Intro to Intel SGX Sealing

Alexander B. of Intel has written a blog post describing the Sealing abilities of Intel SGX:

Introduction to Intel® SGX Sealing:
This post is intended to introduce developers to the Sealing capability available on SGX enabled platforms. Sealing is the process of encrypting enclave secrets for persistent storage to disk. This allows secrets to be retrieved if the enclave is torn down (either due to power event or by the application itself), and subsequently brought back up. Encryption is performed using a private Seal Key that is unique to that particular platform and enclave, and is unknown to any other entity. […] For a more detailed treatment of SGX sealing capabilities, refer to the following documents: […]

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