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Help and Howtos on Cryptography Hardware
Possum was a thought experiment in doing an open source design competition to build a new-get signing server.
Howto on setting up a Gemplus Twin and Gemsafe PKI card under Ubuntu/Debian
Howto on setting up Firefox and Thuderbird in Ubuntu/Debian to make use of OpenSC
Howto on using PAM + OpenSC to do system authentication in Ubuntu/Debian
Howto on using SSH + OpenSC to do remote system authentication in Ubuntu/Debian
Tess small program coded in php/php-gtk to provide a platform independent PKI to CAcert interface
OpenSC is an abstract layer that programs can utilise to access a vast multitude of Cryptographic Hardware devices.
We have a requirement list for SmartCards that should be handed out to all Smartcard vendors.
Under Windows !
We need more specific windows based stuff. having debian/ubuntu is nice, and im glad we do, but that doesnt help the majority of us using windows
Find some hints using German Privacy Foundation's CryptoStick with different applications.
Well, ID Ally under Windows (2K/XP Pro) is nice with Firefox and Thunderbird with the Axalto Cyberflex 32K and 64K through PKCS11 support.
A very pleasant way to log in CAcert web site
Works fine with CAcert (also Thawte)... Take care... once generated on the token you cannot retrieve the private keys !
http://www.market.axalto.com/ (for shopping)
Work also with a muscle applet loaded first without ID_Ally.
Also ID Ally connect to an internet server when loading/reinstalling a smartcard !
contact homer dot simpson at grhq dot net for any question
Usefull links about Smartcards
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Smart-Card-HOWTO/index.html (general information)
http://lair.fifthhorseman.net/~dkg/egate/index.html (etoken on Debian)