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  • TheLexMachine
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    Intel nixed SGX from many of it's new consumer-grade CPUs, so it's not a thing that is greatly in demand outside of the business-grade server space, where it's presence is significant, but usage is not clear. I have only encountered a handful of SGX-enabled data protection/security software programs on the business-side of things and the consumer-side apparently has nothing apart from UHD-BD playback, which is only possible with a few of the Intel CPU/GPU pairings and UHD-BD optical drives, which are not widely available or sold in stores.

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  • hotaru
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    It's still not clear when Intel SGX support will be accepted for the mainline Linux kernel.
    hopefully never. anything with at least an order of magnitude more security vulnerabilities than legitimate use cases doesn't belong in the mainline kernel.

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  • wswartzendruber
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    I got bored and fixed up /common/src/sgx_sha256_128.cpp, which has goto statements in it.

    EDIT: And why does it have a C++ file extension?

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  • carewolf
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    Go home SGX, you are drunk!

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  • onlyLinuxLuvUBack
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    #this_time_for_real

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    Intel SGX Enclave Support Sent Out For Linux A 38th Time

    Phoronix: Intel SGX Enclave Support Sent Out For Linux A 38th Time

    It's still not clear when Intel SGX support will be accepted for the mainline Linux kernel...

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