I've never used smartcard technology but i'm interested in learning more. I have a CA in my microsoft domain and I was wondering if I am able to put my user certificate on a MiniSD card so I can use that to login on my workstation. If I understand correctly, the only thing that defines a smartcard is a certificate assigned to the user. Since the computers have MiniSD card readers is this possible and is it as simple as putting my certificate on the MiniSD card?
Pretty much. Smartcards are, well, smarter than that though, they actually carry out the cryptographic operations for you, and all would involve installing drivers for the appropriate APIs (PKCS #11 and
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