|2009-04-28 18:25:15 - In reply to message 1 from Queen Zeal|
|Is that correct? According to that, this AES Cipher class (as utilized in phpclasses2.phps) is the SLOWEST AES implementation available. Is that correct? I find that very hard to believe given that people are still, even after this revelation, singing AES Cipher's praises and still trying to use it.|
If that chart is correct, then why, even after Queen Zeal's post, are people still using AES Cipher? If I fork AES Cipher and add a pointless sleep(10) to it to make it take even longer will my fork, all of a sudden, become the most popular PHP implementation of AES ever?