How do I use a CAC reader in Chrome?

How do I use a CAC reader in Chrome?

How do I use a CAC reader in Chrome?

Test your smart card or Yubikey:

  1. Sign in to a Chrome OS device.
  2. Install a Smart Card Connector app.
  3. Install a CSSI Smart Card Middleware app.
  4. Insert your Yubikey into the USB slot or your smart card into the reader.
  5. The CSSI app should show the following status: Ready. Reader and smart card ready for requests.

Why do laptops have smart card readers?

The idea is that you plug in the smartcard to the laptop, and also type in a username / password, in order to log in. This way, you protect against single-factor authentication attacks; such as password-based attacks (keylogger, weak passwords, leaked passwords); and you protect against stolen keys / smartcards.

How do I manage Certificates in Chrome?

In Chrome, go to Settings. On the Settings page, below Default browser, click Show advanced settings. Under HTTPS/SSL, click Manage certificates. In the Certificates window, on the Personal tab, you should see your Client Certificate.

Can a server access a smart card reader?

The server needs to be able to at least issue APDUs of its choice to the card (or perhaps delegate some of that to client-side code that it generates). I am assuming availability on the client side of a working PC/SC stack, complete with Smart Card reader. That’s a reasonable assumption at least on Windows since XP, modern OS X and Unixes.

Where is the smart card reader on Windows 10?

Windows 10: Right click the Windows logo (lower left corner of your screen). Click System, select Device Manager link (upper left corner of the screen), scroll down to Smart card readers, select the little triangle next to it to open it up.

How to update scr33x USB smart card reader firmware?

1 Go to Device Manager, type: device manage r in the search box 2 Select the arrow next to Smart card readers 3 Right click on SCR33x USB Smart Card reader 4 Select Properties 5 Select Details (tab) 6 Select Hardware Ids 7 The number after &REV_ is your current firmware, if it is 0525 there is no need to update the firmware.

How to update Windows 10 smart card drivers?

Updating the Driver – Example is for an SCR-331 Windows 10 & 8.1 – Right Click Computer, Select Properties Click the Device Manager link (on the left side of your screen) Select the triangle next to Smart Card Readers