I know the Intel SGX SDK provide a debugger that I can use for evaluation. But is there an evaluation board/kit that lets me see the registers that the enclave uses (EAX, RBX, RCX...etc) in addition to the memory address that an enclave occupies?
There are laptops available that fully support SGX, which you can use as a test system.
I purchased a Dell from Newegg that I use for SGX development/testing. Here's a link to the model I purchased:
This laptop has a process AND BIOS that supports SGX.
I hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply, but I do have a list of known machines that supports SGX that can be enabled in the BIOS.
When a new processor comes out, the vendor will send evaluation processor boards to potential customers to evaluate. This evaluation processor has special break points that allow the customer to see all the registers and memory addresses...etc.
And so, I'm asking whether there is an evaluation board for intel SGX.