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strongSwan is an open source IPsec-based VPN solution. It features IKEv1 and IKEv2 keying capabilities and runs on Linux 2.6 and 3.x kernels, Android, Maemo, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X.
OpenSC provides a set of libraries and utilities to access smart cards. Its main focus is on cards that support cryptographic operations, and facilitate their use in security applications such as mail encryption, authentication, and digital signature. OpenSC implements the PKCS#11 API so ... [More]
EJBCA is a fully functional Certificate Authority. Based on J2EE technology it constitutes a robust, high performance and component based CA. Both flexible and platform independent, EJBCA can be used standalone or integrated in any J2EE application. EJBCA is an enterprise class PKI, meaning that ... [More]
Estonian ID-Card (EstEID) is a Smart Card with two X509 certificates, one for authentications and the other for legally binding digital signatures. The software stack contains: * Card drivers for Windows CAPI * Card drivers for PKCS#11 (via OpenSC project) * Cross browser signing ... [More]
This is a java native wrapper, based on JNA of some library used to access smart cards. This includes java wrappers for: * pkcs#11: in order to sign with a smartcard * pc/sc : to send direct commands to a smartcard * openct : to send direct commands to a smartcard * libusb ... [More]
OpenSignX is a document and form signing Java applet for PKI X.509 certificates. It is based on www.openOCES.org and provides generation XAdES enveloping signature of one or multiple documents supporting PKCS#11 Java keystores. Demo at labs.safelayer.com
openCryptoki is a PKCS#11 implementation for Linux. It includes drivers and libraries to enable IBM cryptographic hardware as well as a software token for testing.
Many users of Smart Cards on OS X find the missing PKCS#11 support in OS X to be frustrating, in particular for Mozilla and Java products, which do not have sufficient native support to access their tokens. This project's goal is to provide a PKCS#11 driver that uses Apple's Keychain (which in turn uses the CSSM API).
The project objetive is create demo apps that show how people can interact with Goverment with digital identifiers