Using Asylo to Protect Secret Data from an Attacker with Root Privileges
In this lab, you build a simple example enclave. The example demonstrates initializing an enclave, passing arguments to code running inside the enclave, encrypting those arguments inside the enclave, and returning the processed results. Even though this is a very simple example, it demonstrates the basic functionality provided by Asylo and the steps required to utilize that functionality.
What you'll do
Create a VM
Use an Asylo image to configure a Docker container
Encrypt your first message using an enclave application
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