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Present on the firmware package titles (0100000000000819 and 010000000000081A) and installed into eMMC storage's [[#Flash_Filesystem#Boot_Partitions|boot partitions 0 and 1]], "package1" contains the first Switch bootloader to run under the NVIDIA boot processor (an ARM7TDMI called "BPMP", "BPMP-Lite", "AVP" or "COP").
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Present in the firmware package titles (0100000000000819, 010000000000081A, 010000000000081B and 010000000000081C) and installed into eMMC storage's [[Flash_Filesystem#Boot_Partitions|boot partitions 0 and 1]], "package1" contains the first Switch bootloader ("Package1ldr") to run under the NVIDIA boot processor (an ARM7TDMI called "BPMP", "BPMP-Lite", "AVP" or "COP"), as well as the actual encrypted package1 ("PK11") blob containing the second Switch Bootloader and TrustZone code.
  
The boot ROM validates, copies to IRAM and executes this package by parsing it's information block from the [[#BCT|BCT]].
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The boot ROM validates, copies to IRAM and executes this package by parsing it's information block from the [[BCT|BCT]].
  
= Bootloader =
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= Format =
Split into two main stages, the bootloader is responsible for setting up hardware, generate keys and prepare the main CPU ("CCPLEX").
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== Erista ==
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This package is distributed as a plaintext initial bootloader (package1ldr) and a secondary encrypted blob ("PK11"). Execution starts at plaintext package1ldr which will set up hardware, generate keys and decrypt the next stage.
  
== Stage 0 ==
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=== Header ===
The code for this stage is stored in plaintext inside the package. By looking into the BCT's bootloader0_info (normal) or bootloader1_info (safe mode), the boot ROM starts executing this stage at address 0x40010020 in IRAM.
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{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 +
|-
 +
! Offset
 +
! Size
 +
! Description
 +
|-
 +
| 0x0
 +
| 0x4
 +
| Package1ldr hash (first four bytes of SHA256(package1ldr))
 +
|-
 +
| 0x4
 +
| 0x4
 +
| Secure Monitor hash (first four bytes of SHA256(secure_monitor))
 +
|-
 +
| 0x8
 +
| 0x4
 +
| NX Bootloader hash (first four bytes of SHA256(nx_bootloader))
 +
|-
 +
| 0xC
 +
| 0x4
 +
| Build ID
 +
|-
 +
| 0x10
 +
| 0xE
 +
| Build Timestamp (yyyyMMddHHmmss)
 +
|-
 +
| 0x1E
 +
| 0x2
 +
| Version
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
=== Package1ldr ===
 +
The code for this stage is stored in plaintext inside the package. By looking into the BCT's bootloader0_info (normal) or bootloader1_info (safe mode), the boot ROM starts executing this stage at address 0x40010020 in IRAM (0x40010040 for 4.0.0+).
  
=== Initialization ===
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==== Initialization ====
 
The stack pointer is set.
 
The stack pointer is set.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  // Set the stack pointer
 
  // Set the stack pointer
 
  *(u32 *)sp = 0x40008000;
 
  *(u32 *)sp = 0x40008000;
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  // Infinite loop
 
  // Infinite loop
 
  deadlock();
 
  deadlock();
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
=== Main ===
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==== Main ====
 
The bootloader poisons the exception vectors, cleans up memory (.bss and init_array), sets up hardware devices (including the security engine and fuses), does all the necessary checks, generates keys and finally decrypts and executes the next stage.
 
The bootloader poisons the exception vectors, cleans up memory (.bss and init_array), sets up hardware devices (including the security engine and fuses), does all the necessary checks, generates keys and finally decrypts and executes the next stage.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  // Poison all exception vectors
 
  // Poison all exception vectors
 
  *(u32 *)0x6000F200 = panic();
 
  *(u32 *)0x6000F200 = panic();
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  // Setup I2S1, I2S2, I2S3, I2S4, DISPLAY and VIC
 
  // Setup I2S1, I2S2, I2S3, I2S4, DISPLAY and VIC
  enable_hw_devices();
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  mbist_workaround();
 
   
 
   
 
  // Program the SE clock and resets
 
  // Program the SE clock and resets
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  keygen(bct_iram_addr);
 
  keygen(bct_iram_addr);
 
   
 
   
  u32 stage1_addr = 0x40013FE0;
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  u32 pk11_blob_addr = 0x40013FE0;
 
   
 
   
  // Decrypt next stage
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  // Decrypt the PK11 blob and get the next stage's entrypoint
  stage1_addr = decrypt_stage1(stage1_addr);
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  nx_boot_addr = decrypt_pk11_blob(pk11_blob_addr);
 
   
 
   
  u32 stage1_sp = 0x40007000;
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  u32 nx_boot_sp = 0x40007000;
 
   
 
   
 
  // Set the stack pointer and jump to a stub responsible
 
  // Set the stack pointer and jump to a stub responsible
  // for cleaning up and branching into the actual stage 1
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  // for cleaning up and branching into the next stage
  exec_stage1_stub(stage1_addr, stage1_stub_addr, stage1_sp);
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  exec_nx_boot_stub(nx_boot_addr, nx_boot_stub_addr, nx_boot_sp);
 
   
 
   
 
  return;
 
  return;
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</syntaxhighlight>
 +
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[6.2.0+] The bootloader maintains most of its design, but passes execution to a [[TSEC]] payload and is left in an infinite loop.
  
