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- Subject: Re: Hardware device
- From: Jakub Jelen <jjelen@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2022 12:05:31 +0100
- To: libssh@xxxxxxxxxx
On 12/3/22 17:46, Dennis Gnatowski wrote:
I’m trying to use the library with keys stored in a hardware device to transfer file(s) via SFTP to a remote server.I did get things working using the sftp client (Linux) with the “-i <pkcs11 uri>” and “-o <PKCS11Provider=>” options.
This is OpenSSH, completely different implementation than libssh. But the usage should be as close as possible.
I tried putting the PKCS11 URI in the SSH_OPTIONS_IDENTITY option with no success.
What errors you got? Libssh 0.10.x should already have support for the pkcs11 uris.
How do I specify or pass-in the PKCS11 Provider to the library?
In Fedora, the libssh is using p11-kit proxy, which groups all the registered in p11-kit. Or you can pass the pkcs11 provider path through the pkcs11 uri.
Regards, -- Jakub Jelen Crypto Team, Security Engineering Red Hat, Inc.
|Re: Hardware device||Dennis Gnatowski <dennis@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Hardware device||Dennis Gnatowski <dennis@xxxxxxxxx>|