Smartcard readers: Cherry ST 2100
kloecker at kde.org
Thu Jan 7 16:56:15 CET 2021
On Donnerstag, 7. Januar 2021 10:47:35 CET Bernhard Reiter wrote:
> just wanted to report that that Cherry ST-2100 smartcard reader
> responded without further configuration on Debian Buster
> with gnupg2-2.2.20-1~bpo10+1.
> Do we have a good place to collect experience reports about devices
> and tokens?
https://wiki.gnupg.org/SmartCard collects some information and further
https://wiki.debian.org/GnuPG/CCID_Driver (referenced on the above page) lists
"smartcard readers and tokens supported by the GnuPG's in-stock CCID driver".
> Just tested gpg --card-status, do we have a good test (plan) or list
> what people would want to know about a cardreader or security token?
> Is it possible to test a security token and then completely reset it
> into the state before (aka factory reset)?
Depends. Some tokens can never be fully reset (e.g. TeleSec NetKey). Others
can be reset for example with gpg --card-edit's factory-reset command (which
may or may not be present in gpg 2.2.20) or with the (currently unreleased)
gpg-card's factory-reset command. (gpg-card, the new administration tool for
smart cards, will be part of GnuPG 2.3.)
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