==== Panic ====
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 +
// Poison all exception vectors
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F200 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F204 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F208 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F20C = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F210 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F214 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F218 = panic();
 +
*(u32 *)0x6000F21C = panic();
 +
 +
u32 bss_addr_end = bss_addr_start;
 +
u32 bss_offset = 0;
 +
u32 bss_size = bss_addr_end - bss_addr_start;
 +
 +
// Clear .bss region
 +
// Never happens due to bss_size being set to 0
 +
while (bss_offset < bss_size)
 +
{
 +
    *(u32 *)bss_addr_start + bss_offset = 0;
 +
    bss_offset += 0x04;
 +
}
 +
 +
u32 init_array_addr_end = init_array_addr_start;
 +
u32 init_array_offset = init_array_addr_start;
 +
 +
// Call init methods
 +
// Never happens due to init_array_addr_end being set to init_array_addr_start
 +
while (init_array_offset < init_array_addr_end)
 +
{
 +
    u32 init_method_offset = *(u32 *)init_array_offset;
 +
 +
    call_init_method(init_method_offset + init_array_offset);
 +
    init_array_offset += 0x04;
 +
}
 +
 +
// Setup I2S1, I2S2, I2S3, I2S4, DISPLAY and VIC
 +
mbist_workaround();
 +
 +
// Program the SE clock and resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_V, CLK_OUT_ENB_V, CLK_SOURCE_SE and CLK_V_SE
 +
enable_se_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Set MISC_CLK_ENB
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// This makes fuse registers visible
 +
enable_misc_clk(0x01);
 +
 +
// Setup the security engine's address
 +
set_se_addr(0x70012000);
 +
 +
// Check SE global config
 +
check_se_status();
 +
 +
// Read FUSE_SKU_INFO and compare with 0x83
 +
check_sku();
 +
 +
// Check configuration fuses
 +
check_config_fuses();
 +
 +
u32 bct_iram_addr = 0x40000000;
 +
 +
// Check bootloader version from BCT
 +
check_bootloader_ver(bct_iram_addr);
 +
 +
// Check anti-downgrade fuses
 +
check_downgrade();
 +
 +
// Setup memory controllers
 +
enable_mem_ctl();
 +
 
 +
// Clear SYS_CLK_DIVISOR
 +
*(u32 *)CLK_SOURCE_SYS = 0;
 +
 +
// Place I2C5 in reset
 +
u32 rst_dev_h_val = *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_H;
 +
rst_dev_h_val &= ~(0x8000);
 +
rst_dev_h_val |= 0x8000;
 +
*(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_H = rst_dev_h_val;
 +
 +
// Program the HOST1X clock and resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_L, CLK_OUT_ENB_L, CLK_SOURCE_HOST1X and CLK_L_HOST1X
 +
enable_host1x_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Program the TSEC clock and resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_U, CLK_OUT_ENB_U, CLK_SOURCE_TSEC and CLK_U_TSEC
 +
enable_tsec_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Program the SOR_SAFE clock and resets
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// Uses RST_DEVICES_Y, CLK_OUT_ENB_Y and CLK_Y_SOR_SAFE
 +
enable_sor_safe_clkrst();
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 +
// Program the SOR0 clock and resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_X, CLK_OUT_ENB_X and CLK_X_SOR0
 +
enable_sor0_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Program the SOR1 clock and resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_X, CLK_OUT_ENB_X, CLK_SOURCE_SOR1 and CLK_X_SOR1
 +
enable_sor1_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Program the KFUSE clock resets
 +
// Uses RST_DEVICES_H, CLK_OUT_ENB_H and CLK_H_KFUSE
 +
enable_kfuse_clkrst();
 +
 +
// Clear the Falcon DMA control register
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_DMACTL = 0;
 +
 +
// Enable Falcon IRQs
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_IRQMSET = 0xFFF2;
 +
 +
// Enable Falcon IRQs
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_IRQDEST = 0xFFF0;
 +
 +
// Enable Falcon interfaces
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_ITFEN = 0x03;
 +
 +
// Wait for Falcon's DMA engine to be idle
 +
wait_flcn_dma_idle();
 +
 +
// Set DMA transfer base address to 0x40010E00>> 0x08
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_DMATRFBASE = 0x40010E;
 +
 +
u32 trf_mode = 0;    // A value of 0 sets FALCON_DMATRFCMD_IMEM
 +
u32 dst_offset = 0;
 +
u32 src_offset = 0;
 +
 +
// Load code into Falcon (0x100 bytes at a time)
 +
while (src_offset < 0x2900)
 +
{
 +
    flcn_load_firm(trf_mode, src_offset, dst_offset);
 +
    src_offset += 0x100;
 +
    dst_offset += 0x100;
 +
}
 +
 +
// Set magic value in host1x scratch space
 +
*(u32 *)0x50003300 = 0x34C2E1DA;
 +
 +
// Clear Falcon scratch1 MMIO
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_SCRATCH1 = 0;
 +
 +
// Set Falcon boot key version in scratch0 MMIO
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_SCRATCH0 = 0x01;
 +
 +
// Set Falcon's boot vector address
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_BOOTVEC = 0;
 +
 +
// Signal Falcon's CPU
 +
*(u32 *)FALCON_CPUCTL = 0x02;
 +
 +
// Infinite loop
 +
deadlock();
 +
</syntaxhighlight>
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===== Panic =====
 
If a panic occurs, all sensitive memory contents are cleared, the security engine and fuse programming are disabled and the boot processor is left in a halted state.
 
If a panic occurs, all sensitive memory contents are cleared, the security engine and fuse programming are disabled and the boot processor is left in a halted state.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  // Clear all stack contents
 
  // Clear all stack contents
 
  clear_stack();
 
  clear_stack();
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  clear_mem();
 
  clear_mem();
 
   
 
   
  // Clear the stage 1 binary
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  // Clear the PK11 blob from memory
  clear_stage1();
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  clear_pk11_blob();
 
u32 FLOW_CTLR_HALT_COP_EVENTS = 0x60007004;
 
u32 FLOW_MODE_STOP = 0x40000000;
 
u32 HALT_COP_EVENT_JTAG = 0x10000000;
 
 
   
 
   
 
  // Halt the boot processor
 
  // Halt the boot processor
 
  while (true)
 
  while (true)
 
     *(u32 *)FLOW_CTLR_HALT_COP_EVENTS = (FLOW_MODE_STOP | HALT_COP_EVENT_JTAG);
 
     *(u32 *)FLOW_CTLR_HALT_COP_EVENTS = (FLOW_MODE_STOP | HALT_COP_EVENT_JTAG);
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
==== Anti-downgrade ====
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===== Anti-downgrade =====
 
See [[Fuses#Anti-downgrade|Anti-downgrade]].
 
