Trusted Platform Module over SPI driver

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Trusted Platform Module over SPI driver

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mbressler
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We've been hoping to add a Trusted Platform Modules on our new embedded product (based around the LPC54114) to deal with the FIPS 140-2 requirements.

From what I can tell (please correct me if I'm wrong) Trusted Platform Modules all work on some common spec that allows generic TPM drivers on PC and Linux. Is there a TPM over SPI driver for the LPC54114 or similar MCUs?

We're using the LPC54114 via MCUXpresso and the SLB 9670 TPM from Infineon.

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mbressler
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Problem solved ended up going with WolfTPM, they have a very portable C driver for TPMs that's small enough and designed with microcontrollers in mind.

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mbressler
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Problem solved ended up going with WolfTPM, they have a very portable C driver for TPMs that's small enough and designed with microcontrollers in mind.

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shaiknisar
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Hey Marc Bressler.

I'm currently trying to communicate SLB9670VQ1.2 with STM32F429ZI controller. The TPM standards supported by the TPM chip i use is TPM1.2. I'm trying to go through the WolfTPM and trying build one. My question is how did you use the WolfTPM? Can you please share the build?

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