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#! /usr/bin/env perl
# Copyright 2011-2018 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License 2.0 (the "License"). You may not use
# this file except in compliance with the License. You can obtain a copy
# in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
# https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
# ====================================================================
# Written by Andy Polyakov <appro@openssl.org> for the OpenSSL
# project. The module is, however, dual licensed under OpenSSL and
# CRYPTOGAMS licenses depending on where you obtain it. For further
# details see http://www.openssl.org/~appro/cryptogams/.
# ====================================================================
# September 2011
#
# Assembler helpers for Padlock engine. Compared to original engine
# version relying on inline assembler and compiled with gcc 3.4.6 it
# was measured to provide ~100% improvement on misaligned data in ECB
# mode and ~75% in CBC mode. For aligned data improvement can be
# observed for short inputs only, e.g. 45% for 64-byte messages in
# ECB mode, 20% in CBC. Difference in performance for aligned vs.
# misaligned data depends on misalignment and is either ~1.8x or 2.9x.
# These are approximately same factors as for hardware support, so
# there is little reason to rely on the latter. On the contrary, it
# might actually hurt performance in mixture of aligned and misaligned
# buffers, because a) if you choose to flip 'align' flag in control
# word on per-buffer basis, then you'd have to reload key context,
# which incurs penalty; b) if you choose to set 'align' flag
# permanently, it limits performance even for aligned data to ~1/2.
# All above mentioned results were collected on 1.5GHz C7. Nano on the
# other hand handles unaligned data more gracefully. Depending on
# algorithm and how unaligned data is, hardware can be up to 70% more
# efficient than below software alignment procedures, nor does 'align'
# flag have affect on aligned performance [if has any meaning at all].
# Therefore suggestion is to unconditionally set 'align' flag on Nano
# for optimal performance.
$0 =~ m/(.*[\/\\])[^\/\\]+$/; $dir=$1;
push(@INC,"${dir}","${dir}../../crypto/perlasm");
require "x86asm.pl";
$output=pop and open STDOUT,">$output";
&asm_init($ARGV[0]);
%PADLOCK_PREFETCH=(ecb=>128, cbc=>64); # prefetch errata
$PADLOCK_CHUNK=512; # Must be a power of 2 larger than 16
$ctx="edx";
$out="edi";
$inp="esi";
$len="ecx";
$chunk="ebx";
&function_begin_B("padlock_capability");
&push ("ebx");
&pushf ();
&pop ("eax");
&mov ("ecx","eax");
&xor ("eax",1<<21);
&push ("eax");
&popf ();
&pushf ();
&pop ("eax");
&xor ("ecx","eax");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&bt ("ecx",21);
&jnc (&label("noluck"));
&cpuid ();
&xor ("eax","eax");
&cmp ("ebx","0x".unpack("H*",'tneC'));
&jne (&label("zhaoxin"));
&cmp ("edx","0x".unpack("H*",'Hrua'));
&jne (&label("noluck"));
&cmp ("ecx","0x".unpack("H*",'slua'));
&jne (&label("noluck"));
&jmp (&label("zhaoxinEnd"));
&set_label("zhaoxin");
&cmp ("ebx","0x".unpack("H*",'hS '));
&jne (&label("noluck"));
&cmp ("edx","0x".unpack("H*",'hgna'));
&jne (&label("noluck"));
&cmp ("ecx","0x".unpack("H*",' ia'));
&jne (&label("noluck"));
&set_label("zhaoxinEnd");
&mov ("eax",0xC0000000);
&cpuid ();
&mov ("edx","eax");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&cmp ("edx",0xC0000001);
&jb (&label("noluck"));
&mov ("eax",1);
&cpuid ();
&or ("eax",0x0f);
&xor ("ebx","ebx");
&and ("eax",0x0fff);
&cmp ("eax",0x06ff); # check for Nano
&sete ("bl");
&mov ("eax",0xC0000001);
&push ("ebx");
&cpuid ();
&pop ("ebx");
&mov ("eax","edx");
&shl ("ebx",4); # bit#4 denotes Nano
&and ("eax",0xffffffef);
&or ("eax","ebx")
&set_label("noluck");
&pop ("ebx");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_capability")
&function_begin_B("padlock_key_bswap");
&mov ("edx",&wparam(0));
&mov ("ecx",&DWP(240,"edx"));
&set_label("bswap_loop");
&mov ("eax",&DWP(0,"edx"));
&bswap ("eax");
&mov (&DWP(0,"edx"),"eax");
&lea ("edx",&DWP(4,"edx"));
&sub ("ecx",1);
&jnz (&label("bswap_loop"));
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_key_bswap");
