openpgp -> pkcs #11
wk at gnupg.org
Mon Jan 6 12:40:21 CET 2014
On Sun, 5 Jan 2014 16:20, nmav at gnutls.org said:
> If you are referring to the openpgp card opensc driver, it is really far
I mean www.scute.org - there is a Debian package for it:
OpenPGP smartcard plugin for Mozilla Network Security Services Scute is
a PKCS #11 implementation for the GnuPG Agent using the GnuPG Smart
Card Daemon which enables you to use your OpenPGP smart card for client
authentication with SSL in Mozilla.
> Indeed it is, but it is not much more than other security-related
> standards (see X.509 and PKIX). Nevertheless, a card or a module needs
No, it is very different from that. PKIX is a protocol description and
not an API description.
> mainly by free software (NSS is fully using PKCS #11, gnutls uses it for
Because NSS used to be a proprietary way longer than Mozilla.
> such as the openpgp card to integrate seamlessly in all that software.
Use Scute and add the missing parts (encryption) ;-)
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