DeepCover® embedded security solutions cloak sensitive data under multiple layers of advanced physical security to provide the most secure key storage possible.
The DeepCover Secure Authenticator (DS28E25) combines secure challenge-and-response authentication functionality based on the FIPS 180-3-specified Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-256) with 4Kb of user-programmable EEPROM. Additional secure memory holds a secret/key for SHA-256 operations. Each device has its own guaranteed unique 64-bit ROM identification number (ROM ID) that is factory programmed into the chip. The SHA-256 message authentication code (MAC), which the DS28E25 generates, is computed from data in the user memory, the SHA-256 secret, a host controller random challenge, and the 64-bit ROM ID. A secure and low-cost factory-programming service is available to pre-program device data including the SHA-256 secret. The DS28E25 communicates over Maxim's single-contact 1-Wire® bus.Our Secure Drug Delivery video shows how Maxim security products can be used to authenticate remote drug delivery.
|Part Number||Crypto Engine||Applications||Memory Type||Memory Size||Bus Type||VSUPPLY|
|Deep Cover||Oper. Temp.|
|EEPROM||4K x 1||1-Wire||2.97 to 3.63||Yes||-40 to +85|
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|Device||Fab Process||Technology||Sample size||Rejects||FIT at 25°C||FIT at 55°C|
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|Sub-System Board||5822||Alcatraz (MAXREFDES34#): SHA-256 Secure Authentication Design|
|App Note||5803||Secure Your FPGA System Using a DeepCover Secure Authenticator|
|App Note||5779||Introduction to SHA-256 Master/Slave Authentication|
|Tutorial||5716||Hardware Security ICs Offer Large Security Returns at a Low Cost|
|App Note||5546||The Fundamentals of a SHA-256 Master/Slave Authentication System|
|Tutorial||5522||Industrial Systems Need the Added Protection of Security ICs|
|Tutorial||5518||Uptime Protects the Bottom Line|
|App Note||5507||Understanding the DS1WM Synthesizable 1-Wire Bus Master|
|Tutorial||5403||How to Build a 1-Wire® Evaluation Kit|
|Tutorial||4702||Easily Add Memory, Security, Monitoring, and Control to Medical Sensors and Consumables|
|App Note||4132||Attachment Methods for the Electro-Mechanical 1-Wire Contact Package|
|App Note||3989||Add Control, Memory, Security, and Mixed-Signal Functions with a Single Contact|
|App Note||3675||Protect Your R&D Investment with Secure Authentication|