AW: OpenPGP Smartcard recommendations
anthony at cajuntechie.org
Tue Aug 23 07:53:41 CEST 2016
This looks exactly like what I'm looking for! Thanks for the
recommendation. Definitely going to get one. Many thanks again.
On 8/22/2016 10:38 PM, cornelius.koelbel wrote:
> Hi Anthony,
> You may also take a look at the Nitrokey. Kind regards Cornelius
> Cornelius Kölbel +49 151 2960 1417
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> -------- Ursprüngliche Nachricht -------- Von: Anthony Papillion
> <anthony at cajuntechie.org> Datum: 22.08.16 23:22 (GMT+01:00) An:
> gnupg-users at gnupg.org Betreff: OpenPGP Smartcard recommendations
> Hello Everyone,
> I'm wanting to solidify my key security and I'm just not
> comfortable with having my OpenPGP key on my computer all the time.
> So I'd like to move to a smartcard solution.
> I've gone to the kernelconcepts.de page and tried to contact them
> but it looks like the domain simply isn't accepting mail and the
> site might just be a zombie. So I decided to come here and ask as
> Can anyone recommend a solid OpenPGP smartcard solution that meets
> the following criteria:
> 1) Supports up to 4096 bit RSA keys 2) Generates keys completely on
> the card 3) Can sign, encrypt, decrypt 4) Preferably has some
> tamper resistence 5) Can import an existing RSA key
> Also, since I'm pretty new to smartcard solutions, I'm also in the
> market for a reader. If you have any suggestions for one of those,
> I'd appreciate it too. If it makes a difference, I'm in the USA.
> Thanks, Anthony
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