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> 16 sep. 2016 kl. 22:38 skrev Rob Austein <s...@hactrn.net>:
> 
> Preliminary version of revised keystore API and flash management code
> committed and pushed to branch ksng in sw/{libhal,stm32,pkcs11}
> repositories.  Still needs work before it'll be ready to consider for
> merging into the master branch, but the basic mechanism seems to work.
> Not yet heavily tested.
> 
> NB: Keys and PINs saved to flash with the old keystore flash code will
> not be preserved if you try this code (in theory they'll be the last
> things overwritten, but the wear-leveling code will get around to
> overwriting them eventually).  Sorry, it's a development platform,
> adding a big chunk of backwards-compatibility code (read: seldom-used
> code path, larger attack surface) seemed like a bad idea.  Can still
> add backwards-compatibility if folks strongly disagree, of course.

No argument from me

> 
> Next steps:
> 
> * Switching from erasing entire flash sectors to erasing individual
>  flash subsectors (in theory this is a trivial change, same C code
>  should work, just a different opcode);
> 
> * Adding support for key objects larger than one flash subsector;
> 
> * Adding general attribute storage to key objects so we can start
>  phasing out the current SQLite3 database used by the PKCS #11 code.

So this means no more sqlite3-dependency anywhere in the code or just the p11 
part (just curious)?

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