These were run about the same time as the last set, but didn’t have time to write them up last week.

IcedTea7 With the Default SunJCE Provider

Keysize 4k block, enc 4k block, dec 32k block, enc 32k block, dec 256k block, enc 256k block, dec 1024k block, enc 1024k block, dec
128 bit 9.47 ns/byte, 100MB/s 10.55 ns/byte, 90MB/s 8.97 ns/byte, 106MB/s 9.62 ns/byte, 99MB/s 8.99 ns/byte, 106MB/s 9.57 ns/byte, 100MB/s 8.96 ns/byte, 106MB/s 9.67 ns/byte, 99MB/s
192 bit 10.42 ns/byte, 91MB/s 11.45 ns/byte, 83MB/s 10.21 ns/byte, 93MB/s 10.98 ns/byte, 86MB/s 10.19 ns/byte, 93MB/s 11.02 ns/byte, 86MB/s 10.19 ns/byte, 93MB/s 11.08 ns/byte, 86MB/s
256 bit 11.54 ns/byte, 82MB/s 12.74 ns/byte, 74MB/s 11.53 ns/byte, 82MB/s 12.23 ns/byte, 78MB/s 11.39 ns/byte, 84MB/s 12.19 ns/byte, 78MB/s 11.50 ns/byte, 82MB/s 12.24 ns/byte, 78MB/s

IcedTea7 With the NSS Provider

Keysize 4k block, enc 4k block, dec 32k block, enc 32k block, dec 256k block, enc 256k block, dec 1024k block, enc 1024k block, dec
128 bit 2.59 ns/byte, 369MB/s 1.02 ns/byte, 950MB/s 1.63 ns/byte, 588MB/s 0.36 ns/byte, 2857MB/s 1.51 ns/byte, 645MB/s 0.30 ns/byte, 3333MB/s 1.50 ns/byte, 645MB/s 0.29 ns/byte, 3333MB/s
192 bit 2.42 ns/byte, 399MB/s 0.79 ns/byte, 1248MB/s 1.87 ns/byte, 512MB/s 0.39 ns/byte, 2500MB/s 1.79 ns/byte, 540MB/s 0.35 ns/byte, 2857MB/s 1.78 ns/byte, 540MB/s 0.34 ns/byte, 2857MB/s
256 bit 2.89 ns/byte, 332MB/s 0.90 ns/byte, 1109MB/s 2.25 ns/byte, 425MB/s 0.46 ns/byte, 2222MB/s 2.09 ns/byte, 465MB/s 0.40 ns/byte, 2500MB/s 2.07 ns/byte, 465MB/s 0.39 ns/byte, 2500MB/s

So 7 with NSS seems to be faster than 6 with NSS, especially with the larger block sizes. Not too surprising, given it has a newer version of HotSpot.