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charismathics - the middleware company
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charismathics® has been pioneering the global identity management arena. With CSSI© we revolutionized the PKI world. With iEnigma®, we re-invented the smart card.
charismathics® has been pioneering the global identity management arena. With CSSI© we revolutionized the PKI world. With iEnigma®, we re-invented the smart card.

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Oakridge National Laboratories decided to use charismathics products as key components for their multi-platform user authentication scheme:
http://www.charismathics.com/company/press/news-feeds/newssingle/archive/2014/april/article/charismathics-delivers-key-components-for-oak-ridge-national-laboratory
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What we are doing this weekend? Chestnut roasting on an open fire, with Frosty, the snowman, when, baby, it´s cold outside. :-)

The whole charismathics team from Munich wishes all of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday season!
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Charismathics today announces the charismathics virtual smart card: 
turn your Trusted Platform into a Smart Card - not just for Microsoft but all applications, all back-ends and keeping the second factor.

For Windows XP, Vista, W7 and W8.

http://www.charismathics.com/fileadmin/files/pdf/productpapers/charismathics_pp_cssi_tpm_web.pdf 
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EMV+PKI
Yet another initiative of yet the same guys that have failed yet on any of those we heard about yet before? Or just a "hello world" after eBay acquired Braintree?

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Greetings from our team to all our friends from the Octoberfest in Munich 2013
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customer of the month: Orange Business Services
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echoed story - remember the DES discussion back in the old days and Microsoft's _NSAKEY registry entry...
Ouch. Read that story if you believe in conspiracy: a current NIST standard is considered to be weak to be NSA-backdoored:

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Remember how James Bond faked his fingertips in Diamonds are Forever? Here is what some German hackers did just alike:

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Some interesting development on mobile payments: Google admits hardly being successful with the NFC strategy on smart phones, as a wallet is not just about cash and credit cards, specifically when so much in control of participating banks. Closed payment schemes appear to be more successful so far.

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