# This is heuristic key context tracing. At first one
# believes that one should use atomic swap instructions,
# but it's not actually necessary. Point is that if
# padlock_saved_context was changed by another thread
# after we've read it and before we compare it with ctx,
# our key *shall* be reloaded upon thread context switch
# and we are therefore set in either case...
&static_label("padlock_saved_context");
&function_begin_B("padlock_verify_context");
&mov ($ctx,&wparam(0));
&lea ("eax",($::win32 or $::coff) ? &DWP(&label("padlock_saved_context")) :
&DWP(&label("padlock_saved_context")."-".&label("verify_pic_point")));
&pushf ();
&call ("_padlock_verify_ctx");
&set_label("verify_pic_point");
&lea ("esp",&DWP(4,"esp"));
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_verify_context");
&function_begin_B("_padlock_verify_ctx");
&add ("eax",&DWP(0,"esp")) if(!($::win32 or $::coff));# &padlock_saved_context
&bt (&DWP(4,"esp"),30); # eflags
&jnc (&label("verified"));
&cmp ($ctx,&DWP(0,"eax"));
&je (&label("verified"));
&pushf ();
&popf ();
&set_label("verified");
&mov (&DWP(0,"eax"),$ctx);
&ret ();
&function_end_B("_padlock_verify_ctx");
&function_begin_B("padlock_reload_key");
&pushf ();
&popf ();
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_reload_key");
&function_begin_B("padlock_aes_block");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&push ("ebx");
&mov ($out,&wparam(0)); # must be 16-byte aligned
&mov ($inp,&wparam(1)); # must be 16-byte aligned
&mov ($ctx,&wparam(2));
&mov ($len,1);
&lea ("ebx",&DWP(32,$ctx)); # key
&lea ($ctx,&DWP(16,$ctx)); # control word
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa7,0xc8); # rep xcryptecb
&pop ("ebx");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_aes_block");
sub generate_mode {
my ($mode,$opcode) = @_;
# int padlock_$mode_encrypt(void *out, const void *inp,
# struct padlock_cipher_data *ctx, size_t len);
&function_begin("padlock_${mode}_encrypt");
&mov ($out,&wparam(0));
&mov ($inp,&wparam(1));
&mov ($ctx,&wparam(2));
&mov ($len,&wparam(3));
&test ($ctx,15);
&jnz (&label("${mode}_abort"));
&test ($len,15);
&jnz (&label("${mode}_abort"));
&lea ("eax",($::win32 or $::coff) ? &DWP(&label("padlock_saved_context")) :
&DWP(&label("padlock_saved_context")."-".&label("${mode}_pic_point")));
&pushf ();
&cld ();
&call ("_padlock_verify_ctx");
&set_label("${mode}_pic_point");
&lea ($ctx,&DWP(16,$ctx)); # control word
&xor ("eax","eax");
if ($mode eq "ctr32") {
&movq ("mm0",&QWP(-16,$ctx)); # load [upper part of] counter
} else {
&xor ("ebx","ebx");
&test (&DWP(0,$ctx),1<<5); # align bit in control word
&jnz (&label("${mode}_aligned"));
&test ($out,0x0f);
&setz ("al"); # !out_misaligned
&test ($inp,0x0f);
&setz ("bl"); # !inp_misaligned
&test ("eax","ebx");
&jnz (&label("${mode}_aligned"));
&neg ("eax");
}
&mov ($chunk,$PADLOCK_CHUNK);
&not ("eax"); # out_misaligned?-1:0
&lea ("ebp",&DWP(-24,"esp"));
&cmp ($len,$chunk);
&cmovc ($chunk,$len); # chunk=len>PADLOCK_CHUNK?PADLOCK_CHUNK:len
&and ("eax",$chunk); # out_misaligned?chunk:0
&mov ($chunk,$len);
&neg ("eax");
&and ($chunk,$PADLOCK_CHUNK-1); # chunk=len%PADLOCK_CHUNK
&lea ("esp",&DWP(0,"eax","ebp")); # alloca
&mov ("eax",$PADLOCK_CHUNK);
&cmovz ($chunk,"eax"); # chunk=chunk?:PADLOCK_CHUNK
&mov ("eax","ebp");
&and ("ebp",-16);
&and ("esp",-16);
&mov (&DWP(16,"ebp"),"eax");
if ($PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode}) {
&cmp ($len,$chunk);
&ja (&label("${mode}_loop"));
&mov ("eax",$inp); # check if prefetch crosses page
&cmp ("ebp","esp");
&cmove ("eax",$out);
&add ("eax",$len);
&neg ("eax");
&and ("eax",0xfff); # distance to page boundary
&cmp ("eax",$PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode});
&mov ("eax",-$PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode});
&cmovae ("eax",$chunk); # mask=distance<prefetch?-prefetch:-1