See [[Fuses#Anti-downgrade|Anti-downgrade]].
  
==== Memory controllers ====
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===== Memory controllers =====
 
After disabling fuse programming, the bootloader configures the EMC and MEM/MC. It additionally disables QSPI resets and programs a special aperture designed for AHB redirected access to IRAM.
 
After disabling fuse programming, the bootloader configures the EMC and MEM/MC. It additionally disables QSPI resets and programs a special aperture designed for AHB redirected access to IRAM.
  
u32 PERIPH_CLK_SOURCE_EMC = 0x6000619C;
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
u32 CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_H = 0x60006328;
 
u32 CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_X = 0x60006284;
 
u32 RST_DEVICES_SET_H = 0x60006308;
 
u32 RST_DEVICES_CLR_Y = 0x600062AC;
 
u32 MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL = 0x70019964;
 
u32 MC_IRAM_BOM = 0x7001965C;
 
u32 MC_IRAM_TOM = 0x70019660;
 
 
 
  // Initialize EMC's clock source
 
  // Initialize EMC's clock source
 
  u32 emc_clk_src_val = *(u32 *)PERIPH_CLK_SOURCE_EMC;
 
  u32 emc_clk_src_val = *(u32 *)PERIPH_CLK_SOURCE_EMC;
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  return mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val;
 
  return mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val;
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
==== Key generation ====
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[6.2.0+] MC_IRAM_TOM is now set to 0x80000000 to allow TSEC to access IRAM and all MMIO.
 +
 
 +
===== Key generation =====
 
After the security engine is ready and before decrypting the next stage, the bootloader initializes and generates several keys into hardware keyslots.
 
After the security engine is ready and before decrypting the next stage, the bootloader initializes and generates several keys into hardware keyslots.
 
For more details on the Switch's cryptosystem, please see [[Cryptosystem|this page]].
 
For more details on the Switch's cryptosystem, please see [[Cryptosystem|this page]].
  
===== Selection =====
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[6.2.0+] The key generation process was moved into an encrypted [[TSEC]] payload.
 +
 
 +
====== Selection ======
 
Depending on [[Fuses#FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4|FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4]] and [[Fuses#FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5|FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5]] different static seeds are selected for key generation.
 
Depending on [[Fuses#FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4|FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4]] and [[Fuses#FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5|FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5]] different static seeds are selected for key generation.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  // Initialize keyslots 0x0C and 0x0D as readable
 
  // Initialize keyslots 0x0C and 0x0D as readable
 
  init_keyslot(0x0C, 0x15);
 
  init_keyslot(0x0C, 0x15);
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  return;
 
  return;
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
===== generate_retail_keys =====
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====== generate_retail_keys ======
In order to generate retail keys, the bootloader starts by initializing TSEC and grabbing it's [[TSEC#Device_key_generation|device key]]. Using static seeds and the SBK, the keyblob injected into the BCT's [[BCT#customer_data|customer_data]] is validated and decrypted. The resulting keys will then be used to generate the master static key and the master device key.
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In order to generate retail keys, the bootloader starts by initializing TSEC and grabbing it's [[TSEC#TSEC_key_generation|device key]]. Using static seeds and the SBK, the keyblob injected into the BCT's [[BCT#customer_data|customer_data]] is validated and decrypted. The resulting keys will then be used to generate the master static key and the master device key.
  
 
See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.
 
See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  u32 in_addr = 0;
 
  u32 in_addr = 0;
 
  u32 in_size = 0;
 
  u32 in_size = 0;
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  aes_cmac(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
  aes_cmac(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
   
 
   
  // Comapre the generated hash with the first
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  // Compare the generated hash with the first
 
  // 0x10 bytes of bct_customer_data
 
  // 0x10 bytes of bct_customer_data
 
  bool match = safe_memcmp(mac_addr, bct_customer_data_addr, 0x10);
 
  bool match = safe_memcmp(mac_addr, bct_customer_data_addr, 0x10);
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  return;
 
  return;
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
===== generate_debug_keys =====
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====== generate_debug_keys ======
 
In order to generate debug keys, the bootloader only uses static seeds, the SBK and the SSK.
 
In order to generate debug keys, the bootloader only uses static seeds, the SBK and the SSK.
  
 
See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.
 
See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
  u32 in_addr = 0;
 
  u32 in_addr = 0;
 
  u32 in_size = 0;
 
  u32 in_size = 0;
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  return;
 
