I've been working on a project that includes an ATECC508 crypto chip. I've got a chip in a the AT88CK101 expansion board for the XPRO/AT88 microbase. Now, I want to configure it using ACES (version 6.0.2) to hold a private key in a slot. My private-public ECC keypair for this test is generated using OpenSSL.
However, I've hit a wall I can't seem to get past, and I'd appreciate some help. ACES (and the signing utilities that come with it) expect all sorts of odd file extensions (priv.xml, .excs, .per) that it defines nowhere. It's not exactly clear to me what I should supply and where.
I've also used the command builder tool to try and load in the private key. However, this returns a "KitStatusUnknown" error for which I also can't find anything. It seems to read the chip just fine when you refresh the configuration/lock zone summaries though.
The help files are of little use (to me) and I can't seem to find any relevant application notes or guides. Am I just missing something incredibly obvious?