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CoolKey PKCS #11 PKI Module for Smart Cards

Linux Driver support for the CoolKey and CAC products. CoolKeys are
part of a complete PKI solution that provides smart card login, single
sign-on, secure messaging, and secure email access. In the complete
solution, users are issued CoolKeys by their employer, ISP, bank, or
other parties. When the user plugs the keys in for the first time, the
keys are automatically provisioned with certificates, keys, and a PIN,
unique for that user by the Red Hat Certificate System. Once the
CoolKey is provisioned, the user can take the key to any system and use
it to login (authenticate), send and receive signed and encrypted
email, or participate in secure messaging or IRC communication. Using a
CoolKey should be as easy as starting a car. To accomplish that vision,
we are focusing on building complete support for CoolKey on exactly one
token. As the system is built out, we can add token support. CoolKeys
are based on JavaCard 1.2. We are testing with Axalto Egate Cyberflex
cards, which are available in both smart card and USB Fob form factors.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
coolkey-1.1.0-evoandooo.patch 0000000428 428 Bytes almost 15 years
coolkey-1.1.0.tar.bz2 0000313668 306 KB almost 15 years
coolkey-amflags.patch 0000000225 225 Bytes almost 15 years
coolkey-cache-dir-move.patch 0000004870 4.76 KB over 14 years
coolkey-configure-syntax-error.patch 0000000405 405 Bytes almost 15 years
coolkey-implicit-declaration.patch 0000002935 2.87 KB over 14 years
coolkey-null.patch 0000000866 866 Bytes over 14 years
coolkey-string-literal-comparison.patch 0000000616 616 Bytes almost 15 years
coolkey.changes 0000000684 684 Bytes over 14 years
coolkey.spec 0000004754 4.64 KB over 14 years
ready 0000000000 0 Bytes almost 15 years
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