If you use a smart card, you need to link the Chip Card Certificate with the credentials. Any certificate will work. There is no need that the certificate is issuedRead More
KeyCards are all cards which do not fall into any of the other categories. For example: MIFARE Classic and Desfire Zeitkontrol 3.14 Cards Smart cards without certificate Contactless public transportRead More
If you opt to use a PKCS #11 Token to logon to your machine, your credentials will be saved encrypted on the token itself. It is essential that you makeRead More
The new Aloaha Smart Login represents one of the most dramatic changes in the Windows logon screen, making it much easier to implement two factor user authentication scenarios.
To be able to logon via Smartcard to a windows machine requires usually the machine being a member of a domain. With the Aloaha Credential Provider that is supported but not required – you can also do a smart card logon to stand alone machines!
Now I can make my Windows passwords long and complex without having to remember them-Frank Schuster
Finally a good use for my NFC Tallinja Card-Mark Vella