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Implementing Cryptographic Service Engine module

Posted: 26 Aug 2011     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Cryptographic Service Engine  hardware features 

In this document, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. discusses the features offered by the Cryptographic Services Engine (CSE) module which, for the first time has been implemented on the MPC564xB/C device. The module implements the security functions described in the Secure Hardware Extension (SHE) functional specification.

By reading this application note, the user will get an overview of the reasons for implementing the CSE module and how it can be used in typical automotive application use cases to help protect application code and inter module communication. This application note will show the basic features and will provide the user a first guidance for the most typical functions to be used with CSE in the form of a GreenHills example project. However, it is not within the scope of this application note to discuss the details of the SHE specification. This application note will focus on the hardware features provided by the CSE module and it is implied that the user is acquainted with the content of the SHE specification.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Freescale Semiconductor Inc. at www.freescale.com as "Using the Cryptographic Service Engine (CSE)".





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