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Sierra Wireless modules enabling Customer Secure Boot make use of a public key to authenticate any Linux image being loaded or run on the module. For usage details, refer to the WP Series Customer Secure Boot application note.
For customers who are not interested in building their own custom Linux images and want to run only official Sierra Wireless Linux images, they must load the Sierra Wireless public key onto their module.
Important — Once written to a module, the keystore cannot be replaced or removed.
Sierra Wireless module series-specific public key (keystore) files:
This document describes Customer Secure Boot for Linux images, an extension of the Secure Boot functionality that Sierra Wireless WP series modules automatically provide for firmware images, which ensures only authenticated images are loaded and run on WP modules. This application note applies to all products in the AirPrime WP76 and WP77 Series.
This page describes the procedure to update WP76xx with Firmware Release 13.1, 13.2 or 13.3.
This page describes the procedure to update WP77xx with Firmware Release 12.