Cryptographic Co-Processor ATECC508A (Qwiic) Hookup Guide

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you've sent signed message between two systems, you are ready to integrate some security into your projects! In these examples we have used hard-wired serial messages between two Arduinos. That communication channel could be anything: Bluetooth, RFM69s, Wifi and the internet, you name it! Good luck!

Additional Documentation on the Cryptographic Standards (linked from datasheet):

Need inspiration? Check out some of the Qwiic or IoT related tutorials!

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