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The portable USB tokens plug into a computer’s USB port. When users attempt to login to the desktop, they will be prompted to enter their unique PIN number of their token instead the computer traditional username-password. If the entered PIN number matches the PIN within the USB Token, the appropriate digital credentials are passed to the computer and access is granted. PIN numbers stored on the token are encrypted for added security. Together with Mango CA’s leading PKI product portfolio, our USB Tokens provide a comprehensive, scalable security solution that meets customer needs for stronger authentication, encryption and digital signatures- the best way to implement 2 factor authentication. We’ve adopedted Electronic ID Authenticate solution to offer smart card logon on stand alone computers. Made by certified security experts, the solution respects the spirit of the deep internal Windows security mechanisms and offers a user friendly interface. As most logon programs require specific smart card driver, storage facility on the smart card itself or user process authentication, this program is the only one which does the authentication inside of the security kernel of Windows: even with signature only card, your data is safe. Made by certified security experts, the progra, EIDAuthenticate respects the spirit of the deep internal Windows security mechanisms and is not just a GUI. For example The Electronic ID Authentcation is the only solution supporting natively the “force smart card logon” policy, used to secure the local administrator accounts in datacenters or to comply with HSPD-12. We know that trust is critical when implementing a two factors policy.

? Two factor authentication, such as that provided by smart cards, improves on basic passwords by ensuring that something a user has and something they know are presented before access to a system is granted; similar to taking cash from an ATM, where you must be in possession of your bank card and know the PIN.
? A user’s private key certificate information, which is stored on a smart card and used to uniquely identify the user, cannot be exported; the card will be automatically blocked after a number of unsuccessful PIN entries and cryptographic operations are carried out by a processor on the card itself. 
? Doesn’t require the user to be on-line connected.
? Reliability that is virtually unaffected by electrical and magnetic fields
? True X.509 V3 Digital Signature Certificate based authentication
? Seamless integration our delivered USB PKI token as RSmart Card emulator

? Windows 7 or 8.
? USB Port
? A Smart Card/USB PKI Token with CSP Support or a mini driver
? A local user account