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Re: [Muscle] Alternatives to OpenSC?
From: David Corcoran (corcoranmusclecard.com)
Date: Fri Apr 15 2005 - 08:28:05 CDT
Yes, this would also work (to write an OpenSC plugin for MuscleCard with
emulation) I was hoping to do this but have not been able to sit down for
any length of time. Sometimes I wish I were still in university !!!!!
> Sort of. But the OpenSC code now has pkcs15-emulation routines,
> which emulate pkcs15 file operations on a non-pkcs15 card.
> So if one was written to work with the Muscle applet,
> you could use the OpenSC PKCS11 that calls the OpenSC PKCS15.
> The choice of the emulation can be controlled by the opensc.conf
> and based on the ATR. (I have been working on a GemSAFE emulator
> this month.)
> > I'm wondering what happens if I use a Cyberflex card in the reader, then
> > pull it out and use a Cryptoflex reader. It seems that the OpenSSL
> > PKCS#11 engine must invoke a different PKCS#11 implementation, and I'm
> > wondering how that happens, if my understanding above is correct.
> That would work too, but at a different level.
> > -- Geoff
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