Ted Reed: Exploring Universal Flash Storage (UFS) Write Protection on the HiKey960

In my previous post I gave an overview of basic “do it yourself” root-of-trust creation through MMC boot region write-protection. I used this on sample HiKey (original) devices to authenticate ARM-Trusted-Firmware code beyond BL2, authenticating the OPTEE OS and U-Boot as BL33. This post explores the same concept on a HiKey960.[…]

https://casualhacking.io/blog/2018/10/6/exploring-universal-flash-storage-ufs-write-protection-on-the-hikey960

see-also: https://casualhacking.io/blog/2018/7/8/diy-root-of-trust-using-arm-trusted-firmware-on-the-96boards-hikey

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