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opensc


       tokens


DESCRIPTION

       The  opensc project aims to provide a set of libraries and
       programs for manipulating smart cards.  The opensc  utili­
       ties  and libraries can be used with ISO 7816-4 compatible
       cards providing basic, ISO filesystem  manipulation.   The
       primary  goal  of  opensc,  however, is to support crypto­
       graphic functionality made possible by PKCS #15 compatible
       cards.

       Functionality  includes PIN-protected, on-card private and
       public key storage, message signing/verification  and  key
       generation.

       opensc libraries are built on top of PC/SC-lite middleware
       and can use any reader devices supported by it.


OTHER FEATURES

       PAM library.
       OpenSSH integration.
       PKCS #11 integration.


SUPPORTED CARDS

       As of this writing, opensc is known to support the follow­
       ing PKCS #15 compatible cards.
              Finnish FINEID (SetCOS)
              Swedish Posten eID (SetCOS)
              Schlumberger Cryptoflex 16k and 8k
              Gemplus GPK 4000, 8000 and 16000
              MioCOS 1.1
              TCOS 2.0


SEE ALSO

       opensc-tool(1),   opensc-explorer(1),    opensc-config(1),
       pkcs15(7),         pkcs15-init(1),         pkcs15-tool(1),
       pkcs15-crypt(1), cryptoflex-tool(1), http://www.opensc.org


AUTHOR

       This    manpage    was   contributed   by   Joe   Phillips
       <joe.phillips@innovationsw.com>, for the Debian  GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).

                        September 3, 2002               opensc(7)
  
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