Proposal: Personal Data Encryption (maybe SoC?)

Henryk Plötz henryk at
Mon Mar 19 18:52:57 CET 2007


Am Mon, 19 Mar 2007 01:16:30 +0100 schrieb Alexander E Genaud:

> Secondly, many banks and corporations require authentication with the
> assistance of a token. Some devices display a seemingly random number
> every minute or so, while others accept pin codes and challenges. It
> might be difficult for a third party (Openmoko) to interface with
> existing systems (do VeriSign, ActivCard/Identy and the like make
> public keys actually, uh, public?). 

I just stumbled on which seems to
provide an open interface for that sort of thing. I didn't read it any
closer but it might be worth looking into.

Henryk Plötz
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