Trezor Firmware documentation

This documentation can also be found at docs.trezor.io where it is available in a HTML-built version compiled using mdBook.

Welcome to the Trezor Firmware repository. This repository is so called monorepo, it contains several different yet very related projects that together form the Trezor Firmware ecosystem.

Repository Structure

  • ci: Gitlab CI configuration files
  • common/defs: JSON coin definitions and support tables
  • common/protob: Common protobuf definitions for the Trezor protocol
  • common/tools: Tools for managing coin definitions and related data
  • core: Trezor Core, firmware implementation for Trezor T
  • core/systemview: Hardware instrumentation and debugging with SystemView for Trezor T
  • crypto: Stand-alone cryptography library used by both Trezor Core and the Trezor One firmware
  • docs: Assorted documentation
  • legacy: Trezor One firmware implementation
  • python: Python client library and the trezorctl command
  • storage: NORCOW storage implementation used by both Trezor Core and the Trezor One firmware
  • tests: Firmware unit test suite
  • tools: Miscellaneous build and helper scripts
  • vendor: Submodules for external dependencies

Contribute

See CONTRIBUTING.md.

Also please have a look at the docs, either in the docs folder or at docs.trezor.io before contributing. The misc chapter should be read in particular because it contains some useful assorted knowledge.

Security vulnerability disclosure

Please report suspected security vulnerabilities in private to [email protected], also see the disclosure section on the Trezor.io website. Please do NOT create publicly viewable issues for suspected security vulnerabilities.

Note on terminology

The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT", "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in RFC 2119.