EVP_CAMELLIA_128_ECB(3ssl) OpenSSL EVP_CAMELLIA_128_ECB(3ssl)

EVP_camellia_128_cbc, EVP_camellia_192_cbc, EVP_camellia_256_cbc, EVP_camellia_128_cfb, EVP_camellia_192_cfb, EVP_camellia_256_cfb, EVP_camellia_128_cfb1, EVP_camellia_192_cfb1, EVP_camellia_256_cfb1, EVP_camellia_128_cfb8, EVP_camellia_192_cfb8, EVP_camellia_256_cfb8, EVP_camellia_128_cfb128, EVP_camellia_192_cfb128, EVP_camellia_256_cfb128, EVP_camellia_128_ctr, EVP_camellia_192_ctr, EVP_camellia_256_ctr, EVP_camellia_128_ecb, EVP_camellia_192_ecb, EVP_camellia_256_ecb, EVP_camellia_128_ofb, EVP_camellia_192_ofb, EVP_camellia_256_ofb - EVP Camellia cipher

#include <openssl/evp.h>
const EVP_CIPHER *EVP_ciphername(void)

EVP_ciphername is used a placeholder for any of the described cipher functions, such as EVP_camellia_128_cbc.

The Camellia encryption algorithm for EVP.

Camellia for 128, 192 and 256 bit keys in the following modes: CBC, CFB with 128-bit shift, CFB with 1-bit shift, CFB with 8-bit shift, CTR, ECB and OFB.

Developers should be aware of the negative performance implications of calling these functions multiple times and should consider using EVP_CIPHER_fetch(3) with EVP_CIPHER-CAMELLIA(7) instead. See "Performance" in crypto(7) for further information.

These functions return an EVP_CIPHER structure that contains the implementation of the symmetric cipher. See EVP_CIPHER_meth_new(3) for details of the EVP_CIPHER structure.

evp(7), EVP_EncryptInit(3), EVP_CIPHER_meth_new(3)

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2024-06-04 3.3.1