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PaBa_4552536
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This (now locked) thread: Access crypto_core (ECC) from PSoC Creator says

I have passed the query to the internal software team to make the Crypto Core APIs available as part of the PSoC Creator PDL releases. Thank you for your interest in Cypress Products.


Regards,

Dheeraj

Are there any updates on this?  I want to do some Crypto operations (like SHA) in "chunks" (not as one block), and the only way to do that seems to be via the Direct Crypto Core API, which isn't available in PSoC Creator's PDL.

Thanks.

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DheerajK_81
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Hello,

No. Direct Crypto Core access is still not available in the latest 3.1.3 PDL release. We recommend moving to ModusToolbox for developing your applications targetting PSoC6 devices. The psoc6pdl library offered with ModusToolbox has both the Client-Server and Direct Crypto Access models available.

I will update the thread when this support is added in the PSoC Creator PDL release. However, there is no priority at the moment to have this included in PSoC Creator. If this request is to change anytime in the near future I will let you know.

Regards,
Dheeraj

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DheerajK_81
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First comment on KBA First comment on blog 5 questions asked

Hello,

No. Direct Crypto Core access is still not available in the latest 3.1.3 PDL release. We recommend moving to ModusToolbox for developing your applications targetting PSoC6 devices. The psoc6pdl library offered with ModusToolbox has both the Client-Server and Direct Crypto Access models available.

I will update the thread when this support is added in the PSoC Creator PDL release. However, there is no priority at the moment to have this included in PSoC Creator. If this request is to change anytime in the near future I will let you know.

Regards,
Dheeraj

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Len_CONSULTRON
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PaBa,

Maybe I'm missing your intent.

In PSoC Creator, select the project then Right-click and select "Build Settings..."

You should get the "Build Settings" window.   Now select "Peripheral Driver Library".  There is a PDL crypto base library selection that should include the code to use the crypto functions.

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Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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