Gnuk version 1.1.6 is released.
This is another experimental release of version 1.1.x series.
Because of the incompatible change to 1.0 series, please refer new documentation for instructions of how to use Gnuk Token. (New documentation can be used for 1.0.x, too.)
- Gnuk Documentation: http://www.fsij.org/doc-gnuk/
Here are highlights.
USB SerialNumber String
The way to determine a serial number of Gnuk Token has been changed. It uses the 96-bit unique bits of MCU, but the portion for use is changed.
Upgrade of Chopstx
We use Chopstx 0.07, which supports STM32 Primer2 and CQ STARM, too.
Experimental Curve25519 support.
Gnuk can support Curve25519 (for decryption). Note that this is pretty much experimental, and subjects to change. The low level code is somehow stable, but there are no consensus in higer level. Especially, OID in the key attribute would be changed in future.
No --enable-keygen option
It is now standard feature included always. Note that it doesn't mean this feature is stable now. It is becoming stable, hopefully.