Im not sure if this is the right place, but ill reply until someone say its not.
Before continuing, ill ask you to test Firefox first (where the
pkcs#11 libraries can be added from gui).
After adding the module, click on "security devices" to check if the
card has been detected and in "view certificates", to check if the
certificate inside the card is visible.
If that works, it should work in recent versions of Chrome.
Apart from the smartcard working on the browser, some sites can be
enabled to acces through specific software (or even using an specific
CSP, as in windows). Can you provide the site you are testing?
Chrome lets you choose the certificate to access, like other browsers
To append in chrome i remember i used modutil, part of nsstools, but
providing a different command:
#apt-get install libnss3-tools
$modutil -dbdir <firefoxprofile> -add "your module"
aditoinally you can add [-mechanisms FRIENDLY]
On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 9:53 PM, Howdy Doody <h0wdyd3wdy@gmai...> wrote:
> The thing is, I had copied the FF config to be used with pkcs, thus...
> cat pkcs11.txt
> that's from ~/.pki/nssdb
> However, when I go to a CAC website with the USG, it acts as though I don't
> even have a card at all. In addition, I don't even know whether or not
> google chrome has the capability, like FF and IE, to allow you to choose
> which certificate(as there are two, and you have to choose the email one) to
> Firefox, for me, is just far too bloated and I am able to use chrome for
> everything else. I just hate having to open FF just to check CAC sites.
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