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On 2/9/21 11:04 PM, Kris Kwiatkowski wrote:
I've recently been involved in producing PoC, which utilizes OP-TEE to produce proof of a secret key possession. That is used during tunnel establishment by OpenVPN.
In case someone finds it interesting, for example as kind of "real-world" use case of OP-TEE, then details are described here: https://www.amongbytes.com/post/20210112-optee-openssl-engine/
Thanks for sharing! It is a well-written article, quite interesting to read IMO. I always like to see how OP-TEE is used in various scenarios. As upstream project maintainers we hear about bug reports and we review new contributions of course, but there is clearly a lot of activity going on downstream that we don't know much about. Yet, a bit of context certainly helps take the good decisions for the project going forward!
and code is here: https://github.com/henrydcase/optee_eng
The actual PoC used post-quantum schemes integrated into TEE OS and TF-A (secure boot). Those two points are not described really described for brevity (and probably there is low interest anyway).
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