Passcodes

Security locks protect sensitive device functions. Passcodes protect these security locks. Passcodes are used only for escalating privileges during the session when the passcode is matched successfully. All passcodes are 256 bits long, making a brute-force attack infeasible. Passcodes are salted and hashed when stored. The salt is unique to each device.

Both the device families include the following passcodes:

The configure security wizard in the Libero SoC software is used to set these passcodes for the user design.