SE050: sss_cipher_one_go() returns kStatus_SSS_Fail (SM_ERR_CONDITIONS_OF_USE_NOT_SATISFIED)

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SE050: sss_cipher_one_go() returns kStatus_SSS_Fail (SM_ERR_CONDITIONS_OF_USE_NOT_SATISFIED)

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fvjdxe
Contributor I

Hello,

I am trying to encrypt some data using AES. I wrote the key to the SE using Se05x_API_WriteSymmKey() an now want to encrypt using sss_cipher_one_go(). This function returns kStatus_SSS_Fail. When debugging into this function I can see that DoAPDUTxRx_s_Case4_ext() returns SM_ERR_CONDITIONS_OF_USE_NOT_SATISFIED inside Se05x_API_CipherOneShot(). This error code is not documented for any APDU that is related to AES. So I have no idea what I have done wrong. Can you give me a hint?

 

Best regards

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Kan_Li
NXP TechSupport
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Hi @fvjdxe ,

 

Actually the MW for SE050 provides a demo of "ex_symmetric", in which an AES is created to perform Encryption on some data by sss_cipher_one_go().

 

Did your issue come from this demo? Please kindly clarify.

 

Is it possible to share the log?

 

Have a great day,
Kan


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fvjdxe
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Hello Kan,

I had adapted the demo. I fixed my problem by now. It turned out that some buffer had the wrong size.

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Kan_Li
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Hi @fvjdxe ,

 

Thanks for the update! It is great to know this issue has been solved.

 

Have a great day,
Kan


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