Trussed® is a minimal, modular way to write cryptographic applications on microcontroller platforms. Easy to write, easy to audit — compile-time security by default.
Documentation is evolving, a good entry point is the module
pub use api::Reply;
pub use error::Error;
pub use client::Client;
pub use client::ClientImplementation;
pub use platform::Platform;
pub use service::Service;
Client interface for applications.
Trait for platforms to implement that use Trussed.
store presents a combined interface to three littlefs2 filesystems:
internal flash, external flash, volatile/RAM.
Do NOT implement this yourself! Use the macro
Serialize object into newly allocated Bytes.
Deserialize a message of type
T from a byte slice. The unused portion (if any)
of the byte slice is not returned.
T to the given slice, with the resulting slice containing
data in a serialized format.