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Future Electronics Microchip GoodLock Giveaway

In partnership with Future Electronics

Giveaway Overview

All you need to do is register below to enter our partnered giveaway with Future Electronics.

The GoodLock development platform allows designers to quickly develop and test hardware security solutions for their embedded designs. The GoodLock is based on Microchip’s SAML11 ARM Cortex-M23 microcontroller and includes the ATECC608A-TFLXTLS TrustFLEX CryptoAuthentication devices to configure and implement secure authentication. GoodLock is also equipped with robust analog hardware, an on-board debugger/programmer, and other advanced features made possible by Microchip’s extensive product portfolio. 

The companion “Trust Shield” PCB uses a Microchip SAMD21 MCU and comes pre-programmed with Microchip`s Secure Products Group (SPG) kit protocol to facilitate communication with the TrustFLEX CryptoAuthentication devices. The Trust Shield can be used with the Goodlock platform or in a standalone application.

Board Features

  • Complete development platform based on Microchip’s SAML11 ARM Cortex-M23, Industry’s Lowest Power 32-bit MCUs, with Chip-Level Security and Arm® TrustZone® Technology
  • The TrustZone technology is a System-on-Chip (SoC) and MCU system-wide approach to security that enables Secure and Non-Secure application code to run on a single MCU
  • Onboard programmer/debugger
  • MikroElektronika expansion header (Click Boards for numerous applications)
  • OLED Display
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 2 Keys with Secure Element ATECC608A with the following capabilities: ◦Cryptographic Co-Processor with Secure Hardware-Based Key Storage
  • Hardware Support for Asymmetric Sign, Verify, Key Agreement
  • Hardware Support for Symmetric Algorithms
  • Padlock out of the box demo ◦Hacker Demo (download available)
  • Secure Bootloader (download available)
  • Authentication Demo (loaded on board)

View the GoodLock webinar, available On-demand, for more information. 


Giveaway already ended 11 days ago.

75 Comments
  • G
    gianV April 17, 2020

    look forward to experiment with your lock during lockdown

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    NunoF April 17, 2020

    Very interesting!

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    pantalone April 17, 2020

    Site won’t allow me to enter the giveaway. It says that I haven’t completed my AAC profile, when I clearly have done so.

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    mabrown April 17, 2020

    Fits in with IoT needs.

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  • siamackg April 17, 2020

    I really need this for my recent experiments

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    rampedia April 17, 2020

    I am going to need this for my projects

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  • Arman Simonyan April 17, 2020

    It says: “It looks like you haven’t filled out your profile yet! We need you to complete your AAC profile before you can register for this.” My profile is filled. Is this a stupid joke?

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    Ngoc Le April 17, 2020

    Create test and development project.

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    TerrieMF1339 April 17, 2020

    This is so cool! The possibilities are endless! I could really use this for my senior 0projects
    Terrie Marie

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    synexis April 17, 2020

    Several comments here about not being able to enter, but it worked fine for me… I used the form directly above (username, email, password, name) which went to second page (occupation/interests/etc.), which then goes to a final page to accept privacy policy. Cheers.

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    y sandeep April 18, 2020

    looking forward to the same

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    sjhort April 18, 2020

    Like the onboard programmer/debugger and the MikroElektronika expansion header

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  • momososo April 18, 2020

    It’s hard to imagine the applications.
    If I lost the key how can I open the door? Buy a new one???

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    dagema April 20, 2020

    Also getting the not registered error.

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    CircuitMJ April 21, 2020

    Very nice features looking forward to test it

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    IamEqualtoall April 22, 2020

    Sounds like a fun!

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    davidcaseuk April 24, 2020

    May prove valuable for health equipment monitoring system currently working on.

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    bertgroothuis April 24, 2020

    I really like to expirement with this board.

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    drcktx April 24, 2020

    This looks like a great way to pass the lockdown.

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    UV100 April 25, 2020

    Keep up the good work

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    Bonedog32 April 25, 2020

    Look forward to exploring the concept.

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  • L
    Lindin April 26, 2020

    Anxious to check this out

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  • Sfantry April 29, 2020

    Very cool. Thanks.

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    elp09bm May 04, 2020

    It will be great to have it during the lock down.

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    Alex_Firenze May 05, 2020

    Do unique ID for wearable to track ingectived in lockdown

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  • J
    jarekuk91 May 05, 2020

    That’s very interesting board 😊

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    namoaton May 06, 2020

    Nice
    I like it

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    GriffWason May 06, 2020

    This is REALLY GREAT! Good luck to everyone in the Group 😊 Fingers crossed 😊

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    titoritomex May 06, 2020

    Ready to learn always great news from microchip

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    dbodden May 06, 2020

    Always interested in ways to secure connected devices against exploitation.

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  • J
    JacekKolwas May 07, 2020

    Good for security system.  Lets play

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  • R
    Roksi2020 May 07, 2020

    Ciekawy produkt

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  • S
    Slorite May 07, 2020

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. I look forward to test the goodies 😊.
    Stay safe.