&and ($chunk,"eax");
&jz (&label("${mode}_unaligned_tail"));
}
&jmp (&label("${mode}_loop"));
&set_label("${mode}_loop",16);
&mov (&DWP(0,"ebp"),$out); # save parameters
&mov (&DWP(4,"ebp"),$inp);
&mov (&DWP(8,"ebp"),$len);
&mov ($len,$chunk);
&mov (&DWP(12,"ebp"),$chunk); # chunk
if ($mode eq "ctr32") {
&mov ("ecx",&DWP(-4,$ctx));
&xor ($out,$out);
&mov ("eax",&DWP(-8,$ctx)); # borrow $len
&set_label("${mode}_prepare");
&mov (&DWP(12,"esp",$out),"ecx");
&bswap ("ecx");
&movq (&QWP(0,"esp",$out),"mm0");
&inc ("ecx");
&mov (&DWP(8,"esp",$out),"eax");
&bswap ("ecx");
&lea ($out,&DWP(16,$out));
&cmp ($out,$chunk);
&jb (&label("${mode}_prepare"));
&mov (&DWP(-4,$ctx),"ecx");
&lea ($inp,&DWP(0,"esp"));
&lea ($out,&DWP(0,"esp"));
&mov ($len,$chunk);
} else {
&test ($out,0x0f); # out_misaligned
&cmovnz ($out,"esp");
&test ($inp,0x0f); # inp_misaligned
&jz (&label("${mode}_inp_aligned"));
&shr ($len,2);
&data_byte(0xf3,0xa5); # rep movsl
&sub ($out,$chunk);
&mov ($len,$chunk);
&mov ($inp,$out);
&set_label("${mode}_inp_aligned");
}
&lea ("eax",&DWP(-16,$ctx)); # ivp
&lea ("ebx",&DWP(16,$ctx)); # key
&shr ($len,4); # len/=AES_BLOCK_SIZE
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa7,$opcode); # rep xcrypt*
if ($mode !~ /ecb|ctr/) {
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"eax"));
&movaps (&QWP(-16,$ctx),"xmm0"); # copy [or refresh] iv
}
&mov ($out,&DWP(0,"ebp")); # restore parameters
&mov ($chunk,&DWP(12,"ebp"));
if ($mode eq "ctr32") {
&mov ($inp,&DWP(4,"ebp"));
&xor ($len,$len);
&set_label("${mode}_xor");
&movups ("xmm1",&QWP(0,$inp,$len));
&lea ($len,&DWP(16,$len));
&pxor ("xmm1",&QWP(-16,"esp",$len));
&movups (&QWP(-16,$out,$len),"xmm1");
&cmp ($len,$chunk);
&jb (&label("${mode}_xor"));
} else {
&test ($out,0x0f);
&jz (&label("${mode}_out_aligned"));
&mov ($len,$chunk);
&lea ($inp,&DWP(0,"esp"));
&shr ($len,2);
&data_byte(0xf3,0xa5); # rep movsl
&sub ($out,$chunk);
&set_label("${mode}_out_aligned");
&mov ($inp,&DWP(4,"ebp"));
}
&mov ($len,&DWP(8,"ebp"));
&add ($out,$chunk);
&add ($inp,$chunk);
&sub ($len,$chunk);
&mov ($chunk,$PADLOCK_CHUNK);
if (!$PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode}) {
&jnz (&label("${mode}_loop"));
} else {
&jz (&label("${mode}_break"));
&cmp ($len,$chunk);
&jae (&label("${mode}_loop"));
&set_label("${mode}_unaligned_tail");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&cmp ("esp","ebp");
&cmove ("eax",$len);
&sub ("esp","eax"); # alloca
&mov ("eax", $out); # save parameters
&mov ($chunk,$len);
&shr ($len,2);
&lea ($out,&DWP(0,"esp"));
&data_byte(0xf3,0xa5); # rep movsl
&mov ($inp,"esp");
&mov ($out,"eax"); # restore parameters
&mov ($len,$chunk);
&jmp (&label("${mode}_loop"));
&set_label("${mode}_break",16);
}
if ($mode ne "ctr32") {
&cmp ("esp","ebp");
&je (&label("${mode}_done"));
}
&pxor ("xmm0","xmm0");
&lea ("eax",&DWP(0,"esp"));
&set_label("${mode}_bzero");
&movaps (&QWP(0,"eax"),"xmm0");
&lea ("eax",&DWP(16,"eax"));
&cmp ("ebp","eax");
&ja (&label("${mode}_bzero"));
&set_label("${mode}_done");
&mov ("ebp",&DWP(16,"ebp"));
&lea ("esp",&DWP(24,"ebp"));
if ($mode ne "ctr32") {
&jmp (&label("${mode}_exit"));
&set_label("${mode}_aligned",16);
if ($PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode}) {
&lea ("ebp",&DWP(0,$inp,$len));
&neg ("ebp");
&and ("ebp",0xfff); # distance to page boundary
&xor ("eax","eax");
&cmp ("ebp",$PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode});
&mov ("ebp",$PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode}-1);
&cmovae ("ebp","eax");
&and ("ebp",$len); # remainder
&sub ($len,"ebp");
&jz (&label("${mode}_aligned_tail"));
}
&lea ("eax",&DWP(-16,$ctx)); # ivp
&lea ("ebx",&DWP(16,$ctx)); # key
&shr ($len,4); # len/=AES_BLOCK_SIZE
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa7,$opcode); # rep xcrypt*
if ($mode ne "ecb") {
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"eax"));
