Intel® Arria® 10 SoC Secure Boot Architecture
- Security Manager
- Boot ROM
- ECDSA Authentication
- Security Fuses
- AES Decryption Engine
- Security Key Storage
A dedicated Security Manager resides in the HPS. It supervises a secure initialization and boot of the system. The Security Manager determines the level of system security in the device by reading the HPS fuse settings after power-on reset (POR).
After the security level is determined, secure boot resources attempt to load software into HPS flash. The boot ROM supervises this bootstrapping process.
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