making (future) OpenPGP cards without PIN pad safer

mls at mls at
Thu Nov 22 08:30:36 CET 2012

On Wednesday, 21. November 2012, 21:45:31 Hauke Laging wrote:
> 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
> problem).
But it is also much more convenient. I personally would prefer a card with a 
integrated keyboard over using TANs.



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