Re: Secured data in PIC32MZ inernal flash
I must have misexplained the problem.
Imagine that I program my PIC with a code including a password registered at address 0x9D010000, and that I have activated the code protect.
Indeed, an attacker will not be able to read the chip with an external programmer.
However, if the attacker makes a simple program with the code protect still active, that reads and sends the value registered at address 0x9D010000 on a serial port, and programs the PIC with the option to preserve the memory zone adress 0x9D010000. Will he be able to recover the password?