Please note that the TKey currently for sale in the web shop is a
provisioned and locked-down version meant for end-users. It's
immediately ready for use.
This means you can't change the bitstream or even read out the bitstream
(or the Unique Device Secret, UDS) from the TKey FPGA configuration
memory even if you break the case and insert it into a programmer board.
We have updated the text on the web shop and will immediately update
other documentation to reflect this.
Even if you can't read out the bitstream from the FPGA you can verify
the TKey you got through the mail with the tkey-verification program
which we point to in:
This won't verify the bitstream itself but it will verify that the
computed CDI is the same as when we provisioned it (thus proving the
presence of the same UDS in the bitstream) and that the firmware is
Michael "MC" Cardell Widerkrantz