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Axalto, Microsoft deploy .NET smartcard

Axalto, Microsoft deploy .NET smartcard

A smartcard with a scaled down .NET framework will deliver strong authentication to Microsoft users, including the software giant's own employees.
Nov 16 2004 3:44PM
Twenty Years of Smartcards and Smartcard Attacks

Twenty Years of Smartcards and Smartcard Attacks

Take another look at that replacement credit card from your bank.
Jan 16 2004 4:47PM
Protecting Wireless LAN Access with Smartcard SIMs

Protecting Wireless LAN Access with Smartcard SIMs

The wireless LAN market is a niche market set to gain greater momentum.
Jan 12 2004 10:39AM
Review: Compusec

Review: Compusec

This product concentrates on hard disk data encryption. However , it does include a VPN client integration for IPCrytor VPN gateways, which is a remote access solution. Encryption may be in relation to your own local hard drive, or a specific directory or folder on the corporate LAN.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: Datakey CIP/CMS

Review: Datakey CIP/CMS

First, allow us to congratulate Datakey on a most comprehensive and clearly written set of user guides. This is an important factor for many users and yet so often overlooked in contemporary products. For those as yet unfamiliar with smartcards and tokens, this can be very helpful and save them a lot of time as they progress along their own particular learning curve.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: ActivCard Gold/Trinity

Review: ActivCard Gold/Trinity

ActivCard Gold provides the expected functionality for securing the desktop, remote network access and access to web services, via digital signatures stored upon a smartcard. Appropriate software utilities are provided to manage these functions. However, the ActivCard approach goes one stage further by adding biometrics technology to the mix.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: Authenex Strong Authentication System

Review: Authenex Strong Authentication System

Authenex Strong Authentication System (ASAS) is described as a network security application that provides strong (two-factor) authentication for remote, VPN and web access. This would appear to sum things up quite well and Authenex provides a variety of software tools to support this goal.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: DeXa.Badge/Smart Login

Review: DeXa.Badge/Smart Login

The Schlumberger DeXa.Badge is not so much a single product, more of a secure identity philosophy. Potential use of the associated chip cards could range from simple intranet/internet secure login, to a full blown certificate-based enterprise deployment for local and remote access, physical access control and other related applications.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: ePass2000

Review: ePass2000

Another USB token approach, this time from Feitian Technologies, a company based in Beijing, China. The ePass2000 product comes attractively packaged with the software, printed user's guide, a USB token (in this case the ePass2000 with 1024-bit key functionality), overview brochures and even a mouse mat. This may give an impression of an off-the-shelf consumer oriented product, but the ePass offering is actually quite comprehensive.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: eToken Enterprise

Review: eToken Enterprise

The Aladdin eToken is a small, lightweight, attractive USB device, about the size of a physical key, which can generate and store user credentials such as private keys, passwords and digital certificates within its own protected chip environment.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: RSA SecurID Passage

Review: RSA SecurID Passage

RSA is usually associated with token solutions, providing dynamic one-time password facilities plugged into back end authentication servers like RSA's ACE/ Server. But there are times when a token is not ideal: you have lease costs to consider, the server-side requirements are relatively high and inexperienced users can find one-time passwords tricky to handle.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: SafeWord PremierAccess

Review: SafeWord PremierAccess

The SafeWord PremierAccess product immediately impresses as a solution that has been well considered from the outset. Developed around the dynamic password concept, it may nevertheless support smartcards and other tokens, and even biometrics. These methodologies may be mixed and matched depending upon the needs of the enterprise.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM

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