Support for SmartCard-HSM
cryptostick at privacyfoundation.de
Sun Nov 10 12:11:32 CET 2013
Implementations  and  aren't ready for prime time. Instead you may
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Am 07.11.2013 15:50, schrieb Andreas Schwier:
> O.K. then it's probably easier to allow our customers to load one of the
> available OpenPGP JavaCard applets onto their device.
> So far I've found three different implementations
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/javacardopenpgp/
>  https://github.com/FluffyKaon/OpenPGP-Card
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/jopenpgpcard/
> Do you happen to know which one works best with GnuPG ?
> On 11/07/2013 03:28 PM, Werner Koch wrote:
>> On Wed, 6 Nov 2013 14:02, andreas.schwier.ml at cardcontact.de said:
>>> types. However gpg with --card-status and --card-edit seems to only
>>> support the OpenPGP card.
>> Right. If you want to use a smartcard with GnuPG the card needs to be
>> compliant to the OpenPGP card spec. We don't want to support a bunch of
>> incompatible cards in gpg. However, with 2.1 you should be able to
>> convince gpg to work with arbitrary cards as long as they are supported
>> by scdaemon. However, "gpg --card-status" et al won't work which such
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