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Re: Call for prototype USB/CCID readers
From: Reindt Hans-Jürgen (reindtKOBIL.DE)
Date: Fri May 09 2003 - 14:52:59 CDT
I am beginning to develop a CCID driver.
Can someone tell me where I can get the beta drivers for CCID from
I appreciate every help. Thanks!
Walter Oney schrieb:
> We are in the process of validating our WDM driver for USB CCID
> Smartcard Readers and are looking for prototype devices to use for this
> This is a public invitation for reader manufacturers to participate at
> no cost in our validation program. If you are interested, please do the
> 1. Send a private e-mail to waltoneyoneysoft.com with your company
> name, a contact name, address, telephone number, and fax number.
> 2. We will send you a signed NDA and ask you to return a signed copy of
> the same. This is a reasonable and completely bilateral NDA that doesn't
> contain any of the overreaching clauses commonly found in such, but you
> can bail at this point if you're not happy with the provisions of the
> 3. Send us a prototype of your USB reader. Everything we learn about
> your reader is covered by the NDA and by our own professional ethics,
> which preclude public or private discussions of any aspect of your
> 4. We will send you back a report concerning your reader's compliance
> with the CCID specification. If there are problems with your reader, we
> will work with you to iron them out. This part of the program includes
> sending you a debug version of our driver so that you more quickly make
> changes in your firmware. If you already know your reader is in full
> compliance with the CCID spec, your benefit from participation in our
> program would be licensing concessions down the road.
> At this point, we are especially interested in receiving prototype
> character-level, TPDU-level, and extended-APDU level readers, but we
> will accept any and all readers that purport to implement the CCID spec.
> Walter Oney
> Consulting and Training