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- Jul 3 2018, 1:07 PM (92 w, 6 h)
Feb 12 2019
the changes will solve current issue, but it is only a partial solution. Full solution depends on https://developer.trustedfirmware.org/T244
It seems the way connection handle is allocated needs to be reworked, thus the changes proposed in https://review.trustedfirmware.org/#/c/trusted-firmware-m/+/627/ will no longer be relevant.
Feb 5 2019
Jan 31 2019
I think we found temporary workaround on our side.
It is no longer a blocker for us, but still HP.
Jan 30 2019
Jan 29 2019
As always you are 100% right. I just wanted to provide simplistic example. Perhaps i've oversimplified :).
While you assumption is true for single core systems, it breaks on asymmetrical multi-core system where SPM is running on one core and NSPE on other.
TF-M is not supporting such a targets right now, but we are now working on a port for such a target.
I suggest to take this in to consideration while implementing new functionality.
the spec specifies that caller passes a pointer array of psa_invec. The array is allocated in caller memory, thus is modifiable by a caller at any time.
SPM must first copy each individual psa_invec to SPM own memory, and only then verify accessibility of each individual range.
Jan 28 2019
from what i see invecs are not copied. Perhaps i'm looking at outdated sources? https://review.trustedfirmware.org/c/trusted-firmware-m/+/468/1/secure_fw/core/ipc/tfm_svcalls.c#131
in_vec = (psa_invec *)((psa_invec *)args)->base; in_num = ((psa_invec *)args)->len; out_vec = ((psa_outvec *)args)->base; out_num = ((psa_outvec *)args)->len;
Please note that newer version of PSA FF spec introduced a change to psa_get API especially to address this issue. psa_get now return an error code (it had void return value before and was not allowed to fail).
PSA_ERR_NOMSG is a special error code that can be returned from psa_get if you encounter resource allocation issue.
SP should then ignore current signal and retry later on.
Jan 27 2019
isolation level 3 assumes mutual distrust between secure partitions.
we need to save connection "owner" client ID and not only secure domain origin.