IBM 4767 Cryptographic Coprocessor Security Module
Moved to historical list due to sunsetting
Security Level Exceptions
- Mitigation of Other Attacks: N/A
The IBM 4767 PCIe Cryptographic Coprocessor Hardware Security Module is in the form of a programmable PCIe card that offloads computationally intensive cryptographic processes from the hosting server, and performs sensitive tasks within a secured tamper responding hardware boundary. This evolutionary design builds on previous generations of IBM cryptographic technology, improving performance over its predecessors. The IBM 4767 is supported on select IBM Z processors as the Crypto Express5S feature and on select x86 systems and Power servers.
P/Ns 4767-001, P/N: 00LU348-N37040 POST0 v0110 MB0 v0102, 4767-002, P/N: 00LV498-N37015 POST0 v0123 MB0 v0121, 4767-002, P/N: 00LV498-N37493 POST0 v0123 MB0 v0121, 4767-002, P/N: 00LV498-N37867 POST0 v0123 MB0 v0121, 4767-002, P/N: 03FM669-H07054 POST0 v0123 MB0 v0121 and 4767-002, P/N: 03GN979-N38170 POST0 v0123 MB0 v0121
5.3.19 P0130 M0130 P0130 F0D01 (E2157B6F)