Release Date: 2019-11-01
Nexus Personal Desktop Client 5.2.1 has been released today.
Detailed feature list
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Plugout can use multiple third-party PKCS#11 modules
Plugout can use multiple third-party PKCS#11 modules now, as directed by the
macOS smart card app extension and PIN-pad readers
Token driver app extension for smart card integration in macOS now supports PIN-pad readers.
Flag CKA_ALWAYS_AUTHENTICATE has been added
Personal PKCS#11 module now reports CKA_ALWAYS_AUTHENTICATE flag for keys that require authentication for each use of the key.
Flag CKF_TOKEN_INITIALIZED has been added
Personal PKCS#11 module now includes CKF_TOKEN_INITIALIZED flag in TokenInfo.
macOS smart card app extension logging
Token driver app extension for smart card integration in macOS now creates extra log files in the following location:
Attach log files when reporting bugs for macOS integration.
Added minidriver PIN cache settings
Per-application PIN caching with minidriver can now be set using the
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There was an issue with Omnikey OK3821 pin-pad reader, that it could not handle PIN/PUK longer than 8 digits. This issue has been fixed.
When used from low-integrity processes, for example, Edge isolated processes, Personal Desktop Client couldn't read from the global config file. This issue has been fixed.
The D-Trust card advertised signature mechanisms that were not supported. This has been corrected.
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