  return;
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</syntaxhighlight>
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 +
=== Package1 (PK11) ===
 +
This blob is stored encrypted inside the package and is decrypted by package1ldr.
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 +
==== Encryption ====
 +
The encrypted blob is prepended with it's CTR and total image size. After checking the image's size against an hardcoded value (can change on firmware updates), the image is AES-CTR decrypted and the keyslot used for decryption is immediately cleared.
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 +
<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 +
// Maximum encrypted blob's size on firmware version 1.0.0
 +
u32 max_pk11_enc_blob_size = 0x29000;
 +
 +
u32 pk11_enc_blob_size = *(u32 *)pk11_blob_addr;
 +
u32 pk11_enc_blob_ctr_addr = pk11_blob_addr + 0x10;
 +
u32 pk11_enc_blob_addr = pk11_blob_addr + 0x20;
 +
 +
// Validate the encrypted blob's size
 +
if (pk11_enc_blob_size > max_pk11_enc_blob_size)
 +
    panic();
 +
 +
u32 in_addr = pk11_enc_blob_addr;
 +
u32 in_size = pk11_enc_blob_size;
 +
u32 ctr_addr = pk11_enc_blob_ctr_addr;
 +
u32 ctr_size = 0x10;
 +
u32 out_addr = pk11_dec_blob_addr;
 +
u32 out_size = pk11_dec_blob_size;
 +
u32 keyslot = 0x0B;
 +
 +
// AES-CTR decrypt
 +
// Use the pk11_key (keyslot 0x0B) to decrypt the blob in place
 +
aes_ctr_decrypt(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size, ctr_addr, ctr_size);
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 +
// Clear pk11_key keyslot
 +
clear_keyslot(0x0B);
 +
 +
// Validate the decrypted blob
 +
// Checks the "PK11" magic and some pk11 header fields
 +
bool is_valid = check_pk11_header(pk11_dec_blob_addr, pk11_dec_blob_size);
 +
 +
// Invalid PK11 image
 +
if (!is_valid)
 +
    panic();
 +
 +
u32 pk11_header_size = 0x20;
 +
u32 pk11_sec1_offset = *(u32 *)pk11_dec_blob_addr + 0x14;
 +
u32 pk11_sec2_size = *(u32 *)pk11_dec_blob_addr + 0x18;
 +
 +
// Calculate NX bootloader's entrypoint
 +
u32 nx_boot_addr = (pk11_dec_blob_addr + pk11_header_size + pk11_sec1_offset + pk11_sec2_size);
 +
 +
return nx_boot_addr;
 +
</syntaxhighlight>
  
== Stage 1 ==
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==== Header ====
Known as "package1.1", the code for this stage is stored encrypted inside the package. When decrypted, this stage is encapsulated in a header.
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When decrypted, the blob is encapsulated in the following header.
  
=== Header ===
 
 
{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 
{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 
|-
 
|-
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| 0x4
 
| 0x4
 
| 4
 
| 4
| Main size
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| Section 0 size
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 0x8
 
| 0x8
| 8
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| 4
 +
| Section 0 offset
 +
|-
 +
| 0xC
 +
| 4
 
| Unknown
 
| Unknown
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 0x10
 
| 0x10
 
| 4
 
| 4
| Section 0 size
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| Section 1 size
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 0x14
 
| 0x14
 
| 4
 
| 4
| Section 0 offset
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| Section 1 offset
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 0x18
 
| 0x18
 
| 4
 
| 4
| Section 1 size
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| Section 2 size
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 0x1C
 
| 0x1C
 
| 4
 
| 4
| Section 1 offset
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| Section 2 offset
 
|}
 
|}
  
= Changelog =
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What each section is used for may vary per system-version.
== 3.0.0 ==
 
* The functions set_se_addr() and check_se_status() are now called right after enabling the security engine clocks and resets.
 
See [[Switch_System_Flaws#Stage_1_Bootloader]].
 
  
* Keyslot 0x0A is now used instead of keyslot 0x0D for generating the master_device_key.
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==== Section 0 ====
 +
This section contains the warmboot binary.
 +
 
 +
==== Section 1 ====
 +
This section contains the NX bootloader, which is run after the initial bootloader in package1.
 +
 
 +
==== Section 2 ====
 +
This section contains the Secure Monitor binary.
 +
 
 +
== Mariko ==
 +
This package is now distributed in a custom, signed and encrypted format.
 +
 
 +
{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 +
|-
 +
! Offset
 +
! Size
 +
! Description
 +
|-
 +
| 0x0
 +
| 0x110
 +
| Cryptographic signature
 +
0x0000: CryptoHash (empty)
 +
0x0010: RsaPssSig
 +
|-
 +
| 0x110
 +
| 0x20
 +
| Random block
 +
|-
 +
| 0x130
 +
| 0x20
 +
| SHA256 hash over package1 data
 +
|-
 +
| 0x150
 +
| 0x4
 +
| Version
 +
|-
 +
| 0x154
 +
| 0x4
 +
| Length
 +
|-
 +
| 0x158
 +
| 0x4
 +
| LoadAddress
 +
|-
 +
| 0x15C
 +
| 0x4
 +
| EntryPoint
 +
|-
 +
| 0x160
 +
| 0x10
 +
| Reserved
 +
|-
 +
| 0x170
 +
| Variable
 +
| Package1 data
 +
0x0170: [[Package1#Header|Header]]
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0x0190: Body (encrypted)
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Revision as of 17:04, 31 May 2020

Present in the firmware package titles (0100000000000819, 010000000000081A, 010000000000081B and 010000000000081C) and installed into eMMC storage's boot partitions 0 and 1, "package1" contains the first Switch bootloader ("Package1ldr") to run under the NVIDIA boot processor (an ARM7TDMI called "BPMP", "BPMP-Lite", "AVP" or "COP"), as well as the actual encrypted package1 ("PK11") blob containing the second Switch Bootloader and TrustZone code.

The boot ROM validates, copies to IRAM and executes this package by parsing it's information block from the BCT.

Format

Erista

This package is distributed as a plaintext initial bootloader (package1ldr) and a secondary encrypted blob ("PK11"). Execution starts at plaintext package1ldr which will set up hardware, generate keys and decrypt the next stage.

Header

Offset Size Description
0x0 0x4 Package1ldr hash (first four bytes of SHA256(package1ldr))
0x4 0x4 Secure Monitor hash (first four bytes of SHA256(secure_monitor))
0x8 0x4 NX Bootloader hash (first four bytes of SHA256(nx_bootloader))
0xC 0x4 Build ID
0x10 0xE Build Timestamp (yyyyMMddHHmmss)
0x1E 0x2 Version

Package1ldr

The code for this stage is stored in plaintext inside the package. By looking into the BCT's bootloader0_info (normal) or bootloader1_info (safe mode), the boot ROM starts executing this stage at address 0x40010020 in IRAM (0x40010040 for 4.0.0+).

