J-Link Remote Server adds encryption for home debugging

March 24, 2020 //By Ally Winning
SEGGER’s J-Link Remote Server now has authenticated access and an encrypted communication tunnel between software and probe to allow for easy home debugging.
SEGGER’s J-Link Remote Server now has authenticated access and an encrypted communication tunnel between software and probe to allow for easy home debugging.

Developers can connect from home and use any tool that supports J-Link. J-Link Remote Server has been used for years to debug target systems, thousands of miles away, even behind firewalls. The server allows system bring-up when hardware availability was limited, expensive, or otherwise difficult.

Authenticated access and the encrypted communication tunnel are based on the proven algorithms of emCrypt. The authentication uses challenge-response methods to ensure the password is never visible on the wire. End-to-end encryption of the debug stream ensures that the application can be securely transferred via wire.

The J-Link Remote Server can be used at no cost with any J-Link model, including base models with only USB interface. The software is included in the “J-Link Software and Documentation Package” that comes with every model J-Link or J Trace.

More information

https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/tools/j-link-remote-server/

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