Hi Zerynth Support Team!
I’m trying to secure my firmware in Zerynth.
What we want is that all code we develop needs to be secure against copying to another device and also against disassembly.
In Zerynth Docs2.4.2, I see that watchdog feature can support the securing the firmware.
I have already checked an watchdog example supported by Zerynth Studio IDE, but no matter how much I look at it, there seems nothing else than the feature to restart the board at a certain time by program. I couldn’t find anything related to detecting any illegal device tampering.
Zerynth guide says this sample code can be imported to any customized firmware to secure the firmware.
However, I’m really not sure how can I apply this sample code to my firmware to secure the firmware.
So I want to know if the using of the watchdog is really a good solution for our idea of securing the firmware and how to apply it if that’s possible.
I hope you’ll get back to me soon.
Thanks in advance.