AN 759: Using Secure Boot in Intel® Arria® 10 SoC Devices

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Date 3/29/2021
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Programming the AES Encryption Key

The FPGA device provides both volatile and non-volatile key storage. After the encryption key is generated, you store the key, as described in "Creating an Encrypted Second-State Boot Loader Image". The key is later referenced by the AES-based algorithms that decrypt the boot image. See the "AES Decryption" figure in "AES Encryption and Decryption".

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