A property that is assigned to each smart card type by the manufacturer that identifies the version of the smart card. An equivalent property is stored on the system to assist in authentication.
See Answer to Reset.
The process of verifying a user's identity.
See Common Desktop Environment.
A form of authentication whereby the smart card is loaded with a DES key used in response to a random number generated by the system and sent to the card when the card is inserted in the card reader.
A desktop application used in the Solaris Operating System (OS).
The pane in the Smartcard Console that contains icons for various management tasks.
The pane in the Smartcard Console that contains a brief description of the category or icon just clicked, as well as instructions for beginning the task associated with that category or icon.
The pane in the Smartcard Console that lists major categories of tasks that are involved in setting up smart cards.
A unique number used to identify a user.
See personal identification number.
A type of security that works in a public-key infrastructure, involving pairs of key strings. The private-key part of this pair is stored on the smart card.
Name of the software that enables the use of smart cards in a Solaris Operating System (OS).
A plastic card that has been initialized in such a way as to allow the user to access a system by inserting the card into a card reader.
The GUI tool that enables an administrator to manage Solaris Smartcard.
Another term for the DES key described in the challenge-response authentication method.