Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 226790
Coolkey/ESC not recognizing DoD alternative tokens.
Last modified: 2013-04-12 15:02:07 EDT
Description of problem:
CAC is recognized, but DoD alt.tokens are not. In an earlier version alt.tokens
worked, but I don't recall the version number. Should be buried in your old
email, Bob. :)
messages snippet attached.
Created attachment 147115 [details]
As a reminder: alt.token card stock is the same Axalto card as is used for
CACs, and uses essentially the same applets as the CAC, but has only one keypair
instead of three.
Tim, is it possible to get a sample Card issued from the test CAs (or even any
I would like to make sure we can regression test against those tokens before we
release new versions of coolkey.
*** Bug 225317 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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moving to NEEDINFO: Reporter.
Tim, Please see comment #3. Thanks.
Did that with Bob Relyea. If he never got them, have him give me a buzz.
Yes, I have the tokens here in Mountain View.
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