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RE: Smart card help
From: Xu He <xuhe () yahoo com>
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 19:29:13 -0800 (PST)

Take a look at the ikey or ActivCard ActivKey.  They are SmartCard and reader
in one, so you don't have to carry a reader around all the time.  It's also
plug and play, works great in Windows environment.  I think it is probably an
expensive implementation of PKI.  Usually people use PKI as a cheap form of two
factor authentication, and adding a smart card just cost you about $40-50 extra
per user.  However, the technology is cool though. IMHO



--- Chris Gordon <chris.gordon () gettyimages com> wrote:
I don't know if this is what you're looking for but
check out www.phoneboy.com
I found this there...it looks like Checkpoint NG will work with the smart
card.
check
http://www.opsec.com/solutions/sec_smartcard_token.html
http://www.opsec.com/

RE: [fw1-wizards] SecuRemote and PKCS#11


To: fw1-wizards () lists phoneboy com
Subject: RE: [fw1-wizards] SecuRemote and PKCS#11
From: Randall Paige <rpaige () verisign com>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001 17:42:21 -0700
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According to Checkpoint:

NextGeneration is Full smart card/PKI integration through native CAPI
support.
This information is direct from the beta site release notes for
SecureClient/SecureRemote.
If you want to beta the NG version, you can sign up at

http://www.checkpoint.com/beta/


-----Original Message-----
From: heinz zerbes [mailto:heinz.zerbes () integralis ch]
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 8:46 AM
To: fw1-wizards () lists phoneboy com
Subject: [fw1-wizards] SecuRemote and PKCS#11


Hello wizards,

does anyone has information about the possibility
of storing (X.509-) certificates on smartcards and access
them from SecuRemote through PKCS#11 (or CAPI?)
as opposed to importing (and storing) them into the
SecuRemote software directly?

Thanks for any comment,
heinz

-----Original Message-----
From: lists () kentane net [mailto:lists () kentane net]
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 4:44 AM
To: security-basics () security-focus com
Subject: Smart card help


Greetings Gurus,
Just wondering if anyone could help. I have a certain proggie that connects 
to a server. The proggie can use certificated generated by the server to 
log onto the server. When you log onto the server with the proggie then the 
proggie asks for either a username or a certificate path.

What I would like to do is to use a smart card to log onto the server. Any 
ideas how I could go about doing this?

BTW, the proggie is the Checkpoint GUI client. I have tried the CP list, no 
one seems to know coz no one replied.

Ciao


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