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How to setup USB Smart Card Hardware PKCS11 signing on Linux | PDF Studio Knowledge Base
If you have installed Cygwin http: After rebooting the operating system should recognize etokn eToken automatically when it is inserted a red light will start to glow inside the eToken.
If you have installed the etoken-mkproxy RPM you can access your eToken using the pkcstool command:. The OpenSC project http: A very easy method for importing or removing keys in your eToken is to add the eToken as a Security Device in Firefox.
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These tokens are so-called smartcards with a USB form factor. After initializing or reformatting your eToken you must initialize the user password ‘PIN’ before you can store any data on it.
How to setup USB Smart Card Hardware PKCS11 signing on Linux
Due to licensing restrictions we cannot supply the eToken drivers and libraries on this site, these need to be downloaded from Aladdin. Versions up to and including 0. Note Currently you can only initialize your eToken on the Windows platform. If you have installed the eToken PRO mkproxy package and the Aladdin drivers, you can open a terminal window with a command prompt and type with the token inserted, of course:.
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Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link. To unpack the Linux archive, the rar command is required. If your PIN is more than 12 characters then you will not be able to access your eToken using openssl commandsnor will you be able to generate grid proxies using your eToken! A very secure way to store grid certificates is on an Aladdin eToken http: Note This works only if you are logged in locally on the Windows machine.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Instructions for obtaining and installing the software for Debian based systems can be found here.
This, in theory, makes such a device ideal for storing sensitive data such as grid certificates. This is explained in Lihux an Aladdin eToken with firefox.
The public part of an X certificate can be accessed by an application, but the corresponding private key can never be copied off an eToken.