This article describes the main features of Smart ID Desktop App.
Smart ID Desktop App
|Use virtual smart cards for securing the day-to-day business.
|Provision manage and use virtual smart cards, Yubikey and other tokens for authentication, signing and encryption.
|Store keys in Microsoft certificate store with the same use cases as virtual smart cards.
One-time passwords (OTP)
There are two different types of one-time passwords (OTP), as defined by the Initiative for Open Authentication (OATH):
|PKI-encode smart cards as part of the Digital ID solution.
Windows-related use cases, such as these:
Independently of Smart ID Desktop App, the following use cases also apply:
If you connect to another computer using remote desktop, the virtual smart card on the remote computer is disabled.
Integrate PKCS#11 clients with the virtual smart card.
Modern user interface which allows the user to:
For more information on language support etc, see Smart ID Desktop App requirements and interoperability.
Integrated into the overall Nexus Smart ID architecture for:
For more information on use cases, see Virtual smart card management in Smart ID.
Virtual smart cards have the same level of security as a physical smart card: