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Develop custom firmware for Utimaco's hardware security solutions

Utimaco's utrust Software Development Kit (SDK) is a professional toolkit for developing custom firmware for utrust Anchor CSAR and SecurityServer. Developers can create proprietary algorithms and protocols to run in Utimaco's HSMs' secure environment. The SDK allows complete firmware control without Utimaco's oversight, supports standard languages and tools, and includes an HSM simulator for testing. With expert support and competitive pricing, especially for development HSMs, the utrust SDK is ideal for enhancing Utimaco's security offerings.

Discover more about the utrust SDK and how it can expand Utimaco's HSM capabilities.

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