signatures using S-Trust smart card
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Fri Jan 19 17:42:13 CET 2007
Christoph Anton Mitterer <calestyo at scientia.net> writes:
>> it seems that the key
>> in question is the non-qualified one so it's not a legal signature
> Do you mean that these are not "real" certificates according to SigG?
The S-Trust card contains two certificates: one for "qualifizierte
Signaturen" and one for "fortgeschrittene Signaturen".
I suppose that's what he is talking about.
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