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IAS End of Life Pre-Announcement


End of Life Pre-Announcement

Intel plans to end of life (EOL) the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) Attestation Service Utilizing Intel® EPID (IAS for short) April 2, 2025. This would include all active API versions. Intel also plans to limit access to the IAS Development (DEV) environment after September 29, 2024.

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Active consumers of IAS should assess their attestation needs and work to migrate to one of several solution options. Intel-offered attestation alternatives include:


Intel will provide periodic reminders as the EOL timeframe approaches.




Many Intel products that originally supported Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) and enabled use of Intel® SGX Attestation Service Utilizing Intel® Enhanced Privacy ID (Intel® SGX Attestation Service Utilizing Intel® EPID) have exceeded or are approaching their End of Servicing Lifetime (EOSL) dates, and more recent products exclusively support Intel® SGX Data Center Attestation Primitives (Intel® SGX DCAP) with Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) based attestation. Intel is electing to focus future enabling support on the options outlined above.

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