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  • Intel SGX2 Support Coming With Linux 6.0

    Phoronix: Intel SGX2 Support Coming With Linux 6.0

    Back in 2020 with Linux 5.11 Intel SGX support was finally merged after undergoing 40+ revisions over the span of years. Fortunately, not taking as long is now Intel SGX2 support that is set to be mainlined with the new Linux 6.0 kernel...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Intel-SGX2-Linux-6.0

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    The Enarx project (http://enarx.dev) is thrilled to see this! Try out SGX at http://try.enarx.dev

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      "Enclaves containing secret code can now change their own page permissions on the fly"

      Yeah, that DEFINITELY sounds like something I want running on my machine. /s

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        Originally posted by Developer12 View Post
        "Enclaves containing secret code can now change their own page permissions on the fly"

        Yeah, that DEFINITELY sounds like something I want running on my machine. /s
        don't worry. based on the history of SGX, anything secret in one of those enclaves won't stay secret for long.

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