T800 PKI Token

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  • CERTIFICATE BASED - PKI USB Authentication Token is a simple solution for strong authentication. Perfect for enterprise access control such as password management, network logon and remote network access.
  • SUPPORTED PLATFORMS - Windows In-Box PIV Driver (Read Only) and PIVKey Windows Mini Driver (Read/Write), Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2012, Mac OS X, Linux and Android (Read Only - Middleware Required) Windows In-Box CCID and PIV Drivers.
  • SMART CARD TOKEN - High security dedicated smart card security processor on board provides a PIV (NIST FIPS SP 800-73) smart card chip in the form of a tiny USB token. Strong RSA 1024/2048 bit key.
  • WINDOWS CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY - Load PKI Certificates Using free PIVKey Windows minidriver and admin tools from PIVKey site.
  • SMALL SIZE - Tiny keychain sized USB authentication token is only 3/4 inch long, perfect for mobile applications and for use with laptops and tablets. Fits neatly on standard sized key ring.

The PIVKey T800 provides a PIV (SP 800-73) smart card in the form of a tiny USB token. Only 3/4 inch long, this USB token is ideal for mobile applications, and for use with laptops and tablets. 

PIVKey cards and tokens are ideal for enterprise applications such as Windows Logon, Digital Signatures, Email and File encryption, HTTPS and SSH authentication. 

PIVKey supports the Windows in-box PIV Smart Card driver. PIVKey Smart Cards require a smart card reader. PIVKey Tokens support the in-box Windows CCID driver. To use the PIVKey on Mac or Linux you need either commercial Smart Card Middleware, or open source middleware such as the OpenSC PIV client. 

Loading certificates onto the PIVKey requires the use of the PIVKey Windows Minidriver and Admin tools, which are freely available from the PIVKey.com website. With the PIVKey minidriver, you can request certificates directly from a Windows Server CA using the built in Windows MMC Certificate Snap-in, or the Certreq utility. 
You can also use freely available tools to load certificates onto the PIVKey from other CAs, or even self signed certificates. PIVKey does not support loading of certificates on Linux or Mac. 

PIVKey supports all 4 PIV defined certificates, including: PIV Authentication (9A Key), Digital Signature (9C Key), Key Management (9D Key) and Card Authentication (9E Key) 

Platform Support 
Windows In-Box PIV Driver (Read Only) and PIVkey Windows Mini Driver (Read/Write) 
Windows Vista, 7, 8, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2012 
Mac OSX, Linux and Android (Read Only - Middleware Required) 

RSA Cryptography Key Size 1024/2048 

For more information see the www.pivkey.com website, or www.pivkey.zendesk.com.

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  • 5
    Effective, Convenient, Works With HP Client Security

    Posted by Nicholas W. Borgers on Jun 20th 2019

    I use this with HP Client Security on Win 10.

    I find it effective; though I dislike that it is not easy to confirm exactly what cryptography is used without installing their software; I avoid installing software with administrator privilege.

    However, even if it's RSA-1024 or 3DES/TDEA I think it's still pretty effective as a "something you have" authentication mechanism. My machine locks after a few attempts so bruteforcing that direction would be challenging, and it would not be easy to acquire the public key from my machine due to some other mechanisms. So, I feel pretty comfortable with it.