Hi. I'm looking into verifying the signature of the certificate of one of the trust provisioned keys inside the se050. I've read the certificate issued for each of the trust provisioned keys, and they seem to ... Hi, i am working with SE050 Arduino kit connected to Raspberry Pi. In my setup the ECC sign and verify commands are very fast. But if I use RSA 2k keys, I experience in my setup roughly 4 seconds for RSA sign&... Hi, Can anybody please inform us wether the SE050 offer AES with GCM mode? We couldn't find the information on the datasheet, and we need some confirmation before making a choice. Th... Hi there, I have seen in the APDU-Guide there is a function and policy that allows export of an transient object using an "randomly generated but persistent stored AES Key" which will be used to encrypt the ... Hello, we use an A71CH with an iMX6 UL and want to use OpenSSL 1.1.1 (current LTS Version) as the current supported version 1.0.2 (former LTS) for which the support ends this year. Is there an OpenSSL Engine ... Hi All, I would like to use an SE050 in an environemnt with very very limited space. I do not want to use ISO14443 and ISO7816 and also not the Low-Power Feature. Just I2C and that's it for an µ... @Kan_Li Hello, I am trying to run the demo example of SE050 with FRDM K64f for Google Cloud Platform. I am following this official guide - https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/application-note/AN12401-SE050_secure_co... Generally, it is a good design to use different keys for different purposes. Typically, one master key is used to derive the other individual keys using defined constants. This scheme prevents the same keys being used... The EdgeLock SE050 supports SCP03 or FastSCP secure channel protocols. An SCP03 session is a secure channel based on AES cryptography while a FastSCP session is based on ECC cryptography. The die individual certificates injected in EdgeLock SE050 are signed with the NXP Root and Intermediate certificates. The ISO/IEC 14443 interface of the EdgeLock SE050 gives you the capability to communicate with any NFC phone or contactless reader. Key applications include systems that require late stage product customization, inclu... Yes, the OM-SE050ARD board comes integrated with an EdgeLock SE050 Type C variant. The EdgeLock SE050 Type C is the full-featured variant with support for RSA, an ECC crypto with several curves and key derivation func... Yes, it is. On the one hand, if you are using an Arduino-compatible MCU board, you can connect it using the Arduino connectors. On the other hand, if you are using a non-Arduino board, you can connect it using the ext... Yes, you can. The OM-SE050ARD board includes headers to access EdgeLock SE050 lines, including the I2C master interface used to attach sensors or peripherals to the board. The EdgeLock SE050 Plug & Trust middleware comes with pre-built support for many NXP MCU / MPU boards. However, you can also leverage SE050 Plug & Trust middleware if you are using any other MCU / MPU board. ... Both the A71CH and the SE050 are part of the NXP Plug & Trust portfolio of secure elements for IoT security. On the one hand, the A71CH is a ready-to-use security IC for the IoT ecosystem. It is an ideal ... No, the EdgeLock SE050 is not a replacement for A71CH. The A71CH will also continue in the NXP’s security IC portfolio of EdgeLock Secure Elements.. Yes, it can be completely powered by the NFC field. But only as long as the contact interface is not powered. Yes, it does. The EdgeLock SE050 allows you to set up a secure, end-to-end connection from the sensor or actuator to your local IoT gateway or cloud-based service, protecting the interface between the sensor and the s... The EdgeLock SE050 implements a dynamic file system with 50kB of memory. We can use these 50 kB of memory to securely store keys and files until there is no more memory left.