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    Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    With the increase in transactions on the Internet, the growing hostility of the environment and the fragility of some applications, the use of passwords does not guarantee security anymore. We must then turn to methods of authentication material. The use of cards and USB tokens is one of them. I want to know that does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader. Any idea?

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    Re: Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    To obtain or update packages PCSC and CCID necessary for the proper functioning of a smart card reader on Debian or Ubuntu
    Code:
    $ Apt-get install pcsc-tools libpcsclite1 libccid pcscd
    To use yum with Fedora packages corresponding to your architecture (i386, x64 ,...)
    Code:
    $ Yum install pcsc-libpcsc-lite.xxx tools.xxx ccid.xxx
    To test the installation back to the previous step.

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    Re: Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    To add a model CCID reader to an existing installation and operational you must locate the file Info.plist that contains the list of recognized CCID readers.a link to this file is usually / etc / libccid_Info.plist. You can locate and edit the original file must be located in a subfolder of the installation of pcsc as returned by pcscd.
    The most frequent locations are: / usr / local / pcsc or / usr / lib / pcsc or / usr / libexec / SmartCardServices for Fedora.
    Code:
    $ Locate info.plist
    / Etc / libccid_Info.plist
    / Usr / local / pcsc / drivers / ifd-ccid.bundle / Contents / Info.plist
    Code:
    $ Gedit libccid_Info.plist

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    Re: Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    You need to verify that the call functions PCSC owners is allowed by setting to 1 bit 0 (rightmost), without changing the other bits that may be necessary for some readers.
    Code:
    <key> ifdDriverOptions </ key>
    <string> 0x0001 </ string>
    Add references to your player from information collected from lsusb. The first value is the identifier of the manufacturer, the second is the identifier of the model. This information should be added in three lists in the same position, for example, top of the list.
    Code:
    <key> ifdVendorID </ key>
    <string> 0x1E0D </ string>
    <key> ifdProductID </ key>
    <string> 0x1003 </ string>
    <key> ifdFriendlyName </ key>
    <string> Neowave Weneo-Moneo </ string>

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    Re: Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    To run under Linux with the Java applet provided by mo-net, browsers should have a java extension provided by SUN
    Code:
    $ Apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-plugin
    You thumb verify correct installation of Java for your browser on the test page provided by SUN to this effect. Configurations Card Type: Select the type of card: CPU MCU (Micro Controller Unit Examples: bank cards, PKI cards, Belgian identity card), memory card (eg SIS card, most loyalty cards with chip, etc..) or automatic recognition of the correct type.

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    Re: Does Java Card require a USB CCID-compliant smart card reader

    OpenSC provides tools for managing PKCS structure (standard structure for storing key pair, certificates etc ...) I spend on pkcs11-tool, not having used. You have two tools: pkcs15-initpkcs15-tool and the first is used to initialize the smartcard and the second to list its contents etc. It is from pkcs15-init you can initialize the card, create new User Pin and insert your sensitive information.

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