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how to decrypt Xilinx IPCORE source code

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ali_asadzadeh:
Hi,
Found this one on a random search,
https://www.fpgarelated.com/showthread/comp.arch.fpga/81295-1.php
Do you have any suggestions?

rstofer:
Seems to be theft of Intellectual Property if used or disclosed.
If cores are made available under license, comply with the terms.  Pay the fee or write your own.

dtodorov:

--- Quote from: ali_asadzadeh on June 04, 2021, 12:12:35 pm ---Hi,
Found this one on a random search,
https://www.fpgarelated.com/showthread/comp.arch.fpga/81295-1.php
Do you have any suggestions?

--- End quote ---

Suggestions for what? Xilinx offers basically a ton of free IP for users of low-end cores, on github and internet in general it's full of examples. I see this is more of a proof-of-hacking excercise rather than actually useful to decrypt any design.

PS. This is like 10+ years old thread.

ebastler:

--- Quote from: ali_asadzadeh on June 04, 2021, 12:12:35 pm ---Do you have any suggestions?

--- End quote ---

My suggestion would be to leave it alone.

ali_asadzadeh:
I was thinking if Xilinx or Microsoft or other companies can not protect their own IP with encryption, why they sell it to ppl!? :palm:

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