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Smartcard Focus or Syncrotech. Choosing algorithms and key sizes RSA is the traditional algorithm Keys shorter than bits are considered insecure Most cards support a maximum of bits Some people feel that is not sufficient Elliptic Curve Cryptography ECC is a more modern algorithm key sizes are shorter e. In the best cases, it is possible to build working solutions without using any non-free or binary artifacts from the vendor, except for those in the card itself. By definition, a smartcard is a secure device and the software can not be changed at will. In such case, we try to list such unsupported version s with the tag not-supported.

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Some vendors provide binary closed source drivers for Linux, but it is not always necessary us use these drivers. Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt.

It only supports readers which have capability of auto configuration. Smart card vendors are showing a preference for supporting ECC in future projects: This software is rarely free software within the principles of the Debian Free Software Guidelines – however, the software on the Debian system is completely geemplus.

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CategoryHardware Smartcards last modified Smartcards last modified All cards, readers and software are not interchangeable. Smartcard Focus or Syncrotech.

By definition, a smartcard is a secure device and the software can not be changed at will. In the best cases, it is possible to build working solutions without using any non-free or binary artifacts from usv vendor, except for those in the card itself. It’s essentially here so people can find it: This page describes the PKCS 11 style cards.

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Smartcards tokken used with cryptographic keys to ensure that their private half is never on any hard disk or other general storage device, and therefore that it cannot possibly be stolen because there’s only one possible copy of it. Choosing algorithms and key sizes RSA is the traditional algorithm Keys shorter than bits are considered insecure Most cards support a maximum of bits Some people feel that is not sufficient Elliptic Curve Cryptography ECC is a more modern algorithm key sizes are shorter e.

Most physical key “dongles” also implement a chip card interface device CCID and so can be used as smartcards, even though you can never remove the smartcard from the “reader”.

For the GnuPG use-case signing emailthey are easy to use and therefore quite popular – however, to use a card for general purpose activities such as web authentication, VPN and disk encryption, they may not be satisfactory. Supported Hardware This list is not exhaustive.

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By carefully tkken the right combination of smart cards and card readers, a fully functional system can be implemented with Debian There are two main types of solution on Debian, the OpenPGP based cards or the PKCS 11 style cards. In such case, we try to list such unsupported version s with the tag not-supported. Advanced Card Systems Package: