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Re: [Muscle] Anybody using SmartCard-certificates for mail-signaturing?
From: Georg Lohrer (musclecroxx.de)
Date: Sun Feb 19 2006 - 13:03:17 CST
thank you for coming back on my question.
On So, 19 Feb 2006, Karsten Ohme wrote:
> Georg Lohrer wrote:
> > Hi,
> > maybe I'm wrong for this question on this mailing-list, but as pcscd with
> > ccid is the underlying access-daemon for my signtrust.de SmartCard I
> > am hopefully awaiting any answer.
> This is the card from the Post. You must have a software which support
> these cards. Has the Post software for it? As far as I know not. Ask the
> Post if the card supports the DIN 66291-1 standard. If yes gnupg support
> this card with gpgsm. If not you will have no develop your own software
> to access this card. TCOS is only the operating system, it does not say
> anything about the signature application. How have you read the
I was up the gum tree with several thoughts this morning, but with the help of
the openssl-mailinglist guys the fog lifted.
And there was a problem in openssl handling some strange ASN-1 sequences in
the postal-address of signtrust.de cards thus not displaying the certificates
read by pkcs15-tool. Stephen Henson and Kyle Hamilton elaborated an file-fix
for this problem that was checked in this afternoon.
And now I can display the full certificates from signtrust.de with openssl.
So there might be no further problem doing the next step and trying to sign
outgoing mails with my MUA mutt.
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