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This slides show a more complex rollout real world scenario in combination of usb-based crypto keys used in parallel under linux and windows and cross-browser on windows too! Good thing is - no passwords must be stored on any of the authentication systems - no passwords can be stolen! ;-)
Slides just give an overview over the overall architecture but was really working - see pictures on last slides - where the same certificate from the usb key is shown under linux and windows - still neat.
Somehow not much seems to have changed since 2004 if one looks around - could still be applied in todays environments - the basics and it's still not wide spread nowadays.
Note: Slides are historical versions from 2004, so not all shown hardware, protocols and/or drivers/software may be available or recommended for usage anymore.
Today I would prefere OpenXPKI which forked of OpenCA and is an fully independent version by now close to 1.0 release this or next year! Check it out!
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