$XTEAKEY

$XTEAKEY

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This directive accepts a 16 byte XTEA key and informs the compiler to encrypt the binary image.

 

 

Syntax

$XTEAKEY 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16

 

 

Remarks

$XTEAKEY accepts 16 parameters. These are the 16 bytes which together form a 128 bit key.

When your code is compiled, the resulting binary code will be encrypted with the provided key.

A boot loader could then use XTEA and decrypt the binary file before writing to flash memory.

The XTEADECODE statement can be used inside a boot loader to decrypt the encrypted blocks.

 

The XTEA encoder uses 32 rounds. The same as used in the xtea.lib

 

 

noticeOnly the binary image is encrypted, the HEX file is not encrypted!

You can not simulate an encrypted program. Add this option when your project is ready.

 

 

See also

$AESKEY , XTEAENCODE , XTEADECODE

 

 

Example

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