Product released May 2019. Release Notes updated November 2019
The Intel® Dynamic Application Loader (Intel® DAL) is a unique feature of Intel® platforms that allows you to run small portions of Java* code on Intel® Converged Security and Management Engine (Intel® CSME) firmware. Intel DAL is part of Intel PCH and is available on many form factors, including workstations, desktops, notebooks, tablets and IoT devices.
Intel DAL uses a dedicated processor, firmware, and hardware to run application code in a trusted execution environment (TEE). The application code is completely isolated from the operating system, so malware that is running on the system cannot interfere with or spy on applications that are executed by Intel DAL.
The SDK for Intel DAL is a collection of tools that guide you through the development of your applet and host application. The SDK helps you with writing and testing your code, including running the code in a simulated environment of the firmware.
The first release of the SDK has the following limitations:
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