2010/3/17 Jean-Michel Pouré - GOOZE <jmpoure(at)gooze(dot)eu>:
> Dear friends,
> In the event that you would be interested to implement more secure
> connections between pgAdmin and PostgreSQL using SSL and smart cards, I
> am offering 3 free FEITIAN PKI developer smart cards to the pgAdmin
> community if you would like to implement features.
> The FEITIAN PKI card works under GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
> You can apply for free card here:
> We offer the Feitian PKI smart card, which has unique features:
> * Compatible with GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
> * Supported by OpenSC.
> * The card has a real crypto engine, it is not a Java card.
> * ISO 7816 features.
> * Support RSA keys up to 2048bit.
> * Support standard X.509 v3 certificates.
> * On-board RSA DES 3DES SHA1 algorithms.
> * Both PKCS#11 and MS-CAPI interfaces to existing security
> * High performance smart card chip built-in.
> * Hardware random number generator.
> * 64k data space.
> More info: http://www.gooze.eu/feitian-pki-card
> A typical example would be using the crypto engine on card to secure SSL
> connections to the PostgreSQL server. This is high level security.
In principle this sonuds very intesting. But I take it it requires a
card reader, which is not included, to be actually useful?
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