|To facilitate protocol verification and external
input without requiring downloads and software installs,
an emulator in the form of a web-application has been developed.|
The following "snapshot" of the emulator shows a complete [sample] KeyGen2 protocol round including:
- TPM-inspired "certified" key-generation
- Provisioning of PIN and PUK policy objects
- Provisioning of X.509 certificates
- Provisioning of an Information Card (tied to an X.509 certificate)
- Provisioning of a symmetric key ("piggybacking" on an X.509 certificate)
- Provisioning of a "property bag" for HOTP (RFC 4226) support
- Provisioning of a logotype for usage in an OTP application
- Key life-cycle-management operation
Universal Provisioning is not black magic, it is just a way to reduce costs for platform vendors as well as making on-line provisioning a viable alternative for any kind of activity benefiting from two-factor authentication.
Note that you can click on the blue links to get the actual XML data.