Major problems with gpg and scdaemon, help highly appriciated
juergen at bruckner.email
Sat Nov 14 20:39:43 CET 2020
Well I don't have any experiences with other cards than these from
Zeitcontrol and the tokens from Yubikey and Nitrokey.
I know that the Yubikey5 supports PGP operations via RFID as a few
customers from me use it with their mobile devices.
But as Werner stated in his e-mail before it may be a 'problem' specific
with GnuPG as it doesn't support wireless operation for security reasons.
And I really don't know if another OpenPGP implementation does support
This was already a big issue with Mozilla's Thunderbird 78 and it's
native implementation of OpenPGP instead of Enigmail.
Sorry that I can't help in a better way!
best regards and a great weekend
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Am 14.11.20 um 20:08 schrieb 22h39 via Gnupg-users:
> Sorry Jorgen for the mail I missclicked.
> As can be seen in the logs I'm using a NXP J3H145 card with this applet: https://github.com/ANSSI-FR/SmartPGP which is compliant with OpenPGP spec V3.4.
> I can assure that this card __works__ via RFID since I can easily sign files using it and OpenKeychain on my phone, the problem here is created by GPG in conjunction with the reader.
> Thanks for help,
> Nov 14, 2020, 19:58 by gnupg-users at gnupg.org:
>> What kind of OpenPGP card do you use?
>> The OpenPGP Smart Card V3.3 + MiFare DESFire  don't support PGP operations via RFID.
>>  https://www.floss-shop.de/en/security-privacy/smartcards/4/openpgp-smart-card-v3.3-mifare-desfire
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>> Am 14.11.20 um 19:45 schrieb 22h39 via Gnupg-users:
>>> I don't understand, then how is OpenKeychain able to use OpenPGP cards via RFID?
>>> I can sucessfully sign using this card via my phone but It won't work with the reader connected to the computer.
>>> Looking at the logs, the card exchanges exactly the same apdus when using the contact and contactless interface so all points to some weird bug in gpg.
>>> Thanks for help,
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