote:May be by configuring OpenSSL to use the engine? During compiling of OpenSSL or via some config files, I don't know.

Have you compared the speed numbers with RC4? Most likely the software version of RC4 will be faster than a hardware version of another cipher.

Yes the engine shows up and is working when I encrypt/decrypt a file with openssl. But not in nzbget.
RC4? Nah insecure.

yeehaa
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Re: [Feature Request] OpenSSL Engine

Post by yeehaa » 04 Feb 2014, 16:56

for my archlinux machine i had to add that option at nzbget compile

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