Keywords: MAXQ1061, secure boot, IoT, ECDSA, digital signature, encryption, SHA,AES,trust, SPI, I2C,
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How to Set Up a Secure Applications Boot with the MAXQ1061

By:  Yann Loisel, Security Architect

Abstract: The application note describes how the MAXQ1061 secure controller helps on providing trust for running applications on IoT devices, guaranteeing then only genuine and authorized applications can be run. It shows how the secure boot is performed, using the secure channel between the generic micro and the MAXQ1061. It also describes the provisioning with the keys generation and the certificates loading.

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APPLICATION NOTE 6442, AN6442, AN 6442, APP6442, Appnote6442, Appnote 6442