AMD SEV-SNP Finally Being Merged In Linux 5.19 To Enhance Confidential Computing

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Last year with the launch of AMD EPYC 7003 “Milan” processors one of the new security features was SEV-SNP, or the “Secure Nested Paging” update to the Secure Encrypted Virtualization functionality that has built up with succeeding EPYC generations. While AMD published out-of-tree kernel patches in a GitHub repository to enable SEV-SNP and has been volleying several revisions to them on the kernel mailing list, one year later it’s finally arriving in mainline with the Linux 5.19 kernel…

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