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Here you can find middleware and drivers for supporting chipcards.

In case of any compatibility problem, update the whole smart card package chain by command:
zypper dup --from security:chipcard

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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. CoolKeys are based on JavaCard 1.2.

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This package is obsolete! The engine_pkcs11 library has been merged into version 0.4.0 and later.

Engine_pkcs11 is an implementation of an engine for OpenSSL. It can be
loaded using code, a configuration file, or the command line and passes
any function call by openssl to a PKCS#11 module. Engine_pkcs11 is
meant to be used with smart cards and software for using smart cards in
PKCS#11 format, such as OpenSC. Originally this engine was a part of
OpenSC until OpenSC was split into several small projects for improved
flexibility.

This package is based on the package 'libassuan' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This is the IPC library used by GnuPG 1.9 and GPGME.

Library to access smart cards.

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Libp11 is a library implementing a small layer on top of PKCS#11 API to make using PKCS#11 implementations easier.

The official name for PKCS#11 is "RSA Security Inc. PKCS #11 Cryptographic Token Interface (Cryptoki)".

Libp11 source code includes the official header files (version 2.20) and thus is "derived from the RSA Security Inc. PKCS #11 Cryptographic Token Interface (Cryptoki)".

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This package is based on the package 'openct' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

OpenCT is a set of library and tools to talk to smart card readers. It
currently supports Towitoko readers, Kobil Kaan, Aladdin eToken,
Cryptoflex eGate, Rainbow iKey 3000, and Eutron Crypto Identity. OpenCT
is used by the OpenSC Smart Card library.

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This package is based on the package 'opensc' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

OpenSC provides a set of libraries and utilities to access smart cards.
Its main focus is on cards that support cryptographic operations. It
facilitates their use in security applications such as mail encryption,
authentication, and digital signature. OpenSC implements the PKCS#11
API so applications supporting this API, such as Mozilla Firefox and
Thunderbird, can use it. OpenSC implements the PKCS#15 standard and
aims to be compatible with every software that does so, too.

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This package is based on the package 'pam_p11' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Pam_p11 is a pluggable authentication module (pam) package for using
cryptographic tokens, such as smart cards and usb crypto tokens, for
authentication.

Pam_p11 uses libp11 to access any PKCS#11 module. It should be
compatible with any implementation, but it is primarely developed using
OpenSC.

Pam_p11 implements two authentication modules:

* pam_p11_openssh authenticates the user using openssh
~/.ssh/authorized_keys file.

* pam_p11_opensc authenticates the user using certificates found in
~/.eid/authorized_certificates. It is compatible with the older
opensc "pam_opensc" authentication module (eid mode).

Pam_p11 is very simple. It has no configuration file, no options other
than the PKCS#11 module file, and does not know about certificate
chains, certificate authorities, revocation lists, or OCSP. It is
perfect for the small installation with no frills.

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This package is based on the package 'pam_pkcs11' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This Linux PAM module allows X.509 certificate-based user
authentication. The certificate and its dedicated private key are
thereby accessed by means of an appropriate PKCS #11 module. For
verification of the users' certificates, locally stored CA certificates
as well as online or locally accessible CRLs are used.

Additionally, the package includes pam_pkcs11-related tools: -
pkcs11_eventmgr: Generate actions on card insert, removal, or
time-out events

- pklogin_finder: Get the login name that maps to a certificate

- pkcs11_inspect: Inspect the contents of a certificate

- make_hash_links: Create hash link directories for storing CAs and
CRLs

This package is based on the package 'pcsc-acr38' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the ACR 38 smart card reader
produced by ACS. This driver is meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite
daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

This package is based on the package 'pcsc-asedriveiiie-serial' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the ASEDrive IIIe Serial smart card
reader, which is meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the
pcsc-lite package.

This package is based on the package 'pcsc-asedriveiiie-usb' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the ASEDrive IIIe USB smart card
reader.

This driver is meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the
pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-asekey' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the ASEKey USB Token, which is meant
to be used with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-ccid' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package provides the source code for a generic USB CCID
(Chip/Smart Card Interface Devices) driver. See [1] for the USB CCID
specifications from the USB working group.

This package contains a generic USB CCID (Chip/Smart Card Interface
Devices) driver, as well as a driver for the GemPC Twin serial reader.

These drivers are meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the
pcsc-lite package.

This package includes the PC/SC IFD handler for the Reiner SCT
Cyberjack pinpad/e-com/RFID USB chipcard readers. The driver is meant to be
used with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

For more information about the reader and software updates see:

http://www.reiner-sct.de/db/reiner-sct.de/html/e-com.html
http://www.reiner-sct.de/db/reiner-sct.de/html/pinpad.html

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-eco5000' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

The lowest driver level is the ECO 5000 CT-API Driver that exposes a
common CT-API interface. This interface allows access to the terminal
using the Card Terminal Basic Command Set (CT-BCS). This layer also
includes the support for memory cards, exposed as Interindustry Command
Set for Synchronous Cards.

The CT-API driver supports the IFD Handler interface from PC/SC, that
is required for the PC/SC implementation in M.U.S.C.L.E.

Please take a look in the included README document for further
information.

This driver only works with the serial interface version of the ECO
5000. ORGA also sells a USB version, that is incompatible with the
serial version. This driver will not work with the USB version!

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-gempc' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the GemPC 410 and GemPC 430 smart
card readers produced by Gemplus. This driver is meant to be used with
the PCSC-Lite daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-lite' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

The purpose of PCSC Lite is to provide a Windows(R) SCard interface in
a very small form factor for communicating with smart cards and
readers. PCSC Lite can be compiled directly for a desired reader driver
or can be used to dynamically allocate/deallocate reader drivers at
runtime (the default behavior).

PCSC Lite uses the same winscard API as used in Windows(R).

Security aware people should read the SECURITY file for possible
vulnerabilities to pcsclite, how you can fix them, and how some will be
fixed.

For information on how to install drivers please read the DRIVERS file.

Memory cards will be supported through the MCT specifications, which is
an APDU like manner sent normally through the SCardTransmit() function.
This functionality is done in the driver.

This package contains a driver for the O2Micro smart card reader
produced by ACS. This driver is meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite
daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-reflex60' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for the Reflex 62 and Reflex 64 smart
card readers produced by Schlumberger. This driver is meant to be used
with the PCSC-Lite daemon from the pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pcsc-towitoko' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This package contains a driver for smart card readers produced by
Towitoko. This driver is meant to be used with the PCSC-Lite daemon
from the pcsc-lite package.

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This package is based on the package 'pkcs11-helper' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

pkcs11-helper allows using multiple PKCS#11 providers at the same
time and selecting keys by id, label or certificate subject.
Besides it covers the following topics: * Handling card removal
and card insert events

* Handling card re-insert to a different slot

* Supporting session expiration serialization

* and much more All this is possible using a simple API.

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