making (future) OpenPGP cards without PIN pad safer

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Wed Nov 21 21:45:31 CET 2012

Am Mi 21.11.2012, 20:42:38 schrieb Michel Messerschmidt:

> If you want to reduce the dependency on unknown systems, I would
> rather have a look at cards with integrated keypad.
> A future OpenPGP card might take advantage of this feature.

That is more expensive than my proposal but not safer. The only advantage is 
that card usage is not blocked if you need more crypto operations than you 
have TANs available. But that is mainly a question of storage (i.e. no 

PGP: 7D82 FB9F D25A 2CE4 5241 6C37 BF4B 8EEF 1A57 1DF5 (seit 2012-11-04)
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