Emv Smart Card Driver For Mac
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Windows users should not need to install any drivers. Drivers self-install on all Windows platforms. These drivers are for rare use on legacy Windows platforms only.Please contact us (email@example.com) before using these drivers.
To determine if your reader has properly self-installed on a Windows workstation, go to Windows Device Manager (right-click on Computer (This PC in Windows 8/10), select Properties and select Device Manager). You should see a list of devices similar to the list below. There should be a category entitled Smart card readers and if you click on it, it should show a device named Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF) or similar.
To reinstall the Windows driver, the reader most first be removed from Windows Device Manager. To do so, keep the reader plugged into the USB port. In Windows Device Manager, go into the Smart card readers and right click on the "Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF)" or other reader that may be listed and select uninstall device. Then reboot your computer/device. Windows will refresh the driver with the most recent and suitable driver. Assure "Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF)" now appears in device manager.
To further test your reader, insert a CAC, PIV or any chip and pin credit card into the reader while the reader is plugged into your computer/device. Another category should appear in Windows Device Manager below the Smart card readers category entitled "Smart cards". If you remove/insert your card from the reader, the Smart Cards category should toggle on and off.
OS X will self-install an EMV Smart Card reader driver automatically. To determine if these readers are properly installed go to: / About This Mac / System Report... / Hardware / USB. An "EMV Smartcard Reader" device should be present.
Macintosh Installer for older SGT smart card readers (.dmg Disk Image File) for Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13 (Mountain Lion, Mavericks OS, Yosemite OS, El Capitan, Sierra. High Sierra)
The SGT111-7, SGT111-8, SGT111-8c, SGT117XE-3, SGT117XE-4, SGT118-6, SGT118-6c, SGT119XM-4, SGTiall-2 and SGTiall-2c self-install and are compatible with Android versions 5 and higher. No drivers are required. Please note that not all Android smart phones and tablets support smart card readers. Contact your phone or tablet manufacturer to see if your device supports smart card readers.
Smart cards can be authenticated against Active Directory using attribute mapping. This method involves having an Active Directory bound system and setting appropriate matching fields in the file /private/etc/SmartcardLogin.plist. This file must have world-readable permissions to function properly. The following fields in the PIV Authentication certificate can be used to map attributes to corresponding values in the directory account:
As soon as the Mac is configured, a user simply inserts a smart card or token to create a new user account. They are prompted to enter their pin and create a unique keychain password that is wrapped by the encryption key in the smart card. Accounts can be configured for network user accounts or mobile user accounts.
432, SLE4442, SLE4436,SLE5536, SLE6636, AT88SC1608, AT45D041 card and AT45DB041 card viaexternal EEPROM Support ISO7816 Class A, B and C (5V/3V/1.8V) card Implemented as an USB full speed device with bulk transfer endpoint, MassStorage endpoint Built-in PLL for USB and Smart Card clocks requirement Support EEPROM for USB descriptors customization (PID/VID/ iManufacturer/iProduct/Serial Number), Direct Web Page Link, and accessing memory cardmodule. EEPROM programmable via USB interface Support software update for memory card module Support Direct Web Page Link via configuration in external EEPROM Support short APDU and extended APDU Compatible with Microsoft USB-CCID driver Support remote wake up through inserting card/removing card Support USB selective suspend Support Power Saving Mode (Using one pin to select between Normal/PWRSaving Mode)
Ensure Your CAC Card Meets the Standards: In order for your CAC card to work, it must meet the minimal requirements. Currently, there are only four types of CAC cards that can be used. The ensure you have the right CAC card for online access, flip your CAC card to the back and if you have one of the below numbers written on the top left, then you are good to go:
Smart Card Utility is a powerful app for managing and using smart cards on macOS. With a modern, intuitive interface, Smart Card Utility shows the certificates on PIV smart card slots. See all the attributes of the certificates and easily export them for reference on other systems.