Initialization

The stack pointer is set.

 // Set the stack pointer
 *(u32 *)sp = 0x40008000;
 
 // Jump to main
 bootloader_main();
 
 // Infinite loop
 deadlock();

Main

The bootloader poisons the exception vectors, cleans up memory (.bss and init_array), sets up hardware devices (including the security engine and fuses), does all the necessary checks, generates keys and finally decrypts and executes the next stage.

 // Poison all exception vectors
 *(u32 *)0x6000F200 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F204 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F208 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F20C = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F210 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F214 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F218 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F21C = panic();
 
 u32 bss_addr_end = bss_addr_start;
 u32 bss_offset = 0;
 u32 bss_size = bss_addr_end - bss_addr_start;
 
 // Clear .bss region
 // Never happens due to bss_size being set to 0
 while (bss_offset < bss_size)
 {
    *(u32 *)bss_addr_start + bss_offset = 0;
    bss_offset += 0x04;
 }
 
 u32 init_array_addr_end = init_array_addr_start;
 u32 init_array_offset = init_array_addr_start;
 
 // Call init methods
 // Never happens due to init_array_addr_end being set to init_array_addr_start
 while (init_array_offset < init_array_addr_end)
 {
    u32 init_method_offset = *(u32 *)init_array_offset;
 
    call_init_method(init_method_offset + init_array_offset);
    init_array_offset += 0x04;
 }
 
 // Setup I2S1, I2S2, I2S3, I2S4, DISPLAY and VIC
 mbist_workaround();
 
 // Program the SE clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_V, CLK_OUT_ENB_V, CLK_SOURCE_SE and CLK_V_SE
 enable_se_clkrst();
 
 // Set MISC_CLK_ENB
 // This makes fuse registers visible
 enable_misc_clk(0x01);
 
 // Read FUSE_SKU_INFO and compare with 0x83
 check_sku();
 
 // Check configuration fuses
 check_config_fuses();
 
 u32 bct_iram_addr = 0x40000000;
 
 // Check bootloader version from BCT
 check_bootloader_ver(bct_iram_addr);
 
 // Check anti-downgrade fuses
 check_downgrade();
 
 // Set FUSE_DIS_PGM
 // Disables fuse programming until next reboot
 disable_fuse_pgm();
 
 // Setup memory controllers
 enable_mem_ctl();
 
 // Setup the security engine's address
 set_se_addr(0x70012000);
 
 // Check SE global config
 check_se_status();
 
 // Generate keys
 keygen(bct_iram_addr);
 
 u32 pk11_blob_addr = 0x40013FE0;
 
 // Decrypt the PK11 blob and get the next stage's entrypoint
 nx_boot_addr = decrypt_pk11_blob(pk11_blob_addr);
 
 u32 nx_boot_sp = 0x40007000;
 
 // Set the stack pointer and jump to a stub responsible
 // for cleaning up and branching into the next stage
 exec_nx_boot_stub(nx_boot_addr, nx_boot_stub_addr, nx_boot_sp);
 
 return;

[6.2.0+] The bootloader maintains most of its design, but passes execution to a TSEC payload and is left in an infinite loop.

 // Poison all exception vectors
 *(u32 *)0x6000F200 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F204 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F208 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F20C = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F210 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F214 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F218 = panic();
 *(u32 *)0x6000F21C = panic();
 
 u32 bss_addr_end = bss_addr_start;
 u32 bss_offset = 0;
 u32 bss_size = bss_addr_end - bss_addr_start;
 
 // Clear .bss region
 // Never happens due to bss_size being set to 0
 while (bss_offset < bss_size)
 {
    *(u32 *)bss_addr_start + bss_offset = 0;
    bss_offset += 0x04;
 }
 
 u32 init_array_addr_end = init_array_addr_start;
 u32 init_array_offset = init_array_addr_start;
 
 // Call init methods
 // Never happens due to init_array_addr_end being set to init_array_addr_start
 while (init_array_offset < init_array_addr_end)
 {
    u32 init_method_offset = *(u32 *)init_array_offset;
 
    call_init_method(init_method_offset + init_array_offset);
    init_array_offset += 0x04;
 }
 
 // Setup I2S1, I2S2, I2S3, I2S4, DISPLAY and VIC
 mbist_workaround();
 
 // Program the SE clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_V, CLK_OUT_ENB_V, CLK_SOURCE_SE and CLK_V_SE
 enable_se_clkrst();
 
 // Set MISC_CLK_ENB
 // This makes fuse registers visible
 enable_misc_clk(0x01);
 
 // Setup the security engine's address
 set_se_addr(0x70012000);
 
 // Check SE global config
 check_se_status();
 
 // Read FUSE_SKU_INFO and compare with 0x83
 check_sku();
 
 // Check configuration fuses
 check_config_fuses();
 
 u32 bct_iram_addr = 0x40000000;
 
 // Check bootloader version from BCT
 check_bootloader_ver(bct_iram_addr);
 
 // Check anti-downgrade fuses
 check_downgrade();
 
 // Setup memory controllers
 enable_mem_ctl();
  
 // Clear SYS_CLK_DIVISOR
 *(u32 *)CLK_SOURCE_SYS = 0;
 
 // Place I2C5 in reset
 u32 rst_dev_h_val = *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_H;
 rst_dev_h_val &= ~(0x8000);
 rst_dev_h_val |= 0x8000;
 *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_H = rst_dev_h_val;
 
 // Program the HOST1X clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_L, CLK_OUT_ENB_L, CLK_SOURCE_HOST1X and CLK_L_HOST1X
 enable_host1x_clkrst();
 
