editing the file and commenting out the pkcs#11 security provider (do not forget to re-number. The Key object only contains a reference to the actual key. The framework treats these cases the same as when supportsParameter returns false. In other words, a different provider may be selected for each initialization call. All our keys are stored in our crypto / backend, we only have an opaque handle available. Pkcs11.C_Initialize(Native Method) at curity.
The Sunpkcs11 provider, in contrast to most other providers, does not implement cryptographic algorithms itself. Instead, it acts as a bridge between the Java JCA and JCE APIs and the native pkcs#11 cryptographic API, translating the calls and conventions between the two. Engine_id pkcs11 init 0 Also check (using,.g., ldd ) that the libraries you reference can actually be loaded.
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If the CKA_ID can be determined to consist exclusively of printable characters, then a String alias is created by decoding the CKA_ID bytes using the UTF-8 charset. The Sun pkcs#11 provider uses NSS specific code when any of the nss configuration directives described below are used. For example, if the name attribute is "FooAccelerator", then the provider instance's name will be "Sunpkcs11-FooAccelerator". In read-write mode, full access is possible but only one process at a time should be accessing the databases. To install the provider statically, add the provider to the Java Security properties file ( java_home/lib/security/curity ). Any private key or certificate object not part of a private key entry or trusted certificate entry is ignored. The Sun pkcs#11 provider assumes that a token supports all standard named domain parameters. Blowfish CKM_blowfish_KEY_GEN acMD5 CKM_MD5_hmac acSHA1 CKM_SHA_1_hmac acSHA224 CKM_SHA224_hmac acSHA256 CKM_SHA256_hmac acSHA384 CKM_SHA384_hmac acSHA512 CKM_SHA512_hmac 2 CKM_MD2 5 CKM_MD5 A1 CKM_SHA_1 A-224 CKM_SHA224 A-256 CKM_SHA256 A-384 CKM_SHA384 A-512 CKM_SHA512 A Any supported RSA mechanism KeyFactory. To facilitate the integration of native pkcs#11 tokens into the Java platform, a new cryptographic provider, the Sun pkcs#11 provider, has been introduced into the J2SE.0 release. keystore none -storetype pkcs11 Here an example of a command to list the contents of the configured pkcs#11 token. Keystore " some_keystore_url " keystore_type This syntax was inadequate for accessing a pkcs#11 keystore because such access usually required a PIN, and there might be multiple pkcs#11 provider instances. Note that Java SE only facilitates accessing native pkcs#11 implementations, it does not itself include a native pkcs#11 implementation.