Trust Core Details
What is Trust Core?
Trust Core is a member of the MULTOS Trust Anchor development kit range.
It is provided with sample software to allow evaluation of the MULTOS platform in a number of IoT use cases.
Trust Core is designed to be hardware compatible with a Raspberry Pi ™ Model 3B (including 3B+) and Arduino™ UNO R3. It can be used with many other microcontroller development boards, including Raspberry Pi Model 4 and ARM based STM32.
- "Raspberry Pi" is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
- This board is not an official Arduino product. All support requests must be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The sample software supports:
- RSA key generation & storage
- RSA signature generation & verification
- RSA encryption/decryption
- ECC key generation & storage
- ECC Diffie Hellman key agreement for TLS
- ECC DSA signature generation and verification
- TLS / DTLS 1.2 authentication, key exchange and message encryption / decryption
- AES key generation
- AES CBC & GCM mode encryption and decryption
- Hardware based true random number generation (TRNG)
- SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512 secure hashing
- SHA-1 and SHA-256 based HMAC
- Key management functions (generation, export, import, merging).
- PIN management functions
Installation instructions for Raspberry Pi can be found in the PKCS#11 Implementation Note.
On Raspberry Pi you can use a subset of the standard PKCS#11 v2.40 API (C/C++ programming) or our TLS 1.2 API (C/C++/Python 3 programming). Source code for both is available on GitHub. A binary distribution (debug build) for Raspbian 10 is available here.
Otherwise functionality is accessed via application protocol messages sent over the appropriate hardware abstraction layer. To request a copy of the low level API document please use our contact form.
Trust Core has been designed to support AWS IoT Greengrass running on Raspbian. With its HAL and PKCS#11 library it has successfully obtained certification under the AWS Device Qualification Program. Full instructions on how to set up a Raspberry Pi to use AWS IoT Greengrass can be found in the PKCS#11 Implementation Note.
Available from our distributors.