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Teddy Reed: Exploring secured boot on the Sabre Lite i.MX6S (v1.3) SBC and NXP HABv4

Exploring secured boot on the Sabre Lite i.MX6S (v1.3) SBC and NXP HABv4
February 10, 2018

This document is a linear review of my notes taken while exploring the Sabre Lite single-board-computer. It is a mildly expensive ($200 from Boundary Devices) SBC but it has a well documented secure boot implementation rooted in silicon ROM. It is a very good example of a vendor proprietary firmware verification mechanism. The goal of this article is purely an overview of notes, nothing here is novel or groundbreaking and it is not intended to be a tutorial.[…]

https://prosauce.org/blog/2018/2/10/exploring-secured-boot-on-the-sabre-lite-imx6s-v13-sbc-and-nxp-habv4

The i/MX image header, where Image Data can be U-Boot, followed by an optional CSF.

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