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# Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# Generate .vbpubk and .vbprivk pairs for use by developer builds. These should
# be exactly like the real keys except that the private keys aren't secret.
# Load common constants and functions.
. "$(dirname "$0")/"
usage() {
cat <<EOF
Usage: $0 [--devkeyblock]
--devkeyblock Also generate developer firmware keyblock and data key
--4k Use 4k keys instead of 8k (enables options below)
--4k-root Use 4k key size for the root key
--4k-recovery Use 4k key size for the recovery key
--4k-recovery-kernel Use 4k key size for the recovery kernel data
--4k-installer-kernel Use 4k key size for the installer kernel data
if [[ $# -ne 0 ]]; then
echo "ERROR: unknown option $*" >&2
exit 1
exit 0
main() {
set -e
# Flag to indicate whether we should be generating a developer keyblock flag.
local dev_keyblock="false"
local root_key_algoid=${ROOT_KEY_ALGOID}
local recovery_key_algoid=${RECOVERY_KEY_ALGOID}
local recovery_kernel_algoid=${RECOVERY_KERNEL_ALGOID}
local installer_kernel_algoid=${INSTALLER_KERNEL_ALGOID}
while [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; do
case $1 in
echo "Will also generate developer firmware keyblock and data key."
usage "$1"
if [[ ! -e "${VERSION_FILE}" ]]; then
echo "No version file found. Creating default ${VERSION_FILE}."
printf '%s_version=1\n' {firmware,kernel}{_key,} > "${VERSION_FILE}"
local eckey_version fkey_version ksubkey_version kdatakey_version
# Get the key versions for normal keypairs
eckey_version=$(get_version "ec_key_version")
fkey_version=$(get_version "firmware_key_version")
# Firmware version is the kernel subkey version.
ksubkey_version=$(get_version "firmware_version")
# Kernel data key version is the kernel key version.
kdatakey_version=$(get_version "kernel_key_version")
# Create the normal keypairs
make_pair ec_root_key ${EC_ROOT_KEY_ALGOID}
make_pair ec_data_key ${EC_DATAKEY_ALGOID} ${eckey_version}
make_pair root_key ${root_key_algoid}
make_pair firmware_data_key ${FIRMWARE_DATAKEY_ALGOID} ${fkey_version}
if [[ "${dev_keyblock}" == "true" ]]; then
make_pair dev_firmware_data_key ${DEV_FIRMWARE_DATAKEY_ALGOID} ${fkey_version}
make_pair kernel_subkey ${KERNEL_SUBKEY_ALGOID} ${ksubkey_version}
make_pair kernel_data_key ${KERNEL_DATAKEY_ALGOID} ${kdatakey_version}
# Create the recovery and factory installer keypairs
make_pair recovery_key ${recovery_key_algoid}
make_pair recovery_kernel_data_key ${recovery_kernel_algoid}
make_pair installer_kernel_data_key ${installer_kernel_algoid}
# Create the firmware keyblock for use only in Normal mode. This is redundant,
# since it's never even checked during Recovery mode.
make_keyblock firmware ${FIRMWARE_KEYBLOCK_MODE} firmware_data_key root_key
# Ditto EC keyblock
make_keyblock ec ${EC_KEYBLOCK_MODE} ec_data_key ec_root_key
if [[ "${dev_keyblock}" == "true" ]]; then
# Create the dev firmware keyblock for use only in Developer mode.
make_keyblock dev_firmware ${DEV_FIRMWARE_KEYBLOCK_MODE} dev_firmware_data_key root_key
# Create the recovery kernel keyblock for use only in Recovery mode.
make_keyblock recovery_kernel ${RECOVERY_KERNEL_KEYBLOCK_MODE} recovery_kernel_data_key recovery_key
# Create the normal kernel keyblock for use only in Normal mode.
make_keyblock kernel ${KERNEL_KEYBLOCK_MODE} kernel_data_key kernel_subkey
# Create the installer keyblock for use in Developer + Recovery mode
# For use in Factory Install and Developer Mode install shims.
make_keyblock installer_kernel ${INSTALLER_KERNEL_KEYBLOCK_MODE} installer_kernel_data_key recovery_key
# CAUTION: The public parts of most of these blobs must be compiled into the
# firmware, which is built separately (and some of which can't be changed after
# manufacturing). If you update these keys, you must coordinate the changes
# with the BIOS people or you'll be unable to boot the resulting images.
main "$@"