Smart card technology finds popular applications in security and access control, financial transactions, medical records, loyalty programs, toll and vending collection, enterprise or single-user network sign-on and more that require secure information exchanges. Contact smart cards have a contact, or chip," area with several contact pads that, when inserted into a Manhattan Smart Card Reader, can authenticate the user and safely transfer information between the card and the host computer. Smart cards are utilized extensively in Europe and Asia, and the use of smart cards is growing in North and South America. They replace less secure and less reliable barcode ID and magnetic stripe cards to provide flexible and standard transactions and strong, tamper-resistant authentication with minimal human intervention.
Smart card technology finds popular applications in security and access control, financial transactions, medical records, loyalty programs, toll and vending collection, enterprise and single-user network sign-on and more that require secure information exchanges. Contact smart cards have a contact, or chip," area with several contact pads that, when inserted into a Manhattan USB Standing Smart/SIM Card Reader, can authenticate the user and safely transfer information between the card and the host computer. Smart cards are utilized throughout the world, replacing less secure and less reliable barcode ID and magnetic stripe cards to provide flexible and standard transactions and strong, tamper-resistant authentication with minimal human intervention.
Ideal for desktop and notebook computers without built-in readers, the Manhattan USB Standing Smart/SIM Card Reader is easily installed using any USB port and the included software and driver CD. Plug and play with Windows and Mac compatibility, it requires no external power supply or cables for a simple USB connection.
Smartcards with physical chip contacts are commonly used for security and authentication applications. The CCID (Chip Card Interface Device) USB protocol allows a smartcard to be connected to a computer via a card reader using a standard USB interface.
There is much greater variation in the extent to which standards are supported by contactless card readers, therefore is it even more important that reader compatibility is checked with the specific application.
Magnetic stripe credit cards is technology that has been in use on credit cards since the 1960s. The information stored on magnetic stripes is constant and doesnt change which is highly vulnerable to security hacks. If a magnetic card is used in a store that does not have EMV capability, the merchant will be liable for any fraudulent transactions.
ACS smart cards are available for custom branding and promotional purposes. We welcome OEM enquiries for design printing and personalization at a reasonable cost. Furthermore, customers can buy white ACS cards, which they can design by their own.
The ACS Android Library was built to support the use of various ACS readers with Android devices. The ACS Android Library is a collection of methods and functions allowing application developers to build smartcard based application in the Android platform.
Find web applications that enable users to experience the functionalities of ACS smart cards and smart card readers. These demo applications are offered free of charge. Applications require that a user have the smart card or smart card reader being demonstrated.
Find programs to help navigate or maximize the use of supported smart cards and smart card readers. These utility tools are offered free of charge. Tools can be used only with the supported operating systems, indicated respectively.
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EMV: chave mestra do emissor (Mastercard)IMK-AC (criptografia para EFT)IMK-EMC (criptografa dados EMV)IMK-SMC (criptografa dados EMV)IMK-MAC (gera o código MAC)IMK-SMI (gera o código MAC)
Cálculos de diagnósticosPIN, PVV, CVVAutenticação de dados offline (ODA)Possibilita que terminais POS confirmem a transação EMV.Exigido para transações sem contato da Visa e MastercardRequisitos de redeTCPIP, 100 Base TSuporte para PCI em padrãoPCI PTS HSM v3Segurança do equipamentoIEC/EN 60950-1 (esquema CB)ULAlgoritmos criptográficosTDEA/3DES, AES, RSA, DSA, SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-512, MACAlgoritmos de gerenciamento de chavesMestre/Sessão, DUKPTFonte de alimentação CA100 a 240 Vac, 50-60 Hertz, 3-1,5A, 150 WConsumo de energia geralmente de 45 W/66 VA, máximo de 50 W/70 VATemperatura ambiental10 °C - 50 °C (50 °F - 122 °F) em funcionamento; umidade relativa de 10-95%, sem condensaçãoDissipação de calor171 BTU/hrPeso5 kg (11 lbs)Dimensões43,8 mm x 390 mm x 249 mm (1,72 pol. x 15,3 pol. x 9,80 pol.) 2b1af7f3a8