&movaps (&QWP(-16,$ctx),"xmm0"); # copy [or refresh] iv
}
if ($PADLOCK_PREFETCH{$mode}) {
&test ("ebp","ebp");
&jz (&label("${mode}_exit"));
&set_label("${mode}_aligned_tail");
&mov ($len,"ebp");
&lea ("ebp",&DWP(-24,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","ebp");
&mov ("eax","ebp");
&sub ("esp",$len);
&and ("ebp",-16);
&and ("esp",-16);
&mov (&DWP(16,"ebp"),"eax");
&mov ("eax", $out); # save parameters
&mov ($chunk,$len);
&shr ($len,2);
&lea ($out,&DWP(0,"esp"));
&data_byte(0xf3,0xa5); # rep movsl
&mov ($inp,"esp");
&mov ($out,"eax"); # restore parameters
&mov ($len,$chunk);
&jmp (&label("${mode}_loop"));
}
&set_label("${mode}_exit"); }
&mov ("eax",1);
&lea ("esp",&DWP(4,"esp")); # popf
&emms () if ($mode eq "ctr32");
&set_label("${mode}_abort");
&function_end("padlock_${mode}_encrypt");
}
&generate_mode("ecb",0xc8);
&generate_mode("cbc",0xd0);
&generate_mode("cfb",0xe0);
&generate_mode("ofb",0xe8);
&generate_mode("ctr32",0xc8); # yes, it implements own CTR with ECB opcode,
# because hardware CTR was introduced later
# and even has errata on certain C7 stepping.
# own implementation *always* works, though
# ~15% slower than dedicated hardware...
&function_begin_B("padlock_xstore");
&push ("edi");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("edx",&wparam(1));
&data_byte(0x0f,0xa7,0xc0); # xstore
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_xstore");
&function_begin_B("_win32_segv_handler");
&mov ("eax",1); # ExceptionContinueSearch
&mov ("edx",&wparam(0)); # *ExceptionRecord
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2)); # *ContextRecord
&cmp (&DWP(0,"edx"),0xC0000005) # ExceptionRecord->ExceptionCode == STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
&jne (&label("ret"));
&add (&DWP(184,"ecx"),4); # skip over rep sha*
&mov ("eax",0); # ExceptionContinueExecution
&set_label("ret");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("_win32_segv_handler");
&safeseh("_win32_segv_handler") if ($::win32);
&function_begin_B("padlock_sha1_oneshot");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("esi",&wparam(1));
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2));
if ($::win32 or $::coff) {
&push (&::islabel("_win32_segv_handler"));
&data_byte(0x64,0xff,0x30); # push %fs:(%eax)
&data_byte(0x64,0x89,0x20); # mov %esp,%fs:(%eax)
}
&mov ("edx","esp"); # put aside %esp
&add ("esp",-128); # 32 is enough but spec says 128
&movups ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"edi")); # copy-in context
&and ("esp",-16);
&mov ("eax",&DWP(16,"edi"));
&movaps (&QWP(0,"esp"),"xmm0");
&mov ("edi","esp");
&mov (&DWP(16,"esp"),"eax");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa6,0xc8); # rep xsha1
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"esp"));
&mov ("eax",&DWP(16,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","edx"); # restore %esp
if ($::win32 or $::coff) {
&data_byte(0x64,0x8f,0x05,0,0,0,0); # pop %fs:0
&lea ("esp",&DWP(4,"esp"));
}
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&movups (&QWP(0,"edi"),"xmm0"); # copy-out context
&mov (&DWP(16,"edi"),"eax");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_sha1_oneshot");
&function_begin_B("padlock_sha1_blocks");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("esi",&wparam(1));
&mov ("edx","esp"); # put aside %esp
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2));
&add ("esp",-128);
&movups ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"edi")); # copy-in context
&and ("esp",-16);
&mov ("eax",&DWP(16,"edi"));
&movaps (&QWP(0,"esp"),"xmm0");
&mov ("edi","esp");
&mov (&DWP(16,"esp"),"eax");
&mov ("eax",-1);
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa6,0xc8); # rep xsha1
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"esp"));
&mov ("eax",&DWP(16,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","edx"); # restore %esp
