Re: How are key rings on SmartCard and key rings on CSP Container rela
From: Jack (jack_abcd76_at_yahoo.de)
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 12:16:32 +0200
but since there is only one private/public key set on the Smartcard, from
where does the CryptUserKey function get the Signature and Exchangekey sets?
"lelteto" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Normally the smart card CSP "knows" about its own smart cards, so the
> container, the certificate and the keypair(s) are all stored on-card.
> However, oftentimes the certificate is copied into the 'My' store in order
> be shown to the user. In that case the certificate properties will have
> information about what CSP (the smart card CSP) to be used and which
> container (on the card) contains the corresponding private key.
> Laszlo Elteto
> SafeNet, Inc.
> "Jack" wrote:
> > Hello!
> > On a smartcard, after enrollment, there is a certficate and a public and
> > private key.
> > When dealing with CSP, there is a CSP Container where normally a
> > and exchange keyset is stored. But how are those CSP keysets and the
> > on the Smartcard related? Are they the same, which is which ? Or are the
> > Keysets created with the SmartCard keysets?
> > Regards,
> > Jack