Tue Apr 15 03:04:01 2003
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I've been googling for this with no luck and hoping to get a firm
answer on this.
I'm building a web site for crypto advocacy, and a big chunk of the
tool set I'm working on centers around GnuPG. Because the site is so
crypto-intensive, and I'm working with my own limited out-of-pocket
funds, I'm hoping to push off some of the GnuPG work to a PCI card.
For example, with OpenBSD I can push IPSec and OpenSSH crypto work off
to a Soekris card so the host processor isn't bogged down. Can I do
something like this with GnuPG? Or is my only hope to have a really
really fast host processor(s)?
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