Keywords: Zatara, microcontroller, secure micro, Linux, Zilog
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APPLICATION NOTE 5115

Zatara Module Signing

By:  Reza Ahmadi

Abstract: This application note explains how to add module authentication signing to the Linux® kernel and produce signed modules. This document describes creating a set of public/private keys, including them in the kernel, and signing loadable kernel modules.


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