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cryptoflex-tool




SYNOPSIS

       cryptoflex-tool [OPTIONS]


DESCRIPTION

       cryptoflex-tool is used to manipulate PKCS data structures
       on Schlumberger Cryptoflex smart cards.  Users can create,
       list and read PINs and keys  stored  on  the  smart  card.
       User  PIN authentication is performed for those operations
       that require it.


OPTIONS

       --verify-pin, -v
              Verifies CHV1 before issuing commands

       --list-keys, -l
              Lists all keys stored in a public key file

       --create-key-files arg, -c arg
              Creates new RSA key files for arg keys

       --create-pin-files id, -P id
              Creates new PIN file for CHVid

       --generate-key, -g
              Generate a new RSA key pair

       --read-key
              Reads a public key from the card, allowing the user
              to extract and store or use the public key

       --key-num num, -k num
              Specifies  the  key  number  to  operate  on.   The
              default is key number 1.

       --app-df num, -a num
              Specifies the DF to operate in

       --prkey-file id, -p id
              Specifies the private key file id, id, to use

       --pubkey-file id, -u id
              Specifies the public key file id, id, to use

       --exponent exp, -e exp
              Specifies the RSA exponent, exp, to use in key gen­
              eration.  The default value is 3.

       --modulus-length length, -m length
              Specifies  the modulus length to use in key genera­
              tion.  The default value is 1024.



SEE ALSO

       opensc(7), pkcs15-tool(1)


AUTHORS

       cryptoflex-tool    was    written    by    Juha     Yrjölä
       <juha.yrjola@iki.fi>.  This manpage was contributed by Joe
       Phillips <joe.phillips@innovationsw.com>  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                        September 3, 2002      cryptoflex-tool(1)
  

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