|F3 0F 38 D8 !(11):000:bbb AESENCWIDE128KL m384, <XMM0-7>||A||V/V||AESKLE WIDE_KL||Encrypt XMM0-7 using 128-bit AES key indicated by handle at m384 and store each resultant block back to its corresponding register.|
|Op/En||Tuple||Operand 1||Operands 2 - 9|
|A||NA||ModRM:r/m (r)||Implicit XMM0-7 (r, w)|
The AESENCWIDE128KL1 instruction performs ten rounds of AES to encrypt each of the eight blocks in XMM0-7 using the 128-bit key indicated by the handle from the second operand. It replaces each input block in XMM0-7 with its corresponding encrypted block if the operation succeeds (e.g., does not run into a handle violation failure).
Handle := UnalignedLoad of 384 bit (SRC); // Load is not guaranteed to be atomic. Illegal Handle = ( HandleReservedBitSet (Handle) || (Handle AND (CPL > 0)) || Handle  || HandleKeyType (Handle) != HANDLE_KEY_TYPE_AES128 ); IF (Illegal Handle) THEN RFLAGS.ZF := 1; ELSE (UnwrappedKey, Authentic) := UnwrapKeyAndAuthenticate384 (Handle[383:0], IWKey); IF Authentic == 0 THEN RFLAGS.ZF := 1; ELSE XMM0 := AES128Encrypt (XMM0, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM1 := AES128Encrypt (XMM1, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM2 := AES128Encrypt (XMM2, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM3 := AES128Encrypt (XMM3, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM4 := AES128Encrypt (XMM4, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM5 := AES128Encrypt (XMM5, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM6 := AES128Encrypt (XMM6, UnwrappedKey) ; XMM7 := AES128Encrypt (XMM7, UnwrappedKey) ; RFLAGS.ZF := 0; FI; FI; RFLAGS.OF, SF, AF, PF, CF := 0; 1. Further details on Key Locker and usage of this instruction can be found here: https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/download/intel-key-locker-specification.html.
ZF is set to 0 if the operation succeeded and set to 1 if the operation failed due to a handle violation. The other arithmetic flags (OF, SF, AF, PF, CF) are cleared to 0.
unsigned char _mm_aesencwide128kl_u8(__m128i odata, const __m128i idata, const void* h);
If the LOCK prefix is used.
If CPUID.07H:ECX.KL [bit 23] = 0.
If CR4.KL = 0.
If CPUID.AESKLE = 0.
If CR0.EM = 1.
If CR4.OSFXSR = 0.
If CPUID.19H:EBX.WIDE_KL [bit 2] = 0.
If CR0.TS = 1.
If a page fault occurs.
If a memory operand effective address is outside the CS, DS, ES, FS, or GS segment limit.
If the DS, ES, FS, or GS register is used to access memory and it contains a NULL segment selector.
If the memory address is in a non-canonical form.
If a memory operand effective address is outside the SS segment limit.
If a memory address referencing the SS segment is in a non-canonical form.