vboot2: Fail vb2_secdata_(get|set) when secdata was not initialized
This patch adds a check to vboot2 secdata accessor functions that
returns an error if vb2_secdata_init() has not yet been called or
failed for some reason. This avoids a problem where vboot may
misinterpret random garbage (e.g. from transient read failures) as
valid secdata in recovery mode and write it back to the TPM (bricking
the device in a way that requires manual repair).
Also removes VB2_ERROR_SECDATA_VERSION check. This check was not
terribly useful since there should be no way a vboot2 device could ever
have secdata version 1 (and if it did, it should still fail CRC checks).
This error can trigger for cases when secdata contains random garbage
(e.g. all zeroes) and prevent the much more appropriate
VB2_ERROR_SECDATA_CRC error from even being checked for, which just
creates confusion and makes it harder to determine the real problem.
TEST=Emulated TPM read errors by just manually memset()ing secdata to 0
in coreboot, verified that vboot does not write back to the TPM and the
device will start working fine again once the disruption is removed.
Signed-off-by: Julius Werner <email@example.com>
Reviewed-by: Shawn N <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Commit-Queue: Shawn N <email@example.com>
Tested-by: Shawn N <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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