 // Program the TSEC clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_U, CLK_OUT_ENB_U, CLK_SOURCE_TSEC and CLK_U_TSEC
 enable_tsec_clkrst();
 
 // Program the SOR_SAFE clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_Y, CLK_OUT_ENB_Y and CLK_Y_SOR_SAFE
 enable_sor_safe_clkrst();
 
 // Program the SOR0 clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_X, CLK_OUT_ENB_X and CLK_X_SOR0
 enable_sor0_clkrst();
 
 // Program the SOR1 clock and resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_X, CLK_OUT_ENB_X, CLK_SOURCE_SOR1 and CLK_X_SOR1
 enable_sor1_clkrst();
 
 // Program the KFUSE clock resets
 // Uses RST_DEVICES_H, CLK_OUT_ENB_H and CLK_H_KFUSE
 enable_kfuse_clkrst();
 
 // Clear the Falcon DMA control register
 *(u32 *)FALCON_DMACTL = 0;
 
 // Enable Falcon IRQs
 *(u32 *)FALCON_IRQMSET = 0xFFF2;
 
 // Enable Falcon IRQs
 *(u32 *)FALCON_IRQDEST = 0xFFF0;
 
 // Enable Falcon interfaces
 *(u32 *)FALCON_ITFEN = 0x03;
 
 // Wait for Falcon's DMA engine to be idle
 wait_flcn_dma_idle();
 
 // Set DMA transfer base address to 0x40010E00>> 0x08
 *(u32 *)FALCON_DMATRFBASE = 0x40010E;
 
 u32 trf_mode = 0;     // A value of 0 sets FALCON_DMATRFCMD_IMEM
 u32 dst_offset = 0;
 u32 src_offset = 0;
 
 // Load code into Falcon (0x100 bytes at a time)
 while (src_offset < 0x2900)
 {
    flcn_load_firm(trf_mode, src_offset, dst_offset);
    src_offset += 0x100;
    dst_offset += 0x100;
 }
 
 // Set magic value in host1x scratch space
 *(u32 *)0x50003300 = 0x34C2E1DA;
 
 // Clear Falcon scratch1 MMIO
 *(u32 *)FALCON_SCRATCH1 = 0;
 
 // Set Falcon boot key version in scratch0 MMIO
 *(u32 *)FALCON_SCRATCH0 = 0x01;
 
 // Set Falcon's boot vector address
 *(u32 *)FALCON_BOOTVEC = 0;
 
 // Signal Falcon's CPU
 *(u32 *)FALCON_CPUCTL = 0x02;
 
 // Infinite loop
 deadlock();
Panic

If a panic occurs, all sensitive memory contents are cleared, the security engine and fuse programming are disabled and the boot processor is left in a halted state.

 // Clear all stack contents
 clear_stack();
 
 // Terminate the security engine
 disable_se();
 
 // Set FUSE_DIS_PGM
 // Disables fuse programming until next reboot
 disable_fuse_pgm();
 
 // Clear temporary key storage memory
 clear_mem();
 
 // Clear the PK11 blob from memory
 clear_pk11_blob();
 
 // Halt the boot processor
 while (true)
    *(u32 *)FLOW_CTLR_HALT_COP_EVENTS = (FLOW_MODE_STOP | HALT_COP_EVENT_JTAG);
Anti-downgrade

See Anti-downgrade.

Memory controllers

After disabling fuse programming, the bootloader configures the EMC and MEM/MC. It additionally disables QSPI resets and programs a special aperture designed for AHB redirected access to IRAM.

 
 // Initialize EMC's clock source
 u32 emc_clk_src_val = *(u32 *)PERIPH_CLK_SOURCE_EMC;
 *(u32 *)PERIPH_CLK_SOURCE_EMC = (emc_clk_src_val | 0x40000000);
 
 // Enable CLK_H_EMC
 u32 clk_out_enb_h_val = *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_H;
 clk_out_enb_h_val &= ~(0x2000000);
 clk_out_enb_h_val |= 0x2000000;
 *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_H = clk_out_enb_h_val;
 
 // Enable CLK_H_MEM
 clk_out_enb_h_val = *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_H;
 clk_out_enb_h_val &= ~(0x01);
 clk_out_enb_h_val |= 0x01;
 *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_H = clk_out_enb_h_val;
 
 // Enable CLK_X_EMC_DLL
 u32 clk_out_enb_x_val = *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_X;
 clk_out_enb_x_val &= ~(0x4000);
 clk_out_enb_x_val |= 0x4000;
 *(u32 *)CLK_OUT_ENB_SET_X = clk_out_enb_x_val;
 
 // Enable RST_H_EMC and RST_H_MEM
 *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_SET_H = 0x2000001;
 
 // Wait a while
 mdelay(0x05);
 
 // Disable RST_Y_QSPI
 u32 rst_clr_y_val = *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_CLR_Y;
 rst_clr_y_val &= ~(0x80000);
 rst_clr_y_val |= 0x80000;
 *(u32 *)RST_DEVICES_CLR_Y = rst_clr_y_val;
 
 // Refresh MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL
 // Should be set to 0 (MC_ENABLE_IRAM_CFG_WRITES)
 u32 mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val = *(u32 *)MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL;
 *(u32 *)MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL = mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val;
 
 // Set base and top addresses for AHB redirected IRAM path
 // This allows devices like the GPU to access this range
 *(u32 *)MC_IRAM_BOM = 0x40000000;
 *(u32 *)MC_IRAM_TOM = 0x4003F000;
 
 // Read back MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL
 mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val = *(u32 *)MC_IRAM_REG_CTRL;
 	
 return mc_iram_reg_ctrl_val;

[6.2.0+] MC_IRAM_TOM is now set to 0x80000000 to allow TSEC to access IRAM and all MMIO.

