On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 04:30:54PM +0100, Ian Grigg wrote:
> There is a device that is similar to those characteristics:
> http://woudt.nl/epass-pgp/

"If you loose or damage your token: you loose your private key and any data
encrypted to it. Because the key is generated inside the token and cannot
leave it, it is not possible to make a backup of the private key." is a
knockout criterium, though.

Also an interactive PIN entry for each interaction is a no-no, if the machine
is in a rack at the host.

H4x0rs may break in and sign a few stray blobs, but they won't be able to
steal the private key itself.

> http://www.financialcryptography.com/mt/archives/000201.html

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