Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) is an Intel technology for application developers seeking to protect select code and data from disclosure or modification.
Intro to Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) directional enclave argument pointers. Sample code for passing data between enclave and application.
The second part in the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series is a high-level specification for the application we’ll be developing: a simple password manager that provides the same core functions as a commercial product while following good security practices, which we'll then use as a learning vehicle for designing for Intel SGX.
In this installment of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series, we develop the enclave for the Tutorial Password Manager application, having earlier created a DLL to serve as our interface layer between the enclave bridge functions and the C++/CLI program core, and defined our enclave interface.
Learn how to extend the functionality of GNU Autoconf to build software that makes use of Intel® SGX. Includes a download with templates and a sample application source tree.
Learn how to use the Intel SGX Debugger to inspect enclaves in mixed-mode applications such as our Tutorial Password Manager. Then we'll analyze enclave memory usage Enclave Memory Measurement Tool (EMMT).
Announcing a new multi-part tutorial series to help software developers integrate Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) into their applications. The series will guide you through building an Intel SGX application, beginning at application design and running through development, testing, packaging, and deployment. This in-depth look at enabling Intel SGX in a single application provides...
In Part 3 of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series we’ll talk about how to design an application with Intel SGX in mind.
In this installment of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series, we address an outstanding design requirement: to make sure our Tutorial Password Manager will function on hosts both with and without Intel SGX capability. The article includes a code sample that demonstrates a dual code path implementation.
In Part 9 of the Intel® SGX tutorial series we address complexities of the suspend and resume power cycle. We’ll examine data Intel SGX sealing capabilities and apply our learnings to the Tutorial Password Manager.