Key generation

After the security engine is ready and before decrypting the next stage, the bootloader initializes and generates several keys into hardware keyslots. For more details on the Switch's cryptosystem, please see this page.

[6.2.0+] The key generation process was moved into an encrypted TSEC payload.

Selection

Depending on FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4 and FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5 different static seeds are selected for key generation.

 // Initialize keyslots 0x0C and 0x0D as readable
 init_keyslot(0x0C, 0x15);
 init_keyslot(0x0D, 0x15);
 
 // Find the BCT's data address from IRAM header
 u32 bct_data_addr = *(u32 *)bct_imem_addr + 0x4C;
 u32 bct_customer_data_addr = *(u32 *)bct_data_addr + 0x450;
 
 // Wrapper to get unit type from FUSE_RESERVED_ODM4
 // This tells if the device is retail or debug
 bool is_retail = is_unit_retail();
 
 u32 master_static_seed_addr = 0;
 u32 master_static_seed_size = 0;
 
 if (is_retail)
 {
    // Read FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5
    // This tells which master key to use
    u32 master_key_ver = read_fuse_spare_bit_5();
 
    // Invalid for retail
    if (!master_key_ver)
       panic();
    else
    {
       master_static_seed_addr = static_seed1_addr;
       master_static_seed_size = 0x10;
 
       // Generate retail keys
       generate_retail_keys(bct_customer_data_addr, static_seed_addr, static_seed_size);
    }
 }
 else
 {
    // Read FUSE_SPARE_BIT_5
    // This tells which master key to use
    u32 master_key_ver = read_fuse_spare_bit_5();
 
    // Use debug key set
    if (!master_key_ver)
    {
       // Read the first byte of the BCT RSA PSS signature
       u8 rsa_pss_1_byte = *(u8 *)bct_data_addr + 0x210;
 
       if (rsa_pss_1_byte == 0x11)
       {
          master_static_seed_addr = static_seed6_addr;
          master_static_seed_size = 0x10;
       }
       else	                          
       {
          master_static_seed_addr = static_seed7_addr;
          master_static_seed_size = 0x10;
       }
 
       // Generate debug keys
       generate_debug_keys(static_seed_addr, static_seed_size);
    }
    else
    {
       // Read the first byte of the BCT RSA PSS signature
       u8 rsa_pss_1_byte = *(u8 *)bct_data_addr + 0x210;
 
       if (rsa_pss_1_byte == 0x4F)		// Different key as in retail mode
       {
          master_static_seed_addr = static_seed0_addr;
          master_static_seed_size = 0x10;
       }
       else	                                // Same key as in retail mode
       {
          master_static_seed_addr = static_seed1_addr;
          master_static_seed_size = 0x10;
       }
 
       // Generate retail keys
       generate_retail_keys(bct_customer_data_addr, master_static_seed_addr, master_static_seed_size);
    }
 }
 
 // Initialize keyslots 0x0C and 0x0D as unreadable
 init_keyslot(0x0C, 0xFF);
 init_keyslot(0x0D, 0xFF);
 
 return;
generate_retail_keys

In order to generate retail keys, the bootloader starts by initializing TSEC and grabbing it's device key. Using static seeds and the SBK, the keyblob injected into the BCT's customer_data is validated and decrypted. The resulting keys will then be used to generate the master static key and the master device key.

See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.

 u32 in_addr = 0;
 u32 in_size = 0;
 u32 out_addr = 0;
 u32 out_size = 0;
 u32 keyslot = 0;
 u32 keyslot_dst = 0;
 
 // Get the TSEC device key
 tsec_get_device_key(tsec_device_key_addr, 0x10);
 
 // Install the TSEC device key into keyslot 0x0D
 set_keyslot_data(0x0D, tsec_device_key_addr, 0x10);
 
 in_addr = static_seed2_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 out_addr = keyblob_device_key_addr;
 out_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0D;
 
 // Use the tsec_device_key (keyslot 0x0D) to decrypt the static_seed2
 // This generates the keyblob_device_key
 aes_ecb_decrypt(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = keyblob_device_key_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0E;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0D;
 
 // Use SBK (keyslot 0x0E) to further decrypt the
 // keyblob_device_key and install it into keyslot 0x0D
 // This will generate the keyblob_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 // Clear SBK and SSK keyslots
 clear_keyslot(0x0E);
 clear_keyslot(0x0F);
 
 in_addr = static_seed4_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0D;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0B;
 
 // Use keyblob_key (keyslot 0x0D) to decrypt the
 // static_seed4_addr and install it to keyslot 0x0B
 // This will generate the bct_mac_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = bct_customer_data_addr + 0x10;
 in_size = 0xA0;
 out_addr = mac_addr;
 out_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0B;
 
 // Use the bct_mac_key (keyslot 0x0B) to generate
 // CMAC over bct_customer_data_addr + 0x10
 aes_cmac(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 // Compare the generated hash with the first
 // 0x10 bytes of bct_customer_data
 bool match = safe_memcmp(mac_addr, bct_customer_data_addr, 0x10);
 
 // Hashes don't match
 if (!match)
    panic();
 
 in_addr = bct_customer_data_addr + 0x20;
 in_size = 0x90;
 ctr_addr = bct_customer_data_addr + 0x10;
 ctr_size = 0x10;
 out_addr = dec_payload_addr;
 out_size = 0x90;
 keyslot = 0x0D;
 
 // AES-CTR decrypt
 // Use the keyblob_key (keyslot 0x0D) to decrypt bct_customer_data_addr + 0x20
 // using bct_customer_data_addr + 0x10 as CTR
 aes_ctr_decrypt(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size, ctr_addr, ctr_size);
 
 // Install the last decrypted keyblob key into keyslot 0x0B
 // This is the pk11_key
 set_keyslot_data(0x0B, dec_payload_addr + 0x80, 0x10);
 
 // Install the first decrypted keyblob key into keyslot 0x0C
 // This is the master_static_kek
 set_keyslot_data(0x0C, dec_payload_addr, 0x10);
 
 // Clear out the decrypted data
 memclear(dec_payload_addr, 0x90);
 
 in_addr = master_static_seed_addr;
 in_size = master_static_seed_size;
 keyslot = 0x0C;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0C;
 
 // Use the master_static_kek (keyslot 0x0C) to decrypt
 // master_static_seed and install it into keyslot 0x0C
 // This will generate the master_static_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = static_seed3_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0D;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0D;
 
 // Use keyblob_key (keyslot 0x0D) to decrypt
 // static_seed3_addr and install it into keyslot 0x0D
 // This will generate the master_device_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 return;
generate_debug_keys

In order to generate debug keys, the bootloader only uses static seeds, the SBK and the SSK.