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&movups (&QWP(0,"edi"),"xmm0"); # copy-out context
&mov (&DWP(16,"edi"),"eax");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_sha1_blocks");
&function_begin_B("padlock_sha256_oneshot");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("esi",&wparam(1));
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2));
if ($::win32 or $::coff) {
&push (&::islabel("_win32_segv_handler"));
&data_byte(0x64,0xff,0x30); # push %fs:(%eax)
&data_byte(0x64,0x89,0x20); # mov %esp,%fs:(%eax)
}
&mov ("edx","esp"); # put aside %esp
&add ("esp",-128);
&movups ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"edi")); # copy-in context
&and ("esp",-16);
&movups ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"edi"));
&movaps (&QWP(0,"esp"),"xmm0");
&mov ("edi","esp");
&movaps (&QWP(16,"esp"),"xmm1");
&xor ("eax","eax");
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa6,0xd0); # rep xsha256
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"esp"));
&movaps ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","edx"); # restore %esp
if ($::win32 or $::coff) {
&data_byte(0x64,0x8f,0x05,0,0,0,0); # pop %fs:0
&lea ("esp",&DWP(4,"esp"));
}
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&movups (&QWP(0,"edi"),"xmm0"); # copy-out context
&movups (&QWP(16,"edi"),"xmm1");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_sha256_oneshot");
&function_begin_B("padlock_sha256_blocks");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("esi",&wparam(1));
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2));
&mov ("edx","esp"); # put aside %esp
&add ("esp",-128);
&movups ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"edi")); # copy-in context
&and ("esp",-16);
&movups ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"edi"));
&movaps (&QWP(0,"esp"),"xmm0");
&mov ("edi","esp");
&movaps (&QWP(16,"esp"),"xmm1");
&mov ("eax",-1);
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa6,0xd0); # rep xsha256
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"esp"));
&movaps ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","edx"); # restore %esp
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&movups (&QWP(0,"edi"),"xmm0"); # copy-out context
&movups (&QWP(16,"edi"),"xmm1");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_sha256_blocks");
&function_begin_B("padlock_sha512_blocks");
&push ("edi");
&push ("esi");
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&mov ("esi",&wparam(1));
&mov ("ecx",&wparam(2));
&mov ("edx","esp"); # put aside %esp
&add ("esp",-128);
&movups ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"edi")); # copy-in context
&and ("esp",-16);
&movups ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"edi"));
&movups ("xmm2",&QWP(32,"edi"));
&movups ("xmm3",&QWP(48,"edi"));
&movaps (&QWP(0,"esp"),"xmm0");
&mov ("edi","esp");
&movaps (&QWP(16,"esp"),"xmm1");
&movaps (&QWP(32,"esp"),"xmm2");
&movaps (&QWP(48,"esp"),"xmm3");
&data_byte(0xf3,0x0f,0xa6,0xe0); # rep xsha512
&movaps ("xmm0",&QWP(0,"esp"));
&movaps ("xmm1",&QWP(16,"esp"));
&movaps ("xmm2",&QWP(32,"esp"));
&movaps ("xmm3",&QWP(48,"esp"));
&mov ("esp","edx"); # restore %esp
&mov ("edi",&wparam(0));
&movups (&QWP(0,"edi"),"xmm0"); # copy-out context
&movups (&QWP(16,"edi"),"xmm1");
&movups (&QWP(32,"edi"),"xmm2");
&movups (&QWP(48,"edi"),"xmm3");
&pop ("esi");
&pop ("edi");
&ret ();
&function_end_B("padlock_sha512_blocks");
&asciz ("VIA Padlock x86 module, CRYPTOGAMS by <appro\@openssl.org>");
&align (16);
&dataseg();
# Essentially this variable belongs in thread local storage.
# Having this variable global on the other hand can only cause
# few bogus key reloads [if any at all on signle-CPU system],
# so we accept the penalty...
&set_label("padlock_saved_context",4);
&data_word(0);
&asm_finish();
close STDOUT;