Hi, it looks like the opencrypto framework has been ported to NetBSD Thanks to Johathan Stone. It looks like a merge between the OpenBSD code and the FreeBSD code.
For more info check out the email here:
From: Jonathan Stone Subject: Re: FYI: this time, really about to import crypto framework Date: 07/25/2003 14:29:14 So, the bulk of the crypto framework has been committed. The NetBSD opencode started as a naive port of the code by Angelos Keromytis and others at OpenBSD; I then went through the diffs beetween that and Sam Leffer's FreeBSD version line-by-line, merging in Sam's detailed improvements where applicable. There are still a couple of minor open issues (handle userspace requests as uio vs iov?) which no-one has (yet) spoken on. There's one more substantive issue: the FreeBSD opencrypto includes what (at the time) were ``best-of-breed'' crypto implementations. Those are the ones I've tested as part of opencrypto over the last few months, so I also imported the FreeBSD crypto-transform code. Some duplication may have occured (specificallyw ith rijndael and cast128). Obviously, I'd like to resolve that ASAP, but it will require some collaboration with the KAME team and any other users of the extant crypto APIs. The last item (which has been waiting on this import) is to test more extensively on big-endian and strict-alignment machines. Reports either way are encouraged.