Hello everybody! The year has started out quite busy for us, and here is our first update of the year about the current status of our campaign. Read the full update.
First of all, thank you very much for supporting and believing in our Kryptor project. Together, we exceeded our target by 109%! Without you, we would not be here today being able to offer our encryption solution to so many enthusiasts. This is the first update after the successful closure of the campaign. In the following months, we will keep you updated throughout the entire process, all the way until the delivery of the products to your door. In this update, we will tell you about our progress in sourcing parts for Kryptor. Read the full update.
As we have demonstrated through many of our tutorials in the last five weeks, our SKUDO Kryptor board can be easily used with Raspberry Pi boards. This week we will show you how to use SKUDO Kryptor with an Arduino Nano. Read the full update.
Time is moving quickly, and we have only about two weeks left to reach our funding goal! We are getting close to the end of the SKUDO Kryptor campaign, but you still have time to take advantage of our unique crowdfunding offer and receive a completely free HSM softcore with each purchase of a SKUDO Kryptor FPGA board. This offer is available only to those who back our campaign by September 28th. This update introduces a tutorial that walks through the process of using SKUDO Kryptor to send encrypted messages via GPRS. It also invites questions and feedback from the community, clarifies our open-source status, and reiterates our vision for SKUDO Kryptor. Read the full update.
We are always very excited to put Kryptor to work on diverse use cases. This time we have been busy streaming encrypted audio files using Kryptor HSM FPGA, so you could use Kryptor for sending encrypted voice messages or any other audio file that needs protection. Read the full update.
We have prepared a step-by-step tutorial to familiarize you with some simple but strong encryption procedures and to demonstrate how to connect the Kryptor HSM FPGA to a Raspberry Pi and exchange encrypted sensor data between two Raspberry Pi’s. Read the full update.
This week, we are sharing more in-depth information about our unique JTAG adapter, which you can purchase during our campaign. Read the full update.
We are extremely excited to finally bring our encryption solution, originally built for professional usage in diverse niche markets (such as the space and drone industries) to a wider audience, including IoT developers and maker communities. Our solution is entirely made in Europe and, as you will know if you've been following our recent updates, has been tested and used by the European Space Agency (ESA). Hence, what you are getting when purchasing SKUDO Kryptor is a solid, well-tested, easy-to-use, plug-and-play module that takes advantage of our verifiable HSM soft-core – an entire Hardware Security Module, with the ability to perform various encryption functions, within a single FPGA chip. Read the full update.
First of all, we'd like to share our most important news: the SKUDO Kryptor campaign is going live in about two weeks! You will be able to reserve your boards starting on August 17th. This update also includes information about our recent Kryptor-related work for the European Space Agency and about the new design for our JTAG adapter. Read the full update.
We are happy to announce that our new updated Kryptor 1.4 is now out of the factory and things are moving ahead fast. The board has been produced in Belgium and we are very satisfied with the results. Read the full update.
Time has been flying since our previous post, but we are ready to share some really good news with you. In our last post, we mentioned some of the changes we planned to make on the Kryptor board. We are happy to say we have accomplished all of that and much more. Read on to see how the new improvements will benefit you. Read the full update.