For the moment, Software Guard Extensions are the only Intel offering available. But after discussing real-world use of SGX, Rao moved on to future Intel technologies—specifically, full-memory encryption. Intel refers to its version of full-memory encryption as TME (Total Memory Encryption) or MKTME (Multi-Key Total Memory Encryption). Unfortunately, those features are vaporware for the moment. Although Intel submitted an enormous Linux kernel patchset last May for enabling those features, there are still no real-world processors that offer them.
Future Intel CPUs to offer full memory encryption
Posted on Wednesday, Feb 26 2020 @ 22:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck