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Problem with GIDS-Applet

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Problem with GIDS-Applet

Post by Exkudor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 4:26 am


I have a question regarding some Javacards i have here for testing purposes. I have installed the GIDS-Applet via Global Platform Pro onto the card with gp.exe -install GIDSApplet.cap -default, initialized it with the OpenSC GIDS-Tool and the command "gids-tool --initialize". Then i try to install a certificate on the card - error, Windows says "Smartcard detected. For the process another smartcard is needed. Driver for smartcard not found"

Thanks in advance

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Re: Problem with GIDS-Applet

Post by arturboiko » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:38 pm


Maybe you need a minidriver for the GIDS card. I made it to import keys from the PFX files onto the card, using the Gemalto MiniDriver Manager.
I checked his work only on Win 7 32bit. Source and driver are here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

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Re: Problem with GIDS-Applet

Post by vletoux » Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:51 am

certutil -scinfo can show if the card is recognized or not.
Please note that if a PIV applet was installed before on a card having the same APDU, Windows will try to load the PIV applet (even if not existant). The cache entry is located in the Calais registry hive.

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