See the pseudocode bellow for the detailed process.

 u32 in_addr = 0;
 u32 in_size = 0;
 u32 keyslot = 0;
 u32 keyslot_dst = 0;
 
 in_addr = static_seed8_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0E;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0B;
 
 // Use SBK (keyslot 0x0E) to decrypt the
 // static_seed8 and install it to keyslot 0x0B
 // This will generate debug_pk11_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = static_seed5_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0E;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0C;
 
 // Use SBK (keyslot 0x0E) to decrypt the
 // static_seed5 and install it to keyslot 0x0C
 // This will generate debug_master_static_kek
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = static_seed9_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0F;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0D;
 
 // Use SSK (keyslot 0x0F) to decrypt the
 // static_seed9 and install it to keyslot 0x0D
 // This will generate debug_keyblob_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 // Clear SBK and SSK keyslots
 clear_keyslot(0x0E);
 clear_keyslot(0x0F);
 
 in_addr = master_static_seed_addr;
 in_size = master_static_seed_size;
 keyslot = 0x0C;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0C;
 
 // Use the debug_master_static_kek (keyslot 0x0C) to decrypt the
 // master_static_seed and install it to keyslot 0x0C
 // This will generate the master_static_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 in_addr = static_seed3_addr;
 in_size = 0x10;
 keyslot = 0x0D;
 keyslot_dst = 0x0D;
 
 // Use debug_keyblob_key (keyslot 0x0D) to decrypt the
 // static_seed3 and install it to keyslot 0x0D
 // This will generate the master_device_key
 decrypt_keyslot(keyslot_dst, keyslot, in_addr, in_size);
 
 return;

Package1 (PK11)

This blob is stored encrypted inside the package and is decrypted by package1ldr.

Encryption

The encrypted blob is prepended with it's CTR and total image size. After checking the image's size against an hardcoded value (can change on firmware updates), the image is AES-CTR decrypted and the keyslot used for decryption is immediately cleared.

 // Maximum encrypted blob's size on firmware version 1.0.0
 u32 max_pk11_enc_blob_size = 0x29000;
 
 u32 pk11_enc_blob_size = *(u32 *)pk11_blob_addr;
 u32 pk11_enc_blob_ctr_addr = pk11_blob_addr + 0x10; 
 u32 pk11_enc_blob_addr = pk11_blob_addr + 0x20;
 
 // Validate the encrypted blob's size
 if (pk11_enc_blob_size > max_pk11_enc_blob_size)
    panic();
 
 u32 in_addr = pk11_enc_blob_addr;
 u32 in_size = pk11_enc_blob_size;
 u32 ctr_addr = pk11_enc_blob_ctr_addr;
 u32 ctr_size = 0x10;
 u32 out_addr = pk11_dec_blob_addr;
 u32 out_size = pk11_dec_blob_size;
 u32 keyslot = 0x0B;
 
 // AES-CTR decrypt
 // Use the pk11_key (keyslot 0x0B) to decrypt the blob in place
 aes_ctr_decrypt(out_addr, out_size, keyslot, in_addr, in_size, ctr_addr, ctr_size);
 
 // Clear pk11_key keyslot
 clear_keyslot(0x0B);
 
 // Validate the decrypted blob
 // Checks the "PK11" magic and some pk11 header fields
 bool is_valid = check_pk11_header(pk11_dec_blob_addr, pk11_dec_blob_size);
 
 // Invalid PK11 image
 if (!is_valid)
    panic();
 
 u32 pk11_header_size = 0x20;
 u32 pk11_sec1_offset = *(u32 *)pk11_dec_blob_addr + 0x14;
 u32 pk11_sec2_size = *(u32 *)pk11_dec_blob_addr + 0x18;
 
 // Calculate NX bootloader's entrypoint
 u32 nx_boot_addr = (pk11_dec_blob_addr + pk11_header_size + pk11_sec1_offset + pk11_sec2_size);
 		
 return nx_boot_addr;

Header

When decrypted, the blob is encapsulated in the following header.

Offset Size Description
0x0 4 Magic "PK11"
0x4 4 Section 0 size
0x8 4 Section 0 offset
0xC 4 Unknown
0x10 4 Section 1 size
0x14 4 Section 1 offset
0x18 4 Section 2 size
0x1C 4 Section 2 offset

What each section is used for may vary per system-version.

Section 0

This section contains the warmboot binary.

Section 1

This section contains the NX bootloader, which is run after the initial bootloader in package1.

Section 2

This section contains the Secure Monitor binary.

Mariko

This package is now distributed in a custom, signed and encrypted format.

Offset Size Description
0x0 0x110 Cryptographic signature
0x0000: CryptoHash (empty)
0x0010: RsaPssSig
0x110 0x20 Random block
0x130 0x20 SHA256 hash over package1 data
0x150 0x4 Version
0x154 0x4 Length
0x158 0x4 LoadAddress
0x15C 0x4 EntryPoint
0x160 0x10 Reserved
0x170 Variable Package1 data
0x0170: Header
0x0190: Body (encrypted)