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    phyllisg May 08, 2020

    Interesting technology names and terms.

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  • M
    Mdegrauw70 May 10, 2020

    Interesting, looking forward to see if this can fit the new security systems.

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  • biskandar May 10, 2020

    Look forward to receive this for my experience.

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    eikonikos May 10, 2020

    Thank you very much for your giveaway gifts! I wish to win at least one gift or more. Those circuits are very useful! I wish to everyone good luck!

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    AJB2K3 May 12, 2020

    Something to help pass lockdown

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  • G
    GuillermoG May 12, 2020

    I want that board!

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    vedo35 May 13, 2020

    İ am hoping that i will get this interesting board.

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    afkhan May 13, 2020

    This is the right time to have such instrument to work being at home for some creativity during lockdown.

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    pekka123 May 13, 2020

    no comment

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  • Stewieiron May 13, 2020

    Look interesting

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    dpup0712 May 13, 2020

    Very interesting board. I like the capabilities it provides.

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    Willsgadi May 13, 2020

    A very good future for all to have this good opportunity to own this educational gadget very helpful in they field of electronics thanks for all and good luck to the lucky owner.

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  • abiswas1993 May 13, 2020

    I have been working with SAM for a long time now. I haven’t tried out the hardware security feature. Seems exciting. Let’s see who wins 😊 .

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    neochem May 13, 2020

    Link to ‘Enter Giveaway - Click Here’ is not active

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    neochem May 13, 2020

    Not only is the link to ‘Enter Giveaway - Click Here’, so is the view webinar and register link to the GoodLock webinar.  AAC’s way of demonstrating how the GoodLock works.

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  • tpsaros May 13, 2020

    Very interesting it may work on my present project

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    ggribbler May 13, 2020

    For iOt project that I need to deploy in a public space

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    wctco89 May 13, 2020

    I see plenty of commercial applications for this technology, particularly in energy and defense applications as well as autonomous/semi-autonomous technologies.

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    ohmsai May 14, 2020

    It’s just too good to pass up, and great products and applications that can be made from this offering.

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  • lesmalave May 14, 2020

    Good time to learn with 32-bit MCUs.

    And cryptography tools to have greater security in our projects.

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  • Brankopopov May 14, 2020

    Looking forward to tray it out

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    Practical May 14, 2020

    This may very well solve some security concerns that I have concerning medical devices

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  • SkynetWatchesMe May 14, 2020

    Excited to test the limits, as always 🤔

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    simojok May 15, 2020

    I like to experiment with

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    SparkIntelligence May 15, 2020

    I hope that I will have enough good luck to win this GoodLock board. 😊

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  • Jaydan May 15, 2020

    Interesting

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    tsw43dom May 16, 2020

    Very interesting kit

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    maheshnayak May 16, 2020

    Wanted to build a data logger to understand the capability of the ARM CortexM 23 and also test the security features for the application.

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    EnzoRF May 17, 2020

    Intrestin, I can test it for next projects, thanks

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    JussiKo May 17, 2020

    Hi, I’ll look forward to test out your GoodLock board with my Arduino and Raspberry Pi, thank’s for sending it to me.

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  • terry wegener 1 May 17, 2020

    Site won’t allow me to enter the giveaway. It says that I haven’t completed my AAC profile, when I clearly have done so.
    The lock looks very interesting and warrants further review.

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    Tanveer Bhuiyan May 17, 2020

    Looking forward to playing with it

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    Karti039 May 18, 2020

    I had already implement Smart pot with stm32, for which I used Raspberry pi as server and gateway, with Goodlock it would be more useful for me to implement with further Security Authentication.

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    David Paul Biear May 18, 2020

    I hope I win.

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    captainjim47 May 18, 2020

    hope to get a chance to try some stuff out…

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    wb7dru May 18, 2020

    I know I will win…

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  • andy wong May 19, 2020

    Looks like an interesting configuration.

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    piotr.bilik May 19, 2020

    cool device

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    karthick123 May 20, 2020

    Internet of Things has become an attractive target for cybercriminals. IoT devices can provide access to more valuable targets or be used as tools in a larger attack. Cryptoauthentication is designed to keep the encryption keys safe against attack and out of the hands of hackers. It is widely accepted that hardware-based storage is far more effective than software-based solutions, as it is simply more difficult to tamper with this type of security. Most importantly though these devices keep the keys safe from attackers, who cannot access them. It will be a good opportunity to the design engineers like me to secure the device and data. I have experience in programming PIC 18 &16F; series MCU’S using MPLAB IDE so it is easy to program and design the keys for my industrial and medical emergency systems accessing as an authorised person. Now a days IoT devices are more common in monitoring and controlling the devices remotely so it is necessary to have secure keys which are like “Good Lock” device. There are many use cases with this kit in different applications so it drawn my attention to work on it If I am the hardware winner and the examples will be presented as a blog or project to the Community members.

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